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what already established star did you legitimely not figure out was wrestling under a mask




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I honestly had no idea that Black Blood was Billy Jack Haynes until years later when I got on the Internet.



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I didn't know Killer Kowalski was one of the Executioners until
KK the Executioner was interviewed. Dead give away.

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I had no idea that JYD was Stagger Lee and Dusty Rhodes was the Midnight Rider.  I know Ted Dibussie and Kevin Sullivan were always saying it, but I didn't believe those guys. They were liars and cheats. 

 

In truth, I do remember kids on the playground arguing whether JYD was Stagger Lee or if it was really a bully he grew up with who owed him a favor and busted out of jail to avenge him.

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Would have never guessed The Masked Superstar was one of the Mongols.

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I got to know too many early smart marks like Ken Jugan and was always told who everyone was.  I guess I didn't know who the Executioner (Donn Lewin was)



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srossi wrote: I honestly had no idea that Black Blood was Billy Jack Haynes until years later when I got on the Internet.

This ^^



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Had no idea that Giant Machine was Andre The Giant. It wasn't until years later that I found out. I always had a sneaky suspicion it was Shohei Baba due to the strong resemblance that him and Giant Machine had in regards to their arm size. I guess Bobby Heenan was right after all.

As for the other two Machines, Super and Big, it bugged me that I couldn't place them right away. I knew they were real familiar(the tattoo and voice), but couldn't figure it out in time before Pro Wrestling Illustrated let the cat out of the bag in the next issue after they debuted that it was Mulligan and Eadie. Same deal with Ax of Demolition. It was on the tip of my tongue, but didn't figure it out in time before PWI gave him up.

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lobo316 wrote: I didn't know Killer Kowalski was one of the Executioners until
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this one got me

for some reason i didnt realize studd was one of them either



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martini wrote: lobo316 wrote: I didn't know Killer Kowalski was one of the Executioners until
KK the Executioner was interviewed. Dead give away.

this one got me

for some reason i didnt realize studd was one of them either

Speaking of Big John Studd, where(territory) and when(month/year) did John Minton/Chuck O'Connor begin using the name of Big John Studd?
Also I saw some screencaps of the WWF tapings of 'Wrestling At The Chase' over at KM the other day and in the ones with Studd there was a blond haired manager type in a suit that was with Studd when he came to the ring. Who was that?
It didn't really look like Bobby Heenan, but I suppose it could have been.

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carpetbeggar wrote:

As for the other two Machines, Super and Big, it bugged me that I couldn't place them right away. I knew they were real familiar(the tattoo and voice), but couldn't figure it out in time before Pro Wrestling Illustrated let the cat out of the bag in the next issue after they debuted that it was Mulligan and Eadie. Same deal with Ax of Demolition. It was on the tip of my tongue, but didn't figure it out in time before PWI gave him up.


I was around too many smarks and read sheets too early on, but Super Machine and Big Machine were mysteries to me.  That was two I wondered about for a while. And Superstar had been in Mid-South a few months earlier.  Seems like I knew Mulligan but not Superstar at one point.

I just found out that the second Masked Superstar in Mid-South was Kelly kiniski a couple of years ago.  Dusty Wolfe swore it was Scott Irwin , but I knew it wasn't. Couldn't argue with him though, despite the fact that there was ample evidence against it being Irwin.

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srossi wrote: I honestly had no idea that Black Blood was Billy Jack Haynes until years later when I got on the Internet.

This



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carpetbeggar wrote

Speaking of Big John Studd, where(territory) and when(month/year) did John Minton/Chuck O'Connor begin using the name of Big John Studd?
Also I saw some screencaps of the WWF tapings of 'Wrestling At The Chase' over at KM the other day and in the ones with Studd there was a blond haired manager type in a suit that was with Studd when he came to the ring. Who was that?
It didn't really look like Bobby Heenan, but I suppose it could have been.

Wasn't Heenan. Mangon Maganoff

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