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SmackDown Star Says He Doesn’t Consider Himself A Future WWE Hall Of Famer

• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (September 23, 1989) – NWA World Championship Wrestling

On this day in 1989, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘NWA World Championship Wrestling’.

This episode from the Center Stage Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW Halloween Havoc 1989’ PPV.

The card can be found here:

– The Great Muta vs. Ricky Nelson/Len Wagner

– Interview w/ Gary Hart

– Interview w/ Lex Luger

– Lex Luger vs. Rusty Riddle

– Footage Of Scott Steiner Getting Attacked Inside The Limo That Robin Green Was In

– Z-Man vs. Tommy Angel

– Flyin’ Brian vs. Eddie Gilbert

– The Dynamic Dudes vs. Joe Cruz/Bob Cook

– Highlights From Clash Of The Champions 8

– Interview w/ Ric Flair

• SmackDown Star Says He Doesn’t Consider Himself A Future WWE Hall Of Famer

During a recent interview with WWE prior to Hell In A Cell 2018 PPV, SmackDown Live Superstar Jeff Hardy talked about his career in the WWF/E and people considering him a future WWE Hall of Famer.

Below is what Jeff said:

“Being in WWE, right now, 2018, 41 years of age and it just feels right and I know this is where Matt and I started back in…I think we signed developmental deals in ‘97, ‘98, something like that. Anyway, it started a long time ago and it was only right for us to come back and end it where it started so and that’s what I’m looking forward to.

When people mention future Hall Of Famer I never really…I don’t consider myself that or I don’t think about that a lot but the fact that we probably will be Hall Of Famers is pretty cool and I wanna do the best I possibly can and its just amazing for things to be going so good right now – for WWE to be standing behind me through thick and thin, and for me I hope I’m giving it back and making up for all the wrongs.”

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