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I'll cast a nomination for Sting.

How many times did he try to trust Ric Flair, but get burned??

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Dusty Rhodes.

The man could not keep a friend,they all turned on him in the end.

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Hulk Hogan


Anytime he was fueding with someone who had bobby heenan as a manager he was always attacked from behind by someone else

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Pick a ref...  Any ref.  Stupid and blind.

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Gilberto Roman could never see those foreign objects of Baron Scicluna's or The Hussein Arab's when the rest of the arena could. He gets my vote.:D

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Andre the Giant.

A man of his size should have been world champion for 20 years.  Instead he got 20 seconds.

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How about my old favorite Chief Jay Strongbow?

Betrayed by many friends.

Had to eat his headdress twice. He should have quit wearing it after the first incident.

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Any Pro Wrestler who had a son who he trained. 

Those bratty kids always turn on daddy at some point

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mike3775 wrote:
Any Pro Wrestler who had a son who he trained. 

Those bratty kids always turn on daddy at some point


Gagne? Von Erich? Armstrong? Graham? Rhodes (though I guess he might have out of the kayfabe era and I missed it)? Valentine? Orton, Jr? Gulas? Gilbert (they never "turned on Tommy," AIR, but Eddie did "emabarrass" him during the UWF era). The Mempho guys were always turning, as were the Golden/Fuller crew, so I know there's much treachery there, but unless I'm missing things, the sons usually stayed loyal to Dad, AIR.

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Ric Flair

How many times you going to try that move off the top rope before being caught each time ? It must be a great move since he keeps trying it. Ain't see him land it yet

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Infamous wrote: Ric Flair

How many times you going to try that move off the top rope before being caught each time ? It must be a great move since he keeps trying it. Ain't see him land it yet

He beat Harley Race for his 2nd NWA title at Starrcade with that move.  Actually hit it all the time as a babyface.  What he needed to do was realize that karma is a bitch and he'll only hit that move when he's being nice to people.

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Infamous wrote: Ric Flair

How many times you going to try that move off the top rope before being caught each time ? It must be a great move since he keeps trying it. Ain't see him land it yet


Only when he is a Face he hits it...

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BayouBoogie wrote: mike3775 wrote:
Any Pro Wrestler who had a son who he trained. 

Those bratty kids always turn on daddy at some point


Gagne? Von Erich? Armstrong? Graham? Rhodes (though I guess he might have out of the kayfabe era and I missed it)? Valentine? Orton, Jr? Gulas? Gilbert (they never "turned on Tommy," AIR, but Eddie did "emabarrass" him during the UWF era). The Mempho guys were always turning, as were the Golden/Fuller crew, so I know there's much treachery there, but unless I'm missing things, the sons usually stayed loyal to Dad, AIR.
When did Dusty and Dustin work tag teams together?  I can't remember if they did or not.

Never really got into AWA so I admit I didnt know about the Gagne's and the Von Erichs, if they had all managed to survive longer, I am sure they eventually would have fueded with dad when their act got

I will clarify though, I actually was referring more to USWA

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mike3775 wrote: BayouBoogie wrote: mike3775 wrote:
Any Pro Wrestler who had a son who he trained. 

Those bratty kids always turn on daddy at some point


Gagne? Von Erich? Armstrong? Graham? Rhodes (though I guess he might have out of the kayfabe era and I missed it)? Valentine? Orton, Jr? Gulas? Gilbert (they never "turned on Tommy," AIR, but Eddie did "emabarrass" him during the UWF era). The Mempho guys were always turning, as were the Golden/Fuller crew, so I know there's much treachery there, but unless I'm missing things, the sons usually stayed loyal to Dad, AIR.
When did Dusty and Dustin work tag teams together?  I can't remember if they did or not.


They feuded with Col. Parker's stable and even did a tour of Japan together in the early '90s.  I think they reunited less than 10 years ago in Zero-One after even Dustin was past his prime.

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They even tagged in the WWF.  Feuding with DiBiase & Virgil.

