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Ahmed Johnson Reveals Biggest Regret From His WWE Career

Ahmed Johnson became the first-ever African American to win a singles championship in WWE back in 1996 when he defeated Goldust at “King of the Ring” to become the Intercontinental Champion. With over 234 inductees in the WWE Hall of Fame as of this year’s class, the former WWE superstar stated whether or not he believes he should have a spot in the illustrious class.
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Ahmed Johnson Believes He Deserves A WWE Hall Of Fame Spot

Ahmed Johnson was on a hot run during the mid-90s in WWE winning a singles championship back in 1996 when he defeated Goldust at King of the Ring to become the Intercontinental Champion however a injuries and some backstage heat changed the direction of his career. During an interview on the Iron-On Wrestling Podcast with Gregory Iron, Ahmed revealed if he deserves to be in the WWE Hall of Fame. Check out the highlights below (per Wrestling Inc.):
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Ahmed Johnson Believes He Should Be In The WWE Hall Of Fame

During a recent appearance on the “Iron-On Wrestling” podcast, Ahmed Johnson commented on his run in WWE during the mid-90s where he won the Intercontinental Championship after defeating Goldust at the King of the Ring pay-per-view event. Following that bout, Johnson was dealing with several injuries and had...
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Ahmed Johnson On Which Locker Room Cried More: WWF Or WCW?

According to former Intercontinental Champion Ahmed Johnson, the WCW locker room had a “tougher” disposition compared to WWE. The few years Johnson spent with WWE were marked by major feats being accomplished, including becoming the first African American Intercontinental Titleholder. And when his journey there came to an end, he eventually returned to pro wrestling with World Championship Wrestling in 1999.
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Ahmed Johnson Says The WCW Locker Room Was Tougher Than WWF

In an interview with Iron-On Wrestling (via Wrestling Inc), Ahmed Johnson weighed in on which company had the tougher locker room, WCW or the WWF, and said WCW won that contest. Johnson was part of the WWF from 1995 to 1998, and in WCW from 1999 to 2000 as Big T.
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Ahmed Johnson Says WWE HOFer Did Not Want Him As World Champion

During his time as the WWE Champion in 1996 and ’97, Shawn Michaels cultivated a negative relationship with talent, many viewing him as difficult to work with and running the show as champion. One of the talents who agrees with that sentiment would be the first-ever Intercontinental Champion, Ahmed Johnson.
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Ahmed Johnson Thinks WWE Originally Wanted Him To Beat The Undertaker For The WWE Title In 1997

Former WWE Superstar Ahmed Johnson was recently interviewed by Gregory Iron, during which he discussed his planned WWE Championship match with The Undertaker at the Canadian Stampede In Your House event in 1997, which never actually happened as he was injured and replaced by Vader. If original plans had gone ahead Johnson believes he would have won the title for The Nation of Domination and most significantly he would have become the first black WWE Champion. Check out the highlights below (per Fightful):
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Former WWE Star Ahmed Johnson Talks Who He Would Want To Face Today

There’s a name out of the past. There have been a lot of wrestlers throughout WWE’s history and several of them seem to go away without much of a peep. It can be interesting to think about what someone would do if they had stuck around in the industry and wonder where they would fit in today. Now a star of the past is talking about what he would like to do today.
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Ahmed Johnson Would Love to Have Had a Match With Bobby Lashley Or Brock Lesnar

Ahmed Johnson has named Bobby Lashley and Brock Lesnar as the two current stars that he’d love to have a match with. The former WWE star was a guest on Gregory Iron’s Iron-On Wrestling and during the interview he was asked who he would have liked to have faced during his time in WWE, as well as who he’d want to face off today’s roster.
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Sean Waltman Praises Keith Lee’s AEW Debut, Compares His Biel Throw To Ahmed Johnson

WWE Hall of Famer Sean Waltman took to Twitter to praise newly signed AEW star Keith Lee on his impactful debut on Wednesday’s episode of AEW Dynamite. For those who didn’t see it, Keith Lee defeated Isiah Kennedy to move on to the “Face of the Revolution” Ladder match that will take place at AEW Revolution on March 6th.
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