Who was the Irish lad on the show in cork with Bret hart, I want to put him on my list to make a hearty 5
First 4 are Conor Hurley obviously
There would have been a few Irish lads on the AWR tour with Bret Hart. Sean Maxer Brennan, Joe Cabray -OMEN, Justin Shape, Paddy Morrow and Dunkie D. It'd have been one of those you're thinkin of. Any of them would be a worthy 5th place to Mr Hurley.
Sean Maxer Brennan, Joe Cabray -OMEN
Was one of those two ^ I'll give them both a wee vote.
I forgot Paul Tracey in that list of AWR wrestlers.
http://www.awrwrestling.com/roster/ There's the roster page to jog your memory.
Just under a week left to go
Only a few days left
Sent you my ten there.
Will we be doing a **** list? That would be fun.
I'm not going to lie, it crossed my mind But I didn't even think I'd get such a strong response. Next year it'll 100% happen!
In between PMs here, the Facebook page and emails I have gotten, we have close to 100 different responses!
Great stuff. When I used to do this kind of stuff years ago I realised using just the active posters here (and other forums) is actually a pretty poor gauge of Irish wrestling's popularity; there are an awful lot of lurkers who follow it but rarely post, and many more who don't have accounts at all.
You're not receiving many 'votes' from dodgy accounts are you?
A **** Arse 10 would be amusing.
None that I have picked up on. There have been a few people who voted that have joined the site just to post their top 10, but they have all been so varied that there is no reason to suspect anything.
There are a few wrestlers out there that if they find there way into the top ten I shall declare the whole thing a farce and wear shoes on my hands and crap in my hat.
So if voting closes tomorrow, we should have the first results by the end of the week?
Exciting stuff, I must say. Looking forward to some write-ups of performers I'm not familiar with, as well as the (bound to be controversial) rankings themselves. I remember compiling a top 40 list back in the day when I was running the (long-forgotten) IWJ website, and it stirred up some decent debate! Paddy Morrow is the obvious choice for number one, but I could see the voting throwing up a suprise.
The top 40? That'd be an interesting read now. I can imagine the majority have hung up the boots. I wonder if I crapped in my hat when that list came out.