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Fav. Pro Wrestler

Post by transfusion666 »

Well list your 5 fav. pro wrestlers

Ric Flair(Whhhoooooo)
Goldberg
Arn Anderson
Ricky Steamboat
HBK
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Jake "The Snake" Roberts
Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake
Steve Austin
Rick Rude
Hacksaw Jim Dugan
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Bam Bam Bigelow
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The almighty Hulk Hogan
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The Ultimate Warrior
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King Kong Bundy
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The Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase
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junkyard dog
hulk hogan
andre "the giant"
macho man randy savage
roudy roddie pipper<sp?> :evil:
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LowLife wrote:roudy roddie pipper<sp?> :evil:
Rowdy Roddy Piper (http://www.myspace.com/roddypiper)
Ultimate Warrior (last I heard he hires out as a motivational speaker)
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat
JYD (R.I.P.)
Jake "The Snake" Roberts
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Post by Plan9FromAuburn »

the tag team known as demolition
the million dollar man ted dibiase
mr. perfect curt henning
the outsiders scott hall and kevin nash
and last but not least.....................
HULK HOGAN

it's funny that this topic came up. my father and i were just discussing when we went and saw the hulkster lose his belt to andre the giant, only to find out that the million dollar man had payed someone to get plastic surgery to look like the ref. andre then sold the belt to dibiase. market square arena 1987. i also got to meet the manager slick that night. all of the sudden i feel extremely cool and uber-lame at the same time.......starting.....to.......combust!
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Post by Plan9FromAuburn »

oops i forgot chris jericho. i don't really like him, but he is the ayatollah of rock and rolla and 215 lbs of twisted steel and sex appeal, so i guess what's not to like?

ps and he used to call dean malenko "stinko" malenko
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Post by GxWxLx »

very easy...

Macho Man Randy Savage
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Post by martymieux8266 »

i haven't watched for at least 4 or 5 years now.. but my favorite WAS rey mysterio, jr.. does he still wrestle?
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Post by willis »

kevin nash (also known as deisel)
scott hall (razor ramone)
steve austin
the road wariors (hawk and animal)
john cena (a little new school attitude)

im a fan af the badasses

also you got to give props to micheal fowley for wrestleing as cactus jack, dude love, and mankind all in one night for a while
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andre the giant
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Post by The_Dude »

"Iron" Mike Sharp!

Seriously, though...

- the Great Kabuki
- Brian Pillman
- Sting
- Arn Anderson
- Rick Steiner

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1. Ahmed Johnson
2. Mick Foley (except when he was Dude Love)
3. Kevin Nash
4. Hogan
5. Ric Flair

I've got an autographed pic of myself sitting on Flair's knee when I was about 6 or 7. The wrestlers came to my hometown, and my uncle was a volunteer fireman who helped set up the ring. My cousin and I got to hang out in the locker room with the guys for half the night. Really cool experience.
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Post by Mama Dragon »

The_Dude wrote:- Brian Pillman
R.I.P.
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Post by The_Dude »

Mama Dragon wrote:
The_Dude wrote:- Brian Pillman
R.I.P.
Yep. He lived in my hometown. (Walton, KY)

The sad thing is I didn't even know that until he died.
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