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Rehabilitated Rick

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  1. Why would he respond? do you want him to list all the gear he's on or something? It's redundant and I'm glad Jericho didn't venture into dissecting everything Punk said about Ryback and questioning him on it.
  2. Fucking Bullshit. Do you know what year Ryback debuted as a professional wrestler? 2005. Do you know when Ryback fucked up a simple "slam a guy through a table" spot? 2013. EIGHT YEARS. Goldberg's career started and ended during that entire time. Literally the fake Goldberg has spent the real Goldberg's entire career to get to the point where he's called "relatively green." It was a press slam off a stage onto a table not a simple slam. Who cares when he debuted, it was a high pressure situation and accidents happen, Chill out.
  3. It absolutely is, because it's proof positive that dangerous workers are put into that position. Vader and Utlimate Warrior are a couple more examples. We're in 2014, not 1995. It's purely speculation and I'm basing my opinion based on two peoples stories that are very different. Punk's bitterness and apparent disdain for Ryback is unnecessary and uncalled for but I can understand it. Maybe I just think Punk is a whiny prick.
  4. It was retarded as it was a press slam off of the stage through a table with no support underneath it, I can't remember the Cena spot but you comparing Cena in 2007 and Ryback in 2012 is apples and oranges, Cena has always had a reputation of being safe and has had PLENTY of practice pulling off stunts. Ryback was and still is relatively green and shouldn't have been put into that position in the first place, as I previously said it looked accidental. The ribs thing is subjective too, hell Punk was horrendous in 2013, who knows what ''really'' happened regarding Ryback supposedly stiffing him with a kick or not, someone is bending the truth regarding the accurateness of the story. Didn't Punk specifically tell Rusev to really lay into him during the Rumble and ''do a cool move'' on him or something? He sounds like the biggest hypocrite in the world. Jericho's attested to always being cool working Ryback, as have others. and yeah the Goldberg thing, relevant
  5. Ryback broke Punk's bones... at least twice... in the EXACT same way, doing the exact same moves and repeatedly committing identical mistakes yet clearly not learning from them. And came close to seriously injuring Punk with several other bush-league fuckups that nobody at that level should be routinely committing (like he does). How does that equal Punk having a stick up his ass? The table spot was retarded in the first place and should never have happened and was clearly accidental on Ryback's part, Punk believes Ryback did it purposely hence having a giant stick in his shitpipe. Ryback's become the scapegoat, as Ryback said on the podcast he wouldn't be put in the position he is if he's a dangerous worker. I think around that time the Shield dudes were really laying their shit in and leaving a mark on everybody, you can't blame The Big Guy for channeling into that culture. Who has he hurt that we know about? I haven't heard anything other than Punk. Accidents are inevitable, Seasoned guys like Harper and Ziggler most likely had concussions at the last PPV, Owens broke his nose from a fuck up. Shit happens.
  6. Ryback came across as very genuine and likeable in that hour, his dedication to improve is admirable knowing he isn't the most gifted of people in the ring. Punk needs to get that stick out of his ass.
  7. This was awesome thanks for sharing. I really need to get down to a ICW show.
  8. Using what is the hottest topic in social media for Network clicks is absolute glorious troll work.
  9. We're talking about a woman who got a tattoo of the date of her first Diva's title win. She isn't going anywhere.
  10. AJ's tribute CM Punk gimmick is incredibly tiresome and see through. So Brie is a heel now? This show was an epic comedown from the glorious main event from last night and yeah maybe I was enjoying the Ferguson events a little too much to care. Big Show does what he wants.
  11. I could get behind the idea of BNB being the new authority figure
  12. This reminds me of the March Raw show when Dave was given ''accurate'' news that Punk was scheduled to appear. Jericho is stirring up shit on Twitter as usual about the subject. Yanno what made Taker losing the streak so special is we didn't know it was coming. Sting showing up would be awesome but I can't help but feel apathetic about it. Spoilers blow
  13. This is awesome. Also Cena has a new rap song out which is also awesome.
  14. Lesnar is physical sure but so is someone like Sheamus who Bryan gave as good as he got for months on end, we're talking about the guy who was working twice a night occasionally last summer. Lesnar is a safe guy. I loved Ambrose running across the stage prop and diving onto the security, like it wasn't anything flashy or contrived looking like a cross body but a running unorthodox splash off a diving board. I love minor details like that that showcases his craziness.
  15. Is there a better managerial run than Heyman 2012-2014?
  16. I'm sorry but I don't wanna see Jericho or Kane in 2014 yet alone them wrestling each other. It might be the placebo effect but I liked the ending with Henry and Rusev, bizarre but a path in a different direction that made a midcard fued feel important. September/October Raw's are always garbage, it is what it is. We just haven't got Bryan to rely on to give us something to watch this year.
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