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The February 1993 WWF Extravaganza!

by Scrooge McSuck

- Last time around, we re-visited January of 1993. The Royal Rumble came and gone, with Yokozuna earning a WWF Championship Match at WrestleMania IX by winning the 30-Man Rumble Match. Mr. Perfect sent Ric Flair back to WCW in a Loser-Leaves WWF Match on an episode of Monday Night Raw, and other than that, not a whole lot. Crush is being tormented by a deranged clown, and Marty Jannetty's personal demons got him fired (SHOCKER!), but other than that, mostly filler stuff as we approach "WrestleMania Season."

Tatanka vs. Damian Demento:

From the February 1st, 1993 episode of Monday Night Raw. Yes, I know EVERY match is 1993, but it's force of habit, so humor me. Not too much promise to this. Tatanka hasn't had many notable programs, other than lame build in the months before Survivor Series ('92) when Rick Martel stole his feathers. He's still undefeated (with the occasional Double Count-Out), so he always has that going for him. We've got Vince, Savage, and Bartlett calling the action. Demento controls early with clubberin' offense, but Tatanka quickly turns the tables and clotheslines him to the floor. Demento has a conversation with himself, allowing Tatanka to work him over with chops. Whip to the corner, and Demento catches Tatanka coming with a clothesline. Demento with a leg drop for a two count. He stomps away and slaps on a chinlock. Mild "We Want Flair" chant, but in defense of the WWF, it was Flair's choice to leave, and he gave plenty of notice, too. Tatanka starts doing his War Dance version of the Hulk-Up. He lands some chops and the Fallaway Slam gets the easy three count at 4:11. 3/4* Nothing match.

- It's time for a VERY SPECIAL Interview with the man, the myth, the legend... Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake. It's been almost a year since we've seen the Beefer on WWF television, and over two and a half years since he's stepped foot in a wrestling ring. For those unfamiliar with the tale of our old pal Brutus Beefcake, he suffered a very severe, not only possibly career ending, but near-fatal injury in a para-sailing accident on July 4th, 1990. Hours of reconstructive surgery and countless (the numbers range as much as Shawn's Syracuse attackers) plates were used to repair the damage. Maybe he didn't sound too convincing, or maybe his sob story became too much, but the live crowd isn't TOO into his big return speech. It's not like he's talking to crickets, but it's a lukewarm reception. He's offering an open challenge to anyone in the WWF. Will we have any takers? Tune into Monday Night Raw in two weeks (damn those dog shows) to find out!

Typhoon vs. Doink (the Clown):

This is our first look at Doink in action. I'm pretty sure he's only been featured in one squash match on WWF television at this point, so it's kind of surprising to see him in there with a "name" already, even if it is Typhoon (and still labeled as one half of the Natural Disasters, despite not being featured as a team for two months). Doink quickly takes Typhoon off his feet with a single leg trip and slaps on a front facelock. Crowd with a mild "Doink" chant as Typhoon uses his strength to throw Doink across the ring. Doink goes between the legs and takes Typhoon off his feet, again. He works through a series of holds, probably just to dick with Typhoon. He fights free and grabs a bearhug, but Doink rakes the eyes and regains control. Typhoon starts no-selling (he used to be friends with Hulk Hogan, after al) and hits a Powerslam. Whip to the corner, an avalanche misses. Doink off the second rope with a clothesline, and a roll-up (with a WEDGIE, as called by Bartlett) gets three at 3:13. Wow, Doink completely exposed Typhoon for being crap in the ring. 1/2* Not very good, but it served a purpose: Doink isn't someone to take lightly in the ring.

Special Challenge: "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan vs. Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji):

