Michael Seewald took to the internet to call Josh out for being a huge hypocrite, writing:
Yikes! He continued to say that Josh essentially dragged God's name through the mud:
[Image via Josh Duggar/Instagram.]
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!
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
Woah! We didn’t even see this coming!
Pitch Perfect fans, did you know that one of the Bellas was a professional wrestler?!
Well, C.J. Perry, or as you may know her ‘The Ravishing Russian’ Lana, was all in on WWE SummerSlam, so Anna Kendrick was front and center to support her!
We could see her little head poking out from the crowd!
This is an incredible story!
Sgt. Chris Melendez was one month away from his two-year stint in Iraq being over, when he was hit with an IED explosion, back in 2006.
The blast left him without his left leg, which he saw lying on the battlefield in front of him.
But Chris didn’t let it slow him down, and within 40 days he was walking again, with the help of his prosthesis.
By 2012, Sgt. Melendez was on the way to achieving his new dream of becoming a professional wrestler, and last week that dream came true!
TNA Impact Wrestling signed the 27-year-old to a multi-year deal!
Sarge, as they call him in the locker room made his debut last Tuesday, where he won twice!
And believe it or not, he prefers to fight without the use of his leg! Sgt. Melendez explained:
“I prefer to work with it off because my agility's better, I move a little faster, I'm able to do certain things that I can't do with it on. It's actually a hindrance to have it on.”
This man is the definition of bravery and determination! We’re sure he’ll go far in the world of wrestling!
[Image via TNA Wrestling.]