Diamond Dallas Page, JJ Dillon, Kevin Sullivan, Ken Shamrock and more joined Steve and The Scum of WGD Weekly for a tribute to the Ultimate Warrior.
Below are some highlights from DDP (courtesy of LordsofPain.net):
His Nancy Grace appearance:
“…I almost got up and walked away, but if I would’ve done that how would that look for wrestling? I was just like, Nancy, he hasn’t wrestled in eighteen years, what are you talking about?”
Warrior in WCW:
“…On his first day in WCW, when he came to the arena, at some point, he had someone grab me and Goldberg and brought us to meet him. He wanted to meet us…so, we go over to his locker room, and he gives us a big hug and he says, ‘guys, I just want you to know, I’ve been watching, and I’m loving your energy and you two guys are the reason why I want to get back in the ring.’ So, for me, I don’t know about Bill, but for me, that’s a pretty big deal…that was pretty cool, and if you followed all the way through, when I was the driver ( at WrestleMania 6), Diamond Dallas Page, chauffeur, I hadn’t even made it to WCW as a manager yet…I’m there when he is going for the World title against Hogan, and then the match that he ends up going against Hogan again at Halloween Havoc, I’m going for the World title against Goldberg, it was pretty crazy.” Continue reading →
DDP talks about his time in WCW and WWE, Vince McMahon, and much more!
Former WWE and WCW star Diamond Dallas Page recently took some time to participate in an exclusive in-depth interview with PWMania.com. DDP spoke on a variety of subjects from his time in WCW and WWE, Vince McMahon and Eric Bischoff, WWE purchasing WCW and more.
“Diamond” Dallas Page was recently the guest for a special double interview on WGD Weekly with Steve and the Scum. During the two interviews, which each ran about an hour, DDP talked candidly with Steve and the Scum about all points throughout his time in the wrestling industry, right up through his current work with DDP Yoga and the numerous performers and athletes who have been taking part in his program.
Both interviews in their entirety can be heard here:
Former WCW TV Champion and WWF Intercontinental Champion, Marc Mero recently joined Steve and the Scum on WGD Weekly for a thirty minute interview that can be heard in its entirety here:
(Mero interview begins at 29:45)
The former, Johnny B. Badd speaks on a wide range of topics including his ex-wife, Sable, the Honky Tonk Man’s short run in WCW, Triple H, Arn Anderson, DDP, and much more. Highlights of Mero’s chat with Steve and the Scum include him discussing:
Courtesy of author Ron Snyder of www.abc2news.com:
As a professional wrestler, Scott Hall had a career that was unparalleled compared to most.
In the 1990s, Hall performed in front of sold out crowds across the world, helped usher in record TV ratings wrestling has yet to duplicate and made millions of dollars in the process.
But, it will be in front of a few hundred fans later this month in Joppa that will represent a moment Hall will be as excited about as being in the main event at WrestleMania in Madison Square Garden. On Nov. 23 at Joppa Market Place, Hall will be in the corner of his son, Cody, as he wrestles in part of the main event of the latest card being promoted by Maryland Championship Wrestling.
“’This is it. If you don’t get it done, you’re going to die,’” Roberts told himself before moving into DDP’s Accountability crib. “I mean, when you want to die, you can shut yourself down to that point. There’s no doubt in my mind I could do that to myself to die. Give up.”