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Lana certainly isn’t shy. She’s the Ravishing Russian, and even though she keeps things conservative on SmackDown Live, she has bared it all in the past while posing for various publications. However, nowadays she’s keeping things PG, but she recently revealed more than she bargained for when she posted a picture on Twitter.

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Lana and Rusev recently travelled to Bulgaria, and they decided that milking cows sounded like something they wanted to do. The Ravishing Russian posted a photo of herself milking a cow while wearing a bikini, and fans quickly noticed that the photo contained a nip slip.

Fans are talking about the wardrobe malfunction and it’s also received some attention from the New York Times. However, Lana took a page out of Matt Hardy’s book when she decided to delete the photo.

We recently noted that WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley was set to undergo surgery to replace one of his knees, and it looks like the surgery was a success.

Foley shared an update on Facebook saying that his recent hip surgery has helped him tremendously, but he noticed he was still limping after the surgery which is why he decided to have his knee replaced. The WWE Hall of Famer is now on the road to recovery, and he shared the following message thanking his fans:

Hey, if you ever have a chance to talk to #WWEHOF Madusa, and she tells you something, believe it! Madusa warned me that this knee replacement was going to be painful, and the rehab to follow even worse. So far, she is right on the money!

But I really needed the surgery. The hip replacement in April has helped tremendously, it was removed so much of the pain I was in the last eight or nine years. But without this knee operation, I was going to continue with that noticeable limp, in case you forgot what The Godfather once told us you limpin’…it ain’t easy! As it turns out, my right knee has not been able to straighten for probably 10 years or more. As a result, I’ve been placing far too much weight on my left foot, every day for 10 years – and over the course of that time, it has greatly affected our walk… i’m kind of leaving to a domino reactions were other body parts or stressed when compensating for the knee injury. So, although this surgery is a tough one, It was also a very necessary one.

Thanks to all of you responded yesterday with so many kind words. They were really helpful. Have a nice day!