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Old 12-02-2012, 02:48 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Default Re: Who are some legends that have been beyond forgotten?

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Originally Posted by Deandre Cole View Post
But, who is putting him in the same league as Hogan or Flair?


And who are you referring to when you say "he"? Tell me a little about Austin Idol or Tommy Rich. Because for somebody who only started watching in 1998, I'm sure you've never seen either man work.


You know what, don't tell me. I'm done with this thread and don't plan on posting in it anymore. Always takes somebody like you to come in a classic thread and have to make comparisons to somebody like Hogan or Flair, eventhough you posted before that the first time you saw Flair was in 2002.

I quit. Y'all can have this thread. As bad as I want to discuss classic wrestling, I refuse to discuss it with people who constantly have to use Hogan or Flair as measuring sticks, like they are the only classic legends out there.
Because Hogan and Flair are classic legends.Not every guy that competed in 60's and 70's is a LEGEND

The first time I saw Flair was in 2001-2002 when he came to WWE.What's wrong in it?Do you really expect me(12 yrs that time) to know he is a legend?

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