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Vince McMahon Released A Stable After Saying There Were Plans For A Push

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• Vince McMahon Released A Stable After Saying There Were Plans For A Push

During a recent interview on the Casual Conversations podcast, former WWE wrestler Top Dolla of the Hit Row stable talked about his short time on SmackDown.

Hit Row was released from WWE just a few weeks after debuting on the main roster.

He revealed that there were plans for them to get pushed, but they ended up getting released:

“It (plan of Hit Row being pushed) was literally when I asked Vince.

I said, ‘What are the plans for us?’ He said, ‘The plans are to get you guys over.’ All right, cool, that’s cool. I’m down with that.

But to be like, ‘You guys are working towards a feud with The New Day.’ No, they didn’t [promise a New Day feud].

To be honest, to say that I had a relationship with Vince would be a lie. I really only talked to him 3 times ever.

All 3 times that I talked to him it went great. We had no problems. There wasn’t really any issues. It was just he’s running a billion dollar corporation, so his time with people is limited.”

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• Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Would Have Celebrated Her Birthday

Today would have been the 80th birthday of Old School WWF WrestleMania Celebrity “The Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin.

At WrestleMania III on March 29, 1987, she sang “America the Beautiful” infront of a LIVE audience of 93,173 people in the Pontiac Silverdome and millions watching at home.

20 years later, Vince brought her back to do it one more time at WrestleMania 23, where she ended up singing the song in front of 80,103 people at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan.

† REST IN PEACE ARETHA FRANKLIN

March 25, 1942 – August 16, 2018

        
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