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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2007 12:02 am
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Who did you feel gave the best and most entertaining interviews?

My picks

1970s ~ Superstar Billy Graham

1980s ~ Ric Flair

1990s ~ The Rock

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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2007 02:01 am
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Mad Dog Vachon, Bobby Heenan, and Nick Bockwinkel were always great.



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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2007 03:06 am
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khawk wrote: Mad Dog Vachon, Bobby Heenan, and Nick Bockwinkel were always great.
As an AWA guy, it's hard to argue with those three but I will anyway.

70s Bockwinkel- agree with Kevin there.

80s Flair

90s The Rock- Agree with Beej.

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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2007 03:12 am
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70's=Ken Patera was a great interview. 

80's=Ric Flair and Roddy Piper

90's-The Rock

Modern-Shawn Michaels

 

But my all-time favorite is probably The Masked Superstar

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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2007 03:28 am
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Roddy Piper...I think I liked him the best because he's the closest to my personality. Sometimes I feel like I'm Piper when I'm teaching.

Austin Idol...I thought his jive rap was better than Dusty Rhodes, Superstar Graham, or Hulk Hogan.

Jerry Lawler...I thought he was pretty amazing at taking the craziness going on around Memphis and making it seem somewhat plausible.

Nick Bockwinkel...he was awesome as the cerebal heel with the huge vocabulary. His interview in Memphis explaining the angle where Jerry Lawler was going to pay $1000 a punch is my favorite interview of all time.

The Assassin...Jody Hamilton had the most believably menacing tone of voice I've ever heard.

Paul E Dangerously...when he was on, he could deliver. He had a promo in ECW 94ish putting over a Chris Benoit-Sabu match that was second only to the Bockwinkel promo for me. When he was focused, he could give a great promo. Not consistent though.

Michael Hayes...in his prime, he was very good. He had that wild-eyed Southern badass way about him and could make the words flow from his mouth pretty well.

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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2007 08:56 am
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Got to throw Jake Roberts into this thread



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 Posted: Wed Oct 24th, 2007 02:45 am
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Very hit or miss, but Florida Kevin Sullivan told great stories.

Jesse Ventura

Did anyone mention Mick Foley?



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1960's Buddy Rogers
1970's Nick Bockwinkel
1980's Nick Bockwinkel/Jake Roberts (tie)
1990's Booker T - for no reason at all other than inadvertently calling Hulk Hogan the N word on TV
2000's/current John Cena

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Terry Funk (yes, I'm biased, but I'm also right) and Mick Foley

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Dusty Rhodes.

Superstar Billy Graham.

Ric Flair.

Curt Hennig.

The Rock.

Ravishing Rick Rude.

Kid Kash.

Jake "The Snake" Roberts

Bobby Heenan

Nick Bockwinkel

Tully Blanchard

Arn Anderson

Michael Hayes

"Rowdy" Roddy Piper

Mad Dog Vachon



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JaseSF wrote: Kid Kash.

Not sure I would have this guy on any list with Jake, Flair, Etc.



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 Posted: Fri Oct 26th, 2007 11:07 pm
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The guy is great when given the chance to stir up heat. He's rarely been given that chance on any large scale. JMO.



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 Posted: Fri Oct 26th, 2007 11:55 pm
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Dusty Rhodes

Roddy Piper

Randy Savage (If you can fighure out what the fuck he's talking about)

Bockwinkle

Heenan

Jim Cornette

Ric Flair

Tully Blanchard

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 Ones that I thought gave the best are

 The Crusher, Superstar Billy Graham, Roddy Piper and Raven.

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Crusher, Bobby Heenan and Nick Bockwinkle were the best I ever heard, for very different reasons.



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