Never a Failure [Big Boss Man] (Circa 1998)


With a high impact attack he'll lay you flat on your back.
A Boss Man. Wonder why they call him that? Watch the match.
Opponent down on the mat. How long's the beating gonna last?
He came back and wore black. '98 through '03.

Enforced security for Mr. V efficiently.
When it came to beating ass, he brought no deficiency.
A legit badass when entering the wrestling ring.
Shades and a black nightstick for pulverizing.

A heel character. Never a failure.
His gimmick pushed it to the limit, reaching a stature
of immortality seen by few in the industry.
True. In reality his gimmick was his currency generator
before becoming a pro wrestler. Think it's all fake?
Annihilate ya, make a mess of ya.
The best of ya arsenal will deal a small toll.
A brute. When he hung at Wrestlemania, he dangled.

...He wasn't strangled, his spine still intact.
In my mind I wonder if he had a harness strapped.
Anyway...back in the day, I recollect the Coliseum.
Hogan ice cream bar in my hand; witnessed wrestling's museum.

Classic characters. The Cobb County man with a
nightstick in his hand was in Richfield at more than one time in his
life span. How can you deny with that twist in his eye,
he's that Cobb County guy who leaves ya paralyzed.

Scared to try? Ain't up for the challenge on the fly?
To the rest of the roster I imply, beware for a chair and a nightstick.
The pain he'll inflict will resonate through your body
from your eyes to ya toe tip.

If ya think you're slick, he'll interfere during your match.
Wind up and swing the nightstick just like he was up to bat.
But the ball is your dome. And when they wheel ya home,
you'll get not one privilege. Get your hands off the phone!

The hardcore champ's got somethin' to say 'bout that.
On a sweat soaked mat you lay dazed and flat.
Spat upon by the mastodon. No jokes when he's around.
Intensity in his aura enough to knock you down.

A heel character. Never a failure.
His gimmick pushed it to the limit, reaching a stature
of immortality seen by few in the industry.
True. In reality his gimmick was his currency generator
before becoming a pro wrestler. Think it's all fake?
Annihilate ya, make a mess of ya.
The best of ya arsenal will deal a small toll.
A brute. When he hung at Wrestlemania, he dangled.


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