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« on: February 23, 2012, 11:53:26 AM »

I am corny but like coming here

Ok so you can build your own fed

5 guys from 80/s, 5 from 90's and 5 from 2000-now = 15

6 tag teams - any era

Who is your Champ? US Champ and Tag Champ?
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« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2012, 12:53:52 PM »

Champ Rock
US Champ - Muraco
Tag Champs - Brain Busters

80's - Nikita, Muraco, Flair, Piper, Kevin Sullivan

90's - Taker, Warrior, Rude, Jake Roberts, Savage

2000-pres Rock, Benoit, Daniel Bryan, Cody Rhodes, Sheamus

Tag Teams - Brain Busters, Johnson/Atlas, LOD, Natural Disasters, Money Inc
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« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2012, 07:30:34 AM »

Champ - Bret Hart

US Champ - Curt Hennig

Tag Champs - Demolition


80's - Steamboat, Hogan, Valentine, Savage, Flair

90's - Hennig, B. Hart, Sting, Rude, Goldberg

2000 onwards - Rock, Angle, Austin, Lesnar, Orton

Tag Teams - LOD, Rockers, Strikeforce, Harlem Heat, Power & Glory, Demolition

I have listed the wrestlers from cross over decades in the era i feel they were at their best.
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« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2012, 09:06:07 AM »

Fun thread.

Champ-Randy Savage
US Champ-Arn Anderson
Tag Team-Rock N Roll Express

80's- Hulk Hogan, Arn Anderson, Randy Savage, Ric Flair, Barry Windham
90's- Bret Hart, Steve Austin, Mr. Perfect, Jushin "Thunder" Liger, Shawn Michaels
00's- Rock, Cena, Angle, Jericho, Triple H

Tag Teams- Rock N Roll Express, British Bulldogs, Road Warriors, Quebecers, Twin Towers, Edge and Christian
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« Reply #4 on: February 25, 2012, 10:12:02 AM »

Champ - Curt Hennig
US Champ - Kurt Angle
Tag Team - British Bulldogs

80's- Nikita, Savage, Flair, Piper, Andre
90's- Bret, Hennig, Austin, Benoit, Sabu
00's- Rock, Angle, Jericho, Hunter, Eddie Guerrerro

Tag Teams - Bulldogs, Road Warriors, Demolition, Bundy & Studd, Tiger Mask & Cobra (I)

Announcers - Solie, Monsoon, Jesse, Heenan, Joey Styles

Managers - Heenan, Blassie, Liz (for Macho), Rick Rude, Sherri Martel

Co-promoters - Don Owens and Jim Crockett

Bookers - George Scott, Heenan, Pat Patterson, Heyman

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« Reply #5 on: February 25, 2012, 10:14:51 AM »

I also wanted to throw Magnum TA, Undertaker, Jake Roberts, Don Muraco, and Terry Funk, somewhere in there, but I reached my limit.
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« Reply #6 on: February 25, 2012, 10:18:50 AM »

Nice, I like seeing things like this..

Valentine, Barry Windham, Strike Force

And of course I set the bar ______ and Monty takes it -------- here

Monty - I know you are a huge Henig Fan....Why was he never given the Belt? I know people like Piper and Snake didnt need one to elevate them but Curt??
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« Reply #7 on: February 25, 2012, 02:02:31 PM »

And of course I set the bar ______ and Monty takes it -------- here

Tha's because I'm a bigger nerd.


Monty - I know you are a huge Henig Fan....Why was he never given the Belt? I know people like Piper and Snake didnt need one to elevate them but Curt??


I donít know for certain; I can only speculate.

Curt had a ton of momentum by Ď89/í90, helping restore to the I-C belt a lot of the prestige it had lost over the course of the Mountie and Honky Tonk reigns. He also worked in some main event programs with top-card guys like Hogan, Savage, Flair, etc. The AWA put the big belt on him for over a year.
Finally, The Life & Times of Mr. Perfect disc set made #1 on the Billboard Recreational Sports DVD sales list itĎs first week, and it was released more than five years following Curtís passing.

