Teddy Long enjoyed a lengthy career in pro wrestling where he filled just about every role possible. That experience means that the WWE Hall of Famer has a wealth of interesting stories to tell. One of those involved his participation in the infamous WWE “Wrestler’s Court.”

When a WWE superstar was considered to be out of line, the locker room would convene Wrestler’s Court to determine their guilt, innocence, or possible punishments. The Undertaker infamously served as the judge. Long was once called for a very peculiar offense.

In an interview with Wrestling Inc., Teddy Long talked about his time before the Wrestler’s Court. He was caught selling viagra. He hired Mae Young as his lawyer.

“They took me to Wrestler’s Court for selling viagra, so I had to get a lawyer. So the lawyer I got was Mae Young.

I tell Mae Young the whole story. We went into wrestler’s court and the first thing she said everybody popped. She said, ‘Well, I want you guys to know Teddy Long is not guilty of selling that Niagra.’ She couldn’t say it right, so she called it Niagra! That was a great day, but I still was found guilty, so I had to buy buckets of chicken and beer for about two weeks for Bradshaw, ‘Taker, and some more of the boys.”

Wrestlers Court has long been a controversial issue among WWE fans and superstars. Teddy Long’s appearance was more amusing than anything. If nothing else, he has a very entertaining story to tell.

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H/T Wrestling Inc.

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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