Was this the only video game that Chris Candido ever made an appearance in?
Konnan had a lot of choreographed "highspots" in his early days that took a lot of contrived set up as he tried to work Lucha spots while breaking down from injuries and steroids. This spot in particular just looks like they plotted it out w/o the steps in mind.
I remember Worldwide used to air at like Midnight on Saturdays in that era and Bobby actually seemed the most like WWF Bobby that he had in years. He definitely seemed like he was much more relaxed and less handcuffed than on the more important shows. I remember him being very funny and had good chemistry with Scott. Of course they did end up replacing him with a heelish Mike Tenay towards the end though, but I remember Tenay being okay in that role. WCW thinking Mark Madden was the young hip alternative to Bobby The Brain showed the competency of the people in charge. That guy would never reach a young audience. Bobby was a bad announcer by 1999/2000, but he was still Bobby Heenan and had a air of class and esteem that he carried himself with that a fat guy wearing a Hawaiian Shirt quoting Kevin Smith all the time couldn't bring. The Gimmick Battle Royal showed the guy still had it and it's a shame that they didn't let Bobby be Bobby after 1994.Looks too big to be Adrian Byrd who I barely remember so take it FWIW but I do remember him being a little guy.
Dunn wanted youth by gawd. We are lucky Mean Gene got to do Confidential. Had cancer not struck, I'm sure Heenan would have been a regular for reunions and PPV comedy skits.I wonder why Heenan didn't get the call after Lawler left. Heyman was the best choice, but Heenan was Heenan.
Conrad asked JR about Heenan coming in to replace Lawler in ‘01 and I guess Heenan’s back and neck were so fucked go that he could work the WWF schedule. Maybe that had something to do too with WCW replacing him with Madden?I wonder why Heenan didn't get the call after Lawler left. Heyman was the best choice, but Heenan was Heenan.