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  1. What has he done that is HOF worthy? He is 4 time WWE champion and has won each of the major titles at least once. MITB winner and 12 time Slammy Award winner (might be 13 if he is nominated this year). I feel the meta case can be made for him to go in, but from a kayfabe standpoint I'd say he is in the same league as Sheamus as a guy who has achived alot, but shouldn't go in.
  2. Roman Reigns did not come off looking good tonight. At this moment, WWE is doing a great job of making sure he gets the biggest pop at Mania.
  3. For the sake of the thread, I think we should all move on from my previous comments. Something important happened tonight, so going forward, when discussing that moment, let's focus on that and not any elements that we think should have been removed from that moment due to serving zero importance.
  4. I see some people are huge Brie Bella fans, so I will stop talking about the goddess. As for the rest of Raw, Mark Henry with New Day was great. The Dudleys going heel should be somewhat fresh. Ambrose looked like a badass all night taking an ass whooping and yet still welcoming the fight. The Wyatt match did nothing for Ryback in terms of favors. Stephanie stepping in to make Bryan's moment somehow about her was just amazing and predictable at the same time.
  5. So she had to be on camera to love him? She legit ruined a good moment.
  6. Sorry guys for seeing a carny and calling a carny a carny. A person can show support for someone without stepping into the spotlight. Brie Bella should not have been out there. WWE didn't send her out for Mania and told her to stay in the back and that was the right call. If she wanted to come out after the cameras went off- fine. But she was with him all day and just wanted to use this time to get herself over for Fastlane and leech off the last of the gravy train. I can't believe its not obvious to some of you. Brie brought down a legit feel good moment. Bryan was the focus. No one else. If
  7. Good speech by Bryan at the end, its unfortunate that his wife yet again wants to use a seminole moment in her husbands career to try and get herself over. I guess this is the last time she can leech off Bryan's heat and with the match coming up at Fastlane, it makes sense for WWE to send her out. Connor McGregor's girlfriend is just as hungry for the camera than Brie, but she is so much less endearing.
  8. I don't see a thread so I thought I'd start one. An overall good show. I guess it wasn't a work after all.
  9. Just saw that amazing Jungle Book trailer. Can't believe they got the same bear from The Revenant to play Baloo! Oscar nod!!!
  10. Seth Rogan and Amy Schumer in a Bud Light ad? Was Dane Cook and Carlos Mencia too busy or something?
  11. Doggy Monkey Baby commercial was great, but I don't understand the tag line "3 great things combined. " What is awesome about a baby?
  12. It's amazing that despite everything the only people TNA has kept around for over a decade are Young, Roode, Borash, and Abyss.
  13. I would be all for The Dollhouse, if TNA wasn't full of shitty female workers. 38 year old Gail Kim and 36 year old Mickie James are not the answers. I like Kong as much as everyone else here, but let's not pretend she isn't a 38 year old woman with a bad back and with her best days behind her. The Dollhouse only works with good workers afoot and that's not the landscape of TNA in 2016 and TNA are showing now signs of heading in that direction which is completely unfortunate. The Dollhouse being the 'Divas' of TNA while more capable workers take certain stage works so well as a gimmick vs. a s
  14. I don't think that is enough. Bix mentioned that the person is a HOF and works behind the scenes, so I concluded that it is Arn Anderson, however sly mentions is not enough. Pro wrestling is a scummy business and has been for along time and we are all not surprised in the least when WWE is accused of not being progressive in certain aspects of its business, I think its time for this to change. One of the ways for this to change is to call out those who are working in WWE and creating that type of culture. This isn't just with WWE, but every wrestling promotion because it all filters down now.
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