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R-Truth On Which Word Vince McMahon Hates The Most

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• R-Truth On Which Word Vince McMahon Hates The Most

We all know that certain words are banned on WWE programming these days, including words like Babyface, Heel, Kayfabe, … and many others (tap here to read the complete list).

During an interview with Bally Sports’ Brandon Robinson, WWF/E Veteran R-Truth (fka K-Kwik during the Attitude Era) revealed that Vince McMahon hates the word “belt” the most.

When asked which Title he wants to win the most, Truth said:

“I mean, I’m an accepting guy. I’ll take ANY belt and take it to the highest of beltstivity (laughs). That’s what I do.

Whether if it’s WWE — and it’s not called a belt. It’s called a championship or a title. Vince McMahon says a belt is something you use to keep your pants up. So it’s a championship title, you see what I’m sayin’? (laughs)

But I would take any of those championship titles because they’re all prestigious titles and it’s an accomplishment. If you win one of the Tag (Team) Titles, it’s an accomplishment. So I think that any one of ‘em I think that you would be honored to have.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 29, 1986) – WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event 8

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 29, 1986, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event 8’ on NBC.

The entire event was originally taped on November 15, 1986 at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California.

Here are the results:

WWF Intercontinental Championship: Randy Savage (c) vs. Jake Roberts ended in a Double DQ

WWF World Heavyweight Championship: Hulk Hogan (c) defeated Hercules Hernandez

Roddy Piper defeated Bob Orton

The Killer Bees defeated The Hart Foundation

Koko B. Ware defeated Nikolai Volkoff

The Magnificent Muraco defeated Dick Slater

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