Thursday, August 28, 2008

Brian Blair contest! Plus, a Shark Boy update, WWE rehirings, and a WWE lawsuit!

"Killer Bee" and gay rights opposer Brian Blair will be appearing at the upcoming pro wrestling convention Legends Of The Ring on October 11th. Our staff will also be present at the event to further promote our blog and attempt to gain interviews with talent. We thought it would be quite humorous to stop by Mister Blair's booth and secure an autograph on a very pro-gay item.

But what should it be?

E-mail your suggestions to: Put "Blair's Autograph" in the subject line. The entries will be compiled and voted on by our staff. Entries will be judged for humor, ability to obtain the item in question, and most pro-gay, lesbian, bi, etc. The winner will be announced on our blog and will receive a special pro wrestling prize for participating! Deadline for entries is September 7th, 2008.

Scott "Raven" Levy, Chris "Kanyon" Klucsarits and "Above Average" Mike Sanders have filed a lawsuit against World Wrestling Entertainment. The group claims WWE classified them as independent contractors but treated them as full employees. They are suing the company for “unspecified compensatory damages” over benefits they would have received as employees, and hope to extend the claim to every wrestler under contract to WWE from 2002-2008. Wrestlers throughout history have been considered independent contractors, but the three men claim that should not be the case in WWE due to being told when, where and how to wrestle, in addition to being banned from plying their trade for rival promotions. WWE attorney Jerry McDevitt told SunSport “I think the key point to be made here is that every one of these people signed contracts acknowledging they were independent contractors. They contractually agreed that they would take care of their own health benefits and all the rest of that stuff. The only step we’ve taken so far is to remove (the case to a Federal Court). Our next step, at the end of next month, is to file our response to their lawsuit. And we will be moving to dismiss the lawsuit in its entirety."

The independent contractor v employee situation has been raised once before for WWE, when they were sued for sexual harassment by former female wrestler Nicole Bass. Bass was determined to be a WWE employee under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

More information about the lawsuit can be found at:

Christian Cage's TNA contract is set to expire. He is expected to return to WWE shortly.

Mister Kennedy underwent surgery today for a shoulder injury. He is expected to miss four to six months of wrestling.

Joey Mercury announced last Saturday at a Maryland Championship Wrestling show that he and long-time tag team partner Christian York have signed with WWE.

The winner of the SmackDown Scramble match at Unforgiven is expected to defend the title against The Undertaker later that same night. Current storyline plans are for Vickie Guerrero to offer the title match to Undertaker as a peace offering. The Undertaker is also rumored to face Triple H at WrestleMania XXV next year.

Due to scheduling conflicts Shark Boy was unable to speak with us Monday as planned. We are currently attempting to reschedule the interview. In the meantime we would like to encourage everyone to support Shark Boy as well as TNA wrestling for being so cooperative in their dealings with us up to this point.

However, we here at Wrestling For Bisexuals also need your support. Please purchase at least one of the items below through the links we provide you. Doing so will give us more money which we can put toward improving our blog, giving away more fabulous prizes to our loyal readers, or just better promoting ourselves to the wrestling business. We want the voices of all wrestling fans to be heard.

Monday, August 25, 2008

WWE news

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin is expected to have a match at WrestleMania XXV in his home state of Texas. His opponent is currently unknown. As previously reported, Austin is being advertised for the upcoming Cyber Sunday pay-per-view. His WrestleMania storyline may begin to take shape there.

WWE has canceled the planned WCW Starrcade DVD.

Friday, August 22, 2008

WWE news, blog news, and SmackDown spoilers

I will be posting SmackDown spoilers at the end of this entry. Those of you who want to be surprised have been warned. Now, onto the news!

Gail Kim is officially returning to WWE. Sid Eudy (Psycho Sid, Sid Vicious, etc.) is also rumored to soon be signing a contract.

Raw brand General Manager Mike Adamle has begun pro wrestling training. It is currently unknown who his first opponent will be.

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin is expected to be a part of WWE's Cyber Sunday pay-per-view.

I am proud to announce that we will be speaking with TNA's SHARK BOY this Monday. It is through the continued support of our loyal fans that we are able to promote ourselves and get granted such interviews. Please continue to spread the word about our blog, and perhaps more importantly, continue to buy items that we link you to. Our good friends at Amazon have great prices, and your support will ultimately help us continue to entertain and inform you.


