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  • The First Half is All Worth Seeing Here.
    Before I begin with my review, the reason I am writing this one is because a few days ago a friend of mine and myself were discussing about the previous WrestleManias after viewing WrestleMania 24. WrestleMania VIII came up and we agreed that the event was uneven. This is why...

    Shawn Michaels vs Tito Santana. This was during the end of Santana's career as he gave the young Shawn Michaels a quality match to put over his new character "The Heartbreak Kid". The ending was a little wierd that to this day, I do not understand what happened but the match is good.

    The Undertaker vs Jake "The Snake" Roberts. Taker was starting to become over with the crowd considering that he got a good reception from the crowd. The psychology of the match was well done as Roberts did his job to put over Taker as the dominate force in the WWF and the match was not bad either.

    Intercontinental Champion Rowdy Roddy Piper vs Bret Hart. First of all, the pre-match interview was one of my favorite build-ups for a match ever as it was funny, entertaining and well done. Anyways about the match, this is a lost classic. Both men not only deliver a great wrestling match but also deliver great storytelling especially both men teasing a surprise heel turn even though neither are heels. Great performance here and one of the better matches that Hart & Piper had in their careers.

    Virgil, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Big Bossman & Sgt. Slaughter vs The Nasty Boyz, Repo Man & The Mountie. The true highlight of this match was the late Ray Combs insulting the heels before the match. After that, nothing special happens here as this was just a short filler.

    WWF Champion Ric Flair vs Macho Man Randy Savage. First and foremost, this is the REAL main event of WrestleMania VIII and should have been the last match on the card. Flair & Savage deliver an intense contest with twists and turns that would have you guessing on who is going to win this match. In fact, this is my favorite encounter that these two had. Tremendous effort and truly the best match of this event.

    Tatanka vs Rick Martel. After the awesome Flair/Savage encounter, this match is decent but should have been shown before the WWF Title match.

    Tag Team Champions Money INC vs The Natural Disasters. Here is where WrestleMania VIII loses its luster. This match is horrible with very little action and the cheap countout did not help the match either. Its a shame considering how good Ted Dibiase & IRS were at the time.

    Owen Hart vs Skinner. This match lasts eight seconds and nothing else can be said about that.

    Hulk Hogan vs Sid Justice. I don't care who says it but to me, other than WrestleMania IX, this is the worst main event in the history of WrestleMania. For all the build-up surrounding this match, nothing happens at all in this contest. Hogan & Sid put me to sleep with the restholds that I only paid attention to the ending, which was a failure in itself. The Ultimate Warrior returns in the end but who cares if the match sucked.

    Overall, if you want to watch this event, watch it for the great first half. The first half has two classic title matches, HBK's first singles match at WrestleMania and Undertaker starting his streak. The second half is just crap and brings the show to hell with no return....more info
  • WWF Wrestlemania 8
    WWF WrestleMania 8
    4/5/92
    Hooiser Dome Indianapolis,Indiana
    On Air Commentators;Gorilla Monsoon,and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan

    Shawn Michaels defeated El Matador/Tito Santana.

    The Undertaker defeated Jake "The Snake" Roberts(The Undertaker tombstones Roberts on the arena floor.Then gets him in the ring and covers him for the pin.Roberts wouldnt return to the WWF until 1996).

    Intercontinental Championship Match;
    Bret Hart defeated "Rowdy" Roddy Piper to win the Intercontinental Championship.(***** match,one of the best matches in Brets career).

    Virgil,The Big Bosman,Jim Duggan and Sgt Slaughter defeated The Repo Man,The Mountie and The Nasty Boys.

    WWF Championship Match;
    "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated Ric Flair to become the new WWF Champion after an rollup.

    Tatanka defeated Rick "The Model" Martel(They would end up having another match at the 1992 Survivor Series).

    WWF Tag Team Championship Match;
    The Natural Disasters defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Money Inc by countout however the Natural Disasters do not win the tag team titles.

    "The Rocket" Owen Hart defeated Skinner

    Hulk Hogan defeated Sid Justice(Sid Vicious/Sycho Sid)by disqualification after interference from Harvey Wippleman.(After the match an unknown guy Papa Shango(The Godfather) makes his way to the ring and him and Sid Justice pound on Hogan.Then the Ultimate Warrior returns last seen after SummerSlam 1991 and takes out Papa Shango,then Hogan takes out Sid Justice and then the Warrior/Hogan celebrate after the match before Wrestlemania 8 comes to an close).

