Former WCW champion Lex Luger recently spoke to Sportskeeda about a variety of topics. One of those topics was whether or not he was discouraged that he never became WWE champion.
“Not at all. I look back at my fifteen-year career with great memories. I worked with probably almost virtually every top performer of my era, and I don’t look at what I didn’t accomplish. Just look at the list of stuff you mentioned. I’m thrilled and honored to be able to have that kind of career for fifteen years looking back now.”
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Longtime WWE fans know that Luger worked in Vince McMahon’s company from 1993 to 1995 and during the time, he became one of the most popular Superstars on the roster. Many fans believed that he was the heir apparent to Hulk Hogan and Luger did appear to be in line for a major push, but it never materialized.
Lex was also asked about being a member of the legendary Four Horsemen, the Dungeon of Doom and the nWo Wolfpac. Which stable was his favorite?
“They were all fun. I would say I have a special place in my heart for The Four Horsemen because I had just gotten into wrestling for a year. That was my first huge opportunity. Talk about opportunities right? I got to work with Ric Flair, Tully Blanchard. Arn Anderson, J.J Dillion. That was just an incredible experience. So that stands out me of the ones you mentioned. The nWo Wolfpac was during the Monday Night Wars. That was during a time the business with WWE and us was at its peak. That was a fun time. I have great memories of that as well.”
Lex Luger retired from professional wrestling in 2006. Physical issues have confined him to a wheelchair in the years since then but he has worked with WWE Superstars in a backstage capacity concerning their own physical health.