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The 7 - Pro Wrestling - The newest version of Harlem Heat
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#1 Posted on 22.2.02 1634.01
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I wouldn't be surprised if Vince decides to reintroduce Harlem Heat to the WWF in the near future. And get this. This might be the best incarnation of Harlem Heat yet. Now, let's be honest. Did anyone think that the Stevie Ray-"Big T" Ahmed Johnson verson would last? Now, this one might be a little bit more successful. From what I understand, it would consist of Booker T and New Jack. For those of you who didn't watch ECW, you probably didn't remember that much of "The Original Gangsta." I think Booker and New Jack would be a great combination. As far as what to do with Test, he's a much better singles wrestler than he is in tag teams.
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#2 Posted on 22.2.02 1925.44
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What? Where in the world did this come from? Is this an actual rumor or just fantasy booking on you part. As far as I know the WWF has never had any interest in New Jack and I doubt they ever will, he's a garbage wrestler and wouldn't be any help to the WWF at all. Plus WWF doesn't need to be siging anymore guys with the huge roster they have now. And even if they did sign more guys it would be people like Jarrett and Steiner that would actually help the company. New Jack in the WWF would be about as successful as Sandman in the WCW.
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#3 Posted on 22.2.02 1947.07
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New Jack is retiring, and I doubt if the WWF would even consider signing him (I don't think Heyman would be likely to put in a good word about him anyway). They want LESS injuries on their roster. Less. Not more.
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