The Top Ten Moves of Super Crazy





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Uploaded on Oct 23, 2009

Most of you will likely recognize the man known as Super Crazy. Whether you recognize the majority of the moves featured here may be up in the air, depending on how familiar you are with the man. Super Crazy has competed in the Lucha ranks under the names Histeria, and Super Loco sporadically, but has consistently been known as Super Crazy for the majority of his career. Crazy got his first big break wrestling Yoshihiro Tajiri in FMW during a cross promotion between FMW and ECW, and caught the eye of Paul Heyman. Not long after that, both men debuted against one another in early 1999. From there, it was all up, as they had an intense, but friendly rivalry until Tajiri chose to align himself with Steve Corino. The feud only intensified at that point, as the two competed in several classic matches in ECW from 1999 right on through the summer of 2000, even trading the ECW World Television Title after Crazy won the tournament at Living Dangerously. Unfortunately, Tajiri would eventually head to the WWF after ECW's demise, while Crazy headed across the lands to various Indy feds. Crazy eventually also made it to WWE, where he, Psicosis, and Juventud Guerrera aligned as the Mexicools. Psicosis and Juvi wouldn't last long, but Crazy did until 2006, in which health problems reared their ugly head. Super Crazy's name pretty much describes his style, as he pulls off some incredible Moonsault variations, as well as a sick Sheerdrop Brainbuster, and a Spiral Bomb that will put down even the toughest of opponents.

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