“Sycho” Sid Eudy is back in the hospital according to a post made on his son Gunnar’s Facebook account. Gunnar noted that Sid just got out of the hospital a few days ago with heart problems. The reason he was re-admitted was not disclosed. Thanks to WNW reader Philip Thompson for his help with this.
- Sycho Sid’s son Frank Eudy won $25,000 after winning America’s Choice for the “favorite house guest” on CBS’s “Big Brother.” – When Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker tore his right quadriceps tendon against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, who is the first person he thought of? Triple H. “I’m laying there on […]
- A clip of Sycho Sid on “Big Brother” is embedded in the video below as Sid’s son, Frankie, is a contestant on the show: – Arda Ocal sent in the following: In an interview with theScore’s Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) WWE legend and current official WWE Ambassador Sgt. Slaughter reveals that he was originally talked […]
-Wrestling News World reader Shawn Murphy sent word that Frank Eudy, the son of Sycho Sid, will be a contestant on this season of Big Brother, beginning July 12 on CBS. -Wrestling News World readers Logan Walker and Antonio sent in an article on CNN Tech, which covers Doink‘s appearance on last week’s Raw Supershow […]
Dot com has a video online with Sycho Sid discussing how good it felt to return to Raw. Sid called it the greatest moment of his whole life. You can watch the full video at this link.
Sycho Sid returned to WWE on tonight’s Raw Supershow to squash Heath Slater. Sid’s appearance was part of a reoccurring theme of bringing back past talent to celebrate the 1000th episode of Raw on July 23, 2012.
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Matt Hardy is booked for Pro Wrestling Syndicate’s show on Friday, March 9th in Rahway, New Jersey. He’s advertised to face Sid Vicious. For more information on the show and obtaining tickets go to www.ProWrestlingSyndicate.com.