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WWE News: Jack Swagger Suffers 100th TV Loss, Foley Remembers Warrior, More
Posted by Larry Csonka on 04.17.2014



- The Street has an article up on the WWE stock, noting that the WWE stock jumped 4% due to WWE's announcement that WrestleMania 30 reached 1 million U.S. households on the WWE Network and PPV combined. You can check out the article here.

- According to the North American Wrestling Rankings blog, Jack Swagger has suffered his 100th loss on TV. The blog tracks wrestlers records going back to 2006, and Swagger and Dolph Ziggler are the only performers with 100 or more loses. They won't be alone for long; Kofi Kingston [99], The Miz [94], and Zack Ryder [90] are right behind them.

- In an interview with The Hickory Record, Mick Foley spoke about his memories of the Ultimate Warrior. Here is what Foley had to say…

"He was an intense guy, and he was a perfectionist. His career was based on looking as good as possible. That meant eating as good as possible, training as hard as possible, avoiding anything that a normal human being might reach out to in their everyday culinary affairs."





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