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I walked out* of Sherlock Holmes after the Robert Mallet appearance.

 

* Asked to leave after interrupting the screening with a ten minute long LETS GO KURRGAN chant that no one else joined in with.

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I hope they acknowledge the engagement on TV just so we don't ever have to hear the "Seth and Becky are BOYFRIEND and GIRLFRIEND!!!" horseshit again.

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Good for them. Wonder if they ignore it on tv. 

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I bet *that* was one whiny promo.

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Kimber Lee and Zach Wentz got engaged this week as well. To each other, that is.

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Insert joke about did The Man get down on one knee to propose

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I was wondering about that Dave comment because I heard him say the same thing on a podcast,  how Reigns got no reaction.  I'm not sure that's how movie theaters work, really.  It's not like Married...with Children where Al would walk in and the live audience would become unglued.  Movies don't work like that.

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24 minutes ago, Niners Fan in CT said:

I was wondering about that Dave comment because I heard him say the same thing on a podcast,  how Reigns got no reaction.  I'm not sure that's how movie theaters work, really.  It's not like Married...with Children where Al would walk in and the live audience would become unglued.  Movies don't work like that.

That may depend on the demographics of the audience. 

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The only movie i can recall the audience Poppin like it's the roadies coming to squash some jobbers was the first transformers movie with "I am Optimus Prime" just because of the nostalgia.

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3 hours ago, Raziel said:

The wedding needs to be at Next Summerslam, with The Fiend crashing the Reception.

with Jake as Bray's advisor

I know, I know. It really should be Waylon Mercy.

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57 minutes ago, Niners Fan in CT said:

I was wondering about that Dave comment because I heard him say the same thing on a podcast,  how Reigns got no reaction.  I'm not sure that's how movie theaters work, really.  It's not like Married...with Children where Al would walk in and the live audience would become unglued.  Movies don't work like that.

 

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Posted (edited)

I pop for myself during the brief shot of me in The Wrestler. What can I say? I'm a mark for myself.

Edited by Nice Guy Eddie
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8 hours ago, hammerva said:

So the WWE wants to or is about to  have its own Podcast Network.  That's just great I can only imagine the stuff that will be on this:

1.  At least one Sam Roberts show

2.  At least one Peter Rosenberg show

3.  At least one show that openly mocks dirt sheet writers

 

That's all one show.  What are the other two?

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32 minutes ago, Nice Guy Eddie said:

with Jake as Bray's advisor

I know, I know. It really should be Waylon Mercy.

Oh shit yeah. This.

I'd love to see Jake back similar to how Kreese is booked in Cobra Kai.

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15 hours ago, supremebve said:

I really wish I was a fly on the wall when Vince told Dinsmore about that gimmick.  

Late to the party, but Eugene was Dinsmore's idea that he suggested to Vince so he could make TV

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7 hours ago, Niners Fan in CT said:

I was wondering about that Dave comment because I heard him say the same thing on a podcast,  how Reigns got no reaction.  I'm not sure that's how movie theaters work, really.  It's not like Married...with Children where Al would walk in and the live audience would become unglued.  Movies don't work like that.

 

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This tweet of Rob Naylor that Lance Storm responded to got me wondering who in WWE or NXT nowadays has unique boots?

 

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I think Dave's overarching point on the Reigns movie thing is how far WWE has fallen as far as mainstream exposure and he's not wrong. I'm not sure the reaction to one guy in one movie theater is the way to properly gauge that, but if anybody wants to argue that any WWE performer today has mainstream Q like their stars from years past, I'd like to hear it because you know they don't.

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9 minutes ago, joseph2112 said:

I'm not sure the reaction to one guy in one movie theater is the way to properly gauge that


I think this is the sticking point. Dave gonna Dave.

I don't know if WWE has necessarily fallen that far in mainstream exposure, it's just that by Vince mandate the brand rather than any individual wrestler is now presented as the star. So as much as it seems like they try to make Roman a big deal on the TV shows, it doesn't translate to mainstream because he still isn't presented as the star outside of the shows.

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Dave should have gone to see the movie in Texas. Word is Ross Von Erich's appearnace got a massive pop at every screening in the whole state.

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Just now, AxB said:

Dave should have gone to see the movie in Texas. Word is Ross Von Erich's appearnace got a massive pop at every screening in the whole state.

I heard he was in it but I don't remember seeing him and IMDB isn't much help.  Who did he play as?

But while looking up the cast I saw that Nathan Jones was in it as a pilot so there's that for ya.

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I saw the first Mortal Kombat movie in '95 in a theater in Dundalk, MD.  Motherfuckers cheered through the whole thing and popped like Hogan slammed Andre when Scorpion and Sub-Zero showed up.  It was a miserable experience.

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