Seth Rollins Comments On Jon Stewart
WWE Superstar Seth Rollins commented on “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart again, following his video challenge to meet him at WWE Fast Lane this Sunday.
Stewart and Rollins have been trading back-and-forth insults, stemming from when Rollins said he could take over hosting The Daily Show. Rollins made the comments on RAW, saying Stewart was a terrible host and it was good that he was stepping down as host this year.
Rollins posted the following to Twitter:
Ya know if Jon Stewart doesn’t have the guts to make his way to me I’m certainly not opposed to meeting him on his turf too. @TheDailyShow
— Seth Rollins (@WWERollins) February 20, 2015
Parliament Backs Grado
According to STV Glasgow, thirteen members of Scottish Parliament have endorsed a motion to allow Impact Wrestling and British Boot Camp star Grado to continue using Madonna’s “Like A Prayer” as his theme song.
The #SayYesMadonna movement has garnered a lot of mainstream attention this week, all in effort to get Grado to continue using his entrance theme. The motion states:
That the Parliament supports the campaign launched by the North Ayrshire-based professional wrestler, Graeme Stevely, AKA Grado, to allow him to continue using his signature entrance theme, Like a Prayer, by Madonna; recognises that the current Pro Wrestling Elite Heavyweight Champion, Grado, is due to compete in the SSE Hydro against the veteran American wrestler, Al Snow, later in 2015; understands that this match was due to be shown live on US television, complete with Grado’s now famous crowd-pleasing entrance, but that shortly before this deal was concluded, the management team for Madonna denied use of the song; understands that the campaign mounted by Grado is gaining momentum and is now top of the trending list on UK Twitter, and considers that, due to the strength of public feeling, Madonna and her management team should indeed say Yes, grant use of the song and let a new US audience witness the celebrated Grado entrance.
Grado is scheduled to face Al Snow on tonight’s US broadcast of Impact Wrestling on Destination America.