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With WWE set to announce 2011 Hall of Fame inductees beginning this week, several names are coming forth as people who are and may be inducted. Along with Shawn Michaels and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan (the latter of whom was announced this week on RAW), Tammy Lynn Sytch (Sunny) is said to be a lock for this year's class as we noted earlier.
Abdullah the Butcher and Bullet Bob Armstrong are also being mentioned, though Abdullah may be pushed off for next year since WrestleMania 28 will be in Miami and Abby was big in Florida.
As 'Taker hit the ring on RAW, Triple H's music hit and the two men stared at each other, both pointing their eyes on the WrestleMania 27 logo.
Shawn 'HBK' Michaels has been talked about as a referee for the 'Taker vs. Triple H WrestleMania match.
-- In a recent interview on ShawnMichaels.com that we referenced earlier, HBK was asked about his final match against The Undertaker. "I was ready to go. I wouldn't have agreed to do that if I wasn't ready to go," said Michaels. "It is a wonderful job, but you can only climb the mountain so many times. I wanted to raise my kids. My kids are still young, and I didn't want to miss that." You can check out the full interview by clicking here.
-- Jake "The Snake" Roberts will be at the Viewmont Mall in Dickson City, PA on March 5 from 2-4pm. Tickets are $15 and you will receive a guaranteed picture with the ticket.
-- FightLine.com is reporting that Quinton "Rampage" Jackson vs. Matt Hamill is now official for UFC 130 in May. When UFC President Dana White was asked why they didn't have Rampage face rival Rashad Evans again, White replied, "Who wants to see that (crap) again?". The first Rampage - Evans fight was amongst the highest grossing PPVs that the UFC has ever done. You can check out White's full comments by clicking here.
-- Cincinnati native Abyss stopped by Cincinnati ABC affiliate WCPO-TV. He talked about how the upcoming Lockdown PPV is special to him because it will be the first time that his mother will watch him wrestle live. He went on to put a local news anchorman in a headlock,
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PHOENIX – He was one competitor from victory at 2005’s Royal Rumble – but Batista upended him. He was one second from basking in glory at 2008’s SummerSlam – but Batista refused to quit. He prevailed over five others to capture the WWE Title at this year’s Elimination Chamber – but Batista came and fought it away.
During some of the most pivotal moments of his career, John Cena has failed to overcome the force of just one man: Batista. Until now.
After an intense clash between two of WWE’s preeminent powerhouses on The Grandest Stage of Them All, Cena finally unleashed all manner of fury on The Animal, captured his seventh WWE Title and can once again proclaim, “The Champ … is … here!” (PHOTOS)
The victory, however, was far from assured. In the weeks leading up to the brawl, Batista successfully employed psychological warfare, worming his way inside Cena’s psyche, mocking his squeaky-clean image and trying to convince him that he could never defeat The Animal. However, just six days prior to WrestleMania, Cena crashed through a phalanx of security and attacked his tormentor on Monday Night Raw, vowing that Batista “would never keep [him] down, no matter what.”
True to his word, Cena entered the match with a full tank of gas and plenty in reserve. The two Superstars locked in various holds early in the match, intent on wearing down their opponent. As the match progressed, the two powerhouses began to trade cement-shattering blows. As a result, a hint of fatigue glimmered on each of their brows, but neither would relent. Instead, Cena kicked out after a rumbling Batista Bomb, and The Animal also escaped in the wake of an emphatic Attitude Adjustment. Finally, though, Cena would clamp down upon Batista with a savage STFU, leaving The Animal no choice but to tap out.
In the end, Cena displayed the steely resolve of a warrior, vanquishing any self-doubt he harbored leading up to the match and returning to form as “The Champ” on The Grandest Stage of Them All.