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#1 Posted on 14.5.02 1851.25
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While I enjoyed the Imperfect End article, Parts Unknown screwed up a bit on listing Hennig's title accomplishments. Here's the correction.

Hennig actually only held the WCW U.S. Title once. He defeated Steve McMichael for it the night after Hennig's WarGames turn on the Horsemen, and lost it to Diamond Dallas Page at Starrcade.
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#2 Posted on 14.5.02 1901.02
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Yeah...I'm ashamed of myself, and I've been called on it on another thread.
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#3 Posted on 14.5.02 2050.06
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I may be wrong here, but wasn't he also AWA champ for a good long run in the mid-80s as well as having a tag title reign apecice with Greg Gagne and Scott Hall?

The AWA title reign I'm sure of, but the tag titles I freely admit to confusion on.

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#4 Posted on 14.5.02 2338.53
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Well I for one am thankful that I finally got an answer to where the Hell the HC Belt came from. Reading your column brought back some great hidden memories and now it all makes sense. Great work.
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#5 Posted on 15.5.02 0206.09
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Enojado, I believe P.U. only highlighted his WWF/WCW/WWE career.

It was a great article.
I enjoyed seeing him at the Rumble, but actually couldn't believe the hype he got upon his return on wienerville.
I expected Hennig to go for some announcer/trainer job soon after but alas, he just jobbed alot.

Thank God he is gone (for us and for him), and yes I will remember him as the old perfect Mr. Perfect..
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#6 Posted on 15.5.02 0919.05
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Wow. Thank you all for the great comliments.
On his AWA champ run: another guy emailed me about the same thing. I told him that the Mr. Perfect tribute is by far not a comprehensive history, just my memories of him. I only watched WWF growing up, then WCW, and now WWE, so that's mainly what I stuck to.
BTW, I emailed a corrected copy of the article to CRZ and asked him to change the stupid title history mistakes I made. We'll see what he does with it. :)
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