I quote: Angle "I tear my quadracep all the time. I tore it this morning, and here I am, jumping around!"
I remember laughing my ass off about that too, but it was used to make fun of HHH, so it'll never float.
As for true comedy, why don't they show a few Ahmed Johnson interviews. All the midgets teaming up against King Kong Bundy at Wrestlemania 3 was hillarious, and not for nothing, when Raven and Kanyon broke one of the Villano's necks, and the other threw a fit, I couldn't help but laugh at the angry little man in the villano outfit.
Also, the time the urn got opened, and the oddball smoke started pouring out was hystarical, let alone the Undertaker ascending.
Also, I quote Dusty Rhodes: "What am I thankful for? Polka Dots."
That man was a lesser god.
CAN SOMEONE TELL ME..if the ASPCA knows about these Government Mules that JR refers to. Apparently, these poor animals are subjected to awful beatings that are akin to being thrown into steel steps or having their heads smashed against wooden announce tables.br> Michaelangelo
After he Olympic Slammed Maye Young- "I'm still a hero. Just because I slammed an 80-year-old pregnant woman doesn't mean I can't be a hero." That's as close to the quote as I could remember, but I laughed my ass off at that one.
When Vince was giving a "tryout" to Torrie Wilson and Kurt stumbles upon them in a closet (I believe it was on the infamous Booker T/Bagwell Raw)- "Mr. McMahon, you're in a FREAKIN' mop closet!"
I remember one WWF Xmas commercial I particularly liked, for some reason... it was one where they had a police lineup of wrestlers in Santa suits, I know Razor Ramon and Yokozuna were in them, can't remember any of the others, and they were beating up some guy for some reason.. but the general theme was something along the lines of "Accept no substitutes."
The image of a whole bunch of HUGE Santas doing their various signature taunts and whatnot and whaling on some poor schmuck with their bags of toys... beauty.
Kansas-born and deeply ashamed The last living La Parka Marka: HE raised the briefcase!
This is a really great gesture and it's certainly important research for WWE, and any high-impact sports organization, to be supporting. But, $1.2 million over 3 years is chump change when it comes to this sort of research.