I mention this mostly because I wanted to point out that Jeff Hardy is listed as 6'0", 225. I know exaggerating heights and weights is a very old wrestling tradition, but does that strike anyone as just a little out of the realm of believability? I'm 6'1", 196 and am currently trying to lose 10 pounds. At the height of my three-times-a-week gym schedule, I was never above 190.
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In wrestling terms it's not much of an exaggeration at all, especially in TNA where Hardy is actually taller than a lot of guys. Shawn Michaels gets announced with similar stats and he's about the same size as Hardy.
Ridiculous was Mike Tenay saying Samoa Joe was something like 6'10 during one of his early matches, but I'm pretty sure that was an accident.
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He's listed as 6'2 215 on his obsessedwithwrestling profile. His wikipedia entry lists him as 6'1 218.
Edit: I'm laughing at the results of the poll there.
What are you looking forward to? 40% A wrestling alternative on national TV 36% The high-flying X-Division. 21% More action, less talk. 3% The Heavyweights.
Ha! Screw you Jeff Jarrett!
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What's sad is when I first saw this thread, I first thought of the Natural Born Thrillers from WCW and was like "YES!", then I realized that, without "Above Average" Mike Sanders, such a reunion would be hollow indeed...