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WWE RAW: Mostly just Bane memes really edition

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!BzcOsK03.w - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 15:57:26 EST 0CuYXf/X No.6450713
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>Watch WWE RAW with /wooo/ in /wooo/tube - http://taima.tv/r/wooo and /wooo/alt - http://taima.tv/r/woooalt at 8pm Eastern//1am London. RAW will be followed by RAW Talk.

>Drew McIntyre to look for a new challenger on RAW?
At Clash of Champions, Drew McIntyre successfully defended his WWE Championship against Randy Orton. The match also saw the involvement of legends like the Big Show, Christian, Shawn Michaels, and Ric Flair. All of whom had faced the wrath of The Viper's Punt on WWE RAW previously. While the match was engaging with the entire story narrated well, it still ended up making The Scottish Psychopath look slightly weak. Overall though, it now means his WWE title feud with Orton has finally ended. Thus, McIntyre can look beyond The Viper in search of a new challenger. Although McIntyre has had an impressive run as the WWE Champion, he could still engage in a few more exciting title feuds. WWE should have the likes of Kevin Owens, Aleister Black, Andrade, and more to challenge McIntyre next. A good feud, even if it is short-lived, could help elevate McIntyre’s title reign. Therefore, we could now see him searching for a new challenger on WWE RAW. It will be interesting to know what is planned for the champion. Whatever is in store, it needs to pan out soon. Why? Because things could change quickly for McIntyre if he gets drafted to Friday Night SmackDown during next month's WWE Draft.

>What is RETRIBUTION planning for this week’s RAW?
The last few weeks finally introduced the real faces behind the RETRIBUTION. But they got themselves immensely over with the crowd with their social media activity. T-Bar, especially, has been ruling Twitter and is now looking more promising than ever. This has a huge potential, and hopefully, WWE RAW will capitalise on the same. This week on WWE RAW, we could see RETRIBUTION make a return to the red brand. Given that they have continuously disrupted championship matches, it is possible that one of the RETRIBUTION members will set his sights on the WWE Championship. We could also see Reckoning running ruckus in the women’s division. The threat from RETRIBUTION isn’t limited to the WWE Championship. They could also target the United States Championship Title, especially if you take the previous altercations between them and The Hurt Busines into account. In any case, RETRIBUTION could cause a lot of problems for the current Superstars on the WWE RAW roster. And it will be interesting to see what they are planning for tonight.

>Asuka and Zelina Vega continue their WWE RAW Women’s Championship feud
At Clash of Champions 2020, Asuka successfully defended her WWE RAW Women’s Championship against Zelina Vega in a fairly decent match. But what happened in the end was all the more interesting. Asuka stated that Vega is a ‘firecracker’ and has a lot in her that one can’t decipher by simply looking at her. As a show of respect, Asuka wanted to shake hands with her opponent. Unfortunately for her, that’s not what Vega wanted. Instead, she blindsided Asuka and kicked her in the stomach before escaping from the ring. An agitated Asuka screamed at Vega while the latter teased that she is not yet done with the champion. We can expect both the Superstars to continue their feud with Asuka on WWE RAW. In the absence of a lot of names on the WWE RAW roster, Zelina Vega is easily one of the most promising Superstars who can challenge Asuka for the title. Moreover, a good feud between the two can help establish Vega as a serious threat. It is highly unlikely that she will take the title away from Asuka. But she can still emerge as one of the strong contenders in the Women’s division.

>Will we see more of Rey Mysterio’s family on WWE RAW?
The involvement of Dominik Mysterio in his father’s feud on WWE RAW was well-planned. It facilitated a great debut for Dominik, who feuded with Seth Rollins and Buddy Murphy. However, it appears that WWE are not yet done with involving Rey’s family into the business. The last few weeks also saw Rey Mysterio’s wife and daughter make appearances on the show. Rey Mysterio’s daughter Aalyah sympathised with Buddy Murphy when the latter was brutally injured on WWE RAW. Following that, Rollins decided to bring up the legitimacy of her relationship with Rey Mysterio, implying that she is not his daughter. Even Aalya was upset when Rey called her ‘naive’, and she walked away from her family. It is evident that the creative are going to involve Aalyah in more storylines on WWE RAW going forward. However, amidst all this, Dominik’s run on the red brand might get compromised. He didn’t look very strong in the previous segments featuring Rey Mysterio’s entire family. If the same continues on the red brand, the impact of the entire family angle will be lost.
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Triple H - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 07:33:21 EST Ynl+K5T5 No.6450865 Reply
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This company is so fucking embarrassing.
Superstar Billy Graham - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 07:37:10 EST PvOQ6M5D No.6450867 Reply
They've really never gotten down how normal human beings are supposed to speak to each other have they?

