During our recent trip to the Survivor Series of the First World Wrestling Federation, we discovered that the current Second World War, with the lessons of the past, can certainly bring some improvement, and by observing the battles of the nineties, we learned a lot about the organization of the past year! With wrestlers like Hulk Hogan, Ted Dibiaze, Maho Meng Randy Savage, Extreme Warrior and even Junior she helps to make the wrestling organization the number one in the world. Although we do not know how many lessons from the past are used in today’s WWE, it is certainly a nice trip back in time.
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People loved the ultimate warrior
Tell you what, you think you heard Wrestlemania’s audience go up in flames, but you didn’t hear anything when you saw the Ultimate Warrior do its ridiculous full sprint in the ring. While the warrior’s bragging rights are indisputable and his promotion roles are legendary for their madness, fans swallowed it all in the 1990s and absolutely worshipped the last warrior when he played with his great performances. It’s really hard to get into the madness that was the character of the ultimate warrior, but that didn’t stop these admirers from devouring every appearance of your past.
Roddy Roddy Piper was the original stone
Before Dwayne The Rock Johnson entered full-time service in World War II and became one of the biggest stars of the Hollywood action, there was Rowdy Roddy Piper! The hot-headed Scotsman has managed to get out of the ring and into the commentator’s table and has even played various roles in films such as John Carpenter’s They live and hell comes to the frog. It’s impossible to exaggerate Piper’s spirit and enthusiasm, and his true love for the sport has been revealed by everything he’s done!
The fight was political
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What was really crazy when you look at the struggles of the nineties, was that the current events of that time were often mentioned and that many of the fighters at that time begged President Bush to send them to Iraq so that they could massacre Saddam Hussein. Needles says that we doubt what you would have seen then, but it is certainly a shock to see how involved some of the greatest wrestlers would have been at that time. There was even a place where Sergeant Slaughter himself set his heel on America and entered the ring with the Iraqi flag. It was crazy.
All were large.
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In the world of fighting we don’t say BIG, although of course they were big, we only say physically massive. While there were exceptions such as Jake Snake Roberts and Ted Million Dollar Dibiaz Man who demonstrated their skills in the ring to compensate for the lack of crazy muscles, there were wrestlers such as Texas Tornado, Ultimate Warrior, Hogan and Zeus who regularly took off their shirts to air their muscles.
Look at the warlord. We have no idea what this character is aesthetically, and tried to transfer the stick with the W at the end, but this guy was a big deal in the early ’90s. By joining him, we naturally became characters as the ultimate warrior, and we will never give up our love for the Legion of the Rock, also known as the Warriors of the Road. Every time you hear a familiar voice screaming through the ring speaker, OOO WHAT’S THERE, the baby in there can’t help smiling.
As many managers
Bobby Brain Heenan. Jimmy Heart. A wise man. Miss Elizabeth. Brotherly love. Paul Berer. These are just a few of the many voices in the early 1990s that these spokespersons put to work for the fighters. If Paul Heyman remains the most prolific of the last managers and his work as a crook for Brock Lesnar was legendary, the manager was much more than what he is today.
Junior has ALWAYS been the beast.
If we look at the first fight of the Antasher in the series Survivor from 1990, we can say that this fighter was something else. The intensity of his personality and the efficient use of his movements in the ring made Calaway another beast, and we can say that the spectators were simply enthusiastic about the Dead Man from the first moment they entered the ring.