Friday, December 29, 2006

Access Hollywood: K-Fed To Wrestle WWE Champ

MIAMI, Florida (December 29, 2006) – It looks like K-Fed is ready to ring in the New Year with yet another smack down.

Kevin Federline will get into the ring with WWE champ John Cena on Monday, January 1 in Miami, Access Hollywood has learned.

Back in October, K-Fed was body slammed by Cena during a WWE event. As Kevin was shouting at fans from inside the ring, Cena entered and told Kevin he was "less talented than Paris Hilton." He then pretended to shake K-Fed's hand, but instead lifted him over his head and slammed him to the mat – much to the delight of the crowd.

In traditional WWE style, Kevin acted as if he was hurt, but was later seen walking with no pain.

K-Fed's latest venture into the ring can be seen live on January 1 on "WWE Monday Night RAW" on USA.

Source: accesshollywood.com

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

:) Looking forward to the match.

Anonymous said...

Teaming up with the WWE/WWF pretty much destroyed Cyndi Lauper's career. But I guess Kevin has nothing to worry about, since he had no career to begin with.

Anonymous said...

Cyndi's downfall that that she started insisting on writing and producing her own material.

Anonymous said...

Britney fans are getting antsy. Some of them actually thought there'd be a time warp to 3 years previous the minute Britney filed for divorce. But they keep getting reality check after reality check telling them that's not the way the universe works, and yet some are still in denial.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if these Britney fans realize they sound identical to Britney haters who keep saying Britney's career is about to be over, and have been for 7 years.

Anonymous said...

Cyndi always wrote and produced her own material, you moron. Get the facts.

Anonymous said...

Cyndi has co-writing credits on a few songs from her debut album "She's So Unusual", not including her biggest hit, "Girls Just Want To Have Fun". She did more co-writing on her second album, but not "True Colors". Then she began battling with Sony because she wanted to be more of a songwriter. She received some critical acclaim on her next three albums, but never the same commercial success.

Anonymous said...

Don't even compare Cyndi Lauper with KFraud. Cyndi actually had talent AND a fan base that liked her music, not her looks.

Anonymous said...

Back to wrestling!

I hope Cena kayfabe's KFag. Nothing would make me happier than seeing KFag taking a header, and have his spinal column busting out of his mouth.