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Former WWF Champion Calls For Ric Flair & Eric Bischoff To Bury The Hatchet

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• Former WWF Champion Calls For Ric Flair & Eric Bischoff To Bury The Hatchet

On a recent episode of his weekly ‘The Kurt Angle Show’ podcast, our Olympic Hero advised Ric Flair & Eric Bischoff to bury the hatchet and put everything behind them, that originally caused their respective heat with each other.

Here’s what Kurt Angle said:

“They just need to hang it up. Get over the anger issues of the past. Listen, Ric is a great guy, Eric is a great guy, I know they don’t get along really well but life is too short. You can’t be reminiscing about bad sh*t that occurred in the past, and hold onto that, that’s not good. That’s not good for them or anybody else.”

Ric Flair’s son-in-law Conrad Thompson revealed several days ago that the reason why The Nature Boy was still upset with Bischoff could likely be about something Eric had said on the ESPN ’30 for 30′ Ric Flair documentary.

Here’s what Conrad said:

“When I asked Eric about it, he didn’t remember what he said in the documentary, but Ric said on the podcast that Eric said something on the documentary that when he saw it back, pissed him off. And that’s not the first time that’s happened.

When Ric saw ’30 for 30,’ the ESPN documentary from 5 years ago or whatever it was, he was pretty off about that, too, with what some folks had to say. And so a few people got some nasty text messages, because nobody wants to see or hear or read someone that they know, like, and care about say something that was maybe less than flattering.”

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School World Wrestling Federation Legend Demolition Ax (Real name: Bill Eadie) turns 75 today.

After working the territories for quite a while, he joined the WWF in 1983 as The Masked Superstar, before he became known as Ax, one half of one of the most successful Tag Teams in WWF history: DEMOLITION!

Despite popular misconception, Demolition still holds the record for being the longest title holders of their particular WWF/E World Tag Team Championships for a fact, as the record can not ever be beaten anymore, after those titles were retired in 2010.

The record that those new modern day PG era guys falsely claimed to have broken, actually happened with a different kind of WWE Tag Team Championships, that were only established in 2002, 11 years after Demolition vanished from WWF TV.

Therefore still the longest reigning WWF/E World Tag Team Champions: Demolition !!!!!


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