The wrestling world is an interesting place. It’s a place full of fun stories and fun facts.

Today you’re going to learn a little but more about your favorite wrestlers and their careers.

Here are 3 random wrestling facts.

1. Randy Orton Once Used CM Punk’s Entrance Music

Before CM Punk used “This Fire Burns” Randy Orton tried it out to see how it fit. Check it out in the video above. What do you think? Who used it better?



2. Yoshi Tatsu Once Beat Up Sheamus?


Don’t think Yoshi Tatsu can beat up Sheamus? Think again.


So, back when Yoshi Tatsu, Sheamus and Ted DiBiase Jr. were all in WWE’s Florida developmental territory, the three grapplers lived together in some type of wacky sitcom-ready situation. But all was not well in the household, as Sheamus reportedly had a problem with using other people’s things without permission. One day, Tatsu and DiBiase had enough and confronted the Celtic Warrior, catching him redhanded with one of their protein mixers. Sheamus got heated and hurled the mixer at Tatsu.

Now, the story goes that on account of Tatsu’s training in the New Japan Dojo and the fact that he is “very good with his hands,” the Japanese wrestler caught the protein mixer in the air (we like to think it was only centimeters away from DiBiase’s horrified, helpless face). Then, Tatsu allegedly stomped across the kitchen and proceeded to open up a can on Sheamus, with some reports even characterizing the beating as bad enough to elicit tears from the future WWE Champion.


3. Roddy Piper Has Never Competed At Summerslam

Photo: WWE
Photo: WWE

After 26 years of Summerslam being a marquee event for the WWE you would think that Roddy Piper would have competed at quite a few but the sad fact is that he has never had a match at Summerslam. Not only that but Roddy is arguably one of the greatest wrestlers to never hold the world title. Oh well who needs titles and Summerslam when you can rock a kilt and smash a coconut over Jimmy Snuka’s head.



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  2. It’s taken more than a year for Joseph and Jane Clementi to speak publicly about their son, Tyler. The 18-year-old Rutgers University freshman committed suicide by jumping off the George Washington Bridge in New York. He didn’t leave a note or any explanation of why he took his life. But the Clementis, believe cyber-bullying may have played a part in their son’s tragedy. And now, they are devoting their lives to trying to prevent other parents from suffering their pain.

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  6. National exit polls from both the 2000 and 2008 elections show that Mr. Clinton’s and Mr. Bush’s records, while not a determining factor, did influence a large segment of voters. In 2008, 51 percent of respondents said they strongly disapproved of Mr. Bush’s handling of his job, and 82 percent of those voters cast their ballots for Mr. Obama. In 2000, 44 percent of voters said the Clinton-era scandals were at lease somewhat important to their vote. Beyond those numbers, the fear of a de facto third Clinton or third Bush term could be found in the candidates themselves. 2000 Democratic nominee Al Gore and 2008 Republican nominee John McCain almost never campaigned alongside the incumbent presidents.

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  8. Around 2004 or 2005, the CIA fired two female officers for having unreported contact with Israelis. One of the women acknowledged during a polygraph exam that she had been in a relationship with an Israeli who worked in the Foreign Ministry, a former U.S. official said. The CIA learned the Israeli introduced the woman to his “uncle.” That person worked for Shin Bet.

  9. The 10th International Day against the Death Penalty was observed two days ago, and the experts said they were “appalled” that this event has been overshadowed by an increase in the number of executions in Iran.

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  11. In one camp are the president and his Islamist allies, including the Muslim Brotherhood and more hard-line groups. Morsi supporters accuse Mubarak loyalists of being behind the protests, aiming to overturn last year’s election results, just as they argue that remnants of the old regime have sabotaged Morsi’s attempts to deal with the nation’s woes and bring reforms.

  12. That could be key for Republicans, given how unenthused their base seems so far: A recent showed voters are less excited about the current GOP candidates than they were about their 2008 choices. On top of that, turnout in several of this year’s primary elections compared to Republican turnout in 2008 contests.

