“WWE Doesn’t Like Me Any More” Says 90s Star

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The Biography: WWE Legends series took wrestling fans deeper into the careers of some of the company’s biggest stars but according to one former talent for the company, there is an unaired episode out there.

Speaking to Under The Ring former nineties WWE star Barry Horowitz claimed there’s an episode of Biography: WWE Legends about him that hasn’t aired and says he doesn’t know why:

“I guess WWE doesn’t like me anymore. I don’t know nor do I care. A lot of people don’t even know that they did a biography on me. It was filmed two years ago and not shown. How about that one? Yeah, I guess I’m not a big enough star to get on A&E and talk about my life.”

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Barry Horowitz was one of WWE’s most recognizable enhancement talents during his time with the company which lasted off and on between 1981 and 1997. Horowitz’s most famous moment came at SummerSlam 1995 when the star finally captured a win, defeating Skip.

When Horowitz’s time in the promotion came to an end he joined WCW, spending two and a half years in that company winning precisely two matches in that time with one of them coming via disqualification.

Barry Horowitz has not wrestled regularly since the early 2000s but did make an unlikely appearance in IMPACT Wrestling in early 2023 and in an even more unlikely occurrence, he picked up a win over Johnny Swinger.