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Mick Foley Takes Blame For Poor Reception Of WWE 24/7 Championship

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• Old School Wrestler Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF developmental wrestler Bryan Danielson (now competing under the name Daniel Bryan) turns 38 today.

After coming out of “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michael’s wrestling school in 2000, Danielson was signed to a developmental contract by the World Wrestling Federation, where he went on to wrestle in occasional dark-matches, house-show matches and spent most of the time, wrestling for the WWF developmental promotion ‘Memphis Championship Wrestling’ (successor of the USWA), before being released in 2001.

Bryan returned to the now renamed WWE in 2002, though without a contract, doing jobs on smaller C-shows like HEAT & Velocity before leaving again in 2003.

After finding success on the independent scene (ROH, …) he finally received a WWE contract in 2010, starting as one of the NXT Season 1 rookies, but ended up last with a score of 0 wins and 10 losses.


• Mick Foley Takes Blame For Poor Reception Of WWE 24/7 Championship

WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley introduced the WWE 24/7 Championship on this week’s episode of RAW and it got a poor reception from the crowd.

Foley went on Twitter and took blame for the poor reception:

Below is the list of WWE 24/7 Champions so far:

– Titus O’Neil (Inaugural Champion)

– Robert Roode

– R-Truth (Current Champion)

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