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    OMG dude. The 123 Kid gif wins. What in the world was he trying to do? Jump, land on the ropes and springboard back somehow?
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    Yeah that one will be a hard one to top
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    I loved Rey Mysterio, Jr. in WCW and in WWE. But I got bored of Rey his last few years in WWE. He did everything there was to do. But Sin Cara and Kalisto really make me appreciate what Rey did throughout his career. They'll never be another. He should be in the WWE hall of fame, one day.

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    I loved Rey Mysterio, Jr. in WCW and in WWE. But I got bored of Rey his last few years in WWE. He did everything there was to do. But Sin Cara and Kalisto really make me appreciate what Rey did throughout his career. They'll never be another. He should be in the WWE hall of fame, one day.

    Rey was great in WCW until they demasked him and made him a wannabe be gangster type guy (doesn't really work on a guy who is like 5' 1"). In the WWE I liked him except for that Royal Rumble that it was so obvious that he was going to win (the one after Eddie's death). It just reeked of a token win especially having him come in first (and you knew he was winning) so that basically took out all of the excitement and drama a Royal Rumble should have.

    I'd also have to figure that he would be somebody who would be more appreciated now with the lack of stars than before when he hit the glut of people wrestling. I stopped watching then really but it was loaded with HHH, Rock, Brock, Undertaker, Kane, Big Show, Hogan, Flair, HBK, Orton, Cena etc which makes what star power they have now seem so thin in comparison.

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    Another one of my all time favorites


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    Some gems from WCW




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    In honor of my favorite match and ppv (although not these last few years...), the Royal Rumble!

    I gotta be fair to Flair first and foremost..


    I mean he was the dirtiest player in the game after all..


    No resistance from Bushwhacker Luke..


    Jimmy tellin' Franky that The Mountie always gets his man.


    Warrior getting it from all angles.. I really do hope Rude is inducted this year.


    Poor Ax. Andre looks maniacal. Where ya at, Smash?!


    Remember when Owen kicked Bret's leg out of his leg? I do lol. Jeeze, this was 23 years ago. I watched it live on ppv when I was 8, where'd all that time go??


    R.I.P. big men


    Remember when Taka decided to land on his face after being eliminated?!


    Poor Earl. This should be like a night off for the refs, no?

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    So glad I found this thread lol

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