Episode 01: ECW Barely Legal


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I can sort of see the creativity of taking fun-loving surfer-dude Sting to a dark, Crow-like place during the nWo era.

As for Hall, I have never gotten his appeal. Not in the WWF or WCW. Can someone point to his best moments and matches, because I really do want to understand why he's so over.

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18 hours ago, Dread said:

I literally had to think for like 45 seconds what "Crow Sting" meant. I love Scott Hall more than almost any other wrestler, but is Crow Sting creative?

The original storyline that explained Sting's transformation, along with the year he spent in the rafters, was some of the best wrestling storytelling ever.  Of course, they bungled it all eventually, but having a guy just... not wrestle for that long and be this lingering presence was the most captivating shit ever.

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13 minutes ago, D.W. said:

The original storyline that explained Sting's transformation, along with the year he spent in the rafters, was some of the best wrestling storytelling ever.  Of course, they bungled it all eventually, but having a guy just... not wrestle for that long and be this lingering presence was the most captivating shit ever.

I fucking loved it when there were a bunch of dudes dressed as him in the crowd and no one knew which one he was. Very cool.

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