I couldn't help but notice something while reading your program for that WWF show you attended. Apparently, alliteration was a huge thing in the WWF back in the 80's. Just your show alone with the Blue Blazer, Red Rooster, Brooklyn Brawler, Twin Towers, and Ravishing Rick Rude (I guess you could count "Hitman" Hart) proves that point. Then of course there was Hulk Hogan, Brutus Beefcake, and the British Bulldogs to name a few others. I'm sure there are more (Sgt. Slaughter), but it may bring back painful memories (Bob Backlund), that could scar me for life (B. Brian Blair), if I try to remember '80's WWF. (Hercules Hernandez) Aaaaaagh!!
Now that I think about it, it amazes me that the WWF dropped that original extra W.
Hey guys, I got a funny story for you. I had oral surgery last week, and I've been pretty sore since then...that's not the funny part.
Anyway, as a "get well" gift, my girlfriend got me a copy of The Best of Slamboree, a new WCW video. Well, I decided to watch it yesterday. Anyway, as they get to the 1997 show, they are showing Ric Flair's entrance...if you don't remember, it was his first match in about 8 months or so....anyway, as they pan the crowd, who is in there with a big Nature Boy sign and a "4-FLAIR" North Carolina license plate?
You guessed it, Charles Robinson!! Turns out all that stuff they say on Nitro about him is true, he IS a huge Flair fan. Pretty funny, he has to have had that license plate at LEAST 2 years now, and I don't think he was a referee yet back then. Just thought you guys would get a kick out of that.