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Former WWE Tag Team Champion Says His In-Ring Career Is Not Over

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• Former WWE Tag Team Champion Says His In-Ring Career Is Not Over

Former WWE Tag Team Champion Titus O’Neil received the Warrior Award last year, as part of the WWE Hall Of Fame Class Of 2020.

He then hosted WrestleMania 37 along with the legendary Hulk Hogan. Titus hasn’t been seen on WWE programming ever since.

Fans began speculating if Titus’ in-ring career is over, but that’s not the case.

During an interview with Tampa Bay’s 95.3 WDAE FM, Titus revealed that he’s not retired from in-ring competition:

“I’m not retired. I haven’t wrestled in a minute but I had a procedure done on my knees that I’m rehabbing. A lot of people don’t know that so they just assumed that I’ve been retired, but I’m a global ambassador for the company.”

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 62nd birthday of Old School Wrestling Veteran Cousin Junior (Real name: Lanny Kean).

From 1984 to 1986, Cousin Junior portrayed a hillbilly character in the World Wrestling Federation, often teaming up with fellow hillbillies Hillbilly Jim & Uncle Elmer during those days.

After leaving the WWF, he wrestled for several territories and independent promotions, using different names like Moondog Cujo and “Bloody” Ox Brody.


March 19, 1960 – January 13, 2009

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