Jeremy "The Stick" Evans - He is so skinny it would be hard to catch him
along with his athleticism and hops - he could fly around the ring. The only
problem is if he got caught he could be in for it
Oh the memories...... that was a rough summer, the Jazz loosing! But man all it
took was the mail man to get in the square circle and "RASTLE" as Big
Karl called it to forget MJ and the Bulls........ Man what a summer thanks for
the walk down memory dirt road.
Great memories for sure, but I remember it different.I remember Karl
running down the court in the NBA final on NBC, flashing the "diamond
cutter" to the crown and camera, and I can remember thinking "what is he
doing? he has basketball to play and his head in in the WCW!"Karl was a great for the NBA and the Jazz, but in the post season his numbers
seemed to go down on average.I remember it as a "what if"
time, what if Karl had focused on the NBA Finals instead of the WCW... would an
NBA title be hanging in the Delta Center (E.S.A.) next to Karl's number?
What amazed me the most about the match was how Malone "TOWERED" over
Hulk Hogan. I had always thought of Hulk Hogan as this big behemoth of a man
until he stood next to Karl Malone's chiseled body. Hogan looked fat and
small by comparison.
At the time I was living in San Diego and was glad to have a great seat for the
event. The Mailman had a couple of teammates with him, Bryon Russell was one.
It was a great show and well worth the investment. Had Karl pursued wrestling,
and he still could, he would be one the great "Good Guys" of pro