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WWF Legend Calls Himself Bulletproof, Refers To Seth Rollins As A Baby

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• WWF Legend Calls Himself Bulletproof, Refers To Seth Rollins As A Baby

Edge recently appeared on an episode of WWE’s The Bump, where he was asked about this Sunday’s Money In The Bank 2021 PPV, where he will face Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship.

The Rated-R Superstar then explained how his character was actually considered bulletproof.

Here’s what the 2011 WWE Hall of Famer said:

“I’ve been doing this for 30 years. I’ve taken chokeslams from The Undertaker. I’ve lost handicap matches to Steve Blackman in three minutes on Monday Night RAW. There’s one thing about the character of Edge, he’s a tennis ball and keeps bouncing back.

The character Edge is bulletproof. He’s bulletproof and that’s been through a lot of hard work over the years to make sure, at least, when you see Edge it’s compelling television.”

We recently reported that Edge is rumored to face Seth Rollins at next month’s SummerSlam 2021 pay-per-view, so it comes as no surprise at all that the former Brood member also spoke about Seth in the interview … and here’s what he said about him:

“I think he needs his baby bottle. Man, that is some whining right there. He doesn’t need to whine about it on a talk show. Personally, I’m going to go out there and take my title shots. There’s a difference in mindsets.

You can sit there and complain all day long or you can do something about it, and he finally did something about it by qualifying for Money in the Bank. So, win it and then cash-in and quit complaining.”

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Legend Jesse “The Body” Ventura celebrates his 70th birthday today.

The former Navy Seal became a professional wrestler in 1975, most famously performing for Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association, before he joined the World Wrestling Federation full-time in 1984.

Jesse Ventura retired from active professional wrestling and became a color commentator, often teamed with play-by-play commentators Gorilla Monsoon or Vince McMahon.

Jesse is still widely considered to be one of the Top-3 color commentators of all time, with the other 2 being Bobby “The Brain” Heenan and Jerry “The King” Lawler. No one else ever came even remotely close to those three.

Ventura, who also worked as an actor in several movies, such as Predator, The Running Man, Demolition Man, and Batman & Robin, was elected the 38th Governor of Minnesota in November 1998 and stayed in office for one term between 1999 and 2003.

In 2004, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his son, Tyrel Ventura.


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