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Recently on Sam Roberts' Wrestling Podcast, professional broadcaster and WWE fan Sam Roberts shared an interview he conducted with WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler.During the interview, Ziggler talked about what it was like dating comedian Amy Schumer. If you use any of the quotes that appear in this article, please credit Sam Roberts' Wrestling Podcast with an H/T to Wrestling Inc. Cameron, has one hard rule when it comes to dating: no Black guys.Despite being a woman of color herself, the pro-wrestling diva-turned-reality star stated her preference during an interview with “I actually don’t date Black guys,” the star said when asked if she dated White guys. ” an interviewer can be heard asking her to which she responds, “I just have a thing for White boys."I was actually flying home [when Schumer appeared on Stern's show] and turned on my phone off the plane to 78 voicemails or so. Having them to hear I was like, 'oh, this is so disgusting.' And somehow went out of their way to listen to it. I don't even Like, does my grandma have Sirius Radio? Like, I don't know how How does she And, but otherwise, we're buddies.

Subsequently, Vince, Shane and Stephanie Mc Mahon agreed that Styles should get a title rematch at Extreme Rules in an Extreme Rules match.The professional wrestling matches at Extreme Rules featured professional wrestlers performing as characters in scripted events pre-determined by the hosting promotion, WWE.Storylines between the characters played out on WWE's primary television programs, Raw and Smack Down.It was the eighth event under the Extreme Rules chronology.Eight matches were contested at the event, with one being shown on the pre-show.In Mexico and Japan, the 1940s-1950s was also a Golden Age for professional wrestling, with Santo becoming a Mexican folk hero, and Rikidōzan achieving similar fame in Japan.