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19 hours ago, SaitoRyo said:

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Love that even though Ali is 6ft2 and Hogan is 6ft6 ish, they still have them both stood on a box to make them look even bigger! Classic Vince McMahon.. 

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Not sure this is quite on topic but my Grandad passed recently and while going through a box of old photos found this one of him that I never knew existed and it couldn't have made me any happier.

Maybe something's gone over my head, but that's also a fake.

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18 hours ago, Nostalgia Nonce said:

What's with Hogan's right hand? Absolutely no bicep tensing going on there.

I'm guessing from everyone else's eyeline, that this is a reporter/behind the scenes shot either before or after the official one.

Literally seconds before by the looks of things.

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Having seen WWA mentioned in another thread and realising I’d never seen any of it, I checked YouTube. 

4 minutes in and this happened.

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It wasn't unusual for WWF guys to be working limited outside bookings at that time anyway - it's not just Bret that worked that show; Mankind wrestled Sabu earlier on the card, WWF talent worked the Brian Pillman Memorial Show the following two years, and WWF guys regularly worked USWA in '96/'97. 

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3 minutes ago, BomberPat said:

It wasn't unusual for WWF guys to be working limited outside bookings at that time anyway - it's not just Bret that worked that show; Mankind wrestled Sabu earlier on the card, WWF talent worked the Brian Pillman Memorial Show the following two years, and WWF guys regularly worked USWA in '96/'97. 

Exactly, different time. Also, I'd imagine there was a lot of respect there with it being Funk's 'retirement' show, too. 

It's such a weird and fun card. I've seen stuff like the Bret/Funk match and Dory Jr./RVD but it'd be nice to see it all. I know there are DVD versions out and about but it'd be a good addition to the WWE Network one day (the Bret/Funk match is already there as a Hidden Gem so I'm assuming they'd have the rights). 

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