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Everything posted by RolandTHTG

  1. My favourite part was him selling that energy blast like he was dead, then it turned out he was dead. Marvel swerved us good on that one.
  2. So, bro, what all the smart marks don't realise is that Jim Crockett Promotions literally dropped the Spalding on the 4 Horsemen, you know why, bro? I'll tell you why, bro, because I've got nothing to hide, bro, no agenda, whatsoever. This will get heat on the internet, but I don't care bro. So sue me. I swear on my life. Why they made these 4 guys dress up in suits, drive around in limos and hang around with skanks, I dunno, probably because Dave Meltzer and his suck up crony hanger-on's all liked it, that's why. No other explanation. It was ridiculous then, and it's even more ridiculous now.
  3. I remember an awesome Bret Hart rant on Doug Dillenger from a few years back if someone knows where to find it?
  4. Visa issues/WW3 was Loch Ness. From reading thru Herb Kunze back in the day, there was supposedly interest in him, but retired that year due to poor health instead.
  5. That Dave Taylor-Jim Duggan promo has to show up sometime doesn't it?
  6. At what point in time though is Flair's legacy diminished though? Hindsight being 20/20, he should have retired after his first WWF run. At the time, I cared very little for him post 1999.
  7. Nash being the guy to do it could have made sense. For mine, I think they needed to have two PPVs between them, have Goldberg run through Nash in the first one, and THEN once you've established the need for the NWO to reform, have Nash beat Goldberg due to NWO reunion/interference at Starrcade. What's the point of establishing Nash as Goldberg's biggest challenge, have him run through everyone, and then the way the match was booked, neither make it clear that Nash couldn't beat Goldberg without NWO help, or that Nash could have beaten him on his own? From there, establishing that the NWO
  8. What if Bad News Brown doesn't leave the WWF in 1990? (And the Undertaker doesn't debut in that spot also) Could have gone for Dibiase anticipating third time Brown turns on his Survivor Series team and gets in ahead of him. Bad News Brown mega-face ending up in the Bret spot would have been fun also.
  9. 2005 - He turned face against Snitsky before the Edge/Lita stuff. He kinda turned heel again at the end of the year when him and Show were feuding with Batista and Rey. Turned heel in 2008 on Batista and Punk. Turned face some where in 2009 against ....Jericho?
  10. The Undertaker replaced who in Ted Dibiase's survivor series team in 1990? :S
  11. Can anyone think of a time in the WWF (i.e before 2002) where it would have beneficial for the booking at the time to have had Wargames? Invasion, DX/Nation, .....?
  12. When I was 10, I tried getting myself over at school as "The Anvil". Given that no-one at my school watched any wrestling, and I was the only one in my basketball team with a name on the back of my singlet, let alone a gimmicked one, it was just met with confused looks and it was just quietly dropped.......until high school, when I publicly denounced my slave name and would only ever be referred to as "Sunjesh". This also was simply a bad idea. Please don't let me near your booking committee.
  13. They've already sent someone to burgle him. May as well Dino Bravo the guy and try and get Rikishi over again.
  14. I wish Marvel had cast Brock as Thanos now. I'd love to see some bizarre interpretation of the Infinity Gauntlet storyline, have Brock with one last date on his contract, Authority have made some sort of uneasy truce where if he can survive his last date with the title, he can keep it. .....however the title now has a 24/7 rule attached to it. The PPV doesn't even have a card announced, it's just Brock arriving in the car park, and being met by job guys, he fights them all off and makes his way through the building just annihilating guys left right and center. HHH as Adam Warlock to Orto
  15. Watched the Schwarznegger episode of Smackdown the other morning. I forgot how Art Donovan levels of bad that was.
  16. What I liked about the finish was how it played off the internet's general perception of Cena's matches. Who didn't think that STFU was plausibly the finish after just getting the shit kicked out of him all match? Bravo.
  17. If there was ever a time to bring back the reverse battle royale...
  18. After the Brie/Stephanie match they kept going back to Nikki making....some sort of face...I'm not quite sure what she was supposed to be conveying. Any D-grade movie experts care to translate?
  19. That fucking title match. Just plays with him. Nearly loses through his overconfidence. Fuck this. F5. Go home. Some of those suplexes were just nasty. Cena needs to go away for at least a month after that. Rest of the show was just awful though.
  20. Think you go with Barrett, Bryan, Slater, Gabriel, Ryback and Axel. Darren Young too if he's fit. You've got Rybaxel essentially doing the dirty work of the Authority and constantly getting beaten down by Reigns, Ambrose, whoever in the past. Essentially they get tired of taking the beatings on behalf of the Authority and getting nothing in return for it. You could easily do a backstage segment with HHH being dismissive towards Heath Slater and his winning streak, and a snarky comment about NXT to Gabriel as well. From there, you play off the uneasy alliance between The Authority and Hey
  21. Could you imagine the pop Barrett would get if he interrupted an Authority promo, "I'm afraid I've got some bad news....." and then the Nexus come out of the crowd and emulate the original debut and just lay waste to everyone?
  22. Bryan bringing back Nexus upon return from injury to counter The Authority could be interesting viewing.
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