• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday
Old School Wrestling Legend “Skinner” Steve Keirn celebrates his 67th birthday today.
Steve Keirn used to be a popular performer in several old school territories during the 70s & 80s, both as a singles wrestler and teaming up with Stan Lane as ‘The Fabulous Ones’.
In 1991, he was signed by the World Wrestling Federation, where he became known as Skinner, an alligator hunter from the Everglades in Florida.
Keirn also portrayed the second Doink The Clown at WrestleMania IX.
He’s now known as the head coach of his own Wrestling school in Florida, but has yet to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, which is most likely going to happen at one point within the next 5-10 years.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SKINNER!
• RAW Star Says There’s A Possibility Of Him Returning To Impact Wrestling Or ROH
During a recent Q&A session, former RAW Tag Team Champion Matt Hardy (whose in-ring career is said to be over) answered question regarding his future and if he would leave WWE to return to Impact Wrestling or ROH.
Below is what Matt said:
“In a perfect world, in a perfect scenario, I will finish the remainder of my career with WWE. When I came back to the WWE, I really wanted to and it was really important to me because I feel like I owed WWE a debt. I hated how I left in 2010 and 2011.
I was just burned out on every level possible and I wanted to come back and leave on a high note. I felt like I owed them a debt in many ways.
With that being said, I’m not naive enough to say ‘I will never leave WWE’, anything is possible in this world, we don’t live in a perfect world, we don’t live in a perfect scenario. Sure, could I see myself going back to Impact Wrestling or Ring of Honor?
If something didn’t work with the scheduling, or whatever the job was, if it conflicted with my family and I could do a shot here and there, kind of have my own schedule, almost like a Chris Jericho does? Sure, it’s a possibility.”