From the February 6th, 1993 episode of WWF Superstars, with Vince, Savage, and Lawler on commentary. Not so much a match, as the whole point is Jim Duggan challenging Yokozuna to see if he could knock the massive "Sumo" Superstar off his feet, something no one has been able to accomplish, other than himself missing an offensive manuever (see: ending to '93 Rumble Match). They do some teasing to get the crowd pumped. First attempt, Yokozuna lays Duggan out on his ass. Second attempt, same as the first. Here we go, one more time... Duggan rocks him with a shoulder tackle! He sets up again, comes off the ropes, and knocks him off his feet to crowd delight! Yokozuna, sore "loser" throws AN ENTIRE BUCKET O SALT in the eyes of Duggan, then proceeds to beat him down like no one ever before, including four Banzai Drops, the final one with the American Flag draped over Duggan's motionless body. He's even spitting up blood to sell the internal damage done. We replay what happened, and close with a tight shot of the crumpled flag left in the corner of the ring. Not a match, but an outstanding segment to put heat on Yokozuna and build him up as a serious contender at WrestleMania IX. Duggan wasn't exactly a top of the card performer anymore, but the crowd's still loved him, and watching his complete annihilation was something to behold. The only negative I can say about this is that it was taped BEFORE the Royal Rumble, so Jim Duggan had to be pulled from the show to sell the attack for the audience that endured the television taping.

Koko B. Ware vs. Repo Man:

From the February 13th, 1993 episode of Mania... yep, it's another Mania EXCLUSIVE, with Gorilla Monsoon and Lord Alfred Hayes calling the action. It's the battle of "two guys with nothing to do." Monsoon and Hayes spend a few moments making fun of Todd Pettengill. I guess Alfred is jealous for taking his job as resident punching-bag of all jokes in the WWF. Repo starts with a waistlock takedown. Koko comes back with a dropkick and headbutts, then scares Repo to the floor by acting like an insane bird wearing parachute pants. WrestleMania IX is two months away, and neither of these men will be there. Koko puts Repo down with an atomic drop, then grabs a wristlock. Koko misses his signature "missed dive" spot, allowing Repo to take over. If this were against anyone important, it would be finisher time. Koko, a true legend of the "pin me, pay me" performers. Koko mounts a comeback with a headbutt, dropkick, and slam. He heads to the top, connecting with a missile dropkick. Repo rolls to the floor, hangs Koko up across the ropes, and chokes him until drawing a Disqualification at 5:07. KOKO WON A MATCH! KOKO WON A MATCH! 1/2* We're not seeing a heck of a lot of good wrestling on this compilation.

Non-Title Match: Tatanka vs. Shawn Michaels (IC Champion):

From the February 13th, 1993 episode of Superstars. Shawn Michaels has new theme music: It's his old music, except instead of Sherri on vocals, it's the person Shawn Michaels loves the most... himself. Vince makes sure to note that Tatanka is still "undefeated." A win over Michaels will put Tatanka into title contention... yep, Vince is definitely in everyone's ears, these days. Lockup, and Michaels takes him down with an arm drag. Michaels ducks under several chops and slaps Tatanka. We get a game of cat-and-mouse, ending with Shawn putting the boots to the undefeated Native American. Tatanka blocks a hip toss and returns the bitch slap. Hard chop and a clothesline sends Shawn to the floor. Vince notes you can never tell if Shawn is really hurt... I know, too easy. Long criss-cross sequence ends with Tatanka connecting with an inverted atomic drop for a two count. Shoulder tackles get a near fall. Shawn side-steps a third, tossing Tatanka to the floor. Back inside, Michaels with a snapmare and elbow drops as we take a break. We return, with Michaels working a chinlock. Michaels hits a nice looking dropkick and pounds away in the corner. Snapmare, and back to the chinlock. Tatanka fights free and surprises Shawn with a small package for a near fall. He goes into War-Dance Mode™, and lays into Shawn with chops (complete with over-selling). Shawn rakes the eyes to escape the finisher, but he misses a Super-Kick. Tatanka counters the Back Suplex, and puts Michaels away with the Fall-Away Slam at 6:34! SHAWN JOBBED! SHAWN JOBBED! ** Nothing terribly exciting, but solid effort for a short feature match, and it sets the table for a rematch sometime down the line. Poor Tatanka... had the credibility with the undefeated record, but there was never an effort to do anything with him as far as Championship reigns.

