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Freebirds were the first heels I liked when wrestling the Von Pukes.



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Graham and Patera from the 70s WWWF - and I also thought Spiros Arion was entertainingly arrogant

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Hardboiled Haggerty, The Vachon Brothers, Dick Beyer as Dr. X and Blackjack Lanza. A bit later it was Nick Bockwinkle, Ray Stevens and Lars Anderson.



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Larry Hennig & Harley Race

Dick Beyer as The Destroyer and then Dr. X

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retroken wrote: Graham and Patera from the 70s WWWF - and I also thought Spiros Arion was entertainingly arrogant
Yes. And he seemingly NEVER LOST

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Crusher was the reason I got interested in wrestling.

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Even as a kid, I always rooted for all "the bad guys" since I always laughed at their antics... the good guys were boring.

I loved Blassie, Albano,Heenan, Gary Hart,Mr Fuji, and later Cornette and Paul E

For wrestlers, I always enjoyed Piper, The Freebirds,Jimmy Garvin, Gino Hernandez, Iron Shiek, Savage and Miss Elizabeth, Rick Rude, Mr Perfect, Jake the Snake

edit...My first memory of watching WWF when I was real little was at my uncle's house. I remember the Grand Wizard giving a promo and scaring the shiznit out of me, but I still thought that was the best part of the whole show.

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There seems to be some type of odd correlation between rooting for heels as a kid and continuing to follow the product and becoming a smark.  Almost all my friends rooted for Hulk Hogan and Ultimate Warrior and the guys they were supposed to root for, and none are fans anymore.  The few that liked the heels are the few that still follow the product and got online in the late '90s. 

I remember rooting for Curt Hennig to beat Hogan at MSG and some of the kids around me were getting so upset that they almost fought me over it.  It was still real to them.



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