    Overall an good Wrestlemania.The best matches were Shawn Michaels vs Tito Santana,The Undertaker vs Jake the "Snake" Roberts,Bret Hart vs "Rowdy" Roddy Piper for the Intercontinental Title in an rare "face vs face" match,"Macho Man" Randy Savage vs Ric Flair for the WWF Championship,and Hulk Hogan vs Sid Vicious.

    1992 also signified an change in the WWF.Hogan would soon leave the WWF not returning to Janury of 1993 and then leaving by June of 1993, The Ultimate Warrior would leave the WWF and week before the 1992 Survivor Series not returning until 1996 before getting yes fired again, and Ric Flair would leave the WWF in early 1993 not returning until nearly 9 years later but back to 1992,stars like Hulk Hogan,The Ultimate Warrior,and Ric Flair were aging and Vince decided that newer stars like Bret Hart,The Undertaker,and Shawn Michaels could take the WWF to superstardom.By October of 1992 Bret Hart was WWF Champion and Shawn Michaels was Intercontinental Champion and they had an match at the 1992 Survivor Series for Harts WWF belt(which Hart won)but which proved that size doesnt matter and that Bret could single handidly carry the WWF in the post Hulk A Mania Era.Nough said....more info
  • Savage/Flair...I need not say more!
    Wrestlemania 8 is actually one of the better Wrestlemanias. There are some pretty good matches, but, as always, there are some bad matches on the card as well. Flair/Savage is easily the best match on the card, but Hart/Piper is right up there with it. Below are a list of the matches and a rating out of 5 stars.

    Intercontinental title
    Bret Hart vs Roddy Piper
    In the 15 minutes that these two were given, they told a brilliant story, along with having a spectacular wrestling match, which also turned into a brawl at times. Every second of this match was amazing. Really emotional match. Great booking. Probably the second best match of the night. ****1/2

    Tag team titles
    Money Inc. vs Natural Disasters
    This match was pretty much a "disaster". Get it, disaster...anyways, the match was really boring. What else are you gonna get when you put two 450 pound guys against a guy who wrestles in a suit and DiBiase. Actually, DiBiase was probably the only good talent in the ring. IRS isn't bad either, but the Disasters are a Disaster. Bad match. 1/2*

    Undertaker vs Jake "The Snake" Roberts
    Bad match. You can't really expect anything special from Jake and Taker, since both are really slow and sluggish. *

    Rick Martel vs Tatanka
    Both are great athletes, but for some reason, they did not deliver an average, or even a decent match. It was better than the tag match and the Taker/Roberts, but it wasn't good. Basically, just a filler. *1/2

    Hulk Hogan vs Sid Justice
    This is Hogan's farewell match and just like every other Hogan match, it's really bad. Who cares though because Hogan would be out of the WWE so it's cool. Basic Hogan match with him selling everything, then making the big comeback. The only noteworthy happening in this match was the return of the Warrior after a long departure from the WWE. Other than that, a snoozer. 1/2* for the Warrior's return.

    Owen Hart vs Skinner
    Hah. Owen kicks Skinner's ass in about a minute. Whatever, it was fun watching while it lasted. *1/2

    Shawn Michaels vs El Matador
    El Matador is actually Tito Santana with a really stupid bull fighter's gimmick. However, the match was pretty cool, as it was the opener. Good choice for an opener. ***

    Nasty Boys/Mountie/Repo Man v.s Sgt.Slaughter/Bossman/Virgil/jim Duggan
    Worst match of the night. Basically just a reason to have these guys participate at Wrestlemania and it was a bad way to do it. Stupid filler. 1/4*

    WWE championship
    Randy Savage vs Ric Flair
    An unforgettable, epic match. Flair and Savage definately stole the show that night. The crowd was screaming their lungs out the whole time. Probably Savage's and maybe even Flair's greatest match EVER! *****

    Overall, Wrestlemania 8 is a solid show. If you are a WWE fan, i urge you to buy this tape. You will not be disappointed. Next to Wrestlemania 17, this is the best Wrestlemania ever....more info

  • WWF Wrestlemania 8
    WWF WrestleMania 8
    4/5/92
    Hooiser Dome Indianapolis,Indiana
    On Air Commentators;Gorilla Monsoon,and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan

    Shawn Michaels defeated El Matador/Tito Santana.

