Austin was eating with Wade and his daughter at Duffy's Sports Grill but got angry and left.
According to a spokesperson for The Dr. Phil Show, Austin's mother forced him to
[Image via Dr. Phil/Austi Frosti/YouTube.]
It turns out Eva Marie's suspension from WWE was about drugs, but she's prepared to fight back!
On Friday, sources told TMZ the 31-year-old's Adderall use is what caused the sports star to violate of the organization's "talent wellness policy."
And while she may be down, Miz Marie insists she's not out!
Insiders explain that the California native has an actual prescription for the pill, and is planning to appeal the 30-day punishment!
However, WWE sources tell the site that the Divas are required to disclose any medication they're on, and that Eva's prescription was NOT approved!
And even though she supposedly plans to fight the suspension, the red-haired beauty actually admitted she violated the policy in a statement, saying:
Dayum, the WWE doesn't play any games!
Over the past few days, the wrestling organization has suspended THREE of its stars for violating their "talent wellness policy". At this time, Total Divas stars Eva Marie and Paige, AKA Saraya-Jade Bevis, as well as Paige's boyfriend Alberto Del Rio, have each been suspended for 30 days.
According to the WWE's website, the talent policy is defined as follows:
This makes her already tragic story even sadder.
Police have stated they believe her untimely death was caused by her addiction to prescription medicines, and while we've heard what her friends and other WWE alum had to say about her passing, her manager just broke our hearts with his latest news.
That's because it was reported on Monday that Anthony Anzaldo had booked Chyna on an episode of Intervention just days before her death!
Apparently, Anthony and the docuseries had already set their plan in motion to get Chyna some help before she died, saying:
We're sad to see him go, but we're just glad he's going to be OK!
Sting is one of the most iconic wrestlers in the history of the WWE, but unfortunately his reign over the sport has reportedly come to an end.
Fans of the 56-year-old will remember the neck injury he received during September's WWE Night of Champions match against Seth Rollins, and, as of Thursday, doctors are now saying they do not expect him to recover well enough to continue fighting it out.
While Sting himself has not officially retired from the game, sources close to his team are saying he will make the announcement when he is inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this April.
The 25-time champ may not be able to play due to his cervical spinal stenosis, but at least he wasn't more badly injured.
Maybe he could find a career in movies like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson? Though we're not sure he could play a CIA agent with that face makeup…
We'll miss ya, Sting!
[Image via WWE/Instagram.]
This is so horrible.
Former WWE Diva Tamara Lynn Sytch, who is most famously known as Sunny, actually took it even further making an extremely Islamophobic comment in the wake of the horrifying attacks!
She posted it to her Facebook page on Friday, and though she ultimately deleted it, you can find a screenshot of it (below). The incredibly offensive message reads:
***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)!!!