A Story Of a Legend: Braden Walker
Here are some quotes on Braden Walker...
Jim Ross: "He was just so amazing to watch in the ring. His work never got old."
Vince McMahon: "Walker had so much charisma in the ring and was a true legend in the business."
Bret Hart: "He was truly the best there was, and best there ever will be."
Hulk Hogan: " Braden Walker swept ECW, baby! He made a bigger impact than the Hulkster."
Mike Adamle: "He stands amongst the greats like the Harveys and the Street Fighters (Road Warriors).
Jeff Jarett: "My biggest regret was letting a legend like Walker leave."
These are just some quotes about a true legend, Braden Walker.
Walker had been most known for his signature catchphrase. "My name is Braden Walker and I'm gonna knock your brains out." He was also known for his great physical stature and his vast move-set, including the most original finisher, his DDT.
Walker won Match of the Year in 2008 in his match with a fellow legend Armando Estrada. He walked down the ECW ramp with pride as the fans were on their feet every time his music hit.
The so called, "Wildcat" had done many things in his career. He had sadly left after being called "too phenomenal for this," by Vince McMahon. He also left for bigger and better things.
He was inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame in 2009, by leading a class with the likes of Mike Adamle, Manu, and Bam Neely link. You can also buy the new Braden Walker 3-disc DVD set featuring his greatest moments. It is found in every store in your area.
From winning his debut match and leaving with his hand raised high, to leaving ECW with a smile on his face, Braden Walker will never be forgotten.
R.I.P. Braden Walker Era. 2008-2008
Watch the DVD Trailer here
Some Dream Matches
Braden Walker vs Great Khali
Braden Walker vs Ricky Ortiz
Braden Walker vs Christian (As Captain Charisma is a jobber's platform to Vince.)
Braden Walker and Cherry vs Jimmy Snuka (Present Day) and Mae Young (Present)
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