#24 Posted on 4.10.04 1607.32 Reposted on: 4.10.11 1607.38
How on earth can any self-respecting publication rank Hallowicked ahead of Ruffhouse? I mean, even if you haven't seen all of Ruffhouse's recent work.... GEEZ! I hope the editor who came up that lame-brained decision is FIRED ON THE SPOT!! Hallowicked, my ass.
(Yes, I probably DID make the exact joke a year ago. And I bet it wasn't even funny the first time...)
Since: 1.5.03 From: California, Home of THE LAKERS!
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#27 Posted on 4.10.04 1845.01 Reposted on: 4.10.11 1845.11
well, I always think they're smoking crack. and with Arch Kinkaid at #343, do they really NEED to go any lower. Where did they find these guys, wrestling in front of 13 people at a country fair?(although I've seen Rory Fox a couple times and thought he was better than say Tyson tomko.)
#28 Posted on 5.10.04 0113.11 Reposted on: 5.10.11 0119.10
Originally posted by EastCoastAvengerFuck any "best wrestler" list that has Triple H above Kenta Kobashi!
I don't CARE that he wrestles in Japan and will never be seen by 95% of the marks in the U.S.! He's the man and deserves at the VERY LEAST to be in the top 3.
Frankly I was suprised Kobashi was that high. He definitely deserves top three, but as somebody else said, PWI barely used to acknowledge the Japanese wrestlers. There's no doubt Kobashi's had the best matches of the last 18 months: 3/1/03 vs Misawa (Attn: Get This Tape!) 4/25/04 vs Takayama 7/10/04 vs Akiyama.
This list is always great because without fail, they list a complete fucking stiff right in front of a total badass. Talk about dream matches.
These are my favorite twosomes: 54. Hardcore Holly 55. Naomichi Marufuji
95. Rikishi 96. Yuji Nagata
108. Rene Dupree 109. Satoshi Kojima
124. Scotty 2 Hotty 125. Jun Akiyama
131. Al Snow 132. Yoshihiro Takayama
142. Maven (I like Maven, but Jesus, in front of Misawa!) 143. Mitsuharu Misawa
Where the hell is KENTA? He and Marufuji only make up the best tag team in the world.
#29 Posted on 5.10.04 0847.04 Reposted on: 5.10.11 0848.03
They admit the bias on Japanese wrestlers though. I believe it was a couple years ago when Austin was #1 on the list, and they had Misawa #3 I believe. In the description, it basically said, this is as high as we can put him unless he wrestles stateside, so take it with a grain of salt.
#30 Posted on 5.10.04 1648.11 Reposted on: 5.10.11 1648.55
Finally fixed it...
Originally posted by CRZ65. Kid Kash 66. Rico 67. Danny Basham 67.68. Shocker 68.69. Steve Corino 69.70 Johnny Jeter 70.71. Nicho El Millionario 71.72. Kensuke Sasaki 72.73. Donovan Morgan 73.74. CW Anderson 74.75. Jamie Noble 75.76.. Tyson Tomko 76. Jamie Noble 77. American Dragon
Still wondering where Jeff Hardy is. (It ain't rehab! Ba dum bum)
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#31 Posted on 7.10.04 0916.52 Reposted on: 7.10.11 0918.18
Here I am with my CMLL love. Hector Garza my new heel hero made it to the top 20. He will overtake Santo!... Perro Aguayo JR. is 102, I guess this is before his big push. La Park over Matt Hardy, Big Show and Goldberg, FINALLY justice in the world!
#33 Posted on 7.10.04 1900.36 Reposted on: 7.10.11 1901.11
Originally posted by ScottChrist
Originally posted by TorchslasherChris Hero deserves MUCH better than 340. Hero is a CZW guy who has impressed me recently with his charisma and his ring psychology.
Sounds like you need to see his stuff from IWA Mid-South, as it's worlds better than his stuff from CZW. (Maybe you actually don't, just going by what it sounds like)
Actually, he wrestled in Nitro, I wasn't impressed this past Tuesday. He wrestled at Pondo's fed and he must have been having a off night. He does have a unique look but as for move set it wasn't much. He won with hurracanranna into pin. Check the Pondo thread for show results.
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