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Wrestlers that should be considered legends...

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  • iKingGodGivBiziKingGodGivBiz What title? Posts: 29,279 Regulator
    This guy
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    This is really the only reason why you my nigga how the fuck did I not name him. Shame Mike Awesome and wCw going under did him in. If wCw stayed intacted and Awesome bombs didnt shelf him for two years he was most likely gonna be a world champion and a good one.

    New AHH Battle Rap Forum
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    Karma es verdad.
  • Max.Max. Posts: 32,936 ✭✭✭✭✭
    This guy
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    I hear he was crazy over in mexico
  • Max.Max. Posts: 32,936 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Long hair dont care hacksaw jim duggan
  • professor xprofessor x Posts: 144 ✭✭
    edited September 29
    This guy
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    vampiro, rey mysterio jr, eddie guerrero, psychosis, konnan & la parka. fave mexican wrestlers of all time.
  • T. SanfordT. Sanford Trill Doggy Dogg (Legion Of Trill) Posts: 25,270 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 12
    Crude_ wrote: »
    Scott Steiner. His career is a tale of two halves though. They should have broke him off as a singles guy and booked him better in the early 90s. He's still one half of one of the top 3 tag teams ever imo. Dude had the perfect blend of agility and size. (note: him and Rick will eventually get in for their tag team work.)

    Lex Lugar. Vince was getting ready to put the strap on him during that feud with Yokozuna but I don't think Lex was reliable Vince looked elsewhere. Most hardcore fans remember the Lex express. Dude had one of the better physiques of his day too. (n/h)

    Vader. Dude was like 400 pounds doing moonsaults he was also a top guy in every promotion he ever went too. Top heel in WCW and WWF(E). Probably should have gotten the strap in WWF(E) but Vince didn't like WCW guys being his champ in those days.

    Barry Windham. I think he won the NWA title, US title and I believe a few tag titles in various promotions, but dude was an underrated worker and could move and was agile for a bigger guy even though he doesn't get talked about a lot. He may or may not ever get but he was an underrated guy of his time.

    Dynamite Kid. I think his reputation of being a jerk and hated in the business has hurt him. Dude basically ushered in a lot of the style and moveset of today cruiserweight guys. He would be a heavyweight champion in today's business but him being a smaller framed guy held him back during those times were pushing guys who where 6'2 or better and large framed with body builder physiques was the norm.

    Butch Reed. He was a upper mid card guy in a time where Black wrestlers did not get a lot of burn. His reign in the WCW and WWF was very short.

    @Crude_ I think I read that Luger was suppose to win the belt at SummerSlam but Luger was drunk at a bar & started spoiler the match the night before

    Vader should've won the belt from Hogan at Superbrawl in 95. Even Hogan was getting booed a year before his NWO debut. WCW writers wrote a disqualification finish at WCW biggest pay per view event smh, WOAT. Vader should've won that match. Vader should've won at Summerslam in 96 too.
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  • iKingGodGivBiziKingGodGivBiz What title? Posts: 29,279 Regulator
    Max. wrote: »
    This guy
    Vampiro_stat.png

    I hear he was crazy over in mexico
    Ultimate Warrior meets Undertaker over.

    New AHH Battle Rap Forum
    http://community.allhiphop.com/categories/the-battle-rap-zone
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  • Serious Juice MayneSerious Juice Mayne Posts: 5,879 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • iKingGodGivBiziKingGodGivBiz What title? Posts: 29,279 Regulator
    Disco Inferno
    Enzo >>>

    New AHH Battle Rap Forum
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  • playboy buddy roseplayboy buddy rose Red hook brooklynPosts: 2,842 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November 21
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Crude_ wrote: »
    Scott Steiner. His career is a tale of two halves though. They should have broke him off as a singles guy and booked him better in the early 90s. He's still one half of one of the top 3 tag teams ever imo. Dude had the perfect blend of agility and size. (note: him and Rick will eventually get in for their tag team work.)

    Lex Lugar. Vince was getting ready to put the strap on him during that feud with Yokozuna but I don't think Lex was reliable Vince looked elsewhere. Most hardcore fans remember the Lex express. Dude had one of the better physiques of his day too. (n/h)

    Vader. Dude was like 400 pounds doing moonsaults he was also a top guy in every promotion he ever went too. Top heel in WCW and WWF(E). Probably should have gotten the strap in WWF(E) but Vince didn't like WCW guys being his champ in those days.

    Barry Windham. I think he won the NWA title, US title and I believe a few tag titles in various promotions, but dude was an underrated worker and could move and was agile for a bigger guy even though he doesn't get talked about a lot. He may or may not ever get but he was an underrated guy of his time.

    Dynamite Kid. I think his reputation of being a jerk and hated in the business has hurt him. Dude basically ushered in a lot of the style and moveset of today cruiserweight guys. He would be a heavyweight champion in today's business but him being a smaller framed guy held him back during those times were pushing guys who where 6'2 or better and large framed with body builder physiques was the norm.

    Butch Reed. He was a upper mid card guy in a time where Black wrestlers did not get a lot of burn. His reign in the WCW and WWF was very short.

    @Crude_ I think I read that Luger was suppose to win the belt at SummerSlam but Luger was drunk at a bar & started spoiler the match the night before

    Vader should've won the belt from Hogan at Superbrawl in 95. Even Hogan was getting booed a year before his NWO debut. WCW writers wrote a disqualification finish at WCW biggest pay per view event smh, WOAT. Vader should've won that match. Vader should've won at Summerslam in 96 too.

    Flair should have put Vader ova at starcade as well
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