NJPW G1 CLIMAX 30: DAY 6, 7, & 8

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!lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 15:27:01 EST HWYsl/vq No.6450708
File: 1601321221258.jpg -(350838B / 342.62KB, 797x898) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. NJPW G1 CLIMAX 30: DAY 6, 7, & 8
>Watch NJPW G1 Climax 30 with Day 6 on Tuesday, Day 7 on Wednesday, and Day 8 on Thursday at 5:30am EDT / 10:30am BST in /wooo/tube - http://taima.tv/r/wooo and /wooo/alt - http://taima.tv/r/woooalt

G1 Climax 30 comes to Korakuen Hall for the first time on September 29 and 30 for A Block and B Block action including a rematch of one of last tournament’s best bouts in the main event. Then on October 1, G1 Climax 30 heads to Niigata before a three day break for more B Block action. Points are determined with two points for a win, one point for a draw, and zero points for a loss. Here are the tournament standings and the lineup for the show:

>A Block

*Taichi - 6
*Jay White - 6
*Will Ospreay - 4
*Kota Ibushi - 4
*Minoru Suzuki - 4
*Kazuchika Okada - 2
*Shingo Takagi - 2
*Jeff Cobb - 2
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Brooke Tessmacher - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 04:29:54 EST SdPbl+Wq No.6450837 Reply
Get ready to see CHAOS end the undefeated streaks of White & Taichi!
The People - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 07:32:26 EST rRLAccW7 No.6450862 Reply
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>NJPW booking SANADA the exact same as they did Jay White last year
SANADA can't even get his own booking, the fucking state of him.


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- Sat, 26 Sep 2020 22:44:49 EST RVuAPKZ9 No.6450244
File: 1601174689884.png -(122650B / 119.78KB, 300x250) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. THE DIRT SHEET THREAD: THE LATEST FROM MELTZER AND MORE - 27th SEPTEMBER '20
The first few posts are from this week's Wrestling Observer Newsletter. For the full newsletter and much more get a subscription at http://www.f4wonline.com/
Dave Meltzer's star ratings are now posted in their own thread, so look for it.
Use this thread to post news as it comes through. Do not use the old thread for anything new, please move discussion to here instead.

> COVID has now spread into a number of promotions this past week with a major outbreak in WWE, some in AEW and four of the biggest stars, if not more, in CMLL. All three promotions had to change aspects of their television shows this week. AEW’s television main event was changed. NXT had changes as well as noted by those in the company but were not specific as to what the changes were past there was a significant outbreak. The outbreak was said to affect plans for the Raw brand for 9/28, but there has been no indication it affects the scheduled matches on the 9/27 Clash of Champions a far as participants in the bouts themselves.

> However, those who have been training at the Performance Center of late have been taken off Raw or Smackdown tapings until further notice. There is also fear that the large number of Performance Center athletes who were under masks at Retribution may lead to issues due to interacting with the Raw roster on the 9/21 show.

> Lance Archer tested positive for COVID this past week which caused the company to change the 9/23 TV show. Archer said that when he got home from the last set of shows two weeks ago, a member of his family was sick. He said that person had been driven to the vet by a friend who turned out to test positive. Archer said that he ended up sick and then tested positive.

> Archer was the exception to the rule in the sense that his positive was not wrestling related. Most of the positives in AEW and NXT were related to talent that is in Orlando (not necessarily all, as there is thought some is also related to independent wrestling as some AEW talent and extras have worked some indie dates of late, Ben Carter being the name that has come out although he is not AEW contracted talent). Carter said that he contracted the disease after 9/10, when his recent AEW matches were taped.

