WWE WTF: The Return of Zack Ryder, Buff Bagwell's New Gig and More

Alfred Konuwa@@ThisIsNastyFeatured ColumnistMarch 12, 2014

WTF is Zack Ryder doing back on YouTube? Why is Linda McMahon inducting the Warrior? And who screwed Buff Bagwell?

The talents and services of former WCW star Buff Bagwell can now be yours at a premium price. According to TMZ, Bagwell is now working as a male escort. He was featured on Showtime’s Gigolos, and his price tag ranges from $800 for two hours to $25,000 for an entire week. Talk about a payoff.

Zack Ryder is making a comeback to YouTube, where he became an Internet sensation en route to a white-hot run in 2012. Ryder’s new show will be called Zack Ryder’s Last ReZort, and one cannot help but think how hot the Ryder Revolution was and compare it to the Yes Movement of today.

Will Daniel Bryan suffer the same fate?

Linda McMahon is the surprise choice to induct the Ultimate Warrior in the 2014 WWE Hall of Fame, according to a tweet sent out by Warrior himself.

After hearing names like CM Punk and Hulk Hogan floated around (from PWInsider via Wrestling Inc.), this can be seen as somewhat of a disappointment. On that night, the juxtaposition in personality will certainly be something to behold.

 

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