• Old School Wrestling Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday Today
Today would have been the 48th birthday of Old School WCW/WWF Veteran Sean O’Haire.
Trained at WCW’s own Wrestling School, the WCW Power Plant, Sean had his televised debut on WCW TV in mid-2000 and soon became a member of the ‘Natural Born Thrillers’ stable.
When World Championship Wrestling was bought by Vince McMahon in 2001, so was O’Haire’s contract, thus he became a member of the WCW/ECW Alliance stable during the infamous Invasion storyline.
He left the WWE in 2004 and got into MMA, where he held a 4-2 record.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE
February 25, 1971 – September 8, 2014
• Booker T Comments On If There Was Heat Between Triple H & Chris Jericho At Ric Flair’s Surprise Birthday Party
As we noted before, both Triple H & Chris Jericho recently attended Ric Flair’s surprise 70th birthday party and even posed for a photo.
During a recent edition of Heated Conversations podcast, WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T (who was also at this party) talked about the Jericho & HHH at this party, what All Elite Wrestling is trying to do & more.
Below are the highlights:
On what All Elite Wrestling’s goal is:
“It’s great to have something, an alternative. It’s not a competition, it’s an alternative. You may not want to watch this game that’s on this channel but you might want to watch that one, you know what I mean? Both games are going to get good ratings because that’s how many people there is in the world.
So, to be able to have an alternative is great. To be able to have so many new, young talent be seen and be able to make their legacy – put it down as far as they want to leave it. That’s really what it’s all about. I don’t think it’s about competing.”
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On if there was heat between Triple H & Chris Jericho at the party:
“Chris Jericho was at the party, Triple H at the party, and we’re all sitting there talking together and there ain’t no heat, or animosity, or anything like that.
I really think it’s enough room to go around. And that’s what Chris was talking about as far as what he’s bringing to the table as well from a backstage perspective, and really try to push this thing to a dimension where we have not seen in the wrestling business perhaps ever. And that right there, when you do it that way, you never know how big it’s gonna get.”