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Mandy Rose Would Love To See Triple H Bring A 39-Year-Old Male Wrestler Back To WWE

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• Mandy Rose Would Love To See Triple H Bring A 39-Year-Old Male Wrestler Back To WWE

NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose’s fiancé Tino Sabbatelli (age 39) had two runs in WWE’s developmental brand, and both of them ended with him getting released.

Chris Van Vliet recently asked Mandy on his Insight podcast if she would like to see Triple H bring Tino back to WWE.

Below is what the leader of Toxic Attraction said:

“I would love that. I think there is so much, obviously, we know, there is so much missed opportunity and so much potential that we could see.

(Tino looks like a million bucks) I know! I don’t get it either, and not a lot of people get it, but you know how it is in this business, it’s hard to get, but I mean, I think it would be awesome. I would love it. You never know, right?”

Below are some photos of them together:

WATCH: Mandy Rose’s Revealing Photoshoot:

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 30, 1997) – ECW November To Remember 1997

On this day in Old School Pro Wrestling history on November 30, 1997, ECW aired their annual November To Remember PPV LIVE from the Golden Dome in Monaca, Pennsylvania.

4,634 people in attendance that night witnessed some of the greatest names in Extreme Championship Wrestling history, including the likes of Sabu, Rob Van Dam, The Sandman, Bam Bam Bigelow, Tommy Dreamer, Taz and Shane Douglas.

When Wrestling (and even Hardcore Wrestling) was still AWESOME …

Here are the results:

Chris Candido & Lance Storm defeated Tommy Rogers & Jerry Lynn

Mikey Whipwreck defeated Justin Credible

ECW World TV Championship: Taz (c) defeated Pitbull #2

4 Way – ECW World Tag Team Championship: The F.B.I. defeated The Dudley Boyz, The Hardcore Chair Swingin’ Freaks & The Gangstanators

Flag match: Rob Van Dam defeated Tommy Dreamer

Tables & Ladders: Sabu defeated The Sandman

ECW World Heavyweight Championship: Shane Douglas defeated Bam Bam Bigelow (c)

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