— New York Times best-selling author Kevin Sullivan posted an excerpt that didn’t make his “The WWE Championship” book over at Kevinsullivanbooks.com. He posted a quote from the Big Show on his run as WWE Champion. “The hardest part of losing the championship is when you pack your bags the next couple of days and you feel like you’re missing something. That’s hard to get used to. Losing the title to Triple H, well he’s probably my oldest friend in this business. I actually started with Triple H years ago in WCW back in the Power Plant. Triple H is the one who gave me my chokeslam. Hunter, Dallas Paige and Terry Taylor are the ones who molded my career when it first started, as far as the offensive moves I still use to this day. Of course, if you say that to Hunter, he’ll emphatically deny it because he says I’m the sh*ts and he doesn’t want anybody to know he’s responsible.”
— WWE made the announcement that Cee-Lo Green will be at SummerSlam next month to perform “Bright Lights, Bigger City.” His song will be the official theme song of the event. The press release is below:
WWE Universe, Cee Lo Green will be a part of this year’s SummerSlam in Los Angeles!
The four-time Grammy Award-nominee, whose song “Bright Lights Bigger City” is the official theme song of SummerSlam, will perform some of his hip-hop hits at WWE’s annual summer extravaganza.
Green joined Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine as a coach on NBC’s hit seres, The Voice. The reality show recently wrapped up a successful first season.
His smash hit, “Forget You,” has sold more than 12 million singles. It has been viewed more than 70 million times on YouTube. His new album, The Lady Killer, is available on iTunes.
Green has recently performed on The Grammys, Saturday Night Live, Oprah, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Today, Good Morning America, The Soul Train Awards and the NBA All-Star Game.