#2 Posted on 1.1.04 0038.48 Reposted on: 1.1.11 0038.50
Looking back, this message is really more of an effort to try and look 'cool' by dismissing something someone put lots of work into making. Nobody is ever cool on a wrestling message board.
If I were to wedge Flea himself in there, he'd easily be in the top 10, possible 5. He usually develops a fresh opinion on things that flys contrary to the popular mantras of the internet. I'm looking forward to checking out some of the higher ranked people I've never heard of.
But I can never get True or False? to load properly, the link always seems to lead back to the main articles page on WWE.com.
#4 Posted on 1.1.04 0117.15 Reposted on: 1.1.11 0117.37
It is good to see that Bryan Alvarez has split into two people and that there was room for both of him. I suspect #47 Bryan Alvarez is pretty jealous of #20 Bryan Alvarez. Perhaps next year Bryan Alvarez (the 47 one).
By the by, Michael Tearson is too high up on the list, and Jay Bower is too low.
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#6 Posted on 1.1.04 0805.06 Reposted on: 1.1.11 0806.23
#65, babee!!! In your face, uh.... Dory Funk Jr.
Seriously, though, a public thanks to Flea for including me is his list. I am absolutely thrilled to be listed with people I have so much respect for (and Bradshaw). I'm always amazed at how many people I've never heard of there, and how it inspires me to find out more about them.
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#11 Posted on 1.1.04 1526.28 Reposted on: 1.1.11 1527.48
I didn't get why Raven was anywhere near the top as I'd never gone to his site. So I clicked on the link and it really is the best wrestler commentary section I've ever seen. The guy really knows what he's talking about.
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#17 Posted on 1.1.04 2219.10 Reposted on: 1.1.11 2219.50
What exactly does Eric Scxulzpaisdlfkwjwhatever do to be placed so high? At least half of each of his columns don't have anything to do with wrestling. How is he more of an influence than people who run their own websites like Scaia?