> Serena Deeb, who just signed an AEW contract and worked the last set of tapings, said that earlier this week she was in contact with someone who tested positive and would be quarantining herself for two weeks. She seemed to target the date as around 9/20 as on 9/24 she said she would be quarantining for another ten days. She was scheduled on the 9/29 UWN PPV show against Allysin Kay. That match has been changed to Kay vs. Nicole Savoy.

> With the Orlando area being a hotbed as far as wrestlers go, talent from WWE and AEW socialize, go to the gym together, and some are even in relationships together, as well as socialize with some of the same fans and insiders. One person very familiar with the testing results and spread said that was the key reason why it happened at the same time with both companies. There is also the issue with independent promotions opening up, some with fans in attendance. While some are testing, not all are doing so. WWE talent never works independent shows but the non-contracted AEW talent work as many indies as they can, and some AEW contracted talent still works indies as well.

> AEW has acknowledged that the story itself is accurate but due to privacy would not say anything more about it other than Archer has tested positive since he went public with it. AEW has gone a step farther of late in its testing. They are now requiring people to test before coming to Jacksonville and then they get tested a second time on arrival and are not allowed in until the results of the second test come in. With Tony Khan’s NFL connections, he is working with the NFL Covid response team for stricter protocol.

> The idea was that since Eddie Kingston actually didn’t go over the top rope in the Battle Royal (which was likely going to be used down the line) that he would get the 9/23 title match. Right now Moxley vs. Archer is scheduled for the 10/14 Anniversary show. The was talk that they hope the planned six-man tag with Archer & Ricky Starks & Brian Cage vs. Moxley & Darby Allin & Will Hobbs would take place on 10/7 based on the idea they are still planning the match and that would be the only date possible to have it sinc…
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Human Tornado - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 04:28:57 EST D9yDAXk+ No.6450836 Reply
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>mfw Retribution not on RAW for at least 2 weeks
Superstar Billy Graham - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 07:29:41 EST PvOQ6M5D No.6450860 Reply
They probably mostly got a bad rep because 98% of the time their booking was just confusing and awful. The other 2% they'd drop the ball hard after some good actually logical stuff.
Jinsei Shinzaki - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 07:36:58 EST FU9dukAo No.6450866 Reply
Yeah, it wasn't Kurt Angle or Christian or Team 3D that gave TNA a bad rep, it was Black Reign, RVD and the like. It was more about them clearly coming to TNA and TNA obliging them and putting them over their own guys. It made TNA look like any old local shitty indie with their "Famous TV Clowns" and so on.


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- Mon, 28 Sep 2020 01:17:56 EST dZcGKebd No.6450568
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I'm currently watching the Bobby Lashley vs Apollo Crews match, during the match Bobby was outside and threatened to hit Ricochet, it made me think what would happen if he did hit him? Would he get disqualified?

I tried googling the rules for this but all I got were questions related to WWE games. I can think of times where managers got on the apron and were hit, but I can't remember if the ref saw it or not. There have been times where wrestlers have jumped in the ring, been attacked by the participants of the match and the match has been called off before the participants were attacked (deemed a no contest), but there are also times where a wrestler enters the ring, exists and the match hasn't been called off (times where the 24/7 champion has run through).

I'm thinking he'd have to get disqualified for hitting him, only for the reason being he didn't hit him, if he was able to hit him Ricochet wouldn't be able to hit back, so it'd be a weak think for Bobby to not attack him when he can freely do so without consequence. Any thoughts or examples would be great.

Of course, WWE's rules are bendable and they'll make the rules whatever they want whenever they want (HIAC 2019....)
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Brian Pillman - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 03:27:20 EST 4zJo/ELj No.6450834 Reply
We know the rules are made up. We're looking for consistency in both the rules and how a promotion enforces them. If one tag team match allows for both lucha-style "out of the ring" tags and traditional "tag in the corner" tags but another tag team match only allows "corner" tags, that would be inconsistent - and therefore stupid.

That's why people got pissed off at Seth Rollins being disqualified in a HIAC Match: The entire point of the match is to give the people in the Cell a chance to destroy each other without limit. WWE eventually retconned that ruling to "referee stoppage" because even Vince and his Writer Monkeys figured out that they'd fucked up.

