WWE Hall of Famer Al Snow recently admitted that he took the mannequin head he wore with him everywhere he went. He would even stage altercations with inanimate objects in restaurants and diners to maintain his character.
Al had one of the most entertaining comedic gimmicks in the company’s history during the famed Attitude era, in which he carried around and talked to a mannequin head named “Head” and treated him as his friend.
Since his release from WWE in 2008, Snow has had a successful career in the wrestling business, whether it’s wrestling indie promotions or working behind the scenes at promotions like TNA/IMPACT Wrestling.
In a recent interview with NBC Sports Boston’s Steve Fall, the former hardcore champion revealed how far he would take his character out in the open. He claimed he would take Head anywhere, even after shows at restaurants.
“People don’t know that I took my head everywhere during that time. When I went out to eat after the shows, I would take it to diners, to restaurants, it would lie across the table, I would order dinner. We did argue and argue. Waitresses come, “Sir, you make the other customers uncomfortable, they leave.” “Well they’re making us uncomfortable, how are we going to eat our food? [Head] has an upset stomach, I paid for her dinner, please pack it, we’re going.’ Then I would take the second meal with me and eat later at the hotel,” Al Snow said. [H/T Fightful]
Al Snow currently oversees the day-to-day operations of Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW). He bought the famous promotion in 2018 and would sell the majority stake to a consortium in 2021.
Al Snow claims that his media scrums were a part of pro wrestling when he was in WWE, he would do them in character.
During the same interview, Al Snow also claimed that if post-show media conference calls were part of pro wrestling in his time in WWE, he would attend those events and answer the question on character.
Media scrums in pro wrestling have been a big topic of conversation lately. After CM Punk lashed out at All Elite Wrestling’s EVPs in a conference, which led to a behind-the-scenes dispute and suspensions for all involved, AEW’s post-pay-per-view media events have come under the spotlight.
WWE even indulged in media crums, having done one after Clash at the Castle and another to announce the match between Roman Reigns and Logan Paul at the Crown Jewel.
When asked for his opinion on such events, the WWE Hall of Famer said that he would answer media questions with character.
“I would do it like I was completely and rightly insane,” Al Snow said. [H/T Fightful]
Snow would go on to explain that pro wrestling companies are not required to hold media conferences. If they decide to do this, they should focus on selling their products and characters during such events.
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