Paul London Takes A Shot at WWE, DGUSA Note
Dec 20, 2010 - by staff
Credit: PWInsider, EWrestling News
– Dragon Gate USA announced several changes for the company moving into 2011. First, they have apparently signed “several” American wrestlers as well as international star PAC. The American competitors will tour with Dragon Gate in Japan in order to get more work and gain experience. They have also hired new video technicians who will focus on improving the quality of their DVD’s and Internet PPV’s. They also announced that the number of live events will be increased, as they have already booked three shows to start the year between January 28th through the 30th. As well as three shows on Wrestlemania weekend in early April.
– Former WWE Cruiserweight and Tag Team Champion Paul London has taken yet another shot at the WWE. Since his release in 2008 London has been very outspoken about his time in the WWE, and most recently in an interview in the latest edition of the British magazine, Power Slam. He discusses his five-year run with the WWE (which he calls “The Entertainers”), the wide array of characters he came into contact with there, and much more.
Regarding a possible return to the organization that ultimately did not live up to his expectations, he said wouldn’t go back for all the money in the world.
“I think it should be changed to Take a Squat on WWE,” he responded regarding the organization’s Stand Up for WWE campaign. “It’s a joke. It’s a nasty place. I wouldn’t go back there for a gazillion dollars. Not for all the money in the world.”
London continues to wrestle the North American indy circuit, most notably for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla in California.