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Old 11-19-2013, 11:20 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Late to the party. Aside from PN News and Ice Train, I do know the Battens were the tag team the Michaels/Jannetty win their first tag team titles off of at CSW.
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Old 11-19-2013, 11:40 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Now that I am here, let me take a shot.

1. Brad and Bart Batten - Seen them in a match during retro catch up. Twins if my memory is right.
2. Buck Robley
3. Lazertron
4. Spike Huber
5. Ice Train
6. The Mongol - Remember him from the trump cards.
7. Sweet Daddy Siki - Remember him from the trump cards.
8. P.N. News - Phew!Only guy here that I have actually seen in action. A terrible wrestler with a John Cenaish rapper gimmick.
9. Phil Hickerson
10. Len Denton
11. The Apocalypse
12. Izzy Slapowitz - Remember reading his name during a match
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Old 11-19-2013, 01:33 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Greenlawler, I didn't mean you (and I was not being sarcastic). It was meant for the "millions...and mlllions ..." who weren't around at the time and were not aware of them. If they don't know Sweet Daddy, they probably are not aware of who the Kangaroos were.

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Old 11-19-2013, 03:13 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Please don't tell me the game is over.
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Old 11-19-2013, 04:59 PM   #25 (permalink)
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777 has got to make a fresh list for it to continue
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:45 PM   #26 (permalink)
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D'oh! K, I'll give it a go.

1. Tex Slazenger
2. Mukhan Singh
3. Jason The Terrible
4. Brakkus
5. Paul Diamond
6. The Jackyl
7. Scott Casey
8. Mens Teioh
9. Phantasio
10. Italian Stallion

I'm only doin' ten though.
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Old 11-19-2013, 06:29 PM   #27 (permalink)
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1. Tex Slazenger wrestled in WCW, tag teaming with Shanghai Pierce. Can't remember the team name BUT both men would go on to achieve greater fame in WWE, as the Godwinns. The problem is, going of memory, I can't remember which Godwinn portrayed Tex and which portrayed Shanghai.

4. Brakkus was on overly muscular guy I remember seeing vignettes for in WWE back in the 90s. Not sure if he ever wrestled there but he did pop up in ECW with Lance Wright in an angle with Taz. Guy was fucking huge and obviously roided out of his mind and IIRC, the ECW faithful let him know.

5. Paul Diamond---Now, I know him from ECW, where he and Pat Tanaka worked as Bad Company and I'm sure they worked in AWA, although I've never watched AWA.

6. The Jackyl managed the Truth Commission in WWE. One of their names was Recon, can't remember the other and of course, Kurrgan. However, I remember and enjoyed The Jackyl most as Cyrus in ECW, where he was the heel representative of the network and picked up the slack in terms of heat in ECW after the Dudley Boyz departure.

8. Mens Teoih was a member of Kaientai. Can't remember for sure if he was still in the group during the Val Venis angle (as I remember Taka & Togo off the top of my head, cloudy on Funaki) but I remember him best from the Michinoku Pro 6 man tag at the first ECW PPV, where he, Taka and Dick Togo took on Great Sasuke, Gran Hamada and possibly Gran Naniwa but I can't remember if it was him or if Gran Naniwa is even his name.




Again, mind fucked on the rest.
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My uncle used to wrestle for the WWE in the 90s: Anyone remember Danny Dubiel? He was a jobber.

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5/10 ain't bad, JJD.

The objective was to choose obscure 80s/90s wrestlers. I was actually worried some were too obvious/well-known.

Jackyl also has a history here in Canada as a)'the Natural' Buddy Rich in IWA and b) as a Don Callis/Cyrus hybrid running a small indy promotion out of Winnipeg, No Holds Barred Wrestling (NHB).
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7. Scott Casey was a WWF wrestler in the late 80s if my memory serves me correct. He was on the first Survivor Series PPV but then was turned into a jobber. Like an actual jobber, Barry Horowitz level.

9. Phantasio was a short lived gimmick in the WWF around...1995? 1993? Whatever, his gimmick was that he was a magician who pulled streamers out his mouth. Lasted about five seconds. He wound up in USWA as a member of the Nation Of Domination (yes, I don't get it either) then disappeared.
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