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    Post by Swarles on Sat Feb 11, 2017 7:06 pm

    i want a peak at the WWFA process for posting these videos.


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    Post by WWF Attitude on Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:28 am

    Step 1. Find obscure wrestling video.

    Step 2. Is it funny/strange.

    Step 3. post video

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    USWA's The Hornet.



    How did this guy not get the chance to be NWO Sting?


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    Post by Swarles on Sun Feb 12, 2017 8:01 pm

    i was hoping there were spreadsheets and formulas involved for finding these videos Sad


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    Getting Nazi Pro Wresters to shill your product, bold move!


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    Post by Swarles on Wed Feb 22, 2017 1:00 pm

    that pizza still looks terrible, you didn't sway me Von Raschke!


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    Re: The stuff that actually happened in wrestling thread

    Post by WWF Attitude on Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:40 pm

    HELEN PETERSON wrote:
    EX-FRIENDS GET IN LEGAL SMACKDOWN Signs turn to fightin' words
    BY HELEN PETERSON
    NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, November 10, 2000, 12:00 AM

    After being ridiculed at a nationally televised wrestling match, a Manhattan man says he's ready to rumble. Saks Fifth Avenue employee Peter Goldschmidt, 37, body-slammed an ex-buddy yesterday with a $10 million lawsuit for holding up a sign reading "P. Goldschmidt Steals from Saks" during a recent bout. The former friend, Robert Catell, of Long Beach, L.

    I., held up the large yellow sign ringside during a World Championship Wrestling event at the Nassau Coliseum on Sept. 25, according to a lawsuit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court. The event was broadcast on the TNT Network. "I can't imagine why Mr. Catell would do this. I guess he is a relatively immature person," said Goldschmidt's lawyer, Michael Mossberg. The lawyer said the two men have known each other since their high school days in Oceanside, L.

    I., but had a falling out when Goldschmidt was unable to help Catell move to a new home. Mossberg said Catell has ridiculed Goldschmidt during wrestling matches for about a year, holding up signs that read, "Peter Goldschmidt, Loser 4 Life.

    " Mossberg, who is Goldschmidt's brother-in-law, said he saw Catell holding a "Loser 4 life" sign at a bout this year. Goldschmidt ignored the earlier signs, Mossberg said. "But when he made allegations regarding his employer, that is pretty serious," Mossberg said. Mossberg said Catell works at sports radio station WFAN-AM and had access to seats near the ring. He said Catell also knew that Goldschmidt was a wrestling buff and was likely to see the signs. Catell did not return messages left at his WFAN office. Mossberg said Goldschmidt is "scrupulously honest" and doesn't steal from Saks, where he works in human resources. The lawsuit charges Catell acted with malice and knew the theft allegation wasn't true. Furthermore, Goldschmidt said in court papers, the sign held him up to "public contempt and ridicule" and caused "great mental pain and anguish," as well as damage to his "good name.

    " The suit also charged that Goldschmidt lost the "esteem and respect of friends, acquaintances, business associates and of the public generally."

    The event this stems from

    TheHistoryofWWE.com wrote:WCW @ Uniondale, NY – Nassau Coliseum – September 25, 2000
    Monday Nitro:
    Johnny the Bull defeated Big Vito in a stickball bat vs. kendo stick I Quit match

    Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire won a six team battle royal; stipulations stated the winners would be the new WCW Tag Team Titles

    Mike Awesome defeated the Insane Clown Posse in a hardcore handicap match

    Pamela Paulshock defeated Major Gunns, Paisley, Tygress, Torrie Wilson, Leia Meow, Chae, and Chiquita in a bikini contest

    Bill Goldberg defeated Scott Steiner in a steel cage match

    Jeff Jarrett defeated Hugh Morrus

    Sting defeated WCW US Champion Lance Storm in a non-title match

    Vince Russo defeated WCW World Champion Booker T in a steel cage match to win the title


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