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    Brett Hart
    Mr Perfect
    Shawn Michaels, from his days in the 'Rockers' to 'The Show Stopper'
    Owen Hart as the Blue Blazer
    Paul Roma, from Young Stallions and Power and Glory

    Anyone mention Jack 'The Snake? Didn't like him much but his story lines with Andre the giant and Rick Rude were fun

    I could go on all day
    Cold Heart and a Weak Mind

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    Fun days watching the old stuff.

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    When Hulk came to my town with our very own Crusher!

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    I just have to bump this thread because it's too much fun....Some stuff on Dynamite Kid Tom Billington

    #1 Fight vs Jacque Rougeau


    #2 Shotgun pulled on ex-wife


    So he obviously wasn't a good fellow behind the scenes and that's a shame because as a pro wrestler (mic skills/lack there of not withstanding) he was incredible.

    Here's some good fun clips from shoot interviews that The HonkyTonk Man had. Never a fan of his as he was a heel (a really good one at that) and his moves were not all that great, but he's got an attitude on him hahaha
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    And of course DRUGS what kind of "Wrasslin" thread would this be if we didn't shine a light on some of the craziest people in the business




    Iron Sheik, Mr. Fuji, Jim The Anvil, just to name a few of the crazy ass "There's no drug I won't try" club.

    And you know what, all very skilled in the world of pro wrestling...maybe there's a link?
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    Iron Sheik was he NWA or WWF? In the Midwest we had Sheik Kassey!

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    Iron Sheik was WWF

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Iron Sheik was WWF
    I can't remember the exact name, but there is a documentary on the AWA & owner, wrestler Virne Gagne.

    I HIGHLY reccomend it. It chronicles Verne as a wrestler, owner of AWA & how he controlled the midwestern wrestler, & think the NWA controlled the south.

    And when Hulk Hogan came- he left the WWF went to AWA- During this time he did Rocky's movie & Verne wanted rights to his name, he refused it.
    I'll just add this: Hogan then went back to the WWF, where startup McMahon said keep your rights to the name and headscarff trade marks are his.

    Thunderlips & B.A. Barracus aka Clubber Lang- per this documentary caused wrestling to blow up, end results most of the greatest wrestlers joined the WWF to be like or get the fame of Hulk.

    One by one the NWA, & AWA started to drain of their talent in order to go to the WWF turned WWWE.
    The documentary shows how Verne was at the doorstep of where McMahon went to (the top), but because of his ways---he fucked it all up.

    The docu shows all the best from NWA Ric Flair to WWF Bob Backlund, just a great review of all the top wrestlers & how at some point Verne Gagne father of Greg Gagne was at the top- then lost it.

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    I can see Will Ferrell make a good comedy about wrestling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    I can see Will Ferrell make a good comedy about wrestling.
    Truly the word -tragic comedy or tregecomedy would come to mind.

    Not sure if our brand of wrestling is over where you are at.
    Master Hulk Hogan changed the game. B4 him it was limited to demographics mostly whites and to a degree the beer drinkers.

    After Hulk Hogan, shit changed. Race, color, creed, ethnic, age, social group, gender- wrestling to a degree had become a sport.


    Not sure who would play Hulk Hogan, but I know who Ferrell could and SHOULD play: Vince McMahon


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    Alright well educated thread but way to many half naked men in here How about a hats off to THE hottest and baddest ass diva of allllllllll time . The Widows Peak also extremely nasty finish move

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    Fucking Rey Mysterio Jr accidentally killed a wrestler in Mexico with a flying kick that apparently made too much contact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Fucking Rey Mysterio Jr accidentally killed a wrestler in Mexico with a flying kick that apparently made too much contact.
    My son loves Ray Mysterio and plays him all the time on Playstation.
    Do not let success go to your head and do not let failure get to your heart.

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