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WCW Legend Is Prepared To Enter The Men’s Royal Rumble 2023 Match

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• WCW Legend Is Prepared To Enter The Men’s Royal Rumble 2023 Match

On the latest episode of his weekly ‘Hall Of Fame’ podcast, former 5-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion Booker T spoke about the possibility of WWE calling him to enter the upcoming Men’s Royal Rumble 2023 match as a surprise entrant.

Here’s what the 2-time WWE Hall of Famer said:

“I will be very honest right now, I will definitely be checking the mail every day all the way up until that date because if I get the invitation, I will for sure, you know, execute it, definitely going to be, you know, be there.

I’m gonna be in the middle of that ring. I’m gonna be prepared to be in the middle of that ring if that happens. But now, I mean nobody’s talked to me or anything like that about being in the Rumble. Then again I don’t have any itch to scratch or anything like that, but hey man I’m always down.”

After ending his 2007-2009 stint in Dixie Carter’s Total Nonstop Action! (TNA), Booker T returned to WWE as a surprise entrant in the 2011 40-man Royal Rumble Match and later that year lost to Cody Rhodes at the annual TLC PPV.

He then also entered the 2012 Royal Rumble match and competed in the 12-man Tag Team match at WrestleMania XXVIII, which as of now is still Booker’s last official televised WWE match to date.

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Erik Watts celebrates his 55th birthday today.

He’s the son of Old School Wrestling Legend Bill Watts, and worked for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling from 1992 to 1994 and again in 1998 & 1999

In between Erik joined the World Wrestling Federation as ‘Troy’, one half of the infamous gimmick Tag Team ‘Tekno Team 2000’.

His last major Wrestling deal was working for TNA Total Nonstop Action! from 2002 till 2005.


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