JJ Dillon comments on WWE Hall of Fame

Jan 17, 2012 - by Steve Gerweck

Examiner.com posted an interview with future WWE hall of famer James J. Dillon, manager of the Four Horsemen, among getting the nod for the WWE hall of fame:

It’s an incredible honor. I’m humbled beyond belief. My career was a dream come true. It spanned 45 years and it was an incredible story … What some people might not know is that I worked for the WWF in a management position for about 7 years. Unfortunately, things didn’t end so well. I left the WWF, and I didn’t speak to Vince for 10 years or so. Then I was surprised when they called me and asked me to be a part of Flair’s farewell a few years ago. So, we’re standing in the hallway and as Tully and I were about to go out there, Vince came up to us, shook our hands and thanked us for coming. That was the first time I spoke to him and it opened the doors for this tremendous opportunity to be inducted into the HOF.”

(thanks to Mike Informer)


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