When you make a set of "rules" for a given "universe" (e.g., rules for how magic works in a fantasy setting), you must keep the rules consistent from start to finish. You can bend them - hi, "exact words" trope - but you can't break them unless you can justify how you're breaking them. WWE couldn't justify a DQ for a HIAC Match, so it retconned a DQ into a "ref stoppage". It's still bullshit, but at least WWE could justify that ending.
Rosita - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 05:51:43 EST LUMg+nxK No.6450851 Reply
>That's why people got pissed off at Seth Rollins being disqualified in a HIAC Match

I still dont know how they even book a no dq match to have DQ.

Its worse than the time WCW brought back the over the top rope DQ...in 1998.

Social Media Thread: Pale Moonlight edition

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!QqL8nX9URE - Fri, 25 Sep 2020 18:05:05 EST t9ej540l No.6449955
File: 1601071505693.png -(87855B / 85.80KB, 350x267) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Social Media Thread: Pale Moonlight edition
Last one hit the bump limit

No politics, No waifu shit, Bitch up
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Crash Holly - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 06:41:30 EST P6kR4nuw No.6450855 Reply
lol the Bucks segment and Kingston segment were great
Lot of funny stuff on this one tbh
Krissy Vaine - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 07:01:37 EST wD8hPE8i No.6450858 Reply

The Bucks' part was grating and unfunny as usual - they're the worst part of their own show and have been for a long time

People in wrestling you thought were going to breakout but didn't

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!BzcOsK03.w - Thu, 24 Sep 2020 20:25:29 EST 0CuYXf/X No.6449528
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>Discuss people in wrestling you thought were going to take off and elevate their careers significantly but for one reason or another it didn't pan out
Christina Von Errie is a wrestler from Reno, NV but who got adopted by the SoCal scene where people first took notice of because of her Brody Dalle-esque Punk Rocker character. She started off in 2008 and by 2010 she was already the "other girl" in PWG, being the only other woman wrestling in the promotion besides Candice LaRae. By the end of 2010, TNA had her come do a dark match for them so they could take a look at her.

In 2011, SHIMMER the All women's promotion out of Chicago made her a regular roster member and TNA took her on as "Toxxin", pairing her up with Shannon Moore and Jesse Neal of Ink Inc. While the role was small, get a foot in the door of nationally televised TNA seemed like it meant Christina was going to stay on the radar. Jesse Neal and Von Errie had a whirlwind romance that lead to them getting engaged by July 2011 but the relationship broke apart afterwards.

It was around the 2011 point where I thought "Alright, PWG and TNA in the bag, she's about to go somewhere with this now".

In 2013 she started picking up dates with CZW and sister promotion WSU, which was around the same time she began engaged to Deathmatch mainstay MASADA and indeed the two worked a few matches with each other. They were also engaged at one point but that also didn't work out.

The mid-10s were good for Christina indie-wise, where she was now picking up numerous gigs in promotions across America, however, the TNA gig from 2011 didn't produce as much mileage as I might have thought. Ink Inc didn't go far past 2011 and thus neither did "Toxxin". TNA brought her back years later as the GFW's Women's Champion put that angle ended up a lame duck and didn't lead to much extra work. In that same era she picked up some work with HOODSLAM in Oakland, which I thought might be good for her as new "home" promotion since Christina's punk thing would definitely vibe with them. Being from Reno, she occasionally worked with Reno Scum. Reno Scum ended up working for Impact for a while, but CVE was not brought back in with them.

However, by the end of the 10s she was drifted towards Canada and ECCW up in the Vancouver, British Columbia area. This would eventually lead her to meeting and marrying Scotty Mac, a mainstay of that promotion, in what appears to be a very happy marriage. As a result of that, Vancouver and ECCW act as her current base.

In 2019 WWE signed Shotzi Blackheart, a Californian chick who started working in 2015 who also runs with an alternative/punk look who had worked with promotions such as HOODSLAM and wrestled Von Errie in a few matches in 2018 before being signed. Shotzi is now doing very well for herself in NXT.

I thought between an easy-to-communicate character, a varied experience of working with both guys and girls, and getting a connection with a televised company like TNA would have put CVE on the path to be someone decently visible on the wrestling radar, but for whatever that didn't quite go for her and she remained only ever doing good but not outstanding on the indie scene.

