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Goldust Reveals Vince McMahon’s Reaction To His First Ever $exual Act In The Ring

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• OLD SCHOOL HISTORY (January 30, 1993) – WWF Superstars of Wrestling

On this day in 1993, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Superstars of Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped at the Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio, Texas and featured matches, promos & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF WrestleMania IX’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

– The Headshrinkers vs. Reno Riggins & Bobby Perez

– Damien Demento vs. Tommy Knight

– Mr. Perfect vs. Louie Spicolli

– Shawn Michaels vs. Gary Jackson

– High Energy vs. The Brooklyn Brawler & Chuck West

– Bob Backlund vs. Iron Mike Sharpe

– Razor Ramon vs. Pete Christie

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• Goldust Reveals Vince McMahon’s Reaction To His First Ever $exual Act In The Ring

During a recent appearance on WINCLY podcast, Old School WWF Veteran Goldust talked about working with Scott Hall, Savio Vega, his first $exual act in the ring & more.

Below are the highlights:

On working with Scott Hall (Razor Ramon):

“Scott was fun to work with, he’s a great worker. We didn’t always see eye to eye with things back then and the direction the character was going. But we got through it and we did some good business, and I had fun. It’s one of my most memorable moments too, along with the Roddy Piper Backlot Brawl at WrestleMania 12. He definitely helped the Goldust character and getting it some notoriety and getting it out there. Scott’s a great dude, we had fun.

Back then I was young and I was just really hungry to try this character and to do my best to get it over. I loved running into things, and I remember when we shot the backstage fight scene with me and Scott, it was in Bangor, Maine. It’s cold outside, it’s snowing, and Vince just shows up. It’s a house show, it’s a live event and that’s when Vince used to go to a lot of the live events, which I really loved because he was like one of the boys. He loved the business, he would stand at the curtain and ‘ooh’ and ‘ah’ over big spots, it was a lot of fun, it was nice to talk to him then outside of an office setting.

I was looking for things for Scott Hall to throw me into, we had tables and this electrical panel. The more I can get out of running into something and making it seem like he’s just killing me, the better. It makes me feel good because I’m selling something, I love to do that. I love to make things more than they are. We were doing that, and we did it and the character, I think, a big part of it was I put my 110% into it.”

On Vince McMahon’s reaction to his first ever $exual act in the ring:

“We were at the Garden and I was working with Savio Vega. Savio is very underrated, he got the Goldust character to where it needed to be, in my opinion. Savio pulled some stuff out of me that I did not want to do and we tried it in the Garden and the people just went nuts. That was the first time that I had done anything kind of $exual towards another man in the wrestling ring, and it got over and the people just blew the roof off.

At the end of that match – I wasn’t used to the suits yet, the singlet uni-suits I wore were very hot, I couldn’t breathe. I get to the back and I’m asking people to help me grab this suit. I’m laying down on the ground because we just went out there and tore it up for 25 minutes in Madison Square Garden and Vince kneels over and he’s looking at me and he’s got this grin on his face.

I get back through the curtain and Vince grabs me and is hugging me like, ‘Holy sh*t that was awesome, man!’ It was like he was such a fan, he was such a huge fan at that moment and it made me feel like, ‘Wow, man, my boss is really putting this over, I must’ve done something good.’ It made me feel wanted and cared for. Vince does that, it was awesome.”

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