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VIsionaires of the Business, and Legendary Tough Guys (If you listened to them)

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- Sat, 24 Aug 2019 00:22:08 EST sBJ6SVWI No.6287932
File: 1566620528869.jpg -(19384B / 18.93KB, 397x493) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. VIsionaires of the Business, and Legendary Tough Guys (If you listened to them)
Post the biggest innovators, creative minds, and toughest SOBs according to themselves. I'll start with Mike "I'm behind everything good in WCW" Graham. Such an innovative genius that claimed he saved WCW 2.5 million dollars in a year where they lost over 60 million. At 5'8" he towered over the dimeless vanilla midgets with tremendous drawing power
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Mark Haskins - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 05:21:53 EST an/i99BU No.6287967 Reply
This is an excellent idea for a thread. I am way too tired to contribute but I don't want it to fall off the front page.
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Jesse Neal - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 06:08:36 EST SjIU5GRF No.6287974 Reply
How many dimes did he draw anyway?
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Jimmy Hart - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 06:18:00 EST urZajq0A No.6287978 Reply
Manny Fernandez always claims he was the biggest thing ever who worked with everyone and that everyone was scared of. The fact you can find more Manny shoots than actual Manny matches from youtube tells a lot.
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Vinnie Vegas - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 22:12:04 EST LtvAlZOW No.6288194 Reply
Surely Hogan has to be on here somewhere, from being asked to be in Metallica to having Shoot Fights in Japan, the guy is so full of shit he should be a septic truck.
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Beulah McGillicutty - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 22:20:27 EST 4i9LE5WD No.6288197 Reply
>>6288187
Mike Graham was the only man tough enough on Planet Earth to kill Mike Graham.
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Teddy Long - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 23:19:50 EST Kqr8c+vw No.6288202 Reply
>>6288187
Benoit wanted to leave and Graham doing that was actually helped Benoit, this wasn't a win for Graham
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Adam Cole - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 10:34:47 EST BXV8tM3v No.6288269 Reply
>>6287978
>>6287982
Manny was a great worker but he's also hilariously carny. He claimed that his match with Abby sold out out Starrcade and that thousands of people couldn't get it. Also pretty much everything about his life before wrestling is a lie except for going to West Texas, so he's like the inverse Dick Murdoch.
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StannisTheMannis !/R33EULsds - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 17:21:51 EST H/FCRMud No.6288334 Reply
Jesse Ventura claimed he invented heel commentary and that he was an intergral player in the Montreal Screwjob, beating up Vince McMahon after the match to defend Bret's honor.
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StannisTheMannis !/R33EULsds - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 17:29:17 EST H/FCRMud No.6288342 Reply
>>6288336
Watch the made for TV movie based on his autobiography "I Ain't Got Time to Bleed." Ventura claims he was the first heel commentator when it had been going on since the 70s. The Screwjob bit takes the cake, though, as it cuts to commercial as he kicks down Notmcmahon's door (they couldn't use real names), Notmcmahon screams and it fades to black. It was on par with "No Mr. Simpson don't take your anger out on me. No Mr. Simpson! Noooooo!" Me and my friend I grew up with still laugh about the movie and how terrible it was.
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Zack Sabre Jr. - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 17:35:02 EST HyGWX4SP No.6288344 Reply
This might the dumbest question, why do wrestlers believe in their own bullshit? Why is it so common in wrestling? Almost every wrestler have their own point of view how over as fuck and huge draws they were.
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Mark Henry - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 17:47:54 EST GtlJpPKS No.6288347 Reply
>>6288344
head bumps, or natural jackassery brought by sudden fame. Sometimes both.
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Violent J - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 17:59:51 EST +u1/ibiz No.6288350 Reply
>>6288344
you have to have some sort of ego or type A personality to want to play fight in front of people in your underwear and actually strive in it for a career.

for some that manifests as a more quiet driven introverted intensity, but for others they become massive retarded carnies
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Rhaka Khan - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 18:00:38 EST r3T/T12j No.6288352 Reply
>>6288344
Fake it 'til you make it, coupled with the fact that in this business you gotta make it big to make big bucks. Ain't no-one else gonna tell you that you're hot shit if you don't think so yourself.

