harvest-will-come said: "Future hall of famer" LMFAO
Between the two of them, the Hardys held 6 World Championships, 2 European Championships, 4 Intercontinental Championships, a United States Championship, an ECW Championship, a Light Heavyweight & a Cruiserweight Championship, and 7 World Tag Team Championships.
All titles aside, the Hardys were a staple of the Attitude Era, ushering in stylistic clothes (for the time), a hardcore diva who can do a moonsault and wear a thong, and helped to create the TLC Match, a match that has been held a whopping 15 times in WWE history.
It’s no doubt the Hardys will go down as one of the most popular and influential tag teams in WWE history and if the Blackjacks and the Valiant Brothers can be inducted to the Hall of Fame, I see no doubt that someday the Hardys will be too.
Fully factual. If you don’t think the Hardyz are HOF bound, you’re insane.
I’ll be attending this. Come say hi. Take a picture with me. Let me touch your butt (gender open).
Bret “Hit Man” Hart becomes the first ever King Of The Ring [June 13th, 1993]
In the finals of the 1993 King Of The Ring, crowd favorite Bret “Hit Man” Hart took on the massive opposition of Bam Bam Bigelow. This match was intense from the get-go, with Hart fighting back on the offensive the entire contest as Bam Bam made his night a living hell. Having already defeated Mr. Perfect and Razor Ramon, Hart was wore down from wrestling for over a half an hour from the two matches combined, whereas Bam Bam defeated “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan in less than 5 minutes, and then got a bye when Lex Luger and Tatanka went to a 15:00 time-limit draw.
During the course of the match, Luna Vachon (Bam Bam’s “main squeeze”) interfered, hitting Hart with a chair and causing him to lose. However, referee Earl Hebner came down to ringside to make sure Hart wasn’t screwed out of the match (ironic) and the match continued, leading to Hart defeating Bam Bam and becoming the first ever King Of The Ring. After the match, Hart celebrated and did a post-match interview with “Mean” Gene Okerlund, getting interrupted by Jerry “The King” Lawler. Lawler accused Hart of trying to challenge his throne, then attacked the new king, leaving him laying by the throne and kicking him in the face. This match set up a feud between the two that culminated in a “Kiss My Foot” match two years later.
Chuck Taylor scares kids 
I had never heard of Chuck Taylor when I saw this video but I became an instant fan. What a mean fucking thing to do, but God, I love it.
The Sandman Vs. Raven 
There are a billion photos from ECW that help you understand just how much passion and brutality the company dispelled. This is one of those photos. The feud between The Sandman and Raven began as a series of matches, but when The Sandman started picking up victories, the master manipulator Raven started using tactical head games to gain the advantage over his opponent. First, The Sandman’s wife, Lori, started cheating on him with Raven. This was hard enough for The Sandman, but when The Sandman’s son started showing up to shows dressed as Raven, it started to hit home and the mental stability of The Sandman started to diminish.
This was such a well-written angle. Firstly, the idea of a man losing his wife to someone else hits home for anyone watching, but when your child starts calling the other guy “dad” and starts behaving like him, it fucking kills. Everyone has either experienced this or knows someone who has, so when this started to come to a head, people were able to identify with it, and the fairweather fans knew who to side with. There were no “tweeners” in this feud, and that’s incredible booking.
Wrestling memes rarely make me laugh but this cracked my shit up.
You know, I’m looking at this flier for Evolution Pro Wrestling’s “Holiday Hangover” and I see a lot of incredibly talent is booked for the show. I mean you’ve got Christian Skyfire, Tripp Cassidy, Pondo, Crazy Mary, Reed Bentley, Heidi Lovelace, Josh Crane, Paredyse, Joe Pittman, a bevy of incredible, talented superstars…
…and yet there’s no #Spotlight guys. There is no Austin Bradley. There is no Kyle Maverick. Hell, they don’t even want me there to manage one of my boys, Tripp Cassidy! What the hell’s the story here?! Did Ian Rotten weasel his way into booking and not want us to embarrass him again? You know, it’s drives me insane to see so many talented performers on a show and yet the best damn team in the area (and by area, I mean, Earth) aren’t booked on the first show of the year.
We’re just gonna take this time to relax, work out, and work up a plan for when we do return to Evo, in a way that they can’t refuse us anymore. I’m shocked that they passed on bringing in some of the most must-see performers in the business, but in a way, I’m glad because we needed the time off. I mean, we can go with the best of them and trust me- we have, but we need to rest our eyes from the camera flashes. See you soon.
“I was actually talking to John Cena about this. He told me Steve Austin talked to him at one show and asked him how things were going, and John said, “The show’s going pretty well.” And Austin looked up at a part of the arena that was tarped off — the building was maybe 90 percent sold out — and he said, “Back when I was here, these arenas were full.” And that motivated John. There’s always something to strive for. So what do I need to do to feel like I’ve made it? I need to be the main-event guy, the top guy, and we need to be selling out every arena every night. Maybe then I’ll feel like I’ve done what I need to do." - Daniel Bryan
Raphael King Vs. Ace Hawkins
MMWA - June 24th, 2013
I’ve been singing the praises of Ace Hawkins for years, but only recently was I introduced to Raphael King. Though the cam in this match isn’t completely steady, the action certainly is. Both men aren’t the huge, bulky guys you’re used to seeing on TV, but where they lack in tremendous size, they make up for with incredible ability and insurmountable heart. Hawkins is on his A-game, fighting back against the larger and more brash King. Unfortunately, the match gets brought to an abrupt halt, but this is a good preview of great things to come from both Hawkins and King.
Harts, 100%. The Von Erich’s never did shit for me.
Kurt Angle and Harry Styles of One Direction 
I wonder who’s a fan of who.
No, I have like a top 20 guys who should have been given a championship run. There are far too many people who were overlooked by their respective companies, but in the long run, we all kept watching so I guess McMahon, Heyman, and Bischoff knew what they were doing.
WCW Starrcade 1994 Post-PPV Interview with Hulk Hogan, Staredown with Vader [December 27th, 1994]
Hulk Hogan celebrates his win against The Butcher with a locker room full of WCW talent (along with a newly acquired main event star, the “Macho Man” Randy Savage) and gets his world rocked whenever Harley Race and Big Van Vader decide to show up.
Dammit, I love this clip.
I cannot see this clip and explain why Vader never got a championship run in the WWE. It literally makes not a damn bit of sense.
Ahmed Johnson 
This picture is exactly why I’m terrified to go to prison. What part of this photo made Ahmed think that he was coming across as a tough guy and not a guy who would paint your nails and cry while listening to Janet Jackson?
I can’t really put my finger on it, but something looks very off about Ryback and Alberto Del Rio…