Here is your Fight Size update for the morning of June 15.
- WWE released a video looking at Charlotte Flair driving the pace car at the Coca-Cola 600. You can watch her experience in the video above.
- PCO did a AMA on Reddit. You can view the entire thread by clicking here. Here are some highlights:
On being criticized for taking big bumps at his age: “It’s got nothing to do with age … those bumps don’t hurt me … I do things that other wrestlers cannot do and that’s what makes my style unique and original. That’s who I am as a person… I don’t know why I am like that … I can drink 12 cans of Redbull and sleep tight at night.”
On his favorite thing about his comeback: “Finally getting to be myself NOT HUMAN in a way that all my life doctors, friends, family always said that nothing was normal about me and to be able to be just that in the ring is so rewarding and cool.”
On the highlights of his career: “First this year ROH Tag Champ, Six Man Tag Champ, NWA tag champ and Crocket cup winner with King, and having the biggest and most popular entrance at the MSG with Destro at G1 SuperCard…My feud with Bret and main eventing many WWE events against The Hitman and main eventing the Sold Out Montreal Forum on top of every superstar against Jaques.”
- Bruce Prichard discussed TNA's failed contract negotiations with AJ Styles on a recent episode of his podcast.
- Batista honored his mother for Pride Month.
------ I asked my mom for a picture of her from the 70’s because I wanted to do a post for --️--pride month. She sent me this one. Then I said “do you have any without a big marijuana poster and a guy rolling a joint in the background?” She said “ hey it was the 70”s! We were high 7 days a week!” ---- anyway this is my mom. Loud and proud when it wasn’t ok to be loud and proud. She never apologized for who she was or who she loved. Which is why I never did either. And never will! A strong lesbian raised a strong man and I couldnt be more proud of her. We lived in the Castro during the Harvey Milk years. She volunteered with every bit of strength and heartbroken energy she had with The Names Project . She still volunteers in San Francisco helping the homeless and mentally ill. She is the reason I am who I am. Every decent part of me as a human being is directly because of my mother. I celebrate #lgbt Pride month with her and everyone else from the community that I was raised in. And if anyone has issue with it, I said before and I’ll say it again, you can suck my balls! I love you mom! --️--#Lesbian #activist #liberal #dcgirl #sanfranciscan
- Lance Storm shares a story where Vince McMahon thought he was dead.
I was on vacation in Ontario when Lance Cade died in 2010. I barely knew Dave Meltzer but I got a message from him letting me know Lance had died and also told me the story that when he got home and checked his answering machine, the first message was from Vince. Cont...— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) June 15, 2019
There was then a second message from Vince on the machine left a little bit later where Vince told him not to bother calling because he realized it wasn’t me that died but Lance Cade. Cont..— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) June 15, 2019
Dave and I wondered what it would be about my death specifically that would move Vince to need to talk to Dave. I speculated that perhaps Vince figured that if I was dying young due to drugs the entire industry was doomed.— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) June 15, 2019
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