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WWF Veteran Credits Ron Simmons For Making His Whole Career

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During a recent appearance on the MuscleManMalcolm show, Old School WWF Veteran D’Lo Brown ended up praising his former Nation of Domination leader Faarooq (aka Ron Simmons) and credited Ron for making his whole career.

Here’s what D’Lo had to say:

“My biggest memory is the fact that I got to stand in the ring next to the guy who inspired me to be in wrestling, and he went from my inspiration to be my mentor.

So, my whole career comes to the fact that I got to stand next to Ron Simmons and be under his learning tree. For me, that made my whole career, and I’m thankful for those moments.”

D’Lo Brown is most famously remembered for his 1997-2003 WWF/WWE run, in which he was a member of The Nation of Domination at the beginning.

Ron Simmons (as Faarooq) emerged as a formidable force in the World Wrestling Federation, leading The Nation of Domination to prominence in 1996, 1997 and 1998.

With his imposing presence and commanding charisma, Faarooq rallied his faction, which included notable members like D’Lo Brown, Kama Mustafa, Ahmed Johnson, Savio Vega, Crush, and even The Rock, among others.

During this period, Faarooq’s leadership left an indelible mark on the wrestling world, making him an iconic figure in the history of sports entertainment.

The Nation of Domination recently reunited. Below is a photo:

Nation Of Domination Reunion September 2023

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