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DECEMBER 2018 WRESTLING DISCUSSION


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13 hours ago, Ryan said:

Already trademarked by the ice cream people I assume.

or Disney in reference to Gargoyles. Man, as much as I love Michael Dorn as Cold Stone, now I kinda wish Austin were involved in some kinda Gargoyles revival. I mean he's gotta be a better VA casting choice than say, Jim Belushi right?

James

 

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1 hour ago, MonteCarl said:

Saw this posted on Reddit and found it interesting. It's a list of the most losses on RAW from the beginning of the show in 1993 to the end of 2018.

 

  1. Chris Jericho 206

  2. Kane 182

  3. The Miz 156

  4. Dolph Ziggler 154

  5. Randy Orton 148

  6. Triple H 142

  7. Christian 135

  8. Cody Rhodes 132

  9. Big Show 132

  10. Kofi Kingston 127

  11. Edge 125

  12. Goldust 120

  13. Cesaro 116

  14. Sheamus 113

  15. Jeff Hardy 109

  16. Jack Swagger 108

  17. Matt Hardy 107

  18. Alicia Fox 103

  19. Bubba Ray Dudley 100

  20. Mark Henry 95

  21. John Cena 95

  22. Curtis Axel 95

  23. Santino Marella 94

  24. Seth Rollins 83

  25. Val Venis 82

  26. Heath Slater 81

  27. D-Von Dudley 80

  28. Mickie James 80

  29. JBL 79

  30. Titus O’Neil 78

  31. Test 77

  32. Shelton Benjamin 76

  33. William Regal 76

  34. R-Truth 73

  35. Billy Gunn 73

  36. Carlito 72

  37. John Morrison 71

  38. Ric Flair 70

  39. Zack Ryder 70

  40. Trish Stratus 69

  41. X-Pac 67

  42. RVD 67

  43. Brie Bella 66

  44. Shawn Michaels 65

  45. Alberto Del Rio 65

  46. CM Punk 64

  47. Kurt Angle 63

  48. Victoria 63

  49. The Rock 61

  50. A-Train 61

Cesaro takes the Barry Horowitz Award for JTTS. He's spent the least amount of time on RAW and has the most losses.

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9 hours ago, Ace said:

Eddie Guerrero wasn't looking good in retrospect towards the end.

Watch his match against Voldemort at the first ECW One Night Stand. There's a spot in the middle where Eddie is on all fours in the entranceway, while the ref is counting him out. It looks less like Eddie is stalling for time and more like he's legitimately trying to gather the strength to finish the match. He passed away 6 months later.

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