Maryse granted permanent restraining order, still smokes like Camels

Hotter than asphalt in my crotch last week.

Because a few other entries on our site about Maryse have entered “Top Posts” realm, we might as well keep reporting on this: According to (by way of, WWE Diva Maryse was granted a permanent restraining order against this Lee Silber character, a guy old enough to be Maryse’s dad, who has made such offers as saying he would take her to heaven with him. I don’t know how he got the address to my velvet-encrusted bedroom, but he’s not invited.

An L.A. County Superior Court judge granted Maryse’s request for a restraining order against 61-year-old Lee Silber this morning — requiring the guy to stay at least 300 feet away from the Diva … for the next 3 years.

As we previously reported, Ouellet claims Silber has been harassing her constantly– leaving more than 50 delusional voicemails on her cell phone … and sending her increasingly scary letters, promising to track her down in L.A. and “take me to heaven with him.”

For what it’s worth, he learned of these flirtation tactics by reading John Piermarini’s best-selling book, “What Guys Do Wrong,” available on Hit him up on Twitter (@JohnAsHimself, he’ll be the douche in the sweater vest and patchy beard) and tell him Stunt Granny sent ya! (And don’t believe that “Who?” bullshit answer, either; we’re so on everyone’s radar.) Also, Maryse’s boyfriend Mike “The Miz” Mizanin accompanied her to the courtroom proceedings, probably hoping Sibler would push him since, at this moment, WWE isn’t. Wocka wocka. -Eric

Eric Bischoff calls moron a “moron”

The undisputed heavyweight champion of the Sky is Blue.

Listen to it here:–wrestling-mma-radio–covering-all-the

Since there’s no way I’m listening to all of that, and don’t expect you to either, here’s the basic gist: Some moron posts something on Bischoff’s Facebook, Bischoff calls into the dude’s podcast and calls the moron a moron, idiot inadvertently advertises Bischoff’s book. I won’t even wait to be called a moron to advertise Bischoff’s book. It’s called “Controversy Creates Cash” and is available at fine bookstores everywhere and – Dusty

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