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Promoter Shares Amazing Story Of Generosity From Brian Christopher

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Jul 30, 2018

Promoter Shares Amazing Story Of Generosity From Brian Christopher

Promoter Dan McDevitt a promoter from West Virginia revealed on his Facebook the generosity of Brian Christopher in months after his departure from WWE and how he handed half of his paycheck back to the promotion after his appearance. 

McDevitt posted:

I try only to judge people on how they treated me. One of the first times I ever met "Grandmaster Sexay" Brian Christopher he worked for me in Paw Paw West Virginia, a town seemingy in the middle of no where. The show absolutely bombed and he was fresh off WWE TV and was at the time very over just coming off his run as "Too Cool". That means his price tag was steep (several thousand dollars).

He went to the ring and worked as hard in front of 100 people as he would have if there were 3,000 people in the building. I paid him and shook his hand and thanked him. As we were dealing with the end of the show stuff he walked up and handed me an envelope and it had over half his money in it. He said to me "I have been around this business my whole life, I know you guys lost your ass tonight, take this back and lessen the blow and make it up to me down the road" In 25 years in pro wrestling he is the only star that has ever done that.

He had his demons, but that's how I remember him, how he treated me, as a good kind hearted dude. May he rest in peace and hopefully his father, Jerry Lawler finds peace as well.

Tags: #wwe #brian christopher

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