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Simon Cowell To Bring Wrestling To ITV And More On This Week's 'Low Blows'

Simon Cowell To Bring Wrestling To ITV And More On This Week's 'Low Blows'
By Rick Nash Updated
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Former NXT head trainer and coach on WWE's reality TV show, Tough Enough, Bill DeMott last week resigned from all WWE activities after a damning series of online reports that suggested he abused trainees in the company's developmental system, as well as interviewing an anonymous former trainee of his, this week on 'Low Blows', Rick and Don discuss the need (if any) for hazing in wrestling and the fallout from this story with WWE's 'Be A Star' campaign.

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Just week's away from WrestleMania 31 and the Mania party in Woolshed Dublin, Rick discusses his "It's me, Austin!" moment that led WWE Parties to Woolshed for last year's WrestleMania party, and Don figures out what sign he's bringing that we should look out for on the show. Plus Raw in fast forward, Simon Cowell is bringing wrestling back to ITV, which WWE star has dated Ronda Rousey AND Renee Young, Chyna's meltdown continues, what in wrestling should be illegal but isn't (like drugs in Ireland), and much more.

You can have every episode of 'Low Blows' delivered directly to your PC/smartphone as soon as it's released by subscribing for free on iTunes or all smartphone podcasting apps!

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