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Old 01-10-2013, 01:10 AM   #145 (permalink)
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Brian Pillman was a quality in-ring talent, particularly in his WCW light-heavyweight and Hollywood Blonds days. Brian could play babyface which was his best role for him as a worker, or heel which was the best role for him as a character. In WWF he created & delivered a cutting edge character at the brink of the Attitude Era. Brian fuckin' Pillman was entertaining and he was so passionate about what he did it broke his heart to not be able to compete at the level he was used to when he had that car accident. He had a good career and he is remembered by many fans because he was such a compelling performer. The man could work I'm telling you. Watch this match he had with Flair in 1990:

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