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Jerry Lawler.

He'd always mend fences with his rivals and do a superbabyface team with them, only to have them turn on him.

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mike3775 wrote: BayouBoogie wrote: mike3775 wrote:
Any Pro Wrestler who had a son who he trained. 

Those bratty kids always turn on daddy at some point


Gagne? Von Erich? Armstrong? Graham? Rhodes (though I guess he might have out of the kayfabe era and I missed it)? Valentine? Orton, Jr? Gulas? Gilbert (they never "turned on Tommy," AIR, but Eddie did "emabarrass" him during the UWF era). The Mempho guys were always turning, as were the Golden/Fuller crew, so I know there's much treachery there, but unless I'm missing things, the sons usually stayed loyal to Dad, AIR.
When did Dusty and Dustin work tag teams together?  I can't remember if they did or not.

Never really got into AWA so I admit I didnt know about the Gagne's and the Von Erichs, if they had all managed to survive longer, I am sure they eventually would have fueded with dad when their act got

I will clarify though, I actually was referring more to USWA

Did Dusty and Dustin do some tag matches in WWF against Virgil and Dibiase?

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That they did (Dusty / Dustin teaming).  Dustin played the 'bright eyed' rookie during this stretch if I remember correctly.

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Dusty and Dustin jobbed to DiBiase and Virgil on their way out at the 1991 Royal Rumble.

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Hello?  Is this thing on?

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Mighty Igor - just ask Bulldog Brower (well you can't but...)

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Rufus R. Jones, for offering Ernie Ladd $1,000 to "get in the ring" with him. Which the Big Cat, by God, did.


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Hacksaw Jim Duggan, because the object of wrestling is to win championships not defend America. He took on all foreign challengers, be they russian,french,french-canadian, iranian,japanese, or faux japanese/american samoan. Rarely challenged for titles despite dominating these foreign foes rather handily.

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How about Bobby "The Brain" Heenan? He manages Andre in another desperate attempt to manage a World Champion, only to lose and sell the contract to Ted DiBiase, who helps him win the title on the rematch.

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Classic Camp wrote: How about Bobby "The Brain" Heenan? He manages Andre in another desperate attempt to manage a World Champion, only to lose and sell the contract to Ted DiBiase, who helps him win the title on the rematch.
Ah, but he bought BACK the contract for a smaller sum than what he paid for it. The Brain outfoxed a man who had amassed a fortune.

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Also, you're pretty stupid to think that the "bad guy" won't drop the weights on your  head when he challenges you to a weight lifting contest.

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This may span eras, but did Ric Flair EVER actually hit a move off the top rope?

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Rick Steiner was retarded for a while.

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Kriss wrote:
Rick Steiner was retarded for a while.

George Steele regressed to the mental level of a 3 year old cave man.

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gwlee7 wrote:
Also, you're pretty stupid to think that the "bad guy" won't drop the weights on your  head when he challenges you to a weight lifting contest.

Yeah, better watch your butt if he challenges you to an arm wrestling match or "bodyslam challenge" as well.

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PeteF3 wrote:
Classic Camp wrote: How about Bobby "The Brain" Heenan? He manages Andre in another desperate attempt to manage a World Champion, only to lose and sell the contract to Ted DiBiase, who helps him win the title on the rematch.
Ah, but he bought BACK the contract for a smaller sum than what he paid for it. The Brain outfoxed a man who had amassed a fortune.


Ha! Fair enough. He came away with a buttload of cash, but no titles.

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Vince McMahon for always yelling '1-2-...NEW CHAMPION...no. He didn't get 'em.' I also pick The Ultimate Warrior for 1) Getting conned into the posedown with Rick Rude, who brought a weapon with him 2) Getting locked in the casket 3) Trusting a snake and 4) Getting a voodoo curse put on him.

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Kamala, who kept trying to pin guys lying on their bellies.

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Magnum TA for thinking a Porsche could corner well in the rain.




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