UFC Hall of Famer Dan Severn on WWE Brawl For All, Don Frye, NWA Wrestling

The Sports Courier’s Fred Richani catches up with one of our favorite and most requested guests Dan “The Beast” Severn!

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The Sports Courier’s Fred Richani interviews UFC legend Dan “The Beast” Severn at the 2018 Action Martial Arts Hall of Fame Weekend!

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About The Interview: TSC News host Fred Richani interviews UFC Hall of Famer Dan “The Beast” Severn at the 2018 Action Martial Arts Hall of Fame Weekend at the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City, NJ. In this candid interview, the only triple crown champion in UFC history discusses his professional wrestling comeback, potentially participating in Billy Corgan’s new incarnation of the NWA, challenging for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship, his experience in the infamous WWE Brawl for All Tournament during the Attitude Era, training with Al Snow, aging gracefully, how he’s kickin’ bullying, and an update on his longtime friend, MMA legend “The Predator” Don Frye’s health.

Fast Facts about Dan Severn:

  • UFC Hall of Famer
  • Only triple crown champion in UFC history
  • Arizona State University wrestling Hall of Famer
  • Former Olympic wrestling alternate (1980, 1984, 1988)
  • Two-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion
  • 101–19–7 professional MMA record

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