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Smackdown Spoilers for 3/28/14


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This is from the Smackdown Dark Match:

 

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NO. FLAT NO.

 

This nauseates me strangely.

 

 

I sent that pic on FB to a friend of mine who hates Cena with a passion.  His reply?

 

"Ugh."

 

 

I hope you understand that you have to tell your "friend" that his opinion is wrong.

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Finally a real name for Ambrose's splendid move! It isn't my chosen name, but "Dirty Deeds" both has the word dirty in it and sounds kind of like something William Regal would name a move, so I approve.

 

Terrific SHIELD matches again with them all getting to look great, even Reigns who smashes dudes after the matches. I still feel such a swelling of pride seeing the SHIELD smashing fools. Must be how sports fans feel when their team wins.

 

I liked the other stuff, too, but things tend to get lost when the SHIELD are on and kicking all ass. You know?

 

And that dark match picture... John Cena believes in the SHIELD. Why hate on that? (also, look at Ambrose in the picture. He totally loves it and you love that, admit it)

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I didn't catch that. Shouldn't it be the "Dirty Deed"? And what the fuck did we all call it before it had a name for that matter?

 

I was calling it Guttershark (after the song by The Bled that mentions a man being void of reason) in an effort to get it to spread, but I didn't try very hard and nobody else ever called it that. I think people just called it "Dean Ambrose's finisher" before.

 

I actually thought Cole called it "Dirty Days" at first because I was too busy cheering for my wrestling hero to hear the name of his move well, but I realized in short time it was actually "Dirty Deeds".

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We need "Shield's gonna kill you" to catch on. Only thing their awesome face act is missing is a distinctive chant.

 

And I think Rollins and Ambrose are naming their moves after albums from classic metal bands. The triple powerbomb could be named "And Justice For All" and it would be perfect.

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Yeah there's nothing worse than when WWE reduces it's top level guys to desperately try and get midcarders over.

 

You don't think the Shield is over? What's the matter, did Dean Ambrose not tip when he visited your place of business?

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Shield stuff was fun. Batista-Sheamus was good-ish, but short, and Show-Bray ruled, but was way too short and they should've talked about Bray facing a former World and WWE Champion, like Cena and hyped this as his biggest match to date. Instead, they just had Show cut a promo, ran nine billion HOF vids, and seemingly couldn't be bothered to do something like that.

 

http://jayreviewsthings.blogspot.com/2014/03/wwe-sd-3-28-14.html

 

Screens -

 

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Why does Batista insist on dressing like a male prostitute from the Tenderloin?

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I don't know what's worse, FSW's anti-Shield gimmick or the fact that he doesn't know the difference between its and it's.

 

I think those are among the very least of his problems.

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You know great The Shield are? They're making me give a crap about the New Age Outlaws in 2014, when they were my least favorite thing in the world (even above Dave Matthews Band) in 1998.

Great is thrown around far too often by you. They're a decent enough stable with no direction or purpose who have good matches with other directionless, purposeless guys. Outlaws in 98 meant far more to so many more people. It's like saying Goldust '14 is better than Rikishi '00.

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You know great The Shield are? They're making me give a crap about the New Age Outlaws in 2014, when they were my least favorite thing in the world (even above Dave Matthews Band) in 1998.

Great is thrown around far too often by you. They're a decent enough stable with no direction or purpose who have good matches with other directionless, purposeless guys. Outlaws in 98 meant far more to so many more people. It's like saying Goldust '14 is better than Rikishi '00.

 

Goldust in 2014 is better than Rikishi in 2000.

 

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The Shield's purpose has been, first...arrive in the WWE from NXT as a force to be reckoned with who also are being paid by Heyman. They also wanted to establish themselves by winning titles, which they did. They then also became employees of HHH and the Authority. Now, they've turned against the Authority because their pride dictates that they weren't going to take orders from Kane. They totally have had stories and purpose along with tons of great matches and being super over. And why am I arguing with a guy who is struggling to find a troll gimmick now that Punk is gone?

 

I need to remember...

 

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