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WWF Legend’s Daughter Doesn’t Have Any Form Of Relationship With Her Father

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• WWF Legend’s Daughter Doesn’t Have Any Form Of Relationship With Her Father

Jenni Santana, the daughter of Old School WWF Legend ‘El Matador’ Tito Santana, appeared on a recent episode of Charlie Haas’ ‘Wrestling’s Greatest Podcast’ and revealed that she didn’t find out about Tito being her biological father until recently.

Here’s what Jenni had to say:

“I actually have not grown up with him. I actually found out he was my father a few years ago. I haven’t had this second generation childhood like everyone else had, so I’m coming at it from a different angle, but it’s exciting seeing the things he’s accomplished which is amazing and a pretty cool thing.

We don’t really have a relationship right now. We talked a few times, but it’s kind of been silent lately, so I’m not really sure how it’s going or where it will go. I actually haven’t had a chance to have a conversation with him since I started wrestling.

He did say he wished me well with wrestling. He didn’t have any ill will towards it. I’ve only been training for 6 months now.”

Tito Santana wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1983 until 1993 and later provided commentary at the Spanish announce table in 1997 & 1998.

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• On This Day In Wrestling History (January 7, 2011) – ECW Veteran Passes Away

On this day in 2011, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran “Big” Val Puccio (Real name: Valentino Puccio) at the age of 45 due to obesity.

Puccio used to wrestle for the World Wrestling Federation during the early 90s, but only appeared on House Shows and never on TV.

A lot of 90s wrestling fans remember him for his 1995 stint in Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling, where Val was a member of The Full Blooded Italians, short “FBI”.


June 9, 1965 – January 7, 2011

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