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“You guys really need to take your heads out of Dave Meltzer’s a$$” – Vince McMahon To WWE Magazine Writers

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• “You guys really need to take your heads out of Dave Meltzer’s a$$” – Vince McMahon To WWE Magazine Writers

We recently reported that Vince McMahon has stepped down as the CEO of WWE and Stephanie McMahon has taken over for the time being during the current Vince McMahon hush money scandal.

On the newest episode of the ‘Cheap Heat Productions’ podcast, former WWE magazine writer Brian Solomon talked about his time in WWE and told a story about Vince McMahon telling all writers to stop trying to impress dirt sheet journalist Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Here’s what Brian said:

“We wanted to do the greatest steel cage matches ever, and he goes, ‘Boy, you guys really need to take your heads out of Dave Meltzer’s a$$.’

I’m terrified, of course, I don’t know what I’m supposed to do. I’m like 30 years old, whatever it is, I’m just trying to feed my kids, and this crazy billionaire and his whims.

There would be other times when he’d be totally agreeable and nice and warm, talk to me about his family, his kids, his father, tell me these stories about when he was a kid and the things that he saw.”

The World Wrestling Federation (WWF) / World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) magazine existed from its first issue in 1983 until its final issue in October 2014.

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Tag Team Wrestling Veteran “J.C. Ice” Jamie Dundee (Real name: James Cruickshanks) celebrates his 51st birthday.

Most Old School fans probably remember him as one half of the Tag Team ‘PG-13’, teaming with his Tag Team partner Wolfie D (Slash in TNA).

PG-13 was a part of the early version of The Nation of Domination in 1996 & 1997, but they also wrestled for Paul Heyman’s ECW Extreme Championship Wrestling in 1997 and for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 2000.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY J.C. ICE!

        
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