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Nick Khan was on The Town with Matthew Belloni, and said WWE is ‘open for business’ regarding a sale. He even mentioned NBC Universal being a good fit, mentioning they don’t own a lot of their own IP at Universal Studios, including Harry Potter. He mentioned WWE being a brand that has IP that would be valuable to NBC Universal.



The former WWE star Ray Gordy (formerly Jesse/Slam Master J in WWE) is no longer a pro-wrestler and found a new career. Ray Gordy’s sister Miranda Gordy recently made an appearance on this week’s “Wilde On” podcast to discuss where her brother Ray is these days following his stint in WWE and pro-wrestling altogether.

Ray Gordy has joined SWAT team

Miranda talked about what her brother, Ray Gordy is doing nowadays:

“He’s retired (from wrestling),” Miranda said. “He’s living in Georgia. He’s a police officer now. He’s on the SWAT team. Ray has helped me a lot anytime I have questions and he is just guiding me because he’s been there and done that.”

Gordy had joined WWE back in 2005. He made his televised debut for the company on the December 9, 2005 episode of SmackDown, where he lost to The Boogeyman in just over a minute. He was released from his WWE contract on April 22, 2010 along with several other talents. Back in 2016, he had made an appearance at the 2016 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony during his father Terry’s induction as part of The Fabulous Freebirds, accepting the award on his behalf.

Speaking about his sister, it was also revealed by her that how she made her way into pro-wrestling. Here is what she said:

“I had someone reach out and bug me about it. I thought, ‘You know what? I’ll try it’, and then I fell in love with it. I still live in Missouri. I still live on a big farm and have one horse.”

She continued, “I went to one (wrestling show) because the Von Erich boys were at a Dallas show. I thought it would be nice to go there and see them and a couple other people I knew.”

“Everyone was super nice. They all were like, ‘We’re so glad you came out.’ I went to a couple more and I got a manager spot and I got to punch somebody. We were in this big stadium. I punched the person, and of course the crowd popped. I was like, ‘This is really cool. I think I can do more of this’, and I was instantly hooked.”

“That was the big moment where I was like, ‘I’m going to start training. I’m going to do this.’ I started training in September of 2018.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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