Tatanka Thinks WWE Championships Have Lost Meaning

Tatanka said he didn't need a Championship reign in WWE.

Former WWE wrestler Tatanka worked for WWE in the 1990s and came back for another run in 2005. While in WWE he has never held a Championship title and in an interview with Ringside News, he explained why that doesn't bother him.

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“The belts were different. In today’s business, they’ve lost there meaning because they exchange hands too much. The belts back then, they were a tool to get someone over the top. The company also used other ways to get people over, like having a two-year undefeated streak. When it comes to the belts if you’re already a fan favorite, you don’t need a belt,” said Tatanka.

The two-year undefeated streak Tatanka referenced was his own when he first came to WWE in the early 1990s. He also spoke about that streak and said WWE highlighted his undefeated streak each time he wrestled.

Tatanka last appeared on a WWE show at WrestleMania 32 during the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. He has wrestled at independent wrestling promotions over the last couple years as well.

The full interview can be found at RingsideNews.com.

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