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The AEW Brawl & Its Fallout
Dolfan in NYC posted a topic in The PROFESSIONAL WRESTLINGThis is going across 4 threads now, so I'm opening this in a hope to contain it. The short version, CM Punk got very... well, CM Punk during a backstage scrum, called out wrestlers. The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega took exception, and there was a huge actual brawl. Everyone is pissed at everyone... and there will be severe discipline handed out. Anyway, the brawl talk all goes here now. Show threads and the general discussion threads should stay to what's on those shows and whatever else is happening. (Note - if Punk, Omega, or the Bucks are fired/quit, I may rename the thread.) Also, keep it civil. I've got lots of Austin gifs to bust out if the need arises. ALSO... keep it non-meme. If you go crazy with it, I will gag you for a couple of days. There's enough of that shit on Twitter.
UFC 225: Whittaker vs. Romero II June 9, 2018 Chicago, IL (United Center) Robert Whittaker (185) vs. Yoel Romero (185.2) - Whittaker, DEC (split) Interim UFC Welterweight Championship: Rafael dos Anjos (169) vs. Colby Covington (169) - Covington, DEC (unanimous) Holly Holm (146) vs. Megan Anderson (146) - Holm, DEC (unanimous) Andrei Arlovski (249) vs. Tai Tuivasa (261) - Tuivasa, DEC (unanimous) Phil Brooks (169) vs. Mike Jackson (170.5) - Jackson, DEC (unanimous) Fox Sports 1 Preliminary Card: Alistair Overeem (244) vs. Curtis Blaydes (254) - Blaydes, TKO (elbows), R3 (2:56) Cláudia Gadelha (116) vs. Carla Esparza (116) - Gadelha, DEC (split) Ricardo Lamas (145) vs. Mirsad Bektić (146) - Bektić, DEC (split) Rashad Coulter (247) vs. Chris de la Rocha (261) - De La Rocha, TKO (punches), R2 (3:53) Fight Pass Preliminary Card: Rashad Evans (205) vs. Anthony Smith (206) - Smith, KO (knee), R1 (0:53) Joseph Benavidez (125.5) vs. Sergio Pettis (126) - Pettis, DEC (split) Clay Guida (154) vs. Charles Oliveira (155) - Oliveira, SUB (guillotine choke), R1 (2:18) Mike Santiago (145) vs. Dan Ige (146) - Ige, TKO (punches), R1 (0:50) Event Bonuses ($50,000) Performance of the Night: Charles Oliveira Performance of the Night: Curtis Blaydes Fight of the Night: Robert Whittaker vs. Yoel Romero Attendance: 18,177 Gate: $2.55 million Buyrate: 250,000 Cancelled Fights: Rashad Coulter vs. Allen Crowder - Injury to Crowder Clay Guida vs. Bobby Green - Injury to Green
UFC 203: Miočić vs. Overeem September 10, 2016 Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena) UFC Heavyweight Championship: Stipe Miočić © (246) vs. Alistair Overeem (248.5) (first defense) - Miočić, KO (punches), R1 (4:27) Fabrício Werdum (239.5) vs. Travis Browne (241) - Werdum, DEC (unanimous) Phil Brooks (170) vs. Mickey Gall (170.5) - Gall, SUB (rear naked choke), R1 (2:14) Urijah Faber (136) vs. Jimmie Rivera (135.5) - Rivera, DEC (unanimous) Jéssica Andrade (115.5) vs. Joanne Calderwood (116) - Andrade, SUB (guillotine choke), R1 (4:38) Fox Sports 1 Preliminary Card: Jessica Eye (135) vs. Bethe Correia (135) - Correia, DEC (split) Caio Magalhães (185.5) vs. Brad Tavares (186) - Tavares, DEC (split) Nik Lentz (156) vs. Michael McBride (158)* - Lentz, TKO (punches), R2 (4:17) Drew Dober (155) vs. Jason Gonzalez (156) - Dober, KO (punches), R1 (1:45) Fight Pass Preliminary Card: Yancy Medeiros (171) vs. Sean Spencer (170) - Medeiros, SUB (rear naked choke), R2 (0:49) *Forfeits 20% of the purse for missing weight Event Bonuses ($50,000): Performance of the Night: Yancy Medeiros Performance of the Night: Jéssica Andrade Fight of the Night: Stipe Miočić vs. Alistair Overeem Attendance: 18,875 Gate: $2.6 million Buyrate: 475,000 Cancelled Bouts: Fabrício Werdum vs. Ben Rothwell - Injury to Rothwell (Knee) Erik Koch vs. Drew Dober - Injury to Koch Nik Lentz vs. Mairbek Taisumov - Taisumov Visa Issues Damir Hadžović vs. Yusuke Kasuya - Hadžović Visa Issues; Bout Moved to Another Card Ian McCall vs. Ray Borg - Borg Removed Due to Illness C.B. Dollaway vs. Francimar Barroso - Injury to Dollaway (Back Strain)
So yeah. Andreas Hale @AndreasHale 7m Walked by CM Punk and AJ Lee embracing backstage. Punk looks genuinely happy to be a UFC fighter.
