Hornswoggle Hypes New Book, Says He Didn't Find Out About Being Vince McMahon's Illegitimate Son Until Last Minute

Hornswoggle Hypes New Book, Says He Didn’t Find Out About Being Vince McMahon’s Illegitimate Son Until Last Minute

Wrestling star Hornswoggle spoke with Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp to promote his new book, Life’s Short And So Am I, which is now available everywhere books are sold. The former WWE cruiserweight champion recalls the story of how he was finally able to get this passion project done.

It all came about after I was released. I’ve always wanted to do one, and thought about doing one, but then I got released. The first author came up to me and he said “Hey, you wanna do one?” “Yeah.” Got another guy on board. Three years later it happened. I’m very, very proud of it. I’m very, very happy with how it turned out. It’s getting a lot of good reviews. (It’s) way more work than I thought. But, it all came out well. I’m very happy with how it all came out. Dolph Ziggler of all people—name drop, pop—he doesn’t read wrestling books. It’s the only wrestling book he’s ever read and he really liked it as a book overall. So, that meant a lot. I just have a cool story, I think. There’s some really shitty wrestling books out there.

Swoggle would also reveal details about one of WWE’s most wacky storylines that he was involved in…being Vince McMahon’s illegitimate son.

Vince’s son (angle), I found out at 3:30 that afternoon. Cruiserweight Champion I found out Friday, two days before. All my stuff has been very last minute. I mean, you can find out all about it in my award winning, best selling novel “Life’s Short And So Am I” by Dylan Postl.

You can watch the full interview below. (H/T and transcribed by Fightful)

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