I always thought that was pretty wild too. A fan dove up from the floor and tried to drag Creachman down to Earth.
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Even that wasn't the last hurrah, as in the 90's Atsushi Onita brought the originator of hardcore back to Japan for his FMW promotion, drawing some big crowds with the nearly 70 year old legend in ultraviolent, flaming ring barbed wire extravaganzas. My guess would be their clothes are made to be fireproof. Alex DeLarge is offline.
One thing I heard about was that during the first Inferno Match after the spot where Undertaker knocked Kane out with the chair outside of the ring and pursued Paul Bearer, Kane slipped a flame retardant sleeve over his right arm.
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In a fine article in last month's FSM, journalist and historian Greg Oliver called The Sheik "the greatest heel in the history of pro wrestling.
Selling absolutely nothing, he would hit his man with everything not nailed down, until finishing him with the "Camel Clutch", which in the days before "tapping out" meant you would either scream "I Quit" or just pass out for a ref stoppage.