Lol I said I was retired twice! I feel like Mick Foley lol
Morning Bruv, well, morning for everyone else, right? More like evening to us
I'm thirty one now and I've been an Drum&Base/House&Garage MC/Rapper (now retired) since I was fifteen, so I'd probably say that underground music is my favourite. But I'm kinda retired these days (by choice) and I've been learning to fully appreciate a good band.
Last Shadow Puppets
Bands I've always loved
SuSe or SuSl?
SuSe. The first ppv I saw was Summerslam 90, but Survivor Series 90 nearly made me wet my pants! "The Series" will always be my favourite PPV even if "The Slam" generally does have better matches.
The Acolytes will be my choice, they were just brutal and dominating.. New Age Outlaws were charismatic and members of the legendary DX, but the APA were beasts.. Also I wouldve picked SCM, its the epic move of the great HBK (and when I say epic, I mean poetry in motion lol)
Lesnar or Lashley
great choice, another one we agree on.. But Martel too, also has a greatness to his legacy and I would love to see him in the WWE Hall Of Fame one day (he's a shoe-in for the actual Pro-Wrestling Hall Of Fame, if he isn't already)..
Sweet Chin Music or The Clothesline From Hell
My choice wouldve been Razor but I just felt he set the tone for the bad guy people love type anti-hero(like Stone Cold Steve Austin, Rock, Etc), but Sid Justice/Vicious is definitely a future hall of famer and ex WWE champion and deserves every bit of respect he gets...
I was a big Rikishi fan (not the outfit or the dancing but actual in-ring skill), but my choice hands down would be Yokozuna, his Banzai Drop was one of the most devastating finisher i've ever seen, I loved his entrance music and how can you go wrong with Mr. Fuji or even his tagging with Owen Hart or his Championship runs and Royal Rumble win..
Ric Martel or Rick Rude
Sherri is my pick too, she was responsible for building so many successful wrestlers, HBK and Harlem Heat come to mind first.. Elizabeth, though held dear to my heart as a representation of the good guys in wrestling(minus her personal life) and a big part Randy Savage's career.. It's trumped by the amazing work Sherri has done as a manager and wrestler... Now the Draft and Cyber Sunday are a real hard choice because it's one of those events where you sit there anticipating what's next.. But im gonna pick the Draft, it sets the tone for the rest of the WWE year, which brings fresh feuds and faces to a show that mightve gotten stale to some viewers...
Sid Vicious or Razor Ramon
I gotta go with Slick, he was another great heel manager of that time.. And I feel he had one of the coolest entrance themes of all time (I owned the WWF Piledriver record just because of that song).. Now Brother Love really got under my skin, I dont know if it was his voice or the red face paint but Bruce Prichard used to genuinely bring the heat out of me (it could be great heel work but I just cant give it to him lol)..
The Sensational Sherri Martel or Miss Elizabeth
Great choice, Bobby The Brain would be my pick too, he was the greatest of all-time in my opinion (with Gorilla Monsoon and also his tenure in WCW).. Now with Ultimate Warrior, I would of chose him when i was a kid, but as an adult in full retrospect im gonna go with Kerry Von Erich the Texas Tornado, he was my favorite out the Von Erich family and a much better wrestler than Warrior lol..
Gangrel or Kevin Thorne?
Big one and a half. WWE & TNA sections of the site.
Trader. Someone you can get hard to find wrestling DVD's from, usually accessed by E-Mail. I have this guy who can pretty much get any wrestling event ever!
Yeah, WWE is like some kind of religion for me, but I watch a lot of Indy wrestling, and am usually a few weeks behind on TNA, but I've kinda caught up with them at the moment.
Did you see Jeff. Anyone who says he wasn't wasted hasn't been wasted.
its all understandable, exclamation marks just show the true feeling of it all..
for commentating not managing:
bobby heenan or paul heyman?
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