The MoonDogs' Bones Captain Lou Albano's rubber bands Edge and Christian's soda cans - Soda's Rule! Any of the Playboy pics of the divas - 'cept Chyna Steve Blackman's cheese hat Mr. Fuji's ring purifying salt (from his wrestling days) Pat Patterson's skidmark skivvies DX glowsticks? Mr. Socko
Whatever prop they pick, they oughtta shine it up real nice turn that sumbitch sideways, and shove it straight up their candy ass!
When I was in second grade I used to tag the top corner of all my assignments with the Double Cross Ranch logo. My teacher told my mom, because she thought it might be something evil. Terry Funk was a bad man, so his branding iron gets the nod from me.
Originally posted by too-old-nowWell, to get back on topic, which "international" wrestler used to spew green or red mist in the face of his opponent? Was it Tajiri?
It was pretty much ever Japanese wrestler pre-2005. According to Wikipedia, The Great Kabuki was the first to use it, though I imagine if that's at all accurate, he may have been the first in the US to do so.
I'm not sure if Tajiri ever used red mist or not. Muta definitely used varying colors of mist. If I remember correctly, green was the weakest and simply blinded your opponent and red was stronger and caused burning damage. There was also a yellow mist that Muta once used against Sting that was supposed to induce paralysis. (Wikipedia says there's also blue sleeping mist and black more-powerful-than-red blinding mist.)
Now I want to book an angle where someone mists Jeff Hardy and he just gets high off if it, then after winning the match, goes on a rampage in Japan, ripping Japanese wrestlers' throats out in search of a fix.
Oh, come on. We went almost three days without prolonging this thread! I can see I have to put a bullet in it myself. And I don't mean the bullet which (insert wrestler which would make this sentence the most insensitive) used to kill himself which belongs in the wrestling prop hall of fame, either!
Well Grimis, the argument AGAINST a lot of title changes is that they devalue the belts...but the argument FOR a lot of title changes is that since there's so many goddamn shows (and now, a lot of goddamn PPVs)