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Friday, February 7, 2014

How One WWE Employee Feels About CM Punk

From this week's Figure Four Weekly Newsletter:

"Honestly, Punk is being a little bitch. I liked him so much before his run leading to and after that Money in the Bank in Chicago. He's a guy where you have to be really in his circle for him to I guess open up, which I understand, but being put in a feud with Kane and then with HHH at Mania is not a bad thing. Now I understand he feels this is his last Mania and he wants to main event and really, with the right storyline, that match could main event, but literally after the Tribute to the Troops incident he's just been difficult. There are so many there that want his spot, that want to say, 'I need a weekend off to go to UFC.' I really and fully believe he's a little jealous of the crowd reactions to Bryan and it's getting to him—He's just been such a dick lately. That interview with Ariel, he acted like he was the victim at the Troops taping when Michelle was just joking. Little bitch AJ took it to the wrong level. Do you really think AJ would have a 'pipe bomb' interview time or longest Diva champ BS if she wasn't dating Punk? Punk really doesn't want to be the face of the company. That's BS. I hate hearing that shit. He says he does but this isn't ROH or OVW. He would bitch so much if he had to do Michael & Kelly at 9 a.m., then fly to a different state (for Raw), do a Make-A-Wish at 1 p.m. and then RAW, then do SmackDown, then do something Wednesday to fly home Thursday to be on the road Friday or Saturday. No way he could handle that for four months. He may come back as soon as Monday or he may never come back, but if never comes back he better remember how many fans he's fucking over right now, the same way he believes the WWE is fucking him over. And I'm not defending Vince or HHH. Especially HHH, because people are seeing that HHH taking over isn't as cool as they thought it would be. Outlaws, Nash, X-Pac, Flair, HBK, Batista—yeah must be nice to be HHH friends."


Credit Bryan Alvarez

207 comments:

  1. Jesse Baker has ruined my ability to take anyone who says "bitch" seriously.

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  2. Shut up Zack Ryder, nobody cares.

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  3. "Little bitch AJ took it to the wrong level."

    I have always had the feeling that she wasnt well liked

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  4. "He would bitch so much if he had to do Michael & Kelly at 9 a.m., then fly to a different state (for Raw), do a Make-A-Wish at 1 p.m. and then RAW, then do SmackDown, then do something Wednesday to fly home Thursday to be on the road Friday or Saturday."

    *ding ding ding ding ding*

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  5. Exhibit A is to why Cena is the face of the company

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  6. This seems like a totally valid point. They made Punk a "made man", but never really went all-in with him as face of the company. This seems a very valid reason why he never actually got to be The Guy in Cena's spot

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  7. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:21 PM

    "He's a guy where you have to be really in his circle for him to I guess open up, which I understand, but being put in a feud with Kane and then with HHH at Mania is not a bad thing."


    THAT....is a good thing!


    *tilts head and =D*


    ....




    What am I saying, NO IT'S NOT.

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  8. Now that he's gone, can we maybe give it a bit of a fucking rest with referring to every promo/interview that anyone remotely connected to him does as a 'pipe bomb'. It's ridiculous two years after the end of that angle.

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  9. I want so badly for the source to turn out to be Hornswaggle. Just imagine him bitterly sitting in a corner, bitching to himself about how Punk is keeping him off the Mania card.

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  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXa0-SOr9Rc&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    A forgotten classic punk promo. His 2nd best one ever

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  11. Unfortunately, I agree. As fun as that promo was, it didn't really have any lasting effect, especially once they jobbed him to HHH and turned him into a fairly generic babyface, then an even more generic heel. The whole "raging against the machine" part kind of fell by the wayside as fast as it came

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  12. I watched half of the Orton/Christian match. It was technically sound but I just wasn't into it at all. I ended up watching an old Mortis/Glacier match from a random worldwide instead of sticking with it to the end.

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  13. "But I'm supposed to be Vince's son TOO! I should basically have HHH's spot."

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  14. Anyone up for watching an old ppv and doing some comments? In still making my way through the old SurSers and I'm about to crack into 98.

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  15. Whoever this wrestler is, his last sentence is exactly why Punk is walking out. This guy just doesn't see it.

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  16. This is better than the pipebomb promo imo

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  17. What was the tribute to the troops incident?

