Hogan Considered Suicide, Total Divas Officially Renewed, Undertaker, Richards Injured?, Miz Speaks

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- Hulk Hogan discussed hitting rock bottom in a recent appearance on OWN. In the piece, he admitted that he considered suicide. You can watch it at this link or embedded in the video below:

- E! officially announced on Monday that Total Divas has been renewed for a second season. Total Divas is the network's strongest newest original series of 2013. Click here for more.

- WWE posted a video of Todd McFarlane's statue of The Undertaker. Click here to watch it.

- Davey Richards has pulled out of his upcoming commitments with Pro Wrestling NOAH in Japan. He was scheduled to work this week (booked on shows on 11/27, 11/28 and 11/29) and on December 7, 2013 against Taiji Ishimori. Richards cites a neck injury as the reason. He worked last week's WWE NXT tapings in Winter Park, Florida.

- The Miz promoted "Christmas Bounty" in a new Q&A at this link.

  • King A sshole

    Can not wait for that statue! I already got a spot at my desk for it.

  • Dufus

    The way Linda screwed Hogan and he now has to pay her 40% of ALL future earnings, it’s no wonder he considered suicide. I didn’t like Hogan that much but I feel sorry for him now.

  • Rayner Chee-bai

    IMO he should have retired back in 2006 after his match against “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton. Randy, who’s still flip flopped from main-event to midcard, will do wonders to his career and his “Legend Killer” monicker at the time by defeating Hogan who is the all time one of the greatest legend in this business. Instead, what we saw is Hogan buried a younger Orton and only hurts Orton’s career with him involved in midcard feuds with Carlito etc after. The problem with Hogan is, he got an “Old school” mind of always in-character even outside the ring. Unlike Ric Flair who’s gimmick is a classy, glamorous type wrestler and fits no matter at what age he is. Hogan isn’t. At 60 he can’t still “Runnin’ Wild on anyone”, shaking his body then go Hulk-mode anymore because people wouldn’t buying it because it’s not believable. He’s just tarnishing his own legacy and his involvement (and overexposure) in TNA just destroys the company as much. I do feel sorry for him now nontheless.

    • Mysterion

      Sorry, but how in the HELL is it classy to be in your sixties and, on live tv, cavorting with 20 year old girls? Or turn up drunk? Or punch yourself senseless on RAW to show you’d bled the previous night? You have a very misunderstood idea of Flair. The guys a legend. But it is in no way classy to act like that on live TV.