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  14. STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: June 11, 2007NASA’s Mission Management Team decided today to extend the shuttle Atlantis’ mission by two days and to add a fourth spacewalk Sunday. That will give the astronauts enough time to complete their space station assembly tasks and fix a pulled-up insulation blanket on one of the ship’s aft rocket pods. Flight controllers plan to make a decision Tuesday on whether to add the blanket repair to the third or fourth spacewalk.”Based on our analysis today, we have upped our desire to fix this,” said John Shannon, chairman of NASA’s Mission Management Team. “We were looking at flight history, saying this doesn’t look like a big deal. Then you go look at your analysis tools and say hey, I could really damage the top surface of my structure and I sure don’t want to do that. So let’s go have a good effort to repair it before we come home.”Landing at the Kennedy Space Center now is targeted for around 1:54 p.m. on June 21. This illustration shows a possible scenario of using the shuttle’s robot arm to move a spacewalker in reach of the blanket for repair. Credit: NASAThe protruding insulation was spotted by the shuttle astronauts during a routine post-launch payload bay survey using the shuttle’s robot arm. A camera on the arm spotted a triangular 4-inch by 6-inch corner of a two-inch-thick insulation blanket that was sticking up and bent back. Engineers later concluded air rushing over the rocket pod during the shuttle ‘s climb out of the lower atmosphere worked its way into a corner or seam and peeled the blanket back.The concern is that hot air during re-entry could damage the underlying graphite epoxy structure of the left-side Orbital Maneuvering System rocket pod. During the 15 minutes or so of peak heating, the temperatures on the OMS pods reach 700 to 1,000 degree Fahrenheit. While engineers do not view this as a life-or-death sort of problem – shuttles have safely returned to Earth with much more serious OMS pod damage – there are enough unknowns to prompt caution.”We have limitations in our ability to analyze this,” Shannon said. “You’re going to have a temperature that exceeds that top face coat capability. How long it would take to completely erode is very questionable, no one could give me that answer. So the right answer here, the better part of valor, was to go and put it down and secure it.”At the extreme altitude of peak heating, there is little aerodynamic pressure, Shannon said, and simply folding the corner back down and tucking it in might be sufficient. Engineers are still assessing techniques for securing the blanket if necessary.Engineers used post-Columbia software to model what might happen if the blanket ripped away during the later stages of the descent, when the airflow is stronger, and concluded it would not hit the shuttle.As it turns out the material used in the blanket will make the fix relatively straight forward.”If you take this blanket and you pull it up like the wind is hitting it, it’ll stay up like that,” Shannon said. “It’s got some memory. But when you push it back down, it stays down. That’s something we’re kind of counting on. We think the astronauts will be able to go out there and just push this right back down. They’re working right now different ways to attach it to the blanket that’s laying beside it or maybe to attach it to the tile face that’s in front of it.”The repair work is expected to take 90 minutes to two hours to complete. An astronaut, his feet anchored to an extension on the end of the shuttle’s robot arm, will be maneuvered back to the left-side OMS pod and push the flap down.It may be possible to attempt the repair during the crew’s third spacewalk Friday, but that would require a major push to complete the procedures in time.By adding a fourth spacewalk, mission managers can preserve their options for dealing with the blanket and any problems that might develop later this week when flight controllers attempt to retract the P6-2B solar array.The P6 arrays provided the initial power to U.S. modules during the early phases of construction. Now, P6 needs to be retracted, moved out to its permanent location on the left end of the station’s main solar power truss and re-extended.Shuttle astronauts ran into major problems retracting the P6-4B solar blanket last December and the Atlantis astronauts may have similar problems with the P6-2B wing that is still extended. Flight controllers will begin retraction procedures Wednesday and astronauts Steve Swanson and Patrick Forrester will be standing by to assist if necessary.Additional P6-2B retraction time is built into a third spacewalk Friday. With the decision to fix the pulled-up blanket, NASA managers opted to add a fourth spacewalk to ensure enough EVA time is available to handle the repair and any problems that might crop up during the P6 retraction.”It was a very easy decision,” Shannon said.He added that engineers have completed their initial assessment of Atlantis’ nose cap, wing leading edge panels and heat shield tiles and found no other issues that require any attention.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:SUNDAY’S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:SHUTTLE CREW WELCOMED ABOARD STATION VIDEO:ATLANTIS DOCKS WITH THE SPACE STATION VIDEO:WATCH THE RENDEZVOUS BACKFLIP MANUEVER VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 2 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:SATURDAY’S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:INSIDE MISSION CONTROL DURING LAUNCH VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: VIEW FROM COMPLEX 41 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD PERIMETER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: THE VAB ROOF VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: THE PRESS SITE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: UCS-23 TRACKER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD FRONT CAMERA VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: CAMERA AT THE BEACH VIDEO:LAUNCH OF ATLANTIS! 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