Linda McMahon won the Republican Party convention's endorsement in the 2012 U.S. Senate race in Connecticut yesterday.
McMahon was expected to win, but the 730 to 389 vote majority was impressive over riival Christopher Shays. Shays has vowed to stay in the race and challenge McMahon in the Republican primary. Brian Hall, an attorney, who got 62 votes, is hoping to get enough signatures to also get on the ballot.
McMahon was accompanied at the convention by Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon, Stephanie, as well as son-in-law Paul "HHH" Levesque.
Goign to ahead and assume during the election HHH will spend his time burying all the other republicans in the state.
So, i think show is definetly going heel Sunday. Not just because the storyline is built for him to come in as a heel, but because we haven't had a heel turn for a good while.
Apprently this is real.
LOL LOL LOL LOL
Bye Brodie Lee
Hello Luke Harper.
This is my new favorite WWE news story ever.
"I get a call from Gregory Dark, the director. He says, "We've got a little problem here." This call is from Australia. I said, "What's the problem?" He goes, "Vince has a suggestion about the movie." I said, "Well, it's his movie." He goes, "Vince wants this scene in the movie where Kane's character pulls out his penis, and he wants it to be three feet long."
The Jaw Squad is dead. Long live the Jaw.
I just read that at shows, when the announcers come out, Cole comes out to the Kerwin White theme.
Sin Cara returned tonight.