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Bradley Cooper Being Discussed To Play The Role Of WWF Legend In Biopic

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• Bradley Cooper Being Discussed To Play The Role Of WWF Legend In Biopic

A biopic is in the works for 2-time WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair and there are talks going on about Hollywood Star Bradley Cooper playing the role of The Nature Boy in it.

Here’s what Flair said on his ‘To Be The Man’ podcast:

“Well, there’s talks right now that I can’t mention. They are making a movie about my life and I know that they’ve talked to Bradley Cooper.

I could see him doing that. I could see him. That’s the only name that’s come up I don’t [think it’s confirmed]. That’s only rumoured. I mean, I’ve heard it officially, but it’s not in place.

So ladies and gentlemen, it’s not true that he’s playing Ric Flair. I’ve heard they’ve talked to him, that’s it.

Bradley Cooper is not playing me in a movie, yet. I hope he does.”

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Legend “Skinner” Steve Keirn celebrates his 71st birthday today.

Steve Keirn used to be a popular performer in several old school territories during the 70s & 80s, both as a singles wrestler and teaming up with Stan Lane as ‘The Fabulous Ones’.

In 1991 he was signed by the World Wrestling Federation, where he became known as Skinner, an alligator hunter from the Everglades in Florida.

Keirn also portrayed the second Doink The Clown at WrestleMania IX.

He’s now known as the head coach of his own Wrestling school in Florida, but has yet to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, which is most likely going to happen at one point within the next 5-10 years.


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