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David Arquette's bloody wrestling deathmatch and reason for split with Courtney Cox
Scream and a host of other teen-friendly flicks.The US actor went on to become half of one of the biggest couples in Hollywood when he married Friends star Courteney Cox.The couple later split but have continued to work together through their joint production company.Away from the big screen, Arquette has also ventured into the world of professional wrestling.He won the World Championship Wrestling (WCW) heavyweight championship during a comic storyline when the entertainment form was at its modern peak in terms of audience numbers.With Arquette turning 51 on Thursday September 8, the Star looks back at his side-line as a wrestler and marriage to Cox.WCW was in the middle of its ratings war with rival franchise WWF (then the World Wrestling Federation, now known as World Wrestling Entertainment or WWE) in 2000 when its bosses came up with the idea of Arquette, a wrestling fan, winning the company’s top belt.Despite not being a wrestler at the time, he held the heavyweight title for 12 days, with his time as champion mainly used for comic effect.But after taking flack from wrestling fans for almost two decades, he decided to take up wrestling properly, taking to the independent circuit in 2018 to prove he was “not a joke anymore”.As part of his in-ring career, the Never Been Kissed actor agreed to a brutal “death match” in November 2018 against wrestler Nick Gage during a bout where weapons were allowed to be used.During the match, Gage attacked him with a pizza cutter, sent him through a table and smashed a glass lighting tube across his head.Following the lighting tube strike, Arquette suffered a severe cut in the neck, causing him to bleed profusely and requiring hospital treatment.The incident saw him lash out at
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Lisa Kudrow reveals Jerry Seinfeld took credit for Friends doing so well
Lisa Kudrow recently recounted how comedian Jerry Seinfeld once took credit for the success of NBC's wildly popular sitcom Friends.The 59-year-old actress who played the quirky and eccentric Phoebe Buffay on the show sat down for an interview with The Daily Beast in which she recounted an encounter she had with now 68-year-old Seinfeld at a party in the 90s.Just as lighthearted as the former character that catapulted her into stardom, Kudrow spoke about her brief exchange of words with the comedian.  Memories:  Actress Lisa Kudrow gave an interview and recalled Jerry Seinfeld attributing the success of Friends to airing after his show; seen in July'I remember going to some party and Jerry Seinfeld was there, and I said, Hi, and he said, "You're welcome,"' Lisa reminisced.'I said, "Why, thank you … what?"' Lisa added. Lisa recalled that that Seinfeld then explained to her, 'You're on after us in the summer, and you're welcome.' I'll be there for you:  Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courtney Cox, and Matt LeBlanc posed for one of the early press kit images for Friends Kudrow gave some context and explained that although Friends had made its initial debut in 1994, the sitcom didn't 'explode' until the summer of 1995 when it was placed after re-runs of Seinfeld's show.Kudrow recalled responding to the megastar comedian gratefully by saying, 'That's  exactly right.