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AEW Wrestler Reveals Why He Made An Embarrassing Botch On Dynamite, Dustin Rhodes Comments

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• Old School WWF Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 71st birthday of Old School WWF Veteran “The Outlaw” Ron Bass (Real name: Ronald Heard).

After touring the NWA territories for many years, such as Jim Crockett Promotions & Championship Wrestling from Florida, Ron Bass joined the World Wrestling Federation in January 1987.

Bass feuded with the likes of Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake, Tito Santana, The Junkyard Dog, Lanny Poffo and Sam Houston, before he left the promotion in the spring of 1989.

Ron then continued to wrestle on the Indies every now and then, before he retired in 1991.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE

December 21, 1948 – March 7, 2017

• AEW Wrestler Reveals Why He Made An Embarrassing Botch On Dynamite, Dustin Rhodes Comments

There was a major botch on this week’s AEW Dynamite. A wrestler was delivering punches to Dustin Rhodes that weren’t even connecting and they were placed right in front of the camera.

You can watch it below:

Below is how veteran wrestlers reacted to this on Twitter:

Mark Henry: Fire this person now.

Trish Stratus: 🤦‍♀️

The Blue Meanie: Oh what the f*ck man!! Poor Dustin. It’s TV!! I like AEW but seriously. What in the f*cking f*ck?!

Lance Storm: Maybe they forgot to cut the eye holes out of his mask. 🤷‍♂️

Below is what 13 time WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton had to say about this:

“He apparently is a seasoned vet and is used to live tv and just assumed that the camera to his left was the one with that red dot thingy on it for those horrendous f*cking punches

Or quit the business cuz you’re the drizzling sh*ts

….or you can come to the top company and I’ll teach you one of the most important aspects of our biz. Throwing a f*cking 🤛🏼”

The wrestler who messed up, Arik Cannon, has finally come forward and tweeted the following:

“You guys… It was [email protected] is a legend, one of my all-time favorites, he was already bleeding, and I was just trying to take care of him. #AEWDynamite”

Dustin Rhodes tweeted the following regarding this situation:

“I deleted that tweet because he has come forward. Thanks. Work on your frickin punches. There are always going to be those out there that try and bring others down. When you see people exposing our business, call em out. 🖤❤️🤘🏼”

        
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