A big name in WWE believes that rapper Snoop Dogg is a genius when it comes to entertainment.
Bruce Prichard is a WWE veteran who had a long run in the company going back to 1987 for a 20-year run that ended in 2008. During that time, he worked as a manager known as Brother Love, a producer of segments, a member of the creative team and various other roles.
In 2019, Bruce returned to WWE after a decade away and works for the company as an Executive Director. Prichard also runs the WWE shows when Triple H is away on other business, which shows that Bruce is still thought of highly by the management team.
Snoop Dogg is a famous rapper who has been a celebrity for more than 30 years due to his music as well as his presence in the world of entertainment. Due to his numerous contributions to WWE over the years, the company inducted Snoop into their Hall of Fame in 2016.
On a recent episode of Prichard’s Something To Wrestle podcast, the WWE veteran praised Snoop heavily.
“[The] guy’s an absolute genius. Snoop Dogg is probably one of the greatest businessmen I’ve ever had the pleasure of doing business with and, besides that, a great human being. A really nice guy.”
“I’d work with Snoop Dogg every day of the week and twice on Sunday.”
Prichard would go on to say he has never actually gotten high with Snoop, who is known for that sort of thing. That’s because Prichard has only interacted with him in a professional setting.
What Was Snoop Dogg’s Role At WrestleMania 38?
Snoop Dogg’s most recent work with WWE was at WrestleMania 38 in Los Angeles since he’s a California guy. The Miz was the other co-host. They didn’t get along on both nights although they certainly did their best.
On the second night of WrestleMania 39, Snoop Dogg had to improvise when Shane McMahon tore his quad during an impromptu match with The Miz. With Shane out of the match due to injury, Snoop Dogg took over and managed to pin The Miz to win a match that isn’t going to be remembered fondly for its technical prowess.