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WWE.com just released a list of Ten Dream Matches That Actually Happened, and it's got some good stuff on here. A WWE Title match between champion Randy Savage and Shawn Michaels in '92. Randy Savage vs. Steve Austin in WCW. Liger/Mysterio, Rock/Guerrero, and arguably the most memorable of the bunch-- Lesnar/Hogan, the match in which Lesnar infamously painted his own chest with Hogan's blood afterward (in one of his most awesomely badass moments ever).



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You could include a lot of Flair's 2000's WWE run in here beyond just Flair/Angle. You had Flair/Eddie, Flair/HHH, Flair/Jericho, even Flair/HBK that were all good to very good, but would've been ***** easy in the 80's or 90's.



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Funny, just yesterday I was watching a dream match that I remember happening, but had no idea it was as good as it was: Hulk Hogan vs The Great Muta.

Hogan hits an enzuigiri in the match an manages to do some amazing wrestling, while Muta is as crazy as ever. Plus, both were world champions (WWF and IWGP, respectively) at the time.
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I remember that match! It made me question if all of Hogan's low-workrate wrestling was a conscious decision (rather than him just not being a good worker) made with the American audience in mind.

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You can probably add Hogan/Hansen to that list.



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    Originally posted by StingArmy
    I remember that match! It made me question if all of Hogan's low-workrate wrestling was a conscious decision (rather than him just not being a good worker) made with the American audience in mind.

    - StingArmy


Before Hulkamania really became a thing in the U.S., Hogan was over huge in Japan, and supposedly he did more technical stuff (by his admittedly modest standards) over there. Enziguiris and everything! Mom would be so proud.


EDIT: Which was previously mentioned in the post about his match with The Great Muta. D'oh.

(edited by ekedolphin on 13.1.13 0130)


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