Typhoon vs. Razor Ramon:

From the February 14th, 1993 episode of Wrestling Challenge, with Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan on commentary. What a special Valentine's Day treat for us, another match featuring Typhoon. Considering how much Doink outclassed him two weeks earlier, this should be a cake-walk for a man who pushed the WWF Champion to the limit at the Royal Rumble. Heenan makes sure to note Typhoon has worked mostly Tag matches lately, so he's at a dis-advantage against someone who works primarily in singles action. Lockup, and Typhoon shoves Razor on his ass. We cut away to the entrance area, where Mr. Perfect has decided to park it. They're still pushing the Razor vs. Perfect stuff, even though they've already started pushing for Perfect vs. the Narcissist? Typhoon with a lazy full nelson. Razor wants a test-of-strength and thumbs the eyes to take control. Ramon controls with the punchy-kicky. Typhoon reverses a whip and follows Ramon into the corner with a clothesline. Typhoon with a hip toss and slam. Whip to the corner, Avalanche connects. Tidal Wave misses, and Ramon finishes him with a fucking elbow drop at 3:56. What is this, an early 90's Survivor Series Match?! DUD Nothing to see here... post-match, Ramon calls out Senor Perfecto, leading to a pull-apart brawl. No, they don't sign a Loser Leaves WWF Match immediately afterwards, but this angle was all but dead for the television audience. Come see a WWF live event, hopefully coming soon to your area!

16-Man Battle Royal:

(Participants: Tatanka, "El Matador" Tito Santana, "The Rocket" Owen Hart, Koko B. Ware, Kamala, Bob Backlund, Typhoon, Shawn Michaels, Razor Ramon, "Terrific" Terry Taylor, The Berzerker, Skinner, Kim-Chee, Damien Demento, Iron Mike Sharpe)
From the February 15th, 1993 episode of Monday Night Raw. Technically it's a 15-Man Battle Royal, as the 16th participant, the Giant Gonzalez, is not allowed to compete out of protest from the other men... uh-huh, and no one ever tried to pull that shit on Andre The Giant? I guess they were too afraid he might sit on their chest and bang their heads into the ground. To the surprise of nobody, Mike Sharpe is out first casualty, courtesy of Bob Backlund at 1:22. Outside of the antics of Kamala and Kim-Chee, there's really nothing of note other than the eliminations. Koko misses a charge and gets sent packing thanks to HBK at 2:23. Typhoon eliminates That Filthy Pig Skinner™ at 4:49. Kamala dumps Demento at 5:05. Owen hops on Berzerker's back and gets dumped out on his ass at 5:39. Way to represent, High Energy. Kamala and Berzerker pair up for what would easily be the worst match possible of all the participants. Kamala kicks him out at 6:15. Kim-Chee helps Typhoon toss Kamala at 6:57. Kamala, sore loser that he is, comes back in and tosses Kim-Chee at 7:20. Kamala would continue punishing Kim-Chee, and chasing him throughout the entire Manahattan Center. This angle is far from over... blow-off at WrestleMania IX? Let's hope to God, no. We take a break, keep watching the chase, and we miss eliminations for Backlund and Taylor (smart money says this taped episode had an awful edit job). Typhoon misses a charge, and he's gone at 9:04.

Final Four: Tatanka, Tito Santana, Shawn Michaels, and Razor Ramon. That's not a bad tag team match, actually. Michaels and Tatanka pick up where they left off on Superstars, while Razor gets to work over Tito. Why not, everyone else does. Santana hits Razor with the Flying Jalupeno, then helps Tatanka double-team Michaels. No one ever accused Santana of working the standard babyface style. They send Michaels hard to the buckle not once, not twice, but THRICE, and gets booted to the floor at 12:00. Suddenly (well, kinda suddenly) the Giant Gonzalez shows up. Razor rolls to the floor as the Giant bops Tatanka and Santana together. He tosses Tatanka at 12:47, and Santana at 12:56, meaning Razor Ramon is your winner by default. What an electrifying finish. Battle Royal's are never that good (typically), and this proved to be no different. A crappy finish for a mostly JTTS Battle Royal. The Giant Gonzales is a "man" on a mission!

Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake vs. "Million $ Man" Ted Dibiase (w/ Jimmy Hart):

