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Buff Bagwell Speaks On Shooting His Father, SD!, More

Posted by Tim Brown in WWE News
Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

The Coshocton Tribute recently interviewed Buff Bagwell, where he discusses the adjustment to working in front of small crowds and more. Bagwell will be headlining Ohio Championship Wrestling’s first show at the Civic League Community Center in Zanesville, OH

On working indy shows: “I used to wrestle in front of 100,000 people and not meet one person. Now I wrestle in front of 500 and meet everybody. It’s much better for the fans. Most want that interaction. They want to touch you, they want to say hello,” he said.

On his new autobiography ‘Gladiators Dont Cry’: “I’ve got a story that is completely off the chain. It’s crazy, literally, it really is. I shot my father when I was 18 years old for beating my mom up. So, way beyond wrestling my life’s been crazy. He’s still alive and now we’re best friends,” he said. “I’ve led a pretty crazy life outside of wrestling, but that too. In wrestling it was just wide open.”

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