• Triple H Regrets Never Working A Program With WCW Legend
WWF Legend Triple H was recently interviewed by ‘Lad Bible’, where he revealed that he regrets not having the chance to have a singles program with WCW Legend Rey Mysterio, despite the two facing off in several multi-man matches, including the 2006 Royal Rumble match, in which they started as #1 & #2 entrants, but were both still in the ring till the end, with Rey winning the entire match.
Here’s what The Game said:
“I always wanted to work with Rey Mysterio. I think I’ve been in the ring with him twice in my entire career.
There’s certain guys like that. We just never ended up in the same place in the same storylines. I’ve thrown it out there a lot over the years of like, ‘Hey, what if Rey and I did something?’
But he was always on SmackDown while I was on RAW or vice versa. It just never panned out but he’s always a guy that I always thought, ‘Man, I would have loved to have gone and done something big with him.’”
After heart problems in 2021, Triple H officially retired at WrestleMania 38 and is currently in charge of WWE Creative after his father-in-law Vince McMahon retired from all positions within WWE.
Here’s what The King of Kings told ESPN about developing the future of the company:
“My foot’s not off the gas, I suppose in some manner I’ve got to step back a little bit. I’m still in recovery and my endurance is not exactly quite what it used to be before. But right now I’m back, I’m at the office. I am fully focused on recruiting and developing of our talent in the future.
It’s finding that, it’s creating that future. That’s the biggest focus for me and as we move forward from there, it’s making sure WWE is a success for generations to come.”
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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School WWF Veteran David Sammartino celebrates his 62nd birthday today.
David Sammartino is the son of one of the greatest legends in professional wrestling history, “The Living Legend” Bruno Sammartino.
David wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1984 till 1985, including a match at the inaugural WrestleMania, and for a short stint in 1988.
In 1996, he wrestled for Ted Turner’s WCW as “Bruno Sammartino Jr.”, but only appeared in 1 televised match, in which he did the job for Dean Malenko.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAVID SAMMARTINO!