Teddy Long, a Hall Of Famer, said that in his career, he was taken to Wrestler’s Court but that he has also grown a liking for it.
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The WWE created an unofficial court called Wrestler’s Court where they’d get together and judge one another when mistakes were made. The Undertaker often presided and the Superstars created this court ‘to police each other.”
“They took me to Wrestler’s Court for selling viagra, so I had to get a lawyer” Long revealed. “So the lawyer I got was Mae Young.”
“I tell Mae Young the whole story,” he continued. “We went into wrestler’s court and the first thing she said everybody popped. She said, ‘Well, I want you guys to know Teddy Long is not guilty of selling that Niagra.’ She couldn’t say it right, so she called it Niagra! That was a great day, but I still was found guilty, so I had to buy buckets of chicken and beer for about two weeks for Bradshaw, ‘Taker, and some more of the boys.”
Wrestler’s Court is an unofficial court in the WWE where they take care of mistakes other Superstars make. The “Judge” is almost always the Undertaker and it was created so that Superstars could police each other if they made a mistake.
“I loved it,” Long said. ‘Taker was the judge … we needed stuff like that, we needed our own thing to do. We entertained the people all the time, so now let’s entertain ourselves! So I loved Wrestler’s Court, especially when I wasn’t the guy on trial … It didn’t bother me at all, but that was just something that we did and all the boys loved it.”