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Jon Stewart is leaving The Daily Show and there's nothing we can do about it.
Sure, we could spend our days crying, but that still won't make Jon stay.
What's worse, people like WWE superstar Seth Rollins think they can do better than Jon! Last month, Seth said:
"Hell, if I wanted, I could become president. Or I could take over as host of The Daily Show for Jon Stewart and make that thing actually watchable."
Whoa! Those sound like fightin' words!
So what did Jon do?
He showed up on WWE and confronted Seth Rollins, face to face!!
Foxcatcher is one of those movies that has actors taking a real departure, in a reallllly good way.
That's why it was so sad and shocking when Mark Schultz, the man Tatum was portraying, came out saying he hates the movie and hates the film's director Bennett Miller, as we previously mentioned.
Well now it looks like Schultz is changing his tune and apologizing! He tweeted:
Well, this is a complicated and upsetting story.
Billy Jack Haynes, who wrestled with the WWE from 1986-1988, is suing the organization for a whopping 5 million dollars because he claims to have contracted Hepatitis C during a particularly bloody match.
Billy is alleging that Vince McMahon's company put wrestlers in danger by hiding important medical information and encouraging steroid and cocaine use.
What's even crazier is that
What's this we hear about a sex scene?
The Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow ensemble comedy is going to feature the WWE wrestler not only having (simulated) sex, but he's also going to be nude!
A 13-year-old from Mars, Pennsylvania is making a lot of heads turn these days — and his story is about as inspirational as you can get!
Max Lamm has had a great past year as a wrestler and student as he finished last year with a wrestling record of 10-1, kicked some major butt in a regional summer tournament, and even won his school's Geography Bee.
But what's SO inspiring about Max is that he's doing all of this despite the fact that he's blind.
It looks like the world of wrestling has lost yet another star today.
Former WCW and WWE star Sean O'Haire was found dead in his Spartanburg, South Carolina, home Tuesday morning after he reportedly committed suicide.
The wrestler's body was discovered in his bedroom by his father who immediately