Nikita Koloff believes that Sid Vicious had an “unwise” style as a competitor to the ring.
Koloff is best known for his role in Jim Crockett Promotions և World Championship Wrestling (WCW) from 1984 to 1992. WCW:,
Speaking of: Wrestling shooting interviews James Ames Romero, Koloff was asked to comment on Sid Vicious. The former NWA national weightlifting champion made it clear that Sid is not the easiest person to wrestle.
“There are some guys in wrestling who have had a reputation for being famous … I will use the word reckless … reckless,” Koloff said. “Sid was a lot, he was a big boy, a very physical boy. You just had to be vigilant, I think, just make sure I was defending myself when I was in the ring with Sid.”
Sid Vicious (real name Sid Eudy) was known as Sid Justice during his initial escape WWE: From 1991 to 1992. From 1995 to 1997, he also used the name Sycho Sid in the WWE.
Sid Vicious հեղինակ WWE Hall of Fame credentials
Despite his recklessness, Sid Vicious was one of the most successful wrestlers of the 1990s. WrestleMania’s double main rival has twice hosted the WWE և WCW World Heavyweight Championship.
“I think Sidi was destined to become a Hall of Fame,” he said. “He is one of the unique talents that people will always remember, no matter what. He looked huge. He made a big promo, people remember him. ” [H/T Wrestle Zone]
Sid Wicious last competed in the WWE in 2012, when he defeated Heath Slater in an impromptu game at RAW.
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