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• Old School WWF Manager Celebrates His Birthday

Legendary World Wrestling Federation Manager Slick (Real name: Kenneth Johnson) celebrates his 61st birthday today.

During his 1986-1993 WWF career, Slick managed a lot of Superstars like Hercules, The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff, The One Man Gang, ‘The Titan Towers’ Big Boss Man & Akeem, The Warlord, Paul Roma & Kamala.

TRIVIA FACT: Slick is the son of Old School NWA Legend Rufus R. Jones.


• Attitude Era Announcer Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Attitude Era Announcer, Commentator & Interviewer Michael Cole (Real name: Michael Coulthard) turns 49 today.

Starting as a backstage interviewer in 1997, Michael Cole is still with the company as of now, and is currently working as a play-by-play commentator on WWE Monday Night RAW.


• WWE Doing Global Warning PPV In Australia In 2018?

According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, WWE officials are looking to do a Global Warning PPV next year in Australia and they plan on doing it in the 100,000 seater Melbourne Cricket Ground.

WWE did the Global Warning event in Australia back in 2002 and drew 56,734 fans to the event. Below are the results from that event:

Kiss My A$$ Match: Rikishi def. Rico

– Randy Orton & Mark Henry def. Batista & D-Von Dudley

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match: Jamie Noble (c) def. Hurricane Helms to retain the Title.

– Chavo Guerrero & Hardcore Holly def. Billy & Chuck

– Kurt Angle def. Test

WWE World Tag Team Championship Match: Christian & Lance Storm (c) def. Rey Mysterio & Billy Kidman to retain the Titles.

– Edge def. Chris Jericho

Bra & Panties Match: Torrie Wilson def. Stacy Keibler

WWE Undisputed Championship Match: The Rock (c) def. Triple H & Brock Lesnar to retain the Title.

You can watch the main event between Rock, HHH & Lesnar in full length below:

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