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Good call on dr d; they should have brought him in as #4 in 87 and had him kick Ole and Tim horner’s ass.



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"Stunning" Steve Austin and Larry Zbyszko

Flair as the leader with Arn and Larry as the tags and Austin is the U.S. or TV champ role. This is circa 1991-92 obviously.



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martini wrote: "Stunning" Steve Austin and Larry Zbyszko

Flair as the leader with Arn and Larry as the tags and Austin is the U.S. or TV champ role. This is circa 1991-92 obviously.


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Larry teamed with the Horsemen in one of the War Games (I believe '91). That's not a bad fit.



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My first three choices were already mentioned: Greg Valentine, Terry Taylor (pre-1988) and Gino Hernandez.

Right before Ric Flair was off TV in 1998, there were rumors that they were considering re-forming the group with Flair, Arn, Luger and Goldberg. Although, maybe Benoit was in there, with Arn as the manager. I don't think it ever went beyond rumors and fan speculation, though.

A new name I'll throw into the pile: whattabout Austin Idol in the 80's? He had some similarities to Flair, so he would've needed to change his character a bit. Maybe in the slot Tully Blanchard had.

Bob Orton, Jr. might've been another fit as an 80's Horseman.



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Nearly 4 pages in and nobody has mentioned the definitive #1 - 

Bobby F'N Heenan?! Bobby in the player/coach role.

Gino Hernandez - Would of fit in perfect, Flair could of turned him face in a big money program.

Curt Henning - Was never officially a Horseman, but should of been.

Ted DiBiase - Ted was so good, he literally could of played any of the 4 roles.

Shawn Michaels - It would of been cool seeing Shawn turn on Marty and becoming the 4th Horseman in 1988.

The Rock - (out of time frame of course) Would of been the perfect guy to play the "Luger role", i.e. the guy who turns face and feuds with Flair.

Ray "The Crippler" Stevens - As Executive Officer Of Western States Heritage Opperations.


NO!

Terry Taylor - Midcarder at best.

Stan Lane - My daughter could kick Stan Lane's ass!

Greg Valentine - Would of been good pre 1987.

Eddie Gilbert - Too much baggage.

Michael Hayes - Better and more valuable to the Freebirds.

Rick Rude - Not a bad choice, but better as a single.

David Shultz - Dave doesn't fit in at all. Whoever said Shultz is an obvious dumbshit!




Last edited on Sun Jun 2nd, 2019 09:56 pm by Heenan Fan



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Heenan Fan wrote: Nearly 4 pages in and nobody has mentioned the definitive #1 - 

Bobby F'N Heenan?! Bobby in the player/coach role.

Gino Hernandez - Would of fit in perfect, Flair could of turned him face in a big money program.

Curt Henning - Was never officially a Horseman, but should of been.

Ted DiBiase - Ted was so good, he literally could of played any of the 4 roles.

Shawn Michaels - It would of been cool seeing Shawn turn on Marty and becoming the 4th Horseman in 1988.

The Rock - (out of time frame of course) Would of been the perfect guy to play the "Luger role", i.e. the guy who turns face and feuds with Flair.

Ray "The Crippler" Stevens - As Executive Officer Of Western States Heritage Opperations.


NO!

Terry Taylor - Midcarder at best.

Stan Lane - My daughter could kick Stan Lane's ass!

Greg Valentine - Would of been good pre 1987.

Eddie Gilbert - Too much baggage.

Michael Hayes - Better and more valuable to the Freebirds.

Rick Rude - Not a bad choice, but better as a single.

David Shultz - Dave doesn't fit in at all. Whoever said Shultz is an obvious dumbshit!






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Heenan Fan wrote: Nearly 4 pages in and nobody has mentioned the definitive #1 - 

Bobby F'N Heenan?! Bobby in the player/coach role.

Gino Hernandez - Would of fit in perfect, Flair could of turned him face in a big money program.

Curt Henning - Was never officially a Horseman, but should of been.

Ted DiBiase - Ted was so good, he literally could of played any of the 4 roles.

Shawn Michaels - It would of been cool seeing Shawn turn on Marty and becoming the 4th Horseman in 1988.

The Rock - (out of time frame of course) Would of been the perfect guy to play the "Luger role", i.e. the guy who turns face and feuds with Flair.

Ray "The Crippler" Stevens - As Executive Officer Of Western States Heritage Opperations.


NO!

Terry Taylor - Midcarder at best.

Stan Lane - My daughter could kick Stan Lane's ass!

Greg Valentine - Would of been good pre 1987.

Eddie Gilbert - Too much baggage.

Michael Hayes - Better and more valuable to the Freebirds.

Rick Rude - Not a bad choice, but better as a single.

David Shultz - Dave doesn't fit in at all. Whoever said Shultz is an obvious dumbshit!






Are you drunk?
Please stop.



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Blazer wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: Nearly 4 pages in and nobody has mentioned the definitive #1 - 

Bobby F'N Heenan?! Bobby in the player/coach role.

Gino Hernandez - Would of fit in perfect, Flair could of turned him face in a big money program.

Curt Henning - Was never officially a Horseman, but should of been.

Ted DiBiase - Ted was so good, he literally could of played any of the 4 roles.

Shawn Michaels - It would of been cool seeing Shawn turn on Marty and becoming the 4th Horseman in 1988.

The Rock - (out of time frame of course) Would of been the perfect guy to play the "Luger role", i.e. the guy who turns face and feuds with Flair.

Ray "The Crippler" Stevens - As Executive Officer Of Western States Heritage Opperations.


NO!

Terry Taylor - Midcarder at best.

Stan Lane - My daughter could kick Stan Lane's ass!

Greg Valentine - Would of been good pre 1987.

Eddie Gilbert - Too much baggage.

Michael Hayes - Better and more valuable to the Freebirds.

Rick Rude - Not a bad choice, but better as a single.

David Shultz - Dave doesn't fit in at all. Whoever said Shultz is an obvious dumbshit!






Are you drunk?
Please stop.
Please explain?



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Papa Voo wrote: YeapShut up, dipshit. He wasn't talking to you.



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Heenan Fan wrote: Papa Voo wrote: YeapShut up, dipshit. He wasn't talking to you.

Come on comedian.
Bring some humor to the board. 
We will give you a little attention. 
Get up on the table and dance. We will applaud.  
We promise. 



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Yep. My only contributions to S & W is comedy. I never contribute to wrestling or sports?!


Vapor Poo obviously has a hard on for Heenan Fan ?!



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Gawd, you really do want to be recognized as the board comedian.  I was joking at first but now see that it is true. 


Well, who remembers this one:

Anybody notice that Papa Voo can make all these posts, despite the fact he hasn't been logged in all night? #S&W (Scumbag Liars & Worthless Trash)“

Now that was hilarious, because you let yourself be yourself.   Do you get drunk, bang on the keyboard and then seek out wrestling boards because you feel unwanted, or do you feel weak, hollow and lonely then swill a few beers and then hop on the net to become one of the guys on the wrestling internet boards?

I am just curious how this works with you?

Your contributions are just swell.

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