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 Posted: Fri Nov 23rd, 2007 11:02 pm
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Alright, So I used to hand out at this bar where a guy by the name of "George" worked.  It turns out that George was a manager for a little shit hole indy fed called the UCWA.  In it, he was called "The Sheik", I later realized that he was pretending to be...THE Sheik...as in Farhat. 

Anyway, one thing led to another, and I started being the Announcer for the fed, and my very nieve friend, Mick, was going to be the "Commissioner".  So we show up at the VFW hall where they had these things, and we met with the Promoter, Eddie Davis.  He wrestled as "The Sizzler", and was a rip off of Eddie Gilbert. 

The main event was a tag team match between Greg "The Hammer" Valentine and Jason Styles V. Lone Wolf Doug Storm and Playboy Buddy Rose.  During the show, some guy jumps in the ring and grabs the microphone, and says that he was scheduled to wrestle this guy by the name of I.N.S., but if INS wanted to shoot, he could deal with.........

(Dramitic Pause) MR FRESNO!!!

So Mr Fresno stands up, takes off his shirt, and the guy looks like he should be selling Carne Asada from a truck.  He gets in there with this huge roid rage fucker, and ends up getting his ass kicked.  In the middle of this, the whole locker room is out in the hall, includeing Valentine and Rose, watching this. 

I'm near enough to Valentine to hear his say to Eddie, "If I have to shoot in there, you know it's an extra 100." 

Apparently, this Mr Fresno was a rival Lucha Promoter. 

In the middle of all this, My friend finds out that he is supposed to ref the main event.

Anyway, A little while later, Valentine walks up to my friend, The Commissioner, and asks him for his Payoff. 

Mick tells him that he know what he;s talking about.  Valentine was told that the ref was getting his money.  They meant the REAL ref, who had dissappeared, apparently to go hold up a 7-11 or something to get the cash.  ($300, I think). 

So we are all standing there, going over the finish.  Buddy tells Mick, "Ok, I'll get Greg in a Sleeper, and he'll kick you, you bump and when you get up you DQ him". 

When Mick heard "He'll Kick you"  His eyes got as big as saucers.  I swear, I thought he was gonna say  "Watchu Talking Bout, Playboy?" 

Buddy sees this, and says "NO NO NO, He won't hurt cha!!" 

(Incidentally, Buddy was a real nice guy in person, in spite of what he has been online.) 

Anyway, the ref came back, Mick didn't have to bump and Greg got paid. 

There you go, My first night as a "WERKER".  Not much to it. 

I'll tell you about illiterate Sam Fatu another time. 

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Do Mod Forum stories count as unusual interactions?

I have a good e-interaction.

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 Posted: Sat Nov 24th, 2007 07:54 pm
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srossi wrote:
Someone whose name I won't mention says "Don't worry, he's not gonna be getting booked here anymore anyway."  And he wasn't so I didn't have to deal with him again. 



Don't be a fuckin' cunt.  Name names or keep that shit to yourself.



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beejmi wrote: Do Mod Forum stories count as unusual interactions?

I have a good e-interaction.

Fuckin' right they do.  Post away



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 Posted: Sat Nov 24th, 2007 08:10 pm
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Plenty of names were mentioned in that post.  Hopefully DeVito can't afford Internet access.

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I have a couple...

- I was at an indy show in Refugio, TX. Main event was Jake "the Snake" Roberts vs. Kevin Northcutt. During intermission, Jake was doing photos. My wife and I waited in line, and when it was our turn, my wife walked over to Jake as I was paying. Jake put his arm around her and she did the same. When I walked over, he put his arm around me and when I did the same, he jumped a little and said "I sure hope that was her hand and not yours!"

Jake was a little drunk I think but I marked the fuck out later on when he DDT'd the ref after getting DQ'd.

- I was at and indy show in Victoria, TX and the main event was Chavo Guerrero Sr. I went over during intermission to have him sign my program. Super nice guy, but I think I insulted him by accident. We talked for a minute and I said that I used to watch him a loooong time ago in Southwest. I think I said "long" a little to long and he looked up and said, "it wasn't thaaaat long ago." He laughed, but I think I may have hurt his feelings.

