If you want to hear a straight shooter on the world of pro wrestling or pop culture then look no further than the “Stand Up for Greatness with Stevie Ray” podcast (click here if you want to subscribe via iTunes). On a recent podcast, he was asked who he thought was the most racist person in WCW.
You have to hear this because he did not hold back on anything. Stevie Ray said, “It would have to be Terry Taylor. This is not just me saying this. This is many people that this guy has stepped across the line with just for the f**k of it. I’ve never liked Terry Taylor. I never told him that. I try to have respect for everybody because that’s just the way I was raised.”
Stevie said that he’s never claimed to be the best wrestler in the world but he has character and respect and that means something to him but “if it wasn’t for my f**king brother telling me ‘don’t do this s**t,’ I would have choked the f**k out of his ass years ago but I never let him know it because I was always cordial to him.”
Stevie said that he can adapt to anything but he and other people know what Terry Taylor is. Stevie continued, “…and motherf**kers if you don’t like what the f**k I’m saying, you can f**king step to me whenever you see me. Believe that.”
Terry Taylor currently works as a trainer at the WWE Performance Center.
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