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Buff Bagwell Claims JBL Attempted To End His Career


Former WWE and WCW star Buff Bagwell has made the claim that WWE Hall Of Famer JBL tried to end his wrestling career.

Buff Bagwell began his wrestling career back in 1990, before moving to WCW a year later. During his early years in the company, Bagwell squared off against the likes of a young Steve Austin, before teaming with 2 Cold Scorpio, and winning the WCW World Tag Team Titles.

Bagwell joined the nWo in 1996 and remained with WCW until the company collapsed in 2001. The former tag champion then made the switch to WWE, but his time with the company is mostly remembered for his match with Booker T on the July 2nd episode of Monday Night Raw.

The bout was supposed to represent a new WCW presentation and was poorly received by fans and Bagwell left the company just weeks later.

Now Buff The Stuff has taken to social media to give an insight into his experience of sharing a ring with former WWE Champion John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield. Buff Bagwell was responding to someone sharing a story from Hardcore Holly’s book about JBL definitely picking on the wrong guy when he attempted to pick on Steve Blackman:

“Bradshaw attempted to end my career in a dark segment on Smackdown, I’m glad he’s grown up from those days.”

While Buff Bagwell has recently reinvented himself on social media as being for everyone, the former 5-time WCW World Tag Team Champion recently discovered that hentai definitely is not.