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Lars Sullivan’s Fine Is The 2nd Highest Fine Ever In WWE

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Legend The Godfather (Real name: Charles Wright) celebrates his 58th birthday today.

During his World Wrestling Federation career, The Godfather was also known as Papa Shango (1992-1993), “The Supreme Fighting Machine” Kama (1995-1996), Nation of Domination’s Kama Mustafa (1997-1998) & The Goodfather (2000-2001).

In 2016, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by “The APA” JBL & Ron Simmons.

Despite being retired from the sport of Professional Wrestling, The Godfather still returns every now and then to appear in some comedy segments, usually on Anniversary Shows & “Old School RAW” special episodes.


• Lars Sullivan’s Fine Is The 2nd Highest Fine Ever In WWE

As we all know by now, WWE is fining Lars Sullivan $100,000 for the controversial comments he made years ago.

According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, Sullivan’s $100,000 fine is is now tied for the 2nd highest fine ever in WWE history:

“I know some people thought that stuff was not real, the fine’s real.

I mean they publicly announced the number and they’ve never done that before. I mean there have been guys to get fined. Steve Austin got fined $250,000 if you remember for walking out and Batista got fined $100,000 for blading when he was told he wasn’t supposed to. Those are the two biggest fines I’ve ever heard. There might be others, but those are the two I’ve heard.

So this would be tied for the second biggest fine in the history of the company.”

Also Read: Titus O’Neil Reacts To Vince McMahon Taking Action Against Lars Sullivan

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