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  posted on 10/5/2005 at 06:09 PM
Given some of the comments I've seen here, some of the discussions I've had with other members over the years, and the contents on another thread on the WP, I've decided to start a thread devoted to Wrestling. Mostly the fake kind, but of course discussions about the real kind are also welcome (I'm particularly interested in some of the crossover guys, e.g., Kurt Angle, Brock Lesnar, and Shelton Benjamin, among others).

I'll start it off with some nuggets:

1) Kevin Von Erich's appearance on the RAW "homecoming" Monday night led me to do a little web surfing to see what he's been up to lately. I found this site:

http://www.rightherepictures.com/main.htm

The film looks like it's been very well done, and I look forward to its release. Make sure you watch the trailer, you'll see a lot of familiar faces. Also, the "forum" link on the site will take you to a discussion board with a good number of WCCW fans.

One thing that I learned there was that WWE has purchased the WCCW film archive. So, maybe we'll see some DVD's with some of those classic Von Erich/Freebirds match-ups, among other great bouts. When WWF first exploded in the mid-eighties, I'd watch it, but I always preferred the "better wrestling," IMO, of the WCCW. It will be nice to see some of that again.

Through a little more research, I found that one of my favorite bad guys from the WCCW days, Freebird Michael Hayes, worked for a while for the WWF, as a sort of "J.R." type guy. He went by the name of Doc Hendrix. I must not have been watching at that time, because I don't remember him.

2) What do we think of RAW's return to the USA Network? I'm thinking it will be pretty much the same.

3) More significant, IMO, is TNA's move to Spike TV. I think it will increase their exposure considerably, perhaps earn them a few more dollars to spend, and they will be able to expand their operation. I think some competition will do the industry some good. The "McMahon owns everything" scenario gets really boring really fast.

Okay, discuss.

[Edited on 10/5/2005 by TopDroog]

 

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  posted on 10/5/2005 at 07:04 PM
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2) What do we think of RAW's return to the USA Network? I'm thinking it will be pretty much the same.




Seemed like they were pushing the envelope a litttle more, as far as the Girls go..

I havent watched it in awhile, and tuned in Monday to "catch up"

Not too bad, the HHH/ Flair thing has possiblilities..

 

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  posted on 10/5/2005 at 10:43 PM
Good idea Droog.I was also pleasantly surprised to see Kevin Von Erich the other night.I haven't delved into the link you posted yet,but my dad first got cable in the mid 80s when I was in High School,since I lived on Long Island I had been watching the WWF since the 70s,but with cable & TBS I was introduced to the NWA & the 4 Horsemen(woooh!),NWA was the sh*t in the mid to late 80s.But I also got ESPN with cable,and at 4 PM every weekday they had wrestling.On Monday the had the weekly WCCW television show,and Teusday through Friday was a show called "Legends Of World Class Championship Wrestling".Each episode showed one of the old weekly WCCW television recordings,& I wouldn't miss one man,I taped it everyday.They started(at least when I started watching,can't remember if I caught it from the beginning) around the very late 70s or 1980,so in a year & a half or two I saw 7 or 8 years worth of WCCW history,the Von Erichs were WCCW(wasn't Fritz the promoter?),those wars with the Freebirds were classic.The Von Erich story is incredibly sad,a real tragedy .You just know 95% of the current WWE fans had no idea who Kevin was(unless they read Flair's book maybe),but I was stoked to see him & when he used the Iron Claw on that newb.Flair told his side of the Von Erich story in his book,but I remember thinking he should have shown much more descretion & not spilt so much inside knowledge about the drug use of the late Kerry & David,and wondering at the time what had become of Kevin & how he must feel about it.Well,I got my answer Monday night,when HHH was beating a bloody Flair outside the ring & yelling at Dusty Rhodes & the other Legends(who all looked fitingly upset & worried about 'ol Ric),did you see the evil smile on Kevin's face?(he was at the end of the row)I was laughin' my ass off...
 

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  posted on 10/5/2005 at 11:04 PM
Wrestling is fake

I use to be a big rasslin fan before the WWF killed the territories. I watched the old Memphis wrestling. The home of Jerry "the King" Lawler. Dave Brown and Lance Russell were the announcers. Some of the wrestlers,
Jackie Fargo
Roughhouse Fargo
Bill Dundee
Handsome Jimmy Valliant
Terry Boulder ( he later changed his name to something like Hulk Hogan)
Tommy Gilbert
Eddie Marlin
Tojo Yamamoto
Wayne Farris (later became The Honky Tonk Man)
Rocky Johnson (The Rocks' father)

Some of the best gimmicks ever came from Memphis Wrestlin.

I don't like what Vince McMahnan has done to wrestling.

I miss the old days of rasslin, I use to go to Louisville Gardens every Tuesday night.

