It Came From YouTube: Where’s Stan Hansen? He’s back!

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Crapper Paul S. writes:

The Desperadoes never found Stan Hansen but Jim Ross didn’t have any problem. You know who else has found Stan Hansen? Jobber Paul Drake who has to face “The Lariat” in a match and this can’t end well for him.

So, what I can gather from this promo is… that HE’S BACK!

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6 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Where’s Stan Hansen? He’s back!"
  1. W.M. Pump says:

    One of the most successful gaijins in puroresu…LARIATOOOOOOO!

    One of my fav Hansen US interviews was with Zybysko in AWA. He said: “I’m not after the bright lights and the pretty women. I’ve got a big fat wife and nine kids at home and I gotta feed ’em!”

  2. Sean Bateman says:

    Stan Hansen is living proof that you don’t fuck with Texas

  3. John C says:

    Wow Hansen kicked the crap out of Freddie Mercury. Off topic but after the video there’s a You Tube link to a clip from RF Video of Paul Roma dumping on Ricky Steamboat. After watching it I would love to see that no talent piece of garbage Roma get 15 straight lariets from Hansen. I forget if Roma being put in The Horsemen was ever inducted and if it wasn’t, it really needs to be.

  4. patricko says:

    Man, I forgot how disgusting it was to watch that man talk and wrestle, with that huge wad o’ chew in his mouth. Distracting, to say the least.

    WWE did the same thing with Skinner, only they played it up, made it cartoonish (like they did witth so many wrestling personas during that period.)

    So, we’ve got a guy who’s past his prime, terrible on the stick, blind as a bat (read foley’s book), stiff as hell, and not over. No wonder they filmed the Desperado vignettes. It’s a license to print money.

  5. Paul S. says:

    Despite his appearance Hanson still had two more All Japan World Title runs in him at this point. Which was probably the most workrate intensive fed in the world. So he certainly wasn’t past his prime at that point.

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