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  • Stan Switek
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    Anyone been watching the Hulk Hogan reality show "Hogan Knows Best"?

    http://www.vh1.com/shows/dyn/hogan_k.../episode.jhtml

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  • lt93lover
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    "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan and his trusty 2 by 4-didn't watch much once he was gone...

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  • Welpe
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    Originally posted by Badgerland
    The Steiners were one of my favorites too. That was before Scotty got all roided out to the point where he could not move around the ring anymore. There is a point where you become too muscular.

    I'm trying to think who my favorite tag team of all time was. The Steiners were up there, as were The Road Warriors, Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard, but my favorite of all time were Harlem Heat, Booker T and Stevie Ray. I remember watching them when they first broke in with the Global Wrestling Federation. The GWF had a daily show that aired on ESPN at 3 PM. From early on, you could always tell that Booker was the more talented of the 2, and he has gone on to prove it.
    I'm with you about Harlem Heat. They were entertaining to watch.

    Oh and who can forget the ladder match between Razor Ramon and Shawn Michaels? That was a match!

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  • code3_K9
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    Whos the champ BROTHER!?!?!?

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  • ftlaudcop
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    just watched wrestlemania 21 today , the 3rd disc is who was inducted
    into the hall of fame, I had not really seen bobby heenan in a while and
    \hardly recognized him..way he talked looks like he had a stroke.
    paul orndorff, looks like he has some preety hi miles on him,
    along with nikoli volkoff and the iron sheik.....



    www.schackdaddy.com

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  • VegasMetro
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    The Road Warriors....


    http://www.roadwarriorsinc.com/HomePage.html

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  • Badgerland
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    Originally posted by Welpe
    The Steiner Brothers were a great tag team.
    The Steiners were one of my favorites too. That was before Scotty got all roided out to the point where he could not move around the ring anymore. There is a point where you become too muscular.

    I'm trying to think who my favorite tag team of all time was. The Steiners were up there, as were The Road Warriors, Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard, but my favorite of all time were Harlem Heat, Booker T and Stevie Ray. I remember watching them when they first broke in with the Global Wrestling Federation. The GWF had a daily show that aired on ESPN at 3 PM. From early on, you could always tell that Booker was the more talented of the 2, and he has gone on to prove it.

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  • Mid_Ohio_Po
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    Rockin Ronny Garvin (Garman? can't remember) is flying regional cargo prop planes in the midwest. Met him one time helpin a buddy who's dad ran our small local airport. That dude was a trip!

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  • Stan Switek
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    Originally posted by InSane1
    AND my personal favorite was Brett "the hitman" Hart. Now he was just plain HOT.
    That greasy long hair must have been a hell of a turn on.

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  • InSane1
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    I grew up on AWA. Whenever I get a chance, I watch WWE.

    The Rock... What a doll. AND my personal favorite was Brett "the hitman" Hart. Now he was just plain HOT.

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  • Welpe
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    Originally posted by Stan Switek
    I saw him several years ago wrestling as Scott Steiner. My guess his is awaiting a liver or kidney transplant from the roids.
    The Steiner Brothers were a great tag team.

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  • Stan Switek
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    Originally posted by Chiller
    What ever happened to my boy Big Papa Pump....he was da man
    I saw him several years ago wrestling as Scott Steiner. My guess his is awaiting a liver or kidney transplant from the roids.

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  • Chiller
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    Hulk Hogans brother was a scam artist around the Maryland area for years.


    What ever happened to my boy Big Papa Pump....he was da man

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  • orlandofed5-0
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    EC F'in W was were wrestling went to the extreme.

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  • Bodie
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    Guy went by the name "Chief White Owl" was a full time deputy here in the 70's.

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