Scott Hall appeared on four Rumble broadcasts, but only in undercard matches.....never the Rumble itself. Ironically, the fake Razor Ramon (Rick Bogner) was in the 1997 Royal Rumble match and was the first man eliminated.
Wait…if it’s MLK Jr. Day AND Pat Patterson’s Birthday…who gets the token win here?-- Matt "Excalibur05" Hocking on a match between Mark Henry and Rico
MH: What’s a clever way to say that I have a penis? CJ: Uh…Mark, nobody’s going to buy that shirt. MH: How about if I say that I’ve got…a…uh…? CJ: Coming up with T-Shirt ideas is hard Mark, why not leave it to the WWE marketing department. MH: I know! I’ve got it! CJ: Got what? MH: Stank! That’s Mah Stank! I’m gonna make a fortune!! CJ: “That’s Mah Stank”? MH: On the front it’ll say “Can You Smell It?” and on the back it’ll say “That’s Mah Stank”. Everybody’ll buy it because they’ll think it’s a Rock shirt. CJ: You know…you might be on to something there, sad to say. MH: I can’t wait to show mah stank to Trish.
You know, I have a feeling that Spanky didn’t quit, he was fired. Why? So they could repackage Mark Henry as “Stanky.” Think about THAT! --Matt "Excalibur05" Hocking, 1/19/04 Raw Satire
2000: Vs The Hardy Boyz (Table match) 2001: Vs Edge & Christian (WWF Tag Championship) 2002: Vs Tazz & Spike Dudley (WWF Tag Championship) 2003: Vs Lance Storm & William Regal(World TagChampionship) 2004: Vs Evolution (World Tag Championship)
I think the fairest comparison to draw in terms of background and early push is Kurt Angle. Angle shot his way up the ranks of the WWE like nobody else before. People who were legitimately ``new to the business,'' anyway.