• WWF Veteran Reveals Which Food Item Disgusted Vince McMahon
On the newest episode of his weekly ‘Something To Wrestle With’ podcast, Bruce Prichard (aka Old School WWF manager Brother Love) revealed that Vince McMahon was repulsed by the fast food he ordered once.
Here’s what Bruce had to say:
“Vince was thoroughly disgusted when I ordered a corn dog. I explained to him what a corn dog was… he was like ‘You’re going to eat that?’ We also had hamburgers and other things, Pat and I did, and Vince had egg whites… So, we were going to leave and Vince realized and said, ‘Did you get your corn dog?’
And I said, ‘No, sh*t, I forgot,’ because she didn’t give me my corn dog with the rest of my food. So, I went back and said, ‘Excuse me ma’am, but I didn’t get my corn dog,’ and she said, ‘It ain’t done draining yet.’
Vince says, ‘You’re going to eat something that has to drain?’ In which time I realized, ‘Oh God, you’re right, ma’am no, don’t drain it, my God that’s the best part.”
Prichard joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1987 and was known as heel interview-segment-host Brother Love from 1988 until 1991, as well as The Undertaker’s first manager in late 1990 and early 1991.
Bruce returned to the WWF in August 1992 and worked as a backstage figure (agent, creative, …) and even became Vince McMahon’s ‘right-hand man’ until 2008.
He returned to WWE 10 years later in 2018 and is still working there in multiple positions today.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 12, 1983) – Legendary Old School WWF Manager Passed Away
On this day in 1983, we lost the legendary Old School WWF Manager The Grand Wizard (Real name: Ernie Roth) at the age of 57 due to a heart attack.
During the 70s & early 80s The Grand Wizard managed Stars like Stan Stasiak, “Superstar” Billy Graham, “Big Cat” Ernie Ladd & Killer Kowalski, among others.
In 1995, he was posthumously inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame (now known as WWE Hall of Fame) by Old School WWF Legend Sgt. Slaughter.
† REST IN PEACE
August 30, 1926 – October 12, 1983