The Godfather went on to have memorable interactions with everyone from Mark Henry to Triple H as the Monday Night War raged on. The Godfather’s unique persona and lovely ladies were a key ingredient in giving WWE, and the Attitude Era specifically, a very distinct flavor and feel. From his colorful outfits, to memorable theme song, entourage of gorgeous ladies and hard-hitting offense, The Godfather never failed to make an impression.
The Godfather captured the Intercontinental Championship as a singles competitor, as well as the World Tag Team Championship, though he underwent a personality change in the process. For a brief period of time in the early 2000s, The Godfather ditched his upbeat, controversial persona, to join the ultra-conservative Right to Censor, taking on the name of The Goodfather. This metamorphosis would not last for long, though, and The Godfather would soon return in spectacular fashion.
Even today, The Godfather and his massive following of beautiful women still pop up on WWE television from time-to-time. It may be infrequent, but when it does happen, one thing is certain, the WWE Universe gleefully cheers, “All aboard!”
Don’t miss The Godfather’s train pull into the WWE Hall of Fame on the eve of WrestleMania 32, Saturday, April 2!
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