Yep, thank you for being a master of the obvious. :-D
Yea, but how many people saw White wrestle under his real name and without any mask????? He certainly was raw in that match and his microphone skills needed real work. It took the Japanese to realize the full potential of Vader. Still, it was a real treat to see Vader in his earliest matches.
I saw a very young Shawn Michaels last week on it also. His voice didn't seem to be as deep as it is today. Probably age.
And Scott Hall was on tonight's show.... when he was a tough cowboy with brown curly hair and a mustache. I remember watching him slam Jerry Blackwell two decades ago.
Tonights main event was Curt Henning vs Stan Hansen... all with Henning over-selling moves.
I also saw the UWF shows on ESPN Classic.... They were okay, I think the corny beginning intro to the show was really lame. Glad they switched to the AWA....
I agree with you on what you said BigDaddy, and from Smackdown last night, it would appear that you are correct. However, in terms of long term benefit to the company, I will argue that Angle should have been the person turned rather than Brock.