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WWE Hall Of Famer Confirms He Won’t Return Full-Time

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• WWE Hall Of Famer Confirms He Won’t Return Full-Time

We recently reported that there were rumors about former SmackDown General Manager Teddy Long possibly returning to WWE on a full-time basis as a new General Manager, a position he already held between 2004 and 2012.

On an interview with Inside The Ropes, Teddy denied those rumors and stated that he’ll only return occasionally but won’t be back full-time.

Here’s what Theodore R. Long said:

“I’m not coming back to be a GM. I’m not there to try and be full-time anymore, I really don’t want that. I just want to enjoy the rest of my life.

If they want me to come back and do something, I got no problem with that.”

Teddy Long appeared on RAW and SmackDown recently to announce Draft picks.

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On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 9, 1999, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘WCW Slamboree 1999’ LIVE on PPV from the TWA Dome in St. Louis, Missouri.

This was the 7th Slamboree pay-per-view out of 8 that WCW aired between 1993 and 2000.

The results can be found here:

Triple threat – WCW World Tag Team Championship: Raven & Perry Saturn defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman (c) and Dean Malenko & Chris Benoit

Konnan defeated Stevie Ray

Hardcore match: Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Brian Knobbs

WCW World Television Championship: Rick Steiner defeated Booker T (c)

Gorgeous George defeated Charles Robinson

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship: Scott Steiner (c) defeated Buff Bagwell

Roddy Piper defeated Ric Flair by DQ

Sting wrestled Goldberg to a no-contest

WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Kevin Nash defeated Diamond Dallas Page (c)

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