Posted 18 January 2013 - 11:29 AM
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Posted 18 January 2013 - 10:57 PM
I am trying to convince Phil to synch up with me and watch all of the Rockers vs. Rose Somers matches so we can rank them the way we ranked Choshu-Fujinami.
This is a good idea. Matches are all pretty different and not cookie cutter. I would recommend watching them along with other notable tags from the set if you are going to bundle watch.
Posted 18 January 2013 - 11:37 PM
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Posted 19 January 2013 - 10:01 AM
Even though it was delayed for months, thanks to their own stupidity, I really think that the Rockers showed up ath the perfect time in the WWF. They were the only tag team at the time that had the combo of being talented, experienced, and also were young and 'happening.' Dynamite's back was pretty much fried. Bret and Jim had just recently turned babyface and they were popular, but not the same way that Shawn and Marty were. Roma and Powers never shook the jobber label. The Rougeaus were about to turn heel, or already had. Were the Killer B's even still around?
Bees were just about done at that point...Blair left right before Survivor Series.
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They worked a 6-man in Continental with Danny Davis as The Midnight Rock n Rollers against "Golden Boy" Mike Golden and The Sheepherders.
I know there are a few Rockers matches during their AWA stint where they worked other promotions with the belts. I THINK one was in Bama. Khawk would know. In any event I need to watch that stuff
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