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In Topic: Zumbido, Mr. Mexico & Violencia vs Solar I, Antifaz del Norte & Pante...

08 December 2017 - 12:54 PM

Mr Mexico's dive perfectly sums this one up - all action no benefit. Even with some spectacular spots (mostly due to Zumbido and lesser so Pantera) nothing came together here as anything more than a by-the-numbers feel good match.

In Topic: La Parka & Silver King vs Villano IV & Villano V (WCW Saturday Night...

08 December 2017 - 08:43 AM

Not sure I see the positives for this at all. I found this rather boring and lacklustre with Villanos on offence. Truth be told, I've not been the highest Villano IV fan but I thought he looked a step below here even. Disjointed offence with some moves changed on the fly. Silver King provides wacky facial reactions as a FIP and La Parka seemingly tags himself in (??) to mercifully end this.  Below average.

In Topic: Jerry Lawler

04 December 2017 - 12:11 AM


I'm not sure if it's on youtube or the likes, but this is one of the yearbook threads for a '93 promo that people loved. I thought it was maybe the best Lawler promo I'd seen and it's still the one I remember most when talking about Lawler on the mic. 


Man, now I want to see this promo!!! Can someone who has the yearbook upload the promo to YouTube?


I think it's this


In Topic: WWE 27 November - 3 December 2017

04 December 2017 - 12:05 AM

I'm probably higher than most in terms of TItus' ring work (I'm a sucker for shit-talking powerhouses ala Mark Henry), but what really got me behind him was how much of a genuinely wonderful human being he is. Here's a guy who rounded up a few homeless people and treated them to a meal at a restaurant inbetween shows simply to give back. He seems like a great father and I thought that Take Time to be a Dad campaign would have gotten him more elevation in WWE. Coupled with a tragic childhood you'd think there would be a lot to feed the WWE marketing system.

In Topic: Comments that don't warrant a thread - Part 4

01 December 2017 - 11:43 AM

To add to that, Panther and Casas were the first guys I "got" when I tried to dive deeper than athletic spot lucha. They would continually be guys I gravitated towards and continued to enjoy even with a primitive knowledge of lucha. Of course Casas is far more transcendental (being the all-timer great he is and having the charisma that he does) but Panther captured me in so much that he was the first and only guy I ever tried a Complete & Accurate career retrospective of.