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  18. Apparently there was this wild promo on a Raw around Suevivor Aeries last year which was wild and had everyone joking "man, is Punk coked up here?" Would have loved to have seen it.

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  19. AJ went nuts on Michelle Beadle backstage after a comment she made (stating she was jokingly referring to Punk as "fuckface," something she has said in the past) and the company was irate at her and Punk was pissed about the company getting upset at his girlfriend.

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  20. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:36 PM

    Didn't I say last week that Punk was being a little bitch? I win the blog again :)

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  21. You know what pisses me off about this promo? Big Johnny and HHH being out there. CM PUNK AND CENA can do this by themselves.

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  22. I get the sense the person who wrote this is most likely a nobody...

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  23. He is entitled. That much is clear.

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  24. Here's a question: Is this another wrestler, or some off-camera person?

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  25. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:38 PM

    By the way Brian, loved the Luger timeline. As usual your doing the best work on the site.

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  26. Jealous of Bryan? I thought one of the reasons he left was because Bryan wasn't getting the huge push?

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  27. Thank you, much appreciated.

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  28. All these matches tonight were basically ultra competitive squash matches--which isn't a bad thing. You knew who was going over in every match, but whoever took the fall looked good. You build up people, and don't have to have fifty fifty booking. Solid show.

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  29. the same way he believes the WWE is fucking him over.


    I'm turning into a broken record but it bears repeating. If this happened 15 years ago we wouldn't bat an eye. This is just a byproduct of there being one show in town. Wrestler A doesn't like his spot on the card and he leaves, the end. Now Wrestler A doesn't like his spot on the card then he......I got nothing

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  30. Nah, I can see it. He is now the #3 or #4 babyface on the totem pole and wants out.

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  31. I agree. They don't add anything. HHH only has a very brief interaction with punk, no reason to really keep them around here

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  32. Or some nerd trying to get hits?

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  33. oh wait, this isn't the new york yankees promo. that one was good.

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  34. Maybe one of Cena's buddies? He isnt in with Punk nor does he like HHH.

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  35. I've never seen you and Caliber at the same place at the same time. Just throwing that out there.

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  36. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:41 PM

    Oh we're tight. He's my Batista.

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  37. No reason other than "HHH". One thing that always annoyed me is that we never got a proper Cena/CM Punk feud. Those two, by themselves, could draw people into a show. Their personalities, their talent, their characters are such dynamic opposites it would be fantastic. A Rock/Austin light if you will.

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  38. You know my opinion on this but this guy absolutely sounds like either a jobber or someone who works behind the scenes. He definitely comes off like he's got a bone to pick.

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  39. I think I know which you're talking about, and I pretty much agree that it was better than the pipebomb promo. The contract negotiation with Vince when Cena came out? I think the stuff on that Raw gets overshadowed despite being better promo work because it wasn't as much of a 'holy shit' moment.

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  40. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if Punk left and went to TNA just to spite HHH. A lot of what Punk hated about TNA when he was there is gone now so who knows? This summer could be very interesting..

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  41. Shane McMahon is the guy who said all this....

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  42. Curt Hawkins?

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  43. Huh? they fought like a dozen times in the past 3 years.

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  44. yeah that's the one I was thinking about. One of my favorite lines in the past 10 years from that promo:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIHArTALBdA

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  45. Howard Finkel perhaps....

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  46. That would be laughable to HHH and his boys...

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  47. But not built up like a true they dislike each other and both are 1 and 1A fighting to see who is the best. This time was the closest it came, but then it got F'd up

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  48. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:46 PM

    Scott Casey still works for the company? Good to know.

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  49. While it's wishful thinking perhaps, Punk won't move TNA's needle--nothing moves their needle.

    So if he can't actually spite the WWE but wants to work occasionally there is one promotion he left on really good terms...AJ Styles doesn't even want to be in TNA, why would Punk?

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  50. I fucking LOVE that Yankees line

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  51. WOO WOO WOO


    YOU KNOW IT

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  52. And I'm guessing no one wrote it for him

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  53. While it's an interesting look at how CM is perceived by others in the company, this reads totally like someone who has been mad at the dude for months and is taking it out through E-mailing Alverez rather than talking to Punk about it.

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  54. Yep, like if Lebron James would sign with the D-League just to "spite" the Miami Heat. "That will show'em!!"

