Remember Gangrel? That vampire gimmicked wrestler from the attitude era? Gangrel might not be the most popular wrestler of the attitude era but he had a very interesting gimmick. And his entrance theme is still considered as one of the best themes of his time. It is still considered as one of the best themes ever.
It’s a shame that WWE could not utilise Gangrel’s gimmick to the fullest. He might not be the most technically gifted wrestler of the time, but he had an interesting gimmick which could come very useful.
The former WWE star recently spoke to the Roman Show where he revealed that he talked to Bray Wyatt who wanted him back in WWE;
Talking to Bray Wyatt about coming back to WWE:
“I was talking to Bray Wyatt. He wanted me to come in, but the thing is WWE doesn’t own the rights to the name of ‘Gangrel’ so that got shut down. It would have been fun. I probably would have come in as a manager. But I always wrestle. It’s never too late.”
The Brood being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame:
“Maybe The Brood. You have Edge already in. The Brood maybe one day will go in. They weren’t on for a lot of time. They were popular and changed some things but when I see the hall of fame I loved it when they put in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express. They did their time and put the miles in. They stayed together. I like that heritage. The Brood, it was great, but I don’t think we had a long tenure. But it changed things.”
“I liked The Hardys and they are still doing their thing. I think I had the Hardys because we had to get them away from Michael Hayes. They were stuck, and it was a transition before becoming the great stars that they are today. Awesome guys. I am proud of them all.”
Here is the video of the interview;
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