    The Undertaker defeated Jake "The Snake" Roberts(The Undertaker tombstones Roberts on the arena floor.Then gets him in the ring and covers him for the pin.Roberts wouldnt return to the WWF until 1996).

    Intercontinental Championship Match;
    Bret Hart defeated "Rowdy" Roddy Piper to win the Intercontinental Championship.(***** match,one of the best matches in Brets career).

    Virgil,The Big Bosman,Jim Duggan and Sgt Slaughter defeated The Repo Man,The Mountie and The Nasty Boys.

    WWF Championship Match;
    "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated Ric Flair to become the new WWF Champion after an rollup.

    Tatanka defeated Rick "The Model" Martel(They would end up having another match at the 1992 Survivor Series).

    WWF Tag Team Championship Match;
    The Natural Disasters defeated WWF Tag Team Champions Money Inc by countout however the Natural Disasters do not win the tag team titles.

    "The Rocket" Owen Hart defeated Skinner

    Hulk Hogan defeated Sid Justice(Sid Vicious/Sycho Sid)by disqualification after interference from Harvey Wippleman.(After the match an unknown guy Papa Shango(The Godfather) makes his way to the ring and him and Sid Justice pound on Hogan.Then the Ultimate Warrior returns last seen after SummerSlam 1991 and takes out Papa Shango,then Hogan takes out Sid Justice and then the Warrior/Hogan celebrate after the match before Wrestlemania 8 comes to an close).

    Overall an good Wrestlemania.The best matches were Shawn Michaels vs Tito Santana,The Undertaker vs Jake the "Snake" Roberts,Bret Hart vs "Rowdy" Roddy Piper for the Intercontinental Title in an rare "face vs face" match,"Macho Man" Randy Savage vs Ric Flair for the WWF Championship,and Hulk Hogan vs Sid Vicious.

    1992 also signified an change in the WWF.Hogan would soon leave the WWF not returning to Janury of 1993 and then leaving by June of 1993, The Ultimate Warrior would leave the WWF and week before the 1992 Survivor Series not returning until 1996 before getting yes fired again, and Ric Flair would leave the WWF in early 1993 not returning until nearly 9 years later but back to 1992,stars like Hulk Hogan,The Ultimate Warrior,and Ric Flair were aging and Vince decided that newer stars like Bret Hart,The Undertaker,and Shawn Michaels could take the WWF to superstardom.By October of 1992 Bret Hart was WWF Champion and Shawn Michaels was Intercontinental Champion and they had an match at the 1992 Survivor Series for Harts WWF belt(which Hart won)but which proved that size doesnt matter and that Bret could single handidly carry the WWF in the post Hulk A Mania Era.Nough said....more info
  • WM8 Review!
    What was originally supposed to be Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair in a dream match turned into two seperate matches where Macho Man challenged Flair for the belt and the honor of his wife, Miss Elizabeth and Hogan faced Sid Justice in what was advertised as Hogan's farewell match from the WWF.

    This event also featured the classic Intercontinental Title match between "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and Bret Hart and the grudge match between The Undertaker and Jake Roberts. You also get to see Shawn Michaels take on "El Matador" Tito Santana in the opening match.

    The tag team title match between Natural Disasters and Money, Inc. is kind of poor and there are a few other average matches but all in all, WM8 was a good show....more info

