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Look weird with his boots
Other than Steamboat that kicked the shit out him !
wwe is about to take this down
most unconvincing need to be carried out on a stretcher…EVER!
I love how the officials rolled him over with no regard to his injuries.
Jeff Craney never did win a match, did he?
Check out the distance on that splash! Impressive
This was NOT his debut. Ring announcer Joe McHue would have said so.This was his second T.V. match. I believe in his first appearance he acted much crazier, staring at the lights etc. acting more like a typical Albano protege'.I remember knowing who Jimmy was through the magazines. His Mid Atlantic battles with Flair for the U.S. Title were always written about.
THIS MURDEROUS MUTHAFUCKA NEEDS TO DIE SLOW AND PAINFUL!
This is his 2nd match in WWF(Jan 27th 1982) at Fieldhouse(Hamburg,PA).His debut was one day earlier,Jan 26th at Agricultural Hall(Allentown,PA) against Frank Williams!
The stretcher was a nice touch.
Snuka was near 40 yrs old here. Far from his debut….
African buff man has arrived
I was there at this match thanks for putting it up the good old days.
81/82 and 82/83 were great years to watch WWF
remember jimmys debut he is the one and only
This is great stuff! In the weeks that followed, Snuka removed the boots and started doing his acrobatic stuff (like leaping forwards and backwards as he whipped his opponent into the ropes) and the fans just started eating it up so much that Vince had no choice but to turn him face, in one of the greatest angles ever on "Championship Wrestling".
Not sure if it is still available, but someone taped it off TV in 1982 and put up the entire angle, not the chopped up 2 minute piece that WWE put up.
I Also Already Knew Of Snuka From The Wrestling Magazines. His True Debut In Wrestling Was 1969. He Had 2 Real Runs In The WWWF/WWF/WWE, '82-'85 & '89-'92, With Sporadic Appearances In The Years Since. By Reading The Magazines, Not Only Did I Find Out A Lot About Other Regions, Territories, & Federations, But The Magazines (Even Though They Written As If Everything Was Completely Real) Gave Me My 1st Clues That Everything Wasn't Totally Real. As A Kid, It Was Crushing To Come To That Realization LoL