During an appearance on the ‘Pounding the Meat’ podcast, former WWF Intercontinental Champion Ahmed Johnson spoke about his 1996 rivalry with Jeff Jarrett and revealed that one of the Guitar shots to his head by Jarrett was way too hard.
Here’s what Ahmed said about Double J:
“Well, the time he hit me with that guitar, I don’t know if you remember that Guitar shot I took, I mean he laid it in there, man.
Now, I don’t know if he used the right wood or what, but when he rung it in there, it rung my bell, and I was kinda upset about that for a while, so me and Jeff Jarrett didn’t get along all that good.”
Ahmed Johnson wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from July 1995 until February 1998.
He would later show up in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, where he was known as ‘Big T’ and formed the short-lived Tag Team known as ‘Harlem Heat 2000’ with Booker T’s brother Stevie Ray from January 2000 until he was fired from WCW in April 2000.
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