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Arn Anderson


Also known as Marty Lunde, Super Olympia, Jim Vertaroso

Current gimmick: Arn Anderson
Promotion: World Wrestling Entertainment
Age: 57 years
Birthplace: Rome, Georgia, USA
Gender: male
Height: 6' 0" (183 cm)
Weight: 251 lbs (114 kg)
Alter egos: Arn Anderson
Jim Vertaroso
Marty Lunde
Super Olympia
Roles: Singles Wrestler (1982 - 1997)
Tag Team Wrestler (1982 - 1997)
Road Agent (2001 - today)
Color Commentator
Beginning of in-ring career: 01.1982
End of in-ring career: 18.10.1997
Wrestling style: Allrounder
Trainer: Ted Allen
Nickname(s): "Double A", "The Enforcer"
Trademark holds: Spinebuster, DDT
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
The Chosen One wrote on 09.06.2016:
[7.0] "Arn Anderson is a legend. I actually believe he could be the second person of all time to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice since he is already in with the Four Horseman. Speaking of the Four Horseman, Arn was really the stand out of the four besides the leader, Ric Flair. His finisher the Brainbuster is great and I love the way he does it."
Mean Smark Callous wrote on 15.04.2016:
[7.0] "I disagree with my peers on Arn's mic skills. They were ok. Other than that, a solid wrestler, sold well, and was also legitimately tough as nails. Survived being stabbed multiple times by Sid Vicious with a pair of scissors. must have been quite a night."
Mizzle Assault Ant wrote on 23.12.2015:
[10.0] "Unequivocally one of the best of all time, and I think in another time and place he could have been an even bigger star than he was. Unfortunately for him, in some ways, he was around at the same time as Flair and was content to sit in that large shadow rather than push for something more. Still, he is undoubtedly one of the best ever, from his utterly flawless psychology to his hard hitting offense, from his spectacular stooging and bumping to his gritty holds and tricks, from his down to earth yet threatening look to his absolutely unmatched promo ability, Arn had absolutely every tool a wrestler would ever need to be the greatest, except perhaps the ego to force his star to rise."
Squared Circle wrote on 25.11.2015:
[1.0] "Far and away, the single most overrated wrestler of all time. Hmmmm... where to start? Ok the nickname, a dumpy, constipated looking, short, bald fat guy named "The Enforcer". OMG, that's like fall on the ground funny. I'd expect him to be a character in a Bean or Steve Martin movie. But we were supposed to buy into it? Um... no sell. Decent, at best on the mat. Ok decent is a strong word, but he could sell and over sell when required. His offense was bit above pedestrian. Decent mic skills, although, you'd try not to chuckle thinking the guy was going to get in there with: Luger, Sting, Hawk, Animal. I mean him and Blanchard against the Road Warriors in Chi Town heat? Are you freakin' kiddin' me?"
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 18.08.2015:
[9.0] "The Enforcer was one of the great technical wrestlers of his time, and also very underrated on the mic - he might not have had the bravado of longtime associate Ricc Flair, but his tough-talking, no-nonsense style stood on its own and provided a nice counterpoint to the Nature Boy. Probably most renowned for his tag team work with several partners, including Flair, Tully Blanchard and Ole Anderson, as well as an interesting and too-short-lived team with Larry Zbyszko. An integral part of the Four Horsemen and the '80s-'90s wrestling scene in general."
bigdaddy1 wrote on 20.01.2015:
[9.0] "Long career with some of the biggest names in the business. One of only a dozen "10" matches I ever saw was his 1991 street fight tag match with Barry Windham against Doom. I'll always be a fan of Double A and the 4 Horsemen. A true pro - terrific in the ring, and under appreciated on the mic at a time before wrestlers could get away with what they say today - if he'd had come along 15 yrs later he would be an idol instead of just a legend."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 13.12.2014:
[8.0] "Arn Anderson accomplished almost everything possible within the NWA/WCW except for a main event run. Nevertheless, he was a sound technical wrestler and enforcer for the Four Horsemen. Now serves the WWE as a road agent."
JamieRollins wrote on 04.10.2014:
[3.0] "Arn Anderson is far far well well over rated just like Ric Flair is, he isn't really strong, defo not very fast and carries out zero high risk moves, very boring to watch and very limited enough said!"
Phenomenal91 wrote on 25.08.2014:
[8.0] "Damn good. Simple as that. He always gave it his all in the ring every single time he stepped inside. He sacrificed for the business, and he's still giving his all as a man behind the scenes. Probably the most overlooked talker in the business, a man who didn't look like a pretty boy, and sure as hell didn't wrestle like one. He took care of business. He's probably the greatest American wrestler never to have been a world champion. This man is one of the best ever. This man IS wrestling."
PHILLYWALT wrote on 03.11.2013:
[7.0] "My exact definition of a 7. A role player the guy every winning team has on it. An original horseman, and legendary tag team competitor with many, most notable Ole & Tully. But at the end of the day a role player."

Current Total Rating
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Number of comments: 72
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Average Rating: 8.39
Average in 2016: 8.96
Average in 2015: 8.69
Average in 2014: 8.00
Average in 2013: 8.00
Average in 2012: 8.80
Average in 2011: 7.90
Average in 2010: 8.73
Average in 2009: 8.94
Average in 2008: 8.28
Average in 2007: 8.18

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