• WWE Hall Of Famer Says The Undertaker Needs To Face AJ Styles At WrestleMania 37 If Fans Return
While speaking to Inside The Ropes, 2-time WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair gave his opinion on what he thinks The Undertaker should do next in his WWE career.
Below is what The Nature Boy said:
“I thought The Last Ride was fabulous — there’s not a finer man that has ever been in our business and I’m looking at that from every possible aspect. But I think he will be back. I think he wants it and I think the fans deserve to see him go out in front of 80 or 90,000 people live. I think he needs to wrestle again once we get this COVID under control and I would think it will be at ‘Mania.
If things work out and the company elects to go to LA if that’s the plan now — which I’m pretty sure it is but that could have changed since I talked to them last — but if WrestleMania 37 is in Los Angeles and they put 80 or 90,000 in that facility, I think he deserves it.
I thought the match was great with AJ, but I could see him and AJ going at it again inside the ring. And I’m sure AJ would jump off the top of a building to get back in the ring with him.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 21, 2016) – Old School WWF Manager Passed Away
On this day in 2016, we lost Old School WWF Manager Frenchy Martin (Real name: Jean Gagné) at the age of 66 due to bladder and bone cancer.
The French-Canadian used to wrestle during the 70s & 80s and he was still an active professional wrestler when he joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1986.
In late 1987, he became the manager of fellow French-Canadian Dino Bravo, whom he managed till April 1989, when “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart became Bravo’s new manager.
In between, Frenchy Martin also managed Jos LeDuc during LeDuc’s short WWF run in 1988.
By mid-1990, he retired and left the WWF for good, only to become the head booker for IWA in Puerto Rico.
† REST IN PEACE FRENCHY MARTIN
May 25, 1950 – October 21, 2016