• Old School WWF Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday
Today would have been the 65th birthday of Old School WWF Veteran Big Bully Busick (Real name: Nick Busick).
The former police officer and former professional powerlifter made a name for himself when he was working for the World Wrestling Federation for a few months in 1991.
Big Bully lived up to his character when he bullied the kids in the audience and also harassed female ring announcer Mike McGuirk.
Busick was originally booked to be in a classic Survivor Series team with Skinner, The Berzerker & Col. Mustafa, but left the WWF shortly before the pay-per-view and was eventually replaced with Hercules.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE!
June 1, 1954 – May 8, 2018
• WWE Considering Interesting Plan For 24/7 Title
According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE officials are considering having the 24/7 Championship defended on WWE’s Social Media channels (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter…) and it’s an idea that could draw good numbers as WWE has a huge social media following and the 24/7 Title videos are doing good numbers on their YouTube channel.
• AOP’s Return Revealed
According to Post Wrestling, Akam has been cleared to return to in-ring action and this means that former RAW Tag Team Champions AOP (Akam & Rezar) are expected to return to WWE programming soon.
PWInsider is reporting that AOP is scheduled to work SmackDown’s Live Events in June. This means AOP will be a part of SmackDown when they return (like we noted before) as their tag team division is very weak.