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Jake Roberts Reveals His Only WWF Storyline He Would Change If He Could

During a recent episode of his weekly ‘The Snake Pit’ podcast, Old School WWF Legend Jake Roberts revealed the only storyline in his career that he would go back in time for, in order to change it.

Here’s what Jake The Snake said:

“Yeah, the Randy Savage and me storyline in the early 1990s. That whole storyline was so good, and it was cut so short.

They hadn’t even touched the tip of that. And that was sudden, they snapped it off, and that was it, which made me sick because hell, we didn’t even go all the way around, you know?

And for it to be cut that short, it was just disgusting. But what am I? I don’t know. Yeah, that’s the one that sticks out.”

He was then asked by his co-host, if it matters whether you win or lose a pro wrestling match.

Here’s what Jake replied:

“It doesn’t. It didn’t ever matter to me who went over. You don’t have enough talent to persevere in losing a match, then you’re in the wrong damn business. If you go out and do your job right, the fans don’t even remember.”

Roberts wrestled for many, many years and worked for several major promotions during his long, illustrious career, including the World Wrestling Federation (1986-1992 & 1996-1997), Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (1992) and Extreme Championship Wrestling (1997 & 1998).

Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts is working as a manager for Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling since 2019 and is also working backstage to teach a lot of the AEW wrestlers how to cut promos and how to establish their characters.

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