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  1. You know how, in general, it’s hard for Japanese wrestlers to connect with the broader US audience, but sometimes a guy like The Great Muta or Tajiri comes around and that broader audience is like “shit, this guy is awesome”? I am convinced that Takeshita is one of those guys.
  2. Maybe Deeb is working an Elizabeth Holmes gimmick
  3. man, Takeshita rules. Put the TNT on this guy right now. He is tailor made for fighting champ underdog open challenge weekly defenses. Awesome babyface fire!
  4. Miro casted in CBS’s new “East New York” And as a guy that spends a lot of time in Brooklyn, that’s just fucking picture perfect. Dude better be wearing a red Adidas warmup suit in half the scenes.
  5. Who are these people that praised Ali and Pac but are hating on Sasha and Naomi? I must be missing someting.
  6. I’m generally a big fan of “that doesn’t work for me, brother” because, you know, independent contractor. This one seems like a bad deal all the way around. On one hand, not cool to do this day of show when you’ve been advertised to the fans. On the other, it isn’t the talents’ fault that they only knew the creative in question the day of the show. In a sane world, talent has a general idea of the creative beforehand and hashes it out then. But in a world where creative on the operational treadmill just trying to get to the next show, it’s impossible to Hogan a scenario and not screw that night’s paying fans in the process. Lose/lose.
  7. I love the Ass Boys and Acclaimed team up so much because genetically the Gunns should be the New Age Outlaws but talent-wise The Acclaimed are the New Age Outlaws and the Ass Boys are Too Cool
  8. Also a random thing, but it was on some recent pods: You know who was awesome? 1996 Paul Wight. That was my shit right there. I mention this because “Giant didn’t know how to work like a big man when he first got to WWF” has been said so many times that even Wight himself believes it. But fuck all that, early 1996 WCW champion The Giant beating Flair and Sting clean and nipping up and choke slamming dudes to hell was the best Wight ever was, save MAYBE the 2008 run.
  9. I always feel compelled to add “best at what they did” guys to my GOAT list, because listing 10 main eventers is easy and it’s more interesting to me to look at wins above replacement up and down the card. “Opening match at a house show” acts: New Age Outlaws, The New Day Midcard heel glue guys: Regal, Tully, Miz 10 minute TV match wizards: Dustin Rhodes, Christian
  10. The only time they did the announced waiting til Mania to cash in gimmick was Kennedy, right? And then he got hurt? Not a bad idea to dust that one off again. Hey, Cody could go from never getting a title shot again to guaranteeing he’s getting one in 9 months
  11. I thought this was In Your House AF, in a great way. More shows like this please.
  12. Yeah I guess both statements are true: Pillman Jr is Brock Anderson With A Mullet, but they aren’t asking Anderson to cut long promos on live TV.
  13. “Where’s the heat?” AEW is short about 3-4 hot feuds right now - MJF/Wardlow is the only one with any steam. This is one problem with a tournament taking up significant TV time - there’s no organic heat with dry tournament matchups.
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