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Net Hack Slasher Banger Since: 6.1.02 From: Outer reaches of your mind Since last post: 4901 days Last activity: 3321 days # 41 Posted on 26.5.03 0159.08 Originally posted by Notorious F.A.B. The Young Stallions may have been crappy, but they also stole "Girls In Cars" for the entrance music. Jimmy Hart wrote that especially for the Hart Foundation Girls in Cars were for the other pretty boy tag teams (who I also liked) Strike Force with Tito Santana and Rick Martel. I thought Girls in Cars was a cool song (long time ago lol)... Actually knowing Jim Powers luck he probably was going to get that cool song along with the title reign that came with it but when he heard the news he pumped his fist and yelled "Yeaaah" and then management decided to give the song and push to Strike Force lol. Poor J Powers it always goes wrong after the pumpfist/yeaah combo cause there's limits to our liberties. 'Least I hope and pray that there are, cause those liberal freaks go too far. I'll crush all opposition to me And I'll make Ted Kennedy pay If he fights back, I'll say that he's gay
ToulouseLautrec Loukanika Since: 30.3.03 Since last post: 5463 days Last activity: 5462 days # 42 Posted on 26.5.03 1401.25 Originally posted by Mr Tuesday Rick Rude was never a face in his career Ricky Steamboat was never a heel in his career Everytime a thread like this comes up someone mentions that Steamboat worked as a heel in Japan. Not that I know that from actually watching him do so, just something I've picked up. (edited by ToulouseLautrec on 26.5.03 1504)
Notorious F.A.B. Pepperoni Since: 4.2.02 From: Dudleyville's Gay Ghetto Since last post: 5338 days Last activity: 5324 days # 43 Posted on 26.5.03 1740.26 I remember Jimmy Hart having a promo on Superstars or some such explaining that the Stallions had stolen his song. Did anything actually come of that? Like a Hart Foundation / Stallions feud? It's just you against the group mind.
OMEGA Lap cheong Since: 18.6.02 From: North Cacalacky Since last post: 3253 days Last activity: 858 days # 44 Posted on 26.5.03 1802.18 Remember when Vince Russo tried turning Ricky Steamboat into a heel last year in TNA? HA! That Russo is such a genius! Well, actually, compared to Vince McMahon, he IS! Remember when WWF treated RVD like the main-event star he is? Neither do I.
Notorious F.A.B. Pepperoni Since: 4.2.02 From: Dudleyville's Gay Ghetto Since last post: 5338 days Last activity: 5324 days # 45 Posted on 26.5.03 1811.21 I thought about Steamboat in TNA but I couldn't remember what went on exactly. He had confrontations with Ron Killings, a heel, so I figured he was just a frustrated baby (like Foley at the end of "Who ran over Austin?") It's just you against the group mind.
AWArulz Scrapple Since: 28.1.02 From: Louisville, KY Since last post: 42 days Last activity: 4 days # 46 Posted on 26.5.03 1933.38 Originally posted by Mild Mannered Madman Originally posted by AWArulz Rev. Slick was never a face Not only has he been a face, he was a face when he became Rev. Slick. Was he really? I wasn't watching much WWF when he came back in the late 90s - is that when? I mean, I never saw him not being a heal manager. Doesn't surprise me though. We'll be back as soon as order is restored.....
Mr Tuesday Kolbasz Since: 6.1.02 From: Chicago, IL Since last post: 2179 days Last activity: 1884 days # 47 Posted on 26.5.03 1946.38 Originally posted by AWArulz Was he really? I wasn't watching much WWF when he came back in the late 90s - is that when? I mean, I never saw him not being a heal manager. Doesn't surprise me though. He was. WWF did a "Where are they now" on Slick, saying he was a reverend. Slick even cam on SUperstars to talk about it. When Kim Chee and Harvey WHimpleman turned on Kamala, Rev. Slick came to his aid. WWF produced many vigantes of Slick trying to "humanize" Kamala. Slick even taught Kamala to speak! Aparently it was all for nothing. At the Gimmick Battle Royal, Kamala was back with Harvey & Kim CHee and acting like an amimal. What Is Your Animal Personality? brought to you by Quizilla
gater Bauerwurst Since: 29.1.02 From: Palatine, IL Since last post: 3715 days Last activity: 2894 days # 48 Posted on 27.5.03 0853.54 So, someone check me... What we've come up with is: Rick Rude - Heel Rey Mysterio - Face Everyone else with any sort of career longevity in a quasi-major fed has been both at one time or another (convincingly or not). If true, that's astounding. Take the " Which Marvel Comics Hero are you" quiz!
Tenken347 Knackwurst Since: 27.2.03 From: Parts Unknown Since last post: 7 days Last activity: 3 days # 49 Posted on 27.5.03 1126.33 Actually, Rick Rude did some face work during his brief stint in ECW.
Dexley's Midnight Jogger Pepperoni Moderator Since: 10.10.02 From: New Hampshire Since last post: 1574 days Last activity: 1489 days # 50 Posted on 27.5.03 1212.04 I remember a closing shot of WWF Superstars or something that had Rev. Slick preaching to the church while Bobby Heenen, Vince McMahon and Gorilla Monsoon listened and sat with everyone else. Very strange. One groom... two grooms? But he... he... uh, I need my medication!
tomvejada Andouille Since: 2.1.02 Since last post: 5385 days Last activity: 5385 days # 51 Posted on 27.5.03 1237.38 Maven has been a face his whole career. Also, Christopher Nowinski's been a heel his whole career, too. "Oh my God, Brian, there's a message in my Alphabits! It says, 'Oooooo!'" Peter Griffin "Peter, those are Cheerios." Brian
Notorious F.A.B. Pepperoni Since: 4.2.02 From: Dudleyville's Gay Ghetto Since last post: 5338 days Last activity: 5324 days # 52 Posted on 27.5.03 1251.57 Don't forget Zach Gowan! He's all face, baby. It's just you against the group mind.
Tom Dean Bockwurst Since: 30.8.02 From: New York, NY Since last post: 4618 days Last activity: 3987 days # 53 Posted on 27.5.03 1411.05 Originally posted by Notorious F.A.B. Don't forget Zach Gowan! He's all face, baby. It's really hard to imagine him ever being heel. (Famous last words, I know.) "History is being make-ed... someone is going to get their head completely shaved off" - David McLane, PPV opening promo The big question for WWE's future: "Will you, Stephanie Marie McMahon, accept the purity of evil and take the Lord of Darkness as your Master and your spouse?"
dMr Andouille Since: 2.11.02 From: Edinburgh, Scotland Since last post: 720 days Last activity: 107 days # 54 Posted on 27.5.03 1415.10 Originally posted by Notorious F.A.B. Don't forget Zach Gowan! He's all face, baby. Not to mention Spanky. And Brian Kendrick too. Faces all career long.
Notorious F.A.B. Pepperoni Since: 4.2.02 From: Dudleyville's Gay Ghetto Since last post: 5338 days Last activity: 5324 days # 55 Posted on 27.5.03 1619.47 I remembered Brian kendrick but how could I forget Spanky?! It's just you against the group mind.
Tenken347 Knackwurst Since: 27.2.03 From: Parts Unknown Since last post: 7 days Last activity: 3 days # 56 Posted on 27.5.03 1621.40 Because Spanky was a heel in Ring of Honor. Pages: Prev 1 2 3
True; Norton was actually pretty good, they just didn't do anything with him. And then he ended up as part of the B-level tag-team with Bagwell in the nWo. Vicious and Delicious were never gonna get a tag-team title shot so long as The Outsiders were......
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