No, it's not. MMA and UFC are not professional wrestling. We polled readers awhile back asking if they wanted to see that sort of coverage added to PWInsider.com and the answer was a resounding no. The rule of thumb is that if it's something that involves a pro wrestling personality, then it bleeds over to the main site. The rest of the time, it's covered on XTRA, where David Tees and Joe LeBeau have been doing a tremendous job.
Whatever happened to the woman who was Muffy for Stephanie McMahon?
That was Caryn Mower, who now works doing stunts in Hollywood. She was only with WWE for a short time.
With Brock Lesnar back, it got me thinking - Have we seen Goldberg's last wrestling match?
I am sure he might say otherwise if asked, but my gut feeling is that we have. I can see Goldberg doing a match in Japan if there was big money thrown at him, but I don't think we will ever see him in the ring again in the United States. I think the time has passed, the money wouldn't be there for him and he doesn't want to do it, so it's over and done. He's moved on to other things.
With all the talk of another Extreme Reunion, how come no one ever books Roadkill? I loved his work in ECW.
Roadkill is retired. He broke his neck while signed to WWE and had it fixed and is pretty much happy to be retired from the business. He lives in Long Island and I believe handles some security-related position for clubs out there.
Who are the top three names you want to see in the WWE Hall of Fame but don't think they will ever go in?
My top three names, tossing out people who would reject it like Bruno Sammartino, are Jim Crockett, Dick Murdoch and Adrian Adonis.