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    I'm into wrestling - but got to admit, while it was neat to see a real documentary on one of the great wrestlers, this simply was just an average 30 for 30 in my opinion. Had a lot more hype to it because of Ric Flair, because of the WWE and because of what it was - but as cool as it was, it was no more special than any others. Loved seeing the old footage, loved that the Four Horsemen got some love and appreciated the bluntness of Triple H.

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    I never knew RIC Flair had a daughter in the WWW! She is hot!
    Must not be watching wrestling anymore. She's been featured for a few years now in NXT and now WWE. Ric managed her for awhile too, even managed her when Bret Hart was in the corner of his niece Natalya (Neidhart).
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasTerror View Post
    I'm into wrestling - but got to admit, while it was neat to see a real documentary on one of the great wrestlers, this simply was just an average 30 for 30 in my opinion. Had a lot more hype to it because of Ric Flair, because of the WWE and because of what it was - but as cool as it was, it was no more special than any others. Loved seeing the old footage, loved that the Four Horsemen got some love and appreciated the bluntness of Triple H.



    Must not be watching wrestling anymore. She's been featured for a few years now in NXT and now WWE. Ric managed her for awhile too, even managed her when Bret Hart was in the corner of his niece Natalya (Neidhart).

    You are correct sir. I stopped watching after WWE bought out WCW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripod View Post
    If you are a star like he was, then he probably had 2 to 3, or more, women a night on avg. I can see that as a very real possibly
    Now I don't want to be too graphic here, but let's just talk physiology here for a second. While I never made any claims to being a campus Lothario, or a stud of any kind while I was at SHSU, that was the time period when I was at the peak of my, ahhh ... "prowess", as it probably was for most people.

    Now you may have been more "active" than I was, but if I think back on any given time period where my "on base percentage" ... oh never mind, this is getting too complicated!

    Let's just say you can buy his claim if you wish. I say ... Nah, no human could pull that one off!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. OldKat View Post
    Now I don't want to be too graphic here, but let's just talk physiology here for a second. While I never made any claims to being a campus Lothario, or a stud of any kind while I was at SHSU, that was the time period when I was at the peak of my, ahhh ... "prowess", as it probably was for most people.

    Now you may have been more "active" than I was, but if I think back on any given time period where my "on base percentage" ... oh never mind, this is getting too complicated!

    Let's just say you can buy his claim if you wish. I say ... Nah, no human could pull that one off!
    Hahahaha! Yea, it does sound a bit out of the realm of what is physically possible.
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