Monday, October 20, 2014

Wrestling Personality Quiz for the Blog of Doom


Hey Scott,
 
This is longtime reader/commenter, but first time emailer BeardMoney. I recently tried my hand at creating a personality quiz and I thought the BoD might enjoy this one as it asks which member of a legendary wrestling tag team you would Bee. It's kind of like a sports entertainment version of the ZoĆ« or Zelda question. If you wanted to post it here, that would be War Games level awesome. Thanks for the great work you do with the Blog!

https://www.tryinteract.com/quiz/BeardMoney/1

​I feel like I would be a Zelda.  ​

33 comments:

  1. I did not make a choice, or follow any direction, but now, somehow, I am descending from space—approaching a great, glistening sphere. It is Ultima—the planet of paradise.

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  2. Whole lot of masochists on this site. Makes me sick to tell you the truth.

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  3. This was funnier than it had any right to be.

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  4. I got B. Brian Blair. :(

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  5. I don't remember Cornette being that bad on commentary, yeesh

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  6. I was really hoping the only result would be Hillbilly Jim.

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  7. wtf. i got jim brunzell just bc the iron sheik didnt molest me haha.

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  8. Such a Zoe thing to say.

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  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xECUrlnXCqk

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  10. I think that the true reason this was all pulled was because there was a wrestler in pink tights named Zan Panzer. That idea makes Kevin look tame... lol

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  11. Kevin Sullivan, ladies and gents.


    Nuttier than a squirrel's home right before the start of winter.

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  12. Zan Panzer was Ole Anderson's kid Brad, actually.

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  13. "From the continent of Europe..."


    That, my friends, is LAZY hometown creation.

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  14. I got Blair. :(


    Verbally humbled by the sheik in 2005.

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  15. "Do you like midgets?" (King Kong Bundy)
    "Do you like wrestling your hound?" (Junkyard Dog)
    "Do you have a Granny who just sits back and drinks moonshine?" (Harley Race)
    "Would you like Hulk Hogan's boots?" (Evad Sullivan)
    "Do you prefer Country or Rap?" (Slick)

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  16. I'm a jumping Jim guy. I would have sworn I was more a B Brian Blair though?

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  17. Disappointed this was not about the steakhouse in Springfield where you kill your own cow.

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  18. I’ve never had a run-in with Sheiky, and I got Jumpin’ Jim.



    I remember as a kid that I though the name B. Brian Blair
    was pretty hilarious.

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  19. MaffewOfBotchamaniaOctober 20, 2014 at 10:12 AM

    Reminds me of Christopher Daniels' heel run against Sting in TNA going nowhere because he wanted to be a version of Old Testament God and say things like ''9/11 deserved to happen'' on TV.

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  20. I don't know what ya'll are talking about. This is great!

    Any lip readers here? What was Sullivan saying that got edited?

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  21. Slaughterhouse? I'll take Joell Ortiz over the Taskmaster any day

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  22. Gunther the Nasty LoserOctober 20, 2014 at 11:52 AM

    "HOW UGLY IS HE?"

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  23. Was this around the time that Sullivan, Cactus Jack, and Abdullah the Butcher feuded with Norman the Lunatic, Boat Captain Mike Rotundo/a, and Bam Bam Bigelow? One of those teams makes a lot more sense than the other.

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  24. How has Kevin Sullivan not written a book yet? That would be absolutely fascinating to read on multiple levels.

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  25. Man, I'm a sucker for madman Buzz. I thought it was a cool gimmick, even though Sullivan is and was super-lame and physically unintimidating.

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  26. When CACTUS FUCKING JACK is the sanest person in your wrestling segment, its time to call it a day.

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  27. Yeah, I think it was Spring of '90

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  28. Fun fact: Zan Panzer is Gene Anderson's son, making him Arn's kayfabe cousin. Guess the company had no interest in kicking off a new generation of the Andersons.

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  29. ya this segment was very effective but too over-the-top and kinda made me feel nauseous.

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