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brucedelaney
07-14-2014, 05:46 AM
Some of you may or may not know but I work with a few of the independent wrestling promotions in South Central PA. I was at a show as a representative of my home promotion and my wife happened to join me on this occasion. One of my friends / colleagues was there. His name is Mark Hazel and he wrestles under the name Red Scorpion. This guy 100% looks like what a wrestler should look like since he came to wrestling from the body building world.

Anyhow my wife is genetically gifted in the bicep department. She has some great separation that really makes them pop so I had her and Red Scorpion bust out a Front Double Bicep pose....

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This has been up on Facebook for about 24 hours and has gotten more likes and comments then any other picture or item I've ever posted before.

Hope everyone else finds it entertaining as well.

MrNismo
07-14-2014, 08:37 AM
Great pic your wife look super happy there! And why shouldn't she with arms like those :)

Phattso
07-14-2014, 08:43 AM
Great pic. He looks the part very well. Wife looks great, too.

ajdahlheimer
07-14-2014, 08:54 AM
Sweet pic, BD. That's awesome that you get to work with Indy Wrestling orgs. Who are some other wrestlers you've met?

I was a big fan growing up AWA, WWF, then WWE/WCW. Took a break from it for about 10 years, but recently starting watching it again now that my son is old enough and likes it.

brucedelaney
07-14-2014, 09:18 AM
Great pic. He looks the part very well. Wife looks great, too.

Thank you, He is a great guy and loves being a role model for the kids as well. He refers to all his little fans as Scorplings....


Great pic your wife look super happy there! And why shouldn't she with arms like those :)

Yeah, she was actually laughing pretty good once I gave her the encouragement to pose for that pic.


Sweet pic, BD. That's awesome that you get to work with Indy Wrestling orgs. Who are some other wrestlers you've met?

I was a big fan growing up AWA, WWF, then WWE/WCW. Took a break from it for about 10 years, but recently starting watching it again now that my son is old enough and likes it.

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Hanging out before an event with AJ Styles

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This is AR Fox, probably one of the biggest talents in the indies on the east coast right now... he's likely to break out very soon. He wrestled against AJ Styles at that show and even though AJ won the match, he grabbed the mic afterwords and had nothing but words of respect for working with AR Fox.

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Mick Foley, I was escorting him from Backstage back to the locker room and we grabbed a quick selfie.

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Jeff and Karen Jarrett, they were at the same show as Mick Foley. They are starting a new wrestling promotion that is supposed to compete with WWE. Jeff was a trip, I said something about sucking in my gut for this pic and said "yeah, me too... " LOL

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This is Mandy Leon, she works for Ring of Honor which is where a lot of WWE people got their start. I wouldn't be surprised if you see in more prominent roles in the future either. Not only does she have the look she's got the skillz too.

Have also met Kevin Nash, Coco Beware and Justin Credible, as well and we have Ezekial Jackson booked on our show in 2 weeks. Most of the past shows I've only been security and backstage. I'll be reffing pretty much most shows from this point on.

ajdahlheimer
07-14-2014, 09:27 AM
Great pics. Gotta love Mick Foley. Jeff Jarrett looks like he's still in shape.

Is Nash as big of an a-hole as he comes across in his shoot videos?

I believe Justin Credible was on the infamous "Plane-ride from Hell".

crupiea
07-14-2014, 09:34 AM
awesome pics.

jj and foley are ac couple of my all time favoties.

brucedelaney
07-14-2014, 09:36 AM
Great pics. Gotta love Mick Foley. Jeff Jarrett looks like he's still in shape.

Is Nash as big of an a-hole as he comes across in his shoot videos?

I believe Justin Credible was on the infamous "Plane-ride from Hell".

Yah Foley was awesome. Jeff actually wrestled with Shane Douglas (forgot to mention meeting him) as his tag partner later that night... they both still get around the ring pretty well. As for Nash, he was pretty cool at our show but I've heard stories that contradict that. Justin Credible, I just met him this weekend, I can't say much about him one way or the other, he did seem pretty cool though.

ajdahlheimer
07-14-2014, 09:39 AM
Yeah, I think with Nash--he was more known to be an a-hole to other wrestlers (not necessarily to the fans).

