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About RazorbladeKiss87

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  1. After watching a joshi match elsewhere on the board, I have to ask: Is there a specific reason why joshi wrestlers do that specific type of dropkick? The flat back bump version? It seems like every clip or gif I've seen has that instead of the missle dropkick you see male wrestlers do.
  2. This was really fun and like DEAN said, that screwdriver at the end was NASTY! I've never been a joshi fan (after watching this I think I've seen two matches total, the other being a GAEA match from the 1999 yearbook) but I am thinking I need to correct this.
  3. The general music thread had a discussion about earplugs, which led to me reminiscing about seeing Sunn0))) and Boris, which led to me finding the Sunn0))) live archives Bandcamp, which led to me finding the Youtube page of the guy who recorded said Sunn0)))/Boris show, which led to me finding an awesome live video he recorded of my favorite French Hello Kitty-inspired sludge/doom band, Monarch! (the "!" is part of the name,) among many, MANY other bands (Floor, Earth, Melvins, Pissed Jeans, Green Jelly/Green Jello (this held the most interest for me so I could see how far the GWAR rip-off ext
  4. My last no-ear plugs concert was Boris and I wad super sorry for days after. Them, Melvins and Acid Mothers Temple have probably done the most damage to my ears in a live (and for Melvins and Boris, non-live, if we're being honest) setting over the years. Also, if you haven't picked up the reissue of Boris' "Pink" from a few years back, do it! It sounds amazing. I love the booklet. The second disc and its demos are really good. Plus, the record itself is just too kickass. "Farewell" is one of my favorite openers and then it transitions right into the title track which is loud kicks your a
  5. I think this line right here really defines the appeal of deathmatch wrestlers for me. From the first time I saw Onita crying into a mic, I knew he was something special, even if I didn't know what he was saying. Necro Butcher attracted almost mythic levels of hype from people at indie shows. Hell, even Ian has his backers. The "Everyman" aspect of these guys is the draw (and part of the reason some, like Cornette, are turned off because they dispell the "larger than life" aspect of wrestling) which is really evident with Gage and Jimmy Lloyd. Normal guys who get pushed to do abnormal things.
  6. I apologize if this isn't allowed but I figured I'd give it a shot. Ive had some stuff come up in my personal life and I really have decided I don't need to own as much stuff as I do. I've been steadily selling off my physical media collections and will be converting all my wrestling discs to digital soon. I have a few blu-rays left that I'd like to sell and I figured I'd see if anyone here would be interested in them buying them. I am a non-smoker and am pretty anal about condition of my media. I can provide pics if you'd like. None of the digital codes are included. Blu-Ray: Critt
  7. I'm just seeing this news and it's hitting me harder than I would ever think. OSJ has been a fixture in my life for years and I've always loved his presence on the board. He talked to me when I made a post about getting clean from drugs and alcohol and it meant a lot to me, something I've carried with me as a reason I've returned to this board almost daily since high school. He will be missed, quite a bit. RIP.
  8. Oh wow. This is a total early2000s emo astethic. It's great and as soon as the picture loaded Taking Back Sunday came on my computer so it must be a sign that I need this.
  9. I'm pretty open to a lot of pop stuff but this is very bad. For obvious, and shallow, reasons I am a fan of the video though. Scarlett's voice is the weakest on this track. Shotzi's is surprisingly good. Whoever did the makeup and wardrobe did a good job of making Scarlett super generic looking too. There was a discussion a few weeks back about how WWE's makeup and wardrobe people are bad at highlighting the women, in comparison to how AEW's makeup and wardrobe teams work and if I didn't know any better I'd say WWE's crew did the work here.
  10. @J.T.I've always enjoyed your posts and this makes me happy to read. In high school, my buddies and I had a Troma binge (as film/horror/exploitation geeks do) and I was the only one who really dug Troma's War. During the time my sister worked at Troma, I begged her to find any and all materials related to It for me. Now, the real question: Where do you stand on Terror Firmer and my guy, The Toddster? I think it's one of the most pure examples of what Troma does. Or at least I did in 2006 when I watched it last.
  11. She also isn't very knowledgable when it comes to film. Don't know about her wrestling videos but someone in a film group mentioned her and I watched a bit of her stuff and left with the impression that a lot of her fandom comes from lonely guys, if you catch my drift.
  12. That's where I'm thinking this goes. What I would like to see happen: Kenny beats Swann, maybe with a bit of a fuck finish involving the Good Brothers. I mean, Kenny will win but do enough to not make Swann look like shit for losing while also making it clear that Kenny didn't need the interference to win; it was just done in service of being a dick. This could spin off GB vs Swann and Mack (is Mack still around? If so, are he and Swann teaming? If so, have him save Swann from a beatdown. If they were feuding, this could be his return/face turn). Moose declares that he is going to save TNA/Imp
  13. So, I have a potentially dumb question but please bear with me. I see a few NES games that never got releases here eventually did in the Virtual Console store for both the WII and WII-U. If I purchased one of these systems, does the VC work on either of them anymore? I'd assume it's more likely on the WII-U than the WII. Also, if one or both is still functional, are there rumblings of them being shut down? Is there a VC on the Switch? Thanks guys!
  14. Urban Wrestling Federation tried it but it wasn't good. FilmRise owns the rights thanks to Steve Karrel of ECW and the shows are constantly on the ppv channels and also Youtube. They also ran the sleazy women's ppvs that got heat with a few of the bigger females in the indie scene last year (or 2019, can't remember which) like LuFisto. Uncle Murda was involved as was Gunplay. It came off more like a white guy writing a hip-hop show. I would like to see this though. The Griselda guys are also big wrestling fans and they are more traditional rap than the Detroit/Flint scene is (as a lot of the M
  15. It comes down to how streams count for sales. If you're an act that can still sell cds (ie: a legacy act or Adele/Taylor Swift) it's not hard to combine any amount of disc sales with high streams. Plus, the AC/DC album is your basic AC/DC album which means it rocks and gives you exactly what you expect. The MGK album sounds like a 2000s mainstream pop-punk album (more blink 182 style than a Queers pop-punk style) which is super popular with both people in the 28-33 age range for nostalgia and with teens as a nostalgia for something we never experienced type deal.
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