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Re: Is Anyone Else a Pro-Wrestling Fan?

Unread postPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:23 am
by Asellas
I remember The Berzerker (Previously The Viking) as a wrestler who won by countout, held one hand out shouting "HUSS!" repeatedly, as well as running between the ropes and falling down randomly.
I remember The Repo Man (Also remember him as Smash from Demolition) stealing Macho Man's hat. The Genius was more of a manager in his later career, and I don't remember him as a wrestler but I know he did.

Papa Shango used to frighten me...a little.

Re: Is Anyone Else a Pro-Wrestling Fan?

Unread postPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2011 4:15 am
by Zhuanyong
Asellas wrote:I remember The Berzerker (Previously The Viking) as a wrestler who won by countout, held one hand out shouting "HUSS!" repeatedly, as well as running between the ropes and falling down randomly.
I remember The Repo Man (Also remember him as Smash from Demolition) stealing Macho Man's hat. The Genius was more of a manager in his later career, and I don't remember him as a wrestler but I know he did.

Papa Shango used to frighten me...a little.



:lol:

I remember as kids when we would do The Berserker's 'HUSS!' and then fall on purposes. Good times indeed. I didn't know that The Repo Man was Smash from Demolition. I remember when it was Axe, Smash, and then Crush and all three of them held the Tag Championship. I also remember The Rockers (one of my favorite teams of the time) and The Fabulous Rogiuex (SP?) Brothers.

Papa Shango (aka The Godfather) was pretty creepy back when I was a kid.

Re: Is Anyone Else a Pro-Wrestling Fan?

Unread postPosted: Sat Dec 03, 2016 8:35 pm
by Xiahou Mao
None of you have posted in this thread for over five years now?

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You just made the list!

Re: Is Anyone Else a Pro-Wrestling Fan?

Unread postPosted: Mon Apr 20, 2020 4:12 pm
by LordSheezy
For the fans of pro-wrestling, I want to know what's your stance on the current state of wrestling as is today.

I personally love the AEW for constantly putting forth a product that is good every Wednesday night and entertaining even without the audience.

I love NJPW for taking care of their employees at a time of need, which is exactly because their talents need to get paid.

WWE, on the other hand is a tough one to swallow because as much as I love WWE since it was my childhood, the massive layoffs is definitely a large black stain because they released a lot of their talent while they reported a record number of profits due to the TV and the Saudi deals.

Re: Is Anyone Else a Pro-Wrestling Fan?

Unread postPosted: Wed Apr 22, 2020 9:49 pm
by Death
I grew up with WWE as well (along with WCW and ECW), and its hard to keep rooting for them honestly with all the questionable decisions and booking they keep doing. AEW and NJPW both seem to be doing the right thing, and you would think WWE would try a bit harder now that they have some kind of competition again (even if it's not considered competition by some people, they surely have some other company to keep on their radar now to be aware of, and that hasn't happened in almost 20 years), but their shows and overall product are just downright boring. I usually just keep tabs on it from wrestling sites and occasionally might watch some quick clip on Youtube if something seems interesting enough to watch, but I couldn't sit through their actual shows and watch all of it anymore.