- 09/03/2013 (5:37:23 pm)
- Bob Mulrenin
…Former ECW personality Lou D’Angeli (aka Sign Guy Dudley and Lou E. Dangerously) recently took part in a Q&A. D’Angeli spoke on a number of topics including : Is he a Paul Heyman guy ? His thoughts on John Cena, the Attitude Era and much more. Here are some highlights:
On this week's episode of MLW Radio, hosted by AAA booker Konnan, former WWE creative executive Court Bauer
and MSL, the trio discuss a variety of topics, including the time WWE attempted to buy the AAA lucha libre
organization in Mexico. Bauer, a former member of the WWE inner circle, spoke about WWE's plans for international
expansion in 2007:
"They went in there [Mexico] with big, big ambitious plans a few years ago. They wanted to do a lot of business
down in Mexico and then obviously those plans scaled back and they haven't run in two or so years down there."
Konnan, AAA's matchmaker, offered an inside perspective on what took place during the negotiations between
WWE and AAA:
"I know exactly what happened because we had to live through it. We had a meeting. I've never talked about this.
We had somebody from WWE actually come and having a meeting with me and Dorian, who is the son of the
owner. We had a meeting with somebody from WWE and they came and offered to buy AAA. He was really cool.
He was like, 'We want to buy AAA.' Dorian was like, 'We're not really for sale, but we'll listen.'"
"They wanted to buy 51% of the company. I was like, 'Dude, do not do that because these [guys], the minute
they don't like something, they're going to get rid of us.' I said why doesn't Vince just buy 50% or 49%? They said
Vince doesn't like to go into partnership with anybody and doesn't want to be asking for permission for anything. I
asked what would happen to us. They said, 'As you can see, we're having trouble running WWE as it is and we're
trying to expand into Europe. We don't really know what we're doing in Mexico, so you guys would stay in power.'"
"We excused ourselves to go to the bathroom and I said that's BS. The minute we do something they don't like,
they're going to change it and there's nothing we can do about it. We can't give them this type of power, which
he understood. He told them we wouldn't sell that much of the company."
The new episode of MLW Radio is available for free at www.MLW.com and on iTunes (search: MLW Radio), along
with episodes featuring Chris Jericho, The Ultimate Warrior, Mick Foley, Billy Corgan, MVP, former WWE writers and
many others. New episodes of MLW Radio are released each and every Sunday night on MLW.com.
Lucky 13 End of Summer Brooklyn Deal
Lucky 13 Promotions and K&S Wrestlefest is pleased to have WWE wrestling legend with us on Sat., Oct 5th at the Crowne Plaza in Monroe NJ. Appearing with us will be WWE Legend Steve Lombardi.
Lombardi has been apart of the WWE since in 1983. During his run in the WWE he competed as The Brooklyn Brawler, KimChee, Doink the Clown, and Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz (also known as MVP Most Valuable Player). Lombardi was a member of the Heenan family and even took Bobby Heenan match against the Red Rooster Terry Taylor at WrestleMania 5.
To celebrate the end of summer and the great career of Steve Lombardi we are have a limited time only a special limited time only Encyclopedia deal is in place for his Oct 5 autograph signing at Legends of the Ring
For $50 fans can get 5 entries signed in 1 Encyclopedia.
The Entries that can be signed are:
--Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz
--Doink the Clown
A total saving of $25.
For all details please visit:
Thanks to Mike Informer for this link on Terry Funk