Markin’ Out Episode #226

FlairIsSidWe break down Elimination Chamber, other things WWE and ROH debuted on Destination America.

3 thoughts on “Markin’ Out Episode #226

  1. Dusty Rhodes broke the mold on what a wrestler should be. He went against the cookie cutter look. Without him there would be no Mick Foley, no Shawn Michaels, No Kevin Steen, and No Daniel Bryan. Dusty’s “Hard Times” promo should be studied by all aspiring pro wrestlers

  2. Dusty made time to make you feel as if what you said meant as much to him, as it did to you. Whether you were a fan or talent, he treated you with respect. His sons follow that mold well, too. The best memory I have of him is him coaching me on promos in the 2009 WWE tryout camp. He took me aside, in the middle of the hustle and bustle, and spent about a half an hour just to help me tweak things to make it better. He let me share my opinion, and he helped me improve what I felt. The biggest part of it, was telling me that if I didn’t believe the words coming out of my mouth, then nobody else would either. Thank you Dusty.

  3. There was no one better at cutting a promo or had better mic skills. Dusty Rhodes always looked like he was having the time of his life.

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