Vickie Guerrero apologizes to the crowd for her affair with Edge. She announces a WWE title Scramble at Unforgiven with two qualifying matches taking place tonight.

Maria defeated Natalya via disqualification after interference from Maryse.

Brian Kendrick won a ten-man Battle Royal to qualify for
the WWE Title Scramble at Unforgiven.

Another R-Truth promo aired.

MVP defeated Festus via countout to qualify for the WWE title Scramble at Unforgiven.

Shelton Benjamin defeated Finlay to qualify for the WWE Title Scramble at Unforgiven.

Jeff Hardy defeated The Great Khali to qualify for the WWE Title Scramble at Unforgiven.

Triple H cuts a promo on what he thinks of his opponents at Unforgiven. Kenny Dykstra interrupts and is pedigreed.

La Familia came out and called out The Undertaker. Vickie Guerrero begged for forgiveness. The Undertaker said he came out for their souls. La Familia took out The Undertaker as Vickie left to the back. It ended with Undertaker taking them all out. He posed in the ring afterwards. The taping is believed to end with The Undertaker taking out La Familia.

Monday, August 18, 2008

SummerSlam results

Undertaker defeated Edge in a Hell in a Cell match.
WWE Champion Triple H defeated The Great Khali.
World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk defeated JBL.
Matt Hardy defeated ECW Champion Mark Henry by disqualification.
Batista defeated John Cena.
Montel Vontavious Porter def. Jeff Hardy.
Chris Jericho interrupted Shawn Michaels' "retirement" announcement
Santino Marella is the new Intercontinental Champion and Beth Phoenix is the new Women’s Champion after defeating Kofi Kingston and Mickie James in a Winners Take All match.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Jeff Hardy suffers questionable injury

Jeff Hardy was said to have suffered a broken neck Tuesday night when he missed an appearance at Best Buy, but there was no indication of Hardy suffering an injury in his SmackDown match with Shelton Benjamin. Reports say Hardy arrived at the arena Tuesday with fluid in his elbow that wouldn't drain well. He was pulled from weekend house shows but is still scheduled to face MVP at SummerSlam. No announcement was made at the house shows concerning Hardy's inability to appear. Cody Rhodes and Ted Dibiase Jr. replaced Hardy at the Best Buy appearance.

Friday, August 15, 2008

More WWE releases; changes in booking.

Here is the full list of WWE's talent releases as of press time:

Ric Flair
Jonathan Coachman
Braden Walker
Shannon Moore
Nick Patrick
James Curtis
Big Daddy V
Chad Evans
Brad Attitude
Matt O'Neal
Stevie Richards
Wes Adams
Robbie McAllister
Rory McAllister
Colin Delaney

WWE's booking team has changed their booking style. They are now going to be building everything around constant swerves. Also, Freddy Prinze Jr will work under Michael Hayes on Smackdown.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Heenan in bad shape; Carlito unhappy (again)

Bobby "The Brain" Heenan's health is said to be rapidly deteriorating. The WWE Hall of Famer has been in a Tampa, Florida hospital since December. One source believes Heenan will not live another month. He remains unable to speak and still in need of surgeries after being brought out of a medically-induced coma last January. Keep him in your thoughts and prayers.

Carlito is said to once again be unhappy with WWE management. He has yet to debut on the SmackDown brand since being drafted there several weeks back.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Randy Orton re-injured, Batista unhappy

Batista admitted to SLAM Wrestling that he is unhappy with his current storyline heading into WWE's SummerSlam. "It's one of those things where, personally I like the long, drawn-out storylines. The buildups to big matches where Triple H and I are the perfect example. We had such a buildup for our match. Cena and I being in such a marquee match, I really wish the buildup had been allowed. I think a match like that deserves the fan's emotional investment. It's way too soon," he said.

