10 Things We Learned From Diamond Dallas Page On The Steve Austin Show

The trademark hustle, his acting career and whether or not he thinks he'll get into Hall of Fame.

There is no one more effective at the art of self-promotion that Diamond Dallas Page. The former WCW and WWE €“ albeit briefly €“ superstar has forged one of the most successful post-wrestling careers ever for anyone not named Dwayne Johnson. DDP Yoga has gone from a niche product into a full-blown phenomenon and Page never stops working to advance his vision. Dallas and Steve Austin are longtime friends as stated by both men many times, and if you€™ve read Mick Foley€™s first book there€™s a couple of hilarious stories involving the threesome that date back to the days before any of them had truly €œmade it€ in the business. Whenever the two get together the discussion is always a breeze to listen to, and this appearance is no different. Read on to find out all about Page€™s undiagnosed learning disability and how he tackled it at the age of thirty, his goals for DDP Yoga, becoming the World Champion into his forties and whether or not he thinks he deserves a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame. This is part one of two, so check back on for the sequel, but in the meantime here€™s what we learned from DDP on The Steve Austin Show.


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