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“Literally hurt my heart” – Mick Foley & Lance Storm React To Kane’s Tweet On Gun Violence

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• “Literally hurt my heart” – Mick Foley & Lance Storm React To Kane’s Tweet On Gun Violence

Political Commentator Hannah Cox posted a video about Gun Violence on Twitter with the following description:

“Make people learn how to read data again.

Watch @brad_polumbo & I discuss the ways the left misconstrues rates of gun violence in this country on the BASEDBrief.”

This led to WWE Hall Of Famer Kane (Glenn Jacobs, Mayor of Knox County) tweet the following:

“Every violent death is a tragedy. That said, the mainstream media would have you believe that America is the land of gun violence and mass shootings when, in fact, as @HannahDCox points out, our per capita rates of gun deaths are actually much lower than many other countries.”

This led to Kane’s former WWF Tag Team partner X-Pac replying the following:

“Breaks my heart reading this shit from you. WTF man?!”

WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley tweeted:

“Reading this cold, callous tweet from Glenn Jacobs literally hurt my heart.”

WWF/WCW Veteran Lance Storm also responded to Kane:

“So you’re saying all of these deaths, including the 19 kids in Uvalde are at an acceptable rate or tragedy, and nothing needs to be done?”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WRESTLING HISTORY (June 10, 1991) – UWF Fury Hour

On this day in 1991, Herb Abrams´ Universal Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘UWF Fury Hour’.

This episode was pre-taped on May 10th, 1991 at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City, New York.

The card can be found below:

Joshua Ben-Gurion vs. Hog Calhoun

Cpl. Chris Michaels & Tom Brandi vs. Captain Badd & The Beast

Ask the Wrestlers feat. Col. DeBeers

Wet N’ Wild vs. Brian Donahue & The Messenger

UWF Golden Oldie: Paul Orndoff vs. Steve Williams in a Lumberjack Match (from 3/11/91)

The Power Twins vs. Cash Johnson & Soul Train Philips

UWF Golden Oldie: B. Brian Blair vs. Mike Williams (from 1/14/91)

        
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