this one and this one. But as "good" as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved this one and this one. But as "good" as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved this one and this one. But as "good" as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved this one and this one. But as "good" as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved this one and this one. But as "good" as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved this one and this one. But as "good" as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved this one and this one. But as "good" as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved this one and this one. But as "good" as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved this one and this one. But as "good" as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved

20 WWF Wrestler Photos That Make Us Ashamed of 1980s Nostalgia

 
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    February 5, 2013 at 4:00 am

    People talk about pro wrestling being better “back in the day,” when it had awesome matches like this one and this one. But as “good” as those matches were, audiences had to look past several layers of unnecessary flamboyance.We loved wrestling during the 1980s, but now we look back at it and realize it was pretty much homoerotic ballet for rednecks. Revel in our shame with these 20 WWF wrestler photos that make us ashamed of 1980s nostalgia:

     
     
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