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Who used to watch WWF back in the day?

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  1. silver75
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    Im talking old school here, Macho Man Randy Savage, Hacksaw Jim Duggen, The Iron Sheik, my favourites where Demolition and Ultimate Warrior :cool: :)
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    Wrestling is complete pony.

    Mind you, if you like Nadia you probably would get excited about big muscly men writhing around in spandex.

    :moa:
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    That Nadia thread wasn't a good idea really was it?! LOL :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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    :mad:
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    ...think Im gonna have to go on a little sabbatical until the heat from that thread dies down... :sly:
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    Ammo for life!!!!!:Flush:

    Only dicking around, no hard feelings silver, just couldn't resist.:thumbsup:
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    I used to watch it when I was a young'un.

    Remember the Undertaker and Yokozuma. Ha. Those where the days when I couldnt tell it was fake.

    I remember the adverts were so long then to.
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    LOVE WRESTLEING SINCE I WAS LITTLE STILL WATCH IT, OLD TIME FAV IS BRET HITMAN HEART BORN IN THE SAME TOWN AS ME CALGARY ALBERTA CANADA. FAV WRESTLER AT THE MO RANDY ORTON N BATISTA. I KNOW ITS FAKE BUT ITS GOOD TO WATCH WHEN NOTING GOOD IS ON.
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    L.O.D were my favourites.
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    we are forgetting Hulk Hogan here......Demolition and Ultimate Warrior were my favourites
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    Ha ha ha remember 'The Earthquake' - he was HUGE!!!

    Brutus Beefcake, The Warlord, Sgt Slaughter, THE HONKY TONK MAN....... those were the days!!

    However, I can safely say I ain't watched it in about 15 years ;)
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    F*ck me "the honky tonk man" now thats a blast frm the past.. The Hulkster was the boy back in the day but now he is doing reality TV so has lost all cred with me... who remembers the Junk Yard Dog and Randy Piper...complete nutters.

    Anyone remember "the sleeper hold"...!!! Used to practice that in the playground :)
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    Sheephearders was the best until they changed to the daft bushwackers.Also the British Bulldog and the Hart Foundation.
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    Theres sooo many

    Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka
    Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat
    Dusty Rhodes
    Ric Flair
    Rick Rude

    Good (fake)wrestling not like the crap you get today.:rock:
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    degeneration x were funny! junkyard dog, jake the snake roberts! kane loads of them!
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    Oh dear. :sadlike:
    There are some uber sad people on here.
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    Not really,needed to get some attack moves for the school yard.:haudrauf:
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    :confused: :mad:
    Whats wrong with watching WWF when you were little? Practically everyone i know watched it... SummerSlam.. Royal Rumble.. :happy:
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    That's why we boxed. :yes:

    :box:
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    I remember watching Big Daddy. Does this count? :)
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    EASY! EASY! EASY! EASY! etc etc
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    What??? Old school??? they are new school my my standards. LOL

    You all forgot KoKo B. Ware ( guy ran about with a parrot)

    Texas Tornado
    Warlord
    Virgil ( Million Dollar Man's man servant )
    Slick (was a manager)
    Tugboat ( became Typhoon )
    Earthquake
    The Iron Sheik
    Kamala
    "The Model" Rick Martel
    "Ravishing" Rick Rude
    Demolition - Crash & Smash (one of them ended up The Repo Man)
    The Legion of Doom (Animal & Hawk) - they ended up the Road Warriors
    Tito Santana "The Matador"
    Brutus "The Barber Beefcake"
    The Dentist (ended up Kane)
    Bam Bam Bigelow
    Mr Perfect
    Sid Justice
    The Rockers (Marti Genetti(spelling) & Shawn Michaels)
    The Big Boss Man

    Hey and lets all pay ultimo respecto to the one the only, the imortal
    Hulk Hogan ( The Hulkster, Hollywood Hogan etc) this guy put pro wrestling on the map!!!!!!!

    As you can see followed wrestling for sometime now. Never really fell away from it since the late 80s till now!!!!
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    We didnt fight by the rules at my school so boxing would not help.
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    Surely the hardest fat man that ever walked the planet! I use to love this guy with his ridiculous firey catsuit (!!)
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    king Kong Bundy.
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    Rings a bell, is he a wrestler?
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    If i'm in a situation i'd rather someone with a bit of training had my back.

    Anyway, if you're used to getting punched by people that know how to it's easier to avoid ones thrown by those that don't.

    Greco wrestling the only wrestling worth knowing, in my experience most rows end up with both of you on the floor at some point.
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    Training to box in a ring does not mean you can fight.You might be able to dodge a punch but its a bit harder to dodge feet when your on the floor.:sadlike: You dont get a ref jump in and bail you out.
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    Such a shame 90% of these dudes are now either dead or smacked-up to the eyeballs :drag:
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    I'd rather have a tear up with someone who can't box than someone that can. Wouldn't you???

    Anyway, all that aside these nonces in lycra couldn't fight a cold.
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    I wouldn't like to box someone who can box.I would get battered.:slapped:

    Anyway, all that aside these nonces in lycra couldn't fight a cold:lmfao:
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    my mate did some wrestling and i had to go and get hit with a steel chair fuck me it hurt!

    wrestling is like eastenders but with violence
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    good analogy
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    I loved the undertaker and paul bearer.... they were wicked!
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    Bam Bam was not the fattest, Mable/ Visera that guy has to be push 30 odd stone.
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    any one remember superfly jimmy snucka he used to dive off the top ropes the full lenth of the ring..............
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    What was your favourite match?

    Hulk Hogan Vs Ultimate warrior...

    I almost cried at the end cos i wanted Hulk Hogan to win!:huh:
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    I actually did cry when Hogan Vs Undertaker years ago, The Nature Boy Rik Flair came down to the ring and put a closed steel chair in and "taker" tombstoned "The Hulkster" I was greeting for ages, my mum tried to explain its all fake, at that age i was having non of that, to me it was all real! :3sadwalk:
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    WWF was all about the Royal Rumbles!!! I loved staying up until 2am to watch them :)
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