... Great stuff. Also checked out the Double Dragon page -- and I thought it was pretty cool that they had a photo of my favorite move, the one where Billy Lee sits on the opponent and pounds the opponent's face in repeatedly. The combo move with the knees to the head and the toss over the shoulder was always good for a laugh, too.
ďDonít you look at me like that, ya little bastard. You eyeballiní me? Donít you dare. I done whipped your ass once, you little sumbitch, donít think I wonít do it right here right now - BAM! You know that guy Tom Bodett, leaves the lights on for ya? Just the opposite - Iíll turn your lights out. Do you understand me? Thatís right, thatís what you call me Ďyes, sir, no sir.íĒ
ďI hate it when those guys have their little sparklers and the explosions. ... You probably liked that Angleslam, didnítya? You think he deserved that, huh? Huh LOOK AT ME HILLBILLY BOY! Youíre damn right it donít, I donít give a damn WHAT you like. Donít even look at me. No, look at me, you ainít gonna look at me when Iím talking to ya? You disrespecting me? Look at me, JR. I said look at me. Thatís right. Boy, Iíll run right over you like a speedbump. Donít get nervous. Stop sweatiní.Ē ... Steve Austin to Good ol' J.R. on RAW, June 11, 2001
The logic of it astounds me: why call it the "360"? Isn't that basically turning around in a circle, henceforth staying in the same position? I don't get it. I watched half of the show before getting totally bored with it and heading to bed.