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Andrade Clarifies His Comments About Brock Lesnar & Asuka

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• Andrade Clarifies His Comments About Brock Lesnar & Asuka

Former WWE wrestler Andrade did an interview with Lucha Libre Online on Monday, where he talked about his WWE exit.

One of the reasons that was reported for Andrade not being pushed on the WWE main roster is that he isn’t fluent in speaking English.

Andrade did this interview in Spanish and Lucha Noticias translated what Andrade said.

They translated the following on Andrade talking about his English speaking skills holding him back:

“Those are excuses, I know the language better than Brock Lesnar and Asuka, I respect them, but it’s the truth. They don’t get buts or criticized for not speaking English.”

Andrade later clarified that this is not what he said and that Lucha Noticias made an error while translating.

Andrade tweeted the following (translated to English):

“I did not say that I master the language better than Brock. I said that Brock speaks it perfect but he has no need to do so and that Asuka is a great champion and a great fighter and does not need to speak.”

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• Old School WWF Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 76th birthday of Old School WWF Veteran “S.D.” Special Delivery Jones (Real name: Conrad Efraim).

S.D. Jones was trained by WWE Hall of Famer Johnny Rodz and eventually became known as one of the most famous babyface ‘Jobber To The Stars’ of all time.

He wrestled mostly for the World Wrestling Federation during the 70s & 80s and did his last televised WWF jobs in 1990.

S.D. Jones passed away on October 26, 2008 after suffering a stroke two days earlier.

In 2019, he was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of their annual Legacy Wing inductions.


March 30, 1945 – October 26, 2008

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