Although his mic work was...well...terrible, I still marked for Tunney.
Well, he wasn't a guy hired for on-air talent. Jack Tunney was just a regular business guy in the industry who promoted & ran shows up in Canada that was rewarded for his years of hard work (I believe he specifically worked a deal to get the WWF exposure in Canada) by being hired, still doing his own business and also becoming a part-time on-air personality.
And back then, the figurehead corporate guy was not always showing up and feuding with the wrestlers and winning title belts.
THOSE were the days, dammit...
I remember getting a WWF mag, and in it was an article with Tunney not allowing a WM 6 rematch. I was like that bastard!
Where the hell were offensive line!! Your main job was to protect this man!!!!