Post by abecoleman on Jun 22, 2010 23:53:39 GMT -5
I'm a student in a writing class working on an assignment where I've chosen to write about impressive accomplishments of wrestlers outside the the ring. Ones that pop to mind immediately are Andre's legendary drinking and Gorgeous George's impact on TV and pop culture. I figure this would be the place to find the most knowledgeable people who might be able to help a fellow crapper come up with more interesting examples. Any and all help is deeply, deeply appreciated!
Well, The Rock's success in film is one that immediately springs to mind.
"You're scared of mice and spiders, but oh so much greater is the fear that one day the two species will crossbreed to form an all powerful race of mice-spiders who will immobilize humans in giant webs in order to steal cheese." - Spaced
Post by ultimatekennedy on Sept 2, 2010 19:11:04 GMT -5
I heard in his shoot that "Dr D" David Schultz is now a Bounty Hunter, he was supposed to be on some talkshow (Regis I think) and he had to cancel because the guy he was looking for was getting ready to make a move and he needed to get him.
Remember the kid from the Reverend Slick's video on the big wheel? Do you think that kid could break the sound barrier by how fast he was going?
Post by "Playboy" Don Douglas on Sept 4, 2010 18:38:03 GMT -5
Danny Hodge was a 3 time NCAA wrestling champion who was undefeated in collegiate ranks, an Olympic silver medalist in wrestling (losing out on the gold on a controversial call) and a national Golden Gloves boxing champion. Plus even today, in his 70s, the man can crush an apple with his bare hand.
Sorry. Much like Jim Ross, I tend to take any opportunity to put over Danny Hodge.