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Paul London Talks HHH Being Jealous of RVD and Benoit’s Dark Side

– Gerweck Radio recently interviewed former WWE and TNA star Paul London. You can hear the full interview at this link. Here are a few highlights:

Chris Benoit’s dark side:
“Chris was dark, he was extremely dark. We used to have a joke that Chris was tri-polar, because it was a step up from bi-polarity. He would flip sometimes. I think a combination of Chris’ background of with steroids, mixed with the partying, is a recipe for disaster. One of them is a recipe for disaster. Its literally taking Drano and pouring it on your hard drive. See what that does for your computer.”

Triple H being jealous of Rob Van Dam:
“That is another reason I’m pretty sure I won’t be returning there any time soon. Hunter was pretty obviously jealous of certain individuals. I’m not saying he was jealous of me. I could tell he was envious of (Rob) Van Dam. He was extremely envious of Rob’s success. He was jealous of Van Dam’s personality. He was jealous that people gravitated towards Rob, because people liked being around Rob because he was very positive. The most glaring was the work rate. Hunter has had the same matches his whole career. If the guy is so damn tough, why does he need a sledgehammer. How do you justify this guying be a bad ass if he always has a weapon. Hunter is like that nerd that throws out a joke expecting the room to start laughing and ends up laughing at his own joke.”

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  • Ya Boy J Black

    Well I mean he was always in the shadow of someone. First it was the Kliq with Nash, Hall, and HBK. Then once he was the only one left, he was over shadowed by Austin and Rock and Undertaker. But he couldn’t take them down, their personalites could never back down. So he held down nicer people, like Foley to get over. HHH became a superstar in 3 matches, Rumble street fight, No Way Out HIAC, and the Wrestlemania fatal 4 way.
    Ever since that point, EVERY wrestler who became a main eventer had to go through HHH. Orton, Batista, Angle, RVD, Y2J, Benoit, Edge, and Booker T. All of these guys had a lot fire and support right before they fought HHH and they all ended up like Daniel Bryan. A star, but not a superstar. There were only 2 guys who made it without going through HHH, and its funny those are the 2 guys who get more of a reaction than HHH. Brock Lesnar and John Cena.

    • DexDude

      Did you honestly just say that Orton, Angle, Y2J & Edge never became “superstars”? I could kind of agree with RVD (In the WWE at least), Batista, Benoit and Booker (not that they are bad wrestlers but clearly we are talking popularity)… but the others are/were VERY popular. In fact I’d say Chris Jericho is one of the most popular wrestlers today.

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