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Old 01-08-2014, 10:11 PM   #11 (permalink)
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1992 is my favorite Rumble ever. It cemented Flair as my all time favorite wrestler forever!

I'm feeling lazy at the moment, so no wrestler by wrestler comparison, but my gut tells me I'd probably take one of the early 2000s Rumble rosters over 1992. What can I say other than I'm more of an Attitude Era guy than a Golden Age guy?
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Arguably yes, 1991 I'm also very fond of also from the talent within that, not just cause of Martel's long run (his performance is phenomenal next to Flair's the following year, his endurance was unreal and he was constantly at it, which is no diss to Flair at all by the way but is notable) ... the 92 Royal Rumble I love also just as much ... to be fair (to Flair lol) ... most of the rumbles around that time were jam packed with talent, 90, 91, 92, 93 all honourable mentions without any doubt!
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Royal Rumble '92 and SummerSlam '92 are my all time favorite PPVs. The Mountie was such a bitch (he was just as shit when he was part of the Rougeau Brothers and the Quebecers), it was a glorious Piper moment. I've always thought The Mountie's stick was stupid as fuck, I mean, I know you obviously wouldn't be able to literally shock someone with it, but, did they really need to make it so obvious that it was just a sound they blared over the speakers from somewhere backstage? Fuck The Mountie, HE DIDN'T GET HIS MAN THAT DAY.
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1992 is my favorite Rumble ever. It cemented Flair as my all time favorite wrestler forever!

I'm feeling lazy at the moment, so no wrestler by wrestler comparison, but my gut tells me I'd probably take one of the early 2000s Rumble rosters over 1992. What can I say other than I'm more of an Attitude Era guy than a Golden Age guy?
The roster in 2002-2003 was pretty stacked as well.
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I agree such a great Rumble for sure. Quite often I watch the match on the Ric Flair DVD, great collection of talent for sure. Oh and Put that Cigarette out.
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As a NWA/WCW fan, Flair mark, and Hogan hater I loved this match so much.
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1992 is my favorite Rumble ever. It cemented Flair as my all time favorite wrestler forever!

I'm feeling lazy at the moment, so no wrestler by wrestler comparison, but my gut tells me I'd probably take one of the early 2000s Rumble rosters over 1992. What can I say other than I'm more of an Attitude Era guy than a Golden Age guy?
The thing is by 2001 there was no WCW so all the talent is in one place. If you consolidate the talent in WWF and WCW in 1992 it would crush early 2000's.
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"For the Hulk Hogans, and the Macho Mans, and the Pipers, and the Sids: now it's Ric Flair, and you all pay homage to the man! WOOO!!!"
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