Bruiser Brody was, apparently, offered a hundred grand to attack Mr T at Wrestlemania I.
The Iron Shiek was, apparently, offered Twenty Five grand to shoot on Hulk Hogan during their world title match a few months before that.
Verne Gagne, apparently, had money to throw around back then.
The reason DDP had those "Super White Teeth", is because Scott Stiener smashed his old ones with his fist's.
Jerry Lawler still wrestles on the Indy cuircit. Also, He absolutely hates looking weak on Raw, as he feels it hurts his character and it could affect his earnings.
Before he became "The Worlds most dangerous man" in the world of MMA, Ken Shamrock was a pro wrestler by the name of Vince Torelli!
HHH used to carry Nash, Hall & Michaels travel bags.
After a night of heavy drinking, sometime in the early 80's, a miserably hungover and terribly sick, Andre the Giant found himself in a six-man tag match (I forget the federation). At some point in the match, Andre had Bad News Brown on the mat and did a move he'd done many times before. The sit down splash! Upon impact he immediately Shat himself, on Bad News' chest..... Rank!
Vince Russo is a likeable person.
Curt Henning nearly broke Steven Segal's hand, during a chance meeting at an airport. Curt and a few other wrestlers had spotted Segal and had approached him like a bunch of marks! When Curt and Steven shook hands, Steven, trying to prove his dominance over the wrestler, tried to squeeze his hand a bit to hard. Curt, being way stronger than Steven, squeezed back and proved his dominance over the actor.
Abdullah the Butcher used to have razor sharp finger nails, these came in very handy if he ever thought an opponent was taking liberties. A slight grab of the throat gauranteed co-operation for the rest of the match!
During Masato Tanaka and Mike Awesome's awesome match, at ECW ONS 2005, Awesome performed a suicide dive to the outside on Tanaka. After which Joey Styles said "I wish he would commit suicide".... Classy.
Former Pizza Hut executive Jim Herd, who was the then WCW President, wanted to rename Ric Flair. The brilliant name he came up with was Spartacus!!!
The digitised belt that Flair used to carry around on WWF programming, back in 1991, wasn't the WCW World championship. It was one of the WWF tag titles. WCW slapped WWF with a lawsuit for parading their number one "prop" on television. Hence, the digitisation.
Feel free to add to/correct any of the above, as it's from memory. Obviously some of the above cannot be proven, and are story's based on word of mouth.