Legendary NHL coach and long-time wrestling fan Bruce Boudreau was in attendance for Monday Night Raw in Hershey, Pennsylvania on Monday. He was caught on tv a pair of instances, however WWE took benefit of the actual fact Boudreau is a lifelong fan of the corporate and had him shoot a video with two Canadian wrestling stars, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn.
Taking their lead off of memorable footage of Boudreau within the locker room for one of the groups he used to educate, the Washington Capitals, Boudreau was there to supply steerage and motivational phrases of knowledge to 2 of his favourite WWE Superstars.
The video reveals Owens and Zayn within the locker room after popping out on high of their important occasion six-man tag match in opposition to Imperium. In strolls Boudreau who tried to cease each males from complaining about their match. Boudreau says, “You guys did OK out there.” He then went on to critique each stars, telling Owens he can’t get knocked out the ring and keep on the market for 5 minutes. Owens mentioned he was damage and Boudreau responded, subsequent week in Saudi — the place WWE can be holding an occasion on Saturday — “You can’t afford to do that.” He then informed Zayn that he must be “a little more active in the ring”.
Both males have been a bit confused however then Sami got here round and mentioned this was precisely what he wanted; somebody to get on his ass and thought perhaps he ought to jot some of this recommendation down. Boudreau mentioned you bought to actually need it and Zayn mentioned, “Sorry coach.” Boudreau mentioned he can be watching on Saturday and informed each guys in the event that they wished to textual content him earlier than the match, they have been welcome to take action.
When the 2 have been smacking one another attempting to pump the opposite up, Boudreau mentioned, “Remember, were a team. Teams loves each other, teams don’t smack each other.”
Boudreau admitted he was fairly nervous, however he additionally hit it out of the park and was hilarious.
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