Originally posted by Kane Is UglyIts HAWAIIAN SHIRT GUY. Not Hat Guy or Hawaiian guy. The other super fan I liked was this guy who went to a lot of ECW shows and dressed EXACTLY like Bubba Ray Dudley.
Woah, woah. If we are talking about the guy with the hat, then it is absolutely Hat Guy. The older guy next to him might be Hawaiian Shirt Guy, but Hat Guy gets chants all the time. Hat Guy is the greatest fan ever to live. I even saw him at a 7-11 in Jersey and was in too much awe of him to even say anything.
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Originally posted by OMEGAThe Hulk Hogan look-a-like (Randy Hogan) was diagnosed with cancer.
Is that the same Hulk Hogan lookalike that often shows up on ABC's Monday Night Football? 'Cause he's very much alive...I stuck my camera right in his face during the Packers/Raiders MNF game. Dude had *several* tearaway shirts, to do the gimmick over and over. Oh, and a sweet nWo belt buckle.
He's definitely not dead. Should've asked him his plans for WrestleMania XX. :-)
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Originally posted by TorchslasherWoah, woah. If we are talking about the guy with the hat, then it is absolutely Hat Guy. The older guy next to him might be Hawaiian Shirt Guy, but Hat Guy gets chants all the time. Hat Guy is the greatest fan ever to live. I even saw him at a 7-11 in Jersey and was in too much awe of him to even say anything.
Actually, I've heard both names used for John, but I've always preferred Hat Guy (c'mon, he always wears the same freakin' hat, how simple a moniker can you get?!!).
He used to help hand out tickets to some ECW shows at the Arena, but since he wasn't wearing his hat, a lot of newer fans didn't recognize him. It's kinda like the Clark Kent/Superman thing ("Nah, that ain't Superman, he's wearing glasses, you dolt!").
I know these guys. The guy with the light-black skin and the black hair/glasses/clothes guys. I remember the light-black skin guy was tight with Sid. I remember Sid always giving him the 'who's the man' fist agknowledgment. If you look back at Series 96 after Sid won the title, they hugged. He was in the front row at WrestleMania X in a tux shirt and tie with another man and woman to the right of the entrance as you look at it.
I remember the black hair/glasses/clothes guy being in the front row at WrestleMania XIV. You can see him jumping up and down when Austin won the title. I believe these guys know each other. They were together at the Series 02 show at WWE New York. If you look back at when Stacy introduces Saliva to play you can see them in the middle of the pit in front of the stage.
I saw them both at the Holiday Inn lobby after WrestleMania X7. I almost felt compelled to ask for their authographs! It's always neat to look back at old shows and look out for them in the front rows.
I'm sure that someone remembers that it happened, and I'm sure they will bring it up later on if it's needed. That's what the WWE uses backstory for: not for continuity, but to add fuel to angles when it's convenient.