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Log last won the day on November 26 2013

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  1. I gotta disagree with you. I think it looks pretty high key awesome.
  2. Is he addicted to banks and he robs drugs? Anyway, I'm not a big deathmatch guy, but I'm really looking forward to the Gage episode. He's an interesting character. A lot of these deathmatch guys are. I'm weirdly fascinated by them. It's like they're folk heroes in a way. There are a lot of wrestling fans who won't take them seriously, but the one's who do LOVE them. People like to complain about them destroying their bodies or whatever, but let's face it, a guy like Gage would most likely be going from job to job, would maybe still be an addict and in jail (or worse, dead) if he d
  3. "Booty butt, booty butt, booty butt cheeks" is totally something my kids would chant around the house and that I would later get in trouble from my wife for encouraging it.
  4. I dug Mox and Kingston going all Steiners on a couple jobbers on Dark.
  5. I won't really miss Mayne. To me, he was the least-funny "funny" person. I did like him a lot better when he was anchoring. But his packages he'd do always fell flat with me. Chris Berman is damn near unwatchable to me.
  6. There’s a very good chance that Harley told Jarrett to lay it in good. Now, put yourself in Jarrett’s place. Would you want Harley Fucking Race pissed at you for going against his wishes?
  7. I was at Bad Blood. They never announced anything to the live crowd. After the show, we were like, “wasn’t there supposed to be a Pullman/Golddust match?” and didn’t really think too much about it. I don’t think I found out until the next day.
  8. The story that a bunch of wrestlers thought Pillman was having plastic surgery to look like Shawn Michaels in order to come to WWF as his evil doppelganger is just another reason to remember that a lot of wrestlers are not the brightest bulbs.
  9. Oh shit! Have we discussed that Sammy totally hit the best coast to coast or Van Terminator or whatever it’s called when you jump from one turnbuckle to another? Even more impressive was that he did it later in the match after being in there the whole time. I don’t think I’ve personally ever seen one hit so clean.
  10. I did live tv five days a week for over 15 years and I would’ve found the best shot for that fall. I had to find the best way to shoot something with sometimes only minutes or seconds (not kidding) to figure it out and 9 times out of 10, I’d get it. AEW had time to get that right and they didn’t. They should’ve planned it out better. Don’t get me wrong, I love AEW. They’ve got me watching and loving weekly wrestling again, and I am thankful for that. They screwed up, though. They did a great number and I’m really glad they did. I don’t know why it’s so hard for people to understand
  11. This needs to be a come to Jesus moment for AEW's production team. This is the second big, heavily-promoted, heavily-anticipated match that has been tainted (I won't say ruined because I still VERY much enjoyed both matches) by less-than-stellar production choices. Here's hoping they think things through a lot better before they do something similar in the future.
  12. In all of the talk about Jericho's bump, I feel like we haven't talked enough about how smart the booking of the finish was. It really was a "keep everyone strong" finish. The Inner Circle don't look weak for protecting one of their own and Pinnacle looks tough for getting Jericho into that situation. Again, there were some things left to be desired in the actual presentation of that, but I think it was a really smart way to book the ending of the match.
  13. I think some of the issue might be that the match leading up to the bump was so violent. If it’d been more of a straight match with that sort of bump at the end, it’d be ok. Two teams just tried to murder each other for 30 minutes and then it ends on a safe-looking (notice I said “looking”, I do realize the danger in that bump) bump.
  14. I can’t remember who the wrestler is/was, but I remember talk of a guy who threw terrible-looking punches that actually hurt his opponents. That’s what Jericho’s bump reminds me of. I’m sure it did hurt, but that doesn’t mean it looked good.
  15. Exactly. I don't think anyone here wants a return to Foley-type shit. It's just that if you are going to do the big fall, make it look good. Make it safe, first, but then make it look good. If you can't make it safe, don't do it. If you can't make it look good, don't do it.
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