Marty Jannetty is always on to be very entertaining, and you never see it coming either. Now, Marty still loves to party, and he’s got quite a history in pro wrestling and beyond as well.

Marty Jannetty allegedly murdered man outside a bowling alley when he was 14. That man was allegedly trying to rape the young Jannetty, and it was self-defense. Jannetty said that he burned that body, but then he said it was all pro wrestling storyline when police questioned him on things.

While posting a meme on Facebook of Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street reenacting the Barber Shop incident, Marty Jannetty had a very interesting caption. He brought up that alleged murder from when he was 14, and he did so in seamless fashion.

LOL, friggin hilarious..this storyline will never die..repackaged 100000 times since 1991..proud to have came up with it…on real..and my other major storyline was gonna be even bigger but the police got to serious in it thinking there was a for real murder behind the bowling alley..the 14 year old boy was defending himself from an attempted rape, I dont think thats considered murder…


Marty Jannetty’s episode of Dark Side of the Ring really should shake up the pro wrestling fan base. After all, if these are the posts that Marty is doing in 2023 are any indication of things, fans should be in for a very wild ride.

We will keep a close eye on Marty Jannetty, and everything else in the pro wrestling world, right here at Ringside News. Only time will tell what is next for the former Rocker, but he is still thoroughly entertaining.

What’s your take on Marty Jannetty? Should he be in the WWE Hall of Fame? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

Felix Upton

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