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normannomates 2:23 Tue Oct 31
WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
British Bulldogs
Davey boy Smith and Tom Billington..aka the 'Dynamite Kid'.

Fuck me ...shocking stuff.

Tom Billington is an interesting character..still alive..just..at 59!

His family are a family of executioners. ..literally.

I grew up watching these cunts.like ravishing Rick Rude and jake the snake..all fucked or brown bread a lot of em.

Brutal game it seems for staged entertainment

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ChesterRd 10:20 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Went to the first Summerslam staged at Wmbley, sell out crowd and a great atmosphere, what a night that was. Davey Boy was wrestling, Bret Hart, Bushwackers, Undertaker, Randy Savage, Ultimate Warrior, Legion of Doom. Think The Rockers and Hart Foundation (Owen Hart and Jim Neidhart) wrestled as well but might be wrong. Those were the days

Fat Del 3:17 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
'Fuck me ...shocking stuff'

What is shocking? Original post makes no sense.

Eerie Descent 2:53 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
I knew you loved the Bushwhackers, Sold0 son.

Northern Sold 2:45 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Could not stand any of this bollocks staged bullshit.... however... I used to laugh a lot at the Bushwhackers (Both the firm and the tag team)...

El Scorchio 2:21 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Woooooooo!

claypole 2:18 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
There is an upcoming 30 for 30 documentary about the nature boy ric flair should be worth watching providing he doesnt start crying on it.

y2smif 1:24 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
I'm off to the Manchester Arena next week for Monday Night Raw.

Obviously just for my 8 year old boys benefit. I'm not at all interested in seeing the big red machine or the Olympic champion Kurt Angle back on the red brand

Takashi Miike 1:12 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Austin's my favourite too, loved watching him :.)

Pub Bigot 1:07 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
I am amazed at how many people are into it and how it transitions into mainstream culture, especially our culture. As an example, the wrestlers visiting the club, including Triple H telling everyone "'es West 'Am" and doing his best crossed hammers pose.

I wasn't at the game, but didn't 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin turn up at Upton Park and asked the crowed to give him a "Hell Yeah" to utter indifference? He was my favourite wrestler and it was interesting to know his ex wife is an Essex bird and his two daughters were brought up in Southend.

Lastly and going back to my original point, my best mate loves at and laps it up to this day even though we're in our early 30s. The blokes no dunce either, he's a sports journalist and doing well. The kicker is, he's out in Philadelphia in January to cover it and he's er, taking me along to!

I've never seen a big live wrestling event, so I'll enjoy it for what it is.

dolph 12:40 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Takashi Miike 10:23 Wed Nov 1

top work. i'll have a look at that soon.

Takashi Miike 12:36 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
hardwood, Ramon is also in the documentary. try and have a look at it if you can. a lot of cunts attacked Diamond saying he was using the film to promote his business, all I saw was a bloke trying to help his mates

Grumpster 12:19 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Was the best night on TV when this was on in the 80's and the only day my parents let me stay up late on a school day.

The equaliser followed by the Wrestling on ITV.

Wild Stallions, were they another tag team around at the time?

Good times and the best years for wrestling.

Harewood = Legend 11:54 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
dont no if anyone already posted but you should see the state of Razor Ramon he was one of my favourites his nearly dies about 10 times think he was in Diamond Dallas Page Rehab also

Takashi Miike 10:23 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
dolph, there's a good one on Netflix called The Resurrection Of Jake The Snake. Jake got in a bad way after retirement with various substances and the film is about Diamond Dallas Page helping him to get his life back on track. I enjoyed it

claypole 9:18 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Tiger mask v dynamite kid in the early 80s in japan are well worth a watch. Working As an enhancement talent for wwf at the start of his career Mick Foley and partner were pitted against the bulldogs in a squash match, when foley offered a bit of offense Dynamite snapped and punished him with stiff blow deliberately clotheslining foley across his face and breaking his jaw.

ironsofcanada 8:48 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Mr. Burns 8:46 Wed Nov 1

Beat me to it.

ironsofcanada 8:47 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Smith did marry into the Harts but they all came up together in Calgary.

There is story, if I remember it correctly, where Dynamite hassled Honky Tonk to the point of making him cry and got hit in the mouth with a fist of quarters in a later match for it. This resulted in them leaving the WWF and going back to Stampede, I think (or it could be the other way around.)

Mr. Burns 8:46 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
One of the Rougeau Bros decked Dynamite for being a bully. Hand full of quarters did the job.

swindon hammer 8:29 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Norm,

Yeah sorry he wasn't Hart's brother in law but he would stay with the Hart family for long periods and was Davey Boys cousin.

It's not just Bret who told these stories. Dynamite was a renowned prankster and bully who over stepped the mark on many occasions.

dolph 8:25 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
is there a documentary out or something? love reminiscing about late 80's/ early 90's wrestling.

normannomates 3:41 Wed Nov 1
Re: WWF Wrestling : British Bulldogs
Owen Hart was a big tragedy..fell from 70 odd feet ..think Rick Rude died around same time.

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