Brooklyn Brawler Recalls Facing Shawn Michaels For The WWF Championship, Scott Dawson Remembers An Old Match

WWE Legend, Brooklyn Brawler was recently a guest on Sean Mooney’s “Prime Time” podcast where he discussed his career in detail. Below is a highlight from the interview where he spoke about facing Shawn Michaels with a H/T to Rajah.com for the transcription.

“His finish is the Superkick if I Superkicked him people would come unglued,” Brooklyn Brawler said. “What a match we had. It was the first Garden show with DX with Chyna and Triple H on the apron on the outside of the ring. Me and Shawn Michaels in Madison Square Garden.”

“I remember The Undertaker walking into the room, into the dressing room and looking at the line-up and it shows me in the main event, he’s underneath me and he goes, ‘what the f–k is this?’ That’s what he said. I just said, ‘it’s not me I didn’t do it!’ Because nobody wants heat with The Undertaker. But I tell ya, my career, you couldn’t even write this the way it happened.”

Brawler continued, “He’s kicking out at two-and-a-half and he’s selling and doing all these crazy moves. I mean he made me look like a million bucks. I’m telling ya and then Triple H jumps on the apron and I pop him, nail him then Chyna comes in and gives me a Frankensteiner. I mean, it was great.”

Scott Dawson Recalls Old Favorite

A wrestling fan tweeted about an old NXT television match between The Revival and American Alpha and Scott Dawson commented on it, admitting it is one of his favorites, even though it isn’t that well remembered.

One that doesn’t get remembered as much, but one of my favorites. Dash & myself competed every night w/Jordan & Gable for 20-40 mins in the ring. Each team wanted to be the best, & that made for great matches. We still haven’t lost that drive. We still want to be the best. https://t.co/3eAcnWHEDO

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— Scott Dawson (@ScottDawsonWWE) June 24, 2018

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