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On this Sunday's Total Divas Season 3 Episode 3, the drama was absolutely off the chain (ropes?) for the cast members, who faced a host of life changes.

It all started after Daniel Bryan was told by Stephanie McMahon to give up his WWE World Heavyweight Championship Title or his wife would get fired.

Then Brie Bella says something jaw-dropping, shocking everyone: "I Quit!"

An open-handed slap to the face was then administered, and HARD.

Later, Brie tells Nikki Bella that Daniel is going to be out for 6-8 weeks due to surgery. There are also rumors that she's pregnant and that's why she quit.

That doesn't appear to be true, but with Brie and Daniel both out of work on Total Divas Season 3 Episode 3, they need to find a good fake storyline.

Like, what would they do if their careers in the ring were over for good?!

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Sean O'Haire, a former member of the WWE and WCW, was found dead in his Southern Carolina home yesterday.

He was 43 years old.

Sean O'Haire image

According to the coroner in Spartanburg, the cause of death is unknown at the moment, but no foul play is suspected.

(UPDATE: According to local cops, O'Haire was found in his bedroom, with a red rope tied around his neck, connected to the bedpost. He's believed to have killed himself.)

Authorities are awaiting toxicology reports that will hopefully shed light on what happened to the former grappler, whose real name was Sean Haire.

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Pat Patterson has come out as gay.

The long-time WWE employee made the announcement this week during an episode of WWE Network's Legends House, stating the personal admission to a number other veteran company superstars.

“For once in my life, I'm going to be me now,” Patterson says in the following clip, fighting back years.

He goes on to say he's been keeping his sexuality a secret for decades now and had a partner of 40 years who recently died of a heart attack.

It's powerful stuff. Watch now:

Patterson serves as Vince McMahon's right-hand man and was the company's first-ever Intercontinental champion.

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

A week after the Ultimate Warrior suddenly collapsed and died of a heart attack, the WWE paid tribute to its fallen star on Monday Night Raw last night.

With testimonials from such stars as Hulk Hogan and Triple H, the following video runs down the Ultimate Warrior's beloved career and culminates with the emotional speech he gave in the same ring just a day before he passed away.

Following the video, the organization offered up a 10-bell salute, a time-honored tradition to honor late wrestlers.

Watch the moving tribute below:

The Ultimate Warrior was only 54 years old when he died.

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WWE fans and general Nancy Grace non-fans are far from pleased at the TV personality's apparent belief, implied on air, that wrestling stars are all on steroids.

#CancelColbert is so last week. Twitter is on to #CancelNancyGrace following a segment this week in which she interviewed Diamond Dallas Page

"So many wrestlers dead," Grace said to her guest. "Now accusations of steroids and illegal drugs swirling ... let's take a look at wrestlers who died young."

A scrolling graphic on the screen displayed a list of prominent pro wrestling figures including Rick McGraw, 30; Buzz Sawyer, 32; and Owen Hart, 33.

Ultimate Warrior, born James Brian Hellwig, died just days after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and appearing at WrestleMania 30 on Sunday.

He collapsed while he and his wife were walking to their car at an Arizona hotel, and doctors pronounced Ultimate Warrior dead soon after at 54.

"We all used it back in the day," Page said frankly with regard to steroids, but he noted that Ultimate Warrior didn't look nearly as big as he used to be.

Page added that he saw him recently and that he "looked great," although what would be his final video from Monday night RAW tells a different story.

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The Ultimate Warrior looked like he was on the verge of death last weekend, appearing sweaty and in poor health, like he was about to completely unravel.

Witnesses say the WWE legend seemed to be in constant pain, to the point where anyone who came in contact with the wrestler noticed, according to TMZ.

Then, Monday night, when the Warrior did his signature rope shake after his big speech on Monday Night Raw, he looked like a shell of his former self.

Not only that, in what would be his final speech, he forebodingly said, "Every man's heart one day beats its final beat. His lungs breathe a final breath."

Just one night later, The Ultimate Warrior died suddently.

"We all felt like he looked like he was going to blow a gasket ... it was pretty easy to see," said a witness Monday night, and tragically, his fall was foretold.

The Ultimate Warrior was walking in a Scottsdale, Ariz., hotel Tuesday when he collapsed with chest pains; it is believed his cause of death was a heart attack.

Warrior (born James Hellwig) was just 54 years old. R.I.P.

His full RAW speech appears after the jump ...

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

We have an update on the shocking death of The Ultimate Warrior.

As previously reported, the WWE legend passed away yesterday in Arizona while walking inside a hotel with his wife.

The shocking incident occurred mere days after the Warrior (real name: James Hellwig) was inducted into the organization's Hall of Fame and appeared at both Wrestlemania 30 and Monday Night Raw.

Ultimate Warrior in Hall of Fame

According to TMZ insiders, the 54-year old "clutched his chest" immediately prior to collapsing while strolling toward his car.

He fell to the ground and never recovered.

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

The Ultimate Warrior - a wrestling legend who was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this weekend before making an appearance at Wrestlemania 30 on Sunday - died today after collapsing outside a hotel in Arizona.

He was 54 years old.

The Ultimate Warrior image

Few details are available at this time, but WWE confirmed The Ultimate Warrior's passing in a statement, saying of the man whose real name was James Hellwig:

"WWE is shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the passing of one of the most iconic WWE Superstars ever, The Ultimate Warrior."

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Best Wrestlemania ever?

We know what some WWE fans would say in response to that question: YES! YES! YES!

A new champion was crowned, a record streak came to an end and three icons got the night started in memorable fashion.

Indeed, Hulk Hogan, The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin graced the ring together to kick off the evening, screaming out their catchphrases and toasting each other with a beer to close the raucous segment.

And Wrestlemania XXX only got crazier from there.

Wrestlemania XXX Logo

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

The road to Wrestlemania hit a very welcome speed bump last night.

Daniel Bryan and 100 supporters took over Monday Night Raw, surrounding the ring and filling the arena and demanding a match with Triple H at the company's biggest event of the year.

And not only did Bryan get it, he also got another wish fulfilled:

If he defeats Triple H at Wrestlemania, he will earn a spot in the main event against Batista and Randy Orton in a three-way bout for the title that sounds a whole lot more interesting than the suckfest that was sure to ensue of officials had kept to their original one-on-one plan.

Bryan and pals

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