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Big E Names 2 More Wrestlers The New Day Wanted To Recruit

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• Big E Names 2 More Wrestlers The New Day Wanted To Recruit

WWE SmackDown’s Big E was a guest on this week’s WWE After The Bell podcast with Corey Graves.

While discussing his 6 years long run with The New Day, he revealed that the group wanted to recruit Damien Sandow and Alicia Fox in the beginning as well.

Here’s what Big E said:

“Thinking back to 2014, we always thought we would be a group that would add more members. I remember thinking Alicia Fox being someone we wanted to add because at the time she was doing stuff with the tantrums.

Her and [Damien] Sandow we thought would be a great addition. That was the idea; a group that would recruit. It would have been a lot of fun and I wish we got that incarnation of New Day. As grateful as I am that it went the way it did, I’m also kind of intrigued to see what it would have been like for us to have gone that militant route to see what we could have done.

We shot so much stuff in pre-tapes and all the ideas we put together, I thought we had something really special and I was excited about that. Obviously, I think it worked out the best for what we did because I don’t think we would have been able to stay together for 6 years as a militant group.”

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Veteran Porkchop Cash (Real name: Bobby Cash) turns 73 today.

Porkchop Cash wrestled for several territories such as NWA Tri-State, NWA Hollywood Wrestling, CWA Memphis Wrestling, Central States Wrestling & Southeastern Championship Wrestling, among many others.

In 1988, he joined the World Wrestling Federation for a few months, but was only used as a ‘Jobber To The Stars’.

His most memorable WWF matches were against The Ultimate Warrior and Tito Santana.


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