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“The most insulting, rotten, embarrassing, fake, phoney, bad bullsh*t I’ve ever seen in wrestling” – WWF Legend On The Fiend

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• “The most insulting, rotten, embarrassing, fake, phoney, bad bullsh*t I’ve ever seen in wrestling” – WWF Legend On The Fiend

Former Universal Champion “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt was released from WWE last year and he hasn’t returned to wrestling ever since.

During a recent edition of his podcast, WWF Legend Jim Cornette addressed the rumors of Wyatt retiring from pro-wrestling.

Cornette went on to rip Wyatt’s Fiend gimmick. Below is what he said:

“People want to know where he is. I have no idea why. I have no idea why anybody is interested in The Fiend after the Firefly Funhouse and the crispy critter from Canyon Creek got burned alive, and all that hocus-pocus science fiction, horror movie mumbo jumbo.

The most insulting, rotten, embarrassing, fake, phoney, bad bullsh*t I’ve ever seen in wrestling – and they still want to know, ‘Where is he and when’s he coming back?’

If he wants to retire, I’m all in favor of it. I might have liked the guy but when I saw The Fiend, nah.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WRESTLING HISTORY (May 22, 1999) – Memphis Power Pro Wrestling

On this day in 1999, ‘Memphis Power Pro Wrestling’ aired an episode of their weekly TV show.

This promotion was the official successor of the USWA (fka CWA) in Memphis, and also functioned as a developmental promotion for the World Wrestling Federation.

The card can be found below:

Battle Royal

JR Smooth (Rikishi) vs. Kurt Angle

Kris “Dragon” Kanonball Promo (Quebecer Pierrer aka PCO)

Vic Grimes vs. Bulldog Raines vs. Steve Bradley (Pin falls Anywhere)

Kid Wicked vs. Alan Steel

JR Smooth (Rikishi) vs. Kurt Angle

Interviews: Bulldog Raines, JR Smooth, Vic Grimes, Michael Hayes, Steve Bradley, Nicole Bass, Derrick King, Downtown Bruno, Mick Tierney, Brandon Baxter and Jerry Lawler

        
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