• WWF Veteran Is Pi$$ed Off After Seeing Bray Wyatt’s Pitch Black Match At Royal Rumble 2023
At Royal Rumble 2023, Bray Wyatt defeated LA Knight in the Mountain Dew Pitch Black Match.
This was Wyatt’s first televised match since WrestleMania 37 in 2021.
On his podcast, WWF Veteran Jim Cornette once again stated that he doesn’t like Wyatt and what the former WWE Champion brings to the world of wrestling.
Below is what Cornette said:
“This guy is the drizzling sh*ts because he thinks [elements of other TV shows need to be in wrestling]. And a lot of these other a$$holes think that too.
They wanna be video game characters, they wanna be horror movie stars, they wanna get booked in C-level horror movies, remakes of sh*t that was actually good that some moron is gonna take and ruin for everybody else that liked that kinda thing. These people are ruining wrestling for us.
They don’t wanna be wrestlers. If you don’t wanna be a wrestler, you don’t wanna do the sh*t that wrestlers have done before, do something else, don’t get in f**king wrestling. That’s my advice, wish or fervent hope.
Don’t clutter up the f**king wrestling business. There’s a reason people haven’t done most of the things that Bray Wyatt has done before because they are f**king stupid as applied to wrestling.”
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• Old School WWF Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday
Today would have been the 63rd birthday of Old School WWF Legend “The Texas Tornado” Kerry Von Erich (Real name: Kerry Adkisson).
After a great career in his father’s promotion World Class Championship Wrestling, Kerry joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1990 as “The Texas Tornado” and became the Intercontinental Champion after only a few months with the company.
Prior to his WWF run (1990-1992), Kerry Von Erich’s by far biggest accomplishment was winning the NWA World Heavyweight Championship from “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair in front of over 45,000 fans at Texas Stadium in 1984.
In 2009, he, his father & his brothers were all inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, but unfortunately his brother Kevin Von Erich was the last one of them, who was still alive and there to accept the award.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE
February 3, 1960 – February 18, 1993