Would Meng/Haku come close to being the most intimidating wrestler who is not a hoss? Or would you consider him a hoss?
Depends on how you define hoss.
For me, that is a guy that has a tough guy look, but also is booked as a guy that can straight up just kick your ass.
In his early days, he wasn't booked as such. But once he went to WCW, they booked him like a hoss, and he stayed that way the rest of his career. Even when he became a lower card guy at the end of his WWE run, he still was treated as a guy that was dangerous.
Post by carp (SPC, Itoh Respect Army) on Dec 24, 2012 18:49:46 GMT -5
"She might have 12 times the knowledge and experience of wrestling that I do, but this kid's probably never dropped out of high school & made her parents cry, probably never had to quit being an idol thanks to depression, probably never failed the job interview for an escort club. I got my own 12 years of experience."
Post by Andrew is Good on Dec 24, 2012 23:04:33 GMT -5
I heard a lot about Taz. I was talking to someone while I was travelling who was a fan of wrestling, and we were talking about small guys being intimidating, and he brought up Homicide. For me was Jimmy Jacobs during the whole flipping out after Lacey deal. His was intimidating simply based on how psychologically damaged he was. He wouldn't beat you up in a bar, he'd just take you out back and stab you to death.
Post by Magic knows Black Lives Matter on Dec 24, 2012 23:49:48 GMT -5
Benoit scared the shit out of me.
No pictures, no gimmicks
Magic's list of people he's f***ing with rn: John Cena (Da God) Rey Mysterio (Living Legend) Handsome Rusev (New Japan, strap him up) R-Truth (He saves every segment he's in) Charlotte (The Queen) Hiroshi Tanahashi (Da God of NJPW) Bandido (Mans is too nice) Ricky Starks (Stroke Daddy)