Randy Orton has been re-injured in a motorcycle accident. He is now expected back in November. In related news, Orton told Eurogamer that he believes video games should feature more violence. "Violence sells. I want to see more violence in games - the more blood the better... [Some parents who worry about video games] don't know their kids are watching South Park. The violence [in Goodfellas] is against human beings. There's rape in movies - you see all kinds of fucked up shit on film." For the record, Orton owns an XBox 360 and a Nintendo Wii.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Walter "Killer" Kowalski

Wrestling legend Walter "Killer" Kowalski has suffered a massive heart attack, but recent reports state that his condition has improved at the hospital. Keep him in your thoughts and prayers.

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Kennedy update

Mister Kennedy's injury appears worse than originally reported. Kennedy states on his official site that he could be out with the injury four through six months.

Friday, August 8, 2008

Other wrestling news

In other wrestling news:

Ric Flair's wife Tiffany has filed for divorce. Flair, who recently parted ways with WWE shortly after his financial company went under, has begun taking independent bookings for $15,000 per appearance. These appearances are all in non-wrestling roles.

Former WWE wrestler Al Snow is being stalked via his MySpace page by a girl named Ania Dalessio. Snow asks that his fans/MySpace Friends report Dalessio should she contact them in an attempt to get to Snow. The Blue Meanie alleges that Dalessio has threatened Snow's fiance and threatened to kill Snow's dog in the past. Dalessio's MySpace page can be found at: The official Al Snow MySpace page is:

In Ring Of Honor news,
Mark Briscoe's wrist injury is healed. He will compete on the 8/15 ROH show in Cleveland, Ohio. Also, fans can get a 30-35% discount off their next order at during this weekend only. New DVD's will be available for the sale.

WWE releases more talent

World Wrestling Entertainment has confirmed the releases of several wrestlers. Shannon Moore, referee Nick Patrick, Nunzio, Domino, James Curtis, Big Daddy V and Braden Walker were all released from their contracts. Additionally, Mick Foley has confirmed that he will most likely not be renewing his contract after it expires on Sept. 1st. More WWE releases are expected to be announced shortly.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008


Mick Foley did not appear at the SmackDown/ECW TV taping last night. Whether he's done with WWE or just selling the injury from last week is yet to be known.

Mister Kennedy injured his shoulder on Raw this week. He's only expected to miss a few weeks of action.

Monday, August 4, 2008

BREAKING NEWS: Two WWE personalities leaving!

Ric Flair has officially parted ways with World Wrestling Entertainment. Mick Foley's contract is set to expire soon. Unless he re-signs, SummerSlam will likely be his last date with the company.

New Column!

We are Wrestling For Bisexuals are proud to announce the addition of a new column, which you can read below. Feel free to leave comments for our newest staff member, and everyone enjoy Raw tonight.

by Morning Starr

It's a dark and stormy night as I cyber-pen my first column. Literally! It's raining buckets of hardcore acid rain outside.

By the way, I'm Morning Starr. I'm not only female, but I'm your new bisexual woman's columnist. Whenever I feel like it, I'll profile a female wrestling personality here on Wrestling For Bisexuals in a way that I hope will be unique from other wrestling Web sites.

Today, I'm extremely happy to share my first column with you about a woman who was born the 12th of January, 1962 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. A woman who for many years would be called Gertrude by her family and friends, but the rest of the world got to know this wonderful woman by other names.

We few, proud women dog-tired of seeing overrated, untalented bimbos flaunting thier silicone assets and little else appreciate the 5'6'' beauty's vicious mat techniques and tenacious managerial skills. We have our own name for perfection.

We call her Luna Vachon.

Luna's gravely voice-a feminine homage to her uncle (and favorite wrestler) Mad Dog Vachon-and chiseled body that was better than most males made her a zillion times sexier than if she was bisexual or lesbian. And the fact that she could Luna Bomb anyone, female or male. According to Luna herself, her favorite match ever was a steel cage match versus Stevie Richards in ECW, which of course she won. Most people were shocked that a man would have a steel cage match with her, but I wasn't. I knew she could mop the ring with Stevie's sexily tattered rent-boy jean daisy dukes and that she'd probably do it with a fistful of his Coca-Cola auburn-hued hair. She'd probably be laughing the whole time she did it, too!

