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Dusty Rhodes VS Rick Love: Who is the better man?
 

People often wonder how the legendary heartbreaker, Rick Love would match up against the Pro-Wrestling Icon, Mr. Charisma, The American Dream, Dusty Rhodes?
 
While Dusty Rhodes has be giving everyone the "American Dream", Rick Love, the world champion of Romance, has been making ladies dreams come true by pleasuring ladies in 33 countries, speaking 5 languages for more than 2 decades.
 
Dusty Rhodes is remembered for his famous battles with Superstar Billy
Graham and Ric Flair. But does he have what it takes to pin the world's
greatest lover? Rick Love has been the living example of Clarence Carter's song "Strokin" and the Charlie Rich song, "Mohair Sam" not to mention Rick Love's famous rendition of the Billy Swan song, "I Can Help".
 
Let's take a look at how Dusty Rhodes stacks up against Rick Love...
 
The tale of the tape:

Dusty Rhodes
Height: 6' 1" Weight: a soft 302 pounds
Age: Who can tell? He claims to have been born October 12th 1945 in Austin, TX.
 

Unofficial Ring Record: 1102 wins - 711 loses, oh yeah, he held the world
title several different times. blah, blah, blah... Everyone gets lucky sometimes.
 
Rick Love
Height: 5' 9"Weight: 188 pounds of twisted steel and sex appeal!
Age: A young 53 years of age. Born April 10th 1955.
Unofficial Ring Record: 0-wins, 219 loses. (OK! So What? Dusty Rhodes is a better wrestler, Rick Love is a Lover not a Fighter!)
 
A computer program used to help bookies figure out who might win a match by inputting all of the critical data about the two competitors was used to simulate a match between The American Dream Dusty Rhodes and Rick Love. Here are the results.
 
Rick Love, as the challenger, enters the ring first to the entrance music of
"Strokin" by Clarence Carter. Rick Love tosses long stem red roses to women in the crowd and accepts kisses from ladies at ringside. Referee Clyde "The Eliminator" Benefield searches Rick Love to make sure that he is not hiding any foreign objects. The referee then has Rick Love wait in a neutral corner as Dusty Rhodes's entrance music begins. The crowd goes crazy and the cheering is deafening. Once again, Clyde "The Eliminator" Benefield, the referee searches the competitor. The bell sounds and Rick Love blows kisses to women at ringside as Dustry Rhodes rushes at the center of the ring. The two men lock-up and push each other back and forth. Rick Love gives a shove that nearly knocks Dusty Rhodes on his arse. Rhodes complains to the referee that Rick Love has oil on his body and it is hard to get a hold on him. "The Eliminator" asks Rick Love if he would wipe off with a towel and he does to keep from getting disqualified. Dusty Rhodes then pushes the referee out of the way and gives Rick Love a bionic elbow that knocks him to his knees.

Dusty Rhodes then does his teeth rattling back hand and then tosses Rick Love into the far corner. Rhodes then gives Rick Love a slaps to the face that leaves red hand prints that can be seen from the snack bar.
 
Rick Love escapes from the corner by giving Dusty Rhodes a knee lift to the family jewels and follows up with a series of chops to the chest that would have made Kevin Sullivan proud. Dusty Rhodes recovers and gives Love a bionic elbow that takes him off his feet. Then Dusty Rhodes moves in and quickly applies the sleeper hold and arches his back to lock it in. Rick Love tries desperately to claw his way to the ropes to cause the hold to be broken.

Finally he reaches the top rope and the referee calls for the break. Dusty
Rhodes
chops Rick Love across the ring and then gives him a skull crushing Tomahawk chop that crosses his eyes.
 
Rick Love then does a double leg take down the legs of Dusty Rhodes and then drops a series of knees into the forehead. Dusty Rhodes recovers and then gets caught in the face with Rick Love's famous drop kick. Dusty Rhodes then falls through the ropes onto the floor. Dusty Rhodes gets to his knees just in time to greet Rick Love who has jumped through the ropes to get to him and then delivers a shot to the family jewels that brings Rick Love to his knees where Dusty Rhodes once again locks on the sleeper hold and carries Rick Love up the ring steps and in to the center of the ring. Rick Love is unable to escape and finally falls into a deep sleep.

