Paul Bearer has a new blog entry online regarding his came on this week’s Raw Supershow. Below is an excerpt:
I certainly enjoyed being part of a live WWE RAW television event this week, after a long period. If you have been following the show you know that the week before my “son” Kane attacked the Legendary Cowboy Bob Orton, Father of ring star Randy Orton. It was only natural for Paul Bearer to pop back in, and Randy Orton getting retribution on “The Fat Man”. I throughly enjoy these storylines, notwithstanding my month long “kidnapped story” with Edge just last year.
I had a blast being with my extended WWE Family again, even though I worked with them the entire WM-XXVIII extravaganza just last month. You must remember that I signed my first contract with the then WWF, on December 22, 1990; and started managing The Undertaker in January 1991. I have remained a part of the company, on and off television, since that time. Count the years….
Even though I am not on WWE television programming these days, I am signed to a “Legends Contract”, that still has over 4-years remaining. Currently I am allowed to do independent wrestling appearances around the globe, and answer The WWE calls now and then.
No matter if the Paul Bearer character has been buried in cement, pushed off a balcony, or locked in a freezer; the “Father Of Destruction” is very much alive. WWE doesn’t kill anybody on their television shows, even though it might appear that way, as a cement burial, fall from a balcony, or spending time in a freezer may very well indeed put an end to a real life. Storylinewise, The Paul Bearer character is being treated for hypothermia following this week’s freezer incident.
My appearance this past week on RAW was a last minute creative idea of the company. I had been in Las Vegas most of last week with The Annual Cauliflower Alley Reunion, and didn’t receive the request for my ONE TIME return to RAW until Saturday morning. Of course I jumped at the chance, no matter what the plans were. It was a win-win situation for me. Will you ever see Paul Bearer on WWE programming again? Never say never… but, I wouldn’t hold my breath if I were you. My ship has virtually sailed.
I have absolutely no intention of returning to The WWE, or any wrestling company for that matter, in any type of full time position. I will continue to work with independent promotions, wrestling conventions, reunions, etc., as I have been doing during the past few years.
Click here to read Bearer’s latest in its entirety.
Thanks to Wrestling News World reader Logan Walker for sending us the link.