Post by KAMALARAMBO on Jul 8, 2013 23:34:29 GMT -5
Anyone remember this? I was just thinking about what the best promotion to showcase young talent today is and it made me think of MatRats. Anyone have any memories of the matches or anything else. I remember way back when they had at least a small online presence, but it seems like the company has nearly been whipped clean from the Net. Although i did find this video:
Some random notes:
*I COMPLETELY forgot that Bischoff was involved with this company.
*Anyone else find it slightly disturbing a promotion built around kids has the name "rats" in the title? After all when most people think of rats in wrestling they usually think of people like this:
Here's the Internet Archive link.you can (or rather, could) load matches directly from the site, but you need(ed) Peer Genius to do it. Oh... And if you look hard enough, you'll find a link to a backyard fed. Classy.
Post by Bad News Hitogoroshi on Jul 14, 2013 17:27:44 GMT -5
Basically Mat Rats was backyard wrestling except with professionally trained kids and better equipment. It reminded me of NWF Kids Pro Wrestling.
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Post by tigermaskxxxvii on Jul 14, 2013 17:41:32 GMT -5
"You're one of these f***ing Matrats. You're not here to work a match or cut a promo, you just hang out. Act like you f***ing live here!"
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