• Bryan Danielson Only Talks About The Size Of P*nises In The AEW Locker Room
At Starrcast V earlier this year, Renee Paquette accused Bryan Danielson of “f**king with people” in the AEW locker room.
Bryan then said the following:
“I’m not f**king with people. I came in and everybody was on their phones in the locker room. That’s not what I want. The last 3 years of my career, I don’t want to spend in the locker room with a bunch of young guys looking at their phone.
So, we start… we talk about flaccid p*nises, a$exually. We are not talking about anything that would be considered perverted. It’s just amongst the boys. It’s the boys talking about flaccid p*nises. It is a blast.”
During a recent interview with Fightful, Dax Harwood (fka Scott Dawson in WWE) was asked what Bryan talks about in the locker room.
The current ROH, IWGP & AAA Tag Team Champion confirmed that Bryan only talks about the size of p*nises in the AEW locker room.
Here’s what Harwood said:
“I have not seen that headline, but I will tell you this, that story along with many other stories, he talks about nonstop.
All he does is talk about p*nis sizes in the locker room. Everyone is like, ‘Bryan, why are we talking about this?'”
Bryan Danielson was originally trained at the Texas Wrestling Academy (TWA) in San Antonio, Texas by WWF Legend Shawn Michaels and had his professional wrestling debut in 1999, before he was a WWF developmental wrestler between 2000 and 2001, while working for the official WWF developmental promotion Memphis Championship Wrestling (MCW).
He is however best remembered for his 2010-2021 WWE run as Daniel Bryan, where he became a multiple-time World Champion, among several other title wins & two WrestleMania main events.
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• Old School ECW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School ECW Veteran Super Crazy (Real name: Francisco Rueda) celebrates his 49th birthday today.
After a career in Mexico and a short stint as ‘Super Loco’ on the World Wrestling Federation’s short-lived lucha libre themed TV-Show ‘Super Astros’, he joined Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling in 1998 and stayed with the promotion till the bitter end in January 2001.
Years later Vince McMahon brought him back to the (now renamed) WWE, where Super Crazy joined forces with Psicosis & Juventud Guerrera to create the faction ‘The Mexicools’.
Since his WWE release in 2008, he’s wrestling on the independent scene all over the world.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SUPER CRAZY!