Originally posted by Matt TrackerAs I grew up in the Mid-Atlantic territory, Native Americans were the east coast equivalent of Samoans in the WWF: tough as hell, strong as hell, and not scared of bleeding.
Strongbow was one of the first names name I recognized on weekly TV, and "Chief Jay Strongbow" is about as perfect a collection of wrestling syllables as you can ask for.
Had no idea he was still alive. Good to see a wrestler surprise you by how long the live.
Don't know much about Strongbow other than the Tatanka head dress angle. When I was a kid, Wahoo was the big Indian wrestler.
Bischoff's arguments also don't have much to do with what Storm had to say either. More than anything, he's just arguing that Storm had no reason to criticize the book because he wasn't there to know what happened first hand.