Edge Speaks On Transition From Wrestling To Acting, Eve On Her Character Evolution, How You Can Help John Cena Fight Breast Cancer

- Edge spoke to SciFiAndTvTalk in a piece that you can read at this link where he talks about going from the ring to his role on SyFy’s Haven.

- WWE Divas Champion Eve Torres was recently in India and did an interview with ZeeNews.com. Below is an excerpt:

When we talk of WWE and India, the first thing that comes to mind is The Great Khali. How is he as a person, competitor?

The Great Khali is incredible. He is an international superstar and a movie star too. He is at the centre of attraction everywhere he goes. People are amazed by his huge size. He is a great competitor and a great kisser. I have kissed him on several occasions on Friday Night Smackdown. We have a good connection.

Your wrestling career took off after winning the 2007 WWE Diva search. How has been the journey so far?

It has been an incredible journey. It`s been almost five years. I first started interviewing superstars backstage. Back then, I was intimidated by everything.

I have been an executive, administrator and right now an assistant to Booker T. I am still a competitor in the ring and enjoy being a part of everything. I love the evolution of the character. It is necessary because when you stay in one mould for a long period of time, it becomes a little boring. It starts going in one dimension and the fans want to see you re-invent yourself. They want to get behind you.

Click here to read the article in its entirety.

- We received the following information about John Cena’s charity work:

Sunday night John Cena and the WWE Night of Champions helped host a great VIP event for the Massachusetts Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Breast cancer survivors were invited to attend the VIP event, and enjoy the show, with their friends and families. John Cena wore pink and “Rise Above Cancer” apparel in honor of this event and partnership. He also took the time to snap photos, sign t-shirts, and chat with all the fans at the VIP event.

John Cena has also created a team to participate in this year’s 20th Anniversary Race on October 20th in South Boston. Anyone can join his team, and help support all women in the fight against breast cancer. According to John, “We’ve got to RISE ABOVE BREAST CANCER and NEVER GIVE UP!” To join Cenation, please go to this link.

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