Interview with Nancy Benoit’s sister

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I found this on The2count.com.  I find her to be very well spoken. – Dusty

He did seem to love Nancy very dearly. We know that, unfortunately, their relationship started to get rocky at some point. When did you first get wind that things were turning complicated between them?

I lived in Atlanta and my sister asked me home almost every one of my days off. I want to be clear: Chris was not an abusive husband. But there were, what we call in the industry, though don’t often talk about, “high spots”. She had been there, in that position before, and refused to put up with it at all, especially with Daniel in their home. So I went with her after one of these “incidents” to file an order of protection.

What do you mean by “high spots”?

Yelling, screaming, name calling, shoving, pushing, breaking stuff.

Did Nancy ever mention anything about fearing for her or Daniel’s safety?

Yes, when she first filed for divorce.

In 2003, Nancy filed for divorce citing cruel treatment and an irrevocably broken marriage. She also filed a restraining order against Chris. She later dropped the proceedings as well as the restraining order. Why did she do that?

Because, like with any marriage where there are issues, they made up and wanted to reconcile, especially for Daniel.

It was reported that Daniel suffered from Fragile X syndrome and that he was being given human growth hormones. Was Daniel’s health an issue in Nancy and Chris’ disagreements?

Daniel did not have Fragile X. I have his medical records. He was NOT sick.

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RIP Paul Bearer

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From WWE.com:

WWE is saddened to learn of the passing of William Moody, aka Paul Bearer. Moody made his WWE debut in 1991 as the manager of The Undertaker and went on to become a memorable part of WWE over the course of the next 20 years.

Our deepest condolences go out to Moody’s family, friends and fans. (BEARER’S OFFICIAL ALUMNI PAGE)

This sucks. If you haven’t watched his shoot with Jim Cornette yet, drop everything and do that now. – Dusty

Delusional Hulk Hogan, celebrities have never looked like this

These are the abs CM Punk said Hulk Hogan never had.

These are the abs CM Punk said Hulk Hogan never had.

(Consider this a follow-up to Jeremy’s post.) The picture above is an ad for Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling, a link I found on Prowrestling.net. And I clicked on it, because clicking on his ads helps him make money. Upon said click, I ended up at the new “wrestling league’s” website, and while it is a nice-looking site, I can’t imagine CCW being a nice-looking show. Fucking Willis from “Diff’rent Strokes” is on here! And of course that male cunt Screech from “Saved By the Bell” plans to cash in. How long before he throws a real punch and tries to beat somebody up?! The wait is killing me! You know exactly how this show is going to go, because we’ve seen it a million times on “Celebrity Fit Club.” The only difference is, judges Hulk Hogan and Jimmy Hart are pansies compared to that black guy on “Fit Club”; he’d whomp the shit out of Dustin Fuckhead Diamond in a heartbeat. Hogan would probably try to pal up with him, Jimmy Hart will likely act as the Paula Abdul of the show… and somewhere, Vince Russo will be jerking off dreaming of making Screech the TNA champion. “Well he’s trained, ain’t he? That’s entaTAYNment!”

In other news, I would beat Erin Murphy’s guts; Brian Knobs looks like a Pound Puppy; and this is the nicest thing they could think of to say about Willis:

Although best known for his role on Diff’rent Strokes, Todd Bridges has lived and worked amongst some of the most famous and influential people in Hollywood for more than 25 years. He has survived in a rapidly changing business.

What does that even mean? “Lives among”? Yeah, he sleeps in their backyards until they wake up in the morning. He panhandles on Rodeo Drive, but no one recognizes him without his midget friend. They should just build a gallows and hang these people as they’re kicked off the show. It would be for the best. No more scuzzy Trishelle, no more songs from Frank Stallone’s saddle. -Eric

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