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Former WWE Champion Wants To Return To The Company, Open To A Hall Of Fame Induction As Well

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• Former WWE Champion Wants To Return To The Company, Open To A Hall Of Fame Induction As Well

Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio, who wrestles outside of WWE as Alberto El Patron, was recently interviewed by SK Wrestling, where he revealed that he would be open to a WWE return, as well as a potential Hall of Fame induction.

It’s safe to say that not many people would actually consider Del Rio’s 2010-2014 or his 2015-2016 run Hall of Fame worthy, despite winning 4 World Titles during that time.

Here’s what Alberto had to say on returning to WWE:

“Of course, first of all, I would say thank you. Thank you for the opportunity, and sorry for the mistakes I made, I just didn’t know. Sometimes I would just, I did it because it was personal. Now, as a promoter, I know there is nothing personal in pro wrestling. It’s just business. I’m sorry for my mistakes.

No excuse, but I was also going through a difficult time in my life when I got divorced, I lost a fantastic woman, the mother of my children, for my mistakes, and that put me in a deep depression. But that’s just for me to handle. It’s not an excuse. It takes a toll on you and your body, and your mind and your spirit. So, I will say thank you and sorry, and I would do it again.”

Also Read: “The only reason why you still have a job is because I never exposed you” – Alberto Del Rio To Paige

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (June 28, 1986) – WWF Superstars of Wrestling

On this day in 1986, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Superstars of Wrestling’.

This was the original third nationally syndicated show that later became known as “WWF Wrestling Spotlight” after the August 30, 1986 episode.

NOT to be confused with the famous “WWF Superstars of Wrestling” TV show, that eventually took over WWF Championship Wrestling in September 1986 and ran until 1997, before becoming a recap/highlights show that ran till 2001.

Here’s the card:

Cpl. Kirchner & George Steele vs. Scrubs

WWF Update

Mike Rotundo & Dan Spivey vs. Scrubs

The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff vs. The Marcus Brothers

Billy Jack Haynes vs. Scrub

The Flower Shop feat. Hulk Hogan

Don Muraco & Mr. Fuji on TNT

Jim Neidhart vs. Scrub

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