Originally posted by The King of KeithWhat is this I don't even
Where was this from?
Hogan's fisting helmet was from 1988 or so. The internet speculates that it was a way to hide Hogan's bald head, but it was so goofy-looking that they gave up on it in short order.
I remember seeing him use it in a match; the ref got bumped and Hogan put on the helmet and used a headbutt to beat Bad News Brown. I can't remember if that was on SNME or on a home video or something.
Originally posted by dMpDid he lay the smack down on her crippled ass, NWO style?
Hrmm..not as good as many of the other. So I'll stick to my question..who would ever want to watch this? Simply because it's a celebrity? No thank you. So I doubt there's money to be made.
Never underestimate the depths that people will sink to for "entertainment". 11 years at Blockbuster have taught me that. There have been times when I've all but refused to take people's money, but they wouldn't be dissuaded.
Also, there's Rule 35: If it exists, someone is turned on by it.
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Something I wasn't aware of: Curtis Iaukea and former WCW Television and Cruiserweight Champion Prince Iaukea weren't related. Prince Iaukea's real name is Michael Haynes, and he was trained by Rico Federico and Dean Malenko.