The Young Bucks mocked Ric Flair’s retirement match at WrestleMania 24 in a match against Frankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels on AEW Dynamite. One of the Bucks said ‘I’m sorry, I love you’ before hitting a superkick, like HBK did when finishing off Ric Flair. SCU were forced to break up after losing to The Bucks.
Ric Flair’s protegee was once Triple H. The former WWE star Duke “The Dumpster” Droese who had faced Triple H once recently revealed how he almost quit WWE. But, it was WWE Chairman Vince McMahon who booked him in a storyline and kept him with the company.
Vince McMahon booked him in a storyline with Triple H
Duke Droese recently spoke to Kee On Sports’ Vince McKee and revealed how he haf expressed his desire to part way with WWE when his contract would end.
However, he was convinced to stay after he was promised a feud with Triple H. Though, he squared off in a match with The Game, he suffered a loss and he admitted that he would lose the bout. Bobby Lashley ‘Set To Lose’ WWE Title?
“Kind of dangling the carrot in front of my face to get me to sign for the one-year rollover, they gave me the deal with Triple H,” Droese said. “I knew I wasn’t going to win because he was in The Kliq, first of all, but at least it was going to get me an opportunity. It was my one and only singles match on pay-per-view, if you think about it, ever was that match against Triple H.”
Duke “The Dumpster” Droese had portrayed a garbage man gimmick during his run with WWE between May 1994 and July 1996. He had been part of multiple Royal Rumbles matches but his only pay-per-view match during that time came in February 1996 when he lost against Triple H at In Your House 6.
@youngbucks “I’m sorry. I love you.”
— Phil Ouimette (@PhenominalP3) May 13, 2021