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Jim Duggan – ‘Becoming Champion Isn’t As Important In Wrestling As In Real Sports’



On a recent edition of his “The Hacksaw Hour” podcast, WWE Hall of Famer “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan shared his opinion on title reigns and why winning a championship is not mandatory to be a successful wrestler.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On why you don’t have to be champion in wrestling: “That’s not the idea of wrestling, holy sh*t, it’s a work. You don’t have to be champion, you don’t have to win all the time. Bruiser Brody told me he’d put anybody over at any time, 1, 2, 3 dead in the middle, just let him get his stuff on after. Boom, get up, get your 2×4, chase the guy out of the ring, chase the referee out of the ring.”

On how becoming champion isn’t as important in wrestling as in real sports: “It’s a job. People look at it, it’s not the way to look at our profession.”

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