The referee calls for the bell and Dusty Rhodes is declared the winner. Dusty Rhodes then grabs a pair of scissors from the ringside medicine kit and begins to clip locks of Rick Love's hair and toss them to the crowd. Dusty Rhodes then lifts Rick Love up and gives him a knee to the back to wake him up. Unaware that his hair was cut Rick Love then grabs the mic and gives his famous post match promo saying: "Stop it! Don't laugh at me! I told you people. I'm a Lover! Not a Fighter!"
 
For more on Pro-Wrestling's original legend and one of the greatest
wrestling champions of all time, visit www.DustyRhodes.net  The official
homepage of a Pro-Wrestling superstar, the one and only, Dusty Rhodes.

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Rick Flair VS Rick Love: Who is the better man?
 


While Ric Flair has been "styling & profiling" his way around the world, Rick Love, the real world champion of Romance, has been pleasuring ladies in 33 countries, speaking 5 languages for more than 2 decades.
 
Ric Flair was once the subject of a "Greatful Dead" song called "Heart
throb" where Austin Idol was portrayed as the better man. While Rick Love has been the living example of Clarence Carter's song "Strokin" and the Charlie Rich song, "Mohair Sam" not to mention Rick Love's famous rendition of the Billy Swan song, "I Can Help".
 
Let's take a look at how Ric Flair stacks up against Rick Love...
 
The tale of the tape:
 
Ric Flair
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: a saggy 255 pounds
Age: Who can tell? He claims to have been born February 25th 1949 in Edina, MN. Maybe we should cut him in half and count the rings.
Unofficial Ring Record: 603 wins - 211 loses, oh yeah, he held the world
title 19 different times. blah, blah, blah... Everyone gets lucky sometimes.
 
Rick Love
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 188 pounds of twisted steel and sex appeal!
Age: A young 51 years of age. Born April 10th 1955.
Unofficial Ring Record: 0-wins, 219 loses. (OK! So Ric Flair is a better
wrestler, Rick Love is a Lover not a Fighter!)
 
A computer program used to help bookies figure out who might win a match by inputting all of the critical data about the two competitors was used to simulate a match between Ric Flair and Rick Love. Here are the results.

Rick Love, as the challenger, enters the ring first to the entrance music of
"Strokin" by Clarence Carter. Rick Love tosses long stem red roses to women in the crowd and accepts kisses from ladies at ringside. Referee Clyde "The Eliminator" Benefield seaches Rick Love to make sure that he is not hiding any foreign objects. The referee then has Rick Love wait in a neutral corner as Ric Flair's entrance music begins. The crowd goes crazy and the cheering is deafening. Once again, Clyde "The Eliminator" Benefield, the referee searches the competitor. The bell sounds and Rick Love blows kisses to women at ringside as Ric Flair cautiously approaches the center of the ring. The two men lock-up and push each other back and forth. Rick Love gives a shove that nearly knocks Ric Flair on his arse. Flair complains to the referee that Rick Love pulled his hair. "The Eliminator" asks Rick Love if he pulled the hair and he denies it. Ric Flair then pushes the referee out of the way and gives Rick Love a knee lift that takes his feet off the canvas. Ric Flair then tosses Rick Love into the far corner. Flair then gives Rick Love a series of chops to the chest that leaves red hand prints that can be seen from the balcony seats. Rick Love escapes from the corner by giving Flair a thumb to the eyes and follows up with a series of thumb spikes that would have made Ox Baker proud. Ric Flair recovers and gives Love a chop that takes him off his feet.

Then Ric Flair moves in and quickly applies the figure four leg lock and lays back to lock it in. Rick Love tries desperately to claw his way to the ropes to cause the hold to be broken. Finally he reaches the bottom rope and the referee calls for the break. Ric Flair gets to his feet and chops Rick Love across the ring. Rick Love then sweeps the legs of Ric Flair and then drops a series of elbows into the chest. Ric Flair recovers and then gets caught in the face with Rick Love's famous drop kick. Ric Flair then falls face first to the mat like a cold fish. Ric Flair gets to his knees and then delivers a shot to the family jewels that brings Rick Love to his knees where Ric Flair once again drops into the figure four leg lock in the center of the ring. Rick Love is unable to escape and finally taps out. The referee calls for the bell and Ric Flair is declared the winner. Rick Love then grabs the mic and gives his famous post match promo saying: "Stop it! I told you people. I'm a Lover! Not a Fighter!"
 
For more on Pro-Wrestling original international lover and one of the
greatest wrestling champions of all time, visit www.RicFlair.com  The
official homepage of a Pro-Wrestling cultural icon, the one and only, Ric
Flair.

 

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