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Hooper_X - 2008-12-19

Hopefully it will be patently obvious where the "tons and tons of cocaine" tag applies.

CornOnTheCabre - 2008-12-19


Rudy - 2008-12-19

Fake wrasslers pushing dubious pharmaceutical products? How fucking stupid is that?

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MLB Hall-of-Famer Wade Boggs sez: "You'll be glad you did!"

Cena_mark - 2008-12-19

I hate how you wrestling haters rag on about how its "fake." Don't you know that Brock Lesnar left prowrestling for MMA because the wrestling schedule was too hard for him. He had to wrestle with broken ribs. They don't give you time for your injuries to heal. That's why prowrestlers are the toughest athletes in the world.

chumbucket - 2008-12-19

chewable, in sweaty big-haired man shapes

Cena_mark - 2008-12-19

Woooooooooooo The secret to the 4 Horsemen's success can't be put into a bottle. For the secret to their greatness is blood, sweat, and tears, and who would want to drink that?

Hugo Gorilla - 2008-12-19

I like the dig they take at Jim Crockett at the end. As though Vince McMahon never had a lame promotion or idea.

Cena_mark - 2008-12-19

Granted Vince is not without his failures, but you have to admit that his track record is far better. Vince has turned his wrestling organization into an entertainment empire doing work in movies, video games, music, books, toys, clothes, ect. Sorry but despite Vince's blunders he's at a way higher level.

Hugo Gorilla - 2008-12-19

I can't argue that. When McMahon took WWF out of it's regional bounds and into the national spotlight, the only thing anyone else could do was play catch up given the times. I just live in an alternate reality where Charlotte, NC remains a hub of professional wrestling.

Daymage - 2008-12-19

Anybody know where this clip comes from? It looks like party of a documentary on old school wrestling.

mr666 - 2008-12-19

My guess would be from the Four Horsemen DVD set that WWE released awhile back.

Hooper_X - 2008-12-19

Yeah. it's from the Horsemen DVD, which was really really well done. It was also hilarious because Arn stays in character the ENTIRE time. Like, Tully Blanchard and Barry Windham are talking about selling and going home and shit, and Arn is talking about how he totally broke Dusty Rhodes' arm.

(it is kind of a downer 'cause Ole wouldn't do it, though - whether it's because he hates vince as I've heard or that as I've also heard he is in absolutely awful condition and didn't want to be seen like that, I do not know.)

CornOnTheCabre - 2008-12-19

also, it seems like WWE 24/7 on Comcast OnDemand has like 4-5 mini-documentaries/round table discussions about the regional era of pro wrestling every month. if I had any money, I would probably subscribe to it just for that, because theyre usually all pretty hilarious/chockload of the most insane, retarded shit youll ever hear of.

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