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Friday, August 29, 2008

Funk's Corner - Dare Devil Workers

Courtesy of Dory Funk Jr.:

Once in a while a "Dare Devil" style worker comes along in professional wrestling. They are spectacular to watch perform because every time out their goal is to give something to amaze the wrestling fans.

Such is the case with All Japan Pro Wrestling's Great Muta who thrilled wrestling fans here in America in the glory days of Ted Turner's Super Station and World Championship Wrestling. Tiger Mask (Satoru Seyama) and Dynamite Kid gave Japan some of the most spectacular wrestling matches ever.

One of my students from the WWE Funking Dojo, Jeff Hardy currently thrills wrestling fans with his high risk moves including a Swanton Bomb from the top rope, top of a ladder, off the stage, off a cage or any other high altitude perch.

Dare Devil work here in America began with Leapin' Larry Chene in the fifties with his high flying moves and "Death Walk" from the ring apron down to the floor.

Here at the Funking Conservatory we are blessed with an athlete who thrills our wrestling fans with creativity and an Evil Knevel Dare Devil style of reckless abandon.

His name is Blain Rage one of many of our Funking Conservatory Athletes who will be looked at closely by All Japan Pro Wrestling's Osamu Nishimura when he comes to the Funking Conservatory Saturday September 6th and Sunday September 7th to scout wrestling talent for his company in Japan.

Now on our website at http://www.dory-funk.com Blain Rage does a 450 splash from the top of a steel cage.

Dory Funk Jr. - Coach of the Funking Conservatory Wrestling School

Photo - Blain Rage