• Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty Accused Of Spiking Female Fans’ Drinks, Raping Them & Throwing Them Out
During the recent ‘Plane Ride From Hell’ season 3 episode of Dark Side of the Ring, it was mentioned that some wrestlers messed with others and spiked their drinks with halcion, so called ‘H-Bombs’.
Halcion is a dangerous sedative with plenty of side effects, including impair memory, coordination problems & much more, and can cause a lot more issues when combined with other substances like alcohol.
In an old shoot interview, that popped up again, Old School WWF Legend Brutus ‘The Barber’ Beefcake accused fellow WWF Legends The Rockers (Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty) to have spiked female fans’ drinks with H-Bombs.
Here’s what the 2019 WWE Hall of Famer said:
“Listen, the Rockers loved those halcions, man. They freakin’, boom, they’d drop them on all the broads and then they’d get them back to their room and they’d pass out and then [The Rockers] would take the laundry off and they’d have a good time with them and then throw them out in the hallway and sh*t naked. Needless to say, they got in trouble in a few hotels.”
Old School ECW/WWF Legend Rob Van Dam confirmed that those kind of things were actually considered normal during the old days, when he was asked by a fan on Twitter and replied:
“Sadly though, yes it was when I broke in.”
I better watch this episode.
Sadly though, yes it was when I broke in. https://t.co/l2aWZ6xNTR
— Rob Van Dam (@TherealRVD) September 17, 2021
• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday
Old School Wrestling Legend Gerald “Jerry” Brisco celebrates his 75th birthday today.
For most of his career, Gerald formed a Tag Team with his real-life brother Jack Brisco and together they wrestled as “The Brisco Brothers”.
During the 60s, 70s & early 80s, they toured the territories and wrestled for promotions like Georgia Championship Wrestling, Jim Crockett Promotions and Championship Wrestling from Florida.
They also held minority interests in Georgia Championship Wrestling, which they used (in addition to Jim Barnett’s vote) to overrule Ole Anderson and sell the company and their weekly “World Championship Wrestling” TV show to Vince McMahon in 1984. The infamous “Black Friday” followed, when McMahon and the WWF were seen on TBS.
The Brisco Brothers also joined the World Wrestling Federation that year but retired a few months later in early 1985.
Gerald then started to work as a booker & road agent for the WWF and years later during the Attitude Era became famous again as one of Vince McMahon’s “stooges”.
In 2008, both brothers were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by John “Bradshaw” Layfield.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY GERALD BRISCO!