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Name: Wade Barrett Birthday: August 10, 1980 Ring Names: Wade Barrett, Stu Bennett, Stu Sanders, Lawrence Knight Short Biography: Stuart Alexander "Stu" Bennett is an English professional wrestler, signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (under the SmackDown brand) as Wade Barrett and is a three-time WWE Intercontinental Champion. After honing his skills in Florida Championship Wrestling, Wade Barrett went on to win Season One of WWE NXT in May 2010. Barrett rose to power, notoriety, and dominance as the founding leader of the Nexus for the latter half of 2010 and from early to mid-2011 formed (and later disbanded) another alliance, the Corre, during his first reign as WWE Intercontinental champion. The latter part of 2011 saw the Barrett Barrage propel the English superstar to his greatest height thus far as a single competitor. (Continued)
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Staying busy as always, Wade Barrett is currently touring Europe with the WWE crew and spent time in Ireland and then back to Wales and merrie olde England to do what he does best – bust heads with the Bull Hammer!
Other than showing his countrymen his in-ring prowess, the bare-knuckle fighter has once again made the media rounds in Manchester. After visiting and having a work out with Preston North End FC (who now consider Our Hero to be a full-fledged team member!), Barrett did some interviews with Sky Sports about his tour back home.
Check out the Sky Sports News video piece as well as Wade Barrett‘s interview with Sky Sports Radio here!
The WWE’s European tour continues on to France next – stay tuned!
Last night in Querataro, Mexico, Wade Barrett faced and defeated Zack Ryder. Hail the conquering (and returning) hero!
Barrett also spoke not long ago with Neil Docking of the Lancashire Evening Post in a question-and-answer session. Here are excerpts from the interview -
I understand you’ve been back in England for a few weeks now, can you tell us why that is?
“I’ve been back sorting out a new Visa at the moment, we’ve had a couple of delays on that. I actually went and watched Preston North End a few weeks ago, I went and watched them play away at Walsall and met the manager and the players, which was pretty cool. I’ve been back for about four weeks.”
I presume you will be back here though for WWE’s UK tour in November, the live recording of Raw and Smackdown in Manchester?
“Yeah I’m definitely going to be on those shows, we’ve got Manchester I think on the 11th and 12th, our two TV tapings, so I’m very excited to be a part of that. It’s always good for me to come back to the North West, with that being my part of the world.
“I know we’re trying our best to get the Preston North End first team along for the shows, which would be really cool. I know a few of the lads are fans and they’re planning a team night-out or something like that. They need to check their schedules first but I want to give them a good night-out, like they gave me a good day out in Walsall. I can repay the favour now.”
Promoting the upcoming WWE’s November tour of the UK, The XFM Breakfast Show featured Wade Barrett as a phone-in guest on Thurdsay morning’s show! Barrett discussed among other things his enjoyment of his time back in his homeland as well as his Superstar inspiration Davey Boy Smith. Check out the interview here!
For those missing Wade Barrett in the ring these past weeks, and wondering – due to his recent tweets – if he wasn’t seriously considering a football career, this Friday interview in Men’s Fitness magazine might lift your mood and bring a smile to your face.
In that interview, Wade spoke about :
his acting experience in Dead Man Down, with the similitudes and differences from the acting they do in the ring.
the special diet and training he had to adopt in order to go from a Kombat Shrimp (6’6″ – 160 lbs) to his actual strong built body.
the difference between UFC and WWE.
how a live WWE show can be a much more exciting experience for the public than just watching it on TV
the different types of reception he gets from WWE fans in the world.