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Old Mar 3, 2005, 11:32 PM   #1
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I am working of a tribute to the great native american professional wrestler from the 60's and 70's, Chief Jay Strong Bones, who is a legend here in Malta. Chief Jay Strong Bones is pictured on the right, below, doing his infamous warrior dance, which usually spelled the end for his opponent:



His was known for his lethal "tomahawk chop" and sleeper hold. Here is my tribute:

Does anybody want to do the Chief Jay Strong Bones dance?
Does anybody want to do the Chief Jay Strong Bones dance?
You have to wear a head-dress and you can't wear any pants...


That's it. After that, I'm stuck. So, I'm turning the the creative people of this forum for help. Any suggestions?
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Old Mar 3, 2005, 11:44 PM   #2
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you guys had Baron Miguel Secluna in Malta! He was a big wrestler back then too! biggest feet in the wwf!
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Old Mar 3, 2005, 11:45 PM   #3
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you guys had Baron Miguel Secluna in Malta!* He was a big wrestler back then too!* biggest feet in the wwf!
The Baron is God!
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Old Mar 4, 2005, 8:01 AM   #4
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I don't want to argue with you but wasn't that Chief Jay StrongBOW?? Or am I thinking of someone else??

When it came to wrestling, he was in the know..
The tomahawk chop, what a lethal blow..
See it coming, It's time to go...
Back in the day, of Chief Strong Bow..

Many he faced, comers one and all..
Watching on the tube, we had a ball..
Hot Rod, Jesse, George "the animal" Steel..
All of their pain, He made us feel.

With gags costumes and gimmicks, they put on the show..
Pro wrestling's a show, As we all know..
Some made it look easy, with others it's slow..
The former's the case, Of Chief Strong Bow..

I've been up all night, with this infernal machine..
It's time for bed, my brain needs a clean..

Later,
Jeff


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Old Mar 4, 2005, 8:09 AM   #5
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Jeff... that was beautiful! (Tears well up in eyes...) I'm sure NickTrop will appreciate it when he see's it. And - yes, it was Chief Jay Strong BOW.
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And we thought all the genius came from Malta. Good job Jeff!
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Hey Nick, Did he ever climb Space Mountain in his career? :G
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Hey Nick, Did he ever climb Space Mountain in his career? :G
(Speaking for Nick...) Nah, don't think so. His 'rasslin' days were all but over by the late 70's, and wasa WWF staple in the pre-cable days when you didn't see 'rasslers from the NWA or AWA unless they jumped ship, vice-vera.Strrong Bowwas a laugh riot though. Kinda like a precursor to Hogan. Always a face. He would get beat 1/2 to death for 10 minutes (nobody took a beatin' like the Chief. Even better than Flair), then in the last couple minutes of the match he would come back from the dead,go into some ridiculous, laugh-out-loud "war dance" wherein he was impervious to pain. The other 'rassler would drop to their knees and beg for mercy before the chief would apply the sleeper.

'Course, the referee - like always, would raise his victim's limp arm, which wouldslump back down (hysterical) three times, good as a pin. Victim would be out cold on the mat, the crowd goeswild. As an added bonus, after the match, Strong Bow would refuse to "wake the victim up" and arguewith thereferee for a couple minutes before reluctantly agreeing. The"specialindian chief technique" for waking-up a victim ofthe indiansleeper hold was to get thevictim in a sitting position (still lights out) and deliver a hard slap on the back... victim"wakes up" all discombobulated still thinking the match ison.

Hysterical! Who ever came up with this stuff back in the day were masters of laugh-out-loud high-camp humor. Strong Bow 'rassled until he was about 96 year old (kinda like Flair now...) and moved like it,big beer gut'n all, winning matches against 20-something chiseled weight-lifter types twice his size. Amazing.
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Thanks Goldar! Wrestling in the 70's was just a little before my time.
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