I'm a WWE legend with several girlfriends, one asked me to cut back to just three but I said 'hell naw' | The Sun

WWE legend Marty Jannetty has many girlfriends and claims one of them recently asked him to cut back to having just three partners.

But the randy wrestler told her: "Hell naw."

The 63-year-old is a former Intercontinental and tag-team champion.

He shot to stardom as one half of the iconic Rockers tag-team with Shawn Michaels but has hit the headlines for a number of other reasons in recent years.

He got his wrestling followers talking again with his latest post.

Jannetty wrote: “And not for nothing but, last night I was given an ultimatum from one of my ladies I actually want to keep..won't mention the name because then that chicken head fighting starts..but she said that she'd go against her standards, if I cut my girls down to just 3, she'll stick around.


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“I actually thought about it, which ones to cut loose, then realized, hell naw, I didnt ask her to cut back, its a help to me that she has 2 other guys..so I said, ‘wherever you're leaving to, do you need a ride?’

“Lol..she hung up and hasnt called back yet..lol..she'll be back..GAURANTEED! As Curt Henning (sic) AKA Mr Perfect use to say, ‘no brags, just facts’ lol..loves n misses ya Curt, RIP!”

Curt Hennig was also a WWE legend who wrestled under the persona of Mr Perfect.

On February 10, 2003, at the age of 44, the icon was found dead in a hotel room in Florida with the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office declaring acute cocaine intoxication to be the cause of his death.

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In 2019 Jannetty revealed that he bedded his sex addiction counsellor and had been on a 60-day bender in an online “cry for help”.

The 1980s wrestling star, a self-confessed sex addict, had previously caused a stir by appearing to ask fans if it’s OK to have sex with his “daughter” after discovering she was not his biological child.

He later claimed that he had been hacked and said that he fears he’ll be remembered as “the guy who wants to f*** his daughter”.

Then, in 2020, he caused controversy again by appearing to have admitted to making a man “disappear” in a disturbing Facebook post.

The former WWE star claimed the incident took place when he worked at a bowling alley, aged 13.

He later denied murdering a “sex attacker who was trying to rape him”.

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