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  1. I don't think it's likely that Cole wins the title for quite a while. I foresee a lengthy title run for Page for starters. Cole wil lmost likely be tied up with the Elite at least until Omega comes back. I don't know if Danielson takes the belt off of Page, but I'd be very surprised if his title reign isn't at least 6 months after the story they told to get him here.
  2. That dude is 6'6" and 295 lbs. and he wants to fight naked...That is a fucking terrible day at work.
  3. Not only this but I'd argue that the fact that they gave too many people power was a bigger detriment than giving too many people money. They were really successful when paying people shitloads of money, they fell off when they couldn't tell good stories because too many people had too much creative input. If Starrcade '97 ended with Sting going over clean and strong and looking like a fucking superstar, I'm pretty sure they had another six months to a year of incredibly profitable business.
  4. Yeah, I can relate. I was in the middle of a long ass RPG run when Ghosts of Tsushima dropped so I didn't buy it at launch, and spent well over year looking for it to go on sale at a decent price. I ended up getting it on a buy 2 get 1 sale. It worked out because they ended up dropping the Director's cut and I was able to play it optimized for the PS5 with the DLC.
  5. The worst rule in sports had to be, if we fuck up and blow the whistle for no good reason, we can take a touchdown of the board. I understand that they should have taken the score off the board, but I have no problem with them not taking that touchdown of the board. They blew the whistle while the pass was traveling in the air, which makes no sense whatsoever.
  6. NBC trying to convince America that anyone in Ohio outside of the Cincinnati metro area gives a rat's ass about the Bengals and the best they could do is a couple people in Joe Burrow's parent's neighborhood.
  7. I feel like this is the #1 complaint for pretty much every show set anyplace when you ask people from that place. I know any TV show or movie where someone in DC says, "let's go to Quantico and talk to the FBI guys," and then get there and aren't pissed off and disheveled, it takes me out of the movie for a minute. On any given day, that drive can be one of the most miserable experiences on earth.
  8. I honestly feel like having fairly predictable storylines is a good thing in wrestling, so when you do pull a swerve it hits harder. One of the things that WWE did to lose me is trying to always swerve the audience. Tell good stories even if they are predictable, and I'll be satisfied. When you do swerve the audience, make sure that it matters and turns into something bigger.
  9. Yes and no. I believe Foley to be incredibly important to the late 90s WWE, but I don't think they're looking for the next Foley. They want the next Rock or the next Austin, and won't ever be satisfied until they fin him. The problem is that The Rock and Steve Austin are perhaps the most complete pro wrestling talents that have ever existed. I don't think anyone ever played a wrestling character better or more consistently than Stone Cold Steve Austin. He understood every note that needed to be played at the time, and played his character like a mother fucking virtuoso. Then you have The Rock, who just went on to be one of the biggest movie stars of the century. Neither is replicable. If they were looking for someone like Foley, they'd have a better chance, but there hasn't been another one of those either.
  10. The same friend's wife who watches wrestling with us, but largely doesn't care, pretty much spends the entire time looking to see if people are wearing masks. I've seen a few movies, but it's because the same friend rents showings so he can take his kids. The only other public place I go regularly is the gym, and even that has slowed down since I've changed my workout programming and Omicron started going crazy. I'm sorry to admit this on a wrestling board, but I don't trust wrestling fans to make smart, informed, well-intentioned decisions about their health, so I'm not going to trust them with mine.
  11. I literally just had a conversation with a friend about how we both saw that they were coming to DC, both picked up the phone to ask if they other wanted to go, before both of us realizing, "I ain't going to that shit during a damn pandemic."
  12. I don't know if I'd classify the upgrade system as crafting, it is basically just how the RPG elements work. Not only that, you get more than enough "crafting materials" just by playing through the game. You don't have to spend any time farming for materials, unless you just want to do the main story quests and ignore all the character stories which would be cutting out about 50% of the game. I personally thought the side missions were some of the best parts of the game.
  13. What system? I just finished Ghosts of Tsushima: Director's Cut and it is my favorite open world game ever. It is basically Red Dead Redemption in Feudal Japan with a better more concise story. It's also incredibly pretty to look at.
  14. My sentiments exactly. I can't lie, while I was playing it, I did like it a whole lot...it just wasn't enough gameplay variety to keep me interested long enough to finish the game.
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