Former WWE Superstar Haku recently shed light on his involvement in numerous bar fights during his wrestling career, revealing that his actions were driven by a fervent desire to protect the integrity of the wrestling business.
In an interview with Wrestling Inc., Haku provided insight into the prevailing mindset of the 80s, where defending the honour of professional wrestling was paramount.
Some people that I beat up, but that was how it was in those days. Some town, guys had a few drinks and they think they can beat you up, but they have no idea, but you know, pro wrestlers are the toughest people in that time of the 80’s.
Haku elaborated on the imperative to safeguard the wrestling business, underscoring the deeply ingrained ethos of protecting the sanctity of professional wrestling. Reflecting on the evolution of the industry, he acknowledged the shifting landscape from decades past to the present day.
You always protected the business. You were always taught to protect the business but look at how it is now. There was a time for everything. Things changed from how they were in the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s to how things are today. We can’t control it, it’s just part of life and the journey that we have in life.
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Brian Knobbs stated that actor Chuck Zito could be tougher than Haku. Knobbs revealed that Zito is a tough individual and that with his Hells Angels connections, he is definitely a man he wouldn’t want to mess with.