Fallah Bahh On The Mishap That Left Him Looking Like Winnie The Pooh

Fallah Bahh

IMPACT Wrestling star Fallah Bahh has recalled an unfortunate mishap during a match that left him stuck trying to get inside the ring.

The four-hundred-plus pound Fallah Bahh has been a mainstay of IMPACT Wrestling since he debuted for the promotion in 2017. The 35-year-old recently competed at Hardcore Justice with tag team partner TJP. They lost a three-way tag team match that was won by Canadian duo Josh Alexander and Petey Williams.

Bahh was speaking to Tommy Dreamer on his House of Hardcore podcast when he relived the event. According to Bahh, he was attempting to emulate another of wrestling’s big men, Big Boss Man.

Fallah Bahh explained:

“There was a time where – I’m going back to WrestleMania 7, do you remember the spot with Big Boss Man sliding underneath the post, to catch up to Mr. Perfect, running round the post and sliding back in? There was a time, where I guess I was on my weight gain, and I was doing it [the move] and all of a sudden, at one point – and this is when I knew I gotta start eating right – I slid under the bottom buckle but I got stuck, and couldn’t finish the rest of the spot.”

“It’s funny because it was like Winnie the Pooh when he got stuck in the thing. We had to call an audible, and I had to take the heat from there until I was able to get out of it. The whole spot was botched – I literally got stuck on the bottom buckle and I didn’t know what to do. The crowd was hysterically laughing.”

IMPACT Wrestling presents Under Siege on the 15th of May, streaming live on IMPACT Plus! A six-man match will determine the number one contender to Kenny Omega’s IMPACT World Title. Announced for that match so far are Chris Bey, Sami Callihan, and Matt Cardona. Omega himself will compete in six-man tag team action. He teams with The Good Brothers to face Eddie Edwards and FinJuice.

The Knockouts Tag Team Titles will also be on the line. New champions Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering defend against the team they defeated for the belts, Fire ‘N’ Flava.

Credit: House of Hardcore podcast

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