• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 27, 1999) – Old School Wrestling Legend Passed Away
On this day in 1999, we lost Old School Wrestling Legend Hiro Matsuda at the age of 62 due to prostate cancer.
Matsuda wrestled professionally all over the planet during the 50s, 60s, 70s & 80s, but also worked as a pro wrestling teacher in the meanwhile.
Some of the students he trained, who eventually became house hold names were “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan, “The Total Package” Lex Luger, “Cowboy” Bob Orton Jr., “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff, “Faarooq” Ron Simmons and “Razor Ramon” Scott Hall.
In 2018 Hiro Matsuda was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of the annual Legacy-Wing inductions.
† REST IN PEACE
July 22, 1937 – November 27, 1999
• Stephanie McMahon On Her Reaction When Her B00bs Popped Out On Live TV
In this flashback article, we take a look at Stephanie McMahon’s appearance on The Howard Stern Show back in the day.
WATCH: Stephanie McMahon Shakes Her Hot Juggs:
Let’s take a look at the highlights from the part about Stephanie’s relationship with Triple H, her breast implants & more:
Howard: You’ve always been involved with the WWE.
Robin: Did you ever try to do anything else?
Stephanie: I never wanted to do anything else really. I actually have worked for the company since I was about 12.
Robin: What did you do at 12? Which division did you run?
Stephanie: I was the receptionist actually for about two years.
Howard: So your dad always sort of brought you up to be in the family business, right?
Stephanie: Well, my dad always wanted us to have a job. And I really wanted to be in the family business. He left it up to us.
Howard: Dating Triple H, we had Chyna on the show. She’s furious with you. She said bad things about you. She said that you stole her man and that Triple H now is going to be your b*tch, this is just me paraphrasing, and if Triple H doesn’t do what Stephanie McMahon wants him to do, that’ll be the end of his career. So he has to mind his P’s and Q’s. Is any of that true?
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