– In this video, Smash of Demolition talks about his former WWE gimmick, The Repo Man. Smash says he and Vince McMahon came up with the gimmick, which was supposed to be a big time babyface. Smash says it never got to the point where he could turn face and that’s why he quit the company.
– Jonathan Coachman has confirmed that the newly returned Seth Rollins will join him on this week’s WWE “Off The Top Rope” segment on ESPN. The comeback interview will go down Tuesday night at 9 p.m. ET.
– Both Seth Rollins and WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte made this year’s Sports Illustrated “Fittest 50” lists this year. Charlotte came in at #24 on this year’s list of most fit female athletes, while Rollins also came in at #24 on the men’s list.
Below are their official bios for the SI Fittest 50 2016:
“Ashley Fliehr, aka Charlotte Flair, has athletic abilities that extend well beyond WWE. She competed internationally in gymnastics for seven years; won three cheerleading national championships, played volleyball and basketball and did swimming, diving, ballet and track and field. Fliehr uses everything from kettlebells to pull-up bars and more to sculpt her physique.”
“Colby Lopez, better known by his ring name Seth Rollins, is one of WWE’s top stars and an all-around freak athlete. He suffered a knee injury in November but has been rehabbing for months to return, using tools such as the SkiErg (a machine that mimics Nordic skiing movements), the rowing machine and, of course, some heavy weights.”