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RAW Wrestler Says Current Feud Has Cemented Him As A Top-Level Performer

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• RAW Wrestler Says Current Feud Has Cemented Him As A Top-Level Performer

WWE Champion Drew McIntyre was a guest on last week’s edition of Busted Open Radio, where he was asked if he would change anything in his ongoing WWE Championship run, and what happened after this week’s RAW went off air.

Below is what he said:

“Honestly, I don’t think so. If I changed anything, I might not be where I’m at and who I am and what exactly I’m doing right now. I’ve said it my whole career, I would never change one thing in case the butterfly effect screwed me up.

I’ve been very happy and proud of everything I’ve achieved. Especially these past few months with the Randy Orton feud, this has really cemented me as a top-level main event performer, everything we’ve been able to achieve is such a rarity. To keep a feud going for three months, it’s obviously going to come to a head this Sunday. To keep up with Randy, we’ve done pretty much everything there is to do. We’ve fought an unlimited number of times.

The ending of RAW, I know some people were on the fence about it, but realistically, what were we gonna do? Is he gonna drop me again? Is he gonna take off again? Are we gonna fight for the millionth time? If the cameras kept rolling, you would have saw what would’ve happened. Is everyone ready for what happened when the cameras went off? Randy Orton and Drew McIntyre broke into a song and dance! You missed it! They stole it from us, damnit!”

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• Old School WWF Attitude Era Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Attitude Era Veteran Perry Saturn (Real name: Perry Satullo) celebrates his 54th birthday today.

Together with his Tag Team partner John Kronus as ‘The Eliminators’, they got their first big break in the business in Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling, where they wrestled from 1995 till Perry Saturn joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1997.

In WCW, he was a member of Raven’s Flock (1997-1998) and The Revolution (1999-2000), before he jumped ship to the rival World Wrestling Federation in early 2000, joining Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko, who also left WCW for the WWF at the same time. Together they were known as ‘The Radicalz’.

He stayed with the promotion till his release in 2002 and then went on to wrestle on the indies.


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