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Vince McMahon Laughed At Negative Hell In A Cell 2019 Reaction, Another Injury In WWE

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 74th birthday of Old School NWA/WWF Legend “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes (Real name: Virgil Runnels).

Dusty Rhodes wrestled for several territories & promotions during his long and illustrious pro wrestling career that lasted from the late 60s until his final match at the WWE Great American Bash 2007 PPV.

The American Dream worked for Championship Wrestling from Florida, Jim Crockett Promotions, American Wrestling Association, the World Wide Wrestling Federation & later also the World Wrestling Federation & the WWE, World Championship Wrestling, Extreme Championship Wrestling and Total Nonstop Action!.

Rhodes was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2007, shortly before he finally retired as an active performer.

Dusty was the father of Old School WWF Legend “Goldust” Dustin Rhodes & current indy wrestler Cody Rhodes.


October 11, 1945 – June 11, 2015

• Another Injury In WWE

As we noted earlier, Sasha Banks suffered a back injury and Bray Wyatt might have suffered a concussion at Hell In A Cell 2019.

The latest WWE wrestler to get injured is Ember Moon.

According to the Wrestling Observer, Ember suffered an Achilles injury and will be out of action for quite some time.

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• Vince McMahon Laughed At Negative Hell In A Cell 2019 Reaction

According to the Wrestling Observer, Vince McMahon was laughing at the negative fan reaction when the referee stopped the Seth Rollins vs. The Fiend Hell in a Cell match for the Universal Championship without a proper finish:

“Vince McMahon was reportedly, and this was confirmed by multiple people, that he was laughing about the crowd reaction and hardly taking it as a negative.”

Also Read: Vince McMahon Originally Planned A Crazy Finish For Seth Rollins vs. The Fiend At Hell In A Cell 2019

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