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Hulk Hogan took some time to remember “Macho Man” Randy Savage. Sunday marked 7 years since his untimely passing. Hogan and Savage buried the hatchet and were friendly shortly before Savage died.

The Rock posted this on Instagram:

“Cool update on ARMED FORCES DAY. I was able to donate an entire gym to a military base that’s very close to my heart, @jointbasephh. We held a show on this base in 2016, called ROCK THE TROOPS which became the largest military gathering on US soil ever, drawing over 50,000+ military men, women and their families. Historic and very special night. But what a lot people don’t know, is that when I was a little punk kid living in Hawaii, my grandfather (wrestler, High Chief Peter Maivia) used to promote tiny wrestling shows on this base every week and would draw a few hundred people at best. Never made any money, we lived paycheck to paycheck, but he loved supporting the military and would always love to come “work out with da boys” on the base before every wrestling show. Every week I was here. Looking back, those lean times here in Hawaii and on this base, helped shape me as a man. And now many years later, I can give back in some small way. A token of my gratitude to our troops and their families, for the sacrifices you’re willing to make for our country. And the pride in which you’re willing to make them. Enjoy the new equipment, be relentless in that gym and remember our motto.”

Cool update on ARMED FORCES DAY. I was able to donate an entire gym to a military base that’s very close to my heart, @jointbasephh. We held a show on this base in 2016, called ROCK THE TROOPS which became the largest military gathering on US soil ever, drawing over 50,000+ military men, women and their families. Historic and very special night. But what a lot people don’t know, is that when I was a little punk kid living in Hawaii, my grandfather (wrestler, High Chief Peter Maivia) used to promote tiny wrestling shows on this base every week and would draw a few hundred people at best. Never made any money, we lived paycheck to paycheck, but he loved supporting the military and would always love to come “work out with da boys” on the base before every wrestling show. Every week I was here. Looking back, those lean times here in Hawaii and on this base, helped shape me as a man. And now many years later, I can give back in some small way. A token of my gratitude to our troops and their families, for the sacrifices you’re willing to make for our country. And the pride in which you’re willing to make them. Enjoy the new equipment, be relentless in that gym and remember our motto/ BLOOD, SWEAT & RESPECT. The first two we give, the last one we EARN – Rock. Thank you to our #ProjectRock partners @underarmour, @TheUSO & @hammerstrengthofficial for helping make this all happen.

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Mustafa Ali showed off the staples on his head following his match with Cedric Alexander. He had to get nine staples backstage in Paris, France.

As of this writing, WWE hasn’t announced much for Monday Night Raw.

Announced so far:

– Sami Zayn promises to “expose” Bobby Lashley. Zayn said that he has invited Lashley’s sisters to Raw.

– The Jinder Mahal/Roman Reigns feud will continue.

– There are two spots left in the Women’s Money In The Bank match. No qualifying matches have been announced but WWE.com is teasing that at least one match will be taking place this week.

– The Seth Rollins IC Title Open Challenge is likely to continue this week.






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