He was in the attitude era? Werent they basically just a jobber to the stars tag team?
They were actually Tag Team champions, feuded with tag teams like Godwinns and New Age Outlaws and wrestled on almost every PPV 1997-1998
D'Lo Brown told a similar story how they were all motivated during the Monday Night Wars because they wanted to have a better match or segment than their counterpart on Nitro.
There was a lot of pressure but it seemed everything more fun, especially when WWE gained momentum in the ratings, it was not only a great time to be a wrestling fan then but also great to be a part of the locker room.
But tbh I'd rather read interviews from Thrasher talking about AE than CM Punk when he starts to talk about the AE because at least Thrasher was there
thank god the rocks back and he is so awesome *swooon* the 2 wins against the skinny guy are nothing compared to what he's going to do at wrestlemania, defeat John Cena, introduce the new wwe satelite championship and be the reigning, defending via satelite champion whilst filming hercules this summer, I'm marking out already.
Well I do remember before they were the headbangers they were the flying nuns. But I never remember them having a long WWE tag title reign, let alone having it three times.
LOL Joe E. either trolls around or he thinks the Headbangers is a mix of Road Warriors and Owen Hart. The Headbangers were tag team champions only for 1 single month, they also held the NWA tag team championship when it was defended in WWE, also only for 1 months. They also never defended the titles at WrestleMania. At WrestleMania 13 Owen defended the titles with the British Bulldog and at WrestleMania 15 he defended the titles with Jeff Jarrett.
Also a big at the Hall of Fame induction