Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by APPTiger, Oct 24, 2019.
It doesn't matter if they can wrestle or not. What counts is how they interview.
Wooooo! Ric would turn it on for the cameras but didn't say much unless he was working. lol
Ya'll talking about Ric Flair and the Macho man. Meet them both. Flair used to live about a mile from me and Macho is a Tampa boy. Used to work out at Flair's gym back home. It was used by a lot of wrestlers and all traveling NBA teams. The female wrestler Charlotte Flair was about 8 when I was there. She used to hustle towels in the gym. Charlotte's finest used to take aerobics classes there and I'm not talking about the cops.
I'm pretty useless in general but I could bench press like a MF. At one time I could do three reps with 528 lbs. Those guys used to stop and watch me. Tore up my shoulder a year or so later and can't even bench my own weight now. And yes, it made me feel good for a couple of minutes to have "celebrities" watching me work.
Especially if they snap into it.
Gawd, I miss that dude...
best interview ever
there was a guy I worked with in a factory, did a spot on, Randy Savage,.. 7 am, crew's getting our butts chewed about something, a voice from the back,.. "we're the cream of the crop, yeah",.. lol,. I guess you had to be there
Well the trip wasn't a complete bust> Well done Jon Jon!
Me with the NWA World's Heavyweight Championship belt. Picture's about 3 years old, I guess, just after a guy from MC (not me) won the title. The belt is surprisingly heavy.
cool picture, you do resemble Neil Peart, did you look like this too?
I had a thicker moustache.
I think he looks like Ed Orgeron.