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"you're so full of bullshit, you're starting to stream the smell from your computer when you type.  I better grab my bottle of Febreeze and start spraying cause the smell is getting overwhelming. "
 
HYPOCRITE!
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LOL!  I got you again.  This is getting fun.  I slag you off and you can't provide any comebacks.
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I can't stand him at all and absolutly despise the guy but give credit where credit is due, he kicks f*cking arse. The guy is one hell of a wrestler but i do wish they wouldn't bring him in. Orton doesn't really need to be putting him over at this time. And, as said by Hulkamania4eva, watch his Japanese stuff if you think all wrestling is technical stuff and can't realise that it doesn't matter about the number of moves you do.
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Amen to that! Love him or hate him noone will EVER do more for wrestling than Hogan has done. I mean come one it's the immortal one! Why all the hate towards legends if it weren't for Hulk we'd be catching our wrestling in shitty armory's and crappy gymnasiums. 

I say to hell with it bring him back just to piss off all you people that hate on him!

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Originally posted by Maria Maria wrote:

LOL!  I got you again.  This is getting fun.  I slag you off and you can't provide any comebacks.
 
Comeback? You called me childish yet, previously used a childish remark. Doens't being a hypocrite bother you at all? Offcrouse not, your a moron who doesn't know the meaning.
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Guys, this isn't about hypocrites, this is about Hulk Hogan in his heel persona.

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Are you insane? Seriously? Maria made a childish post and I responded. She returned by laughing at my childish comment after she jsut amde one. She is a hypocrite.
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I gave the guy credit for what's he's done 50 years ago but I hate the fact that he can still come back in and get put over people that far more deserve to be put over than him.  If he loses, it doesn't hurt his credibility at all.  If he wins, it just makes people despise him more. 
 
 
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Originally posted by Maria Maria wrote:

I gave the guy credit for what's he's done 50 years ago but I hate the fact that he can still come back in and get put over people that far more deserve to be put over than him.  If he loses, it doesn't hurt his credibility at all.  If he wins, it just makes people despise him more. 
 
 
 
This is true. I always thought the best matches and feuds were those who benefitted both performers. As an example: When someone got into a match with Bret Hart, or Ric Flair in his prime, the work rate was amazing, and both wrestlers usually came out better after the fact.
 
In truth, I don't see how "the other guy" benefits from a Hogan match, especially if more times often than not we already know Hogan is going to win. Hogan matches are sort of a "nice trip down memory lane", but these days, no one brings their A game into a Hogan match.
 
 
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Wresters don't need to with Hogan. Working with Hogan is easy because he has the crowd in the palm of his hand. Back in 2002 (and I got this form an Interview with Chris Jericho from another site), he was working alot of house shows with the Smackdown guy and Hogan would come in to talk aout the match. They basically told him to jsut show up and jericho's reasoning for it was becuase working wiht Hogan was so easy. They way he could handle a live crowd made it so easy for them to put the match together.
 
They way i see it in my opinion is that if your in the match with Hogan your status is increased. Your stock is increased. The guy worked main event programs with Big Boss man and bad News Brown. Bad News has gone on record as saying it was teh easiest match he worked and he couldn't hear himself think when Hogan came out.
 
The difference between Bret and FLair si this. Flair had great matches with great opponenets. Funk, Rhodes, Steamboat etc. Hart had great matches with EVERYONE. From Bam Bam to Hakushi etc. They weren't terrible but not in the class of the guys Flair wrestled. That makes Bret the better worker. 


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