Bret Hart vs Stone Cold Steve Austin Pt-1
If you ask Adam Copeland (Edge) about his favorite WrestleMania’s, he’ll tell you, as a performer, he preferred the smaller venues, as in the bigger venues the acoustics cause the sound to rise upwards, and some of it is lost, where as at the smaller venues the sound has no where to go, so it seems louder, and more intense to the performers, and even to the SuperStars atmosphere matters.
I’m firmly of the belief that a average show, with a good atmosphere, can become a great show, and conversely an average show, with a bad atmosphere, can become a poor show.
Am I a Dirtsheet?
I guess to some I am, but if I am I like to think I hold myself to higher standards than many out there.
For a start I have a rule for this blog, I’d rather be right, than first.
It’s not my job to make up exclusives, fictional exclusives, to I can pretend I was first to the punch, and thus drawing in readers, so I can profit from the advertising revenue.
At 6 foot 4, and 418 pounds, Mark Henry is hard to miss. He’s the sort of guy that if you ran into in a dark alley you might be more than a little concerned about, at first, but the man nicknamed ‘Sexual Chocolate’ is softly spoken and carries a light handshake for a big guy.
Before becoming a professional wrestler, Henry was a weightlifter, and competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, where he placed tenth in the super heavyweight division. Three years later, at the 1995 Pan American Games, Henry won a silver medal in the super heavyweight division. The following year, he became a North America, Central America, Caribbean Islands (NACACI) champion. In 1996, Henry was sponsored by the World Wrestling Federation at the 1996 Summer Olympics and was signed to a ten-year contract in professional wrestling.
Today, however, after spending a decade and a half with the WWE, Mark has cast his eyes towards retirement.