It Came From YouTube: Paul Fisher is a lot like Kurt Angle (in so far as they’re both male).

10 Submitted by on Fri, 14 February 2014, 02:05

Crapper B. Amoda writes:

Judo Joe? Bah! At least he might have been trained at some point. Fisher appears to have never stepped through the ropes prior to this match. Not only can’t he run the ropes, he can’t even lock up correctly.

Hey, I think Paul is a great wrestler! You’d have to be nuts to disagree with me!

(Get it? Paul Fisher… Fisher brand nuts? Ha ha ha! I kill me!).

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10 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Paul Fisher is a lot like Kurt Angle (in so far as they’re both male)."
  1. Ezenwa says:

    This is what happens when It came from youtube mixes with the Jobber of the Week. Worlds are colliding.

  2. John C says:

    I love the old days of squash matches when the jobber looks like he not only has never been in a gym but doesn’t know anyone named Jim. This has all the magical components for me, you get mop headed looking Danny Davis as the ref, Vince burying his “talent enhancement” and The Sarge nearly killing the guy with a clothesline. On the WWE Network if they had a 10 hour block of squash matches I could watch those straight through.

  3. ducky says:

    what’s the deal with gomer ?

    • John C says:

      You must be to young to know of the great Jim Nabors and his show Gomer Pyle: USMC. Gomer was a naïve goofball who got in trouble with his tough leader Sgt. Carter. So the idiot crowd should have been calling Slaughter, Carter instead since he was the heel and Gomer was the babyface.

  4. Big D says:

    I feel any knowledgable wrestling fan nowadays could run the ropes and lock up better than “Poor” Paul Fisher. As for selling a brutal clothesline…….. I’ll give him props. lol

  5. TMS says:

    I remember the days of the “enhancement talent”. My friends and I used to joke that a WWF talent scout would go outside and grab random guys off the street, throw some tights and boots on them and feed them to the wrestlers.

    @ Ducky: The “Gomer” signs were references to the show “Gomer Pyle USMC” TV series, which aired from 1964-1969. Go ahead and Google it, while remembering that Sarge’s whole gimmick was based around his real-life background of being a USMC drill sergeant.

  6. Walt says:

    What impressed me more than Fisher…and anything is more impressive…is the fact that for the “commercial” the venues were high school facilities. I don’t think you’d ever see that again for WWE.

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