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Everything posted by Territorial

  1. With some practice, you too can learn to run really fast after snorting a barrel of cocaine.
  2. Daniel Bryan after a couple more years of the WWE's road schedule?
  3. Since this is prob the end of the road for 24, I assume there will be a couple of dead characters coming back. 24 tries so hard to swerve the audience that someone returning from the dead is kinda predictable.
  4. So, whose idea of a dream tag team is Marc Mero & Tommy Dreamer?
  5. Will the cats be part of teddy's entourage? You have it backwards. Punk will fight one of the cats and Teddy will be part of Mr. Purr-Purr's entourage.
  6. I thought that was David Benoit for a second Which one's Pitbull?
  7. Well, it wok Well, it worked with the Ultimate Warrior and first Undertaker.
  8. RVD's lucky he didn't destroy his neck taking one of those (although the first one he manages to take like a snapmare, so it's sort of safe).
  9. Yeah, Jon Horton was a play-by-play guy for Global and USWA (using the name Craig Johnson). Was the Mid South he's asking about run out of Lousiana? I'm drawing a blank. I vaguely remember a promotion calling itself Mid-South run from LA. The booker was John Horton, but he wasn't the promoter. Not even sure John Horton and Jon Horton were the same guy. Time frame is rightish, though. FYI: Jon Horton got out of the wrestling biz and has a job in Hollywood. Last I heard, he was shopping around a sitcom (don't think it ever got made, though).
  10. In all seriousness, I had no idea JTG was still with the company.
  11. Apparently Kurt has been telling people that his hand is numb. No way he is passing a physical. Sounds like a job for even more painkillers and amphetamines!
  12. Remember when Matt Hardy was the same, responsible brother?
  13. It would never have been on television? So..... a victory for all humanity?
  14. *cough* Santino Marella was in the Elimination Chamber a couple years ago *cough cough*
  15. New Age Outlaws are living that gimmick. There's no way I believe Billy Gunn got up one morning in 2014 and decided he wanted the same mullet perm he had 15 years ago.
  16. Which makes taking the bump even more ridiculous.
  17. Sometimes, it's easier to be cruel than to say what you really feel. We missed you Big Dave. I still think that's Pitbull. Though Pitbull probably dresses better.
  18. I've been wondering about the part-time situation for awhile. 1) As a fan, why should I buy a b-PPV with, say, Del Rio vs. Cena headlining the card when Vince obviously has no confidence in most of the full-timers ability to sell the major PPV's? I imagine him looking over the roster in the fall, saying to himself "We can't do a good buyrate for WrestleMania with these tomato cans. Quick, Find me someone who was over 10 years ago. That's the ticket. New Age Outlaws draw better than Del Rio" 2) As a worker, why should I put myself through the wringer for the company when, come Wrestlemania or Summer Slam season, the company is going to go out and sign big-name part-timers, give them a big push, pay them better, and ask them to work 1/10 of the the schedule (if that)? Oh, and the end result of the part-timer's push will probably be to push me down the card and make me job to the part-timers. I'd prefer to see WrestleMania used to push full-timers even higher up the card. There's not a lot of long-term benefit to putting, say, Batista over Del Rio or Orton since Batista won't be around long-term. In most cases, outsiders should be putting over the full-timers. But, Del Rio going over Batista won't pop the tv rating on Monday.
  19. If the mother did indeed die, older Ted's kind of a douche. If that's the case, instead of telling the kids about their mother, he's told them long stories about Barney's sexual exploits, Marshall's weird family, Robin's career as a Canadian pop star, etc.
  20. Well, it helped one of them land a WWE contract. What would you get out of dressing as Michael Jackson?
  21. The final scene apparently involves Ted's kids. They filmed the final scene during season one because they were afraid the actors would age too much by the time the show ended (the actors playing the kids were 16 and 18 when the series started, so they're both mid to late 20's now). So whatever they're doing, they probably had it planned from the beginning. I'm kinda leaning towards some sort of downer ending. The mother dying? Until it was brought up that the kids asked Ted questions in season 1, I was guessing he died and the kids are watching videotapes left by him.
  22. Rabies seems like it could be comparatively harmless compared to some of the things you could catch in Dundee's van.
  23. Gotta wonder what he was thinking when he decided that was a good bump to take.
  24. Pitbull is glad he's not that Bootista guy.
  25. What does it say about me that, at first glance, I thought that kid was doing something naughty to that bear?
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