3 items from 2011
It had to happen, and it was a rumour we have been expecting around these parts for some time now, but that doesn’t make the fact that Macho Man Randy Savage has been added to the roster for WWE 12 any less exciting, or appropriate given the tragic events that saw the loss of his life earlier this year.
Here’s the great man’s trailer:
In the past couple of days we have already seen the addition of Mick Foley as the second Legend in the 3rd Dlc Pack for WWE ’12, and yesterday Thq confirmed that he would be joined by the “Macho Man” Randy Savage, in a move that will surely appease those fans who have vocally and vociferously campaigned to have him included in Thq’s flag-ship series for years.
The announcement also confirmed that Savage will be decked out in his classic WrestleMania VII attire, »
- Michael Atkinson
The Ultimate Warrior just released an emotional video tribute to his fallen friend, Randy "Macho Man" Savage -- and finally revealed the source of their crazy energy ... Gallons Of Coffee! Warrior -- who famously forced Savage into "retirement" by defeating him at a "Career Ending Match" at Wrestlemania VII -- said he and Randy used to get so jacked up on java before getting into the ring, they would often compete to see who could down more Joe. »
- TMZ Staff
So sue me, I'm a wrestling fan. I first got into what WWE head cheese Vince McMahon prefers to call 'sports entertainment' these days way back in the early 1990s, in the era of (then) established stars like Hulk Hogan, Brutus 'The Barber' Beefcake, 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper, 'Million Dollar Man' Ted Dibiase, Mr Perfect, Big Bossman and a colourful, gravel throated character known as the 'Macho Man, aka Mr Randy Savage.
Born Randall Mario Poffo in 1952, Savage was a supernova among stars in the WWF roster, a character so much larger than life that even the red and yellow machismo machine that was Hulk Hogan struggled to match him in the charisma stakes.
Coming from athletic stock (his father Angelo Poffo, a well known wrestler in his own right in the 1950s and 60s who at one point held the World Sit Up record), Savage initially aspired to be a baseball player, »
3 items from 2011
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