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“John Cena didn’t want to work Mark Henry on live events because he believed Mark was the sh*ts” – Ryback

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• “John Cena didn’t want to work Mark Henry on live events because he believed Mark was the sh*ts” – Ryback

WWE On FOX’s Twitter account recently asked fans to name the best wrestler to never win the WWE Championship.

Former WWE wrestler Ryback responded to the tweet and called wrestling fake and Titles being props given to wrestlers to help them get over with the fans.

He wrote:

“Wrestling’s fake guys and the Championships are props to market entertainers as ‘Champions’. Nobody has actually ever won or lost a prop, as scripted physical entertainment is incapable of that. This tweet explains so much though on your tv deal with them.”

This comment didn’t sit well with Mark Henry and he ripped Ryback for saying it (tap here to read more).

Ryback then went on to note that his tweet was sarcastic and refused to bad mouth Henry as he has a problem with WWE, not him (tap here to read Ryback’s full response).

Ryback later went on to reveal some backstage stuff about Henry. You can read it below:

“I’m so disappointed in Mark for sh*tting on wrestlers who haven’t won “Championships.” So many men and women have sacrificed so much including their health for the business and to call them failures based off them playing roles is so upsetting to me.

I’m also going to say this. @themarkhenry was asleep in Gorilla prior to our WM Match. A producer came over to me and said “good luck working that fat piece of sh*t”. Mark didn’t want to spend a lot of time coming up with a good match and we got what we got. #Facts

Let’s also just f**king air it all out there. @johncena didn’t want to work
@themarkhenry on live events because he believed Mark was the sh*ts, so I stepped up and offered to work with him, which was much harder on me physically, but knew we would get great reactions.”

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Legend “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase (Theodore DiBiase Sr.) celebrates his 67th birthday today.

He’s the adopted son of Old School Wrestling Legend “Iron” Mike Dibiase, and is also the father of former WWE Superstar Ted DiBiase Jr., who inducted him into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2010.

The Million Dollar Man wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1987 until 1993 and then worked as a manager on WWF TV till he left for WCW in 1996.

He once “bought” the WWF World Heavyweight Championship from André The Giant in 1988, but WWF President Jack Tunney vacated the title for a tournament held at WrestleMania IV.


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