Former WWE superstar Brutus The Barber Beefcake booked for CCW show in South Florida

 

If Brutus The Barber Beefcake would return to World Wrestling Entertainment, he says his sights would be on one person only, his best friend Hulk Hogan.

“I'd like to wrestle Hulk Hogan so I can finally shave his bald head off and make him look good,” Brutus said with a laugh on The Roman Show.

Brutus The Barber Beefcake will be in action in South Florida during the CCW Spring Breakout at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 19 at the Coral Springs Charter School Gym, 3205 N. University Dr. in North Broward County.

The event also features former WWE superstars Carlito and Savio Vega.

Tickets on sale at www.ccwevents.com.

On The Roman Show with host Rodolfo Roman, Brutus discussed his upcoming CCW match and his thoughts on writers and a possible induction into the WWE Hall of Fame.

“I've been wrestling all my life,” he said. “It is what it is, but sooner or later the Hall of Fame will be calling.”

Brutus also says writers take away from the natural talent of a professional wretler.

“Things change; it’s the nature of change.”

He also addresses his WestleMania experiences including pinning Mr.Perfect Curt Hennig, who had an 18-month win streak entering their matchup at WrestleMania 6.

“It wasn't about the lights, fireworks or music,” he said. “It was about the guys and matches. WrestleManias were different back in 1985 compared to 2014.”

Brutus joked about Hogan's Silverdome blunder during WrestleMania 30 and added his thoughts on The Ultimate Warrior.

Click the link below to listen to the entire interview.

http://rodolforoman.com/brutus-barber-beefcake-wants-match-hogan-keith-berry-new-fighter/

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