Kurt Angle Going to Rehab?
It is what he published on his Twitter account.
WWE.com Article on the 25 Greatest Matches in SummerSlam History
RF Video Releases Shoot Interview with Shawn Daivari
Sounds like everyone hated Mohammed Hassan and seems like an interesting shoot overall but holy shit does he talk fast. Click on the link below for a ten minute preview
Warrior vs Savage is way too low on that SS list.ReplyDelete
OK, Daivari comes off fantastic in that clip, very conversational and intelligent. He seems like a normal guy, not a carny. I always appreciate that when a wrestler seems like somebody who you can have a beer with without thinking "this guy might be insane."ReplyDelete
They say that when Austin faced Owen he got a chance to show off his wrestling skills instead of being a charge ahead brawler as usual. He only became a charge ahead brawler because of the broken neck he suffered in that match.ReplyDelete
That story about him sitting at a bar with Mark (Mohammed Hassan) with Holly, Bradshaw, Haas, and Taker asking for just Hassan and Jericho taking Daivari out or drinks sounds interesting to say the leastReplyDelete
It's true. It's damn tresjfskdhjagnsbvkjsaksdfdsjksd five dollars? Get outta here...ReplyDelete
Who is 'they'?ReplyDelete
He comes across as very smart on the Art of Wrestling, but also very funny as I recall.ReplyDelete
"They talk a lot dont they?"ReplyDelete
They must not have seen the guy who used funky submission moves in WCW and had badass technical matches with Bret.ReplyDelete
They wanted me to go to rehab and I said YES! YES! YES!ReplyDelete
I blame the finish.ReplyDelete
Yet I find it to be one of those matches, like HBK/Mankind at IYH:Mind Games, where the DQ finish was actually the right call.
Of course, that's with today's mindset, where it would have built to a triple threat instead of a "Warrior Leaves Town Again And Flair Gets The Title, And Then Bret" match.
I think the accountability crib is going to be getting a new tenant.ReplyDelete
IIRC, there was a great story where Daivari did squats with Benoit, something crazy like 500 of them. Only Benoit was used to them and Daivari wasn't, so he spent the next few days peeing blood and discolored urine.ReplyDelete
While it had a lot of starpower, drew a good buyrate and wasn't exactly bad, HHH/Lesnar shouldn't be on there. Cena/Batista and Owen/Austin were both much better matches, and Cena/Batista was a huge match-up too.ReplyDelete
I really think that Daivari is one of the most underrated and underused guys that WWE ever had - he was good in the ring, great on the mic, wasn't afraid to push the envelope, and seems like a "jam up" guy outside the ring.ReplyDelete
Do you know that joke reference is 21 years old?ReplyDelete
This is the same website that claimed that Triple H won his first WWE Championship by pedigreeing Mankind on thumbtacks.ReplyDelete