Like Father Like Son, Moolah Remembered By Friends, WrestleMania Ticket Sales
partial source: PWInsider.com
— What with Harry “D.H.” Smith’s suspension on Friday night, the “British Bulldog” Davey Boy Smith and Harry “D.H.” Smith are now the first and only father-son combo to be suspended by World Wrestling Entertainment at one point in their respective careers due to substance abuse violations. Bret Hart revealed in his newly released autobiography Hitman: My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling that Davey Boy Smith received a six-week suspension in May 1992 for testing positive for steroids. Hart also notes in his book that McMahon was forced to fire Smith (and the Ultimate Warrior) in November 1992 for receiving shipments of growth hormone from a dealer in the U.K. who had just been busted.
— A number of friends are remembering Fabulous Moolah on WWE.com after her passing over the weekend. Mae Young, Beth Phoenix, Victoria, Howard Finkel and others remember her at this link.
— Word has it that WrestleMania 24 has sold approximately 50,000 tickets thus far. However, it’s still not a sellout as some tickets are still available.
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