Still from the February 15th episode of Monday Night Raw. Ted Dibiase is one-half of the reigning WWF Tag Team Champions. Almost immediately after Beefcake offered the challenge, Money Inc. accepted, with Dibiase winning the proverbial coin-toss. Jimmy Hart isn't so sure about this... foreshadowing! Beefcake avoids a lock-up, opting to strut. I get awful visions of Billionaire Ted in my mind. Lockup, and Dibiase falls on his face into the corner. Beefcake unloads with rights, sending Dibiase to the floor. Back inside, Beefcake grinds away on a side headlock. Beefcake out-smarts Dibiase on a criss-cross and sends him to the floor, again. Beefcake maintains control as I.R.S. makes his way to ringside. Whip to the ropes, Irwin bops Beefcake across the back with the briefcase, drawing the Disqualification at 4:22. 1/2* Not so much a match, but it's all about what's about to take place: Post-Match, Dibiase and I.R.S. put a hurting on Beefcake. Jimmy Hart protests, only to get shoved on his ass (FACE TURN), and Irwin blasts Beefcake with the briefcase, drawing "blood" in the process. The dastardly heels share a good laugh as Beefcake is left laying a broken, beaten mess. What'cha gonna do when Money Inc. knocks your face off you?! Another solid effort in building heat on a future program, but again, the Manhattan Center crowd is probably not your best bet to draw sympathy reactions.

"El Matador" Tito Santana & Virgil vs. The Beverly Brothers:

From the February 20th, 1993 episode of WWF Mania... yes, it's ANOTHER MANIA EXCLUSIVE, and with Monsoon and Heenan calling the action! The last time we saw the Miracle Jobber Connection in action, it was being squashed by the Headshrinkers on the final episode of Primetime Wrestling. All things considered, don't you think Virgil should play a loop of Roy Orbison's "Only the Lonely" when doing his autograph signings? Virgil and Blake Beverly start. Long criss-cross sequence ends with Virgil taking Blake over with a crucifix. Virgil with a dropkick, followed by a Japanese arm drag. Blake counters a headlock with a back suplex, and tags in Beau. He misses a charge to the corner, and Virgil surprises him with a twisting cross body for two. Santana tags in for the first time, and goes to work on the arm. If your thing is workin' the arm, is this the match for you. Whip and a double elbow to Blake. Virgil takes a knee to the back courtesy of Beau standing on the apron, followed by a double axehandle. Virgil eats a Stun Gun as the Beverly Brothers put a hurting on Virgil. Blake works the back and grabs a bearhug... WWF needs more fat guys when every heel over 220 pounds is doing bearhugs. Virgil fights free, only to run into a powerslam. Virgil over-comes the odds, no doubt inspiring a 14 year old John Cena. Santana with the hot tag, cleaning house of both Beverly Brothers. Santana slingshots Blake in from the apron and hits the Flying Jalpueno, but Beau sneaks in with a leg drop to interrupt a pin attempt. Whip to the ropes, Beau sets too soon for a back drop, and Santana cradles him for the three count at 9:42. TITO WINS! TITO WINS! ** Standard tag team affair, or as what many would call it, "Perfectly Acceptable Wrestling." Got some PAW?

Earthquake vs. Bam Bam Bigelow:

From the February 20th, 1993 episode of Superstars. Bam Bam has been back for over three months, and still hasn't been involved in anything meaningful. Bigelow immediately tries a shoulder tackle, but it doesn't budge the 'Quake. Whip to the corner, and Earthquake uses his gut to knock Bigelow off his feet. I'm not kidding, that was the intended offensive manuever. Earthquake with clubberin' blows, followed by a scoop slam. He comes off the ropes, missing the elbow drop. Bigelow takes him down with a back suplex, then starts pounding away on the back. Bigelow with another back suplex. If this were No Mercy on N64, he'd be flashing "Finisher" for two huge Super-Heavyweight takedowns. Quake makes the comeback, crushing Bigelow in the corner. He charges in for an Avalanche, but meets the post, and falls to the floor, where he's Counted-Out at 4:05. Weak. * Short big-man power match. Couldn't even give Bigelow a pinfall victory here? I might have missed it earlier, but I'm pretty sure this was a Loser Leaves WWF Match.

