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  • OK...

    RVD?

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    • No, sorry lost track of this over the weekend.

      Originally posted by Prime Time View Post
      1) I had thousands of matches and about 1 in 10 was a draw (as in a tie, rather than 'drew a house')
      2) I was once closely associated with one of wrestling's many Sheikhs.
      3) I apparently got my start in wrestling because of my first initial.
      4) I am a former world champion.
      5) I both was, and was not, a cowboy.
      6) The Sheikh in clue 2 is almost certainly not the one you're thinking of.
      7) I was a founding owner of a sports team.
      8) Steve Austin once changed my flat tire.
      9) I am, perhaps, no longer welcome in Pittsburgh.

      "The worst moron is the one too stupid to realise they're a moron."

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      • Bret

        I honestly had this idea back during the first 3 clues, but assumed it was too soon after I used him as an answer recently, and figured I was wrong.
        Last edited by PEN15v2; 04-26-2021, 08:27 PM.

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        • Correct.

          To tell you the truth, if it's more than a few weeks ago I'm honestly not going to remember who has already been done. I figure as long as the clues are different enough, it's probably fine.

          "The worst moron is the one too stupid to realise they're a moron."

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          • 1 - I come from a wrestling family, yet while my familial connection was never hidden, I am mostly known by my nick name
            2 - Arguably, my single World title run is not the most known title I'm associated with
            3 - My gimmick was once somewhat passed on to an inferior talent who was also from a wrestling family.

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            • Blackjack Mulligan? Most associated with tag titles, and passed down the Blackjack to Bradshaw?

              Shot in the dark ,to get things moving....

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              • Not him

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                • It's a good shot though. Had me thinking it might be right.

                  I think it might be Curt Hennig? He kinda fits.

                  "The worst moron is the one too stupid to realise they're a moron."

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                  • It's Mr Perfect.

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                    • Damn, as soon as you said it...
                      https://youtu.be/wue-ZFnEta8
                      My latest (and hopefully last) Covid-Era show

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                      • By the way, clue 3 is about Shawn Stasiak, the Perfect One in WCW

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                        • Knowing Pen's cheeky-ness with these, I was at first thinking that it was Ted DiBiasi. Most known for the Million Dollar Championship, and as the Million Dollar Man, and the gimmick was passed down to his son, who was an inferior talent.

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                          • It would be very cheeky to call his unrecognised, 8-day cup of coffee with the WWF in 1988 a 'World title run'!

                            I've not got one ready to go so if someone wants to jump in, be my guest. If not I'll think of something when I get the chance.

                            "The worst moron is the one too stupid to realise they're a moron."

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                            • DiBiase was never world champ.

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                              • Well, indeed. I agree. I could see someone trying to slide that eight day non-reign past, though, since he was in possession of the belt even if WWE don't recognise it. Still, it would make me roll my eyes a bit.

                                Hmm... let's see.

                                1) My most active year in wrestling was 1987, when I wrestled more than 200 matches.
                                2) The first year that I lost more than half of the matches I contested was 1999.
                                3) I have appeared on more than 20 wrestling games, ranging from the NES to the PS4.

                                "The worst moron is the one too stupid to realise they're a moron."

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