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Re: The last match you watched chain.

Post by isrs4life » Wed Jul 26, 2017 9:13 pm

WWE No Way Out 2002
WWE undisputed championship match
Chris Jericho vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
^It was a long enough match which had lots of ric flair chops and whats?

Does any1 remember if Steve Austin was once considered a technical wrestler back in 1996?
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Re: The last match you watched chain.

Post by El Canuck » Thu Jul 27, 2017 2:32 am

He's always been considered a technical wrestler by anyone who knows what they're talking about from the moment he debuted on a TV screen for WCW.
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Re: The last match you watched chain.

Post by Big slim » Mon Jul 31, 2017 4:08 pm

Yeah, he had to alter his style a bit after his injuries, especially the one from Summerslam 97 in the match involving Owen Hart. But yeah, Austin was always a pretty crisp in-ring technical wrestler. Find some of his matches with Ricky Steamboat and Dustin Rhodes (Goldust) from early 90s WCW.
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Re: The last match you watched chain.

Post by El Canuck » Mon Jul 31, 2017 5:53 pm

Or his RAW main event against Mr. Perfect in the spring of 2002.
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Re: The last match you watched chain.

Post by Big slim » Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:55 pm

That's a good one too. But I'm talking peak health Austin. As a character, he was A-1 by 2002, but his damn body was just about done by then. Had that Owen injury not happened, Austin could've gone at least 2 years as a semi-active guy and another 3 as an Undertaker like, once a year attraction.

As fans we were kind of robbed with how good Austin in the ring.
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Re: The last match you watched chain.

Post by El Canuck » Sun Aug 13, 2017 7:15 pm

A full episode of Heat from May 12th, 2002:



If you're looking for a way to spend seventeen minutes, I recommend this episode. Eddie Guerrero vs. Tommy Dreamer, Matt Hardy vs. Mr. Perfect and Rob Van Dam vs. Goldust. Not a bad match on the card, although they do go by quickly, as Heat matches tended to do.
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Re: The last match you watched chain.

Post by isrs4life » Mon Sep 04, 2017 12:36 pm

I rewatched

WWE Backlash 1999
No DQ Match for the WWE Championship
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock

WWE Unforgiven 1998
WWE Championship Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Dude Love

Those two matches i'm really fond about and I use to own Unforgiven 1998 on vhs.
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