History Wrestling / MuhammadHassan

20th Jun '16 1:18:10 PM thecarolinabull01
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* SmallRoleBigImpact: Still being discussed today dispite only being the company for less than a year.

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* SmallRoleBigImpact: Still being discussed today dispite only being with the company for less than a year.year. Though not in a positive way.
30th May '16 5:40:24 AM JamesAustin
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: As showcased at the aforementioned 2005 Royal Rumble. JR and Taz, who had been bantering thanks to the [=SmackDown=] vs RAW theme of the PPV, immediately stopped all commentary when he entered, with JR even expressing shame over the fact that Hassan was from RAW. Then, when he actually entered the ring, all ten wrestlers immediately stopped fighting and ganged up on him.

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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: As showcased at the aforementioned 2005 Royal Rumble. JR and Taz, who had been bantering thanks to the [=SmackDown=] vs RAW theme of the PPV, immediately stopped all commentary when he entered, with JR even expressing shame over the fact that Hassan was from RAW. Then, when he actually entered the ring, all ten wrestlers immediately stopped fighting and ganged up on him.
30th May '16 5:39:45 AM JamesAustin
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!!'''Tropes associated with Muhammad Hassan include:'''

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!!'''Tropes !!Tropes associated with Muhammad Hassan include:'''include:
* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: As showcased at the aforementioned 2005 Royal Rumble. JR and Taz, who had been bantering thanks to the [=SmackDown=] vs RAW theme of the PPV, immediately stopped all commentary when he entered, with JR even expressing shame over the fact that Hassan was from RAW. Then, when he actually entered the ring, all ten wrestlers immediately stopped fighting and ganged up on him.



* SmallRoleBigImpact: Still being discussed today dispite only being the company for less than a year.
* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: As showcased at the aforementioned 2005 Royal Rumble. JR and Taz, who had been bantering thanks to the SmackDown vs RAW theme of the PPV, immediately stopped all commentary when he entered, with JR even expressing shame over the fact that Hassan was from RAW. Then, when he actually entered the ring, all ten wrestlers immediately stopped fighting and ganged up on him.

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* SmallRoleBigImpact: Still being discussed today dispite only being the company for less than a year.
* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: As showcased at the aforementioned 2005 Royal Rumble. JR and Taz, who had been bantering thanks to the SmackDown vs RAW theme of the PPV, immediately stopped all commentary when he entered, with JR even expressing shame over the fact that Hassan was from RAW. Then, when he actually entered the ring, all ten wrestlers immediately stopped fighting and ganged up on him.
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30th May '16 5:37:25 AM JamesAustin
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'''Muhammad Hassan''' (real name Mark Copani; November 7, 1981) is an American retired {{professional wrestl|ing}}er best known for having had had a brief but memorable run in Wrestling/{{WWE}} as an Arab-American {{heel}} who was angry about the prejudice he faced after 9/11. Before a controversial segment ended up killing his career, this guy was being pushed to the moon. On his very first appearance, he got to interrupt Wrestling/MickFoley. He wasn't even on TV for a year, and he got wins over various wrestling legends (including Wrestling/SgtSlaughter and Wrestling/JerryLawler), a WWE title match, feuds with three of the greatest wrestlers of all time (Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, and Wrestling/TheUndertaker), and a win over then-[[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-world-h.html WWE World Heavyweight Champion]] Wrestling/{{Batista}} (it was by disqualification, but a win's a win).

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'''Muhammad Hassan''' (real name Mark Copani; November 7, 1981) is an American retired {{professional wrestl|ing}}er best known for having had had a brief but memorable run in Wrestling/{{WWE}} as an Arab-American {{heel}} who was angry about the prejudice he faced after 9/11. Before a controversial segment ended up killing his career, this guy was being pushed to the moon. On his very first appearance, he got to interrupt Wrestling/MickFoley. He wasn't even on TV for a year, and he got wins over various wrestling legends (including Wrestling/SgtSlaughter and Wrestling/JerryLawler), a WWE title match, feuds with three of the greatest wrestlers of all time (Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, and Wrestling/TheUndertaker), and a win over then-[[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-world-h.html WWE World Heavyweight Champion]] Wrestling/{{Batista}} (it was by disqualification, but a win's a win).
30th May '16 5:36:03 AM JamesAustin
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'''Muhammad Hassan''' (real name Mark Copani) had a brief but memorable run in Wrestling/{{WWE}} as an Arab-American heel who was angry about the prejudice he faced after 9/11. Before a controversial segment ended up killing his career, this guy was being pushed to the moon. On his very first appearance, he got to interrupt Wrestling/MickFoley. He wasn't even on TV for a year, and he got wins over various wrestling legends (including Wrestling/SgtSlaughter and Wrestling/JerryLawler), a WWE title match, feuds with three of the greatest wrestlers of all time (Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, and Wrestling/TheUndertaker), and a win over then-[[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-world-h.html WWE World Heavyweight Champion]] Wrestling/{{Batista}} (it was by disqualification, but a win's a win).

