From a shove to a shave

WrestleMania match has placed a familiar hairdo - and lots of cash - on a razor's edge


April 01, 2007|By Kevin Eck | Kevin Eck,Sun Reporter

Hair has been at the center of some of the biggest stories in pop culture this year: Why did Britney shave hers? Could Sanjaya have lasted this long on American Idol without his? But the most awaited hair affair may come tonight in Detroit, during the annual pro wrestling pay-per-view spectacle known as WrestleMania.

Donald Trump, whose outsized identity is defined by his comb-over, has wagered that he will get his head shaved if his favored wrestler loses to a wrestler backed by Vince McMahon, the chairman of World Wrestling Entertainment and a blustery bloke himself. If McMahon's wrestler loses, his own pompadour is on the line.

WRESTLEMANIA 23 / / Tonight at 7 p.m., pay per view. Contact your cable or satellite provider

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