Another WWE Hall Of Famer Turns Down Last Match Offer
WWE Hall of Famer doesn't want one more match
Another WWE Hall of Famer has turned down an offer from Conrad Thompson to have a last match.
The AdFreeShows.com man recently promoted 'Ric Flair's Last Match' under the Jim Crockett Promotions banner and Thompson hinted afterwards that the event was part of a master plan. He has since filed to trademark Southwest Championship Wrestling and Booker T has revealed that he rejected his own last match offer from Conrad.
Booker T isn't the only one, though, and Diamond Dallas Page revealed on his DDP Snake Pit podcast that he turned down having a show built around his last match.
"It's nothing I'll ever do. Conrad was like 'You know DDP, you'd be perfect to do one of these.' I was like 'Nah bro, I'm good. I had my last match, it's never going to be better than that.' I was lucky enough to have all my boys around me and it was fun. I'm good with that," Page said.
DDP, then 63-years-old, had his final match on the January 15, 2020, episode of AEW Dynamite when he, Dustin Rhodes, and QT Marshall teamed together against MJF, The Butcher, and The Blade in a losing effort.
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