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Former WWF Wrestler Says He Was Intimidated By Vince McMahon

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• Former WWF Wrestler Says He Was Intimidated By Vince McMahon

During a recent appearance on WWE’s The Bump, former WWF wrestler Maven talked about meeting Vince McMahon.

Here’s what Maven said:

“Listen, if I was confident, then I was a better actor than I know. Anyone trying to break into the business that isn’t intimidated by Vince McMahon, [then] they’re lying to you.

People ask me all the time what Vince is like, and I tell them he’s the ultimate businessman. He signs the front of the checks and I sign the back.

Vince is the kind of guy that sees something in you before you see it in you, and I’m hoping that’s what got me in WWE. I hope that he saw what I could be in the business.”

Also Read: “He helped my career more than anyone” – Maven On The Undertaker

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• Old School WWF Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 65th birthday of Old School WWF Legend & WrestleMania 2 Main Eventer, King Kong Bundy (Real name: Christopher Pallies).

King Kong Bundy wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1985 till 1988 and again from 1994 to 1995, but later continued to wrestle on the independent scene until he retired in 2006.

The highlight of his professional wrestling career was without a shadow of a doubt, main eventing WrestleMania 2 against WWF World Heavyweight Champion “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan in a Steel Cage.

King Kong Bundy has yet to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, which they failed on doing while he was still alive, similar to another big man, Big Van Vader, who also passed away without being inducted (which is obviously going to happen in the future).

Bundy guest-starred in 2 episodes of the legendary comedy series “Married…with Children”.


November 7, 1955 – March 4, 2019

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