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 Posted: Sun Oct 28th, 2007 02:20 am
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When watching some old Mid South tapes provided to me by Hack, I realized how much I enjoyed watching Kamala and King Kong Bundy. Kamala wowed me just by slapping his belly. I loved Bundy's five count. So name some wrestlers that just flat out entertained you by the way they acted in the ring or by the way they looked.



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 Posted: Sun Oct 28th, 2007 02:42 am
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Adrian Street's character was hilarious, especially the way redneck fans reacted to him.



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 Posted: Sun Oct 28th, 2007 02:51 am
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New Jack could be hilarious, intentionally or intentionally, both on and off camera, and speaking of rednecks reacting, they sure did react to him in SMW.

Juventud Guerrera doing commentary in WCW.

Santino Marella these days.

Beetlejuice (Art Barr) in WCW was entertaining in a Wrestlecrap way.




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Akeem the African Dream always entertained me. Kamala and King Kong Bundy too. In Stampede, The Cuban Commandos I found very entertaining because of their crafty cheating tactics. Makhan Singh was a great talker in Stampede too and I loved to see him wrestle too. Surprisingly entertaining and effective. His tag team with Vulkan Singh (Gary Albright) and their matches with the British Bulldogs were highly entertaining for me.



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The Bezerker.

That Bruiser Brody parody just entertained me for some reason.

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New Breed  Not them so much, but their claim that they were from the future.



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Gotta go with "Repo-man" on this one.

"What's mine is mine, and what's yours is mine"

Tell me that wasn't brilliant.

 

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Rico & Disco Inferno. They always cracked me up.

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Max Moon.



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 Posted: Mon Oct 29th, 2007 09:36 pm
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I got a kick out of the Mountie and the Quebecers and especially the Fabulous Rougeau Brothers.



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Papa Shango as the vomit inducing voodoo priest was always worth a chuckle to me.



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thunderbolt wrote: Papa Shango as the vomit inducing voodoo priest was always worth a chuckle to me.


Funny enough, at the time that angle embarassed me enough that I quit watching wrestling for about four years.

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This depends on the era.  The 1970's versipn of Superstar Billy Grahm and Chief Jay Strongbow were entertaining when I was a kid.  Looking back, Strongbow probably was not that good of a worker but what did I know?  Come to think of it, I don't know much now.

 

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People would say that Strongbow was not a good worker but I disagree.

Nobody could eat a "sacred indian head-dress" better than Strongbow.

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You and I must be the same age and from the same region because the 2 injuries you mentioned on the other thread are exactly the ones I would have typed.

I also like Blue Meanie with ECW.

 

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