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  1. It's either Hogan or Eric Bischoff when he's defending Hulk Hogan.
  2. 83 weeks has improved greatly due to Eric actually taking notes and doing research. His first few shows were full of I don't recalls and mistruths that were on the fly. Like the fact that Bret Hart's book was ghost written... which it was not. He still bitches about Meltzer way too much but I enjoy it. Ultimately Bruce is nearing the end because they're going to run out of material. Jim Ross has been great so far because he has a great memory and doesn't tell the story from just one side.
  3. Honestly, the most interesting story with the Von Erichs has always been Kevin. Sole survivor living in Hawaii with the love of his life and still giving his sons the blessing to be wrestlers even after all he's been through. It's the least expected story of all time.
  4. I genuinely think that Torrie Wilson is challenging Koko B. Ware and the Godfather for worst inductee ever.
  5. At this point they haven't named their deceased candidate... so it could be Jim Neidhart. But it could be Vader or Bam Bam Bigelow as well. I'm more interested in seeing if they do a Heritage Class this year. My candidates would be Sam Muchnick, Paul Boesch, Dick the Bruiser, Don Leo Jonathan, El Solitario, Jumbo Tsuruta, Jack Claybourne and Vivian Vachon.
  6. It's a great day to be a Broncos fan... Champ was a no brainer and Mr. Bowlen has been one of the best owner in sports since he bought the team. For a team that's gone to 8 Super Bowls there has been a lack of representation that's almost criminal.
  7. 2002 remains as one of my favorite Rumbles because the bulk of it was Austin, Angle, Hennig and Triple H just beating the piss out of each other.
  8. Other than the repetitiveness of New England... what's the worst case scenario possible? Minnesota? Pittsburgh? Cincinnati?
  9. No, old Olbermann joke... but add Goldberg and it's the wrestling equivalent of the Shady Pines nursing home...
  10. So the average age of the first four signees to AEW is 206...
  11. Okay, so... where are they going to get talent? Jericho is good for them... but most people wouldn't be able to pick the Bucks and Omega out of a police line up. So Joey Janela and Joey Ryan? I'm honestly confused because the WWE has a huge amount of talent under wraps and every one else has signed a multi-year deal some where else. Where are the horses coming from?
  12. My thought is that one of the biggest stars of all time is pretty much obscured but Paul Roma and Bagwell are plain as day.
  13. I'd imagine that the tier refers to classic WWF announcers because historically and ability wise it doesn't make sense.
  14. In my mind the best way to put Gene Okerlund in perspective is this. We have constant discussions about who the best play-by-play guy is whether it's Jim Ross, Gordon Solie, Lance Russell, Joey Styles or a motivated Tony Schiavone. You have discussions about the best color commentator is: Heenan, Ventura, Dave Brown or Heyman. There is no argument about who the best interviewer in the history of professional wrestling is. Gene Okerlund. RIP to the best.
  15. I'm so happy that Vance Joseph is gone. But the blame isn't his alone... John Elway should get some more than he does for not drafting particularly well until the last draft.
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