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Friday, November 16, 2012

Tom Lawlor as 'The Shockmaster' @ UFC154 weigh-ins

40 comments:

  1. In the pre-fight promo package,I want the overdubbed Ole Anderson voice...and if he wins as well.

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  2. I want to see:


    The Rockmaster!
    The Brockmaster!
    Mick Foley and The Sockmaster!


    It never gets old!

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  3. Watching two things I love come together in a beautiful way. This is like the chocolate and peanut butter of my nerdiness.

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  4. Too bad a large portion of the audience won't get it (TM WWF) and will think he was just a bumbling foo'

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  5. Let us celebrate this occasion with the addition of chocolate to milk.

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  6. Would love to see someone use the Bane voice mask as well. . . .

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  7. JBL as the Stockmaster?

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  8. That was fucking brilliant.



    I'm still waiting for someone to come out in full "Macho Man" garb. That would be glorious.

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  9. Terry Taylor as the Cockmaster...

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  10. Too bad that Lawlor isn't nearly as good at fighting as he is at funny entrances.

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  11. Saw this earlier and loved it. I even loved how Joe Rogen said "he's ready to SHOCK the world"

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  12. That was positively SHOCKING

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  13. Boogeyman as the Clockmaster!

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  14. That'd also work for Pat Patterson.

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  15. Yeah, this really is a shame that this seemed to go over the heads of most who saw it. Completely badass nonetheless. (Even had all the mannerisms!)

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  16. Special guest Leonard Nimoy as the Spockmaster.

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  17. Tugboat as the Dockmaster!

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  18. this is incredibly awesome.


    pro wrestling might learn a thing or two from mma.

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  19. Iron Sheik as the Fockmaster!

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  20. DIrected by Roger Corman as the Schlockmaster.

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  21. Don Murac-master

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  22. We've got more Masters than Machines now...

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  23. He has hinted that his entrance at the PPV will be a tribute to The Mountie.

    As long as he uses the song as well, that may be worth the PPV purchase alone.

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  24. Ok this guy is awesome

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  25. That was really cool.

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  26. Brian Pillman as the Glockmaster

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  27. Mick Foley as the Sockmaster!

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  28. Looks like MMA is learning from wrestling. That was indeed hilarious.

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  29. you dont have sarcasm equipped i see.


    goto ur menu and equip it.

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  30. That reminds me: I totally thought about going as 80s era Macho for Halloween, because it'd be pretty easy to fashion a cape and headband/sunglasses combo (although I'd probably wear it over regular clothes because I live way too far north and am way too fat to be rocking trunks) but I balked; and then some guy showed up at the bar in full 90s era Macho regalia in the red & yellow colors from the Slim Jim commercials. He made the whole outfit out of duct tape and it was fucking tremendous.

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  31. Rogan knows what's up. That guy is awesome.

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  32. Braden Walker as the Knock-Knockmaster!

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  33. Pat Patterson and steve lombardi in a tag team called the Dock(ing) masters

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  34. Great stuff, i'll be cheering for him tonight, if i can last watching all 47 hours of the show. Seriously UFC, 12 fights? It's getting a bit much with the Facebook,FX/Sportsnet and then a 3 hour PPV back to back to back.

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  35. Yes, hence my response to Zanadude's comment about the Cockmaster.

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  36. Tom Lawlor can lose all his fights and I'll still be a fan. If I'm not mistaken didn't he also come out to Real American before a fight complete with BOA and mannerisms?

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  37. Mr. Fuji as the Wok-master

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