History Wrestling / RandySavage

31st Oct '17 9:06:43 AM thecarolinabull01
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* KavorkaMan: When playing a heel, he won the affections of the lovely Wrestling/MissElizabeth, Wrestling/SherriMartel, and Gorgeous Gorge, despite looking like a well-groomed caveman, wearing outfits that looked ridiculous even in the world of pro wrestling, and being an insane, egomaniacal bully who mistreated women.

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* KavorkaMan: When playing a heel, he won the affections of the lovely Wrestling/MissElizabeth, Wrestling/SherriMartel, and the trio of [[Wrestling/MollyHolly Miss Madness]], Wrestling/{{Madusa}} and Gorgeous Gorge, George, despite looking like a well-groomed caveman, wearing outfits that looked ridiculous even in the world of pro wrestling, and being an insane, egomaniacal bully who mistreated women.
31st Oct '17 8:51:16 AM thecarolinabull01
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* KavorkaMan: When playing a heel, he won the affections of the lovely Wrestling/MissElizabeth, Wrestling/SherriMartel, and Gorgeous Gorge, despite looking like a well-groomed caveman, wearing outfits that looked ridiculous even in the world of pro wrestling, and being an insane, egomaniacal bully who mistreated women.
14th Oct '17 3:27:06 AM CynicalBastardo
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* RatedMForManly: Seriously, the guy dressed in extremely bright colours and hilariously over the top attire and still practically overdosed on TestosteronePoisoning. He wasn't called the Macho Man for nothing.
25th Sep '17 11:35:43 AM thecarolinabull01
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* IconicOutfit: More like iconic set of outfits. The gaudy cowboy hats, sunglasses and fringe-covered jackets are certainly more well-known that the sparkly ponchos and headbands that he wore in the '80s, which were his prime years.



* SignatureMove: Elevated body slam with theatrics, or a double knee drop upon the head of a downed opponent.

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* SignatureMove: Elevated Diving double axe-handle, elevated body slam with theatrics, or a double knee drop upon the head of a downed opponent.
19th Sep '17 9:32:28 PM thecarolinabull01
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* CarefulWithThatAxe: Savage's promos typically would go back and forth between an ''intense whisper'' and suddenly '''''GROWLING AT THE TOP OF HIS LUNGS.'''''



* SuddenlyShouting: Savage's promos typically would go back and forth between an ''intense whisper'' and suddenly '''''GROWLING AT THE TOP OF HIS LUNGS.'''''



** with his brother Lanny Poffo in Tennessee
** The Megapowers, with Hulk Hogan in WWE (renamed the Monster Maniacs in WCW)

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** with his brother Lanny Poffo in Tennessee
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** The Megapowers, Mega Powers, with Hulk Hogan in WWE (renamed (temporarily renamed the Monster Maniacs in WCW)



* TakeThat: The song "Be A Man Hogan!" off of his rap album, which is pretty much all about his RealLife feud with Hulk Hogan and his refusal to face Savage in a real wrestling match.

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* TakeThat: The song "Be A Man Hogan!" off of his rap album, which is pretty much all about his RealLife feud with Hulk Hogan and his refusal to face Savage in a real wrestling match.match to settle their beef and raise money for charity.
19th Sep '17 9:29:33 PM thecarolinabull01
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* NiceHat: Savage had one from 1990 to 1996.

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* NiceHat: Savage had one from Between 1990 and 1996, Randy wore colorful cowboy hats to 1996.the ring.
7th Aug '17 1:00:08 AM thecarolinabull01
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** In addition to pressing the Liz button, the TakeThat "Nacho Man" skits done by WWF in the mid-'90s also made fun of Randy's age and bald spot; both of which he was very sensitive about according to Lanny Poffo and he believes these skits played a role in the bad blood between Savage and WWE until the former's death. In fact, Lanny recalls Triple H referring to Randy as a "dinosaur" in an interview and that was reportedly the straw that broke the camel's back and lead to his comment about Stephanie [=McMahon=] that led to the affair rumors floating around the internet.

