I forgot about how much as a child I tried to come up with a mindset like Ernie Ladd. As a result of YouTube, I came to understand just how amazing Harley Race was, though I didn’t like him just as much as a child growing up (I see him as being exactly what a guy is supposed to be; a man’s guy!) . I see him as being a real tough guy who wanted to get into wrestling just to prove how hard he was (is not that what it’s supposed to be around?) . Today, I see the majority of the wrestlers needing a six-pack, and afraid to say what’s really on their mind. It’s so corporate, it is pathetic! For instance, is Harley Race, an old-school wrestler in the territories, facing the”new steroid style” of wrestler that started becoming mainstream in the 80’s. The wrestler he confronted in the movie is Superstar Billy Graham. From the interview, Superstar Graham faces Harley Race out of nowhere, whilst Race is giving an interview. Superstar proceeds to begin flashing his enormous steroid induced arms. I really like it when Rush says to him”I don’t require that pumped up bologna, I am a true guy,” and said it rather peacefully. Superstar waived his hands and walked away in conversation without saying a word.
That’s exactly what I am talking about. Wrestlers of the late 60’s and 70’s were easily rougher men than you see coming from the drapes now; large fireworks, and glitzy, neon-colored clothes. Today’s wrestlers are filled up with coloured tattoos and pumped up, steroid induced physiques. It’s enough to want to make me puke! He said he would beat all off the black”greezy” Bubba Douglas. Ernie was a excellent black athlete. He had been 5-time all-pro with the Chargers and Chiefs. Undeniably, he was my favourite wrestler growing up. He was a proven great athlete, and you can tell in his younger games he moved like a excellent football player would.
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As I said, I do not appear to be alone in this thinking. If you look specifically at YouTube remarks, for shows such as CWF (Championship Wrestling From Florida), hosted by Gordon Solie, you may see nothing but mostly commendable comments from all individuals, old and young alike. But if you look at wrestling, article 2005 or so, you will notice a good deal of people who say that wrestling today is pathetic. This was another stage I wished to create; announcers such as Gordon Solie used real wrestling moves in their opinion:”large hip-toss”;”belly-to-belly suplex”;”catch as catch can wrestler”;”lockup – collar and elbow.” Those are just a few of the phrases that give credibility to the entire wrestling experience. I can remember vividly when I was a child, attending the Tuesday night taping in the old Ft. Homer Hesterly Armory at Tampa. Those were times I won’t ever forget.