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just drew

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  1. Gotta be the Kevin Nash "vanilla midget" thing, right? Or Goldberg not thinking he and Jericho would've drawn any money in WCW...
  2. They should put Zack Ryder and Rosa back together. Not like either of them are doing anything...
  3. Shields/Wyatts is gonna resemble a prison riot. I can't wait...
  4. I just watched the opening segment, and I loved the look on Cena's face the first time they cut away to him after Bryan's music starts. He's all like "that magnificent little shit..."
  5. I been watching through Smoky Mountain TV on the youtubes, and damn if Buddy Landell and Tony Anthony aren't fun to watch. Anthony seems like the redneck version of Sandman, and I mean that as a compliment. These shows regularly alternate between fantastic and "fucking brutal," but not Mike Graham brutal...
  6. I'd buy that. Like that time on some random episode of Superstars where Gorilla Monsoon told Bobby Heenan he was an idiot. Heenan responded with "you're the authority."
  7. I get it. Like when Lance Storm says no one who hasn't worked can criticize workers? Idk if I agree with that or not, but wherever the dividing line is between guys who can and can't criticize someone for not drawing money, Mike Graham is on the "can't" side of it...
  8. So, there's a tiny number of people who are allowed to criticize Jeff Jarrett for not being a draw? If there is, Mike Graham isn't in it. Mike Graham was a charter member of the Nick Gulas "Daddy Said Sell!" Club. There's a reason Eddie Graham considered Dusty Rhodes his "wrestling son," and not Mike...
  9. If I 'like' this post, people will assume I like that he's dead, and not that he wasn't beloved, won't they....
  10. I'm watching "The Rise and Fall of WCW", and who the fuck is Mike Graham to criticize Jeff Jarrett for not being a draw? Mike Graham couldn't draw money with a green crayon. Fuck him.
  11. So, what other celebs could we see going in in the next few years? I could see Lauper, Mr. T, Lawrence Taylor, and Floyd Mayweather. Thoughts?
  12. I must've lurked here close to 10 yrs. before deciding to register. You guys just always looked like you were having so much fun...
  13. Aside from the first Iron Man, when has Downey done that? First Sherlock Holmes made pretty serious coin... Damn, beaten to it...
  14. Saw Monuments Men tonight. MUCH better than I thought it would be. At heart, it's a caper film. Think National Treasure meets Saving Private Ryan, and I mean that as a compliment.
  15. It's National Signing Day. Time for grown men to openly lust over 17 year old boys...
  16. Freddie Freeman signs 8 yr, 125 million ext.
  17. I think it was the casual use of the dreaded shoot namez that made it come off slightly prickish. Fair enough. I only use Joe because I called him that more than once. "Roman" seems weird to me. I've never been one of those guys to call Daniel Bryan "Brian" or use guys shoot names, but I was never in a lab group in college with those guys, either.
  18. I wasn't trying to be a prick. I saw it happen more than once, it made me chuckle, and his hair came up again. I'm sorry having a little fun bugs you so much...
  19. I remember girls walking up to Joe more than once in science class asking just to touch his hair...
  20. Vince Vaughn is fun in Be Cool, if not exactly great. "I bet you don't even know who the Sugarhill Gang is..." "Nah, but I know who the bust-a-cap-in-yo-ass gang is!"
  21. No one's been close to Bryan this year. Unless you can vote for the Shield as a unit, in which case they're the only competish...
  22. ...according to Wall Street Journal. Rest in Peace to one of the most gifted actors of our time...
  23. Are we really pretending Dolph Ziggler isn't good at this? I can handle the Mark Henry Worship, because I too believe in keeping my air bill paid, but I remember this place being pretty nuts for Ziggs for a while.
  24. True, Austin says regrets it in retrospect but I dont blame Austin for walking out at the time, I mean wasnt any thing person against Brock IMO it was the fact that on a creative end he was used poorly like Punk has been. The fact that Brock did turn out a success adds to his regret but Austin was a victom of bad booking for months and months before being asked to talk the fall to Brock. Plus he had alot of personal stuff to deal with. He's said in interviews that he'd have laid down for Brock in a big match on a ppv. He thought giving it away for free with no build-up was stupid. Can't say I disagree...
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