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WWE News: Renee Young Shoots Down Pregnancy Rumors, Kane Loses Bet With Kentucky Mayor

March 2, 2019 | Posted by Joseph Lee
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– In an interview with Regular Girls (via Ringside News), Renee Young shot down rumors that she was pregnant and revealed that Mark Henry told her he had to do the same thing.

She said: “Last week I was at TV at the pay-per-view, Elimination Chamber and my friend Mark Henry was there. He pulled me aside and said, ‘Hey I had to stick up for you the other day,’ I’m like, ‘Oh why?’ I just assume that somebody was like sh*t talking me saying I’m bad at commentary or blah, blah, blah. Okay so somebody said that I’m bad at my job, whatever, like get in line. He goes, ‘No, no, nobody said that. My producer asked if you were pregnant.’ I was like, ‘What?! Come on?’ I don’t understand… well listen, I do understand, but like come on. Am I wearing like loose-fitting clothes? Do I have a glow? I mean how many times have I had this conversation? Just because people are trying to will this upon me — I’m not sure.

– Kane recently lost a bet to Lexington County, Kentucky Mayor Linda Gorton and was forced to take her to lunch. The two bet on the University of Tennessee vs. University of Kentucky men’s basketball game several weeks ago, which the Wildcats won. The Volunteers won today’s game. Kane said he would take Gorton to lunch if the Wildcats won earlier this month. He went to Lexington to make good on that promise at the KSBar and Grille. They also appeared on Kentucky Sports Radio. Kane also made a donation to the Shriners Hospital for Children in Lexington, which was matched by Matt Hones of Kentucky Sports Radio, who also owns the restaurant. Kane also wore a Wildcats shirt as part of the bet.

He said: “Underneath all my stuff, trust me, I am wearing some Tennessee gear. So it’s still closest to my heart.

The two also had a bet for today’s game, and now Gorton has to donate a matching donation to a Tennessee local children’s hospital, which Kane says will be the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital.

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