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Description
Body Slamming, Head Locking, Drop Kicking...
Re-live it all with the best of ITV Wrestling.
Hello Grapple Fans!
Turn back the clock to the 1970's when Saturday afternoon meant one thing, and that was wrestling! With the chants of easy, easy! and the commentary by an over excited Kent Walton. This was British sport at it's best.
Technical Details
Screen: Aspect Ratio 16:9

Languages: English

No. of Disks: 2

Region: Region 2
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#1
Even cheaper here for £7.99 delivered!

By the way-the two dvds that make up this boxset(best of itv wrestling and the a-z of itv wrestling)are £12.99 EACH!
1 Like #2
Can't understand why anyone would want to waste good money on a wrestling dvd. I've got better things to do with my time too. Isn't this just a panto anyway?
#3
Predikuesi
Can't understand why anyone would want to waste good money on a wrestling dvd. I've got better things to do with my time too. Isn't this just a panto anyway?


why post if you don't like it
you have better things to do with your time like write unhelpful opinionated posts

Good deal by the way
#4
Thanks Little Urn!
#5
Sorry - My Mistake - Little Ern
#6
djnaff
why post if you don't like it
you have better things to do with your time like write unhelpful opinionated posts

Good deal by the way


Thanks for you unhelpful opinion as well, yawn.
#7
djnaff
why post if you don't like it
you have better things to do with your time like write unhelpful opinionated posts

Good deal by the way


Sorry, if I'm not mistaken, isn't this what the site all about? Surely each of us have an opinion on what is posted here. Though I was negative about the DVD, I did not vote cold, since my comments reflect my own personal opinion, what others think is up to them. If only positive comments were posted this site would be as dull as ditch water.
Have a wonderful day anyhow!:thumbsup:
#8
The best of ITV wrestling, that's going to be one hell of a short DVD then?

5 minutes of some morbidly obese bloke (big daddy) shouting 'easy, easy, easy' while his heart disagrees and 5 minutes of kendo nagasaki trying to have his mask removed.

I think I'll give this a miss. A free DVD would have been a bad deal.
#9
davelfc
The best of ITV wrestling, that's going to be one hell of a short DVD then?

5 minutes of some morbidly obese bloke (big daddy) shouting 'easy, easy, easy' while his heart disagrees and 5 minutes of kendo nagasaki trying to have his mask removed.

I think I'll give this a miss. A free DVD would have been a bad deal.


Cheers! You've started my day of with a good laugh - couldn't have said it better myself!:giggle:
[admin]#10
Aww my little bro will love this (he IS a wrestler in his world...)

Thanks!!!!!!
#11
http://www.obsessedwithwrestling.com/pictures/05/daddyhaystacks1.jpg

Here's some info on Big Daddy

As Big Daddy, Crabtree would often team with many rising stars within the country including Dynamite Kid, Davey Boy Smith, and Steven Regal. Crabtree was also instrumental in starting the pro wrestling career of former Judo great Christopher Adams in 1978.

Though Big Daddy's weight and age precluded many more unique wrestling moves; making him a frequent user of many generic wrestling throws, body slams etc. he would be met by cheers whenever he wrestled. Big Daddy's more famous attacks would involve his large abdomen to great effect often using "Belly-Butts" (thrusting his pelvis forward to slam his belly into an oncoming opponent) before finishing off opponents with his "belly-splash" in which he jumped vertically down onto the body of a fallen opponent. These more memorable moves in Daddy's arsenal were often met with chants of "Easy, Easy" from the crowd.

In August 1987, Big Daddy bowed out of the professional wrestling spotlight after a turn of events during the final moments of the match against Mal "King Kong" Kirk. After Big Daddy had delivered his belly-splash, rather than selling the impact of the finishing move, Kirk turned an unhealthy colour and was rushed to a nearby hospital, but was pronounced dead on arrival. Despite the fact that the inquest into Kirk's death found that he had a serious heart condition and cleared Crabtree of any responsibility, Crabtree was devastated and nevertheless blamed himself for Kirk's death. He continued to make sporadic appearances into the early 90s, but eventually retired from wrestling to spend the remainder of his days in his hometown of Halifax.

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