• “Hulk’s always been really nice to me, but that doesn’t make him a great human being” – Top WWE Star
During a recent appearance on The Complex Sports Podcast, former WWE Champion Seth Rollins was asked who’s on his Mount Rushmore of Pro-Wrestling.
Here’s what Rollins said:
“If you just go basically what they’ve done in WWE, you’re probably going to have to go [John] Cena. I think Cena. Gosh, it’s really toss up between Rock and Stone Cold. I’m gonna have to say Stone Cold on that. Probably [Hulk] Hogan and then probably [Bruno] Sammartino.
Rock’s a fair argument, but I would argue that Steve’s impact on the WWE is bigger than Rock’s, especially during his time here because Rock had a pretty short run. He was really on top for not very long, and then he jettisoned out and now he’s the biggest movie star in the business.
So not taking anything away Dwayne, from DJ, from my guy but Austin was the bigger fan favorite in the late ’90s and really ushered in the Attitude Era, I would say, more so than anybody. And Rock was a big part of the Attitude Era in the back end of it but wasn’t necessarily the catalyst for it like Steve was.
Steve was the catalyst for business being as good as it was, and he was the guy that was selling out the arenas and the t-shirts with the Austin 3:16 and all that. So yeah, that’s a tough one.
Shawn [Michaels] is my favorite. Shawn’s my favorite wrestler of all time, but we’re talking about contributions to WWE and what they’ve meant to the business, and look, if it were up to me, in that situation, I would scratch Hogan off that sucker probably.
But again, if we’re just talking not the kind of human being you are but we’re talking about your contributions as a wrestler to the company, okay, Hogan was responsible for everything that happened after the late ’80s.
Look, Hulk’s always been really nice to me, but that doesn’t make him a great human being.”
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• ON THIS DAY IN WRESTLING HISTORY (April 8, 1991) – UWF Fury Hour
On this day in 1991, Herb Abrams´ Universal Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘UWF Fury Hour’.
This episode was pre-taped on March 10th, 1991 at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City, New York.
Craig DeGeorge & Bruno Sammartino were doing commentary for the show.
The card can be found below:
– Terry Gordy vs Captain Badd
– Brian Blair vs Brian Donahue
– Capt. Lou’s Corner w/Terry Gordy
– Don Muraco vs Afa
– Ask the Wrestlers feat. Bob Orton Jr.
– Paul Orndorff vs Carmine Albano
– Wet N’ Wild vs Bob Orton Jr. & Cactus Jack