Hey Jim, how does my shin look? Wrestling stiff is probably more associated with Japanese puro or when a younger wrestler needs to be taught a lesson (Prime example is the Dudley Boyz vs La Resistancé in WWE when Resistancé were new). Stiff is basically for those who don't know to not pull your punches, but actually deliver real punches and kicks with full force. But there are some wrestlers who work stiff constantly. So here is my topic for the night. Are you a fan of wrestlers working stiff or not? Do you prefer wrestlers who wrestle more "traditional" style? Or do you prefer wrestler who deliver real shots to their opponents? Personally I have nothing against a safely worked stiff styles. Guys who know exactly how much force to put behind their blows instead of just swinging to the fences. This also means that the opponent is okay with him or her working stiff. Far too many times have people working stiff styles used it to "get ontop" of other talent because the other talent doesn't punch back. Low Ki is a fine example. He has knocked people out in the ring and developed an ego because of it. He is known now for no selling alot of his opponents moves and also refusing to put people over. Davey Richards until recently was another fine example. Do you like stiff wrestling? Do you think that stiff style has a place in wrestling?