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Matt Tracker Scrapple Since: 8.5.03 From: North Carolina Since last post: 14 days Last activity: 14 hours # 1 Posted on 31.3.13 1600.29 | Instant Rating: 8.80 I always imagine football players who could excel in rasslin. Urlacher, Ray Lewis, I still think Kevin Greene had lots of potential. But then I think of managers or valets, and I think of character actors who would have excelled at being comic relief or a mouthpiece to sell an angle. And even with all his success in films like Stripes or on TV in Night Court or onstage, winning a Tony in his first musical, John Laroquette would have been a mighty manager, combing the unctuous style of Paul Heyman and the classic arrogance of a Heenan and goofiness of Cornette. So who can you see standing out in pro wrestling had they gone that route? "To be the man, you gotta beat demands." -- The Lovely Mrs. Tracker Promote this thread!
AWArulz Scrapple Since: 28.1.02 From: Louisville, KY Since last post: 13 days Last activity: 2 min.
AIM: # 2 Posted on 31.3.13 1720.31 | Instant Rating: 4.82 The key is talking, I think, and fast on your feet. Don Rickles, Bruce Willis, - they both immediately come to mind. They seem so fast on their feet on the talk shows. If we are talking athletes, think about Joe Flacco - he was really quick on the talk shows after the superbowl - Aaron Rodgers too. I mean, guys like 'Lacher or Lewis would be monsters, but those guys would be the Flairs of the future.
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Zeruel Thirty Millionth Hit Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary. Since last post: 49 days Last activity: 7 days # 3 Posted on 31.3.13 2047.44 | Instant Rating: 6.48 Originally posted by AWArulz If we are talking athletes, think about Joe Flacco I'm a huge Ravens fan and I have to disagree with you there. Even Flacco's dad thinks he is boring and I have to agree with poppa Flacco. -- 2006 Time magazine Person of the Year -- -- July 2009 Ordained Reverend --
TheOldMan Landjager Since: 13.2.03 From: Chicago Since last post: 658 days Last activity: 65 days # 4 Posted on 1.4.13 0037.12 | Instant Rating: 6.18 Besides Mongo (remember, he only took up wrestling after his playing career, with almost no knees left).. I think you could have made a hell of a stable from the '85 Bears. Otherwise, I'd love to see what Stephen Colbert could do as a mouthpiece.
Kevintripod Banger Since: 11.5.03 From: Mount Pleasant, Pa. Since last post: 11 days Last activity: 1 day
AIM: # 5 Posted on 1.4.13 0716.07 | Instant Rating: 5.66 Originally posted by Zeruel Originally posted by AWArulz If we are talking athletes, think about Joe Flacco I'm a huge Ravens fan and I have to disagree with you there. Even Flacco's dad thinks he is boring and I have to agree with poppa Flacco. Completely agree with Zeruel here. Flacco puts people to sleep during interviews. Bring back Kevin Federline dammit and give him a heel stable to manage.
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DrDirt Banger Since: 8.10.03 From: flyover country Since last post: 13 days Last activity: 3 days # 6 Posted on 1.4.13 0909.17 | Instant Rating: 9.66 Donald Trump Perception is reality
2P4E Boerewors Since: 4.1.05 From: SE12, London, UK. Since last post: 392 days Last activity: 1 day # 7 Posted on 1.4.13 0944.22 | Instant Rating: 8.00 Henry Rollins
samoflange Lap cheong Since: 22.2.04 From: Cambridge, MA Since last post: 1188 days Last activity: 1180 days # 8 Posted on 1.4.13 1118.27 | Instant Rating: 6.32 Originally posted by 2P4E Henry Rollins Would need a 6 hour RAW for this one.
Oliver Scrapple Since: 20.6.02 Since last post: 687 days Last activity: 680 days # 9 Posted on 4.4.13 2054.49 | Instant Rating: 4.85 I know it was a one-off, but I thought Kevin Federline was awesome and he cold have done more with time. ...on a roll!
DJ FrostyFreeze Knackwurst Since: 2.1.02 From: Hawthorne, CA Since last post: 98 days Last activity: 7 days # 10 Posted on 5.4.13 0502.26 | Instant Rating: 7.44
Agreed. I remember wishing they would have used him longer. Maybe get some revenge on John Cena later on or something. Originally posted by Oliver I know it was a one-off, but I thought Kevin Federline was awesome and he cold have done more with time.
supersalvadoran Sujuk Since: 10.1.08 From: westbury, new york Since last post: 122 days Last activity: 89 days # 11 Posted on 7.4.13 1402.46 | Instant Rating: 1.46 What about Bas Rutten? He's a legit tough guy who is fun and funny to watch in and out of the ring. I think if he were to be a wrestler, he would somewhat a combination of Ken Shamrock and Antonio Cesaro with a bit of Santino's goofy humor.
spf Scrapple Since: 2.1.02 From: The Las Vegas of Canada Since last post: 442 days Last activity: 266 days
AIM: # 12 Posted on 8.4.13 1502.31 | Instant Rating: 5.03 Ronda Rousey and Chael Sonnen are the best pro wrestling promo artists around right now, only they don't do pro wrestling. 2007 and 2008 W-League Fantasy Football champion!
TwisterF5 Italian Since: 18.2.04 From: The Houston 'burbs Since last post: 855 days Last activity: 379 days # 13 Posted on 15.4.13 0744.01 Don Rickles in a turban as Grand Wizard 2.0 would be epic.
Scottyflamingo Bratwurst Since: 23.6.10 From: Auburn, AL Since last post: 1277 days Last activity: 1006 days # 14 Posted on 23.4.13 1845.02 | Instant Rating: 2.49 Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreeze Agreed. I remember wishing they would have used him longer. Maybe get some revenge on John Cena later on or something. Originally posted by Oliver I know it was a one-off, but I thought Kevin Federline was awesome and he cold have done more with time. Federline could have done a great riff on Kaufman in Memphis if he was able and willing to bump.
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ICQ: # 15 Posted on 25.4.13 0113.41 | Instant Rating: 9.13
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