Former WWE star starts new career as male gigolo

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It's not a career move that you often see but former WCW and WWF wrestler Buff Bagwell has left the ring to become a male gigolo.

Bagwell, who was a part of the NWo movement, appeared in the 'Showtime' channels show about the world of gigolo's.

Bagwell is now working as an escort for the Cowboys4Angels.com website, which partners with the Showtime show on which he appeared.

Between 1999 and 2001 Bagwell was at his peak in the wrestling universe. Bagwell was one of the big stars in World Championship Wrestling and had famous feuds with WCW president Ric Flair and vice president Rowdy Roddie Piper, two real legends of wrestling past.

Bagwell then joined the WWF after the two companies merger and fought against Booker T, with interference from Kurt Angle and Stone Cold Steve Austin, before being released from the company for apparently faking an injury.

TMZ first reported the find, and in their story they say that Bagwell is actually the website's second most sought after client, the ladies love themselves a bit of the Buff apparently.

According to the website, Bagwell's rates range from $800 for two hours, $1,550 for four hours, $3,000 for overnight, $4,500 per day, $8,000 for a weekend trip and $25,000 for a whole week of his time.

He previously went under the names 'Buff Daddy', 'The Handsome Stranger' and 'Fabulous Fabian' in his career, so maybe the transfer to male prostitution isn't too unexpected.

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