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Stevie Ray Von Erich

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About Stevie Ray Von Erich

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  • Birthday 06/01/1988

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  1. People forget how much AJ carried the Cena fued on the mic. He quickly became not only a good promo, but one of the better promo guys in the company consistently given the time to do so.
  2. I saw the Revival and AA have a tag match in Atlanta that blew away the match they had on tv a few weeks later. It was essentially the same match, spot for spot, just with more energy and without the nervousness of being for the camera. Chris Hero didn't get to incessantly practice his matches. Vote Hero.
  3. Joe has one line in promos: "You see, it's simple." He says it multiple times every promo. Vote Riddle.
  4. Chris Hero, as has been stated, had one of the best in-ring years maybe ever. This year almost everyone else falls short of the incredibly high standard he set.
  5. Joe had basically the same match at least three times with two different guys.
  6. I like people citing personality when voting Jericho over an evil wrestling caveman.
  7. It feels like every time I try to start watching Impact regularly, make an effort to keep up on DVR, that the company goes through a massive shake-up and changes everything I was getting used to. It's hilarious that this company has lasted longer than WCW.
  8. Mastiff is shorter than Cobb, I think. I like Dave Mastiff, but think it is hilarious that he is billed as a monster or a big man. He's burley and beefy, which is amazing, but he's not your standard wrestling BIG man.
  9. My main problem with NXT right now is their inability to develop episodic stories with how they tour and film now. It feels like we've gotten so much retread between the big shows. The second Brooklyn and Toronto shows were primarily rematches and, while the matches delivered, there was very little development of any of the stories between the shows which were three months apart. That's a long time to tread narrative water.
  10. I don't know if calling a guy who was on actual NFL rosters a football dropout (especially when Brock--whom I assume you're homering for here--only ever made a practice squad) is a good argument. Plus, it's wrestling. Everything is believable if it's booked right.
  11. Chono is a guy who I've always liked, but never really got into. Are there any essential Chono matches that personify what he's all about I should check out? I guess the idea of most prototypical match of X worker might be a topic of its own merit. Any way, here's blonde Chono. .
  12. TNA is a promotion built for comps. Some great scattered matches, moments, and stars made all the more impressive when you remove them from their disappointing context. They just lack the business sense to really capitalize on this. It's weird when a wrestling PROMOTION has no idea how to promote itself (outside of Britain and India). i don't think TNA will ever die. It's moribund visage will live forever making unfathomable mistakes until everything we know is swallowed by our bloating sun.
  13. Per Bix on Twitter, The State of Tennessee has filed tax liens against TNA. http://www.sescoops.com/exclusive-tna-unpaid-taxes-tennessee-strikes-back/
  14. Y'all, very clearly a parody account. Come on, now.
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