Jamal is Rikishi and Tonga Kid's younger brother while Rosie is a cousin of theirs.
Also, wasn't Jamal the more talented one, or am I wrong? I know Rosey pulled off the split-legged moonsault about a month ago. But it was Jamal with that cool throw up-catch-Samoan drop movie and he was also the one who did the splash from the top.
I'm not sure what they're gonna do with Rosey. I like the idea of making him Christian's bodyguard. Sorta in a Mr. Hughes/Ralphus role with Jericho a few years back.
Just like in the case of Men on a Mission, WWE finds itself with an untalented big-man wrestler with a woman's name. First off, give him a new name...hell, even 'The Rose' is better than Rosey. Second, I like the idea of putting him with someone like Christian as a bodyguard. Or, maybe, send him to Smackdown to hang with John Cena.
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What do you do when you have a big useless fat guy with nothing to do? Make him a bodyguard, of course. If WWE wasn't so hell bent on keeping pure Italians in the stable, I'd have suggested making Rosie into the new Big Sal.
But if someone on top decides to give Rosie the Billy Gunn push, then may God have mercy on us all.
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Have any of you actually SEEN any of the Island Boyz' indy matches? They WERE the big big-man team to float down the pike in a long, long time. If the WWE had booked them in crazy brawls and used them as faces instead of heels they'd be midway through their second tag team title reign by now. As it is they totally fucked up one of the most sure-fire tag teams they'd had in years.
Wasn't there some scuttlebuttery a while ago about 3MW frequently injuring people? I remember Pat Patterson getting hurt and the HLA stiff kick specifically. Anyone know if those were specifically Jamal's doing and maybe that just added to his repetoire?
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Originally posted by dMrOh, well. At least we wont have to worry about figuring out which ones which from now on.
Jamal's the one with the red hair. I know this, because I always found it odd that Rosey wasn't the one with red hair (red rose:Rosey). Oh well. As long as they keep the theme song. That thing always got me pumped up to see them (and then the match would start...).
Remember when WWF treated RVD like the main-event star he is?
Originally posted by oldschoolheroHave any of you actually SEEN any of the Island Boyz' indy matches? They WERE the big big-man team to float down the pike in a long, long time. If the WWE had booked them in crazy brawls and used them as faces instead of heels they'd be midway through their second tag team title reign by now. As it is they totally fucked up one of the most sure-fire tag teams they'd had in years.
I have a tape with them on it, from some fed down in PA. I have to agree with you, they wrestled against a high-flyin' cruiserweight team and the Island Boyz were quite impressive.
No one gives two craps about Paul London. The crowd was dead and everyone I could hear around me was heckling the guy to death. They were heckling Chavito, too, but honestly, London's fancy flips (or as Raven says "spotkateer" moves)