Former WWE manager Slick was recently the guest on Prime Time with Sean Mooney. During the show Slick discussed that he believed that he’s not in the WWE Hall of Fame due to him being a part of a class action lawsuit against WWE regarding brain injuries.
“I think, that I can say with certainty, that I would be in the Hall of Fame, ahead of Teddy Long, had I not have been a part of that lawsuit. I think I still will [get into the Hall of Fame] because I know Vince… he’s mad now, but as time goes by, he’ll cool off, and we’ll get a chance to talk, and I still believe I will be. If they never put me in there, they’re still not going to take away the fact that I was very, very successful, and that my name had become a household name within wrestling circles.”
“Of course not. No I don’t regret it; it’s only fair. I mean, we made [Vince McMahon] millions of dollars, and we’ve not been fairly compensated. And we have people who get hurt all the time. I don’t want to go into that part, but I have great difficulty, even with my memory. Even now, as we’ve been doing this interview, sometimes I can’t remember what it is I want to say.”
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