- Vader’s appearance on Raw last night is part of the build for Raw’s 1,000th episode, which will feature several past stars from WWE. The company plans to use other legends as we get closer to July 23rd.
Vader posted the following on Twitter after his match with Heath Slater:
“Wow what a fantastic night. I want to thank the @WWE from the bottom of my heart. I also want to thank all the fans for the love & Support. #stillgotit??? It’s time it’s time #itsvadertime”
- From Lawyers.com:
The effectiveness of a prenuptial agreement that wrestler John Cena signed 16 days before he got married will determine how much his soon-to-be ex-wife will get in their divorce.
WWE star Cena and his wife are splitting over “irreconcilable differences” in Florida.
“In this case, it appears the preliminary issues will be the interpretation of the prenuptial agreement, the application to the parties’ property, assets and income, whether the agreement itself is enforceable or not, which we always consider, and in the mean time addressing the temporary needs of our client in conjunction with and in spite of certain terms of the premarital agreement,” says Raymond Rafool, the attorney for Cena’s wife, Liz Huberdeau.
Contrary to popular belief, a prenuptial agreement doesn’t mean an end to the legal wrangling over assets. “If you can plan that you’re going to get a divorce, which is something we never want to do, it’s always better to have a prenuptial agreement. But does the prenup agreement end all issues at divorce?” Rafool explains that laws and circumstances change, and that there could be errors in the draft.
In the event of a divorce, a prenup will be carefully scrutinized by both sides, looking for areas of weakness that can be exploited.
“The issue is one, the interpretation of the prenuptial agreement — what are the terms meant to provide or protect? Two, did they cover all the necessary waivers?” he says. In other words, prenuptial agreements are interpreted literally, so if they don’t expressly state what the terms are, regular equable distribution laws will apply. “Three, was it voluntarily entered into or under duress? Is it fair and reasonable? In addition to that, there are temporary support and attorney issues.”
Wrestling fans will have to wait a long time to see what happens in John Cena’s case, but in the meantime, the couple has kept the reasons for their split under wraps. “What John has on his mind only John knows, so I can’t give you any other reasons. At this time my client is going to maintain everybody’s privacy.”
- Although it’s advertised that Triple H will be addressing Brock Lesnar at No Way Out, the Wrestling Observer notes that Brock Lesnar himself is not currently set to appear.
“Another excellent match involving @HeelZiggler. I think I detect some type of trend here”
Paul Heyman agreed and retweeted the post.
- TNA have uploaded Sting‘s Hall of Fame promo:
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