• WWE Hall Of Famer Explains How Bryan Danielson Helped Adam Page In Their Match
During a recent edition of Busted Open Radio, WWE Hall Of Famer Bubba Ray Dudley (now known as Bully Ray) was asked to give his thoughts on the 60 minute time-limit draw between AEW World Champion “Hangman” Adam Page and former WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan (now known as Bryan Danielson).
Here’s what the former Dudley Boyz member had to say about their match:
“The phantom gear was invented by Kurt Angle. It’s this sixth gear that very, very, very few have. It’s the ability to go deep into a match where most guys are blown to the gills and then go faster.
Go smarter, go harder, go everything, and Danielson has it. There were times in that match where I saw Hangman, he needed to take an extra breath which is totally fine. He’s in deep water with Danielson once you get past that half-hour mark and now you got another half-hour to go.
If you’re not used to that it’s brutal, brutal! It’s brutal on the mind first because you know you’re breathing heavy and I’m not saying that Hangman was breathing heavy, I’m just saying he needed to get a breath.
You looked at Danielson and he looked fresh as a daisy. Danielson, smart worker, allows Hangman to get that breath, takes Hangman, boom hits that next gear. Allowing Hangman to take that extra breath allows Hangman to hang with him in that next gear.”
Bully Ray has been wrestling on the independent wrestling scene (mainly for ROH) for the last few years and hasn’t appeared on AEW TV yet.
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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (December 18, 1995) – WCW MONDAY NITRO
On this day in 1995, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW MONDAY NITRO’.
It was broadcasted LIVE from the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center in Augusta, Georgia and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW Starrcade 1995’ PPV.
The match-card can be found here:
1. Ric Flair vs. Eddie Guerrero
2. Lex Luger vs. Marcus Bagwell
3. Sting vs. Bobby Eaton
4. The Giant vs. Randy Savage