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Discussion in 'Pro Wrestling Discussion' started by RexChapmanFan, May 6, 2017.
Randy Savage 1985-1995.
Quake was a great big man IMO. He could move well, sell a promo and was believable. He was pushed But I think the WWF could've done more with him headlining. Even being a big heel to hold the title then lose it at WM or something.
Great call on Hillbilly Jim. So many great guys from that era. I also loved Junk Yard Dog.
On first glance, thought her bush was showing.
Jake the Snake
Koko B. Ware
Bam Bam Bigelow
Although I legit hated Earthquake when he squashed Jake's snake Damien.
Was amazed that people as big as Quake, Bigelow, and Tugboat were as agile as they were.
Bam bam was amazing. I think it was such a waste he wasn't given the title in the mid and late 90s and was allowed to leave.
Oh my god, did he actually say that shit or are you goofing on him?
I wish I were badass enough to make this shit up myself. Lol
Scott Steiner. So god damn under rated nowadays because everyone just remembers what he turned into later.
I've been watching my way through WCW 96 for about the last year. Luger was so fucking over during that period in WCW. And the dude was freakishly strong. You look at how easily he lifted guys up into the rack and compare that to Cena straining to get guys up for the fireman's carry. Just no comparison. Luger was a freak.
Check out the mark. Holy shit.
I has a 70+ yo Vietnam Vet come into work they other day and we were tossing around the typical small talk when all of a sudden we're shooting the shit about old-timey wrestling.
It was so surreal. From Bruno Sammartino and Haystack Calhoun up to the NWO. I think that is the first time I've spoken about pro-wrestling to anybody other than my fellow Macho-Maniac back East since I was in middle school.
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How easily some forget...