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Heenan Fan wrote: 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 ?!


Uh-oh another person who speaks in third-person.  So far, you are not nearly as humorous oldskoolnwafan.  Give it another try. 



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Nick Bockwinkel would have made a great Horseman with his cool,cocky demeanor low-key but believable promos and in-ring work. And he looked great in a suit.

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BItterOldMan wrote: Nick Bockwinkel would have made a great Horseman with his cool,cocky demeanor low-key but believable promos and in-ring work. And he looked great in a suit.Agreed, but he was long in the tooth at the time.



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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.

Um, yeah, not sure what happened last night but I'm just glad I didn't come into work this morning to find dog porn this time. As far as S&W meltdowns go, they just don't make 'em like they used to in the good old days though.

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srossi wrote: 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.

Um, yeah, not sure what happened last night but I'm just glad I didn't come into work this morning to find dog porn this time. As far as S&W meltdowns go, they just don't make 'em like they used to in the good old days though.


Yesssss! 



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Papa Voo wrote: srossi wrote: 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.

Um, yeah, not sure what happened last night but I'm just glad I didn't come into work this morning to find dog porn this time. As far as S&W meltdowns go, they just don't make 'em like they used to in the good old days though.


Yesssss! 


This is a pretty shitty vortex too 😐



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Superstar wrote: tamalie wrote: I don't see Don Muraco as a Horseman at all.He’s the “hired muscle”, like a Luger or Sid type.  And he had a history in Georgia.  And he could talk.  
My thoughts exactly.  With his natural arrogance he fits the Horseman mold much better than Luger.  Great interviews and a ruthlessness that would have fit hand in glove with the others.  Going from the slovenly Albano to the suave Dillon would have been jarring but I think he makes it work.



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By 1985, Don Muraco had a slob beach bum gimmick going in the WWF and was quite overweight compared to his prime just a few years beforehand. He also often came off like a clown by eating donuts during interviews and so on. We remember that with Albano in 1983 before the expansion, but he did it a bit in 1985 and 1986. Once he got jacked to the gills in the back half of 1987 and into 1988, he had the midcard for life tag on him and it's hard for me to see how he wouldn't have looked like a huge step down for the Horsemen had he taken the spot Luger vacated. That his mainstream career pretty much ended once he left the WWF in the fall of 1988 seems to validate this.

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Hacksaw Butch Reed as the 4th man with Flair, Arn, and Tully would have been great, IMHO.



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Giant Baba, all 7 feet in nice threads and smoking a cigar like the company boss he was, brought in to be a towering presence on promos and interfere in matches with his huge hands chopping or clawing a rival. Meanwhile his limited runs as a Japanese associate hides his scouting of talent to come over for future All Japan tours.

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Giant baba is in only if he has a cigar in his mouth on tv.
Flair Arn Tully Muraco 
With baba and Dillon; book it 

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Heenan Fan wrote: BItterOldMan wrote: Nick Bockwinkel would have made a great Horseman with his cool,cocky demeanor low-key but believable promos and in-ring work. And he looked great in a suit.Agreed, but he was long in the tooth at the time.
Bock in JJ's role would have worked very well, not that JJ wasn't great in that spot, but if they start the group with Bock in that spot, he is also a perfect fit.



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