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  1. OH BOY BRAIN, THESE FANS CAN STICK IT! In fact they can use the irresistible force of my immovable object to stick it! THEY WENT TO THE WELL ONE TOO MANY TIMES JESS! YOU FANS LITERALLY HANGING FROM THE RAFTERS CAN STICK YOUR EXTERNAL OCCIPITAL PROTUBERANCE RIGHT IN MY BREAD BASKET AND DO A REAL PEARL HARBOUR JOB ON ME
  2. I have a morbid fascination with the idea of Gorilla Monsoon being the third man.
  3. What's the worst possible way you could have booked the introduction of the NWO and the third man?
  4. Think they did similar with "Mr Perfect" Curt Hennig originally.
  5. He was always billed as KVE when they had shows in the Texas area. TOrnado elsewhere.
  6. *guy walks into store* *early 90s Royal Rumble promo music blares out of a nearby Casio boombox, Vince jumps out from behind a tuba* "A COLLECTION OF UNWAAAAAAAAAANTED WEDDING RINGS! A LA FEMME NIKITA BOXSETTTTTTT! MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS PAWNED OFF BY JUNKIESSSSS! ........AN OOOOOBOOOOE!"
  7. Love how often Jesse drops unnecessary Predator references into commentary just in case you forgot he was in it.
  8. I don't remember that at all. I remember sometime in 1999 them ending a RAW very randomly with Billy Gunn and X Pac attempting to rape Stephanie. But it was revealed the next week in passing that it was just an impersonator they hired to screw with Vince or soemthing. The Attitude era is very weird and disturbing in heinsight. May have even been later in the year. Was when Henry kept trying to ask out Chyna. Rock called her out, and then they showed on the Titantron there was a forklift blocking the DX lockerroom door, they implied that they were about to gang rape her, and then Shawn randomly ran out and chased them off with a chair. Very awkward.
  9. They retaliated by trying to gang rape Chyna in the ring like a week or two later. Shawn made the save.
  10. Man, if I were booking WCW at the time, I would have definitely paired Greg "The Hammer" Valentine up with Van Hammer. Vignettes of Van Hammer taking him to meet Sammy Hagar, and Greg Valentine looking old and all "fuck, not this shit again" would have been tremendous. Should this not get over, the Hammers would then be recast as British soccer hooligans from West Ham. There is no reason why Greg Valentine is still on TV post 1990. I have no idea why I'm so angry he went over Bagwell clean on PPV in 1992. It's 20+ years later, and I really don't care for Bagwell that much.
  11. That needed its own Disney film with Buddy suddenly getting an eye patch and played by James Marsden. Fuck yo COLA.
  12. Steamboat/Rude Iron Man at Beach Blast 92 is fantastic. Wish they did more 30 man iron man matches rather than 60. This is very well booked as well, with one fall turning into two very quickly, rather than just guys exchanging pins with DDTs and transitional moves. Doesn't get the credit it deserves in the lexicon of iron man matches.
  13. Yep. Wargames 92 shits all over Wargames 91. Finish is a bit lame, but otherwise, much better pacing.
  14. What if Ricky Steamboat turned heel and renamed himself Ricky Speedboat?
  15. Can Vince still afford to honor Bret's 20 year contract though?
  16. Well, assuming that the Montreal screwjob was legit. The Owen feud finishes either at Summerslam or the PPV after. They then have a viable option for Bret to drop the title to Austin rather than Shawn, which gives a bit of closure to everything. Build to Mania takes a completely different makeup, and no McMahon heel. If Austin is out till summer of 1998, I assume they do HHH vs. Shawn. Not sure who is the face in that one..
  17. They sort of acknowledged Hennig/Bret at KOTR '93. Weird little segment that.
  18. Not too many other times they've referenced other promotions before 1996. Flair's debut Piper/Valentine ...?
  19. Only just realized we missed out on Hogan vs. Rude on respective teams had he stuck around a few more months at Survivor Series. ....other than when that actually happened in 87 of course
  20. If there was ever a time for them to reference Benoit again on TV. It'd be now, with HHH bringing up Mania 20, and the folly of how putting your idols on such a pedestal will only end bad. In horrible taste I know, but seems a good way of reinforcing HHH feeling justified in his views towards Daniel Bryan, and his ilk.
  21. Like the idea of WM 30 - one from each Mania, in practice: 1 - Mike Rotundo 2 - Jake? Jim Neidhart? Terry Funk? 3 - Piper 4 - Jim Duggan 5 - Terry Taylor? Honky Tonk? Marty Jannetty? 6 - Barbarian? Dusty? Snuka? 7 - Nasties? Animal? Slaughter? 8 - Tatanka? Sid? 9 - Rikishi? The Steiners? Scott Hall? Backlund? 10 - Surprisingly the hardest one. Adam Bomb? 11 - Jeff Jarrett? Billy Gunn? 12 - Vader? Savio Vega? Nash? Goldust? 13 - Headbangers? JBL? Foley? 14 - Mark Henry? Bob Holly? Godfather? Faarooq? Scotty? 15 - Al Snow? Big Show? Road Dogg? Val Venis? 16 - Albert? Christian? D-Von? Saturn? Malenko? Jericho? 17 - Regal? Raven? 18 - RVD? DDP? Maven? Booker? Chuck Palumbo? 19 - Rey? Shelton? Haas? Chavo? 20 - Jindrak? Conway? Jamie Noble? Tajiri?
  22. Think it was 16 as he didn't like it being a 4 way dance.
  23. During the Flair/Fujinami match at Superbrawl 91, is that Austin in the front row on the hard camera side? He debuts soon after, so could be? At the risk of a really unpopular opinion, I think the Wrestlewar 91 war games is very overrated. The Pillman aspects are pretty good and put him over huge, but the rest of it is nothing out of the ordinary. It'd be like saying the 94 Rumble was ***** due to the Diesel aspects of it.
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