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Brisco

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About Brisco

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    Minnesota Purple Rage
  • Birthday 01/10/1983

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  1. I have started watching CZW from the beginning and holy shit the production quality is terrible. The PA system is atrocious but six shows in we finally have a graphic introducing the wrestlers and a play by play man to translate the promos. While the action is passable, the booking is Russo level at times. No surprise, the best match (by far) from the first six shows involves Mike Quackenbush. I hope the quality improves sooner than later. EDIT: I am unsure if this thread is for all Indie wrestling or just for the 2019 product
  2. The Starrcade match is my favorite Luger/Flair encounter. Absolute perfection!
  3. Love this show and love this match. Great discovery of two unknown commodities out of Buffalo, NY
  4. Is there a test to know whether I am a smark? Is there treatment for this condition?
  5. Has no one in the office thought to congratulate her and be glad she is on their team now? The older I get, the more I hate the WWE office.
  6. Having recently dove head first into the world of independent wrestling (thank you streaming services), I highly recommend AR Fox/Bobby Flaco from ACTION Wrestling's (4/26) show on IWTV.
  7. At the end of yoga class tonight the instructor said "What you learn on the mat you can apply to life". Apparently yoga is pro wrestling too.
  8. Continuing ridiculous arguments is what we do here at DVDVR.
  9. Brisco

    WWE UK

    This is great wrestling booking 101, the face overcomes the odds to win and the heel still gains prestige in the loss for having a great match.
  10. At first glance I read that as Papa Roach...I deserve all back leg roundkicks that come my way.
  11. This is possible, though I was hoping the negative points will negate some of this perceived advantage. We all know Cena and Hogan (possibly Triple H) will most likely be the winner, especially with the length of their title reigns. I thought of adding a way that PPV wins and losses to weigh heavier than TV matches but have not found a way to factor this in.
  12. I am attempting to add a dorky element to my wrestling obsession by making a spreadsheet to track wrestlers progress to determine who is the greatest wrestler according to the point system in place. The following is what I have come up with and am looking for critiques and ideas and solidify my rules before i watch several shows and have to recalculate the results. I am focusing on individual wrestlers and people (Kane/Isaac Yankem are one person) with submission victories and losses being weighed heavier than a pinfall. Considering only events on the WWE Network starting in 1993, though I will eventually go back to the beginning and add results to my spreadsheet. Point system: Title Win:5 Submission:3 (4 in title match) Pin:2 (3 in title match) Winning Tag partner not involved in fall:1 Countout/DQ:1 Double Countout/DQ:0 Losing Tag partner not involved in fall:-1 Pinfall loss:-2 Submission loss:-3
  13. I still remember Lords of Pain from the 90s. My friend thought Tito was the shit.
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