Subject: Final 4: The American/Canadian Border Wall
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posted on 9-14-2018 at 03:25 PM
Final 4: The American/Canadian Border Wall
Hulk Hogan/The US Express: "Real American" by Rick Derringer
Chris Jericho: "Break the Walls Down" by Jim Johnston and Adam Morenoff
"I'm a professional. I know exactly what I'm doing." - Jeff Hardy 2010
Steers and Queers
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posted on 9-14-2018 at 03:40 PM
Don't Mess With Texas
The Immortal One
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posted on 9-14-2018 at 05:36 PM
Both are perfect for the character they represent, have stood the test of time, have great opening riffs, so I'll give it to Break the Walls
Down by virtue of being a better song to listen to.
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posted on 9-14-2018 at 06:18 PM
I voted for the Hulkster because that song make me so hard with patriotism that I want to buttfuck all of our enemies with my giant red, white, and
"I don't watch the show, Paul. Why would I watch the show?"
"I hate it when I'm watching along at home and I'm envisioning certain common sense things, and WWE just leaves all that money on the
table to do something that will have no result other than send viewers looking for something else."
-- The Rick
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posted on 9-14-2018 at 07:51 PM
Break the walls of my trousers down and EAT my non-Canadienne ASS you 'Murican faguettes!
"...if you ever want to cash some checks in North America youíre going to have to swallow your pride and do some dumb shit from time to time. You
just gotta make it the best dumb shit you can." The DooK of New Jersey
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posted on 9-14-2018 at 09:18 PM
Hey! I remembered to start vOOting for these things again!
Even though "Real American" is pretty icOOnic, there's something about BREAK THE WALLS DAAAAYYYOOWWWN~! that makes it stick in my brain. The
rhythm of it seems to appeal more to my current musical sensibilities than 80s Guitar PopRock does (or ever did -- even when I was a Li'l
Hulkamaniac I thought some of the other wrasslers had better entrance music).
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posted on 9-15-2018 at 03:47 AM
Damn, tough call here. "Real American" is definitely more ICONIC and is pretty much the sound of my 80s childhood fandom, but "Break the
Walls Down" is a huge personal favorite of mine. Soooo...I guess I'm going with Jericho, but I'd really have no issue with Hogan
advancing to the finals.
Nash is only a few inches bigger than JBL and depending on how stiff he gets Punk should be able to take it. -JB King, meant in a totally non-sexual
The Immortal One
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posted on 9-15-2018 at 10:06 AM
"Real American" for the win!
This is not an endorsement of Hulk Hogan. It is an endorsement of Mr. America!
The award for the most laughable cringe-worthy attempt at clever colour commentary goes to:
"When you're dating The Architect, you start to get some more plans." - Renee Young, Extreme Rules 2019
The Immortal One
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posted on 9-15-2018 at 06:48 PM
That Canadian parody got a laugh out of me... at least until the end when it's clear they just kinda ran out of steam.
Jericho's is a bit more versatile I think, so I'll give the nod to it over Hogan; although the 6 year old version of me is probably a bit
The Great One
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posted on 9-15-2018 at 08:38 PM
Iím voting Walls until the end, but I canít lie - I love Real American in such a knee jerk, animal-brained, nostalgic way that I want to vote for it
until the end. Itís completely cheesy, the lyrics are complete Murca bullshit, and Dillinger apparently screwed the guy who really sang it out of his
royalties, but this song makes me smile and nod every single time.