Curt Hennig, better known as Mr Perfect, is a WWE Hall of Famer. He billed himself as the perfect wrestler, which showed when he went undefeated for over a whole year. He fought many huge names such as Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart; he was also a former Intercontinental Champion with the WWE and a former United States and Tag Team Champion with WCW. Despite never winning a World Championship with either company, Kurt was still loved and respected by fans for his perfection in the squared circle.
Unfortunately Curt Hennig’s life was brought to a tragic end in February 2003 when he was found dead in his hotel room.
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Mr Perfect’s move-set consists of Technical (hold R1 and flick the right analogue stick left) and Old School grapples (hold R1 and flick the right analogue stick right). The good thing about his move-set is that it focuses on all parts of the body (he’s not called Perfect for nothing) from the Headlock (in an old school grapple, flick the right analogue stick down), to the jumping Armbreaker (in a technical grapple, flick the right analogue stick left), to the Sambo Suplex (in a technical grapple, flick the right analogue stick right), Mr Perfect will certainly leave your opponent with heavy damage.
Mr Perfect’s finishers are the Fisherman Suplex (Press L1 when standing in front of a groggy opponent) and the Back Suplex Pin (Press L1 when behind an opponent). Both of these finishers are instant pin moves and both have very little effect of your opponent, so you should make sure your opponent is already badly damaged before attempting either finisher.
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