Who'd you rather book/go see, the guy who claims to be the best at what he does/did - or the guy who says he is/was just plain decent?
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Freehaven !zWb42fBPMM - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 18:02:17 EST It2BUKqt No.6288354 Reply
>>6288352
There’s a difference between saying “I’m the best in this business” and “I almost got into Metallica”.
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Rhaka Khan - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 18:11:13 EST r3T/T12j No.6288359 Reply
>>6288354
Yeah, definitely, but saying "I almost got into Metallica" is bound to get attention - even more so than what with the usual "I drew 5 million people in the pontiac thunderdome". In this particular case, it's kinda genious since Hogan actually was at the top of wrestling, so coming up with insane wrestling stories isn't all that interesting anymore. With that kinda cross-media insanity you're banking on getting some outside attention as well.

It's all about one-upping yourself
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Freehaven !zWb42fBPMM - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 21:28:34 EST It2BUKqt No.6288397 Reply
>>6288359
But still, “I almost got into Metallica” is such absurdity that it makes you wonder how much of Hogan’s brain is really left. There comes a point where mild exaggeration crosses over into delusion, and Hogan already crossed that particular border.
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Justin Credible - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 21:41:42 EST GXHNtkkw No.6288401 Reply
I still say there needs to be a video series of Hoganvision where events start out with actual photos and video and as it drifts into Hogan's version of things it turns into like how Strong Bad draws himself
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Finlay - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 22:40:26 EST 4i9LE5WD No.6288409 Reply
>>6288401
I still wanna see the Hogan biopic movie where The Hulkster has full creative control and it depicts the tall tales version of his life, incorporating every outlandish and insane lie he has ever told about himself no matter how self-contradictory or off the wall. Like it shows Andre dying 3 days after WM3 (possibly due to the effects of being bodyslammed for the first time ever brother we can't know for sure dude) with full a funeral and burial scene, then Andre is back to wrestle Hogan again at WM4 with no onscreen explanation given. And the Montreal Screwjob is depicted as "Shawn Michaels shoot pinning Bret Hart in Toronto at Wrestlemania 17 as the crowd chanted Bret Screwed Bret." Give me every batshit insane Hogan tall tale faithfully recreated in a totally serious manner.
Also Hogan at every stage of his life is played by the current day Terry Bollea, who is filmed to look 8ft tall, with a full head of blonde hair well into his 70s and everyone else in the movie plays it totally straight. Also many, many petty fourth wall breaking shots at people Hogan doesn't like
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Freehaven !zWb42fBPMM - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 22:49:29 EST It2BUKqt No.6288410 Reply
>>6288409
And we shall call it…Running Wild: The Incredible True Story of Hulk Hogan.

Directed by Tommy Wiseau, of course.
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Shark GIrl (Male) - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 14:24:43 EST sBJ6SVWI No.6288597 Reply
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>>6288409
We need to convince the Hulkster that he believes this
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Bull Nanako - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 16:38:54 EST LtvAlZOW No.6288630 Reply
>>6288409
The final shot of the movie should be him rubbing sunscreen into his Daughters ass, as the narration goes: "And at times like this, I think I finally made it, brother"
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Finlay - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 16:44:09 EST 4i9LE5WD No.6288636 Reply
>>6288597
I really wish that Hogan's Histories thread had been saved beyond this one screencap as there was some other great gold in there.
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Danny Doring - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 17:10:08 EST b6Ee22oP No.6288648 Reply
>At 5'8" he towered over the dimeless vanilla midgets
>5'8"
>towering over anyone
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SoCal Val - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 17:17:27 EST st+23+WD No.6288650 Reply
>>6288187
Didn't Eddie say in his book this dumbass is the reason why him, and the rest who jumped ship at start 2000 were able to with no strings attached?
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SoCal Val - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 17:23:12 EST st+23+WD No.6288652 Reply
>>6288342
Given that Ventura was persona non grata by WWF/Vince at the time, thats fairly impressive. Do these idiots not know it takes like 5 seconds to look up dates?
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StannisTheMannis !/R33EULsds - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 17:34:02 EST H/FCRMud No.6288657 Reply
>>6288652
No. As far as the network was concerned, Jesse was hot at that moment, having just won the Governor's office in Minnesota. Wrestling was hot, too, as we were still embroiled in the Monday Night Wars. Just shoot it quick, show it, and hope it gets ratings. The movie has the dubious distinction of being shown the same night as Over The Edge where Owen fell to his death.
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Jackson James - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 21:46:02 EST RJV8Oze5 No.6295305 Reply
>>628793
The rock says know your damn role.

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