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Sorry, Kim Kardashian. But E! is about to make reality stars out of many other woman with large breasts and plastic personalities.

The network will premiere Total Divas on July 28, a series that takes viewers inside the world of the women who strut their scantily-clad stuff on Monday Night Raw and Smackdown each week.

Divas

According to a press release, the program will center on seven WWE Divas who must wrestle - get it?!? - with the difficulties of of life in the spotlight, while balancing work/travel schedules with an intense competition that leaves little time for a personal lives.

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The Rock may have helped G.I. Joe: Retaliation rise to the top of the box office last weekend, but he was at the losing end of the Wrestlemania 29 main event yesterday.

John Cena avenged his loss against this icon from a year ago by defeating The Rock and capturing the WWE Championship for the 11th time.

cena v. rock

Among other results from wrestling's grandest stage:

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Some sad news out of North Carolina today, as Reid Fliehr (stage name Flair), son of wrestling legend Ric Flair, died today at age 25.

Reid Flair Wrestling Photo

Flair's agent released the following statement: "We are heartbroken to confirm that Ric's son, Reid, has passed away today March 29, 2013 in Charlotte, NC. The investigation into the cause of death is ongoing. Reid was an incredible son, brother, friend, and professional wrestler. No words can describe the grief that Ric and his family are experiencing and they do request privacy during this devastating time."

The cause of death is unknown at this time, though the younger Flair had struggled with heroin in the past.

Reid was scheduled to tour with his father after having wrestled in Japan over the last year to improve his skills.

It was expected for Reid to join WWE, which his father had recently rejoined, some time in the near future.

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The world of professional wrestling may be fake, but former WWE superstar Chris "The Masterpiece" Masters made a very real and incredibly impressive save this week:

He saved his mother from a burning house.

By uprooting a tree with his own hands and using it as a battering ram to enter the residence.

Chris "The Masterpiece" Masters

Sources confirm to TMZ that Masters responded to a call that an unhinged neighbor had locked himself into the house with Chris' mother.

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The WWE lost one of its iconic former managers last night.

Paul Bearer, the man who was by The Undertaker's side throughout a bulk of that veteran wrestler's career, passed away yesterday from health problems related to his obesity, sources confirm to TMZ. He was 58.

Paul Bearer image

Bearer (real name: William Moody) portrayed a funeral director who carried around an urn, moving on to manager such grapplers as Kane and Mankind after The Undertaker.

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Ding! Ding! Will Glenn Beck soon appear in the WWE squared circle?

On his TheBlaze TV show Thursday, the conservative commentator slammed the wrestling organization due to its portrayal of Zeb Colter, an overly patriotic grappler who Beck feels is "demonizing" the Tea Party.

Glenn Beck Appearance

"You're making a villain out of what?" Beck asked, adding that the company is alienating its fans: "Probably 80% of your audience who's tired as it is of being miscast? They're tired of this."

Beck went on to wonder: Has Vince McMahon been influenced by liberal billionaire George Soros?

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Jerry Lawler isn't just awake and alert - he's filming himself being awake and alert!

The WWE broadcaster/former grappler, who collapsed on air of a heart attack while announcing Monday Night Raw in Montreal this week, has actually recorded a video of himself standing alongside his hospital bed.

In the clip, Lawler is standing and speaking very clearly, even joking about all the wires connected to his body. He then goes on to thank for WWE Universe for all the well wishes sent his way.

Watch now, and long live The King...

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The King lives!

Just a couple days after suffering a heart attack while broadcasting Monday Night Raw, WWE veteran Jerry Lawler is progressing very well.

"[Jerry] is hooked up to tubes and is still not able to speak," son Kevin Lawler tells TMZ. "But he's writing stuff on a notepad to talk to people... Not just brief notes, but detailed stories which show he knows where he is and what is going on."

Jerry Lawler Pic

That's very good to hear, especially as Kevin confirms the family was concerned Jerry had suffered brain damage to the amount of time he was unconscious and not breathing backstage.

The 62-year old remains in the hospital and it's unclear when he will be let out. We send him our very best and hope he finally retires from the ring after this scare.

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

We have an update on Jerry Lawler, the WWE legend/broadcaster who collapsed on air during Monday Night Raw yesterday and required CPR backstage before being rushed to the hospital.

A company rep says Lawler "is in a cardiac care unit and all his vital signs are stable" at the moment, adding that "WWE will provide additional information as it becomes available. We continue to wish Jerry all the best for a full recovery.”

Stacy Carter, Lawler's ex-wife and a past WWE Diva, also chimed in via Twitter, saying the announcer underwent surgery not long after the incident and had a "stint & a balloon put in." He remains heavily sedated as a result.

Lawler, known as "The King" and a 40-year veteran of the industry, fell to the ground approximately 30 minutes after wrestling a tag-team match in Montreal. He is 62 years old.

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