Danny Duggan, b. 1987, 5'11", 191#, versus Ruffy Silverstein, b. 1972, 5'10", 228#, Great Canadian Wrestling, 13 October 2006, Oshawa, Ontario
You gotta figure the bad blood runs deep in the eternal battle of blond versus bald. I speak from some experience, having once been blond and now being so bald that my only coiffure option is the buzzcut (at least I save money on styling product). The mythic struggle is beauty versus the beast, and virile and dewy youth versus crafty and cynical experience. Youth is drawn to experience to prove himself the man that he hopes to be. It's usually as simple as that. Experience is drawn to youth for more complicated reasons: perhaps to reclaim his youthful glow and vigor, or at least their illusion, perhaps to crush that which he can no longer be, perhaps to shape, buff, and refine new talent, perhaps (in the spirit of Thomas Mann) merely to immolate himself on the altar of youth and beauty and love. But I am "waxing poetic," when maybe I should just be soaking in this great fight.
Thanks to Comptroller for recommending this match, via GCWEca.