• Bruce Prichard Says The Undertaker Can Come Back At Every WrestleMania For The Rest Of His Life, Which WrestleMania 34 Match Is He Looking Forward To The Most
During a recent interview with Newsweek, Old School WWF Veteran Bruce Prichard (a.k.a Brother Love in the WWF) talked about the WrestleMania 34 card & the match he’s looking forward to the most, Undertaker returning at WrestleMania & more.
Below are the highlights:
On the WrestleMania 34 card & the match he anticipates the most:
“Yea! Regardless of how you look at it, Brock Lesnar is the Universal Champion and he’s a monster and a top draw. I’m looking forward to that, from the aspect of ‘What are they going to do?’ Everyone thinks the obvious pick is to go with Roman Reigns, but who knows?! That’s the beauty of WrestleMania and that’s the beauty of being able to book something that people can’t call. Some of the other matches I’m looking forward to are Shinsuke and AJ Styles. They’ll probably steal the show as far as matches go. But there’s the intrigue of Triple H and Steph versus Kurt and Ronda Rousey. So there’s a lot going on. There’s something for everybody, which is what WrestleMania is all about.”
On The Undertaker returning at WrestleMania:
“I think the Undertaker can come back every WrestleMania for the rest of his life, even if he’s on a walker, and the audience will be happy to see him. The match last year was the match last year. I saw him recently, around Thanksgiving, and I haven’t seen him look that good in 10-15 years. I think him coming back right now is great. I don’t know if he’s fully committed to it, but that’s his decision whatever he wants to do.”
On WWE removing Fabulous Moolah’s name from the upcoming Women’s Battle Royal:
“I haven’t seen a whole lot of (the backlash), just bits and pieces. But no matter what, in today’s society, you’re going to get backlash in whatever you do. There’s always going to be a segment that is going to want to dwell on the negative. Moolah’s past, the woman that I knew, was always very classy and a very sweet, giving lady. And without her, frankly, there wouldn’t be a Women’s Division. She pioneered it, she was the one who worked the roads.
The rumor and innuendo and other stuff, I don’t know if there’s any truth to it or not. A lot of times, where there’s smoke, there’s fire. But from my personal experience, I always found Moolah to be a wonderful human being. She was always good to me, and she treated me well. From my dealings with her, I don’t have anything bad to say. I’m not going to say anyone else is right or wrong, because I don’t know. That would be speaking out of ignorance and I don’t want to do that.”
• Major Update On Brock Lesnar’s Post-WrestleMania 34 Status
UFC President Dana White confirmed on last night’s UFC Tonight show that former UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar will be returning to the UFC.
Below is what Dana said:
“Yeah. Brock Lesnar’s coming back. I don’t know when but yes he is.”
This most likely means Lesnar won’t be re-signing with WWE and will leave the company after this Sunday’s WrestleMania 34.
Brock Lesnar was last seen in the Octagon at UFC 200, where he defeated Mark Hunt, but the decision was turned to a no-contest when Lesnar failed multiple drug tests related to the fight.