Yes, I fully know of the dilution of what that phrase means these days.
But it is good to know, anyway, that The Tokyo Monster Kahagas, who is a great deal of fun to watch is the new champion.
Got a chance to meet him as he came thru central Illinois, and called a couple of his matches for the local cable TV show. Nice fellow, haven't heard a single bad word about him, and gives people a good show in the ring.
I DO know that you do not want to be chopped by him.
From what I remember, there was a best-of-seven series between champion Adam Pearce and challenger Colt Cabana for the NWA World Title. Before the seventh match, the NWA for some reason refused to let the final match decide the title.
I don't know the reason. But I do know that Pearce was stripped of the title.
Really, the NWA doesn't need WWE, TNA and ROH; they do a perfectly good job of making themselves look bad.
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Originally posted by jwrestle at NWA Event After a surprise entrance "The Tokyo Monster" Kahagas entered the fray of the remaining two in the elimination match. "The Dark Child" Chance Prophet & Damien Wayne. Wayne pounced on a distracted Chance Prophet to make it just Kangus & himself. Wayne fought hard but was no match for a fresh Kahagas.
I understood why 'Damn' was kind of funny because Simmons used to say it every so often and it was an easy way to end a goofy sketch, but why do or did people find the whole ham, jam, spam thing funny?