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  1. 35 years ago today, Friday, May 4, 1979, my parents let my brother and I stay up late to watch Johnny Carson. We watched the monologue and the next skit and then my brother changed the channel. What I saw was something that I thought was the most ridiculous and stupidest thing my 5-year old self had ever seen. Who would have expected that over the next 35 years other than the “four necessities” of family, friends, faith and office that professional wrestling would be the most important thing in my life. Wrestling has certainly changed dramatically since then and it has changed often. Wi
    15 points
  2. That, or after Slater decides to embark on his carbohydrate, sequined-jumpsuit, young-girls-in-white-cotton-panties, waking-up-in-a-pool-of-your-own-vomit, bloated-purple-dead-on-a-toilet phase, he takes over the group and they become Sandow Ballet.
    4 points
  3. In case anyone was curious, Tomoaki Honma is still crazy.
    4 points
  4. I guess Little Johnny gave up on becoming Cam Newton's Mom's new favorite player.
    3 points
  5. Well it was a Catch 22, either the Spurs won or RandomAct got banned. We like RandomAct around here. That would be a travesty of justice.
    3 points
  6. I'm not going to DEFEND the cage match and how it was worked, but it does sort of show how the Wyatt family is one mind, one unit. There's no distance between Bray and his followers, so the fact that they were basically extensions of his will worked for me. Also, the fact that the fans voted against Cena a few weeks ago seemed to open the door for this, to me. I don't know that Wyatt looked weak so much as the Wyatt family looked strong. Yeah, Cena overcame the odds at the end, but that's what he does. He's Cena. It's part of his narrative. The whole match they basically dominated him and then
    2 points
  7. I was more surprised Bryan got the actual ACTUAL main event slot on the show. Haha, like fuck you, CM Punk
    2 points
  8. I feel like if you guys looked a little deeper into the NXT roster and saw the talented people they aren't using, you'd start to think it was bullshit a green doughy motherfucker who does diva moves gets so much TV time, especially now that they're having people from the main roster take whole segments (Layla vs Natalya)
    2 points
  9. @NOTSportsCenter: The 3 key people that helped seal the #Thunder's series win:-Kevin Durant -Whoever wrote the Mr. Unreliable headline -Adam Silver
    2 points
  10. Westbrook had an amazing game, but I'm gonna be that guy and say that the league practically handed OKC this series with that bullshit Z-Bo suspension.
    2 points
  11. My youngest daughter's soccer team just finished their season undefeated. She's nine and just now dipping her toes into athletics. The game has been over for three and half hours. She's still in full gear, shin guards, cleats, and of course, the medal around her neck. I may have been the dad roaring from the sidelines and running down the field cheering.
    2 points
  12. Are you insane? YouTube Sleep's Dopesmoker and check back in an hour.
    2 points
  13. You ought to see my wife when I hit him with the shooting star press.
    2 points
  14. There was a little color. I took it and wrote "Die" on my chest. but in like a size 4 point font.
    2 points
  15. The issue isn't that Cena overcame the odds again. The issue is that Cena proved that he could beat three guys on his own - again - but couldn't handle a kid with a voice modulator singing at him. It may not hurt anyone involved, but it doesn't help anyone either. Wyatt as a compelling cult leader striking out at vanilla corporate America is great stuff. Wyatt as a cartoon villain that has the power to give little kids demonic voices is embarassing.
    1 point
  16. I just can't imagine anyone successfully defending either the booking or the work in the cage match. Just total garbage with a Black Scorpion-terrifies-Sting-with-magic-tricks ending. Awful, awful stuff.
    1 point
  17. Bryan explaining how he knows how to use a forklift!!! This is absolutely awesome.
    1 point
  18. The finish to Wyatt/Cena was the best of all times. Please keep this creepy kid with the family.
    1 point
  19. Man, I howled laughing when I first saw that. That was such a perfect little touch from Kurt.
    1 point
  20. We should really make you post something every 15 minutes just so we know you're ok.
    1 point
  21. As an old school wrestling fan, one of my favorite angles was Pez Whatley morphing into Shaska Whatley b/c Jimmy Valiant said he was the best *black* athlete he ever saw. Loved that.