- I went to a comic book show in San Antonio, Texas where Mick Foley was signing autographs. It was the weekend of one of the Chuck/Randy UFC fights. It was the 2nd day of a 2 day show and there was literally no one in line and maybe 10 people total at the show. Mick was signing pictures and shirts and I asked him if he had any Cactus Jack pics to sign. He got a big grin on his face and his assistant dug one out of his bag. We ended up talking about the UFC fight (he loves Liddell) and making fun of some people that were dressed up like Star Wars characters.



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Here's my Foley story. Not weird, per se, but kind of sad:

Mick Foley was hocking his book (Tietam Brown, I believe?) at a minor league basketball game so I went to get his 'graph. It was at the same arena where I saw him interfere in a Taker-Kane cagematch in 1998 on the Highway to Hell Tour. I made a little small talk and he didn't recall the match (no surprise there). What was somewhat sad was the faraway, glazed look he had. I dunno if he was just bored from being in a shithole town on a weeknight or if he just has that much brain damage. I'm sure it's somewhere in between.

Which leads me to wonder what his brain must look like. If Benoit had the brain of an 80-year-old man with dementia, then Foley's must look like Jell-O.

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I'm guessing it's the latter. All those chair shots & bumps he
took during his career  will take their toll eventually.

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 Posted: Wed Nov 28th, 2007 10:11 pm
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This past summer I was in a hotel parking lot counting Mad Dog Vachon's take for doing an autograph show at our neighborhood bar. (It was $815.) It was just weird counting his money in the lot and I felt like a dope pusher or something.

Also years ago, maybe around 1968, I was in the Amp parking lot after the matches and we all noticed Bruiser's car was shaking and we didn't see anyone in it. A few of us went to the car window and there was Bruiser getting a BJ from some dolly. He yelled at us to get the hell out and we did.

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Chitown Rich wrote: This past summer I was in a hotel parking lot counting Mad Dog Vachon's take for doing an autograph show at our neighborhood bar. (It was $815.) It was just weird counting his money in the lot and I felt like a dope pusher or something.

Also years ago, maybe around 1968, I was in the Amp parking lot after the matches and we all noticed Bruiser's car was shaking and we didn't see anyone in it. A few of us went to the car window and there was Bruiser getting a BJ from some dolly. He yelled at us to get the hell out and we did.
LMFAO

Not much of a story for me, but when I was in college (this would be around 1999 or so) Kevin Nash was doing a special appearance at the Fresno State football game.  I have no idea why. 

Anyway I'm not really "out of the closet" with my wrestling fandom, especially not in college when I've got better things to do like try to get laid.

I'm sitting in the office of the college newspaper, working on a story for a journalism assignment when who walks in the door and plops down in a chair directly across this small table from me.  Kevin Nash.  As if he knows I'm the wrestling dingbat in the room or something.

I look up, probably halfway bug-eyed when I realize who it is.  "Hey man, how you doin, Kevin Nash" and sticks his hand out.

Helluva nice guy, down to earth, funny as hell.  I shot the shit with him for probably 10 minutes then I had to get to class.  Would have skipped the class but I had an exam.  I'm sure I was a total mark to the guy - I was and am a big Nash fan - but he handled it well. 

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amerorig wrote:

There you go, My first night as a "WERKER".  Not much to it. 

I'll tell you about illiterate Sam Fatu another time. 

Your Pat Patterson one is better.  And I'm not being funny haha about him being funny queer either.  It's a nice story.

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beejmi wrote: Do Mod Forum stories count as unusual interactions?

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If they included mod type workers takin up for me, then I'd say yes, yes they do.



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BigJ wrote
Your Pat Patterson one is better.  And I'm not being funny haha about him being funny queer either.  It's a nice story.

But then I would have to admit I went to a Shawn Michaels press conferance, and that was REALLY queer.

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amerorig wrote: BigJ wrote
Your Pat Patterson one is better.  And I'm not being funny haha about him being funny queer either.  It's a nice story.

But then I would have to admit I went to a Shawn Michaels press conferance, and that was REALLY queer.

That was there, I thought it was at the show.

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Well, I met him twice...The First time was at the Shawn Michaels/Rumble 96 press conferance, the second time was when I had seat right behind the control booth for the Smackdown when Eddy Gurrerro had his Championship Celebration. 

Patterson was standing right next to me, and he had the tears roling out of his eyes watching Eddy with the Belt and getting a HUGE ovation. 

That the story you mean?

By the way, If I mentioned Kevin Northcutt or JBL, you and I would be this board's James Beard and Dusty Wolfe.

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