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“He’s one of the best technical workers in the business” – WWF Legend On Brock Lesnar

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• “He’s one of the best technical workers in the business” – WWF Legend On Brock Lesnar

During a recent edition of his podcast, Old School WWF Legend Kurt Angle praised Brock Lesnar’s in-ring skills.

Kurt knew Brock had everything it takes to become successful in the wrestling business, and that’s exactly what happened.

Here’s what Angle said:

“I knew that Vince wanted a program between Brock and I. Brock had just started like maybe 6 months prior, he was relatively new but he was kicking butt.

He had a big impact on the business, he had all the tools necessary to become a hugely successful pro wrestler.

He’s one of the best technical workers in the business, especially when he wants to sell for you.”

Angle then talked about Brock Lesnar vs. AJ Styles from Survivor Series 2017, and said that’s the kind of match he wanted against Brock at WrestleMania 19 back in 2003.

“I remember a match between him and AJ Styles a couple years ago, he said what about this AJ kid? I said he’s really good, if you sell for him Brock, you’ll have a 5 star match.

That was the type of match I wanted to have with Brock. Brock had to sell in order to make the fans believe that I could win.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (February 15, 2008) – Old School NWA Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 2008, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran Johnny Weaver (Real name: Kenneth Eugene Weaver) at the age of 72 due to natural causes.

Weaver wrestled for several NWA territories during the 60s, 70s & 80s, like Championship Wrestling from Florida & Jim Crockett Promotions.

The last time we saw him, he was in Dusty Rhodes’ corner at NWA Starrcade 1987 to support “The American Dream” in a match against Lex Luger.


November 17, 1935 – February 15, 2008

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