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Scott Putski discusses why he felt leaving for WCW was the biggest mistake of his career

From Corey C.:

This past Wednesday, September 1, 2010, former WCW, WWF and GWF wrestler, as well as a second generation wrestler Scott Putski joined “The Pacific Coast Player” JT Evans of False Count Radio for an interview, in association with Gimick$ T-shirts.

Scott discussed his wrestling training.

Scott talked about following in the footsteps of a wrestling legend.

Dusty spoke about his early days and first success in GWF.

Scott reminisced on the late General Skandor Akbar.

Scott remembered his time in Japan and Mexico.

Scott spoke about his time working for Vince McMahon.

Scott reminisced about his feud with Brian Christopher and Jerry Lawler.

Scott remembered teaming with his father.

Scott spoke about his time in WCW and his thoughts on Eric Bischoff, comparing him to Vince McMahon.

Scott discussed life after retirement.

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2 Responses

  1. Mimuran says:

    man I remember when Putski was in WWF/E back when the lightweight division was getting its start……he showed a lot of promise, and it looked like he was gonna be the face of their division, then he just….vanished and showed up on WCW as a jobber leaving me with a very “wtf” feeling

  2. holycow says:

    The interview itself is very good. The guy conducting it was great. The other guy that later came on sounded like Barney Fife with marbles in his mouth. Terrible!!!!

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