Sunny Offered Porn Deal, Rookie Gets MAJOR Heat, Bryan Update, JR Gets NJPW Gig

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Sunny Offered $100,000 For Sex Tape

Although it isn’t the first time such an offer has been made, porn company Vivid Entertainment wants to pay WWE Hall of Famer Sunny $100,000 to do a “sex tape.” They also want her HOF ring, which she recently put on Ebay.

Sunny, who actually works as a “cam girl” already, says she would need more money to accept the offer.

Tough Enough Star Makes Controversial Tweet

Tough Enough winner Josh Bredl, who is now down at NXT, made a huge goof when he called the Social Outcasts faction “jobbers” on Twitter. The Tweet did not appear to be malicious, but the poor choice of words has sparked responses from several WWE stars:

Daniel Bryan Visiting WWE’s Doctors

Daniel Bryan is set to be re-evaluated by WWE’s doctors this week. This could be the final call about whether he returns to the ring or retires from the ring (in WWE at least).

As previously reported Bryan has seen multiple doctors on his own accord who have cleared him to wrestle, but WWE have been reluctant due to the belief that he is concussion prone.

One theory is that they have been holding him off to see how much buzz the recent “Concussion” movie gets. The film features a negative portrayal of WWE Medical Director Dr. Joseph Maroon, stemming from his time working with the NFL. The company wouldn’t want any negative publicity by Maroon clearing Bryan.

NJPW Announces JR Gig

Despite Jim Ross brushing off rumors that he had signed with NJPW to call their US TV show, it has now been confirmed in an official press release:

LEGENDARY WRESTLING COMMENTATOR JIM ROSS JOINS AXS TV’S ‘NEW JAPAN PRO WRESTLING’ ALONGSIDE JOSH BARNETT STARTING MARCH 4

‘NJPW’ Airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on AXS TV

LOS ANGELES – January 19, 2016 – AXS TV today confirmed legendary pro wrestling commentator Jim Ross will join AXS TV’s hit series ‘New Japan Pro Wrestling’ (NJPW) to call play-by-play commentary alongside NJPW veteran and former UFC Heavyweight Champion Josh Barnett beginning Friday, March 4 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. In Ross’ first episode, he and Barnett will call the action for matches from Wrestling Dontaku 2015.

NJPW, which premiered its 52-episode second season on AXS TV Jan. 15, airs Friday nights at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. This season features episodes highlighting matches from the 2015 New Japan Cup, Invasion Attack, HINOKUNI, Best of the Super Juniors 22, Dominion 7.5, G1 Climax 25 and more throughout the year.

A WWE Hall of Famer, Ross was known as the voice of WWE for nearly two decades, bringing his incomparable broadcasting talent to hundreds of TV and pay-per-view broadcasts for the organization. No stranger to New Japan Pro Wrestling, Oklahoma native Ross also called the first-ever, live English-language broadcast of NJPW with Wrestle Kingdom 9 in 2015.

“I’m excited to join the AXS TV team in presenting the amazing athletes of the New Japan Pro Wrestling brand,” said Ross. “I’m a major fan of NJPW and look forward to joining Josh Barnett to form the best broadcast team in the genre. Business just picked up!”

“It’s a dream to be able to sit next to the legendary Jim Ross and call the incredible wrestling action of New Japan Pro Wrestling,” said Barnett. “I’ve listened to his commentary throughout the years and I’m glad to have someone as distinguished as him to work with in the booth.”

“Jim Ross is unquestionably one of the best announcers in the history of professional wrestling. He is a true legend and we look forward to leveraging his unparalleled experience to continue to make NEW JAPAN PRO WRESTLING on AXS TV the best wrestling show on television,” said AXS TV FIGHTS CEO Andrew Simon

AXS TV’s NJPW episodes are produced by and acquired from TV ASAHI CORPORATION.

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