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  • He at the time knew that that was going to be it for him. He had to go out there perform like he always did. The thing that gets me is in 96 when he was the man in the WWF and the ratings were bad, it doesn't matter who was the guy at the top, no company or wrestler would out draw the NWO in the ratings. NWO was something special and HBK couldn't out do them by himself and he was by himself in doing so
    That's what I'm saying and it was hard to watch him in that match because you knew how much pain he was going through, but HBK as a professional made it seem like nothing was wrong and dug down deep inside him to stay focused at the task at hand. Even with the taller guys, HBK worked his tail off for example The Great Kali and made him look good
    Not sure if you've ever seen this video, but check it out, it says it all HBK Westlemania History - YouTube
    It doesn't make sense though, as an in-ring performer no one could touch him. He made everyone he fought so much better in the ring
    I just appreciate talent when I see it and I respect the guys from the past for what they did. But you got to admit, there was no justifiable reason to say HBK was a flop
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