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WWE Legend Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka Arrested, Tough Enough’s ZZ’s First Interview After Show

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WWE Legend and Hall of Famer, Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka was taken into custody this morning according to Steve Carrier of AWN.com. Below is Steve’s report:

“WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka has been charged with third-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter for the death of his girlfriend Nancy Argentino back in the 1983. Snuka was arrested this morning and sent to the Lehigh County Central Booking Center. Bail was set at $100K.

We reported earlier last year that a Pennsylvania grand jury wanted to reopen and investigate the 32-year-old death of Nancy Argentino after an autopsy report revealed that Argentino died of “traumatic brain injuries consistent with a moving head striking a stationary object. There were also signs of domestic violence on the woman’s body report showed, including more than two dozen cuts and bruises from her head to her feet.

Additionally, the autopsy report determined the death was a homicide, but no one was ever arrested.”

In more lighthearted news, fan favorite of the WWE Reality Series, Tough Enough, ZZ “The Bayou King” was recently interviewed by SportingNews.com.

The finale:

“I knew that my entrance, my match, my promo had to be the best that they could be and that’s what I did. At that point in time, where it was, all I could do was put it in God’s hands.”

Working with Cesaro:

“To come from a level I’m at now to getting a match with Cesaro who is probably one of the best of all-time, it’s really an honor. I know it’s going to be a while before I work with him in the ring again but the plan is to do everything I can to get back here.”

People saying he’s lazy:

“As far as people telling me I’m lazy, I’m not lazy. I’m laid back. I come from a lifestyle that’s completely different from the rest of the world. A lot of people see that as lazy. It’s amazing to me because look at what I did in the ring. If I was lazy and couldn’t do anything, do you think I could have pulled off a match that incredible with Cesaro?

“There’s always room for improvement and, of course, I have to have a change in attitude because I know I have to get better. That was a two minute match and I was starting to get tired. But I’m saying that if I didn’t do nothing at all, I wouldn’t have been able to pull that off.”

Believing he did everything he could to win:

“I knew I was going to have to push my body to a level it hadn’t been before and that’s exactly what I did. It was a lot of fun, living in the barracks with 13 of the world’s best athletes and whittling them down and seeing that you’re one of the top four of the best athletes there at the time. And then seeing I’m on of the top two guys, that was awesome just by itself. At the end of the day, when I go back home, I’m going to do everything I can to be here.”

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Aaron Portier
Highly passionate MMA Journalist, and I've followed the sport ever since my favorite fighter, Vitor Belfort won the heavyweight tournament at UFC 12. After that I've tried to go to every local MMA event around the Gulf Coast and surrounding areas and decided to make it a point to have a career in some aspect in the fighting sport other than fighting in general (didn't want to ruin my face). I'm currently enrolled at Southeastern Louisiana University working towards a degree in Communication. I cover MMA, Boxing and Football for The Daily Star newspaper in my hometown of Hammond, Louisiana, in addition to working as a promotional writer for a local Boxing promotion known as BoxnCar and I cover boxing for 8countnews.com however SciFighting.com is my home. My main goal is to bring more publicity to MMA in my area and to the sport as a whole as all of us involved with the sport are merely scratching the surface and laying the foundation of what mixed martial arts competition will be further down the road.