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Stone Cold Steve Austin Reveals If He ‘Acknowledges’ Roman Reigns

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• Stone Cold Steve Austin Reveals If He ‘Acknowledges’ Roman Reigns

During an interview with SK Wrestling, Old School WWF Legend Stone Cold Steve Austin was asked if he ‘acknowledges’ current Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns.

Below is what The Texas Rattlesnake said:

“Hey, I’ll acknowledge him. He’s doing some amazing work.

It took a while to put all the pieces of the puzzle together and [WWE] didn’t book him in the greatest fashion at certain points of his career, but when he walked through the door, he was one of those guys who had that look and had that ‘IT’ factor, like if we do the right thing with this guy he’s going to get over.

They finally started doing the right thing. He got into a mindset of where he’s at right now and he’s just crushing it. I couldn’t be prouder of the guy.”

Also during this interview, Austin praised The Usos as well:

“All those Samoans can work their a$$es off. The Usos are just killing it. Jimmy and Jey, they were a tag team, but now they’re a tag team with an identity, with character.

That whole thing, The Bloodline, they’re great as a unit, they’re all related, but Jimmy and Jey just in and of themselves as The Usos, they are a thing now and they’re a force to be reckoned with.

They’re one of the best tag teams on planet Earth right now.”

Also Read: The Usos Weren’t Allowed To Enter Canada For Last Night’s SmackDown

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• Old School WWF Diva Celebrates Her Birthday

Old School WWF Diva Tori (Real name: Terri Poch) celebrates her 58th birthday today.

Tori joined the World Wrestling Federation at the peak of the Attitude Era in late 1998, first portraying an obsessed fan of famous WWF Diva Sable.

Tori wrestled for the WWF Women’s Championship many times, but never managed to win the title.

In early 2000, after being Kane’s valet for some time, she joined D-Generation X during their “McMahon-Helmsley Era” days, but got hurt in the summer and eventually left the Federation in 2001.


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