Ahead of tonight’s “Andre the Giant’ documentary premiere, HBO has released the above clip featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger recalling an eventful dinner he once had with Andre the Giant.
Sasha Banks Posts Lengthy Reaction to Paige Retirement
As seen on WWE Raw last night, Absolution member Paige officially announced her WWE retirement due to issues related to neck injuries. Numerous pro wrestling stars have reacted to the news on Twitter, and below is what fellow WWE Raw star Sasha Banks had to say:
— $asha Banks (@SashaBanksWWE) April 10, 2018
In related news, PWInisder.com notes last night’s Raw was Paige’s final scheduled WWE TV appearance, however she will continue to be used to promote the upcoming movie “Fighting with My Family”, and she is set to return to the next season of “Total Divas”.
205 Live Match
As noted, Mark Andrews will face Drew Gulak on WWE 205 Live tonight, and WWE.com is hyping the bout with the following:
Mark Andrews and Drew Gulak were originally scheduled to square off last week on WWE 205 Live, but Gulak asked General Manager Drake Maverick to postpone the match for a week. The reason for Gulak’s unexpected request? He wanted Andrews to fully recover from his grueling contest with Tony Nese that earned him the opportunity to face Gulak.
When Andrew faced Gulak in the quarterfinals of the WWE Cruiserweight Championship Tournament, he was met with the same aggression that Gulak used to dominate his friend and frequent tag team partner Tony Nese in the opening round. Winning by applying the torturous Dragon Sleeper, Gulak refused to relinquish the hold until the official intervened. His explanation as to why he maintained the hold was simple – because he can.
Although Andrews is determined to defeat Gulak, the Philadelphia native is poised to inflict the maximum amount of pain upon his opponents. A hardened technical competitor, Gulak will use his in-ring ability to keep the high-fiving and stage-diving Andrews on the defensive and undoubtedly regretting a rematch.
Will Andrews suffer the same fate as before against Gulak, or will he prove he can handle even the most hostile competitors the Cruiserweight division can offer?