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Mr. Perfect BioEdit
A flawless technician with a flair for the dramatic, Mr. Perfect did everything — you guessed it — perfectly. His dropkicks were textbook, his Perfectplex was near inescapable. He brought the Intercontinental Title a new level of credibility during his two reigns and set a higher standard for technical wrestling in WWE when he defended the championship against Bret “Hit Man” Hart at SummerSlam 1991. In his prime, the man was the pinnacle of a sports-entertainer from his curly blonde hair right down to his spotless white boots.
The son of Minnesota wrestling legend Larry "The Axe" Hennig, Curt first grabbed the attention of sports-entertainment fans as a top star in Verne Gagne's American Wrestling Association. These were important steps in Hennig’s development as an in-ring talent, but his legacy would be defined by his time in WWE.