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Barrylad. 22. Irishman incapable of growing proper facial hair. Faux-journalist. Fan of beer and hugs. Sinister. Friend to everyone.

Columnist for Pro Wrestling Ponderings - the number one site for indie wrestling coverage.

Blogger for FanOff.com - home of RBR wrestling.

Contributor to Fighting Spirit Magazine in the UK - available in Easons and WHSmiths. US readers can find it on the iTunes app store.

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if only WWE’s graphics were still as good as this


if only WWE’s graphics were still as good as this

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"Huh, whatchu lookin’ at?" *points to crotch*

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Mankind wins the WWF Championship in a three-way match with Triple H and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin with Jesse “the Body” Ventura at SummerSlam: August 22, 1999

Mick Foley’s WWF Championship reign was short lived. The next night on Raw — in Ames, Iowa, — I witnessed Triple H win his first WWF World Championship, taking the title from Mrs. Foley’s Baby Boy.

At SummerSlam — with then Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura serving as referee — Foley walked away with the richest prize in wrestling after double-arm DDTing Austin for the pin. The triple-threat match was a good one (23rd best in SummerSlam history). The match was surreal with Ventura reprising his role as special referee, which he originally did at the very first SummerSlam in the main event between the Mega Powers and the Mega Bucks.

In a Greenwich Street Fight, Test beat Shane McMahon and won the heart of Stephanie McMahon (well, temporarily).Shane didn’t approve of their love — and her heart would later belong to Triple H.WWE.com called it the 24th best match in SummerSlam’s history.

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Parallels between WWE eras: Kane and X-Pac (Attitude Era) and Kane and AJ (PG Era)

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