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** In addition to pressing the Liz button, the TakeThat "Nacho Man" skits done by WWF in the mid-'90s also made fun of Randy's age and bald spot; both of which he was very sensitive about according to Lanny Poffo and he believes these skits played a role in the bad blood between Savage and WWE until the former's death. In fact, Lanny recalls Triple H referring to Randy as a "dinosaur" in an interview and that was reportedly the straw that broke the camel's back and lead led to his comment about Stephanie [=McMahon=] that led to resulted in the affair rumors floating around the internet.
2nd Aug '17 9:26:16 PM thecarolinabull01
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** In addition to pressing the Liz button, the TakeThat "Nacho Man" skits done by WWF in the mid-'90s also made fun of Randy's age and bald spot; both of which he was very sensitive about according to Lanny Poffo and he believes these skits played a role in the bad blood between Savage and WWE until the former's death.

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** In addition to pressing the Liz button, the TakeThat "Nacho Man" skits done by WWF in the mid-'90s also made fun of Randy's age and bald spot; both of which he was very sensitive about according to Lanny Poffo and he believes these skits played a role in the bad blood between Savage and WWE until the former's death. In fact, Lanny recalls Triple H referring to Randy as a "dinosaur" in an interview and that was reportedly the straw that broke the camel's back and lead to his comment about Stephanie [=McMahon=] that led to the affair rumors floating around the internet.
18th Jul '17 1:43:43 PM Gamingboy1
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* UsefulNotes/{{Baseball}}: [[UsefulNotes/MLBTeams The St. Louis Cardinals]] signed him as a catcher out of high school and he was sent to the minor leagues to help him develop. He would play for the Cardinals', the Cincinnati Reds' and the Chicago White Sox' farm league teams but never made it to the majors.

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* UsefulNotes/{{Baseball}}: [[UsefulNotes/MLBTeams The St. Louis Cardinals]] signed him as a catcher out of high school and he was sent to the minor leagues to help him develop. He would play for the Cardinals', the Cincinnati Reds' and the Chicago White Sox' farm league teams but injuries caused his game to take a sharp downturn, forcing him to retire at age 21 having never made it to the majors.
2nd Jul '17 11:01:20 AM nombretomado
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Although he had turned "face" at WrestleMania VII after the conclusion of his "retirement" match (upon his reunion with MissElizabeth), Savage still had strong heel leanings in his commentary during the first few months after WrestleMania, and harbored bitterness toward the Wrestling/UltimateWarrior. At first, he cheered TheUndertaker as he infamously locked Warrior in a casket on the "Funeral Parlor" set, but as time passed and they left the set, Savage said, in essence, "OK, you've made your point, fun's over, let's open the casket lid and let him out." But then time passed, and it was clear that Undertaker and his manager, Paul Bearer, weren't coming back ... and they had the key! Savage went from "you got what you had coming to" to showing genuine concern and worry about the welfare of his old enemy, and revulsion about Undertaker's actions in a matter of a few minutes. This continued Savage's slow coming around as a full-on face.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Although he had turned "face" at WrestleMania VII after the conclusion of his "retirement" match (upon his reunion with MissElizabeth), Savage still had strong heel leanings in his commentary during the first few months after WrestleMania, and harbored bitterness toward the Wrestling/UltimateWarrior. At first, he cheered TheUndertaker Wrestling/TheUndertaker as he infamously locked Warrior in a casket on the "Funeral Parlor" set, but as time passed and they left the set, Savage said, in essence, "OK, you've made your point, fun's over, let's open the casket lid and let him out." But then time passed, and it was clear that Undertaker and his manager, Paul Bearer, weren't coming back ... and they had the key! Savage went from "you got what you had coming to" to showing genuine concern and worry about the welfare of his old enemy, and revulsion about Undertaker's actions in a matter of a few minutes. This continued Savage's slow coming around as a full-on face.
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