He said, “Oh, like you’re doing now?”
I was taken aback, and all I could say was “Huh?” but he kept cutting me off and going “huh? huh? huh?” and closing his hand shut in front of my face. I walked away and continued with my shopping, and I heard him chuckle as I walked off. When I came to pay for my stuff up front I saw him trying to walk out the door with like fifteen gallons of milk without paying.
The girl at the counter was very nice about it and professional, and was like “Sir, you need to pay for those first.” At first he kept pretending to be tired and not hear her, but eventually turned back around and brought them to the counter.
When she took one of the cartons and started scanning it multiple times, he stopped her and told her to scan them each individually “to prevent any electrical infetterence,” and then turned around and winked at me. I don’t even think infetterence is even a word. After she scanned each bar and put them in a bag and started to say the price, he kept interrupting her by yawning really loudly.
I know he was not big time by any means, but he was one of the nicest people I ever met. He was married to former Penthouse Pet of the year Andi Sue Irwin and she came to the club I worked at in 2004. I did not recall
Johnny from any of his WCW appearances, but he still hung out with me, talked wrestling, and was just a cool guy. He asked me for my address and promised me he was going to send me autographed 8 x 10’s. I never expected anything from him, yet over time I got
Chris Benoit, Randy Savage, and a bunch of other guys he hung out with’s autographs and personalized notes. I would never have expected him to go through that for me, when I was just a dude that bounced for his wife for one weekend. He was a stand up guy and
I am glad he got a bit of fame off of the MCW show on TruTV. Goldberg broke his neck and elbow in one match, but it was on Nitro and made the Goldberg VHS so Johnny said at least the world can see it over and over. While so many of our wrestlers may not have
been who we hoped they would be in real life, Johnny was better than I could have imagined. He may not have been popular, but I hope the blog can give a little love to a good guy.
not on, say they’re cashing in, and accept the victory and the title by forfeit?
gives us a champ right away.
After Bundy’s failure in the WWF in the mid 90s, how come The WCW never picked him up? Without doing too much timeline research I think it was right around 96 when he ended his run up north. Still plenty of opportunity in The WCW mid card. Even NWO Bundy May have been interesting. The big signing would of been in 94-95 though, with that silly dungeon of doom/Hogan angel.
I am surprised it never happens and that I havnt really heard about it.