I liked the Masked Superstar in Mid-Atlantic. The cerebral, calm, matter-of-fact manner he used in his interviews made it pop when he got emotional. I know he was also one of the Demolition guys but to me he is always Superstar.
Regarding an earlier question about heel wrestlers having emotional issues because they might internalize the crowd's "hatred," I do remember actor Kevin Spacey saying he had gotten very depressed filming "Glengarry Glen Ross" because he internalized all the verbal abuse his character absorbed in the movie.
Masked Superstar was also one of my early favorites. He had everything. Great build, great on the mic and could wrestle his tail off. Should have had a run as a world champ at some point. Never care for the Demolition tag-team, although great in ring they killed them with the cheesy facepaint and blatant ripoff of the Warriors, imo.