• WWE Ranks Titus O’Neil’s Botch Higher Than Shockmaster’s Botch
WWE posted a video on “Epic Superstar Fails: WWE Top 10” and the recent Titus O’Neil botch from the Greatest Royal Rumble was ranked higher than The Shockmaster’s botch.
You can watch WWE’s Top 10 video below:
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• WWF Veteran Prefers Current ‘PG WWE’ Over ‘Attitude Era WWF’
During a recent appearance on Cigars, Scars and Superstars with Terri Runnels, Old School WWF & WCW Veteran Lex Luger talked about him and Sting not getting along at first and then becoming friends, if he prefers the Attitude Era over today’s PG WWE and more.
Below are the highlights:
On him and Sting not getting along at first and then becoming friends:
“Well, he was with Bill Watts in that territory, which then merged with the Crocketts. He and I didn’t get along at first. I came across as cocky, go figure. He thought I was the cockiest guy he’d ever met. He had asked him a question about how I stayed so lean on the road. He was trying to break the ice a bit because he was in good shape too, He was just trying to break the ice because we didn’t know each other yet. I was taking my boots off and I never looked up at him, I just said, ‘Stoley’s [Vodka] & M&M’s.’ He just walked away shaking his head.
We became friends because we’d be at the hotels in the morning, all the other guys would be flying in somewhere, or driving really late at night trying to get to the hotel. Other guys would be going to bed if they flew in, or sleep in if they drove the night before to the next city, so he and I would be up really early having breakfast so we can carb up and get ready for our workout. He would be across the restaurant, and I would be on the other side, and finally after a couple of months, we thought it was ridiculous so we merged and had breakfast together, went to the gym together, and up until this day we are the best of friends. We really hit it off; we became business partners and best friends.”
On if he prefers the Attitude Era over today’s PG WWE:
“No, I don’t. I loved wrestling back then, and I loved our era, but at the same time I do love the progression and how it has evolved into a complete global entity. I loved my era, but I love what they are doing today with the Women’s division and the era we have today.”
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