Dykstra Removes Rant On WWE, Number Of WrestleMania Tickets Sold, Val Venis

— Former WWE Superstar Kenny Dykstra has removed his rant regarding WWE’s politics and possibly going to TNA from his MySpace page. In his latest blog, Dykstra wrote: “i took down my past blog cause dirt sheets were making such a big deal about it. oh well, **** happens. wonder if they will put this one up on the site too.”

As Michael reported yesterday, here is what Dykstra posted:

First I would just like to say thank you to everyone who left a comment or message and for the support. It is greatly appreciated. Believe it or not I actually am happy to be gone from WWE. I don’t have to do things around their schedule and I don’t have to answer to anybody. I have never felt so free in my entire life. I had been working with WWE since I was 16 so I’ve never really known anything else. I did have fun with WWE but the creative side never used me properly or really gave me an opportunity to get over. it sucks when you know your better than the majority and you’re only used to make people look good.

Will I stay wrestling? I’m not sure. WWE kind of puts a bad taste in your mouth after all the politics and garbage that can go on. I may try to go to TNA but we will see. I have 90 days to think about it and possibly try. although I wont rule it out. I do feel like they could use me much better. I would also like to have some matches with guys like A.J. and Kurt and Joe and Christian. plus Sting has always been my favorite so to work with him would be great too. but I guess I will wait it out and see what direction I try to go in. as for WWE I am glad to be gone. i thank them for everything and wish them the best too.

Take care.

Kenn Doane.

— Jim Ross noted in his most recent blog that just over 40,000 tickets have been sold for WrestleMania 25 in Houston, for a gross of approximately $5.0 million. “Nice start in an extremely sluggish economy,” Ross said. He added that 68 percent of tickets were sold to Texas residents.

— Val Venis has posted an essay on the WWE Universe site honoring Veteran’s Day. {Awesome Veteran’s Day Essay! A MUST READ!!!}

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