  • WWF WrestleMania 8 The Big Show
    4/5/92 was a good time to be a wrestling fan, but more importantly a wwf wrestling fan because it was time for WWF Wrestlemania 8 which saw a fair share of moments that include Bret Hart (pre 1997 Survivor Series) facing Rowdy Roddy Piper for the I C title as well as a couple of main events 1. Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair (WWF title) 2. Hulk "Thunder Lips" Hogan vs Sid Justice. In other action The Undertaker defeated Jake "The Snake" Roberts by pinfall, Shawn Michaels defeated Tito Santana by pinfall. (If you were more like your famous brother Carlos you would still be around Tito.) Sargent Slaughter/"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan/The Big Boss Man/Virgil defeated The Mountie/Repo Man/The Nasty Boys by pinfall. (Ray "Survey says" Combs was the ring announcer for this match) RIP. Tatanka defeated Rick "The Model" Martel by pinfall. Owen Hart (RIP) defeated Skinner by pinfall. Money inc defeated "The Natural Disasters" (EarthQuake/Typhoon) by countout. All and all this was a good wrestlemania that should be picked up from Amazon.com, or anywhere videos/dvds are sold....more info
  • WrestleMania VIII
    Tito Santana VS Shawn Michaels: A decent match with an ending that makes no sense.

    Undertaker VS Jake Roberts: A decent match up that would be Roberts last WWF match for nearly four years.

    Intercontinental Champion Rowdy Roddy Piper vs Bret Hart: It was weird to see both men interviewed side by side. Piper plays heel but fans wont buy it. A very good match even though the end few minutes didnt do it for me.

    Virgil, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Big Bossman & Sgt. Slaughter vs The Nasty Boyz, Repo Man & The Mountie: Ray Combs does some dumb humour before the match. I found it annoying and the match was a basic throw away. Favorite part was whe Gorilla says thats one to many hos.

    Ric Flair VS Randy Savage: Good match with way to much outside inteference. Should have been the main event but Hogan was the golden standard back then.

    Tatanka VS Rick Martel: A quick match. I enjoyed Tatanka alot back in the early 90's and he was a good wrestler, despite what people say.

    Money Inc VS Natural Diseasters: Skip

    Skinner VS Owen Hart: Why

    Hogan VS Sid: A bad main event. The ending made no sense because of what happened in Flair-Savage title match. Warrior returns as a surprise guest....more info
  • best `mania ever!
    This is just amazing! i would take this one over 17 on anyday.

    match ratings out of *****

    1. tito santana vs. Shawn Michaels- great opener to a great event- ****

    2. Taker vs. jake the snake roberts- not the best match but it was entertaining- ***

    3.IC. title- Bret hart vs. Piper- A classic. Truly a classic by Hot-Rod and The best ever Bret Hart- *****

    4.sgt slaughter, big boss man,hacksaw jim duggan,virgil vs. nasty boys, the mountie, repo man- Ray Cobms was so funny when it came to Repo man. match was bad- **1/2 (1 star for Ray)

    5. wwf title-Flair vs. Macho man- Exellant match another classic at this wrestlemania!- *****

    6. Martel vs. Tatanka- short but good match- ***

    7.natural disasters vs. Money inc.- Not a good match but its watchable- *1/2

    8. Rocket owen hart vs. Skinner- short match. Man they did a job on owen hart`s attire- * only cause it is owen the second best ever.

    9. Hulk hogan vs. Syco sid- BAD choice for the main event. I would have LOVED to see sid crush hogan to the ground and end him. but o well at least we saw a huge return!- **1/2(two points for the worrior)

    all in all the best mania ever with no DUDS!...more info

  • Wrestlemania VIII: One Generation Ends and the Next Begins
    Originating from the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis on April 5, 1992, Wrestlemania VIII was the first indication that the WWF was approaching a crossroads as to what direction it would go next in the post-Hulkamania era.

    Billed as the possible end of Hulkamania (with Hulk Hogan supposedly contemplating retirement), the event showcased legendary (albeit aging) veterans like Randy Savage, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper, & the Hulkster, while simultaneously giving notice to its fans that Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Sid Vicious, and the Undertaker were being phased in as the WWF's next generation of main event stars.