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  55. Im a Yankees fan and I loved it too. I also loved Cena's reaction...

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  56. Stranger in the AlpsFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:48 PM

    When one dude calls another dude "bitch", I can't help but picture a couple of Eminem-looking guys outside a club waiting for the other to throw the first punch.

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  57. Knowing Punk's attitude, he's probably laughing his ass of reading this while he counts the millions of dollars this dude DIDN'T make

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  58. Warrior- quit cause he wasn't getting Hogan money
    Hogan- quit/fired cause he didn't want to job to Bret
    Bret- quit/retired cause he was pissed about Shawn getting the top spot
    Shawn- threatened to quit over (your favorite Shawn quitting moment here)
    Austin- quit over doing a tv job with no build
    Goldberg- quit over the direction of tv, or so he says.
    Brock- quit over the schedule

    That's just the main eventers. If I named midcard guys this list would never end. Point is people used to quit all the time. Not a big deal

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  59. People are listing possible jobbers to have written the letter.

    I posed another option

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  60. I wonder how much stuff like Brock, Rock and now Punk leaving abruptly have dug Vince in on never deviating from Cena being the wwe avatar? Is he just so hesitant to switch from a guy who has proven to be loyal bc he doesn't want to get burned or if he legitimately thinks Cena is still the top draw.

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  61. Stranger in the AlpsFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:51 PM

    Khali didn't write this, that's for sure.

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  62. Yeah I know, I was getting at something else.

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  63. One thing to mention is how Punk's contract expires in July and he hasn't made any efforts to re-sign yet wants a bigger role in the company. Why would the WWE cater to that demand?

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  64. THAT'S the promo I point to in showcasing how much potential was lost when they neutered Punk.

    He didn't have to break the fourth wall--he just had to keep cutting promos like that. who knows where he could have gone.

    But you know, having Nash text himself was cool too right?!

    Right?

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  65. I dont think Hogan was ever asked to job to Bret....

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  66. I'm sure Bret asked him.

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  67. Oh, and Goldberg didnt quit, his contract was up...

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  68. Punk apparently is not returning calls or texts from guys either so no one can get in touch with him and as a result, it seems like less people are sticking up for him.

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  69. They don't have to give in, but Punk doesn't have to either.

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  70. And I'd bet this guy COULDN'T make that kind of money either. Not even in ATM Eric's glory days.

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  71. He's MYSTERIOUS~!

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  72. Get this letter to CrankyVince, stat.

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  73. That might be better than the pipebomb. Cenas rile gets lost in that promo. He's really really good when he's playing the white bread babyface

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  74. That's the thing, Punk "played' the *one* person that could get under Cena's skin....and it made Cena more interesting because it came across as real. Then Nash got a text and down the crapper it went.

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  75. Technically, it was up but you get what I mean. He told a story about seeing Rosey with a S.H.I.T. shirt on and said he'd had enough

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  76. And the bitches he didn't get to bang.

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  77. True, but he wants them to give in to him. They are the employer and that is not how it works in the real world.

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  78. "With a tear in my eye brother, I told Bret Im quitting if I have to job to Yokozuna at King of the Ring instead of the Best There Is, The Best There was...."

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  79. trying to type CM Punk's name he got xdcfv olp olpyhujkibhnjmjimokl

    Khali's sausage fingers make typing impossible.

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  80. Styles wants to be in TNA they just don't want to pay him what he wants. TNA's ratings have been improving over the past couple months. Slowly, but they are improving.

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  81. Pin me. Pay me

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  82. Vince has given in to demands before.

    In the real world is all about how you play your hand. Vince gave in to Punk before cause he needed a main event. Does Vince really need Punk now? We don't know that for sure but my guess is no

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  83. Phil Mysterio?

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  84. Goldberg was always in it just for the money but I think he didnt resign because of HHH....

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  85. Stranger in the AlpsFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:55 PM

    I meant that the Hindi word for "bitch" is कुतिया

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  86. He doesnt and he seemingly wants to walk away in July anyway.

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  87. You're getting close to Elvy-land's border here...

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  88. I'm going off his word. He said he decided not to resign when he saw Rosey's shirt, so I'm going to take that at face value.

