The Blue Meanie was a part of many memorable angles, but one of his biggest showings was unintentional. The BWO member accidentally let a little bit of himself out when it wasn’t intended and it was a terrible moment to have such a slip-up.

While talking to the Brisco and Bradshaw Show, The Blue Meanie revealed that one Shattered Dreams kick from Goldust got a bit more than he bargained for. This all happened during WWE RAW and it was on display for all to see.

“This is in the era where we would do a live RAW on Monday, and tape Tuesday, so we’re taping on Tuesday and they wanted to do a parody of the Nitro Girls. The RAW Boy. This was during the whole Blue Meanie/Goldust feud. They’re like, ‘ladies and gentlemen, RAW boy!’ and I come out and do the whole dancing and stuff.”

“Goldust comes from behind, because we’re still in the feud, and he beats me all the way to the ring. He throws me in the ring and he sets me up for the Shattered Dreams kick. Then I feel one leg go up over the ropes, and the other leg over the ropes, and then I just feel… uh-oh. I just feel my balls pop out of my shorts. As that happens, I’m facing the Titantron. I look up at the Titantron and my balls are on the Titantron. I’m saying if the camera adds ten pounds, how many cameras did they have on my balls?”

“They looked like a baby in a beanbag chair. I look at Dustin and he’s trying not to laugh and he kicks me and I sell. Then I go back to the back and they’re giving me golf claps at the monitors like, ‘ahh Meanie!'”

You never know what can happen in a pro wrestling ring, especially if you don’t check your gear very well before going out for action. RAW Boy sounded like a good idea at the time, but it didn’t have the best result. If anything, the Blue Meanie still has a great story out of the deal.

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Transcription by Ringside News

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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