WWF Tag Team Championship Match:
Money Inc. © vs. High Energy:

(Ted Dibiase & Irwin R. Schyster vs. Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware)
From the February 21st, 1993 episode of Wrestling Challenge, with the Gorilla and the Brain calling the action. Monsoon questions whether or not Jimmy Hart will be in the corner of the Champions. My money says "no." Who did High Energy beat for this title shot, the dream team of Scott Bazo and Brian Costello? Dibiase starts with Koko. Lockup, Koko off the ropes with a shoulder tackle and cross body for an early near fall. Dibiase pounds away in the corner, but a whip is reversed. Koko charges, missing a knee to the buckle. Owen tags in and quickly goes for the arm. I.R.S. tags in, only to be cleared from the ring with a dropkick. Koko from the second rope with an axehandle, and he's still selling the knee. The knee gives out on a leap frog, forcing Owen back in, working the rest of the match solo. DO YOU BELIEVE IN MIRACLES?! Dibiase pounds away on Owen and lays him out with a clothesline. Double slam from the Champions. I.R.S. drops a pair of elbows, and a double clothesline gets two (Dibiase pulled him up). Double Suplex, and again, they pull him up at two. Dibiase with a suplex. He pulls Owen up again, so referee Bill Alfonso calls for the Disqualification at 6:09. Here comes Bret Hart to clear the ring... that seems very random. 3/4* Not much of a match, just Money Inc. taking liberties with Owen having to work the match by himself. High Energy are declared the winners as Bret's music plays. Poor Owen, always in the shadow...

Virgil vs. "The Narcissist" Lex Luger:

We're still from the February 21st episode of Wrestling Challenge. Luger made his in-ring debut a few weeks back on Monday Night Raw, but this is his first "feature" match. His entrance and longing for his reflection is probably going to be longer than the actual match. I know a lot of people look down on it, but I LOVED the Narcissist gimmick. If there was ever a gimmick perfectly suited for Lex Luger, it's this guy. We actually have to take a commercial break for Luger's entrance! Luger vs. Perfect is already confirmed for WrestleMania IX. Lockup, and Luger shoves him right on his ass. Luger manhandles Virgil in the corner, but misses a charge. Virgil unloads with rights. Whip to the corner, and Luger comes exploding out with a clothesline. Luger comes off the ropes with a big forearm and pins Virgil with the pinky finger at 1:05. DUD Thought so. That's a powerful forearm, able to knock someone out with such ease.

Tatanka & The Nasty Boys vs. Shawn Michaels (IC Champion) & The Beverly Brothers:

From the February 22nd, 1993 episode of Monday Night Raw. If you missed it, it was less than two weeks ago on Superstars where Tatanka pinned Shawn Michaels in a Non-Title Match. The Nasty Boys have been hot on the tails of Money Inc., and the Beverly Brothers are in JTTS limbo... I think the faces have the slight advantage. Tatanka vs. Shawn for the IC Title is confirmed for WrestleMania IX! It's a wild brawl before the bell rings, with the faces clearing the ring with ease. Double Pit-Stop to the Beverly Brothers. Blake's over-selling would make Dolph Ziggler shake his head. Shawn with a diving elbow on Knobbs, then some illegal double teaming from the Beverly Brothers while the referee is distracted. Knobbs comes back with clotheslines and tags out to Tatanka, chasing Shawn from the ring in the process. Saggs with a shoulder breaker on Beau, but it only gets two. Way to kill Papa Shango's finisher! Tatanka finds himself in the wrong corner, but still manages to fight out of a 3-on-1 situation.

We come back from commercial, and Bartlett actually gets a good joke in (they weren't really wrestling, they just started up as we came back from commercial). Knobbs gets dumped to the floor, and greeted by Shawn with a visit to the ring steps. the Beverly Brothers with the leap-frog splash across the back for a two count. Blake works the back with an excruciating BEARHUG! Shawn meets the post on a charge, and Beau cuts off the tag. Knobbs keeps hanging in there, eventually making the hot tag to Tatanka. He gets the plessure of working over Michaels, with chops of course. He stradles Shawn across the top rope and shakes him off. Clothesline and a powerslam gets two. Beverly Brothers run in and get laid out with chops. Tatanka goes into his War-Dance, and comes off the top with a Super-Chop for two. Tatanka with the Fallaway Slam, but Beau breaks the cover. The Nasties clear the ring, leaving it down to Tatanka and HBK. Shawn goes for the back suplex, but Tatanka counters with a sunset flip, and it's good for the three count at 12:41. That's two times Tatanka has pinned Shawn Michaels in less than two weeks! *1/2 Too slow at times. It felt more like Nasty Boys vs. Beverly Brothers, with minimal involvement from Shawn and Tatanka until the finish (the only part of the match to really get the crowd going). I'm usually very generous with 6-Man Tags, but I wasn't feeling this.

