Booker T recently addressed the departure of Kevin Dunn from WWE, acknowledging Dunn’s significant contributions to the company during his over 30-year tenure.

During an episode of his Hall Of Fame podcast, Booker T expressed his gratitude to Kevin Dunn for his hard work and professionalism while working with WWE. Booker spoke highly of Dunn, emphasizing his professionalism, attention to detail, and ability to make everyone look good, especially through his work on vignettes and productions.

Booker T went on to share a lighthearted regret regarding a missed opportunity with Kevin Dunn. He mentioned that in 2005, when he opened his wrestling school, Dunn and the WWE crew visited to check it out. Dunn told Booker that if the school became big enough, WWE would consider buying it. Booker jokingly expressed his regret, saying, “Damnit! Damnit!”

“Kevin was always in my corner. I worked with that guy for many many years. He was always business, always stern about his business more than anything. He always ran the show very professional. Made everybody look good in so many different ways, from the vignettes and stuff that he produced over the years.”

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“I just want to say thank you to Kevin Dunn for all the years of excellence that I had chance to work with him. I only have one regret, almost 20 years ago, 2005, when I opened my wrestling school. Kevin Dunn and the crew came down to check it out and told me, ‘Booker, you get the thing big enough and we’ll buy it.’ Damnit! Damnit! [Laughs]. It’s big enough! I just want to thank Kevin Dunn for all the hard work.”

In conclusion, Booker T expressed his gratitude to Kevin Dunn for his years of excellence and hard work within WWE. Dunn played a significant role in the production and presentation of WWE programming during his lengthy tenure with the company.

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Steve Carrier

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