I've said this before, but I love our random number generator. In its infinite wisdom, it picked Austin Bradshaw vs NWO 59 as Randomly Selected W of the Day for the first time, which caused me to relive this post (The W).
He hasn't come back in almost three years...I wonder whatever happened to that guy.
Yes, I WOULD rather share memories of Austin Bradshaw vs NWO 59 than memories of Chris Benoit right now. That's just me.
The Austin/Bradshaw vs. nWo thing did get crazy, you gotta admit, just like how now, every time someone pisses off Teddy Long or storms into his office begging for some competition, he says, "OK playa. It'll be you, [insert name here] one on one against... THE UNDERTAKER~!"
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Originally posted by ekedolphinThe Austin/Bradshaw vs. nWo thing did get crazy, you gotta admit, just like how now, every time someone pisses off Teddy Long or storms into his office begging for some competition, he says, "OK playa. It'll be you, [insert name here] one on one against... THE UNDERTAKER~!"
NOd. And during the second of silence they stand there in anticipation only to roll their eyes and act freaked when they hear the name. Even guys that are feuding with him react this way. Gotta love wrestling's "rules of logic" ;)
Originally posted by hansen9jI caught his W this morning as well, and it reminded me that as far as gimmick names go, that's a first ballot HOFer. I must not have seen that post before, because that was pretty stellar.
And, on the complete opposite end of the spectrum, there is today's W of the Day.
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What are you talking about? This guy's awesome! He took the time to come here, register, create a signature file for himself detailing his enjoyment of incest and scat-munching and then never posted anything. A work of art.
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