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JJ Dillon shares stories about the Four Horsemen

WWE Hall of Famer and leader of the Four Horsemen, J.J. Dillon was a recent guest on WGD Weekly with Steve and the Scum, walking through the beginning of his time in the wrestling business right up to the current day in a two plus hour, two part interview. In part one of J.J.’s chat […]

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Goldberg talks about his biggest regret in wrestling

Goldberg appeared recently on Jim Ross’s podcast and said he is open to a new WWE deal if the money is right. He also discussed his journey from college football to the NFL to the squared-circle, his WCW streak, the Spear, life in the WWE, and one of the biggest regrets of his wrestling career! […]

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Harley Race talks about confronting Hulk Hogan backstage

Former eight time World Champion aynd WWE Hall of Famer, Harley Race recently sat down with Steve and the Scum on WGD Weekly, discussing all points of his legendary career in a great 45 minute interview. Harley touched on his first interest in wrestling as a child and all stops throughout his time in the […]

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Hulk Hogan talks about his relationship with the Ultimate Warrior, and much more

Sam Roberts talks to Hulk Hogan on SiriusXM’s The Sam Roberts Show, about returning to the WWE, the current generation, and his interactions with Ric Flair, Ultimate Warrior, and Bret Hart, and more. For more Sam visit and @notsam on Twitter.

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“Exotic” Adrian Street discusses how Randy Savage borrowed elements of his character, and more

The Undisputed Wrestling Show ( had the pleasure of talking to “Exotic” Adrian Street recently. Mr. Street discussed his start in pro wrestling in the United Kingdom, how he developed his effeminate character, Randy Savage borrowing elements of his character, what he is doing today at the age of 73, Karl Gotch’s training for pro […]

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Ted DiBiase presents: “‘Million Dollar Man’ Ted DiBiase set for WWE ‘Old School’ Monday Night Raw” by Josh Stewart

Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on and was written by Josh Stewart. Ted DiBiase was in WWE talent development, and didn’t even know it. Back in the ’80s, when his “Million Dollar Man” character lived to demean crowds on a nightly basis, a young fan gave a post-match smooch to DiBiase’s “stinky, sweaty” […]

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