Batista brutally attacks Manny Pacquiao
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Batista’s last run in WWE before retiring was against Triple H, which culminated at Wrestlemania 35 a few years ago. One of the most popular lines during this feud was Batista keeping telling Triple H to give him what he wanted. Batista was also scheduled to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame last year, but due to timing issues and scheduling conflicts, that didn’t happen. WWE also paid big bucks for Batista’s return.
While Dave Bautista was set to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2020, due to the global pandemic and previous commitments on Batista’s side, that has not happened. However, fans have been clamoring for “The Animal” to live up to its claim and be recorded as soon as possible.
During a recent sit-down interview with GQ, Dave Bautista spoke about the meaning behind some of the tattoos he’s gotten over the years, including one he got to cover up one inspired by Manny Pacquiao. Bautista didn’t mention the boxer by name, but spoke about the team Pacquiao tattoo, which he covered up in response to Pacquiao’s homophobic comments in 2016.
“It used to be a team logo,” said Bautista. “I was part of a team made up of a person I considered a friend and really looked up to. And then he later came out publicly with some anti-gay statements and turned out to be extremely homophobic. And so I had a huge problem with that. It’s a personal issue for me, my mother is a lesbian. And I just couldn’t call him friend anymore. So I covered it up with that.”