Paul Wight On Probably Utilizing ‘Captain Insano’ Character In AEW


Wight Speaks On Film Character Probably Returning

Paul Wight exiting WWE for AEW despatched shockwaves via the wrestling world.

After over 20-years with WWE, Wight determined to go away the corporate, citing inventive frustrations throughout a current interview with Oral Classes with Renee Paquette.

Wight additionally spoke on AEW submitting a trademark for the identify “Captain Insano”, a personality portrayed by him within the 1998 movie “The Waterboy” starring Adam Sandler.

He went on to say how Hulk Hogan was “infatuated” with that character, believing that’s the reason he did the Mr. American gimmick.

Renée Paquett‪e: How bizarre is it so that you can be introduced as Paul Wight in a wrestling setting?

Paul Wight: Tremendous bizarre. Plus, I came upon that AEW simply filed for the trademark for Captain Insano.

Renée Paquett‪e: What!?

Paul Wight: Yeah.

Renée Paquett‪e: Shut Up!

Paul Wight: So, it’s humorous I’d deliver again Captain Insano

Renée Paquett‪e: F**ok sure!

Paul Wight: Wouldn’t that be nice?

Renée Paquett‪e: Oh my God, that’s superb.

Paul Wight: I’ll completely rip Hulk [Hogan] off each probability I get. “Let me let you know one thing brother, Captain Insano exhibits no mercy dude.”

Renée Paquett‪e: I really like that. Oh my God that’s so humorous.

Paul Wight: You realize what’s humorous? Once I did that Waterboy years in the past, Hogan really goes “Brother, it’s best to get again into that, that gimmick is cash. Captain Insano, that’s cash brother.” I feel the entire purpose he did Mr. America is as a result of he was infatuated with Captain Insano.


Particular because of Bleeding Cool for the transcript. You possibly can take heed to the total interview right here



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