Go figure. Who you guys got?
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Brian Pillman - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 04:39:00 EST 4zJo/ELj No.6450840 Reply
>stay relevant
At this point, she could only do that by starting an OnlyFans aimed at big tiddy enthusiasts. She'd probably make decent bank on it, too.

name a better headshot with a chair

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- Mon, 28 Sep 2020 23:07:58 EST 0R1xRRKK No.6450796
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Fabulous Moolah - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 00:37:00 EST BzRPftNE No.6450819 Reply
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>BEEG blocks the chairshot with a punch
>Brock just keeps swinging


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!lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 25 Sep 2020 15:01:59 EST HWYsl/vq No.6449852
File: 1601060519941.png -(198335B / 193.69KB, 220x349) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. CMLL 87TH ANIVERSARIO IPPV THREAD
>Watch CMLL 87th Aniversario at 9:30pm EDT / 2:30am BST in /wooo/tube 3 - http://taima.tv/r/wooo3

CMLL’s anniversary show is its biggest event of the year and tonight will celebrate its 87th anniversary. This year’s show will be a Night of Champions as seven championships will be defended, two of which will be the first defenses for the reigning Micro-Estrellas and World Tag Team champions, as voted on by the fans though due to injury or a positive COVID-19 test, the card has changed. Here’s the lineup for the show:

CMLL World Tag Team Championship Match: La Alianza de Plata y Oro (Carístico & Místico) (c) vs. AtrapaSueños (Rey Cometa & Espíritu Negro)

Mexican National Trios Championship Match: Nueva Generación Dinamita (El Cuatrero, Forastero & Sansón) (c) vs. Los Cancerberos del Infierno (Virus, Raziel & Cancerbero)

Mexican National Women’s Championship Match: La Metálica (c) vs. Reina Isis

CMLL World Women’s Championship Match: Marcela (c) vs. Dalys

NWA World Historic Welterweight Championship Match: Volador Jr. (c) vs. Templario

CMLL World Welterweight Championship Match: Titán (c) vs. Soberano Jr.

CMLL World Micro-Estrellas Championship Match: Chamuel (c) vs. Microman
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And heres to another 87 years

Things in wrestling that are BASED

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- Sun, 06 Sep 2020 11:41:15 EST Nwp9fWmA No.6441975
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this thread is for all the people, matches and gimmicks that are undeniably, certifiably, unequivocally, unanimously, fundamentally, 100% scientifically-proven B - A - S - E - D. BASED.

I'll start with the most universally-beloved suggestion: the true crossface submission master SID.
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Kensuke Sasaki - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 00:01:27 EST Arlyurcu No.6450810 Reply
Bro, I wish KENTA vs Sano was still on on youtube, it's the perfect squash match and Sano's finish at the time was the best.
A lost classic.

Non-WWE Major Promotions General Thread #13: Almost Back to Business Edition

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!lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 12:56:44 EST wMyhf4Ie No.6418886
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Continuing from the last thread >>6352101

This thread is for general discussion of AEW, Impact, MLW, NWA and ROH, which are the five major non-WWE promotions in the United States and Canada that have national weekly online and television shows as well as streaming and PPV deals.

>MLW Underground and Pulp Fusion (since Fusion is on hiatus) both air on Mondays at 7pm EDT / 12am BST in /wooo/tube - http://taima.tv/r/wooo. Replays air on Tuesdays at 11:30am EDT / 4:30am BST in /wooo/tube.
>United Wrestling Network's Primetime Live (since NWA Powerrr is on hiatus) airs on Tuesdays at 9pm EDT / 2am BST in /wooo/tube 2 - http://taima.tv/r/wooo2. Replays air on Wednesdays at 4pm EDT / 9pm BST in /wooo/tube 2.
>Impact! airs on Tuesdays at 8pm EDT / 1am BST in /wooo/tube. Replays air on Wednesdays at 12:30pm EDT / 5:30pm BST in /wooo/tube.
>Impact Xplosion also airs on Tuesdays before Impact! at 7:50pm EDT / 12:50am BST in /wooo/tube. Replays air on Wednesdays at 12:20pm EDT / 5:20pm BST in /wooo/tube.
>Impact After Shock also airs on Tuesdays after Impact! at 10pm EDT / 3am BST in /wooo/tube. Replays on Wednesdays at 2pm EDT / 7pm BST in /wooo/tube.
>ROH Wrestling airs on Tuesdays at 10:30pm EDT / 3:30am BST in /wooo/tube. Replays air on Wednesdays at 11:30am EDT / 4:30pm BST in /wooo/tube.
>AEW Dark airs on Tuesdays at 7pm EDT / 12am BST in /wooo/tube 2 - http://taima.tv/r/wooo2. Replays air on Wednesdays at 6:30pm EDT / 11:30pm BST in /wooo/tube - http://taima.tv/r/wooo and /wooo/alt - http://taima.tv/r/woooalt.
>AEW Dynamite airs on Wednesdays at 8pm EDT / 1am BST in /wooo/tube and /wooo/alt. Replays air on Thursdays at 2pm EDT / 7pm BST in /wooo/tube.
>AEW, Impact, MLW, NWA, and ROH live events will be shown when scheduled in the tubes.

