Kurt Point has examined a former WWE wrestler who used to smoke continuously before entering the ring.
WWE has featured wrestlers who have unique techniques, gimmicks and styles. Others gained fame for their getups, signature moves, or big talk.
Rob Van Dam, one of WWE’s most popular wrestlers, was a very well-known figure. The Kurt Point Show is the digital recording of the former WWE whiz, Olympic gold winner, and Olympic champion. In his latest episode, he examined him.
Loot’s high-speed euphoria made him surprisingly easier to deal with. Rob was never drunk, so I don’t recall ever seeing or meeting him. He was required to participate in the games.
He needed to get higher, no matter how high he had gotten. He would smoke before returning.
The WWE Corridor of Famer admitted that, even though he was a smoker himself, he wouldn’t be able work again.
I have to tell this. I have smoked before, so I will not mislead you. [But] I would never be able to work if I smoked. There is simply no way. I don’t understand how they do it.
Angle also spoke about the merger of the UFC with WWE. He spoke about times when both companies were perceived as rivals.
He also suggested that the merger could be beneficial for both organizations.
It’s ludicrous. Now, one social event has two meanings.
It’s ridiculous. You can’t believe that you were not allowed to try UFC while you were wrestling. You were not allowed to try WWE while you were in the UFC.
Angle said that Dana White didn’t want anyone who had a WWE contract to be in the UFC. “They’d reject you.”
They had the impression that they were fighting, even though they weren’t. They are both sports and fight fans, but they have ended up together for some strange reason.
What are your talents? In any case, they can help each other. They could collaborate to progress. “It could be beneficial,” he added.