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John Cena Reacts To Batista Not Wanting To Do A Movie With Him

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• John Cena Reacts To Batista Not Wanting To Do A Movie With Him

In a recent interview with the Esquire podcast, WWE Legend John Cena stated that he’s super sad about fellow WWE Legend Batista saying that he doesn’t work to work in a movie with him.

Here’s what the 16-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion had to say:

“I’m super sad about that, because Dave Bautista is an unbelievably gifted actor. He’s done some amazing work. But I think when someone makes a statement like that, I think the important thing is to try and look at things from their perspective.

He really just wants to be identified and recognized for his work. And I cannot fault him for that. I applaud him for it. To be brave enough to say something like that kind of allows him to go forth on his own and I appreciate that.

I don’t have any beef with Dave and I genuinely think he doesn’t have beef with me.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (August 30, 2008) – Old School WWWF Legend Passed Away

On this day in 2008, we lost Old School WWWF Legend Killer Kowalski (Real name: Walter Kowalski) at the age of 81 due to a heart attack .

Killer Kowalski wrestled from 1948 till his retirement from active in-ring competition in 1977.

In his pro-wrestling school, he trained several wrestlers, who eventually became famous stars on their own, such as “The Game” Triple H, Big John Studd, Chyna & Perry Saturn.

In 1996, Kowalski was inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame (now known as WWE Hall of Fame) by his former student Hunter Hearst Helmsley (now known as Triple H).

† REST IN PEACE KILLER KOWALSKI

October 13, 1926 – August 30, 2008

        
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