 

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  posted on 10/5/2005 at 11:05 PM
Shouldn't this be called the Razzlin thread.

Wrestling was something I did in school

was the 98 lb champ in 8th grade.

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 02:57 AM
I still enjoy watching this crap

I rented a satelite dish so I could bootleg Wrestlemania 1

Used to catch the road shows when they came through town. This was before ticketbasturd. If you were first in line for tickets, you got front row seats. It was awesome to meet Gorilla Monsoon, George "the animal" Steele, "Mr wonderful" Paul Orndorff, Hillbilly Jim, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Randy "macho man" Savage, Jake the snake, Jimmy "superfly" Snooka, Adrian Adonis, the Iron Shiek, Sgt Slaughter, "million dollar man" Ted Debiaze, and geez a whole bunch I don't remember right now.

Thanks for the memories, Droogie

While were on the subject of rasslin', any Roller Derby fans out here? Bay Bombers, Midwest Pioneers? Charlie O'Connell, Peanuts Meyer?

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 05:13 AM
Shelton Benjamin is from Orangeburg about an hour from where I live, in high school he was a bad ass, he did not have the clean image he does now he looked like he always pissed at something, he was a 210 lbs Heavy weight State Champion, which meant he wrestled guys that were cutting weight to make the 275 lbs weight class, he went undeafeated his senior year and was untouched virtually all year, When we played his high school in football about two years ago( we play them every year) he was there and those kids were going nuts!!!

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 06:20 AM


Wrestling was neat... when I was in the 8th grade.



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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 06:35 AM

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 07:35 AM
Moose Cholak, now there was a wrestler


http://bodyslamming.com/deceased/cholak.html






[Edited on 10/7/2005 by Peachypetewi]

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 08:54 AM
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1) Kevin Von Erich's appearance on the RAW "homecoming"


That was really cool. Funny how he's a grandfather and he looks better than alot of folks currently on the active roster. Given all of the things that happened to that family, it was really good to see him there. The icy looks at Flair were priceless.

It was also glaring that night when you look at how little talent the younger guys have now at cutting promos. Flair will always be one of the best. Dusty Rhodes was winging it and pulling it off.

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I found that one of my favorite bad guys from the WCCW days, Freebird Michael Hayes, worked for a while for the WWF, as a sort of "J.R." type guy.


Still works for WWE as an agent. During the backstage Flair-HHH beatdown, the "random" fellow HHH punched was Michael Hayes.


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2) What do we think of RAW's return to the USA Network? I'm thinking it will be pretty much the same.



The return to USA will cost the WWE $40 million annually. When RAW came up for renewal, Vince asked Spike for nearly triple the amount of the last contract. The WWE also, in the old Spike contract, shared in 35% of the ad revenue from all the WWE programming on Spike. When Spike told Vince they weren't interested, the only place he could go was back to USA. Wrestling has and always will have a stigma attached to it...many networks wouldn't give wrestling programming a thought. Also, Vince torched his major network bridges after his XFL debacle that cost him and NBC millions of dollars. The new USA contract does not include any ad revenue sharing and they will still get pre-empted for the dog show.

The major reason behind the four hours of "Homecoming" programming on Monday also had much to do with Vince's attempt to bury UFC programming on Spike. The first season of Ultimate Fighter was such a ratings success that UFC and Dana White convinced Spike execs that UFC can stand on it's own, and that Ultimate Fighter did not need that Raw lead-in in the coveted 18-34 male demographic. This past Monday eveyone turned out happy, as Raw pulled a 4.4 rating (usually in the 3.0 to 4.0 range) and the Ultimate Fight Night pulled a cumulative 1.8 (usually 1.0 to 1.4).

As far as the quality of Raw, just always remember that Stephanie rules the current creative team with an iron hand, HHH has heavy influence, and eight of the 11 or so writers they carry are all from a television writing background...right now to get a job as a writer they prefer that you have little to no wrestling knowledge. It shows, doesn't it?

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3) More significant, IMO, is TNA's move to Spike TV. I think it will increase their exposure considerably, perhaps earn them a few more dollars to spend, and they will be able to expand their operation. I think some competition will do the industry some good. The "McMahon owns everything" scenario gets really boring really fast.




TNA is a really fascinating story. The in-ring action, if one likes a fast-paced, high-flying style, WWE cannot hold a candle to. AJ Styles, in my opinion, is well on his way to becoming easily one of the best ever. Christopher Daniels is awesome, Samoa Joe is another legend in the making. To me, though, the one major issue I have is with Jeff Jarrett. God, I hate that guy.

