All the wrestlers coming out at the post 9/11 RAW.
I will post a few others later though.
Just watched the post 9/11 youtube videos. Very awesome. That quickly turned into another hour of watching youtube videos. Watched the Eddie Guerrero tribute, and it was very hard to watch Chris Benoit sit there and just break down on camera. Very chilling.
Yup, like I wrote earlier, Eddie was Benoit's best friend and his anchor. When Eddie passed away, there was no one left to hold Chris in check. That's when Chris, who Chavito once told was always paranoid about his status in wrestling, started to really deteriorate.
Dusty Wolfe, who wrestled everyone that mattered in teh 80's, 90's, and 00's, used to tell me everhone hate, HATED, those damn snap suplexes that all the Hart Dungeon guys did. You had no time to set yourself for the landing, and it would knock the hell out of you. On the other hand, everyone loved Randy Savage's big elbow off the top. You never felt a thing.
Mikw, you might agree with me on this: it's funny how, if you've been around it, you can tell when a match has gone to hell or a move was botched. It's kinda funny when both guys don't know what to do when they blow a spot, eh?
Who is Dusty Wolfe? You guys have contributed so much to this thread, but sometimes it confuses me when you use real names.
Posted on 5/14 8:48 PM | IP: Logged
Great thread, and I haven't watched wrestling in a long time.
Posted on 5/14 10:08 PM | IP: Logged
Fascinating thread. Thanks Guys!
Posted on 5/15 12:02 AM | IP: Logged
I think if I remember, Dusty Wolfe was Disco Inferno.
Posted on 5/14 10:43 PM | IP: Logged
Dusty Wolfe was not Disco Inferno. Disco (Glenn Gilbertti) is about 10+ years younger than Dusty.