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“He don’t even take my phone calls now” – WWF Legend On Vince McMahon

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• “He don’t even take my phone calls now” – WWF Legend On Vince McMahon

During a recent interview with WrestlingInc, WWF Legend “Stone Cold” Steve Austin talked about WWF putting WCW out of business.

Austin talked about his conversation with Vince McMahon about it:

“I don’t know what kind of answer he gave me, it was so long ago.

It was like when I used to ask him about putting all these guys out of business and he goes, ‘Steve, I didn’t put everybody out of business. They simply didn’t have the foresight or the vision’ and he goes on and on and on.

Vince is the master of the Jedi mind tricks. Vince is a super interesting guy, you should talk to him one of these days. I have so much respect and love for that guy, it’s unbelievable.”

Austin then had the following to say about their relationship now:

“He don’t even take my phone calls but let me tell you, back when I was working on top, when I called Vince, that phone didn’t ring a half time before he picked it up.

Now I’ll send him a text message and I’ll get an answer back in a couple of days.”

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• Old School ECW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School ECW Veteran Ulf Herman (Real name: Ulf Nadrowski) celebrates his 55th birthday today.

The German Wrestler originally made a name for himself in Otto Wanz’s CWA promotion, before he joined Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling in 1998.

In ECW, Ulf became a member of Lance Wright’s faction “The Wright Connection”, but later also joined the more famous stable “The Full Blooded Italians”.

He appeared at big ECW events like ‘A Matter of Respect 1998’, ‘November to Remember 1998’ and ‘House Party 1999’.


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