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  89. Possibility: Vince uses Punk as his avatar against Triple H.

    Anything's possible in WWE as long as Cena winds up champion.

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  90. Dude...If you think Punk will make TNA a viable alternative.

    You're delusional. My pet promotion is cult sized. I know it will always be cult sized, and that's OK

    TNA would do better to stop worrying about Sticking it to "Vince"

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  91. By all accounts Punk doesn't need the money, so the question is how much does Vince value Punk. If he thinks he needs him then you bet concessions will be made. 20 year contract comes to mind.

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  92. This is where I think Punk did himself wrong....

    ...He has had it known that he was gone in July, so why would this billion dollar company build a main event run around him if he is a goner?

    ...the more that comes out, the dumber Punk looks in my opinion...

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  93. This one you may have me on. It's been rumored so long that I've taken it as fact. You may retract that one if you want

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  94. Scream09_HartKillerFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:58 PM

    Yeah, I mean listen to various shoot interviews and you get a picture of how it worked back then - if they wanted someone to do a job or drop a belt it had to be brought up delicately, or Vince had to make some promise to get them to do it, or pay them more, and if they refused to do it they just left. A wrestler being unhappy with how he's used really isn't anything new we just haven't seen someone with the balls to leave in a long time.

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  95. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:58 PM

    S.H.I.T. shirt? What's that about?

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  96. I legit laughed at this two separate times already

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  97. Rosey was doing some superhero gimmick with Hurricane

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  98. Super Hero In Training

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  99. Exactly. Either Punk is a shitty businessman or just pulled a hissy fit and walked away.

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  100. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 8:59 PM

    OK, and that pissed off Goldberg why?

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  101. - Signed Dolph Ziggler.

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  102. Punk is not a Hulk Hogan or Bret Hart that Vince thinks he needs around to represent the company long after he retires from being an active wrestler....

    ...unlike a Cena or a Hart, Punk has a big mouth and goes into business for himself, he isnt a guy you want to build around or get locked into a big contract with....

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  103. Fuck man that's RUSSO BAD.

    Never go Russo Bad!

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  104. Rosey: Super Hero In Training, under Hurricane.


    Or, as my friend still calls them, Hamburglar and Grimace.

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  105. If they announced Punk showing up a week in advance, they might be able to pull a 1.5 rating for that show.

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  106. Your_Favourite_LoserFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:00 PM

    farva works for wwe?!

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  107. It was stupid. As Kyle puts it below, Russo-level Stupid. And Goldberg put up with plenty of that shit in WCW.

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  108. I hope it comes out that he needed to heal up, because otherwise it looks bad for Punk...

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  109. Bret did both of those things.

    He so much wouldn't job the screwjob happened.

    This is all very Bret like actually

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  110. Scream09_HartKillerFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:02 PM

    Was the reveal that Nash acted on his own and nobody sent him a text? Or he actually sent one to himself?

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  111. It seems that going by shoot interviews, Goldberg is actually a soft-spoken, wholesome guy who genuinely likes entertaining children. I think he got turned off by all of it by the end of WCW, and shortly after he signed his WWE contract he realised he had made a big mistake.

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  112. Your_Favourite_LoserFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:02 PM

    signed, epstein's mother

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  113. He has talked enough junk about HHH, I doubt that shirt was the reason....

    .

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  114. Maybe.

    For one show.

    but If TNA can sustain a rating like that for a year, I'll eat my hat

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  115. This is completely my opinion and I have no evidence to back up what I'm about to type:

    I think Bret quit in a hissy fit and waited for Shawn to flop. Once Shawn flopped, Bret used that to hold Vince over a barrel and get what he wanted. Punk is in position now to hold out but the WWE situation isn't what is was back in 96. This all depends on how Vince views things. If he sees Punk in being that valuable, he will be brought back.

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  116. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:03 PM

    No more or less stupid then anything else from that time, or really any time.

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  117. It wasn't stupid, just goofy. It wasn't anything more than a fun little gimmick for a midcarder.

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  118. He comes off to me as a guy with a bad temper(see the broken window thing) who didnt give a shit about the wrestling business and was only in it for a buck.....

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  119. The reveal was that he stole HHH's phone, and texted himself.

    Yes I'm being serious

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  120. We need Scotsman on the case again to hack into the guy's email and find out his real identity then Alvarez would backtrack and tell us that the email was a hoax.

