WWE Hall of Famer “Mean” Gene Okerlund confirmed to The Score’s Arda Ocal that he will be appearing on WWE Legends’ House, a reality show premiering in 2012 on the WWE Network that will put eight to ten ‘Legends’ under one roof.
“I can tell you this, I think there is some reservations about that particular program. Cause were talking about senior citizens, of course that’s not me. Yes I intend, and I’ve been asked to be apart of it. So lets go, lets see what happens,” Okerlund said.
Stephanie McMahon was quoted as saying in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly documenting her typical workday that WWE Hall of Famers Dusty Rhodes, Iron Sheik and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper are slated for the show.
Okerlund also discussed whether he had aspirations beyond the microphone, Ric Flair being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame a second time, Edge’s induction, The Rock facing John Cena at WrestleMania XXVIII, his time in World Championship Wrestling, opening a “Mean Gene Burgers” in the Canadian Arctic of Iqaluit, Nunavut, and more. The full audio interview is available here
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