The WWE will do everything they can to squash TNA like a bug. If you watched the TNA premiere, you might of noticed that the Dudleys are no longer the Dudleys. WWE filed a trademark injunction as they do with most of thier former wrestlers. Any name created by WWE becomes trademarked intellectual property. For instance, remember Jamie Noble? He's been on the indie circuit and working for the independent Ring of Honor promotion for the last year as James Gibson (His real name). He will be returning to WWE soon as Jamie Noble. The Dudleys, not having the financial power to take on the WWE in court, would have had a great chance at winning that one in court since they were the Dudleys in ECW before they came to WWE. WWE countered that since they own the rights to ECW, they retain intellectual property as well.

If you really want to see how petty the WWE is when it comes to this stuff, they actually sent an injunction to TNA warning then not to use the word "superstar" as they claim sports entertainment intellectual property on that word.


Man, Droog, I'm sooo happy you started this thread. Can you tell?

BTW, I've watched wrestling for 25 years. Can't stop!

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 09:04 AM
For a time, Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon lived two houses away from a school buddy of mine. We'd see him out watering the flowers etc. Spoke to him once or twice. Seemed like an "average" guy, not the persona he had during matches. You'd think he'd lift a leg on the flowers, not water them.

I remember once on the Monday Night rasslin' show they had on tv in Omaha, Mad Dog lost a challenge match and therefore had to eat dog food out of a dog dish.

Now that's entertainment!

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 09:27 AM
Oh, and who can forget, watching black and white tv and Haystack Calhoun taking on six midgets simultaneously....

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 09:27 AM
That's some good stuff there, Bhawk, thanks for the substantial contribution. I didn't know that about Stephanie and HHH being responsible for much of the story line - I assume that's what you meant by the "creative team."

For the longest time, TNA was only on (at least that I was aware of) on Fridays at 4:00 or something, before I got home from work. So, I don't really know much about AJ Stiles, but my 11 year old raves about him, and was quite thrilled when he found a few TNA action figures amid the dozens of WWE figures at the local toy store.

Know anything about that "Christian" wrestling thing DiBiase was trying to put together with Sting?

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 09:59 AM
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Know anything about that "Christian" wrestling thing DiBiase was trying to put together with Sting?


I really don't know anything about it, but that explains why I saw them on one of the Christian channels when I was channel surfing the other day

 

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Here's a classic Memphis pix

Does that guy look familiar?

 

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Here's a classic Memphis pix

Does that guy look familiar?




cROky on the left and Wott on the right????

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 10:53 AM
From the looks of that picture, it appears that Jimmy Hart is the Dick Clark of wrestling. The guy does not age!

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 11:20 AM
Do you remember a band called the Gentrys?

They had a hit song in either 1965 or 66 called Keep On Dancin

Jimmy Hart was the lead singer for them.

When Hart first came on the wrestling scene in the late 70's early 80's he was
Jerry Lawlers ringside "guest" (I saw this match when they made their weekly trip to Louisville). A week later Hart interfered in the match. The next week he was Lawlers' manager. About a month later Hart turned on Lawler, I don't remember who he sided with. It might have been the "Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol.

As the storyline progressed it led to a match between Lawler and I believe it was Idol. Lawler put his hair up against Jimmy Hart's Gold Record.
When Lawler won the match he took the record and threw it in the Mississippi River on the Saturday Morning wrestling show.

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 11:32 AM
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Know anything about that "Christian" wrestling thing DiBiase was trying to put together with Sting?


Sting (Steve Borden) had a stellar career that was heavily altered (as do so many in pro wrestling) by pills and booze. After he left the business, he became a Christian and redevoted his life to his family. In reading interviews with him since, he's pretty much a good guy who has some serious issues with the more risque elements of what the WWE has become. He also has stated over and over that he has no interest in preaching, he's just a Christian guy who wants the best for him and his family. He does appearances for a Christian group called Lifeway. Here's a pic of the Stinger from last year:



There are already several "Christian" pro wrestling shows. Vince Russo, of all people, is the latest to jump on this particular train.

As far as the Million Dollar Man, he has always been vocal about his displeasure with the WWE product from a Christian point of view, that is, until last year when he took a position on the Smackdown writing team, which turned out to be a disaster since all Ted could present were a bunch of 30 year old ideas. He is currently still under contract with the WWE.

Sting has made it clear that he doesn't think that he could ever return full-time, if not for anything else but for his age and potential for injury. When you take a hard look at the neck injuries (Angle, Benoit, Austin, etc.) it makes an older fella think twice about subjecting himself to the abuse again.

But, with the world of professional wrestling, never say never.

 

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Do you remember a band called the Gentrys?

They had a hit song in either 1965 or 66 called Keep On Dancin

Jimmy Hart was the lead singer for them.

When Hart first came on the wrestling scene in the late 70's early 80's he was
Jerry Lawlers ringside "guest" (I saw this match when they made their weekly trip to Louisville). A week later Hart interfered in the match. The next week he was Lawlers' manager. About a month later Hart turned on Lawler, I don't remember who he sided with. It might have been the "Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol.

