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#45 Posted on 31.7.03 2151.31 Reposted on: 31.7.10 2151.52
I loved Herb Kunze's site. Even though he never updated anymore, it was still great because I didn't get internet access until 1998. So it was fun to go through the archives and go back years ago and see what was going on in wrestling at the time.
#47 Posted on 2.8.03 1454.30 Reposted on: 2.8.10 1455.11
Originally posted by Kidbrooklyn
Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastardWow, Solie's was the first wrestling site I discovered on the Internet. I was even the (only) resident WWF mark on his message board back when only WCW was "cool". I had no idea it was still around.
I greatly miss Sean Shannon Productions, if only for the documentation of his steady decent into madness. I also seem to remember he had some mathematical way of formulating a show's rating that made no sense whatsoever.
What was your name over there? I used to frequent that site quite a bit. It was also my first internet wrestling experience.
I think I was using SeZ around that time, but I'm not entirely sure. If not, something with "Fuzzy" in it.
#48 Posted on 4.8.03 0723.08 Reposted on: 4.8.10 0723.44
Wow, this thread takes me back. Didn't think I'd be getting nostalgic about websites at this point in my life...
The Torrie Wilson interview reminds me of another classic Wrestleline interview with Scott Steiner, where the interviewer asked, "Why does Fred Flinstone order all those ribs every time, when they keep tipping over his car?"
Steiner's classic answer: "That son of a bitch must be hungry."
Also, there was this weird group of guys who I believe called themselves the Mutants of Boston-they had a website detailing crazy trips to RAW tapings and pictures of themselves in lucha masks riding roller coasters, etc. Funny stuff.
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#49 Posted on 6.8.03 1858.50 Reposted on: 6.8.10 1859.01
The interviewer that was always asking the Fred Flinestone question was Downtown Dave. My favorite Downtown Dave moment was when he asked Tank Abbott if he could touch his beard. Abbott answered "No". Fun stuff.
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