Ex-WWE Star Recalls Breaking In Laurinaitis, The Rock Asked If Wrestling's Fake
— Former WWE talent Luke Williams (a/k/a “Bushwhacker” Luke) recalls giving WWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis his start in the professional wrestling industry during an interview with SportsTownChicago.com.
“We broke him in the business,” Williams said of Laurinaitis, who broke into the National Wrestling Alliance in 1986 as a flagbearer for The Sheepherders. “We were in NWA and he came in and Dusty [Rhodes] put him with us. Dusty was the booker at the time and he put him with us to learn the business. When he first started, he carried our flag and after a year or so, we went into the six-man’s and all that. John is a very educated man; he’s got a bachelor’s in business. I left in 1988 to go to WWE and he went to WCW and teamed up with Shane Douglas.”
— WrestlingFigs.com reports Jerry “The King” Lawler will appear at Pulp Comics 4413 Queen St. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada on May 5 from noon to 4:00 p.m. For more information, call 905-353-0666 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
— Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has addressed the long asked question: “Is Wrestling fake?”
His Twitter response to the question was, “Only when I lose my friend..”
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