Boss Man Thursdays: Tell Him Who The Man Is

big-boss-man - CopyAt the Royal Rumble 1999, we briefly entered an alternate universe in which heel wrestlers sought Jerry Lawler’s attention in the midst of their matches. While Ken Shamrock would get up to it later in the night, Boss Man was the pioneer of this phenomena, microcosmic in significance:

I think we all know the answer.

RIP, Big Best Man.

Boss Man Thursdays: No Tresspassin’

big-boss-man - CopyBoss Man and Al Snow feuded over the WWF Hardcore Championship for a whole summer back in 1999. My favourite moment from that whole affair is the following:

Even though Al Snow smiling while being beaten up is supposed to be part of his character, I’ve always liked to think he just couldn’t hide how amused he was at BBM’s ad-libbing. Besides, we all know Al’s an unprofessional bastard who doesn’t sell chairs.

RIP, Big Best Man.

Ten Things I Love About WWE Armageddon 2004

Ten Things I Love About WWE Armageddon 2004

I’ve been chugging my way through 2004’s PPVs this past week. It’s not been easy. Lotta rape, lost babies, dropkicked babies, mentally handicapped characters, that sorta thing. Yeah, it was one’ve those years.

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