– The Kentucky Athletic Commission drug tested four random wrestlers at a show in Elizabethtown, KY on Saturday night and former WWE Superstar Mike Mondo of Spirit Squad fame failed the test. Mondo tested positive for marijuana. No word yet on what’s happened to Mondo but the Commission usually suspends the talent immediately and requires them to go before the full body. Mondo could be suspended for up to one year and fined up to $500.
– We posted last week about WWE sending a cease & desist order to wrestling promoter David Herro for a Great Lakes Championship Wrestling show he was promoting featuring Kevin Nash and Scott Hall vs. Kip James and BG James in the main event. The show was held this past Saturday night in Waukesha, WI and drew about 1,500 fans. A fan in attendance noted that Scott Hall was totally out of shape and appeared to be intoxicated. Nash even had to help Hall up the ring steps. The fan noted that while Hall’s hair is quite gray, he has dyed it a blue/black color that looks more blue than black. Nash worked the match with a hockey elbow pad covering his staph infection that he has been recovering from. Hall could barely work and wore blue jeans and an ICP jersey.
The finish of their match came when Hall went for a tag but Nash jumped off the apron and Kip James hit the Fameasser on Hall for the win. According to the fan, Nash cut a promo on Hall after the match saying he knows how it feels to be left out in the cold but at least give him credit for showing up.