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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Firebreaker Chip (Real name: Curtis Thompson) celebrates his 56th birthday today.

Firebreaker Chip used to wrestle for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1991 & 1992 as one half of the tag team ‘The Patriots’ (aka ‘WCW Patriots’) with his tag team partner Todd Champion.

Before his WCW days, he worked briefly as a World Wrestling Federation enhancement talent in 1988, doing jobs on weekly TV Shows to WWF Superstars like Bad News Brown and The Ultimate Warrior.


• Old School WWF/ECW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF/ECW Veteran Tony DeVito (Real name: Anthony F. DeVito) celebrates his 47th birthday today.

DeVito wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation as an enhancement talent from 1992 till 1996 and later in his career became a member of ‘The Baldies’ in Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling.

The last time we saw him on television was in 2006 when he appeared on 2 ECW on ScyFy (WWE’s version of ECW) shows, first as Macho Libre, then as a faux preacher, both times to get destroyed by ECW Original The Sandman.


• Attitude Era Veteran Not Retiring – Cleared To Return

Attitude Era Veteran Matt Hardy noted last year that his lower back and pelvis started fusing together and this resulted in him not wrestling and teasing his in-ring retirement.

However, Matt won’t be retiring. He announced on Twitter that he has been cleared and is in the best shape of his life!

Matt was teaming up with Bray Wyatt the last time he was seen on WWE programming.

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