>All Elite Wrestling

>Impact Wrestling
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Tyler Black - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 17:46:50 EST Ynl+K5T5 No.6450740 Reply
I dunno if it's because he's face or the fact the hacker gimmick stinks, but man I just don't care about him at all right now. Just let him be a horrible cunt again.

If it was me I'd have him feud with Heath. A nice lengthy program with cinematic match or 2 and a bloody finale with Heath proving he's more than a comedy dude.
Christ Sabin - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 17:55:35 EST tjzItcJU No.6450743 Reply
the hacker gimmick can have its use if it doesn't consist in his entire personality, and if its used for more than corny shit like photoshopping his face in some pictures
i personally always have a mark out moment when he clicks on his phone and the lights go out, for example
but i agree that he needs to stay heel, or tweener at leats
Prince - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 19:00:06 EST F4Q8qUGZ No.6450750 Reply
I think they had to do the stupid RVD Vs Sami thing because of Joey Ryan getting laid off. RVD joined that stable before covid.

Bryan Alvarez

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- Fri, 18 Sep 2020 16:32:17 EST 7kJ8vSTF No.6447425
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What the fuck happened?
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Droz - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 15:38:59 EST 4zJo/ELj No.6450711 Reply
Like a self-harming masochist in winter, y'all keep choking in the fourth quarter.
Randy Orton - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 16:07:41 EST p+s5yxkI No.6450718 Reply
If it makes you feel any better Dan Quinn is definitely getting fired this year

The rock

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- Sun, 27 Sep 2020 12:28:30 EST UuSDYdkN No.6450354
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How would WWE have been if he never left for hollywood and stayed in the business for another 15 years?

Could the ratings have stayed high? Or would he be helpless to overcome WWE turning to shit?
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Alex Shelley - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 13:49:23 EST NbxmdHMb No.6450681 Reply
Vince being desperate for stars he'd definitely would have. Rock being on top winning titles from late 98-2014 and having two world titles from 02-13 would have put him over. It's a fake bullshit record anyway.
He was a 9 time champ when he left in 2002 and 10 time after beating Punk. No way he'd just win at most 6 more in that 10 year span especially when they were hot shotting the titles as much as they were during that span. Unless he'd refuse to have it and do the house shows like Michaels did.
Brian Hebner - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 15:04:53 EST P6kR4nuw No.6450703 Reply
> CM Punk used to put over The Rock's officially 10th world championship run

still smh here about this.
Allison Wonderland - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 16:06:56 EST T27T75Qv No.6450717 Reply
Ratings were already on a downward spiral since the night after WrestleMania 17.
People just stopped watching.
It doesn't matter if he would've stayed. Plus he wouldn't have stayed full time. He would've just did a part time run and done big dream matches at WM.

