Legendary WCW/TNA superstar, Sting, never worked for WWF/WWE. Wrestling fans was always hoping that he “might” ’cause they wanted him to wrestle a match against the Undertaker for a Wrestlemania which was a dream match that fans always wanted. WWE have been trying to sign Sting for many years but Sting kept saying, “No”. Look like Vince McMahon was finally successful at signing, Sting.
ESPN’s show E60 will air a special about former WWE/WCW star, Scott Hall, who used to be Razor Ramone, and was one of the founders of the nWo wrestling group. Scott has had a long history of battling his addiction of drugs & alcohol, and he is still having problems to this day. His fellow wrestling friends such as Triple H, Kevin Nash, Eric Bischoff, Hogan and others tried to help Scott get clean & sober, but it was no good. Scott is still having problems as you can see in this video here.
I really hope Scott Hall gets the help he needs before it’s too late, or else he’s going to be next in line of all those dead wrestlers from the past. I’m even surprised the guy is still alive.
Like Scott Hall or not his wrestling career was really legendary. He had many classic matches and created history with professional wrestling over the years. He was also a tremendous performer & wrestler. I hope he gets inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame because he certainly deserves it.
Over the years, there’s been a lot of speculation in the wrestling community that Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan always hated each other. Well this video should put the hate accusations to rest because this is good enough proof that Hulk always respected the Macho Man.
While I don’t like Hulk Hogan myself, this is actually a good video. Good on Hulk for once!
Charlie Sheen should take note. Sheen should look at what Scott Hall is going through. If you don’t know who Scott Hall is, he is a former WWE/WCW star who used to go under the name of Razor Ramone in old school WWF, plus he was one of the founders of the nWo group in WCW.
Here is Scott Hall, performing at some Indy wrestling event in Fall River, M.A. He felt sick and was hospitalized that night. Scott tried to walk to the ring and climb through it but he couldn’t. You can see he has a group of guys helping him to the ring. It’s sad.
You still have to give Scott credit and kudos though. It’s obvious he didn’t care if he was feeling like that, he was committed to performing. He had a lot of guts performing that night even if he was a mess. The show must go on, I guess.
I wish him well. He is an incredible performer, I always admired him in the wrestling business. Get well soon, Chico!
WWE is trying to get us to play these guessing games again. WWE aired this video tonight on RAW. The video is a teaser of a wrestler coming to WWE. It’s none other than Sting, obviously. How do I know? If you read the comments in WWE’s facebook page, most people are guessing a variety of wrestlers. From the Undertaker, to Awesome Kong, to Jeff Hardy, to Batista, etc. LOL. That’s because they are new WWE fans. They don’t know WCW history too well. Those that are naming, Sting, got it right.
Why would it be Sting? I mean, watch the video. The rain and thunder. If you look at the video closely, you can see the scorpion somewhere. Plus, the long black leather coat. The music is very similar to Sting’s older entrance’s from WCW.
Those people who think it’s the Undertaker is really delusional. It’s not ‘Taker ’cause ‘Taker have always been a Smackdown guy. Sting and Undertaker shouldn’t be on the same show anyway.
Who would Sting feud with when he arrives in WWE on the 21st of this month? I would think Sting would go after who has the WWE title.
Since a lot of former WCW and WWE guys are working for TNA wrestling, that made wrestling fans wonder if Bret “The Hitman” Hart will ever work for TNA Impact someday. Will he ever? Well in this article, Bret has some positive things to say about TNA and not so positive things about TNA.
The positive? Bret says that TNA is more of a wrestling show because of the company’s lighter schedule than WWE. He says TNA is a serious rival against WWE, but doesn’t put the blame on the actual wrestlers. He also says good things about TNA star, Samoa Joe, who is the top star of the company right now and he worries that Hulk Hogan might take Samoa Joe’s spotlight if he has a match against him.
The negative? Well Bret slams Hogan and Bischoff. Explaining his experiences with Hogan and Bischoff when they worked together for WCW. Bret never got along with Hogan and Bischoff in WCW behind the scenes. He also says that Hogan believes in his heart that he is the star of the show and he is wrestling, which is a polite way of saying that Hogan is an egomaniac. Bret reveals that he will not work for TNA as long as Hogan and Bischoff are still working for them. Bret may consider working for TNA, whenever Hogan and Bischoff leaves.
Can’t blame Bret, so good on him. Notice how a lot of other wrestlers hate Hogan and Bischoff in real life. Hogan and Bischoff have huge egos ’cause they think they are pioneers of wrestling, they think they started it all. Hulk Hogan didn’t invent professional wrestling, he only helped make it mainstream. I’ve always been a Hogan hater myself. There are other wrestlers that are more legendary than him.
In my opinion, Mick Foley, is the one that made professional wrestling to what it is today. Not Hogan.
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