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Former WWE Wrestler Confronted Baron Corbin For Talking Rudely to Him

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• Former WWE Wrestler Confronted Baron Corbin For Talking Rudely to Him

During WWE’s European Tours, new WWE wrestlers have to carry crates of beer from the bus to the hotel.

Former RAW Tag Team Champion Rezar (of AOP / Authors Of Pain) was not aware of this and went straight to the catering area after arriving at the Hotel.

This didn’t sit well with Baron Corbin, who called him a ‘young boy’ and ordered him to get the crate of beers.

During a recent interview on Renee Young’s podcast, Rezar talked about this incident and said the following:

“‘You call me young boy in front of everybody? Are you serious?’

So I said, ‘Baron, come here, man,’ in front of the whole crowd. Everybody went quiet. I said, ‘Come here, are you seriously talking to me like this?’

He goes, ‘I apologize,’ this, that, right? ‘I didn’t mean to say it like that, but I did it [carry the beers], everybody does it.’”

Rezar also revealed that a lot of wrestlers started having problems with AOP once they became the RAW Tag Team Champions:

“We were just cool, but people thought because we were new and we became Champions that we were gonna start turning into d*ckheads.

We didn’t, we were the nicest guys still as Champions. We don’t care if we’re Champions or not, obviously everybody knows the script, so we didn’t care.

We saw a lot of people turn a different way once that happened.”

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 71st birthday of Old School Wrestling Legend Jumbo Tsuruta (Real name: Tomomi Tsuruta).

As an Amateur Greco-Roman Wrestler Tsuruta competed in the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Germany, before becoming a professional wrestler, who worked for Giant Baba’s All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) among several other territories.

The highlight of his career was without a doubt becoming the AWA World Heavyweight Champion by defeating Nick Bockwinkel on February 23, 1984.


March 25, 1951 – May 13, 2000

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