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Happ Hazzard

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  1. Yes, Eadie is the only guy on there twice with different gimmicks. Don't think Dusty and Nikita ever teamed against the Road Warriors. Smash would have better placed on the left as I'm not sure Kruschev and Nikita ever teamed against the Warriors. Although I think the WWF always had Ax on the left and Smash on the right during promos, probably so the fans remembered who was who. They were always "Ax and Smash", never "Smash and Ax".
  2. Some very clever placement of guys on this. IRS placed just above his Varsity Club teammates Williams and Sullivan and Rick Steiner just below. Fabulous One Stan Lane next to Beautiful Bobby Eaton.
  3. It's weird that Dave says that but has never been to Arena Mexico.
  4. Anybody know if the "Cover 2 Cover" podcast with Kris Zellner and Rob Naylor is coming back? They haven't done a new episode in several months.
  5. I can't see there's a better case for them to go in as a trio since (in theory, anyway) voters can only take into account the brief run they had together in JCP from early 87 to September '88. You can't take the Brain Busters' WWF run into account since JJ wasn't managing them, and obviously you can't take any of Tully and Arn's singles careers, their tag teams with other partners, or any of JJ's decades long career as both a wrestler and a manager of other guys. They should all go back on the ballot as singles. Enough of their contemporaries have gone in now that it's freed up votes to get them in.
  6. Arn and Tully with JJ being on the ballot makes no sense at all. They should all be on the ballot as singles.
  7. Jericho's original WWF theme is very similar to Razor Ramon's, and may actually be based on it. Similarly, Big Show's original theme strongly resembles the Diesel theme.
  8. Deanna Booher aka Matilda the Hun from GLOW passed away at 73. I've seen her in a few movies but never realised she played the bearded lady in Spaceballs until now. RIP.
  9. Two Michigan legends in 1995. Dan Severn has the NWA World Heavyweight Championship and the UFC V Tournament belt. Sabu has the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight title, does anyone know what the other belt is?
  10. Has anyone read Chavo Guerrero Sr's book? I've only just heard about it. It's 488 pages long.
  11. Pretty ridiculous to be running a split crew at that point, although looking at the other card from that night it wouldn't have been that much better if they'd been running a single crew, with neither Bret or Shawn working. WWF @ London, Ontario - London Gardens - November 26, 1994 Duke Droese defeated the Brooklyn Brawler Bob Holly fought the 1-2-3 Kid to a draw The Smoking Gunns defeated the Heavenly Bodies WWF Women's Champion Bull Nakano defeated Alundra Blayze Jim Neidhart defeated Doink the Clown Owen Hart defeated Adam Bomb Lex Luger defeated Tatanka
  12. Terry Gibbs on the left, correct? Who is that in between Davey and Hulk?
  13. Fury is definitely worth a bet at 50-1.
  14. Some classic World of Sport era stuff: Yes, the last picture is of a young "Big" Jim Harris aka Kamala.
  15. Kal Rudman's widow Lucille passed away 2 days after him. RIP.
  16. Some notable pictures from George Tahinos' "the Big Event" in New York yesterday. Bully Ray with "Prime Time" Brian Lee, who I haven't seen do anything wrestling related for about two decades. Two 80s legends: Hollywood from GLOW and Black Bart The Yukon Lumberjacks Reunite: John Nord and Scott Norton A rare Hogan appearance at one of these memorabilia conventions. Randy Hogan, that is. Sam Houston, looking like a West Texas Redneck, and looking quite well all things considered. Many other picture from the event can be found here.
  17. There's a lot about the Hall of Fame that doesn't make sense and the whole situation with tag teams is one of them. Dave's only recently started to say that guys can get in twice through being in a tag team and a singles, or through being in two tag teams, and there's plenty of tag teams made up of two HOF guys that realistically should have gone in in the inaugural class but didn't - Ray Stevens should be in thrice over between his singles career, team with Patterson and team with Bockwinkel. Stan Lane should also be in twice for being in the Fabs and the Midnights. I don't think Tully and Arn as a team are HOF worthy just because of how briefly they teamed but they are both HOF worthy in their own right.
  18. Ironically, none of the November to Remember PPVs were very memorable.
  19. Everyone should watch Robbie Brookside Video Diaries. It was a real revelation to have a semi-insider wrestling documentary being shown on primetime BBC2 in 1994.
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