    The matches & interview segments: (1 - 10 scale)

    1. Shawn Michaels w/ Scary Sherri vs. Tito Santana:

    Despite being saddled with an absurd gimmick as "El Matador," Santana, always the reliable veteran, gives the arrogant, young Michaels a solid run before losing out. It is also later hyped that the "Heartbreak Kid" is already being groomed to go after the Intercontinental Title, which he would win from Davey Boy Smith before the year's end.
    Grade: 8.5/10


    2. Jake "The Snake" Roberts vs. the Undertaker w/ Paul Bearer:

    A washed-up Roberts, whose evil character was already coming off a losing streak to Savage, is demolished rather predictably in the Undertaker's first pay-per-view as a new fan favorite.
    Grade: 7.5/10 (including Roberts' pre-match interview)


    3. Bret Hart vs. Roddy Piper (Champion) for the I-C Title:

    Great match! This is a rare "face" vs. "face" encounter as Hart and Piper pull out all the stops, including instances where both hint at possible "heel" turns. A bloody Hart regains the title, much to Piper's chagrin.
    Grade: 9/10 (including the related interview segments)

    ** "Mean" Gene Okerlund interviews The Legion of Doom (aka the Road Warriors) who have brought Paul Ellering back into the fold.
    Grade: 7/10 (seeing the L.O.D. actually wrestle instead of doing an interview would have been much preferable).


    4. Sgt. Slaughter, Virgil, Hacksaw Duggan, and Big Bossman vs. the Nasty Boys, the Mountie, and Repo Man:

    This one is only worth a few laughs, with the highlights being a chorus line clothesline served on the Mountie & friends and the guest announcer's (the late Ray Combs) not-so-subtle insults earlier at the villains during their ring introduction.
    Grade: 3.5/10

    ** Bobby Heenan interviews a smug Lex Luger on his pending entry into the WBF (World Bodybuilding Federation). This is vintage Luger at his self-admiring best. "Gorilla" Monsoon gets the best line when he tells the "Brain" that Luger is actually even more conceited than he is. Of course, Heenan takes it as a compliment.
    Grade: 8/10

    5. Randy Savage w/ Ms. Elizabeth vs. Ric Flair (Champion) w/ "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig for the WWF World Title:

    Far and above, this is the best match of the event! Savage and Flair are able to keep viewers on the edge of their seats wondering who was going to win (as it should be). With Mr. Perfect's help, Flair dominates most of the match. Savage, however, still manages to fight back long enough to finally regain the WWF World Title and cement his status as a wrestling legend (outside of the Hulkster's shadow).

    The segment's finale is also notable as this would be Savage and Elizabeth's last WWF PPV as a team. Hence, the fireworks celebration proved to be a worthy, heartfelt send-off for the famous duo.
    Grade: 10/10 (including the related interview segments)

    6. Owen Hart vs. Skinner:

    Thankfully, it lasted about a minute. Hart deserved a far better win than this.
    Grade: 1/10

    7. Natural Disasters vs. Money, Inc. (Champions) for the WWF Tag Team Titles:

    A waste of time to watch. The Legion of Doom was available, so why weren't they invited to participate?
    Grade: 2.5/10

    8. Tatanka vs. Rick Martel:

    Two great athletes are present, but this isn't a memorable match.
    Grade: 7.5/10

    9. Sid Vicious vs. Hulk Hogan:

    As with Wrestlemania 2, Hogan had a great potential opponent, but again, this plodding match (with lots of rest holds) turns into a major disappointment. A former WWF Champion (the Ultimate Warrior) makes a surprise appearance to save Hogan, but it is to little avail. This shouldn't have been the match to end the show.
    Grade: 4.5/10

    Event Summary:

    The overall match quality is pretty uneven: two superb championship matches, three relatively solid matches, and four awful ones (three of them in the show's second half).

    Unfortunately, the wealth of talented wrestlers displayed at the 1992 Royal Rumble less than three months earlier is not present here. Among the missing-in-action inexplicably are mainstays such as Davey Boy Smith, Kerry von Erich, Jim Neidhart, the Warlord & Barbarian, Jimmy Snuka, Greg Valentine, and Hercules. Their presence is sorely missed.

    As a result, without the presence of a few more quality matches, Wrestlemania VIII has a terrific first half, but the second half is a major letdown. However, if you can find this vhs at a reasonable price, Savage vs. Flair and Piper vs. Hart alone will make it well worth your investment. ...more info
  • "The Brain" is back for this go-round, thank goodness...
    Overall, I found most of the matches in this particular WrestleMania rather ordinary. There were a few good moves here & there as well as a couple spectacular bumps, but otherwise I don't see this as a "keeper" for my collection. Fortunately, color commentator Bobby "The Brain" Heenan's usual array of heel-rooting put-downs, snappy patter, and uncanny ability to get under play-by-play man Gorilla Monsoon's skin helped make even the duller matches enjoyable-- well, for the first couple hours at least. Then his chatter kinda trailed off goin' into the last few matches. It's a real shame that throat cancer claimed a great deal of "The Brain's" voice, otherwise he'd still be the perfect for either of the WWE's weekly televised shows. Er, not that I have anything against Taz or Jerry "King" Lawler, heh...

