Ah, I've know about this site for about two years now. Great find my fellow W. No if you want great laughs if explore it a bit more. Yet, I'm glad they have that as it proves the "SHOCKMASTER" fell though the cracks into wrestlecrap history.
I think they went ahead and did the match... and tried to spin Shockmaster's character as a lovable goof, but it didn't work.
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Originally posted by thefrasermanSo does anybody know what happened AFTER he got up and put the mask on? Did he go and do the match or was he so embaressed he went to the back and never returned?
It wasn't a match he was being introduced for... it was an interview segment.
Shockmaster gets up, puts his mask back on, and stands there menacingly as Ole Anderson's pre-recorded voice plays some 'I'm gonna get you' garbage while all the heels are having problems not laughing while they are supposed to be feigning terror.
British wrestling viewers in the 70s and 80s would remember Big Daddy (Shirley Crabtree). I instantly thought that obviously means the name was never copyrighted. No doubt WWE have no idea of who he was.