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Which Shoot Interview Should be Reviewed Next?

Thought I would do something from the Kayfabe Commentaries Timeline Series that highlight the 80's WWF. Here are your four choices:



1984 WWF as told by Roddy Piper







1985 WWF as told by Greg Valentine





1986 WWF as told by George Steele





1988 WWF as told by Jim Duggan





Vote by clicking on the link below. Voting ends Saturday at 5pm EST.

http://vote.pollcode.com/74114324

Comments

  1. No desire to hear Roddy tell the same stories again, so Hammer it is.

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  2. Oh god please everybody vote Valentine. Agree with Petrock. No need to hear Piper tell the Snuka coconut story again and try to kayfabe us on shit. And Steele is a SERIOUS born agin Christian who goes on and on about it whenever he speaks Probably not going to be interesting. And Duggan. i just fucking hate Duggan.

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  3. Wish I had read this before I voted!

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  4. So Steele must be in contention for oldest shoot video subject, n'est-çe pas?

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  5. No n'est-çe pas. Hershey's.

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  6. Steele's timeline is very good. Valentine is hungover as fuck but still fairly entertaining. Saw Duggan's a while ago and forgot what he said. Haven't seen Piper's

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  7. Steele's is pretty good. Anyone but Piper, fuck him and his lying shit.

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  8. Only picked Piper because people might want to see that. Heard Martel's 1981 timeline is solid too.

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  9. You want 80s???

    This day in history
    Starrcade: The Gathering
    November 28, 1985
    Greensboro, N.C. and Atlanta, GA

    - Krusher Khruschev def. Sam Houston to win the vacant Mid-Atlantic title
    - Texas Bull Rope: Ron Bass def. Black Bart
    - Texas Bull Rope: J.J. Dillon def. Ron Bass
    - Buddy Landel def. National Champion Terry Taylor to win the title
    - I Quit Steel Cage: Magnum TA def. U.S. Champion Tully Blanchard to win the title
    - Steel Cage: Rock N' Roll Express def. World Tag Team Champions Ivan & Nikita Koloff to win the titles

    The Omni:
    - Mexican Death Match: Manny Fernandez def. Abdullah the Butcher
    - Arm Wrestling: Billy Graham def. The Barbarian
    - Billy Graham def. Paul Jones via DQ
    - National Tag Team Champions Ole & Arn Anderson def. Wahoo McDaniel & Billy Jack Haynes
    - Atlanta Street Fight: Jimmy Valiant & Miss Atlanta Lively def. Midnight Express
    - Dusty Rhodes def. World Champion Ric Flair via DQ

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  10. The Ghost Of Meekin's MoobsNovember 28, 2014 at 1:30 PM

    Hoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
    Hacksaw gets my vote

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  11. Virgil's Gimmick TableNovember 28, 2014 at 1:33 PM

    So many gimmick matches. "Starrcade '85: Blading Extravaganza"

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  12. Close poll so far.

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  13. Rightfully so. All but Piper's are very good, and I simply haven't seen Piper's yet so I can't give an honest opinion on it.

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  14. I voted Valentine although I wouldn't mind hearing from any of those guys except for Piper the carny.

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  15. Steele barely, if at all, touches on anything like that. Duggan's funny, and usually on target with his.


    If there's a "bad" one in the 80's run, it's Beefcake. He's funny, but fairly full of shit.

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  16. Isn't this Piper one the shoot where he kind of insinuates that Pat Patterson sexually harassed him or something?

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  17. Having watched the Duggan preview, anyone who doesn't vote for it is a failure

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  18. Terry Garvin was known to do it. Anything is possible with that company

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  19. 2013 WWE as told by CM Punk.

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  20. good to hear. Over on Kayfabe memories board years ago Steele used to babble on about his beliefs until the moderators finally had to ban him just because it was constant and often started arguments. As for Duggan I never (kayfabe) liked him. First face I absolutely hated (quickly followed by Warrior). I found his jingoistic patriotism so simplistic and annoying and of course he sucked in the ring in WWF. He didn't make me feel any better about him on Legends House with his weird attachment to Piper and his worked feud with Tony Atlas including the episode that had him getting all worked up and screaming at the camera guy when Tony wasnt around (I know, I know it's a work, but it was annoying). Just has always come across as the type of person I don't much care for in life

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  21. KC tried, I doubt they'll ever come close a financial agreement. Colt even stiffed them.

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  22. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessNovember 28, 2014 at 4:27 PM

    HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Tough guy!

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  23. CC already did it two days ago.

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  24. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessNovember 28, 2014 at 4:32 PM

    "Thanks for nothing, ass face!"

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  25. It's TERRIBLE. He rambles incoherently. I couldn't watch more than 20 minutes of it.

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  26. Midnight Express got buried. I can't believe they rose above being jobbers.

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  27. I don't think the lying is intentional. He just can't remember the details of a story so he ramble and says whatever.

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  28. +10 obscurity points for you, Mr. Jamesir Bensonmum

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  29. Was there a shoot review this week and I missed it?

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  30. Not this week.

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  31. I voted for the Hammer. Does it take him 15 minutes into the shoot just to get warmed up?

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  32. All of them are good choices but I would go with the George Steele Timeline. Not only is it entertaining and informative but the guy breaks kayfabe just by talking.

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  33. I watched Martel's Timeline this week. Yeah it's pretty good.

    Also just watched the latest KC release "Back To The Territories: Mid-South" with Cornette and Duggan and I would definitely recommend that you review that someday.

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  34. Beefcake is quite bad but you forgot the 1983 Muraco Timeline was pretty awful too.

    Muraco comes off like an Hawaiian Rob Van Dam in that shoot and that's not a compliment.

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