    I also found this tape kinda depressing, what with all the now-dead folks there were. "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig, Miss Elizabeth, "Family Feud" host Ray Combs, Gorilla Monsoon, Owen Hart... it's just really sad seein' all these folks who're no longer with us. I was also kinda miffed at the arrangement of the double main event-in my opinion, the Savage/flair WWF championship match should've ended the show, rather than the Hulk Hogan/Sid Justice dust-up.

    Anyhoo, here're my breakdowns of the matches:

    - Tito Santana vs. `The Heartbreak Kid' Shawn Michaels w/ Queen Sherri: Michaels' first WrestleMania as a solo competitor. He shows his potential as one of the all-time greats with this back-and-forth number against fan-fave Tito Santana. Michaels also looks a bit beefier here than he does on Raw nowadays, though not quite as massive as he was in WrestleMania VII as a member of The Rockers. BTW has Santana ever won a WrestleMania event he's been in since the first one? Oh well...

    - Jake `The Snake' Roberts vs. Undertaker: I guess the Undertaker turned face since the previous WrestleMania, seein' as how he got quite a bit of cheers comin' in to the ring whilst `The Snake' took a fair deal of heat. Undertaker scores his second victory here, adding to a record-setting WrestleMania unbeaten streak that continues as of this writing.

    - Bret "Hitman" Hart vs. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper for the IC title: Piper puts in a pretty good pre-match interview here. Judging from the crowd's reactions, both men are fan-faves, despite their use of less-than-proper wrestling etiquette (AKA dirty tricks) to come out the victor. Surprisingly, the match ends in a classy manner as the vanquished party straps the belt onto the winner.

    - Lex Luger interviewed for the then-upcoming World Bodybuilding Federation, one of Vince McMahon's ambitious attempts to branch out into other areas of sports-entertainment, which eventually failed. `Course, this was nothin' compared to the failure of the XFL several years later...

    - Eight man tag team match featuring the Nasty Boys, The Mountie, and Repo Man against Big Boss Man, Sgt. Slaughter, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, and Virgil: The match itself had its moments of mayhem, but the best part was then-host of "Family Feud" Ray Combs throwing in a few good "survey says" shots at the heels prior to the dustup.

    - "Macho Man" Randy Savage vs. "Nature Boy" Ric Flair for the WWF Championship: some great back-and-forth action between the two combatants, although Flair had the upper hand throughout most of the "fight". Flair and Savage are at their boisterous, obnoxious best in the pre-match and post-match interviews. And Heenan almost gets apoplectic after Savage's win.

    - Buildup to the second main event, featuring Sid Justice goin' psycho on several nameless jobber type guys, and bustin' up Brutus Beefcake's Barber Shop set.

    - "The Model" Rick Martel vs. Tatanka: Eh...

    - Money, Inc. (Ted DiBiasi & IRS) vs. Natural Disasters for the WWF Tag Team titles: A count-out ending?! Lame!!!

    - Owen Hart vs. Skinner: Skinner gets in some of the silliest-looking head-butts on Hart I've seen since JYD's all-fours head-butts in the first couple WrestleManias. And what is up with those clown pants Owen Hart is wearing?! Fortunately, this match was pretty much over with in about a minute...

    - Hulk Hogan vs. Sid Justice: Looks to me like Hogan shrank a bit since the previous WrestleMania. Sadly, despite the big buildup, the match itself didn't have all that much action. Most of the time the two guys were doing "take-a-breather" type holds on each other. I also found the ending less than satisfactory (a DQ?! WTF?!?!), but at least I finally saw someone who could kick out of the Hulkster's leg-drop finishing move. And we can't forget Hogan milking of the crowd for pop for several minutes (with a little help from Ultimate Warrior) to wrap everything up...

    `Late...more info