• “Who the f**k is that?” – Triple H On Logan Paul Coming To WWE
Logan Paul did some on-screen work with WWE in 2021 and was also a part of WrestleMania 37, where he got hit with a Stunner by Kevin Owens.
Logan then had his 1st ever match at WrestleMania 38. Months later, he signed an official WWE contract and had his 1st singles match at SummerSlam 2022.
WWE Hall Of Famer Triple H recently appeared on Logan’s Impaulsive podcast and revealed that he had no idea who Logan was when he first came to WWE.
Below is what The Game said:
“You want me to be completely honest? I said ‘Who the f**k is that?’. Yeah, who? Yeah, no offense.
It’s funny because some people talk about our business and [mention] how they watched as a kid. That means they’ve never watched and they don’t wanna offend me. It’s not for everybody.
When they first said it, Kristen Prouty walked in and talked all about it and [I went] ‘Yeah, I don’t know who that is.’ Yeah, I had no idea and then they told me and I started looking at it and I was like ‘Holy sh*t, these dudes are massive’.
I have kids and they’re watching all this stuff and now it’s on your radar, so you start hearing people talk about it where if I would have heard people talk about it before I wouldn’t have ever paid attention to it.
Now, you start paying attention to it like this thing is huge and we gotta get with this guy.”
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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School WCW/WWF Veteran “The Man Of 1,000 Holds” Dean Malenko (Real name: Dean Simon) celebrates his 62nd birthday today.
Dean Malenko first made a name for himself in NWA Eastern Championship Wrestling / Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1994 to 1995, before he joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1995 to become a part of the Cruiserweight division during the famous Monday Night Wars.
In early 2000 Malenko joined Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn and together they left WCW and signed with the World Wrestling Federation, where they became known as The Radicalz.
He retired from active professional wrestling in 2001 and became a road agent for the WWF (later WWE), a job he did until April 2019.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAN MALENKO!