• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 4, 2008) – Old School WWF Developmental Wrestler Passed Away
On this day in 2008, we lost former Old School WWF Developmental Wrestler Steve Bradley (Real name: Steven Bisson), who passed away at the very young age of 32.
Steve Bradley was signed to a World Wrestling Federation contract from 1998 till 2002, but didn’t make it to WWF TV in those years and only competed in dark matches and at House Shows.
During those years, he was sent to various official WWF developmental territories such as Memphis Power Pro Wrestling, Ohio Valley Wrestling, Memphis Championship Wrestling and the Heartland Wrestling Association.
In 1999, Bradley trained with then upcoming Superstar Kurt Angle, under the guidance of coach “Dr. of Desire” Tom Prichard.
When Angle was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017, he mentioned Steve Bradley and thanked him for being an unsung hero.
† REST IN PEACE
December 10, 1975 – December 4, 2008
• John Morrison Returning On WWE Show Next Week
As we all know by now, John Morrison has signed a multi-year deal with WWE.
Morrison will now be appearing on WWE’s “The Bump” YouTube show next week.
— WWE’s The Bump (@WWETheBump) December 4, 2019
• Seth Rollins Comments On Fiend’s Red Light
During his appearance on this week’s WWE Backstage, Seth Rollins was asked about working in red lights with The Fiend and below is what Rollins said:
“So that was a mess for me, right?
Because first of all, you’re in this dark red. The cell is also red and so you’re trying to navigate around the edges of the cell and it’s very tight quarters to begin with. It was a mess.
It was very difficult to deal with especially not knowing what was going to happen. I for one am not a fan [of the red light] I think it affects my performance personally.”
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