Renee Would Wrestle, Sasha As A Fan, Ambrose Talks Terry Funk, Wyatts Open NYSE

Renee Young

Renee Young Would Do A Storyline

In a recent interview with the Miami Herald Renee Young said she would be happy to wrestle in a storyline if the opportunity ever presented itself:

“I’d definitely be open to the idea of doing a storyline in some capacity. I think it would be so fun to jump in there and do something like that. If that opportunity came along, I would go with it, but I think WWE has other things in mind for me.”

Sasha Banks Then and Now

To commemorate her match at Wrestlemania, Sasha Banks shared some pictures of herself just a few years ago when she attended as a fan:

Ambrose Discusses Funk Segment

In a recent interview with The Law Dean Ambrose discussed getting to do the segment with Terry Funk on RAW:

“Yes, it was very cool. Terry Funk is a legend and he’s a real pro wrestler, one of the greatest pro wrestlers ever. For a guy walking into WWE today, he probably had no idea what was going on and was like what is all this crap? But that red light goes on, he just becomes Terry Funk. He’s Terry Funk 24/7 and that’s what I love about him. He’s been the real deal, his whole life. He can talk circles around anyone in the freakin’ company today so, just to have a real outlaw cowboy in the room for five minutes was great. I said to all the camera guys, you see that? That’s how it’s done. That’s the real deal right there.”

“I tend to get a lot of love from the old school guys. I think they get a kick out of me because I’m an old school guy. I’m staying old school, I was brought up that way. I just have a different mindset than a lot of people probably and I think they see a little bit of what pro wrestling used to be when they see me. I had a personal conversation with him, something I wouldn’t share with you, that’s between us. Just to do that makes me feel good, makes me feel like I’m on the right track, I’ve done things my way. It’s definitely very cool.

“I don’t think I look at goals the same way as other people. I don’t think I look at what I want to do in the ring the same as other people. In Toronto, a couple of weeks ago, I wrestled Triple H, it was very cool to me because it was a lower-key situation, a bare-bones situation, it wasn’t all the bells and whistles and the sparks and crap. It was just a more intimate arena at Ricoh, a bare set, just a ramp. I showed up to the building at 6 o’clock, you had two dudes, he’s an old school kind of guy too and I shared the ring with him. It was just two guys working, two guys wrestling, just feeling it and doing it old school style. Having that classic style match that you don’t really get to do anymore because now we’re out there doing TV style stuff. Now it’s sports entertainment. To be able to travel back in time and take everyone on a retro night, it was like retro night. This is what it would be like if it was still pro wrestling. Just for one night, we’re going to turn the clock back and I was so happy to be able to do that.”

Wyatts Ring Stock Exchange Bell

In a bit of a bizarre moment the Wyatt Family rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange this morning:

#TheWyattFamily open the New York Stock Exchange!

Posted by WWE on Tuesday, March 29, 2016