Arn Anderson Shares Ricky Steamboat Wanted To Be A Heel But Knew It Won’t Work – Wrestling Inc.
throughout his career, Ricky Steamboat It always depicts the prominent darling face. However, Steamboat wasn’t always eager to play the good guy. Fellow WWE Hall of Famer Arn Anderson mentioned how Steamboat would often tell him he wanted to be a heel.
“All the time,” Anderson said in his speech.ARN“podcast.” And I said, “Ricky, it’s none of my business, but it’s my business because you’re going to make a huge mistake.” “Yes, but it will be very interesting.” I said, “Well, it would be for you, but it wouldn’t be fun for the fans, and you know what? The relationship you have with our audience, young people, grandmothers, grandfathers, all you would end up doing is just let down a bunch of people. You wouldn’t have the heat of pulling money.” .You wouldn’t have that red hot heat where they are trying to kill you.”
Despite his desire to play heels, Steamboat reached the top of the mountain as a babyface when he defeated Ric Flair for NWA World Heavyweight Championship, with the crowd firmly behind him. Steamboat would also find success in WWE as a babyface, both in an Intercontinental Championship victory over “Macho Man” Randy Savage in WrestleMania III And in an unforgettable story with Jake Roberts “The Snake”. Steamboat remains one of the most beloved kids in pro wrestling history, along with his counterpart 2009 WWE Hall of Fame Offered to exhort his accomplishments as a good man.
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