• Update On Which New Career Lars Sullivan Is Preparing For
According to the Wrestling Observer, former WWE wrestler “The Freak” Lars Sullivan is reportedly interested in getting into Bare Knuckle Fighting.
At 32 years of age, Sullivan might be a bit old for someone who begins training for legitimate martial arts sports, but Lars seems to be positive about joining one of the bare knuckle fighting promotions, which is why he is already doing boxing training on a regular basis.
The former WWE monster heel is also spending a lot of time at his local gym, where he includes a lot of olympic weightlifting into his workouts, which he also covered in one of the recent videos on his official Instagram page.
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Sullivan asked for his WWE release in January due to “crippling anxiety” issues.
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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School Wrestling Veteran Gedo (Real name: Keiji Takayama) turns 52 today.
The popular puroresu legend started his professional wrestling career in 1989 for New Japan Pro Wrestling, but later also wrestled for All Japan Pro Wrestling, Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling, the Universal Wrestling Association (Mexico), Wrestle Association R, and even Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling.
The highlight of Gedo’s occasional WCW appearances in 1997 & 1998 was wrestling “Lionheart” Chris Jericho at the Halloween Havoc 1997 pay-per-view.
He’s still an active NJPW wrestler nowadays and is also the head-booker for the company that has unfortunately lost all its former glory since Antonio Inoki sold it in 2005.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY GEDO!