Rene Dupree Exposes Dave Bautista’s Disapproval of Women’s Attention in WWE
Dave Bautista, renowned for his success in both the wrestling ring and the world of Hollywood, has recently found himself in the spotlight due to revelations made by former WWE Tag Team Champion Rene Dupree.
Dupree shed light on his real-life animosity with Bautista and the reasons behind it. Their paths crossed in the WWE, where Bautista achieved championship glory while Dupree eventually requested his release in 2007.
Dave Bautista, known by his ring name “The Animal,” has enjoyed an illustrious career in the wrestling world. With a commanding presence and remarkable athleticism, he captured the attention of fans worldwide. Bautista’s transition from wrestling to Hollywood has been equally impressive, earning him accolades for his performances, particularly as Draxx The Destroyer in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Rene Dupree, in a recent conversation on Cafe de Rene, shared revealing details about his personal feud with Dave Bautista. Having spent four years together in the WWE locker room, Dupree shed light on the source of their conflict. According to Dupree, Bautista exhibited a disapproval of female attention being directed toward other stars in the company. Dupree recalled, “A lot of the girls were giving me attention, and he didn’t like that.”
Dupree elaborated further on his experiences with Bautista during their time together. He recounted an incident just before his departure from WWE, where several young talents, including himself, were present. As Bautista went around shaking everyone’s hand, he intentionally omitted Dupree’s. Dupree expressed his disdain towards Bautista, exclaiming, “Yeah, fk you, Dave. Fking idiot. You suck as a wrestler.”
Interestingly, Dave Bautista himself has previously opened up about the attention he received from women during his wrestling career. He acknowledged the allure and temptations associated with his fame, implying that women would frequently throw themselves at him. This admission lends credence to Dupree’s claims of Bautista’s alleged addiction to female attention.
While Bautista has left behind his wrestling career, he has also bid farewell his iconic role as Draxx The Destroyer in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 marked his final appearance in the franchise. Bautista’s departure from both realms signifies his desire to explore new avenues and challenges, further cementing his status as a versatile performer.