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“I didn’t think it made sense” – WWE Personality To Big E About WWE Title Win

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• “I didn’t think it made sense” – WWE Personality To Big E About WWE Title Win

During a recent interview on Throwing Down w/ Renee & Miesha, WWE Personality Peter Rosenberg expressed his displeasure with how Big E became the WWE Champion last year and his Title reign, which ended on the first day of 2022.

Below is what Peter said:

“When he won the Title, and I told him this the other day. I admitted this to him, ‘I was in this awkward position of when you won the Title, everyone was so hyped up, and I didn’t like the way you got it. I didn’t think it made sense. I thought it was really rushed.’

They were just one night like, ‘Big E is cashing in tonight.’ It was promoted and here’s the time. They literally ran a commercial break between him cashing in and the match.

Can you do any more to suspend any sort of disbelief about what the cash-in is?

The funny thing is, all these ‘smart wrestling fans’, they’re all like, ‘We know wrestling so well,’ but when someone wins a Title, they think that’s the only thing that matters. But how they get the Title, and what happens once they have the Title, is more important for their long term story.

As you saw with the way Big E was tossed from the Rumble, they obviously at this moment don’t have any real plans. That’s how it felt to me.”

Big E is now back on SmackDown, teaming up with Kofi Kingston again.

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Attitude Era Veteran Gangrel (Real name: David Heath) celebrates his 53rd birthday today.

After doing jobs for all the 2 big promotions of the 90s (WWF/WCW) under his real name, he joined the World Wrestling Federation full-time in the summer of 1998 and was given the name Gangrel.

Gangrel, who portrayed a vampire gimmick, became famous as the leader of the faction ‘The Brood’ with Edge & Christian … and later on as the leader of ‘The New Brood’ featuring The Hardy Boyz.

He returned briefly in 2004 to wrestle The Undertaker, and again in 2007 to participate in the 15-man battle royal on the 15th Anniversary WWE Raw special.


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