WCW Thunder 12/2/99
Chris Benoit vs Jushin “Thunder” Liger
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This is the video I made to coincide with the fourth anniversary of Chris Benoit’s passing. I hope you’ll all take the time to watch and review the video, it would seriously mean a lot. Hope you like it :)
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Just wanted to let you all know that I’m currently working on a tribute video for Chris, that I will be posting on Youtube on the fourth anniversary of his passing. I don’t want to give away too much but I’m using a song by my favourite band, Avenged Sevenfold… Considering the lyrics I would say it’s coming from more of a fan’s perspective.
After this one, I am hoping to make a video featuring some of the people Chris was close to in his life, including audio clips of them speaking about him as well as footage of them together if I can find it. If you think of any good songs I could include in that one, just lemme know :)
I’m really excited about finally getting to post a video in honour of Chris as I had one unfinished that I started three years ago and wasn’t able to finish, but that I will definitely complete before the fifth anniversary of his passing. I do hope you’ll all check out the video when I post it :)
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In my eyes, the most impressive things in this video are:
In my opinion, pretty much everything Chris did in the ring was amazing. If I could describe him in one word, it would have to be “powerhouse”. Because he just is. He might not have been the biggest guy on any roster, but he was definitely one of the strongest, and I think the moves I listed above are perfect examples of his strength and skills. Rikishi, Kane and Triple H are all really big guys, but those suplexes on Rikishi and Kane were absolutely flawless, and the way he got Triple H into that Sharpshooter so quickly is just bloody brilliant. And those bridging dragon suplexes were just plain kickass.
I know that the way Chris went out is just terrible, but nothing is going to stop me respecting this man for his talent, strength, dedication and humility. Whether or not you think much of him as a person, or even if he wasn’t your favourite, you have to admit he was a living legend and one of the true greats. RIP Chris <3
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