Luna was lucky being a wrestling baby. She got to train on the road with her uncle and father. Her family supported her dreams enough to let her spend her formative wrestling years with her aunt, Vivian Vachon, until she garnered the attention of The Fabulous Moolah and got to perform in many matches for her all-women's promotion. Then, sometime in the mid-80's whilst she was in Florida, she hit a heat wave when she became one of the Daughters Of Darkness, tag teaming with (Winona Little Heart) Lock. It was one of Kevin Sullivan's crazier marketing angles that both women sold very well. Wearing harlequin black and white ring attire along with shaving half their heads and pulling thier bi-polar ring attitudes, they really garnered the attention of the fans. That's also when they kicked off thier "Satanic" stable angle, which included Fallen Angel (the late Nancy Sullivan a.k.a. Woman), Kharma (Gene Lewis-Petit), Maha Singh (Bob Roop) and Purple Haze (Mark Lewin).

Luna took a while off when she was in her early 20's, eventually returning for a three-year tour of Japan where she was managed by her father, Butcher Vachon. The next long stint she'd take off from wrestling would be due to the fact that she got married.

In real-life she was married to "The Vampire Warrior" a.k.a. "Gangrel" (David Heath), though she only got to briefly work with him in ECW and the WWF. Becoming a born again Christian and deciding to distance herself from the whole "Satanistic" image that she and her then-husband eschewed would explain why they eventually parted ways, but it doesn't make Luna any less of an inspiration to all of her fans.

Her love of the sport has never faltered, though fan interest in her has ebbed and flowed. Enough so that she was never really a staple in any promotion for a very long time. She was with the WWF on and off, most notably at WrestleMania X where she tag-teamed with on-screen romantic interest Bam Bam Bigelow against Doink and Dink the Clowns. Luna's team won. Later, Luna helped Sable (Rena Mero) through her starter matches. It was one of the only times I remember asking what they'd done to my brave, strong Luna? I was so excited when I realized the WWF was staring up their Woman's division again, then so horribly let down when it dawned on me that it was just another reason for gratuitous T and A. Everyone, no matter their orientation, can appreciate attractive Beef Cake or Cherry Pie. But NOT when you want to see actual WRESTLING matches that you've shelled out hard earned money for. Instead we were forced to see Luna sell and job to Sable. No matter how big of a crush I have on her, I still don't want to see real athletes like Luna, Ivory, Tori and Medusa in any degrading Evening Gown, Lingerie or Swimsuit Matches.

The latter Luna notoriously protested, refusing to take her gown off on the grounds she was extremely unhappy with the marginalization, degradation, objectification and sexualization of the WWF's Woman's division. That was a low time in her life, and for the fans of woman's professional wrestling, to see it turned into a cream-puff side show that was supposed to entice instead of dazzle and excite. Never afraid to say exactly what was on her mind, Luna supposedly managed to get herself into quite a few spots of trouble backstage with management, which usually lead to her untimely suspensions or unfortunate releases from her contract. Her comfort with saying what she thought with ease might explain why she always thought being a heel was more fun. She never necessarily wanted things pitched at her, but she loved seeing the audience participation in response to her actions in and out of the ring. Even if it was a messy compliment, it proved she suceeded in doing a job well done if she could incite a grown man to chuck his expensive mini-barrel of beer at her.

In late 1997, Luna decided to manage the controversial cross-dressing wrestler Goldust, and even helped him through one of his more complicated angles as The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust (which was a satirical poke at the pop music icon Prince). Luna helped Goldust mimick various opponents and cultural icons, which inevitiably meant he just dressed like that person and tacked "-dust" onto the end of the person's name and did outrageous parodies of them. "Sabledust" and "Hunterdust" were particularly amusing.

All in all, it goes without saying that Luna Vachon is a complex athlete that's brought woman's wrestling to new levels just by showing up in the ring and opening her mouth. Not to mention being accomplished enough to actually take home the USWA Woman's title, Florida Woman's Federation title and two Woman's Wrestling Tag Team titles before becoming the first female wrestler to be featured as a playable character in a WWF video game.

Six months after she became the first Great Lakes Championship Wrestling Ladies champion, Luna successfully defended her title in a match versus Traci Brooks and was able to retire the champion the 7th of December back in 2007.

So just what is one supposed to say when they're exposed to a woman this phenomenal?

How about this?

When I say "Eclipse Diving Splash?"

You say "Daughter Of Darkness!"

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