I guess the only solace here is, with elites like these idiots, white supremacy’s future prospects have got to be in a pretty dire state. Hey there. We offer a free version that you can All Elite Awe Wrestling Shirt download or you can also try our Premium version for free (join the 7-day trial): Rip Mean Gene. anyone remember his son was on 1980 Olympic hockey team that won our gold. Michael Ha. This junk shouldn’t ever be compared to wrestling. It’s just entertainment for the mindless. pro wrestling is scripted entertainment.
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It’s fun. Real wrestling is the boring sport of men rolling around on a mat together for 5 minutes in tights. You’re junk. No one is claiming it’s a sports Buzz Killington. A human being just died. One many enjoyed listening to growing up. Maybe for a New Years resolution, you can be less of a tool bag. Let me tell you something Mean Gene.thank you, and may you Rest In Peace. Thank you for all those years of entertainment. we’ll miss the fun and pure enjoyment he brought to professional wrestling lots of memories of those crazy interviews with him as the straight man.
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Mean Gene was by far the best interviewer any wrestling co. ever had. He was the standard others tried to live up to. Jessica Gilbertson Gene sat in with our band at Dick and Sandy’s in 1987. We did tutti-frutti of course. Packed house. Good times. that’s awesome. Gene & Jeanne have a place on Big Sandy Lake, the summer here. it was amazing to serve them (I am a waitress) to sit and listen to his stories was amazing.
His wife Jeanne has to be just devastated right now, she had a deep love for Gene. Sad who didn’t love Mean Gene. Really. Rest in peace mean Gene Okerlund. Thanks for the All Elite Awe Wrestling Shirt incredible memories. I always remember his interviews with Macho Man, Hulk Hogan, and Jesse the Body Ventura. R.I.P. Mean Gene. You were truly one of the good guys. Man, if you ever saw his interviews and how he worked with the wrestlers and his comedic timing, he truly was one of the best. RIP.