What does he do? Is he a suplex machine like Steiner? Does he wear down body parts? Is his finisher simple yet impressively done? Is he Lugeresque, meaning does he do the alternating pect flex? Suckas gots to know.
(edited by Matt Tracker on 14.4.05 0711) "To be the man, you gotta beat demands." -- The Lovely Mrs. Tracker
Toland spent most of the last year in a face tag-team with Chris Cage called Adrenaline. They broke up the team last fall, with Chris Cage moving on to be OVW Champion for a time before relinquishing that role to Elijah Burke (who just lost the belt last night to Matt Morgan, a long-time OVW champ).
So here I am talking about Toland and end up talking more about Chris Cage. Maybe that says something.
Tank went right back into another tag-team, this one as a heel with his cousin "Chad Toland." He's been in the Blonde Bombers ever since. They've just recently teamed up with Jillian Hall and it appears that the three of them will be spending the OVW Summer Sizzler series at Six Flags Kentucky going up against The Thrillseekers (Matt Cappotelli & Johnny Jetter) with Alexis Laree in a six-person feud.
I could see Tank going up eventually. He's a good worker and he has gained a lot in the past few months when talking on the mic. Small guy, but moves quickly and is built enough like Benoit that you can believe he could take down someone much larger than himself. I certainly would see him at WWE more than someone like Chris Masters, to be honest.
Can't say I can think of a signature move of his besides some great looking clotheslines, however.
I've always thought of him as the result of Mike Awesome getting stuck in Tazz's body. He does a lot of high-impact moves like a big guy would do, but he's only 5'9" or 5'10" if that. He's also got a finisher called the "Tank Turrett," which (I think) is a version of the Polish Hammer. After Chris Masters broke Stevie's face, methinks he'd be changing that finisher if he got called up.
Coach and Michael Cole said on Heat that this year's Rumble will have 1 minute intervals. This was done before in 95 when Vince called it "the fastest-paced Rumble ever". This change pissed off a lot of people and hasn't been used since.