WWE.com caught up with Goldust, who returned as "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes at Saturday night's WWE Starrcade one-night special event at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina, to discuss the significance and importance of the event to him on a personal level. Just a reminder, we will have live coverage on our Twitter account and will have full results later tonight.
As the Special Guest Enforcer in the match between Dolph Ziggler and Bobby Roode, the 59-year old Anderson was given to power to intervene if need be.
Shiffrin en tête après la 1re manche, Baud et Noens qualifiées — Slalom
Petra Vhlova, vainqueur du premier slalom de la saison à Levi, est en 5e position à 1 " 45 derrière Frida Hansdotter, 4e à 1 " 40. L'Américaine a survolé la première manche, reléguant sa dauphine provisoire, la Suissesse Wendy Holdener, à 89 centièmes.
As Saturday night's Starrcade was the first time the event had taken place in nearly 17 years, WWE paid tribute to those that helped make the event happen including Ric Flair and Dusty Rhodes, the man who booked the first ever Starrcade back in 1983.
Dolph tried to grab a chair at one point, and when Arn Anderson attempted to stop him, Ziggler punched Arn in the face. Meanwhile, Roode seized the opportunity and subjected Ziggler to his Glorious DDT. It truly was a special night that paid good homage to the legends of the past that helped to make Starrcade happen.
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