In the world of professional wrestling, it is not uncommon for tensions to run high between wrestlers. However, it seems that things may have gotten a bit too personal for wrestlers Viscera and Rene Dupree during one particularly memorable incident.

Viscera, whose real name was Nelson Frazier Jr., became intoxicated at a WWE event and began expressing a desire to “teabag” Dupree, a derogatory term referring to the act of placing one’s testicles on another person’s forehead. It is unclear exactly what led to Viscera’s outburst, but it is believed that there was a history of tension between the two wrestlers.

Following his departure from WWE for the third time, Viscera wrestled in Japan. During an episode of his Café De René podcast, Rene Dupree recalled this unforgettable story about Viscera.

“There’s a story on here when I’m in Tokyo. We got a little too drunk and he wanted to, anyway, teabag me [laughs],”

The incident, which took place in 2004, was apparently witnessed by several other wrestlers who later reported the incident to WWE management. It is not clear what, if any, action was taken by the company in response to the incident.

Viscera, who was known for his imposing size and strength in the ring, had a successful career in WWE that spanned over a decade. He made his debut in 1993 and went on to hold several championships, including the WWE Hardcore Championship and the WWE World Tag Team Championship. He was also a member of the influential wrestling stable, the Ministry of Darkness.

Despite his success in the ring, Viscera struggled with personal issues throughout his career. In 2012, he passed away at the age of 43 due to a heart attack.

Rene Dupree, who was just 19 years old at the time of the incident, also had a successful career in WWE. He made his debut in 2003 and quickly rose to prominence, becoming the youngest wrestler to ever hold the WWE Tag Team Championship. He remained with the company for several years before departing in 2007.

While it is not uncommon for wrestlers to engage in trash talk and personal insults as part of their on-screen personas, it seems that things may have gotten a bit too heated between Viscera and Dupree on this particular occasion. It is certainly not the most dignified moment in the history of professional wrestling.

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