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The W - Pro Wrestling - Who was that masked man? (Dark match at SD/ECW 7/31/07)
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.10
Not much of a spoiler, but technically, saying who had a dark match probably tells you who didn't have a match on SD:

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Chavo.


We had one dark match before ECW went live tonight. SD guy vs. "The Unknown Wrestler" -- from Unknown, weight unknown, etc. He came out in a mask, pulled that off & had another mask underneath. Whoever he was, he was really good, clearly very experienced, they had a very good match, & he got a clean win!

I really don't know who it was. What we know: He came out in a black cape, & underneath had trunks with "gladiator-style" red & black panels -- both of those had a logo with the initials "RR". Maybe 5'10-ish (compared to the SD guy). Bodybuilder style physique, & moderately ripped. Couple of miscellaneous tattoos, but not describe-able. Hair was pretty much buzzed (IIRC) -- nothing notable.

Who was this guy???

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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.11
Sounds intriguing....'RR'..Ricky Reyes? Rocky Romero? I figure those guys are under ROH contracts though these days, right?
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The height seems a little off, but could it have been Rey?



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My friend and his wife were sitting with me and were excited to see Unknown, because they are big Impact Zone Wrestling fans and know him as Red Rum.

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So it's Johnny "the Bull" Stamboli?



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.10
    Originally posted by Super Shane Spear
    My friend and his wife were sitting with me and were excited to see Unknown, because they are big Impact Zone Wrestling fans and know him as Red Rum.


Thank you! That's the guy!

Johnny Stamboli?!? Really??? He looked really good in that match! He clearly was wasted in that FBI gimmick.

(I usually get most of the IZW guys, but missed that completely.)
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Wow, I completely forgot about that guy. I'm glad he's still wrestling, as he was pretty awesome in WCW.



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He & Nunzio were really starting to get over as a face tag team when he was released, too.



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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.10
Well, from what he showed the other night, *if* they are considering bringing him back as a solo guy with a less cheezy gimmick, that could work out much better for him in the long run. (I'd much rather watch him than Masters or MVP, any day!)
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Bring in Gronda and him, Redrum, and The Boogeyman can be the scariest stable ever.



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