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15 hours ago, Jimbo_Tsuruta said:

On a side note I wish we'd got Lance Russell calling Raw for a bit. 

Which era of Raw would you want to see Lance do?

I was personally introduced to Lance when he did WCW Pro with the Freebirds...which I thought was pretty entertaining but it was thanks to the internet that I got to see the greatness of Lance in Memphis. It still irks me that in his finals years, Lawler or Michael Hayes didn't use their pull in WWE to get Lance into the HOF and have him celebrated properly.

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5 hours ago, Infinit said:

Which era of Raw would you want to see Lance do?

I was personally introduced to Lance when he did WCW Pro with the Freebirds...which I thought was pretty entertaining but it was thanks to the internet that I got to see the greatness of Lance in Memphis. It still irks me that in his finals years, Lawler or Michael Hayes didn't use their pull in WWE to get Lance into the HOF and have him celebrated properly.

Probably around Mankind getting in the title picture, but any would do tbh. 

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CHRIST I wish I coulda seen babyface Dick Murdoch and Babyface Stan Hansen whip this shut outta the Iron Sheik and Abdullah The Butcher in The Omni!

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Amidst all the Dusty Rhodes, Roddy Piper, Ole Anderson and Bob Armstron promos is a really fun Brad Armstrobg and Gino Hernandez match which has Piper putting over Gino as the next big thing!

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I wish this was in full, because what we get here looks great. Savage takes some real dumb bumps and, as always, wrestles like he was shot out of a cannon. 

 

 

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Apparently this was posted 10 months ago, but it just came to my attention now. Apologies if it's already been posted multiple times here, but I'm sure I'm not the only one who missed it:

19 of the greatest ROH matches, from 19 years of the promotion.

Over 9 hours of pro wrestling.

00:00 - 2002: Bryan Danielson vs Low Ki vs Christopher Daniels (Era of Honor Begins)
0:26:58 - 2003: Paul London vs AJ Styles (Night of Grudges)
0:55:40 - 2004: Samoa Joe vs CM Punk 3 (All Star Extravaganza 2)
1:29:35 - 2005: Joe vs Kobashi
1:57:15 - 2006: Bryan Danielson vs Nigel McGuinness (Unified)
2:29:19 - 2007: The Briscoes vs Steen/Generico (Man Up)
2:56:53 - 2008: Danielson vs Morishima (Final Battle)
3:17:34 - 2009: Danielson/Black vs Richards/Edwards (Tag Title Classic)
4:06:42 - 2010: Steen vs Generico (Final Battle)
4:43:23 - 2011: Strong vs Edwards (Manhattan Mayhem IV)
5:19:34 - 2012: Cole vs O'Reilly (Best in the World)
5:36:20 - 2013: Steen vs Jay Briscoe (Supercard of Honor VII)
6:03:30 - 2014: reDRagon vs Young Bucks (All Star Extravaganza VI)
6:28:49 - 2015: Lethal vs AJ (Final Battle)
6:57:19 - 2016: MCMG vs Young Bucks vs Addiction (All Star Extravaganza VIII)
7:31:23 - 2017: The Hardys vs The Young Bucks (Supercard of Honor)
8:09:12 - 2018: Briscoes vs Young Bucks (Best in the World 2018)
8:32:13 - 2019: GOD vs Briscoes (Manhattan Mayhem 2019)
8:55:35 - 2020: Gresham vs Williams, Pure Finals

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Thanks Gordlow, I was working my way through that a while ago and forgot about it until now. Kobashi not expecting the American crowd to know him and then getting that insane reaction in the Joe match would bring tears to a glass eye. 

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Anyone have Saint/Best v Kaye/Gilmour – 12/2/72 from WoS? I checked ITV wrestling and the video of that match has been taken off Youtube.

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Jim Breaks vs Adrian Street, in both of their primes.

 

 

Jim Breaks vs a young Dynamite Kid. I don't think I ever realised how short Breaks was, he's significantly shorter than Dynamite here. Maybe 5'3 or so. 

 

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2 notable wrestler/actors meet on World of Sport in 1988 as Pat "Bomber" Roach meets "The Mighty Yankee" Sky High Walker aka Tyler Mane aka Nitron/Big Sky from WCW, (who played Sabretooth in the X-Men, and Michael Myers in the 2000s Halloween films).

 

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