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What is your opinon these wrestlers careers?Dutch Mantel and Eddie Gilbert?
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Old 27 May 2010, 10:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What is your opinon these wrestlers careers?Dutch Mantel and Eddie Gilbert?

What match did you enjoy seeing the most?

stop posting if your not smart enough to be on here.

It would be nice for some of these people would go over to some you tube type site and just get knowledgable about the history of the industry.
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@TiFFANy : That is a stupid excuse. Pro-wrestlers do bleed in the ring. And guess what, its not by blading anymore, but by accidents that occur when they actually do moves. Get it? Real action going on. Its not really a fight, but still happening. Pretty much just contradicted yourself with the they don't bleed argument. If your gonna insult pro-wrestling, atleast use a plausible arguement.

Dutch Mantel. If people don't know this guy, its a shame. Not only is he a great wrestler, but he has a great eye for talent. People don't know this, but he is credited for helping make the blade runners huge (Sting and Ultimate Warrior), teaching and training Undertaker and Kane about wrestling, and helping in creating the Stone Cold Steve Austin character. Plus recently, he is the guy that brought Awesome Kong to TNA. I guess all I can say is, he is a great manager and booker.

My favorite match of Mantel has to be 1982 vs Jerry The King Lawler. Can't remember event?

Eddie Gilbert: Another great booker. Its a shame he died in 1995 due to pain killers and that heart attack. I can't say I know a lot about him, but he won booker of the year in 1988, and he was one hell of a tag team wrestler. To be honest, the only thing I remember about him was the Battle for New Orleans Angle in 1987 which featured Sting before he was really famous. That angle alone, was my favorite match of Eddie Gilbert. It involved them brawling backstage and everything. Well, it wasn't a match, but it was a great segment created by Eddie Gilbert himself,
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