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Wolfgang – The WWE Superstar (Interview Part 2)


For a man who was “Never looking for the WWE” to put it in his own words, life must be a bit surreal for Wolfgang at the minute. He undoubtedly emerged from the WWE UK Championship Tournament with his profile higher than ever. Impressing with some eye catching performance, but there’s a feeling that of the people involved in the tournament, he is the one who’s work during the tournament itself done the most to make people at WWE sit up and take notice. A remarkable journey considering it’s one that started in the bath, but one that the big man seems to be taking in his stride going forward.

“There was 4 guys (Pete Dunne, Mark Andrews, Tyler Bate and Trent Seven) lined up to go over and do all this promotional stuff after the tournament and by…

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Wolfgang – Built Fae Girders (Interview Part One)


As hard it might be to imagine anything other than the imposing, deceptively floaty big unit of a man who we now know as “Wolfgang”, the big bad Wolf was once a young pup. A young pup who spent his youngest days growing up on an estate called “Haghill” in the East End of Glasgow. A place my missus also happens to hail from, and has described as “rough as fuck” in the past. Rough it may be, but it was the place that Barry Young’s love affair with Pro Wrestling had its beginnings. “It started when I was about 6 or 7 growing up in Haghill” he explained. A place notorious for its “young team” and a breeding ground for many a childhood scrap. Something Wolfgang himself never took a great amount of interest in. “Like the majority of wrestling fans, it was the first thing I remember seeing was…

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