• Virgil Claims He Had S*x With 1 Million Women
Many weird stories are known about Old School WWF Veteran Virgil, mostly including him setting up his merchandise table everywhere without asking (including flea markets and subway stations) and ripping fans off with very expensive prices for his autographed pictures and 8×10 promos.
He was also caught lying in shoot interviews about many things that happened during his 1987-1994 WWF career.
During a recent interview with Vinny Vegas of the Breadstickdiaries podcast, Virgil was asked about his experience with ring rats and how many of them he had s*xual encounters with.
The answer will probably come as a bit of a surprise to you in the most literal sense of the word.
Just check out the transcript of the conversation from this interview below:
Virgil: “Oh man, I don’t know how many 100s of thousands of rats, I don’t know, maybe like … world wide? Probably like a million!”
Interviewer: *laughs* “Virgil, come on! A million?”
Virgil: “Yeah, you got like how many people in the world.”
Interviewer: “So you’re claiming right now, you’re telling me, your estimated number of women you had s*x with is a million?”
Virgil: “It could’ve been.”
Interviewer: “So that’s more than Ric Flair.”
Ric Flair once stated in an ESPN interview a couple of years ago that he had s*x with about 10,000 women in his life, but considering his almost 50 years on the road, that is actually not impossible at all.
Also Read: 24 Lies Virgil Told The Fans
New Video: Angelina Love (former TNA Knockout) Shows Her Buns (Part 1):
• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (August 6, 1989) – NWA Main Event
On this day in 1989, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘NWA Main Event’.
This episode featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments on the road to the “NWA Halloween Havoc 1989” PPV.
The card can be found below:
– Mike Rotunda vs. Jobber
– Interviews w/Flair/Sting/Gary Hart/Freebirds
– The Midnight Express vs. New Zealand Militia (Rip Morgan & Jack Victory)
– World Tag Champs The Freebirds (Hayes & Garvin) vs. The Dynamic Dudes