Minhyuk Appreciation

It’s Minhyuk’s birthday so here I am crying about who Minhyuk is

No.Mercy Era Minhyuk was…

  • the introduction of the sun
  • smiles despite being towards last place
  • staying in the studio helping his main competitor with choreo
  • comforting the higher number spots while he sat at 11th
  • boyfriend!Minhyuk
  • husky vocals and sweet songs
  • proving his talent as a dancer and vocalist
  • proving he was more than the visual line

Originally posted by kihyeun

Trespass/ No Exit Era Minhyuk was…

  • being the speaker of the group
  • enlisting in the Jooheon protection squad
  • shielding Jooheon from copycat Zico comments
  • telling Jooheon he was handsome because Jooheon struggled with his image
  • realizing Minhyuk smiled so hard because he has a passion for the stage
  • birth of “Minmoongie”

Originally posted by ohmyarin

Hero/Rush Era Minhyuk was…

  • playful Minhyuk
  • the birth of “yellow card-imnida”
  • Sass master minhyuk
  • “Are they…wrestling??”
  • enlisting in Shownu protection squad
  • birth of the “jacket dance”
  • telling Shownu he’s a valuable and great leader
  • working out for a week to get abs
  • Vampire!Minhyuk

Originally posted by kihqun

All In/ Stuck Era was…

  • Jack Frost Minhyuk
  • Actor!Minhyuk
  • Hyungwon protection squad
  • “lately this hyung has really been taking care of me” -hyungwon about Minhyuk
  • iconic bathtub scene
  • overworked and broken Minhyuk
  • which led to fanboy!Minhyuk with Changkyun
  • scared to be in the hospital and off camera for too long because he thought we wouldn’t like him anymore
  • learning the choreography and dancing along in the crowd
  • learning calligraphy to handwriting lyrics to sing his own song at their first concert so everyone can sing along

Originally posted by beastdw

Fighter Era Minhyuk is…

  • return of boyfriend!Minhyuk
  • enlisting in the Wonho protection squad
  • realizing Wonho’s insecurities and telling Wonho he’s good enough
  • offering the fans his umbrella so they will be okay
  • it’s using a towel over his head because he gave his umbrella away
  • playing with children and making them smile
  • it’s telling the members to take care of themselves
  • starting an art exhibit with Kihyun
  • modelling with Hyungwon

Originally posted by changkkung

Minhyuk is happiness.  He is caring for his members more than he cares about himself.  It’s putting aside his own insecurities to help his members become better people.  He is smiles and comfort.  He is the protection of monbebes.  He is the life force of Monsta X that the members and monbebes cliing to when they’re feeling down.  He’s more than his face and body.  



Running the Ropes -  Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout /  Ring of Destruction: Slam Masters II (Capcom, Arcade, 1994)

Just appreciating the basics here. How a wrestler bounces off the ropes dictates a lot about their style. I always appreciate the extra mile of having unique animations for hitting the ropes, even though it’s rarely implemented.


The Zodiac arrives in WCW
[July 15th, 1995]

The 90s were weird as fuck. In this video, the former Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake debuts in WCW as a gift to Kevin Sullivan from The Master (also known as King Curtis Iaukea) to rule in The Dungeon Of Doom. Beefcake’s character in WCW is known as The Zodiac, the fourth name that Ed Leslie would be known as in WCW, but the second pairing he’d have with Kevin Sullivan (the previous being one third of The 3 Faces Of Fear). I love how WCW knew exactly what they were doing with Beefcake by giving him the little dialogue they did, and boy did he knock it out of the park. Soon after The Zodiac debuted, he turned on The Dungeon Of Doom, being revealed by Hulk Hogan as being a mole to help aide Hogan in his feud with Sullivan. Afterward, Leslie became known as The Booty Man.

*Sigh* Did someone in WCW hate him, or?

Also, King Curtis Iaukea is no relation to The Artist Formerly Known As Prince Iaukea.

AU suggestion

Bad Bob Zimmermann is a master thief. Jack has to wrestle with his father’s legacy of cat burglary, and becomes a Robin Hood-esque figure, robbing only those who he figures will not be significantly hurt by this. When stealing the famous Knight Sapphire, he meets Beauchamp Knight, who wants to rebel against his parents and begs to join him in his quest. Slowly their band of thieves grows, until they run up against Agents Eric Bittle and Larissa Duan, the FBI agents dedicated to catching them and stopping them once and for all.

Day 397 - Luchabull | ルチャブル | Hawlucha

The master of wrestling, gliding and showmanship. Luchabull is a showoff, but has the skill to back it up. You’ll find them practicing their special fighting style against anything like rocks, trees or even in cities between skyscrapers.

(P.S. New Pokémon drawings every single day. Commissions open!

(701 / 721)

Video of “speedpainting” Luchabull alone:


1.WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw 2011

2. WWF Wrestlefest

3. Virtual Pro Wreslting 2

4. John Cena’s Sexy High School Adventure

5. WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw

6. 3 Count Bout

7. RustleCuffs: WWE All Stars (2nd Impact)

8. Kinnikuman Grand Prix 2

9. Wrestle Angel Survivor!

10. WWF Wrestlemaina: The Arcade Game

11. 5 Star Wrestling

12. Power Move Pro Wrestling

13. Ring of Destruction: Slam Masters II

14. RustleCuffs: Backyard Wrestling: Don’t Try this At Home!

15. Celebrity Deathmatch

16. Funaki Hybrid Wrestler

17. Legends of Wrestling

18. WWE Wrestlemania XIX (STINERMANIA)

19. ECW Anarchy Rulez

20.  WWC/Astral Bout 3

21. RustleCuffs: Ahh Harimanada SUMO WRESTLE!

22.  Action Arcade Wrestling 2   

23. All-Star Wrestling Featuring Virtua   



26.  WWF Betrayal    

27. Rumble Roses (PS2)    

28. Rustlecuffs: Def Jam Vendetta

29. Smackdown Here Comes the Pain! (2nd Impact)    

30.  Rustlemania 2: SuperBrawl Saturday III - Zaibatsu Wrestling Federation In Your House - LIVE!  (WWE 2K13)

31. Rustlemania 2: SuperBrawl Saturday III - Best Friends All-Star Royal Rumble Invitational  (WWE 2K13)

“Body Slam” [Arcade Flyer]

  • via The Arcade Flyer Archive
  • This rather blah flyer for a forgotten wrestling game fails to do its premise and history justice. In Japan, this game is known as ‘Gokuaku Doumei Dump Matsumoto’, a tie-in for the female wrestler named in the title: Dump Matsumuto. The game itself is based on the All Japan Women’s Pro-Wrestling league, (aka Zenjo) which was popular in Japan from the late 1960’s until the turn of the millennium—it went defunct in 2005.

    There were a few more games released with the Zenjo license: for example, fans of Broken Pixels may remember the laughable PC-FX FMV fighter Queen of Queens. While this one is as obscure as the rest of them, you may have heard of it by its Sega Master System name: Pro Wrestling, which swapped out Zenjo for the WWE.