As the storyline progressed it led to a match between Lawler and I believe it was Idol. Lawler put his hair up against Jimmy Hart's Gold Record.
When Lawler won the match he took the record and threw it in the Mississippi River on the Saturday Morning wrestling show.




The Mouth of the South has written several of the entrance themes too, the biggest being Shawn Michaels "Sexy Boy" tune.

Jimmy has always been able to freely move about all of the different organizations until very recently. He was involved with alot of TNA until just a few months ago, when Vince put the kibosh on that.

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 12:15 PM
Hey fast43, I used to read about all of the crazy s**t that used to go down in Memphis back in the day and just read in amazement...were you ever at any of the shows during the Jerry Lawler-Eddie Gilbert feud, especially when they were throwing fireballs at each other?

 

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Yeah I saw some of those matches. I would go to the Louisville Gardens on Tuesday nights. The Circuit was
Monday, Memphis Tn
Tuesday, Louisville, Ky
Wednesday Evansville, In
Not sure what nights the other stops were but
Tupelo MS
Those were the regular stops

I saw Andy Kaufman in a wrestling match. Yeah, Yeah yeah yeah

There were some great stuff
Lawler vs Bill Dundee
Lawler & Dundee vs The Blonde Bombers, Wayne Ferris and Larry Lathem. Ferris went on to be Honky Tonk Man and Lathem became Moondog Spot. Larry Lathen passed away a couple years ago. He had a heart attack in the ring.

Sometimes I'll watch WWE or someother wrestling and I'll see a gimmick that I saw 30 years ago on Memphis wrestling.

 

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  posted on 10/6/2005 at 02:23 PM
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TNA is a really fascinating story. The in-ring action, if one likes a fast-paced, high-flying style, WWE cannot hold a candle to. AJ Styles, in my opinion, is well on his way to becoming easily one of the best ever. Christopher Daniels is awesome, Samoa Joe is another legend in the making. To me, though, the one major issue I have is with Jeff Jarrett. God, I hate that guy.

The WWE will do everything they can to squash TNA like a bug. If you watched the TNA premiere, you might of noticed that the Dudleys are no longer the Dudleys. WWE filed a trademark injunction as they do with most of thier former wrestlers. Any name created by WWE becomes trademarked intellectual property. For instance, remember Jamie Noble? He's been on the indie circuit and working for the independent Ring of Honor promotion for the last year as James Gibson (His real name). He will be returning to WWE soon as Jamie Noble. The Dudleys, not having the financial power to take on the WWE in court, would have had a great chance at winning that one in court since they were the Dudleys in ECW before they came to WWE. WWE countered that since they own the rights to ECW, they retain intellectual property as well.

If you really want to see how petty the WWE is when it comes to this stuff, they actually sent an injunction to TNA warning then not to use the word "superstar" as they claim sports entertainment intellectual property on that word.


I'm with ya on Jeff Jarrett Bhawk.This guy was once a mediocre to good wrestler,now he just plain sucks.Isn't his dad Jerry one of the TNA promoters?That explains his push & spot,I've heard the crowd chanting "drop the belt" while he's doing promos(which also suck).Personally I'd like to see him drop it to Sabu,it'll never happen though .
Anyway,I'm glad TNA got the Spike deal too Droogie,the McMahon monoploy has got to end.The aquisition of the Dudleys is a huge play,I can't belive Vince won't let them use the name,what a dickhead.Does that include 'D'von' & 'Bubba'? I would think he'd welcome the small amount of competition TNA offers,he knows from the past competition always improves the quality of the product,look at the ratings wars of '96-'98,pro wrestling has probably never been better(including ECW,'96 was their banner year).

 

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Do you remember a band called the Gentrys?

They had a hit song in either 1965 or 66 called Keep On Dancin

Jimmy Hart was the lead singer for them.

When Hart first came on the wrestling scene in the late 70's early 80's he was
Jerry Lawlers ringside "guest" (I saw this match when they made their weekly trip to Louisville). A week later Hart interfered in the match. The next week he was Lawlers' manager. About a month later Hart turned on Lawler, I don't remember who he sided with. It might have been the "Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol.

As the storyline progressed it led to a match between Lawler and I believe it was Idol. Lawler put his hair up against Jimmy Hart's Gold Record.
When Lawler won the match he took the record and threw it in the Mississippi River on the Saturday Morning wrestling show.
I actually saw the Gentrys at a little dance club in Shelbyville, Tenn. called the Cellar. I think it had to be 1967. They had some surprising acts play there such as the Zombies,Beau Brummels(Laugh,Laugh), and the Detroit Wheels without Mitch Ryder! Rock bands from Nashville used to come down and play there in those days(first local long hairs I ever saw). I have always wondered if the Allman Joys didn't play there then since I know they spent some time in Nashville then. Anyone possibly know?

 
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