In my previous entry I discussed why a successfully promoted tag team division is no longer found in pro-wrestling today - the WWE in particular. I posited that tag teams, and having a tag team division can, does and will act as cornerstones to power blocks in locker room politics when it comes to booking. Consequently, the McMahon family has no use for them any longer as they have taken a "why-ferment-a-faction-that-may-question-your-absolute-authority
For #'s 20-16 & #15-11 check out my earlier posts.
10. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine
Closest he ever came: Madison Square Garden, Oct. '81
What can be said about the "The Hammer"? He is a wrestling legend with a storied career that can be matched by few others on this list. Valentine had two runs in the WWF, and his second run is far more
For the previous entry in this series, wrestlers 20-16, check out my member profile links.
15. Ravishing Rick Rude
Closest he ever came: SummerSlam, August '90
Unlike many other of the names on this list, in relation to the waxing and waning of Hogan's runs with the belt, Rude's timing couldn't have been better. After making his debut with the company shortly after
Updated 12-04-2011 at 04:01 PM by Wombat Attack
Mike Mizanin, Jack Swagger and Sheamus - what do these names have in common? Aside from being charismatic, dynamic and talented superstars who have bright futures ahead of them, they're all premature "former" WWE world champions. It's staggering to look at how many names are now billed as "former world champs" in the WWE today. Consequently it had me looking back at a number of
Updated 11-30-2011 at 04:32 PM by Wombat Attack
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