Won the Match for his Team [Blue Blazer]


Why's that guy look like a Power Ranger?
Oh yeah, that's right, he's the Blue Blazer.
Punishment gimmick, but I still liked it.
But it wasn't no punishment when he started.

Didn't wanna bring him in as Bret's brother.
First, he was the Blue Angel.
But the Blue Blazer was the superhero gimmick he was given.
March '89 edition,

Saturday Night's Main Event.
DiBiase beat him with a 1, 2, 3.
At Wrestle Mania 5, Mr. Perfect
suplexed his chance of winning the match.

Richfield; '88 Survivor Series.
He was on a face team. They got the victory.
But, of course, the Blazer was eliminated.
I knew he wouldn't make it. But the Warrior saved it,

won the match for his team. Saw it on the screen, live TV.
Blazer was the gimmick that was entertaining me.
Lazer beam sounds in sounds in his entrance theme.
It's an era I'm glad I've seen.

Gradient on the logo; impressing.
VHS tape stretching...
when it plays in the VCR.
I wonder how far

Owen would have made it these days.
Wish I would have seen Owen as the Blue Blaze
live in person. Now that I think of it,
that happened. I just can't remember it

too well. I was real little.
Sittin' in the nosebleeds with a bottle.
But, of course the Blazer was eliminated.
I knew he wouldn't make it. But the Warrior saved it,

won the match for his team. Fist pumping after the victory.
In unison with me, sittin' section D
up on tier three of the seating.
My ears were ringing.

I'm pissed off at whoever told
Owen he had to descend from the rafters.
Every time I've thought about it after
I can't help but remember

what I once read. A grand entrance
they had planned for Owen that day.
Gave it a test run, even Vincent K
tried it for himself. But I say,

his entrance would have been damn grand if
he had walked the entrance ramp.
I prefer that intro style.
Would have been just fine if he walked down the aisle.

Why's that guy look ridiculous?
If it was me, I'd probably be pissed.
Owen was a man's man, did what he had.
In my eyes, on the same exact level as Bret.

Worked the gimmick, played the schtick.
Told the kids to drink milk, eat vitamins.
That's how you know it's from an era that's
long gone passed.

Lives on in remembrance. Far lost days.
Wish I would have seen Owen as the Blue Blaze
live in person. Now that I think of it,
that happened. I just can't remember it

too well. I was real little. Sittin'
in the nosebleeds, oblivious to the battle.
But, of course, the Blazer was eliminated.
I knew he wouldn't make it. But the Warrior saved it,

won the match for his team. Clapping after the victory.
Jumpin' up outta your seat. Spill ya popcorn.
Got Pepsi on ya feet, 'cause ya kicked over
your neighbor's soda, sittin' on the floor.

Damn, man, now ya gotta hand him five bucks.
Or he might right there give you a suplex.
Here's what to do next: pass the test.
At last, the best one

stays in the seat. Other one's in a daze.
Wish I would have seen Owen as the Blue Blaze
live in person. Now that I think of it,
that happened. I just can't remember it

too well. I was real little. Sittin'
in the nosebleeds, oblivious to the battle.
But, of course, the Blazer was eliminated.
I knew he wouldn't make it. But the Warrior saved it,

won the match for his squad. How odd; it was all a facade.
The participants made agreements prior to
the contest. Laced up the shods.
Sold shots that barely grazed their body.

Even if ya took the move correctly, ya
felt pain shoot through your spinal chord.
When you're suplexed on the ground real hard,
it might be a bad day.

When you walk, feel sharp pain.
Wish I would have seen Owen as the Blue Blaze
live in person. Now that I think of it,
that happened. I just can't remember it

too well. I was real little.
Sittin' far away, before the Coliseum fell.
But, of course, the Blazer was eliminated.
I knew he wouldn't make it. But the Warrior saved it
Won the match for his team...
Won the match for his team.


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