Nakamura Theme Cover, Does Triple H Hate Foley? Kurt Angle Talks Hall of Fame

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Keiko Suzuki Covers Nakamura’s Theme

Violinist Keiko Suzuki has shared a video of herself covering Shinsuke Nakamura’s theme song “The Rising Sun” – all we can say is, DAMN!

Foley Says Triple H Doesn’t Hate Him

Mick Foley’s younger son Mickey recently claimed Triple H hated his father in a live stream, but Mick shared the following blog in response:

THIS MAN DOES NOT HATE ME

Despite what you may have heard, I really don’t believe Triple H dislikes me, as my son Mickey implied on his live stream – from which point the story took on a life of its own. Keep in mind, that my son Mickey is on the autism spectrum and while he is a bright and beautiful child, he doesn’t always speak with the same type of filter that most of us naturally have – and as a result, he is much more likely to say exactly what comes into his mind.

Sure, it created something of an awkward position for me – but nothing that is said or done will ever take away from the bond Triple H and I share; the bond of great matches as we were moving up the card in 1997 and 1998, and when we were on top of the card, on top of the cell – and figuratively, on top of the world in 2000. Rumors will come and go. But memories like the ones Triple H and I created will last a lifetime.

It should be noted that there has been a long history of rumors about Triple H not respecting Foley as a top guy.

Angle On Possible Hall of Fame Induction

Kurt Angle answered the Hall of Fame question again in a recent Facebook Q&A:

I don’t know. I don’t control what WWE does and doesn’t do. It would be an honor to be inducted, but I’m not expecting anything from anyone. I’m taking my break one day at a time. This year is MY year off. Yippee!!

He also discussed the transition from the Attitude Era in to the Ruthless Aggression Era:

Hitting the tail end of the attitude era was lots of fun. Lots of comedy. But, the ruthless era was great too. That’s when my character changed into more serious mode. I loved them both but Austin and Rock and HHH were so much fun to work with in the Attitude Era.

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