LOP on Facebook LOP on Twitter LOP on Google Plus LOP on Youtube LOP's RSS Feed
News | Results | Columns | Forums

Home | Headlines | News | Results | Columns | Radio | Indy | Forums | Contact | Bookmark | Share



Posted in: WWE
Kaitlyn Goes "Behind the Match", David Otunga Promotes "The Call", Serena Deeb
By Daniel Pena
Jun 29, 2013 - 1:25:20 AM

- David Otunga appeared on Between the Ropes to promote the release of The Call—the highest-grossing WWE Studios film of all-time—on DVD, Blu-Ray and digital download. The WWE Superstar discussed acting alongside Halle Berry, the sports-entertainment organization's ongoing youth movement, former tag team partner Curtis Axel, finding a colorful coffee thermos and the clothes to match it, the George Zimmerman court case and more. To listen to the interview, click here.

- In the latest edition of Behind the Match, Kaitlyn reveals her strategy in the Triple Threat Match for the WWE Divas Championship at last year's Hell in Cell pay-per-view event.



- Former WWE talent Serena Deeb turns 27-years-old on Saturday. She is now recovered from a serious concussion suffered in late-2011 and has resumed competing for various independent organization.

See Kaitlyn's mugshot ->

  • WWE Pulls Dean Ambrose from Victory Celebration?, Note on Daniel Bryan's "Yes!" Chants

  • Reports on Ric Flair's Role as Special Referee, Recent WWE Attendance, Daniel Bryan Note

  • Paige Taunts AJ Lee By Calling for One of CM Punk's Moves, Eden's Latest Video, WWE Stock

  • Backstage News on Xavier Woods and WWE's New Stable, People Unhappy with Dark Match

  • Who Sheamus Might Drop the WWE United States Title To, Triple H Wrestling at WWE HIAC?

  • Update on Chris Jericho's Current Run, WWE Cancels RAW Event, Jesse Ventura Talks Lawsuit

  • Ricardo Rodriguez Comments on His WWE Departure

  • WWE Releases a Non-Wrestling Talent

  • Former WWE and WCW Star Gets Lead Role In Horror Movie, Fan Meets WWE Stars, Sting

  • Backstage Talk on Massive Layoffs from WWE Coming Soon, Daniel Bryan Featured on TV