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“Don’t always meet your heroes” – WWE Veteran On Working With Chris Jericho

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• “Don’t always meet your heroes” – WWE Veteran On Working With Chris Jericho

WWE Ruthless Aggression Era Veteran Paul London worked with his childhood hero Chris Jericho several times during his time in WWE, but it seems they didn’t exactly have the best chemistry in the ring together.

During a recent interview with ‘Wrestling Then And Now’, the former WWE Tag Team Champion revealed that his experience working with Jericho was anything but positive.

Here’s what Paul London had to say:

“Chris Jericho? Honestly, I am trying not to censor or mute myself now but, don’t always meet your heroes, you know. Don’t always meet your heroes.

I loved Jericho as a kid. As you start to work with guys, you see different sides of them.

I mean, no, he’ll talk about himself enough I’m sure. What am I gonna add to him?”

Paul London wrestled for WWE from October 2003 until he was released in November 2008.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 13, 1989) – WWF Boston Garden House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 13, 1989, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show at the Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

The show was televised on NESN (New England Sports Network) and featured Tony Schiavone & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary.

The results can be found below:

The Red Rooster defeated The Brooklyn Brawler

Barry Horowitz defeated Dusty Wolfe

Tom Magee defeated Tim Horner

The Warlord defeated Koko B. Ware

Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau

King Jim Duggan defeated Haku

Big John Studd defeated Andre the Giant by DQ

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