• The Miz Reveals What Vince McMahon Told Him After His WWE Championship Victory
During a recent interview with WWE, Raw Superstar The Miz recalled his WWE Championship victory, losing his cool on Talking Smack against Daniel Bryan & more. Below are the highlights:
On what Vince McMahon told him after his WWE Championship victory:
“Vince McMahon, kind of giving me the ‘Okay, we’re going with you, kid. We’re doing it.’ Vince always saw the talent, he was always my biggest supporter. When you come into WWE- it’s like a fraternity, fans don’t like you, because you’re an outsider, you’re from a reality show, you’re not supposed to have talent.
The locker room doesn’t like you, you get thrown out of the locker room, and then going back and having Vince telling me ‘We’re going with you. I know you can do it,’ solidifies everything. Everything I worked for. It was awesome.”
On losing his cool on Talking Smack against Daniel Bryan:
“There were a lot of emotions going on here. This wasn’t just to Daniel; this was like, to everyone. I unleashed a lot because Creative had nothing for me that day, and I went, ‘What?’ They were like ‘Yeah, you’re not on the show tonight.’ What do you mean I’m not on the show? I’m the Intercontinental Champion.
They were like, ‘Yeah, but we’re introducing new titles, we’re introducing the new Tag Team Titles and the new SmackDown Women’s Title, and so, we don’t have room for the Intercontinental Championship.’ I was like ‘Wait a second, you’re introducing new titles, but what about the rich history of this title?
The title that you guys just keep throwing back, and throwing back, and throwing back. Burying it, burying it, and burying it, and I’m sick of it.’ I was so aggravated, I was so sick of it. And I was like, ‘Put me on Talking Smack tonight, I’m going to unleash havoc on everything and everyone.'”
• Old School Video History (December 26th)
On this day in 1986, WWF Women’s Champion The Fabulous Moolah defended her title against #1 contender Leilani Kai at a televised Madison Square Garden house show.
Old School Women’s Wrestling at its finest…
You can watch the full match below:
• Former WWF Diva Says Now Is The Right Time To Bring XFL Back Because NFL Is Vulnerable, Says She’s Willing To Be The Head Cheerleader Or Referee
During a recent interview with TMZ Sports, former WWF Diva Torrie Wilson gave her views on the reports of Vince McMahon bringing XFL back. Torrie noted how NFL is vulnerable at the moment and a smart man like Vince McMahon could take advantage of this.
Torrie also said that she’s willing to be the head cheerleader or the referee. You can watch the interview below: