• Stone Cold Thinks 2 SmackDown Superstars Are Future WWE Hall Of Famers
WWE Veterans Drew McIntyre & Sheamus have each had their fair share of title runs and big main event victories during their time in WWE.
While Drew already had his main roster WWE debut in October 2007, he was released in June 2014 and returned (more muscular than ever) in April 2017. On the other hand, Sheamus has been with the company uninterruptedly since his main roster debut in June 2009.
A few days ago, Old School WWF Legend Steve Austin was interviewed by legendary Wrestling journalist Bill Apter, where they discussed a recent WWE house show in Reno, Nevada that featured McIntyre & Sheamus wrestling each other in the main event of the evening.
Here’s what Stone Cold had to say:
“Drew and Sheamus headlined the card and they had a tremendous main event, They went probably at least 20 minutes, almost like an anything goes match, and they tore the house down. They were a great main event and everybody loved it.
Drew McIntyre is still doing great things. Hell, Sheamus, I love where they’ve got him figured right now.
They came back after the match and said, ‘Hey, what do you think?’ I said, ‘Come on, guys. Y’all got 40 years of experience between you. Y’all have been in the business longer than I ever was. What can I tell you guys? You’re two professionals!’
Two super great human beings and two Hall of Famers. In all of these Hall of Fames that I’ve been in, they’ll go in as well.”
Drew McIntyre is also expected to headline the upcoming ‘WWE Clash at the Castle’ PLE in Cardiff, Wales in September as the challenger for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (July 25, 1992) – WBF BodyStars
On this day in 1992, Vince McMahon’s World Bodybuilding Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WBF BodyStars’.
They usually taped a full month of TV content for the show during their monthly tapings featuring some of the best Bodybuilding-Superstars on the planet at that time.
World Wrestling Federation owner Vince McMahon, who back then was only known as WWF commentator, also worked as the host on WBF BodyStars.
His very own bodybuilding-nutrition-supplement brand ICOPRO was usually advertised during every episode.
Former WCW World Heavyweight Champion Lex Luger was signed away from Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in March of 1992, in order to join the World Bodybuilding Federation and appear on television for them.
With WWF Doctor Dr. Zahorian being arrested in 1991 and Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Federation dealing with the infamous steroid scandal by 1992, the timing to run his own Bodybuilding promotion couldn’t possibly have been any worse, which is why the project was doomed to fail and it eventually disbanded.
The intro theme song of WBF BodyStars was “Go for It!” by Joey B. Ellis & Tynetta Hare.