Puroresu General Thread: Everything is EVIL Edition

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!lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 13:19:46 EST HWYsl/vq No.6428764
File: 1596820786989.jpg -(208776B / 203.88KB, 600x400) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Puroresu General Thread: Everything is EVIL Edition
Welcome to this years puro thread! Continuing from last thread >>6243531

>NJPW Strong airs weekly on Fridays at 10pm EDT / 3am BST in English in /wooo/tube 2 - http://taima.tv/r/wooo2 and in Japanese in /wooo/alt 2 - http://taima.tv/r/woooalt2. Replays air on Saturdays at 4pm EDT / 9pm BST also in /wooo/tube 2.
>Puro Tube is on Tuesdays at 3pm EDT / 8pm BST in /wooo/tube - http://taima.tv/r/wooo and shows promotions outside of Dragon Gate and NJPW. Join in as everyone argues why their favorite fed is superior and Yanopost, Anopost, CIMApost and dance like Keita until your tummy is full from all that snackpine.
>Shoot Style Tube is on Sundays at 3pm EDT / 8pm BST also in /wooo/tube, which usually feature classic Japanese Shootstyle wrestling shows and matches from the past and present.
>DG Tube shows replays of recent Dragon Gate live events and PPVs when scheduled - http://taima.tv/r/mondainightryu

Outside of Puro Tube, there's usually a few puro marks in the chat that can help fill you in on storylines and find you matches. Just show up outside of big shows like Raw, and you'll find someone in there to help you out. Puro matches also show up in the playlist, so scroll around to find them. NJPW, DG, and DDT live events are regularly streamed in the tubes, check the schedule for details.


NJPW: Oldest and largest promotion in Japan. Owned by Bushiroad and is booked by Gedo. His booking gets the tubes riled up sometimes (all the time), but the match quality generally makes up for it. In the midst of something of a revival, and although you may argue that it is already drawing to a close, they are still doing good business at the moment. They run one of the largest shows in wrestling, called Wrestle Kingdom, every year on January 4th at the fabled Tokyo Dome. Most every show they run, large and small, air in the tubes. They have a slew of foreign wrestlers on their roster right now. They also have a wonderful streaming website over at http://njpwworld.com/

Dragon Gate: Almost certainly the second largest promotion in Japan. Born out of the Toryumon promotion, which was the brainchild of Ultimo Dragon, their style is a mixture of classic puro, cruiserweight/junior heavyweight sprints, and lucha libre. Stable warfare is a huge part of the promotion, with most every wrestler in the company being aligned with a unit in some way. Though it is a big promotion, they retain a grassroots feel, with wrestlers selling merch before and after shows, and running many shows out of community centers and gyms. Most of their large shows air in the tubes, and footage is also posted here. They also have a show that is filmed monthly in their little studio in Kobe called Prime Zone which is wacky, fun, and full of Mondai Ryu schemes. They recently joined the streaming bandwagon over at https://dragongate.live

DDT: Indie promotion gunning for the second-largest-in-Japan spot alongside Dragon Gate. Founded in 1997 by Sanshiro Takagi (a big Stone Cold Steve Austin fan), they have taken the western sports entertainment style to the next level with ridiculous matches and outrageous gimmicks, like violently gay wrestlers, promos done in PowerPoint before matches, championships specifically for dark matches, and blow-up dolls and ladders winning titles. Despite the goofiness, there is tons of talent there, with names like Kota Ibushi, HARASHIMA, and Kenny Omega having been regulars at one point or another. They have released ddtuniverse, which is like NJPW World. A streaming site for all your DDT needs. The other companies that work alongside DDT also have their stuff on there. CyberAgent owned DDT and NOAH have merged under one corporate umbrella CyberFight and they, like NJPW have a great streaming service over at https://www.ddtpro.com/universe

AJPW: Still rebuilding from the glory days of the 80s and 90s, when icons like Jumbo Tsuruta, Mitsuharu Misawa, Kenta Kobashi, Toshiaki Kawada, Stan Hansen, Genichiro Tenryu, and Akira Taue loomed large. They were nearly killed after Misawa formed Pro Wrestling NOAH, taking most of the roster with him, but after a decade and a half of turmoil, they are doing fairly well right now, thanks in no small part due to the efforts of Jun Akiyama. The 80s/90s classics are a must-watch for any new puro fan, and their current product ain't bad either. They also joined the streaming sensation sweeping Japan rig…
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WWE Smackdown+Main Event+205: Another "unrecongised title" angle in 2020, really?