Crush vs. "Terrific" Terry Taylor:

Still from the February 22nd episode of Raw. Crush has fully recovered from the vicious attack at the hands of Doink the Clown that took him out of the Royal Rumble, and now we're set for a big showdown at WrestleMania IX. Crush vs. Doink, who do you got? We come back from a commercial break with the match already in progress. Crush shoves Taylor on his ass and grabs a side headlock. Criss-cross sequence concludes with a dropkick from Crush. He lifts Taylor up and drops him with a press slam. Taylor goes to the eyes and hangs Crush across the top rope. AWFUL "comedy" bit between Vince and Rob Bartlett doing an impression of Arnold Shwartzenegger as Taylor works an electrifying chinlock. Taylor with a jaw-buster and swinging neck breaker for two. Crush offers a ho-hum comeback. He connects with an inverted atomic drop, followed by a clothesline. Whip to the ropes, and he catches Taylor with a tilt-o-whirl backbreaker (that was his finisher in the arcade game, Wrestlefest!). Crush with the Cranium Crunch, and Tayor submits at 3:51. * Paint-by-Numbers stuff to build up Crush for WrestleMania IX.

- Vince McMahon is standing by for a VERY Special Interview with none other than THE IMMORTAL HULK HOGAN! After a ten-month absence, Hulkamania is back Jack, and along with his friend-to-the-end Brother Bruti, they're issuing a challenge to the Multi-Million Dollar Man and that no-good I.R.S, dude. Hulk Hogan is publicly going to thank the Big Man Upstairs (mostly cheers) and Jimmy Hart (less cheers) for taking care of his best friend Brutus, brother. OK, so I ripped off that last joke. I don't think it came as too much of a surprise that Hulk Hogan is back, but only to appear in a match for the Tag Team Championship Match? That doesn't seem right.

- Someone dares put The Undertaker and Skinner out there with about 5-minutes left of broadcast time on the February 22nd episode of Raw. After Undertaker's entrance, a quick cut to commercial, and another cut to promotional considerations (a.k.a video games and WWF products), we have 30-seconds worth of match and are promised to see the conclusion "next week", a conclusion that was never mentioned again. I'm pretty sure Skinner won, though.

Big Boss Man vs. Doink (the Clown):

From the February 27th, 1993 episode of Superstars, but Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan are calling the action. Odd. Doink comes to ringside with a mysterious box, and wallops Boss Man with it before the bell. Doink takes the Boss Man down with a neck breaker, then grabs a crossface. Boss Man fights back to his feet, only to be brought down with a drop-toe hold and trapped in a single-leg Boston Crab. Heenan manages to work in some cheap jokes at Boss Man's expense, just for old times sake. Doink with a fireman's carry, followed by a leg drop across the arm. He heads to the top rope, but he must be suffering from Flair-itus, getting slammed off for his efforts. Boss Man with a stiff looking clothesline, followed by a big boot. He lays into Doink with rights and comes down across the back with a splash. He comes off the ropes, slides to the floor, and connects with an uppercut. Whip to the corner and Boss Man follows with an avalanche. Doink fumbles through his jacket, sprays Boss Man in the eyes with some kind of green ink, and gets the three count... but referee Joey Marella notices the huge glob of green on Boss Man's face, and calls for the Disqualification at 4:16. Doink continues beating up on the Boss Man, just for the hell of it. 1/2* Another match that was more to get over how dastardly Doink is and that he could and would do anything to win a match. Don't look, but I think this was contested under "First To Be Covered in Green Food Coloring Leaves the WWF" rules.

Final Thoughts: A lot more diversity featured this month, in comparison to January, which turned out to be a lot of matches featuring Mr. Perfect and Shawn Michaels (not that I'm complaining). Not much as far as great wrestling is concerned, but a lot of angles featured as we rapidly approach WrestleMania IX: Yokozuna destroying American "icon" Jim Duggan, Tatanka scoring two pinfall victories over the Intercontinental Champion, Doink the Clown emerging as more than an annoying pest who hangs around the ring, the returns of Brutus Beefcake and THE IMMORTAL Hulk Hogan, and some fond farewells to guys like the Big Boss Man and Earthquake. There's a little bit of everything here for all tastes, which makes sitting through a 2 and a half hour block of this stuff feel less like a chore.

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