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Former WWE Superstar threatens to break JBL’s neck after bullying allegations

Former WWE Superstar Rene Dupree recently did an interview with Hannibal TV. You can check out some of the highlights here below:


“Go watch the movie Dazed and Confused. It has a character played by Ben Affleck, who basically flunked himself out of high school for the sole purpose that he can come back and haze the young kids coming from junior high and hit him with the stick. That’s the best description I can give of JBL.”

On how he’d describe the WWE:

“If I were to describe the WWE, it’s like a well-oiled machine. A billion dollar company, very successful, it’s almost like the military. You got your head captain, we all know who it is, then we got little sergeants who are put in place who are align the troops and soldiers. The longer you’re there the higher you get ranked. That’s the best way I can describe WWE. If you don’t fit their mold, or you’re not part of their gameplan, or you don’t react to their tests the right way you’re booted out. Maybe that’s every corporate American company. I don’t know.”

On what it’s JBL does to people:

“He never personally does anything but he gets like people under him, like the military a lower ranking person, to do his dirty work for him.”

On what he thinks happened between JBL and Mauro Ranallo:

“Again, like I described earlier, there are certain tests to test certain people. Maybe he doesn’t fit the mold because he’s not a wrestler, he never came from a wrestling background. The guy’s very talented so perhaps there is a lot of jealousy in this business. Again, he’s been there a while and is higher rankings. He’s on of the people that the higher ups feel has a good judge of character for the people that fit that company.”

On who is in JBL’s clique backstage:

“That’s still there? They were all southern boys. They all stick together. Even though I’m persona non grata, there’s no way in hell that a person like me would go back knowing that he’s there cause I’d probably break his f*cking neck.”

(quotes via Wrestling Inc.)

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    For me the worse you can be in Pro Wrestling is nobody is talking about you period.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    So JBL is the most hated guy in Pro Wrestling you think this is a bad thing I don’t. This just shows me how good of a heel JBL is damn is he good.

  • Kristopher Robinson


  • oppa

    Wonder what Bob Holly thinks about that threat.