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  121. Your_Favourite_LoserFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:04 PM

    "Punk was pissed about the company getting upset at his hole-of-the-day"


    ftfy

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  122. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:04 PM

    OK, that makes sense. I've heard he's kind of like Bret, in that he's not a fan of a non-PG product.

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  123. Shit, three months of that would impress me.

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  124. I doubt it was the only reason, but Goldberg doesn't have much to gain by lying. What reason does he have to work anyone about this?

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  125. Wait, Jesse Baker gets a gig at WWE and I can't?

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  126. Your_Favourite_LoserFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:05 PM

    'Alvarez would backtrack and tell us that the email was a hoax."

    he would get the internet police to backtrace it, and the consequences would never be the same

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  127. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:05 PM

    I thought the broken window thing was a botch. He wasn't angry, he just a bit to carried away with trying to make it look real. Or some fucking idiot forgot to gimmick the glass, which wouldn't surprise me.

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  128. Well WCW was the first place he made real money and at one point was the centrepiece of the entire promotion. It's the thing he's most known for, but it doesn't mean it's his passion. He probably loved the shit out of football and he's into bikes and muscle cars and the like.

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  129. Bret threw a hissy fit and quit. You know what he got out of it? A 20 year contract.

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  130. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:07 PM

    See, that's what I don't get. It would be like Punk quitting over something that has to do with 3MB or some shit.

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  131. Nash said this was the case. He dropped the pipe for Goldberg to use but Goldberg wanted to break it with his fist

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  132. I meant to say for that show.


    They would be done to 1.0 after several weeks

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  133. He said it was the last straw. I'm sure he had a lot other stuff bother him too

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  134. I never thought I would see the day a Welcome Back Kotter reference graced this blog. You are my hero

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  135. It seems bizzare to me too, but think of it maybe as a breaking point.

    Say he's already miserable, then he turns his tv on and see's something that lame and just says "You know what? Fuck it"

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  136. Your_Favourite_LoserFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:08 PM

    quit downvoting me, mr kotter

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  137. Yeah, so he wouldnt go to WCW.


    There is no WCW now

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  138. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:09 PM

    This makes those CZW scrubs (by "scrubs" I'm not referring to Adam Cole, AR Fox, etc..., but the yardies) look even dumber, BTW.

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  139. Well, this, is, something.

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  140. You did say for that show. I was saying I can agree on that.

    Just voicing that it would never hold, which you didn't say one way or the other

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  141. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:09 PM

    'Ello guvnor.

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  142. Just breaking some NEWZ before the weekend

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  143. Oh.


    Yeah, TNA is never, ever going to climb in the ratings.

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  144. I'm sure it was more indicative of what a joke the company was at the time.

    Most of the time he was in WCW it was just absolutely dreadful, but at least he was making an unbelievable amount of money for it. He probably considered working for the other big company that he had never been to to see if it would change his opinion on wrestling.

    Unfortunately, that year was among the worst ever. Besides, he only had to put up with it for a year and he probably didn't need the money anyway, so leaving was the best option for him.

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  145. I hope the guy is okay. Most people I knew of who withdrew so completely from everyone ended up having major cases of depression or other issues, a couple even attempting suicide. Regardless of his attitude problems, I'm hoping we don't end up reading some article about the guy in memoriam in a year or two.

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  146. That plus Shawn wasn't working on top. So, again the question is how many guys does Vince trust in the upper card? Cena isn't a question mark but what about everyone else? He doesn't have the bargaining chips Bret had but it's not like he's holding a terrible hand.

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  147. Uh, where the hell did this come from?


    We've gone from "Punk's sick of it all" to "Punk suffers from depression and wants to kill himself".

    The BOD, ladies and germs.

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  148. Your_Favourite_LoserFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:13 PM

    really???

    whenever i've done it, when i emerge again people are just like "you were gone? i thought you were just in the bathroom or something"

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  149. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:13 PM

    Just seems like such a minor thing, like something I probably wouldn't even notice, and if I did I wouldn't care enough to even have an opinion.


    For the record, though, that is like 0.9 Russo stupid, I'm not denying that. But your Goldberg, fuck you care what's Rosie is doing. I forget, who was Rosie? Did he eventually become Umaga (sad face), or is he now one of the Usos or something? I know he's Samoan.