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'''Muhammad Hassan''' (real name Mark Copani) Copani; November 7, 1981) is an American retired {{professional wrestl|ing}}er best known for having had had a brief but memorable run in Wrestling/{{WWE}} as an Arab-American heel {{heel}} who was angry about the prejudice he faced after 9/11. Before a controversial segment ended up killing his career, this guy was being pushed to the moon. On his very first appearance, he got to interrupt Wrestling/MickFoley. He wasn't even on TV for a year, and he got wins over various wrestling legends (including Wrestling/SgtSlaughter and Wrestling/JerryLawler), a WWE title match, feuds with three of the greatest wrestlers of all time (Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, and Wrestling/TheUndertaker), and a win over then-[[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-world-h.html WWE World Heavyweight Champion]] Wrestling/{{Batista}} (it was by disqualification, but a win's a win).



[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Magnus The Other Wiki]] has a more detailed rundown on his life and (very brief) career.

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[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Magnus org/wiki/Muhammad_Hassan_(wrestler) The Other Wiki]] has a more detailed rundown on his life and (very brief) career.
26th May '16 1:06:14 PM thecarolinabull01
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* SmallRoleBigImpact: Still being discussed today dispite only being the company for less than a year.
20th Jan '16 8:52:43 PM Nyame
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* RedBaron: (as Mark Magnus): "This Year's Model"

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* RedBaron: (as Mark Magnus): "This Year's Model"Model"
* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: As showcased at the aforementioned 2005 Royal Rumble. JR and Taz, who had been bantering thanks to the SmackDown vs RAW theme of the PPV, immediately stopped all commentary when he entered, with JR even expressing shame over the fact that Hassan was from RAW. Then, when he actually entered the ring, all ten wrestlers immediately stopped fighting and ganged up on him.
3rd Dec '14 10:44:22 AM BackLash
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** The Revolution (led by Doug Basham and also featuring Damaja [WWE's Danny Basham], Rob Conway, Big Bad John [Heidenreich], Mike Hard[[note]]Mike Howell, aka Wrestling/{{ECW}}[=/=]Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s Jack Dupp or Mike Maverick in [[Wrestling/MattHardy The]] [[Wrestling/JeffHardy Hardyz]]' OMEGA promotion[[/note]], Wrestling/{{Kanyon}}, [[Wrestling/LisaMarieVaron Queen Victoria]] and [[Characters/WWEDivas Jackie Gayda]].)

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** The Revolution (led by Doug Basham and also featuring Damaja [WWE's Danny Basham], Rob Conway, Wrestling/RobConway, Big Bad John [Heidenreich], Mike Hard[[note]]Mike Howell, aka Wrestling/{{ECW}}[=/=]Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s Jack Dupp or Mike Maverick in [[Wrestling/MattHardy The]] [[Wrestling/JeffHardy Hardyz]]' OMEGA promotion[[/note]], Wrestling/{{Kanyon}}, [[Wrestling/LisaMarieVaron Queen Victoria]] and [[Characters/WWEDivas Jackie Gayda]].)
9th Aug '14 8:22:48 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* GarbageWrestler: In WWC, which did not have a whole bunch of guys to carry him like WWE did, nor the star power.
16th Jun '14 8:52:42 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* BadassBeard

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* BadassBeardBadassBeard: Likely in part of playing up his "Arab" heritage.



* CombatPragmatist

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* CombatPragmatistCombatPragmatist: So he might not of been a criminal, militant or anything else of the sort but he was a dirty cheat, BOOO!



* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain

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* PoliticallyIncorrectVillainPoliticallyIncorrectVillain: {{Inverted| trope}}, he was a villain pushing for political correctness.
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