It was an honor to know you on a personal level, as well as a professional one. One of my all time favorites. You indeed had a way with words and knew how to control/inspire all of us. who exclusively broke the news of the podcast's launch to me last year. I am enthralled by the fact that the 1979 video is better quality than the later ones. Two years later, Miss Elizabeth was brought back into the mix, managing the pair at Clash of Champions before turning on her ex-husband a few weeks later, bringing their real-life divorce into play in another feud involving Ric Flair. I met you in Louisville, KY at a Louisville Redbirds baseball game around 1995. Sent with a "KISS". When Savage joined the nWo, she was on his side. You are the greatest of all time.. Wrestling is not the same without you. We love u and miss u so much randy. You see something not entirely dissimilar in Stephanie McMahon. And the transition from soft voice and building it up to where he's shouting, 'ooh yeah', intensity and other stuff are copied from previous wrestlers though. God bless you. Another year has come and gone! What an entertainer yes the best in wrestling that I have ever seen. I think when he alternates between shouting and speaking softly ("Cream of the Crop" promo is the best example), you hear his "normal" voice, the lower one. You saved my life, one of my heros. I miss him greatly. Only a few weeks later, on May 1, 2003, Luger called 911 to report that she had stopped breathing. Loved for the ages. 1979 Savage's voice honestly sounds like his brother The Genius speaking. The two would have an emotional reconciliation at WrestleMania VII after Randy Savage lost a “retirement” match to the Ultimate Warrior. May the MADNESS NEVER end... the macho man voice was awesome,he was the BEST. Macho Man Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth Ann Hulette The Relationship of Macho Man Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth Ann Hulette. You gave the "Ohhhh Yeah" yell and a simple thumbs up. like a best friend to. He is so missed still. As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends. He doesn't have any interesting just crazy "bad guys" to fight. You still made a kid feel good. Randy "Macho Man" Savage, the professional wrestler known for his raspy voice, the sunglasses and bandanas he wore in the ring and the young woman named Miss Elizabeth who often accompanied him, died in a car crash Friday in Florida. WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, whom Savage once battled at WrestleMania, once told ESPN that Savage was content with his career and simply wanted to stay out of the limelight. my heart and prayers are with the family and friends of randy. Rip Randy you were a great in the ring and a friend. A true legend!your star Will shine forever! Randy Savage’s father, the great Angelo Poffo, started up his own independent wrestling promotion, International Championship Wrestling, in 1978 as a means to get exposure for his two sons, Randy and Lanny, who was known as Leapin’ Lanny Poffo before later becoming “The Genius” in WWE. Macho Man Forever. But it’s impossible to mention Savage without also mentioning his one-time real-life wife and valet, Miss Elizabeth. Macho Man Randy Savage real name was Randall Mario Poffo, but he was more famous by his ring name Randy savage. Is this the ICW "Freak Out" promo? It appears that over the next year, he started moving into the raspy voice known around the world. When Savage returned in 1999, he had a new valet on his arm, his real-life 23-year-old girlfriend Gorgeous George, while Miss Elizabeth had begun her involvement on and off the screen with Lex Luger. wwe champ of the world macho man yea!!!!!! Sportskeeda's own Riju Dasgupta recently revealed how WWE's current Mr Money in the Bank, Otis, revealed how his "Oh, yeah" line was even inspired by Macho Man, but where did the iconic voice come from? I forget who he credits but he has credited them multiple times before and I don't think he's ever claimed he invented them. So he began his wrestling career after baseball in his early 20s to continue his family endowment. Since been two years today. Macho Man used to frequent the same beach as I did. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow. No one can fill your shoes. God bless your heart!!! He makes it more so though for promos. © Copyright 2020 Endgame360 Inc. All Rights Reserved. He was 58. On May 20th, 2011, the tragic passing of "Macho Man" Randy Savage was mourned by wrestling fans all over the world. Here's part of an IGN interview where he talks normally.. it's his real voice https://youtu.be/CaOpIwu0HyI.