I find it extremely amusing that Larry Zybysko was challenging Vince McMahon to a fight a few weeks ago. McMahon is preparing to put on WrestleMania in the Toronto SkyDome, while Zybysko is performing at the Nashville Fairgrounds. Mind the popups.
Secondly: You don't know if that challenge was a rib or not. You don't know if some sleaze like Borash put him up to making the challenge. You can't be sure he wasn't taking his old pal Curt Hennig's lead and appearing drunk.
Larry was a great old school worker when workrate meant anything, and I for one would rather hear him on the announce than Senile Ol' JR.
Respect tradition, kid.
"People building their own cages rage at thoughts of liberation."- 15
Originally posted by ironcladlou He's appearing in Nashville....at a fair.
No , it is NOT a fair ! It is the Tennessee State Fairgrounds , also known as the Nashville Fairgrounds .
Wrestling has been taking place at this historic venue for 30+ years . Belive me , most of the big names came through Nashville/Memphis before they made it to the top !
USA Championship wrestling is the current promotion that is using the facility , they do their weekly TV taping at the sports arena on the grounds . Zbyszko , Terry Taylor , and Jim Cornette have been brought in to help with the younger talent . Cornette has also brought a lot of his OVW talent in . In addition , Scott Hudson and Cornette have been doing the commentary .
So before you turn your nose up at Nashville and " The Fairgrounds " , check your wrestling history .
(edited by Pheadfred on 11.3.02 1113)
"Damnit Peggy , here I am trying to contain an outbreak and you're driving the monkey to the airport. " - Hank Hill
I wanted to just add this to the Mike Mondo thread but it has already closed. People are reporting over on the WrestleCrap boards that in the new Wrestling Observer Newsletter it is saying that WWE has released former Spirit Squad member Johnny Jeter.