WWE and A&E’s Biography series spotlights some of the biggest names to come through pro wrestling. Booker T had a special episode dedicated to him last night, but they left out one very controversial feud.

Triple H and Booker T’s WrestleMania XIX storyline was nowhere to be seen on the documentary. That angle included a lot of controversial racially-charged lines and segments. In the end, Booker T even lost the match which gave a very strange message considering the overall theme of the angle.

David Dennis Jr confirmed that there were plans to include the Triple H feud in the documentary. He went on Twitter and said that he gave a long interview about that Mania angle, but he knew it wasn’t making the final cut.

I honestly don’t know why it didn’t make the final cut I just know I didn’t feel good about it having much of a chance lol

In a deleted tweet, Dennis wrote: “So there’s a lot of footage somewhere that’s pretty spice lmao” and “I just wonder if Vince and HHH saw it because baybeeeeee”

We’ll have to see if those scenes make it into an extended version of the Booker T documentary, but they hit the cutting room floor for a reason. That doesn’t mean that everyone is happy about the decision.

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