• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School WWF/WCW Veteran “Pretty” Paul Roma (Real name: Paul Centopani) celebrates his 59th birthday today.
Paul Roma wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1984 until late 1991 and then for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling from 1993 till 1995.
During his WWF run he teamed with Jim Powers as “The Young Stallions” and later with Hercules as “Power and Glory”, while in WCW he became a member of the famous faction “The 4 Horsemen” right away, before teaming up with Paul Orndorff as “Pretty Wonderful”.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAUL ROMA!
• Firefly Fun House Director Teases Big Things For Bray Wyatt’s New Character
During a recent appearance on Wrestling Reality podcast, Firefly Fun House director Jason Baker talked about Bray Wyatt’s new character and teased big things for the former WWE Champion while putting him over.
Below is what Jason said:
“I cannot wait for the fans to see what comes next. I think it’s gonna catch some people off guard in a good way.
Bray is great. He’s intense. He’s always thinking, and then he’s thinking past what he’s thinking. That man is… what’s that old saying? The razor’s edge between genius and insanity? And that man walks that razor’s edge constantly. Very, very smart.
Smarter than a lot of people give him credit for. Great to collaborate with. You think you’re gonna throw an idea at him, he comes back with eight. You think you’re gonna hit him up with a piece of trivial knowledge, he’ll hit right back. He’ll see your trivial knowledge and then raise ya.
He is a unique, unique human being. Its been an absolute pleasure and an honor to get to collaborate with this gentleman — with someone who just puts such a thought process into his craft.
I’ve had the opportunity of working on films with Russell Crowe and Tom Cruise, Will Smith and a bunch of other people working here in the Pittsburgh film industry and his mindset for his character development is on par with those guys. It’s a site to see. It’s something definitely to behold.
I was thoroughly impressed with how much dedication he brings into his art and to his craft.”
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