1. Standard memberDoctorScribbles
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    10 Aug '07 13:55
    I'm just now getting over the shock and starting to grieve. He was such a good wrestler and a good man. His wife must have really pushed his buttons.
  2. Standard memberPhlabibit
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    10 Aug '07 14:02
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    I'm just now getting over the shock and starting to grieve. He was such a good wrestler and a good man. His wife must have really pushed his buttons.
    Still like to stir your chili with the shovel, eh scribs?

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    10 Aug '07 14:06
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    I'm just now getting over the shock and starting to grieve. He was such a good wrestler and a good man. His wife must have really pushed his buttons.
    At least he didn't end up like the Dynamite Kid. πŸ™
  4. Standard memberPhlabibit
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    10 Aug '07 15:03
    Originally posted by darvlay
    At least he didn't end up like the Dynamite Kid. πŸ™
    ...Billington has gone on record as saying that he regrets nothing from his career, and has stated in his autobiography that he would do everything the same way all over again.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamite_Kid

    (see After WWF)

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    10 Aug '07 15:25
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    ...Billington has gone on record as saying that he regrets nothing from his career, and has stated in his autobiography that he would do everything the same way all over again.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamite_Kid

    (see [b]After WWF
    )

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    The poor guy's literally a cripple from abuse of his body, steroids and cocaine. Even if he says that in his book, I don't believe him. He and Ricky Steamboat were my favourites when I was a kid. πŸ™
  6. Standard memberPhlabibit
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    10 Aug '07 15:33
    Originally posted by darvlay
    The poor guy's literally a cripple from abuse of his body, steroids and cocaine. Even if he says that in his book, I don't believe him. He and Ricky Steamboat were my favourites when I was a kid. πŸ™
    I loved them all when I was a kid! Rowdy Rodney, Superfly, Iron Sheik, Haystack, Giant, The Body, etc...

    Pardon my poor spelling of anyone, and all the greats I left off.

    Never was a Hulk fan. Not sure why.

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  7. Standard memberPalynka
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    10 Aug '07 15:46
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    I loved them all when I was a kid! Rowdy Rodney, Superfly, Iron Sheik, Haystack, Giant, The Body, etc...

    Pardon my poor spelling of anyone, and all the greats I left off.

    Never was a Hulk fan. Not sure why.

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    Here's why:
    http://sportsmedia.ign.com/sports/image/article/630/630882/hulk-hogan-interview-20050701022156353.jpg
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    15 Aug '07 12:44
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    I'm just now getting over the shock and starting to grieve. He was such a good wrestler and a good man. His wife must have really pushed his buttons.
    How can you say he was a good man, that was just a character he portrayed on television. Any man that murders his wife and son is under absolutely no circumstances a good man.
  9. Standard memberDaemon Sin
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    15 Aug '07 12:51
    Bryan "Crush" Adams popped his clogs recently as well. It's a conspiracy!
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    15 Aug '07 16:36
    Im still grieving for Latino Heat ....😞:'(
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