- WWE NXT Superstars Shane Thorne and Nick Miller of TM61 recently spoke with Byron Saxton for the WWE website at this link. The two discussed their loss in The Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic and what the future holds. Miller admitted that injuries to both Superstars have gotten in the way of their NXT Tag Team Title chase but they remain focused.
"Shane and I have asked ourselves recently how we've changed in the last year," Miller revealed. "I can tell you that we've watched tape of ourselves from last year, and we don't even recognize who we see. We were hurt, our confidence was shot and we weren't in rhythm. We felt like we were being who we thought we were supposed to be, and not committed to being ourselves.
"The TM61 of today? Our eyes have been opened, and the TM61 that you see now is the one finding its lane. It's been a tough road, but we know who we are now, and we know where we want to be and exactly what we need to do to get there. We say it all the time, and believe me when I tell you it's not just some throwaway line: We are The Mighty, and The Mighty don't kneel."
- WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Lawler recently celebrated one year of his Hall of Fame Bar & Grille in Memphis being open for business. As seen below, Lawler hosted a special anniversary event over the weekend with live wrestling in the parking lot, despite the bad weather. Lawler also owns his Memphis BBQ Company restaurant in nearby Cordova, TN.
Packed house today at my barbecue restaurant on Germantown Parkway in Memphis! Thanks to everyone who came out. pic.twitter.com/NGWhJKrNo3— Jerry Lawler (@JerryLawler) March 12, 2018
1 year anniversary of my BBQ restaurant had live wrestling in the rain! Vs Moondog, trying not to step in a poodle! pic.twitter.com/v4tfIBgy1g— Jerry Lawler (@JerryLawler) March 12, 2018
Thanks to everyone who braved the weather and came out to our 1year anniversary show at my BBQ restaurant in Memphis https://t.co/FfxCgW7cuP— Jerry Lawler (@JerryLawler) March 12, 2018