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!BzcOsK03.w - Fri, 25 Sep 2020 17:12:29 EST 0CuYXf/X No.6449932
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>Watch WWE Smackdown with /wooo/ in /wooo/tube - http://taima.tv/r/wooo and /wooo/alt - http://taima.tv/r/woooalt at 8pm Eastern//1am London. Smackdown will be preceded by WWE Main Event, and followed by 205 Live. On tonight's show:
  • (Recognised) WWE Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy vs. (Unrecognised) WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn (non-title)
  • Alexa Bliss vs. Lacey Evans.
  • Will Otis hand over his Money In the Bank title shot to The Miz and John Morrison to avoid a lawsuit?
  • WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns gives an exclusive interview on his relationship with cousin Jey Uso
  • Clash of Champions is this Sunday
The go-home episode of Friday Night SmackDown for Clash Of Champions 2020 will go down tonight with the main focus on all the final hype for the weekend's PPV where all the Championships will be on the line. Announced for the show tonight, Roman Reigns will be seen in a very special interview talking about his family and cousins in the headliner segment, while the Intercontinental Champion will be in action against a man who believes he himself is the champion despite not having the belt.

Plus, the WWE's Goddess will compete in a match against Lacey Evans and high dramas around Money in the Bank briefcase should also unfold when WWE airs tonight's edition of SmackDown from the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.

This Sunday, Roman Reigns will face his first Universal Championship defense since winning the belt at Payback 2020 against his cousin, Jey Uso. Just two nights before The Bloodline goes to battle, the champion will have a sit down interview to share his side of the story on his relationship with Jey before the Title Match. The two Samoans have teamed up to secure a pair of wins over Sheamus & King Corbin in the last couple of weeks on SmackDown. But the possible rifts in the relationship were noticed during the Samoan Street Fight win as the two shared an icy staredown instead of a heartfelt celebration. So we can only imagine what only The Big Dog has to offer about one of his family members.

Before they go into a title match showdown with AJ Styles at WWE Clash of Champions, Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy and Sami Zayn will face off in a non-title match on SmackDown. Zayn has tried to be The Great Liberator which appeared to be nothing more than a trouble-maker gimmick for the champion. Before Hardy goes into the ladder match this Sunday, he seems focused on shutting up Zayn and this non-title match is the best way to do so.

Alexa Bliss will compete against Lacey Evans on SmackDown in an interesting matchup. Bliss shockingly hit the Sister Abigail finisher on The Sassy Southern Belle after Cross' win over the latter, last week. The Fiend continues to have some sort of hold over Bliss, sending her into a trance as observed, multiple times in the recent past. The question remains whether the former Women’s Champion is in a proper state to compete in a full-length match.

The Miz continues to play mind games with Otis over his possession on Money in the Bank 2020 briefcase. As if losing Mandy Rose to Raw, wasn't enough devastating for him, now he was directed to surrender the MITB contract to The Miz or else, he could be sued by the A-lister. Could the emerging superstar indeed be forced to get rid of this life-altering opportunity, for real? Or he'd find something to hold on to the hopes of becoming a world champion, someday. We'll find out when SmackDown comes up with its latest live edition from the ThunderDome.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 13:38:42 EST HWYsl/vq No.6450676 Reply
He defended the title against SANADA in Wrestle-1 and El Mesias in AAA before losing to Magnus in a unification match in his final match in Impact.

It sounds similar to what Hiroshi Tanahashi talked about comparing wrestling to fast food:

>"Here, I'm talking about wrestling that you can readily enjoy like fast-food. Type of wrestling where you throw in moves after moves, and make spots that will make the crowd on their feet as much as possible, so that the fans can enjoy them conveniently and efficiently.

>As a result, wrestlers and matches start to lack in their color or individuality. In the end, there will be more wrestlers with same moves resulting in same kind of matches. When you think of fast-food, it has its benefit for being simple, but in the long run, it has its downside as well.

>As opposed to the “McDonalization of wrestling”, I tried to make every move matter… and constructed matches in style that has “introduction, development, turn and conclusion”."
Netjester !AI.skYnEt - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 13:38:47 EST iLikEToleARn No.6450677 Reply
Orange is my home without downside guarantee, but I mean liger has such a shit about these kind of got tired of fucking, you get how impressive that AEW will be this worked by circlejerk, an interesting strategy game or even the U.S., they deserve.
Droz - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 13:41:40 EST 4zJo/ELj No.6450679 Reply
>Orange is my home without downside guarantee
Is that how they're saying "homie" these days?

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