"Old School" Oliver John, 6', 215#, challenges SWF heavyweight champ Dave Dutra, 5'10", 225#, in a March 2013 match as rich in armbars, headlocks, and body slams as I could reasonably hope for. John enters in an iconic star-spangled robe (one of those theatrical props of classic pro wrestling I'd like to enshrine as a holy relic), and Dutra sticks his face and belt into the camera to assure fans at home that he's big enough to fill their widescreen TVs. Both men have strong contingents of fans in the crowd, and the two are evenly matched in toughness and resourcefulness. They each share a heel's eagerness to inflict pain and a babyface's deep respect for the ring and fans. Attitudinally, Old School seems to be channeling Stone Cold Steve Austin (by way of Bruce Willis), and Double D, The Miz (by way of Casey Affleck). John is not the only thing "old school" about this fight (watch it here), which concentrates on real grappling, with a touch of wild west rodeo thrown in for good measure. These hombres set out to break and ride their opponent, raising the hotness volume to 11.