Future generations won't understand how big wrestling was in the 90s.
@Dangerous Dan Spivey, they will never smell what the rock was cooking
@Dangerous Dan Spivey, if you didn’t wrestle your siblings and use couch pillows as “the chair” then you were doing the 90s wrong.
@BigJohnson86, speaking of The Rock, how long has it been since you've thought of his song "Pie"?
@Dangerous Dan Spivey, they won’t even be able to quote Austin 3:16
@BigJohnson86, well then they can suck it xxx X
@Dangerous Dan Spivey, I went down the wrestling controversy rabbit hole yesterday and holy shjt there's a lot. I was never into it growing up so it's all new to me.
This looks like a piper perri moment
I stopped watching wrestling when Mick Foley retired, which was a much worse event.
@ThePandaPool , never watched wrestling much but watching him get dropped twice from that iron cage.. Now that was a sight to amaze a horde.
@Bad boy Eric, pretty iconic, but what it came down to with him, just like any type of entertainer, was that he did it all because he loved it and that's why everything he did had this great quality and energy to it.
@ThePandaPool , competition is really what drove wrestling back in the day. Wrestling bios on YouTube has a complete week to week rehash of the Monday Night Wars
@Dangerous Dan Spivey, Glacier was the third man
Hey I know Rey Mysterio! He lives in our area and I used to see him at the dog park with his two big huskies. Such a nice guy.
I stopped watching when WWE went PG