Iíd love to know what Vince had in mind for Hennig had he stuck around past 1996. The fact that Vince kept Curt on the roster even when he was unable to perform in the ring suggests to me that Hennig was valuable to the WWF. Maybe when the Lloyds of London policy ceased for whatever reason, Curt was attracted to the big-money lure of WCW.
Itís no surprise they didnít know how to best utilize him.

By the time Curt returned to WWF in 2002, he was still hot enough to get a full-time contract following his Royal Rumble appearance, but I think his time had passed.
After the scrape with Brock on the plane, Brock was never touched, while Hennig was fired. I think itís a safe bet who they had bigger plans for.
 
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« Reply #8 on: February 25, 2012, 06:32:27 PM »

After he completed the angle against KVE i thought for sure he was being primed for a shot at the big belt. When he dropped his IC title to Bret that was the end of one of the greatest performers from any era, he had absolutely every attribute required and was better in every department than just about anyone. 257lbs and could move like a 180lber, he had the mic skills to bury anyone and his image was probably amongst the best ive ever seen. Nobody ever looked better wearing a strap that he did wearing the IC belt.
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« Reply #9 on: February 25, 2012, 06:57:14 PM »

After he completed the angle against KVE i thought for sure he was being primed for a shot at the big belt. When he dropped his IC title to Bret that was the end of one of the greatest performers from any era, he had absolutely every attribute required and was better in every department than just about anyone. 257lbs and could move like a 180lber, he had the mic skills to bury anyone and his image was probably amongst the best ive ever seen. Nobody ever looked better wearing a strap that he did wearing the IC belt.


I agree on every point.
That's why he'll always be my all-time favorite.
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« Reply #10 on: February 25, 2012, 09:22:31 PM »

I remember his announcement at WMX as special guest ref perfectly, as if in slow motion. When i heard "misterrrrrrrrrrr........ .." i managed to run through a variety of possibilities in that split second without once coming up with him. Totally blew me away, i completely marked out (as kids do!) and so stood a moment in time that will forever be with me.
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« Reply #11 on: February 26, 2012, 05:52:57 AM »

I think I enjoyed Hennig more than any other worker, at any time, in wrestling.
He was definitely my favorite in terms of the big picture: ring work, mic skills, look; just overall character.

Some guys are given a gimmick/name, and that gimmick gives them their identity.
Curt was given the name Mr. Perfect, but HE gave the gimmick an identity.

Curt Hennig was a lot bigger than any moniker or gimmicky nickname they could give him, primarily because he had so much substance.
He was bigger than the gimmick.
The mannerisms, attitude, and ring performances would have all been the same if Curtís ring name was Donald Duck!

He simply wore that singlet and didnít need bodyguards, fancy robes, kilts, and bandanas. And, he got so much mileage out of that towel and gum swat; proof that ordinary things can be made to seem EXTRAORDINARY when done by the right person.

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« Reply #12 on: February 26, 2012, 06:16:20 AM »

I think I enjoyed Hennig more than any other worker, at any time, in wrestling.
He was definitely my favorite in terms of the big picture: ring work, mic skills, look; just overall character.

Some guys are given a gimmick/name, and that gimmick gives them their identity.
Curt was given the name Mr. Perfect, but HE gave the gimmick an identity.

Curt Hennig was a lot bigger than any moniker or gimmicky nickname they could give him, primarily because he had so much substance.
He was bigger than the gimmick.
The mannerisms, attitude, and ring performances would have all been the same if Curtís ring name was Donald Duck!

He simply wore that singlet and didnít need bodyguards, fancy robes, kilts, and bandanas. And, he got so much mileage out of that towel and gum swat; proof that ordinary things can be made to seem EXTRAORDINARY when done by the right person.



So what your saying is Curt was a scrub? Grin
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« Reply #13 on: February 26, 2012, 03:02:30 PM »

Champ Flair
US Champ - Austin
Tag Champs - LOD

80's - Nikita, Bundy, Flair, Piper, Steamboat

90's - Taker, Warrior, Rude, Savage, Henning

2000-pres Rock, Benoit, Stone Cold, Angel (old - first came on scene), Sheamus (heel)

Tag Teams - Steiners, LOD, Bulldogs, Heart Foundation, High Energy (LOL....so kidding), DX
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