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A wrestler's gimmick or character can fundamentally change how we perceive them and how much we enjoy their work. Though great workers can often shine through whatever gimmick they're given, finding a character that suits a guy well can really help get
Inter's results in the last 15 Serie A games: WWWWWWWWWWWWWWW One more, and its an all time european record! Lets start the count down! Forza Internazionale!!!
Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks beat two jobbers. Hawkins and Reks are doing some new stipper “Magic Mike” dance gimmick now. Ha! How PG? not sure about this one!
I grabbed a few T206's on ebay today, and I noticed one of them was labeled "The Lionel Carter Collection." I didn't win the card; somebody beat my bid. There's one other Carter T206 on ebay at the moment, an SGC50 for Jim Scott. Actually, it's a really
Lionel Messi Profile: - Full Name: Lionel Andres Messi Cuccitini - Date/Place of birth: 24/06/1987 (Rosario) - Height: 1,69 - Nationality: Argentina & Spain - Player's agent: Jorge Messi - Contract until: 30/06/2016 - Home
The one thing that is putting me off wrestling is the lack of gimmicks and good ones at that. There have been some amazing turn around in some superstars careers down to gimmick changes and some pretty awful ones too. For example Ringmaster to Ston
Anyone think that Vince might ever go with this kind of gimmick? I know I know its a bit of an ask from the WWE and the actual wrestler who would play it, I just think its something that could be insanely over (as a heel obviously ) The WWE could