Cultivating Your Inner Strength with WWE Legend Diamond Dallas Page

Nov 30, 2017, 04:42 PM

The Outer Limits of Inner Truth proudly presents an introspective interview with and Forensic Soul Analysis on Diamond Dallas Page (DDP). Show Key (In Order of Appearance) 02:14 - Diamond Dallas Page 30:23 - Psychic Medium Kerrie O'Connor 36:28 - Astrologer Constance Stellas 47:50 - Past Life Reader Laura Lyn 53:00 - Psychic Empath Lisa Caza Diamond Dallas Page is an Author & Professional Wrestling Legend. Page's drive and ambition would lead him on an inspirational journey from being three-time world wrestling champion to his current endeavor of inspiring others to Own Your Life. DDP has developed his life changing DDPYoga including books, audio cd’s and DVD workouts and is touring the country to promote his system and after life changing results. After reaching several athletic goals, DDP decided that he could and would do something that had never been done before… in any sport. Approaching 36, he became the oldest rookie in history and started wrestling at an age at which most athletes reflect on their careers, Page was ready to put in all on the line and on the mat to stay healthy enough to climb from the bottom of the ladder to the main event. His incredible work ethic, training regimen and preventative maintenance along with unmatched personal focus and determination enabled him to battle the hands of time and stay healthy enough to wrestle with men half his age for years to come. His uncanny ability to create his character along with story lines that fans could relate to propelled him to national notoriety, and made him one of the hottest merchandising commodities in professional wrestling. Diamond Dallas Page recently starred in the 2015 critically acclaimed film Starting his career as a manager in the American Wrestling Association in the late '80s, Diamond Dallas Page actually made his first WWE appearance in 1990 when he drove The Honky Tonk Man and Greg Valentine to the ring in his pink Cadillac at WrestleMania VI. This would be DDP's last appearance with WWE for over a decade, however, as he was a manager of World Tag Team Champions in the AWA (Badd Company) and then WCW (The Fabulous Freebird). Quickly, the talented talker built a larger stable known as The Diamond Mine, which included The Diamond Dolls and The Diamond Studd (Scott Hall). That same year, at the unthinkable age of 35, Page began to compete in the ring, experiencing little success at first. In 1994, Page left managing behind completely and began wrestling full time. With a newfound focus, the New Jersey-native started to chalk up victories thanks to his Diamond Cutter finishing maneuver and won the WCW Television Championship from Renegade at Fall Brawl in 1995. Page's talent and popularity continued to grow, hitting its peak in 1997 when he stood up to the despised New World Order, a villainous faction led by "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash that was looking to take down WCW. Now one of the most beloved figures in WCW, DDP battled the NWO week in and week out to big ratings and packed houses. By 1998, WCW's Monday Nitro was among the most-watched shows on cable and Page was one of its biggest stars. This newfound celebrity gave DDP the opportunity to compete in some unique, high-profile matches, including teaming with NBA legend Karl Malone and talk show host Jay Leno on separate occasions. Page's success in WCW included winning the the World Television Championship, 2 United States Championships, 3 World Heavyweight Championships and 4 World Tag Team Championships. Always one to keep people guessing, Diamond Dallas Page made a surprise return in the 2015 Royal Rumble Match to the delight of the WWE Universe. DDP proved he could still compete with a "BANG!" by executing a number of Diamond Cutters before being eliminated.