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Since: 15.1.02
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From 411 who lifted it from Meltz:

Lex Luger, despite a poor performance on the latest WWA tour, has told friends that he expects a call from Vince McMahon about a return to WWE in the near future.

Luger has bulked up to over 300 pounds, and feels McMahon would be a mark for his increased body mass.

In addition, Luger reportedly believes that McMahon is running out of surprise returns, and will turn to Luger for a surprise sometime soon.

credit: Wrestling Observer Newsletter


NNNNNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!! Lets hope Lex is just living in a pipe dream world and Vince does have some common sense.








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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
Let's hope that's the time Nathan Jones had roid rage...



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#3 Posted on
Sounds like someone is a mark for himself. There is no way Luger will be back in the WWE. Maybe as a jobber for Rocky, Stiener, HHH, Nathan, or Brock to squash, that is about it.



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Yeah, I think WWE would have to have exhausted all creative possibilities and surprises before they brought Luger in. People can smell desperation, and this move would just reek of it.
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i dunno know a Luger, Goldberg, Sting invading faction might work on some levels???!???!!



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#6 Posted on
I did a thread talking about the exact same thing.



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yes and looking at your time stamp compared to mine, looks like mine was first. SNOOCH!



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#8 Posted on

    Originally posted by Ffej
    Luger has bulked up to over 300 pounds, and feels McMahon would be a mark for his increased body mass.



What's really scary is that even the wrestlers have the feeling that body mass is all it takes to make it. As much as I would like to hope that this is just a holdover mentality from Lex's glory days (he did have some, right?), I look at HHH, Steiner, etc and seriously doubt it.

Personally, I'm cycling HOT DOGS!



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Cool beans, man! Bring Lex back. They can do the slow build up to a match with HHH. He can start out by destroying jobbers like Dreamer, Jeff Hardy and RVD.
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Id rather see him back just to JOB to RVD, Jeff Hardy, and Tommy Dreamer.
Maybe in that order too...



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    Originally posted by Tod deKindes
    I did a thread talking about the exact same thing.
Yeah, but HE saved us all from having to click over to 411... (if you're talking about the thread I think you're talking about)



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#12 Posted on
Just when you think he's gone away, Luger emerges yet again. Should have known earlier in the week when PTI's retarded redheaded stepbrother Around the Horn began discussions about Luger's son being one of the best high school junior basketball players in the country. Either Luger is coming back to wrestling, or he will be getting the parent's face shots on ESPN the next few years. Either way, Flexy Lexy will never go away.



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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.74
I rather thought his last run in WCW was highly entertaining. Remember his 'burial' and rebirth as 'The Total Package'; that was kinda cool. And him and his tag team run with sting was very fun to watch from a train wreck point of view.



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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.22
I'd love to see a program between Luger and Scott Steiner. I've never seen a black hole of bad wrestling before, and the combination of these two talentless lumps in the same ring would certainly cause one to develop.

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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.52
I dunno, Steph... I've seen a program or two between Luger and Buff Bagwell, and I think that actually did create a massive black hole.

If WWE is gonna sign away anyone else from WWA, though, I'd much rather it be Sting. Luger should just stay in WWA, so I won't have to watch him.



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#16 Posted on

    Originally posted by Stephanie
    I'd love to see a program between Luger and Scott Steiner. I've never seen a black hole of bad wrestling before, and the combination of these two talentless lumps in the same ring would certainly cause one to develop.

    Steph







Find an El Gigante/Sid Vicious match from WCW if you want to see pure black hole of suck. Or Giant Gonzales/Taker from '93. Or really, for that matter, any match involving El Gigante/Giant Gonzales.



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#17 Posted on
With the size of Lugar, isn't he just an injury waiting to happen as a result of steroid use...AKA HHH



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