There are a lot of negative things said by the internet wrestling community towards Lex Luger. A legendary performer that actually knew him and worked with him, however, has a different point of views. Stan Hansen acknowledges that he hears the criticism towards Luger. The Bad Man From Borger felt that Luger was a good worker in the ring. He also stated that he never encountered any attitude problems backstage.
October 4, 2015
Since he worked backstage in WWE for years, Bruce Prichard has a million stories that wrestling fans would love to hear. He shared one recently. Prichard stated that Vince McMahon did not initially want to sign the Undertaker when he was a free agent. McMahon felt that he looked more like a basketball player than a wrestler. Plus, the Phenom was coming off of a really bad match in WCW against Lex Luger.
August 19, 2015
In case you're wondering what Lex Luger has been doing as of late, the former world heavyweight champion recently moved to North Carolina. He did so because he started up a non profit organization called World Wrestling Outreach. He and Nikita Koloff have partnered up to create wrestling events that raise funds for various community needs.
June 20, 2015
When it comes to the training that Hulk Hogan received before he became one of the biggest stars that WWE has ever seen, a lot of fans are familiar with the name Hiro Matsuda, the legendary performer who also trained Scott Hall and Lex Luger. However, none of us knew about Koko B Ware, who claimed in a recent interview that he secretly was the guy that trained both Hogan and Brutus Beefcake. Hogan does not acknowledge it.
February 23, 2015