Originally posted by Who_knew?I dont think I can kick a lot of ass considering i'm 14, but I think I can beat up Sean Mooney, Tod Pentigal,and for sure Michael Cole. And with some work I could beat up Jeff Hardy and Shannon Moore.
watching someone beat up todd pettengill might be amusing.. actually, watching michael cole beat up todd pettengill would be hilarious.
Originally posted by JWstormShannon and Jeff are not people who i think could easily have their ass whipped. i Mean have u guys ever even met them?
yeah, there are really no wrestlers as far as i can see that would be easily taken in a legit fight. all this talk of easily taking down even a guy like spike dudley is ridiculous, let alone "ripped" guys like jeff or shannon.
Originally posted by asteroidboyI've heard from friends who are fairly experienced fighters that it's tough for anyone to take on 3 or more guys in a fight. Especially if you're a wrestler with a gay stripper gimmick.
Personally, I'd imagine anyone who goes into your typical roughneck bar with a gay stripper gimmick (who didn't have really, really scary friends close by) would have to be pretty damned tough.
Either that, or he'd GET tough pretty quickly, just from all the scar tissue building up and killing off his pain receptors.
Kansas-born and deeply ashamed The last living La Parka Marka: HE raised the briefcase!
Originally posted by QuezzyStacey Kiebler Trish Stratus Torrie Wilson Stephanie McMahon Dawn Marie Terri AL Wilson
With the exception of one of these, I would gladly get into a fight with any of them; I think every guy needs a good beating by a woman every once in in a while. Use the riding crop, it hardly ever leaves marks when used the right way.
I understand. I wouldn't want to get anywhere near Stephanie McMahon either.
Thank you folks - I'm also available for birthdays and retirement parties !
(edited by MoeGates on 10.1.03 1222) It seems that I am - in no particular order - Zack Morris, John Adams, a Siren, Aphrodite, Cletus the Slack Jawed Yokel, Amy-Wynn Pastor, Hydrogen, Spider-Man, and Boston.
Well, that is a big part about wrestling anyway, is there are never really more than three or four storylines anyhow. Then you factor in how many wrestlers there are, and the lack of writing skills/storyline ideas becomes apparent.