Nick “Eugene” Dinsmore has had a huge wrestling career. The veteran’s career has spanned across many promotions, such as WWF, WCW, WWC and even Juggalo Champion Wrestling. The former WWE star has announced his retirement, but he plans to go on a tour before that.
Eugene took to Twitter in order to let fans know about his upcoming tour dates as well as his retirement from pro-wrestling. He would be up to do pro wrestling matches, seminars, and stand-up comedy, as per his tweet.
Eugene has begun his retirement tour! Last Call! One last time! There are select dates available so book Eugene ASAP for pro wrestling matches, seminars/match psychology, and also stand-up Comedy.
Contact today by email: EugeneNickDinsmore@Gmail.com pic.twitter.com/Sb2MWvzRTT
— Eugene Nick Dinsmore (@UGeneDinsmore) December 10, 2021
Eugene has had more than a two-decade long career. Starting off in 1996 at the Ohio Valley Wrestling, he held the OVW Heavyweight Championship for 10 times, which is a record. He sent his next two decades oscillating between various promotions.
Dinsmore has fought and feuded with the likes of Triple H & Jonathon Coachman. He was introduced to WWE as the younger brother of former RAW general manager Erich Bischoff. Upon his 2014 WWE release, Dinsmore founded his own wrestling promotion, called Midwest All Pro Wrestling.
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