"No Holds Barred" Villain Talks Working With Hulk Hogan, Bruiser Brody To Be Honored, Titus O'Neil

- As seen during Raw, Titus O'Neil talks about his grandmother and the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

- The Cauliflower Alley Club has announced that Bruiser Brody would be honoured posthumously at the 50th anniversary reunion next April in Las Vegas.

- TheAVClub.com has an interview with Kurt Fuller, the character actor who played the villainous Brell in No Holds Barred as the head of the World Television Network.

When asked about the film, he responded, "See, now you're trying to hurt me. [Starts to laugh.] Okay, I'll start from now backward: They just re-released No Holds Barred on Blu-ray, and I don't know that they did it for all of it, but a lot of the way it was marketed was as one of the worst movies of all time. But it's one of those that's so bad it's good.

"Again, an early job, and I still knew nothing about acting. I was a terrible actor, and that's why I got the job: I would allow myself to be so bad that I lowered and got down to WWF standards. [Laughs.] I'm sort of this insane Donald Trump-like head of the network, and I was working with Hulk Hogan. I have nothing bad to say about Hulk Hogan. In fact, compared to what I have seen in the press and all the high jinks of his life, I didn't see any of that coming, man. He was just a businessman who worked out, you know?"


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