DVDVRMM: R1 Match 32: PUNK vs. LESNAR
jaedmc posted a topic in 2014 MARCH MADNESS (Archive)PUNK, CENA, BIG E. vs. THOSE SHIELD GUYS BROCK LESNAR SCREAMS LIKE A 12 YEAR OLD KID THAT JUST PWND YOU ON HALO
Raw 3-3-14 - Raw in Chicago
MGFanJay posted a topic in WWE PROGRAMMINGThis show was a blast. The pre-show was worthwhile just for the Punk mention, and then the show started off awesome with the Heyman-Brock stuff. They managed to take Heyman's past with Punk and turning it into the fans, and how they deserve to have Taker's streak taken away by BARRRROOOCK LESSSNAR! And then Brock killed Henry, tossed a monitor into the crowd and gave no fucks about doing so. The Usos got their big title win and Colt got a little airtime in the form of a fan with his fathead, and then Big E and Cesaro had a super-fun short match that furthered the breakup of the Americans and Big E was a dick. THEN THE SHIELD-WYATTS MATCH STARTED. This was an amazing first hour. ROLLINS-MANIA started off the second hour with him just ruling the rematch. Then they had a billion star match that topped even the PPV one. It was just pure chaos and it a story. Take note, Young Bucks - this is how you do five billion things and tell a story in the process. You've got Seth leaving the Shield, but there's more to it. There's a reason for it, and it may not be the immediate end of the group. Then Fandango and Summer Rae had a tag match that died a death, furthered by Sheamus-Christian. Fine match, but the crowd didn't care about it. It at least featured some amusing burials of Christian and JR, making each guy far more likeable as a result of Vince's on-air bullying tonight. There was "no gimmicks needed" Chris Candido, and now there's "no fucks given" Christian. They're trying but, this match is as thrilling as drinking a lukewarm glass of water. THIS IS AW-FUL! "Here comes the skinny frog!" Sheamus barely kicked out of the skinny frog splash, so he must suck too then. Brogue kick won. YES IT'S OVER! (Clap clap clap clap) Then they brawled backstage to continue this. Bellas faces Aksana and Alicia. Cole called them FOUR TREMENDOUS ATHLETES! The match was nothing special. The Steph-Bryan-HHH segment was glorious. Loved HHH saying that the asshole chant was the crowd's way to let Bryan know it's his turn to speak. Loved Steph putting over ALL THE STUFF WWE DOES FOR ITS ROSTER! See roster, you should be thankful for EVERYTHING WWE DOES FOR YOU! This wasn't really all that good, but was entertaining due to the crowd. YAY BEARER'S in the HOF. BOO, Big E's working twice. At least it wound up being a nothing match. Loved the wacky slappy hug from Cesaro. Loved the Bearer vid. The Bray-Cena stuff was fantastic. While Cena's portion was super-iffy, Bray brought the awesome from beginning to end. Loved them throwing as much filler as they could to prevent doing Bryan-Batista. AND THEN ORTON CAME OUT after a Hogan video. LOL @ the put some pants on sign. The main event match was...not good, but became a bigger deal with the post-match with Batista all but joining the Authority. Orton's allegiance is...somewhere. No Punk at all. Wow. http://jayreviewsthings.blogspot.com/2014/03/wwe-raw-3-3-14.html Screens - http://www.imagebam.com/gallery/vc1nvgn1wkz6jznqqgz7n6o81wg7aik5