    1 point
  22. What I remember about Bossman is him taking a goddamn superduperplex off the top of a cage when he was working with Hogan. And according to house show lore, he was doing that bump EVERY NIGHT. He was an astonishing bumper. Cornette said he originally got hired because he got up so well for Tully Blanchard's slingshot suplex on a TV squash match. His offense wasn't quite as good, though. He wasn't terrible, but he was one of those guys who never managed to get any real big moves that really looked devastating. But I don't say that to badmouth him; fellas from Goldust to Sgt. Slaughter
    1 point
  23. I still hate that the Draft is a drawn out primetime thing now. It was perfect for Saturday/Sunday afternoon.
    1 point
  24. You gotta hang up the gloves and trunks after getting hit with something like that. This sport ain't meant for you.
    1 point
  25. Raimi's trilogy twice broke the opening weekend record. Spider-Man 3 was 7 years ago, and it's still 8th best all-time opening weekend. From a pure domestic box office viewpoint, rebooting the franchise looks like a fairly big mistake. The first movie failed to justify any reason for doing a new origin film, and generally negative views of that film helped hold this one down, despite this one being massively better. I do hope the scenes they filmed with Shailene Woodley as Mary Jane shows up on the blu-ray deleted scenes. I think it was only two quick little scenes, one of her living ne
    1 point
  26. Not sure if Raven vs Bray Wyatt would be a great match in the ring but the build up would be incredible
    1 point
  27. WNBA season is starting this month, and I just got my Liberty season tickets in the mail. We are back at MSG for the first time since the 2010 season. Excited about getting Tina Charles in the offseason. If any of you live in a WNBA city check out a game. It's affordable and the quality is pretty good, so it's a good valuefor your money. And the thing I love most is that the players truly appreciate and are thankful for the fans who comes to the games.
    1 point
  28. Just ran across this gold watching shit on Dailymotion. Dr. funkenstien here, FUCK THE DVDVR and OLD SCHOOL JOHN.
    1 point
  29. Even his gi has swag.
    1 point
  30. I enjoyed her tag work in CMLL with IV Staviano.
    1 point
  31. - WWE has reportedly made a deal to purchase the Mid-Atlantic Wrestling library. This material was shot in Virginia at ringside next to the ring announcer from Jim Crockett Promotions events. The footage filmed by George Pantas. Unlike previous Mid-Atlantic material that was purchased as part of the WCW library in 2001, the Pantas footage was filmed on Super 8 cameras and was owned by Pantas. Pantas revealed the news in a column for Norfolk Navy Flagship. The footage was also used for a Michael Elliott documentary on Jim Crockett Promotions entitled The Good Old Days, which is currently availa
    1 point
  32. All I have to say about the RT score and the like is that the movie was well above 'Positive' until it hit the states. That's all you need to know. Our critics are fucking terrible, miserable people.
    1 point
  33. Less the result and more how it came about. AJ shouldn't need 6 guys to help win.
    1 point
  34. I fucking HATE Bullet Club.
    1 point
  35. DRIVERETTE 512014 Young RIPPA has stated that this will be part of DVDVR 172. Unless this sucks, then this will be part of a mutually shared bad dream.Yes.THE PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING! [email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected] OZ ACADEMY- 4/16/2014- (DEAN RASMUSSEN)Oh yes. It is referred to as the Joshi Puroresu. The thing nowadays about Joshi is that it SEEMS to be deader and deader every year, yet never really keels over and dies. It's kinda like a really severe version of wrestling itself- except Joshi could actually fade away forever but I don't think wrestling itself will ever completely go away. I dunno. The onl
    1 point
  36. I really enjoyed Schiavone's WWF run. Especially with Jesse at the SummerSlam and on Royal Rumble '90. They had a good chemistry.
    1 point
  37. This is dumb but it made me chuckle.
    1 point
  38. The BO DALLAS/TYSON KIDD match was decent enough. Bo's new entrance video is so ridiculous in the best way possible. I'd write more but I did earlier and then I did something dumb and lost what I wrote. Trust me when I tell you it was scintillating. SASHA BANKS vs. BAYLEY is really, really good. Wow. There's not one wasted moment in this. The agents or whoever told these girls "You have eight minutes so GO" and that's what they did. Bayley controls most of the match with her really fun offense, some of which is based around hugs. She eventually hits the Belly-To-Bayley suplex, but Sasha sneak
    1 point
  39. I don't want to tell you what Lana is spelled backwards.
    1 point
  40. Oh my, Jun Akiyama is the 1001st DDT Iron Man champion. The belt itself was the 1000th somehow after beating Takagi.
    1 point
  41. Check out Jamey Johnson
    1 point
  42. I'm re-watching No Mercy 2002 because I wanted to watch Brock murder the Hardys and the crowd does a small, but noticeable "Goldberg" chant during the match. Hilarious.
    1 point
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