|View single post by WongLee|
|Posted: Wed Sep 25th, 2019 02:44 am||
Going to assume that you didn’t vote for Tully and Arn based on their lack of longevity as a team. Normally I would agree with this, but at a time when the business was handled differently, they held both the NWA and WWF World Tag Team Championship within I believe a 12 month period, possibly even less time (they left the NWA one night after dropping the straps, then won the WWF straps at Summerslam).
I have zero fault with who you voted for, just adding my two cents because you asked.I didn't go with Tully and Arn because even though they held the NWA tag belts twice, it wasn't that important a title around then. As far as their WWF run, they only held the straps for a mere 2 months and only made one Wrestlemania apperance.
Enrique Torres was a very big star when wrestling was first introduced to television. He held a version of the world title for about a year. He headlined extensively in California, Texas, San Franciso, and Georgia among others. He even headlined with his brother in pre-Castro Cuba.
Bearcat Wright also held the California version of the world title and was a major headliner on the East Coast also. He would go seamlessly between heel or face depending on the territory. He was second only to Bobo as far as black stars.
Trish definitely belongs in my book because she really put ladies wrestling on the map for the 21st Century. A modern day pioneer.
Randy Orton is another guy who works seamlessly between heel and face even though he's a natural heel. His placement on the card as well as the quality of his matches has been very consistent for at least ten years.
Last edited on Wed Sep 25th, 2019 02:44 am by WongLee
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