We all know that wrestlers come back a lot after "retiring" (Stone Cold and Mick Folly are two examples of this). So do you think that Rick Flair will be back (in front of the camera) in the future after he "retires"?
Personally I think he will be at WM25 wrestling in a “Legends” match of some sort13 AnswersWrestling1 decade ago
Ok yes Brock was a WWE superstar, but before that he was a wrestler in college coming in 2nd in the NCAA in 1999 and Wining the NCAAA in 2000 overall record in college 106-5. Not to mention he was an All American wrestler while in High School.
So FAKE wrestler? I think not, but hey what are your options on it.10 AnswersWrestling1 decade ago
The TV show "ER" is saying that they are treating 300 people on the 300th episode. Although this sounds like a large number how does it relate to real life? Is it high, low, or about right. I'm not talking about just traumas, but the number of patients seen in a 24Hr period3 AnswersOther - Health1 decade ago
is there anyway to fight it or do they just get to pick answers they disagree with and have them removed?4 AnswersYahoo Answers1 decade ago
I have a nice 4 port router (that norly works fine for me) but this weekend I am hosting a LAN party with somewhere between 5-8 people showing up. I need a cheap way (8 port routers cost about $150) to expand on my curent capacity.6 AnswersComputer Networking1 decade ago