• Booker T Comments On Vince McMahon Getting Emotional During Undertaker’s Final Farewell
During his Hall of Fame podcast, Booker T talked about Undertaker’s Final Farewell at Survivor Series 2020, and how Vince McMahon got emotional.
Here’s what the 6 time World Champion said:
“I felt the same thing. I’ve got a wrestling company too, and when you’re talking about your own…I feel a certain way when talking about my creation and what I’ve done and what I know what my guys are gonna do for me one day.
Taker is gonna be there for Vince forever. He’s gonna be a guy that’s gonna be in his corner forever. He’s one of Vince’s soldiers and to be one of those soldiers, it means a lot too.
In every war, we need a guy that’s gonna lead. Vince McMahon has been that guy that has led for so long and that era – with Taker, Stone Cold, Rock – Vince was one of the boys too.
He was right there with them, but he was still always the boss. He was still always the guy that was righting the ship and trying to take us to a certain place.
When you’re doing that, you take a lot of people with you. Vince has taken a lot of people with him along this ride…they’ve got a lot of love for each other.
Along the ride, don’t think it was never for a moment not business. At the same time, you’ve just gotta know how to separate the two, and they really were able to do that and create something very, very special.”
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• Old School WWF Tag Team Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday
Today would have been the 58th birthday of Old School WWF Tag Team Wrestler “The Gigolo” Jimmy Del Ray (Real name: David Ferrier).
The highlight of his Professional Wrestling career was certainly teaming with “The Doctor of Desire” Tom Prichard in Smoky Mountain Wrestling (SMW) and the World Wrestling Federation as ‘The Heavenly Bodies’.
After Jimmy Del Ray left the WWF, he wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling under the name ‘Jimmy Graffiti’.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE
November 30, 1962 – December 6, 2014