For Holiday’s and special occassions I planned on doing different things with the QOTD. Since Father’s Day fell on a Sunday, I’m gonna do it here. So, in celebration of the fathers, you get TWO questions! Yes, finally, the hard-work & toiling of fatherhood has finally paid off. Caliber looks out for his people. Anyone wanting to submit a question, [email protected]
First question comes from Bill Ray:
Here's a question for you and the blog: what's your favorite rarely-seen spot in
wrestling? I'm partial to the "gorilla presses opponent on the floor and
into the ring" spot, which the power babyfaces should bring back at some point. How say you?"
I think the reason we haven't seen that spot is because we haven't had any real "power" wrestlers, like
Warlord, or LOD. I think Goldberg was the last wrestler in that vein. As for a spot that I miss, well,
I'd have to go with the double noggin' knocker. I say that purely for nostalgia reasons, because it's
completely ridiculous and would be laughed at today. If I had to choose one move that represents the 80's
wrestling scene, it'd be the DNK. Well, at least for the WWE.
This one comes from Jeff Bailey
"Here's one I've been wondering about: Why didn't Capcom ever make a Powerstone style Marvel Superheroes game? It seems like such an
obvious idea (at least to me.) Then again many of Capcom's Marvel related decisions boggle my mind. So I guess my question is, if you were Capcom what game would you have made?
Or not even just Capcom necessarily."
I want Street Fighter vs Mortal Kombat. I mean, they were the two biggest fighting games of the 90's,
with fans on each side swearing their series is the best. I was always the Mortal Kombat fan, but Street
Fighter is an undeniable classic. I'd love to see what kind of Fatalities they'd cook up for the
Street Fighter guys. I also want Jason as a DLC.
How say you guys?