Chad Brock also used to be a professional wrestler back in the WCW days (as Chad Brock, a country-singing pro-wrestler!). He was mostly a jobber and got dominated a lot. Unfortunately, he got injured and decided to completely pursue his primary love: singing. I’m just proud of this man for making his dreams come true.
Here is a Chad Brock ad scanned for me a few years ago by a good friend named Sparky:
And finally, this is why our woofy cowboy gets the blues. He got beat up a lot. As in, he never even got to land a blow <giggle> on Mike Enos. I wish I had the full match, but as you folks know by now, I extract just very specific clips — and in this case, it’s the Chad Brock beatdowns. It’s a problem, I know. I’ll be in that anonymous meeting soon.
3 out of 5 Pawnches
Why the average score? Well, I did not appreciate his opponent, Mike Enos, dropping Mr. Brock’s neck on the top ropes [0:20 mark]. The inconsiderate and pumped up Enos did not even wait for Chad to get his armpits on top of the ropes to minimize the painful impact of his neck on the ropes. I guess I can’t blame Enos since he felt like the king of the world dominating a guy smaller than he was. Bravo. So that’s the reason for the decreased score. The fantasy aspect of the clip disappears once someone actually gets hurt. Not nice at all.
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