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post #11 of 64 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 04:14 PM
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Re: Your thoughts on the 'Dynamite Kid'

An amazing wrestler.

A horribly cruel, racist and vile human being.

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post #12 of 64 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 04:19 PM
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Re: Your thoughts on the 'Dynamite Kid'

He was a dick & a bully, an overrated worker (with an overrate feud with Tiger Mask to boot) & I hold him responsible for spawning buckets of Indie shit like Davey Richards. Dynamite is also a big reason Benoit worked the way he did, including the Diving Headbutt. Which I'm sure led to its fair share of concussions...

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Re: Your thoughts on the 'Dynamite Kid'

He was a phenomenal worker, easily one of the best ever for me. It's sad that many of the current generation, don't have a clue who he is. It's also sad that he's such a bitter human being.

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Re: Your thoughts on the 'Dynamite Kid'

Now he looks really bad. Is it because of steroids?

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Re: Your thoughts on the 'Dynamite Kid'

I'm now reading Bret Hart's autobiography and I've just read about 100 pages. Can't wait to hear more about The Dynamite Kid, even if it's not all positive. He was in the WWF before my era though, I'm going to watch some of his and Davey Boy Smith's matches.
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Now he looks really bad. Is it because of steroids?
I think he said it's because of all the back injuries he got in his career and also spinal problems he got from using the diving headbutt.

I liked Dynamite as a wrestler one of the best in ring workers I have ever seen really should have become a bigger star then he was.

Now outside of the ring he's a horrible and bitter man.

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post #17 of 64 (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 01:12 PM
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Re: Your thoughts on the 'Dynamite Kid'

Dynamite Kid was an innovator in a lot of ways, he could put on a good match. however he was somewhat of a flawed genius in a lot of respects.
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post #18 of 64 (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 01:42 PM
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Re: Your thoughts on the 'Dynamite Kid'

Has anyone got any stories about the Dynamite Kid other than written in Hart's autobiography. Find it quite intriguing being English myself to find out what the bloke was like outside of the ring before he couldn't continue anymore.

I've seen the videos on Youtube from the CNN interview and am aware of an upcoming interview which looks interesting as hell.
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Has anyone got any stories about the Dynamite Kid other than written in Hart's autobiography. Find it quite intriguing being English myself to find out what the bloke was like outside of the ring before he couldn't continue anymore.

I've seen the videos on Youtube from the CNN interview and am aware of an upcoming interview which looks interesting as hell.
You may or may not have seen this, apologies if you have, but there is a little bit about him in this documentary.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZgI8tlVb1U

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJd42mab7SI

Also here is his last match, the other two parts will come up the side in the related videos

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9fPfEE1vog
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Re: Your thoughts on the 'Dynamite Kid'

One of the most amazing workers of his time...

bit of a prick behind the scenes.

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