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Posts by tag: Ronnie Garvin

6 months ago

WWE WrestleMania V: Oh, How It Drags


-Couch, Olevia, iced tea, copy of show. Anything missing? Oh, right, throw pillow. Back’s a little sore from carrying the burdens of WrestleMania IV. I was about five minutes away from calling Dr. Phil Astin and asking for something to help me bounce back.

-So It’s April 2, 1989, and we’ve returned to the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, NJ. Did Vince develop some kind of gambling addiction from IV? The celebrities at this show should have been Pete Rose, Art Schichter, and Rick Tocchet.

-Monsoon and Ventura welcome us to the show, albeit informally, as we rush into America the Beautiful, as sung by at-the-time Women’s Champion Rockin’ Robin. Let’s just say that there’s a reason that she was never asked to do it again. There hasn’t been a single good rendition done by a white person thus far through five WrestleManias. On an unrelated note, did you know that Robin’s here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

6 months ago

WrestleMania V – A Portrait in Wrestling History


WRESTLEMANIA V From Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, NJ April 2, 1989

BACKGROUND The picture of the WWF hadn’t changed much in the year between WrestleMania IV and V. Other than the unfamiliar sight of somebody other than Hulk Hogan being WWF Champion, in this case Macho Man Randy Savage, things in the WWF were seemingly running as smooth as ever.

In late 1988, WWF released their first video game, entitled WWF Wrestlemania, for the classic Nintendo Entertainment System. With Hulk Hogan’s shirt-tearing image plastered on the cover of the game’s packaging, fans who yearned for a WWF-based video game had to get used to this being the only one of its kind until October 1990, when WWF Challenge was released.

Hogan wasn’t just here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

3 years ago

1989 WWE Royal Rumble Review – Couch Groove Wrestling


Hulk Hogan eliminated Randy Savage in the WWE Royal Rumble 1989 which featured Randy Savage, Andre the Giant, and Hulk HoganYou know, I’d be the first to admit that my 1988 Royal Rumble rant was a bit lacking.

Looking over it, I see where I was the most bored and disinterested, and it showed in my writing. I don’t apologize often, but I’ll do so by writing a better rant for this show, the 1989 Royal Rumble.

There’s an underlying message in here. The 1988 show had a lot of kinks to be worked out, as did my accompanying rant. The 1989 show was a vast improvement and my rant, well….let’s cross our fingers. I hope it’s less boring than Dino Bravo’s weight lifting challenge here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

3 years ago

Ten Wrestling Angles That Started Hot & Ended Flat


Ultimate Warrior confronts Hulk Hogan WCWEveryone is talking about CM Punk and how his last night in the WWE will end at Money in the Bank 2011. However, a look back at the history of botched pro wrestling angles should temper the excitement of CM Punk fans.

Fans are more interested in pontificating about what will happen when CM Punk challenges for the WWE title at Money in the Bank in his final match. The intrigue of how this thing ends is more exciting than the match itself for most of us. here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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