Since: 12.1.02 From: Indianapolis, IN; now residing in Suffolk, VA
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#1 Posted on 17.6.04 1435.41 Reposted on: 17.6.11 1435.49
Here's the article I'm talking about... brings back a few memories for some of the old-schoolers, I'm sure. Since I only really started watching wrestling in '97, and the WWF in '99, a lot of those memories come from watching old tapes.
Still... when I read the lyrics to Honky Tonk Man's theme song, I couldn't help but smile. “I'm just a honky tonk man, I'm cool, I'm cocky, I'm bad.” Wait, don't turn around... WHAM! with the guitar by Kane! Ha!
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#4 Posted on 18.6.04 1113.46 Reposted on: 18.6.11 1117.55
Originally posted by Denny BurkholderIt misses the energy, and the spark that K-Kwik had when he rocked the mic. It's missing the extra punch from a pumped-up crowd. Mostly, it's missing the neon green and orange FUBU wear.
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#5 Posted on 23.6.04 0509.25 Reposted on: 23.6.11 0509.57
Originally posted by Blanket JacksonNO ONE had better and worse at the same time self-done music than the three songs Jacques Rougeau was a part of.
The Rougeau Brothers "All American Boys" was the best song ever. I loved that team so much, La Resistance (any of the 3 versions) can't hold a candle next to the Rougeau's (in ring and out)... Carrying around miniature American flags. "We love the USA, seriously" just pure greatness. Probably the most underrated WWF/E team in history.