Finger-poke of Doom for the win though!

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brucedelaney
07-14-2014, 09:42 AM
awesome pics.

jj and foley are ac couple of my all time favoties.

I was never a hug JJ fan to be honest. When he was wrestling, the cool thing to do was like the good guys and hate the bad guys and I followed right along with that so I guess that's why I didn't like him then. Now that I'm more familiar with the business a bit better and I've had the chance to meet him, I have a ton of respect for what he's done and is currently working on. He and Karen are pretty good people in my eyes.

crupiea
07-14-2014, 09:45 PM
Bad guy wrestlers are way better than the do gooders. never much cared for the fan favorites. guess its my contrary nature but i find great humor in rooting for the bad guys.

Used to love it when ted debiase would get some hillbilly out of the stands and make him do something foolish for money. saw one guy eat dog food out of bowl. never forgot that and am still laughing at it.d mental h

Also when mankind put a mandible claw on jim ross for saying he thought he need mental help. That was one of the greatest interviews of all time.

I got personally yelled at by the godfather and his hos and it was one of the proudest days of my life. told me to shut my damn mouth and I was rooting for him!! what a great guy

brucedelaney
07-15-2014, 05:59 AM
Bad guy wrestlers are way better than the do gooders. never much cared for the fan favorites. guess its my contrary nature but i find great humor in rooting for the bad guys.

Used to love it when ted debiase would get some hillbilly out of the stands and make him do something foolish for money. saw one guy eat dog food out of bowl. never forgot that and am still laughing at it.d mental h

Also when mankind put a mandible claw on jim ross for saying he thought he need mental help. That was one of the greatest interviews of all time.

I got personally yelled at by the godfather and his hos and it was one of the proudest days of my life. told me to shut my damn mouth and I was rooting for him!! what a great guy

As I've matured, I actually find myself more enamored by the depth of character of some of the bad guys. There are a few that are currently quite good imo. Bray Wyatt (Mike Rotunda's Son) Comes to mind.

When I was considering being a manager for the promotion I work for I wanted to be a heel all the way. I just seemed like it would be more fun. Even as a referee I'm finding myself wanting to be a part of the story line like Danny Davis or Charles Robinson as Little Natche...

ajdahlheimer
07-15-2014, 06:05 AM
I'm teaching my son about the whole heel, face, jobber, "over", "push", etc. terminology. I never realized the intricacies of the production until watching it as an adult. I went to a WWE house show about 5 years ago when I got free tickets to go to my old work's suite.

BD--it seems like a lot of the old school guys (that are still alive) are born-again Christians now. Buff Bagwell, Vader, Shawn Michaels, Lex Luger, etc.

StressMonkey
07-15-2014, 06:52 AM
Nice guns!

For some reason I read the title as "Red Sonja". LOL

brucedelaney
07-15-2014, 12:17 PM
BD--it seems like a lot of the old school guys (that are still alive) are born-again Christians now. Buff Bagwell, Vader, Shawn Michaels, Lex Luger, etc.

Yes, and I think it's great how open they are about it. It's not all uncommon in the indy circuit as well. It's something I'm fairly open about with most of the guys I run with too. Which is kind of funny that I gravitate towards being heel when it comes to my character.

ajdahlheimer
07-15-2014, 12:29 PM
Yes, and I think it's great how open they are about it. It's not all uncommon in the indy circuit as well. It's something I'm fairly open about with most of the guys I run with too. Which is kind of funny that I gravitate towards being heel when it comes to my character.

Bret Hart, who obviously has a history with Michaels (Montreal Screwjob), shot on Michaels about actually being a real Christian though....

Hart mocked Michaels' version of the incident, saying, "And Shawn’s this Christian today; and in his book, he wrote that Vince took a dive and that I never even hit him and I thought, ‘This guy is such a liar.’ I wonder what kind of Christian he is."

djflex
07-15-2014, 07:54 PM
Awesome pics