Logan Paul botched the Skull Crushing Finale on WWE Raw as he did the move on Rey Mysterio. Paul and The Miz will team against Rey and Dominik Mysterio at WrestleMania 38.
That was sloppiest Skull Crushing Finale By Logan Paul 🤦🏾♂️ #WWERAW
— 𝕲𝖊𝖔𝖋𝖋 ♏️ (@GeoffRhymer) February 22, 2022
That 'skull crushing finale' from logan paul was so bad it couldve actually been skull crushing.
Bad Bunny was a celebrity who could hold it in the ring with full timers.
Letting this youtube yokel loose on professional wrestlers has botches written all over it.
— CM Drunk (@CMDrunk21) February 22, 2022
Triple H has been a locker room leader in WWE during his days as an active performer. However, it seems that he didn’t get along with stars as he hated some. Rene Dupree recently revealed that ‘The Game’ “hated” former Spirit Squad member Nick Mitchell behind the scenes in WWE. It was previously revealed how Triple H rejected a big star.
Rene Dupree makes bold claims on Triple H
The Spirit Squad, a group of male cheerleaders from WWE’s Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) developmental system, appeared on the main roster throughout 2006. The Spirit Squad consisted of Kenny (Kenny Dykstra), Mikey (Mike Mondo), Johnny (Johnny Jeter), Mitch (Nick Mitchell), and Nicky (Nick Nemeth).
While four members of the group did not last long in WWE, Nicky reinvented himself as Dolph Ziggler and is still with the company today. They feuded with several legends during that time, including The Big Show, Kane, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper, and D-Generation X (HHH and Shawn Michaels).
Dupree, a who had run in the company between 2002 and 2007 recently spoke to former Spirit Squad members Johnny Jeter and Mike Mondo on his Cafe de Rene podcast. He recalled how Mitchell, also known as Mitch was despised by HHH.
“I remember being on the road and Hunter [Triple H] hated Mitch,” said Dupree. “Nick Mitchell, right? He hated him.”
Johnny Jeter added that Nick Mitchell was hilarious backstage. However, he thinks his fellow Spirit Squad member may have worried people due to his lack of experience in the wrestling business. Regardless of their in-ring skill level, Jeter believes that nobody in WWE’s developmental territory would have turned down a main-roster spot in The Spirit Squad.
“With Mitch, he didn’t have the experience and so that inherently made people not respect him enough,” said Jeter. “He was in a tough spot, right? If WWE says, ‘Hey, we’re gonna sign you, put you in a tag team,’ I don’t care what anyone says, they would do exactly what Mitch did.”