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WWE Veteran Met Triple H In 2020 Regarding A Potential Return After 15 Years

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• WWE Veteran Met Triple H In 2020 Regarding A Potential Return After 15 Years

Ruthless Aggression Era Veteran Maven was recently interviewed on ‘That ’90s Wrestling Podcast’ and revealed that he spoke to WWF Legend Triple H last year about a potential return to the company.

Here’s what he had to say:

“Before the world was shut down before the pandemic, I actually travelled to Orlando and met with Hunter (Triple H) and with Albert (Matt Bloom), who is running the developmental down there now. And I was talking to them about maybe doing some announcing stuff.

And I did that, and I went there, on March 11 of 2020. And if you remember, in America that’s the day America shut down. So, I never want to turn my back or say, ‘No or it’ll never happen’. Because I don’t know.

I still and will always have wrestling in my blood. I still have wrestling dreams every week. I still have a dream where I’m either putting my boots on or I’m in the ring or I’m getting ready to wrestle somebody, and my love for the business is never gonna leave. I would definitely entertain any opportunity to be back in wrestling in any capacity.”

Maven won the very first Tough Enough contest in the fall of 2001 and then joined the main roster, where he wrestled until he was released in July 2005.

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• Old School WWF Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 69th birthday of Old School WWF Veteran “Playboy” Buddy Rose (Real name: Paul Perschmann).

He was considered a Legend in several territories such as Verne Gagne’s AWA and Don Owen’s Pacific Northwest, but also made a name for himself in the WWF during the 80s.

Buddy Rose (as The Executioner) wrestled Tito Santana in the opening match of the first ever WrestleMania in 1985.

When he returned to the World Wrestling Federation in 1990, he was used mainly as a ‘Jobber To The Stars’.

In 2019, Buddy Rose was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of their annual Legacy Wing inductions.


November 27, 1952 – April 28, 2009

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