Rikishi Wasn't Cleared To Do A Stinkface On The Raw Reunion | WrestleTalk
The aptly named maneuver involves the mammoth matman planting his ample buttocks on the face of a helpless opponent who finds himself incapacitated in the corner of the ring. Born Solafa Fatu Jr. Old School Championship Wrestling will move from its normal base of operation, the Hanahan Rec Center, to the outdoors for this special show. The fact that they have never had pro wrestling there, and OSCW gets to be the first, is fantastic. So this event will have the same quality live pro wrestling action and all-ages entertainment that OSCW attendees have become accustomed to, but it will be very different in that it is outdoors, away from our home base of Hanahan. Unfortunately there is no designated parking for this event. Like all events at the beach, parking will be a challenge, but it will be well worth it.
Rikishi Wasn’t Cleared To Do A Stinkface On The Raw Reunion
Stinkface: this move sees a wrestler rubbing their buttocks in the face of an opponent lying in the corner of the ring, done to humiliate the opponent. The wrestler may or may not rub their buttocks in the opponents face, as some have been shown with the wrestler simply sitting and relaxing on the opponent's face. The wrestler may fart if they want during this move, to further humiliation. While the move was created to embarrass the opponent, some have apparently enjoyed—even begged—for the stinkface.
The bulldozing presence of the Samoan wrestler, coupled with his attire that saw him wear a thong, was enough to attract a lot of fans to the product. Perhaps his biggest claim to fame was when he was revealed as the mystery attacker who barged his car into Stone Cold Steve Austin. However, in hindsight, that was just a miniscule percentage of who the WWE Hall of Famer was and that might not even be remembered when you commemorate his legacy. In essence, Rikishi was an entertainer. Pure snd simple.