Thursday, January 29, 2009


Throughout wrestling history, there have been countless Russian stars.
A-level Russians would be guys like the Koloffs and Nikolai Volkoff.
B-level would be Boris Zhukov & Krusher Kruschev.
C-level would be Chris Markoff, Soldat Ustinov and Alexei Smirnoff.
Korstia Korchenko is like a level-Y Russian, which from a wrestling stand-point, sits him somewhere between the likes of the Ding Dongs, Friar Ferguson, and Lazor Tron.
...And to be a worse Russian than a Scotsman with a speech impediment, that takes some effort. But what can you say about a guy whose main claim to fame is that he holds the "only recorded victory over Idi Amin"? As far as wrestling boasts go... that one fails on virtually every level.

Actually, I take back what I said... Lazor Tron is way cooler than this guy.

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