WWE Legend Looking To Confront Ric Flair, John Cena Uses A Ton Of Water, Raw

Submitted by Daniel Pena on March 26, 2009 - 1:15pm
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-- In a post on his newly launched website, www.HonkyTonkMan.net, The Honky Tonk Man is looking to confront Ric Flair before or at the WWE Hall of Fame on April 4 in Houston for the things he said about the longest reigning Intercontinental Champion of all-time in his 2004 book release, Ric Flair: To Be the Man.

"For the things he said about me in his book, I will finally get a chance to confront him in Conn. this coming Friday night," Honky said. "If he dodges me, I will confront him on Sunday night in Mass. If he dodges me again, I will confront him at HOF, and if he skates on me there I will catch him at Mania."

Honky is upset with Flair saying he was only a main-eventer in WWE because of Hulk Hogan.

"I want to know why he says I would be nothing without a Hogan rub when I spent 12 years working main events before I went to WWE without a Hogan rub and Flair knows that," Honky said.

To read his post, click here.

This is in response to the following excerpt: "Other guys were just lucky to be working for the company. With Hogan headlining the show, anybody wrestling on the card shared his glory. Where would the Honky Tonk Man have been if he hadn't been employed by Vince McMahon?"

-- The St. Petersburg Times has a story listing John Cena as one of the biggest water users in the Tampa Bay area — third to be exact. According to the article, his mansion in Land O'Lakes, Florida used 2 million gallons of water last year despite a drought. In comparison, the average family uses 7,500 gallons of water per month — or 90,000 gallons per year. Click here to read the article.

-- Despite the declining trend of ratings, the WWE website issued a statement touting Monday's Raw for being the number one show on cable television once again. They wrote: "With a 3.5 rating, Raw was the most-watched cable program for the sixth consecutive week reaching more than 3.4 million households and 5.1 million viewers. This includes drawing twice as many men as the World Baseball Classic on ESPN."

See photo of John Cena's Florida home (>>)

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