What is happening this summer??
The 30-year-old confessed to IG:
[Image via WENN.]
Wrestling legend Jimmy "Superfly" Sunka is being charged with third-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter for the death of his girlfriend — over 32 years ago.
According to reports, the 72-year-old was arrested on Tuesday and sent to Lehigh County jail under $100,000 bail. Sunka was the only person of interest when Nancy Argentino died on May 10, 1983, though he was never charged.
Last year, the case was reopened after a new autopsy report surfaced which labeled it a homicide.
On the night in question, the WWE star allegedly returned to his motel room after a wrestling show to find his 23-year-old girlfriend
***WARNING: Offensive Imagery Below***
How do people think they can say stuff like this and not get in trouble?!
Zahra Schreiber, WWE Diva and girlfriend of professional wrestler Seth Rollins, was let go from her spot on the organization on Sunday after some Hitler artwork she shared on Instagram back in 2012 resurfaced over the weekend.
And as if sharing her own hatred publicly wasn't bad enough, she actually used a childhood cartoon to perpetuate her disgusting views.
But be warned, it's an incredibly distasteful photo.
Ch-ch-check out the anti-Semitic social media image (below)!!!
This is a side of Hulk Hogan we've never seen before.
On Monday, the WWE legend appeared on Good Morning America and opened up about the recent discovery of the racist comments he made in a 2012 interview.
The 62-year-old was removed from the WWE and has received a ton of backlash after an alleged racist rant in his sex tape was revealed — and an interview surfaced where the wrestler used the N-word.
Hogan asserted that he's "not a racist" and is "embarrassed" by his words. He also explained that the recording of him using racial slurs about at his daughter's boyfriend happened during a rough patch.
This is terrifying!
Late Friday night, during a WWE event, wrestler Dean Ambrose had just finished winning a match when he went to the crowd to wave and interact with fans.
With security looking the other way, a man hopped over a barrier — allegedly carrying a sharp object which some fans identified as a knife — and ran up behind Dean, trying to attack him!!
Security was able to step in just in time, but it's still a terrifying reminder of how badly things could've gone. Ch-ch-check out the incredible video (below):
He kinda had it coming!
The former Daily Show host had plenty of great moments, but probably none more memorable than when he jumped in the ring and got in on the action!
At one point during a match between John Cena and Seth Rollins, Stewart picked up a metal folding chart and hit Cena in the stomach — causing him to keel over and allow Rollins to finish him off!
We know, as RIDICULOUS as all of this is, it was still entertaining to see Stewart come back to Monday Night Raw last night and receive his punishment from Cena for the cheap shot!
The wrestler told Jon:
"You did what you felt you had to do. I understand that. So I know that you're going to understand this, because right now, I'm just gonna do what I gotta do."
He then picked up the 52-year-old and slammed him to the ground on his back!
Ch-ch-check out the outrageous moment while we all hope Stewart sticks to comedy from now on!
People want Jon Stewart to host a 2016 Presidential debate, and on Sunday night he got some practice by hosting a staged fight between loudmouths — WWE's SummerSlam!
The former host of The Daily Show showed off some prominent unemployment scruff as he entered the ring at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn!
Hey, he earned it!
Jon did a great job pandering to the crowd — though he also reminded us why he decided to retire from acting! LOLz!
But that's not all, Arrow star Stephen Amell stopped by and actually look part in a doubles match with a WWE wrestler, the appropriately named Red Arrow!
From The Daily Show to pro wrestling?!
Well, for Jon Stewart, yes! The host will be manning the screens for WWE's SummerSlam on August 23 in Brooklyn, New York!
Now that he's got some free time after stepping aside from Comedy Central, it only makes sense Stewart would take a chance on wrestling; after all, he's been there before!
Back in March, the host stepped into the ring on an episode of Monday Night Raw and settled his friendly feud with wrestler Seth Rollins, who had earlier crashed The Daily Show after Stewart playfully mocked Rollins online.
SummerSlam is going to be a star-studded event! Arrow's Stephen Amell is also going to be there, but as a wrestler! Cray!
The four-hour event will go live on WWE Network at 7pm ET on August 23.
[Image via Ivan Nikolov/WENN.]