• Mick Foley Wants Lex Luger In The WWE Hall Of Fame, Luger Responds
WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley recently wrote an article on Lex Luger, where he stated that Luger was way too big of a name to not be in the WWE Hall Of Fame.
Luger read what Foley wrote about him and tweeted the following:
“Wow Mick !!!
Thank you so much for this beautifully written kind and thoughtful article. I admire you as as a fellow performer but much more so for the positive difference you make in my life and so many others just by being who you are. Honored and grateful my friend 😊 “
Wow Mick !!!
Thank you so much for this beautifully written kind and thoughtful article. I admire you as as a fellow performer but much more so for the positive difference you make in my life and so many others just by being who you are. Honored and grateful my friend 😊 https://t.co/s2MPL2I0Yv
— Lex Luger (@GenuineLexLuger) March 22, 2021
You can check out Luger’s major pro-wrestling accomplishments below:
– 2x WCW World Heavyweight Champion
– 2x WCW World Television Champion
– 5x NWA/WCW United States Heavyweight Champion
– 3x NWA/WCW World Tag Team Champion
– Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup (1988)
– WCW Triple Crown Champion
– WWF Royal Rumble 1994 winner (co-winner with Bret Hart)
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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School WWF Veteran The Warlord (Real name: Terry Szopinski) celebrates his 59th birthday today.
Warlord joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1988 as one half of the famous NWA Tag Team ‘The Powers of Pain’.
He then became a singles wrestler in 1990, managed by Slick and later wrestled his final WWF match in April 1992.
In his last major run, he reunited with his Tag Team partner The Barbarian in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, but in a bad booking decision they were put under masks and called The Super Assassins, thus hiding their true, famous & established personas, instead of just bringing them back as The Powers of Pain.
To this day, The Warlord still accepts independent wrestling bookings every now and then, where he still teams up with his long-time Tag Team partner.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY WARLORD!