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  150. He was Umaga/Jamal's tag partner in 3 Minute Warning.

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  151. Anything can happen here.

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  152. http://theologygaming.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/spongebob-squarepants-imagination.png

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  153. How's life,again?

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  154. And what a piece of news this is.

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  155. "because people are seeing that HHH taking over isn't as cool as they thought it would be."

    Punk stuff aside, did I miss something here? Who the hell thought Triple H taking over was going to be cool?? Was that a thing? I thought we all dreaded him taking over because of exactly what has happened, i.e. the NewAge Fucking Outlaws as tag champs in 2014 and his buddies pushed the moon.

    WWE needs to put the belt on Bryan at the PPV and get their shit together before the Network launches.

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  156. CM Phone-Block

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  157. Your_Favourite_LoserFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:17 PM

    i like that time they climbed into his apartment through the window and freaked julie out

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  158. Stranger in the AlpsFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:17 PM

    It's already in English, but I can translate this a little further:


    Punk is a bitch for walking out because he wasn't going to get his Wrestlemania spotlight. AJ is a bitch for acting like a bitch at Tribute to the Troops. Punk doesn't have the PR work ethic of that bitch, John Cena. If you're Triple H's bitch, you're guaranteed a job.


    The author of this was that bitch, Darren Young.

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  159. Just breaking the newz from the sheets for the people.


    People Power!

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  160. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:17 PM

    He's also a serious wine connoisseur, I shit you not. Fun fact: Maynard James Keenan (Tool, A Perfect Circle, Puscifier, etc...) is so into wine that he owns a vineyard, and his wines constantly win awards.

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  161. You are looking at it from your pov and not his.



    Think about how it is on the blog sometimes. Someone posts something that seems inconsequential and the next thing you know it starts a flame war. The pg thing was seemingly important to Goldberg and not WWE at the time which is why it was probably best that he did leave.

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  162. Up vote for that and the avatar.

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  163. I like replacing bitch with the N word, personally.

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  164. LOL! CM Punk is not going to TNA. That company is dead. No one with a viable alternative or money would do that.


    Punk going to TNA would be the equivalent of career suicide. The guy is fed up with the WWE bullshit, why in the world would he put up with the bullshit from a minor league company?

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  165. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:18 PM

    Same as usual. Cold. One I learn Portuguese I'm taking you up on you offer of switching places.

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  166. Stranger in the AlpsFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:19 PM

    Narcoleptic?

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  167. His delivery of the whole "And you will APOLOGIZE! TO ME! FOR THEM!" was fantastic.

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  168. Science, bitch!

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  169. Well,someone is downvoting all my posts and a had argument with Mr.Satan because of his racists slurs .

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  170. Ignoring them is the best strategy.

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  171. I had no idea Goldberg was into wine. That's nearly as odd as Steve Austin's affinity for antiques.

    I had heard about the Maynard thing. The coolest thing a rockstar has done out of music, though, is Bruce Dickinson's flight of legitimate aircraft.

    Money is a great thing.

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  172. Yep,but racial thing got me off.

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  173. Victor Rodriguez JrFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:21 PM

    A good number of people on this blog did

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  174. Whoever wrote this is clearly settling into their new gimmick as Jesse Pinkman quite nicely...



    bitch.

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  175. Was it in this post?

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  176. Welcome to the BoD!

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  177. Smackdown thread,but I admit I was a jerk too.So we both acted like 7 year olds.

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  178. Thanks, been here a while but only as a lurker.

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  179. Ohhhh boy, the backstage area must be chaos trying to figure out whoever wrote this.

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  180. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:24 PM

    What Abeyance said. There's a lot of people that have constant downvoters. Don't give them the satisfaction of even acknowledging their existence. And I don't think Satan is racist, it's just his brand of humor.

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  181. Well, it's nice to know if he ever stops making shitty music (seriously, please get him to stop) he has that to fall back on.

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  182. Thanks, the Smackdown threads are the only ones I don't actively take part in so I'll have to check them out.

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  183. But it was something that got me off,somethings you can play,get it?I just wanna have fun in the Bod.

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  184. Its probably painfully obvious to anyone who actually works backstage. The person is obviously not high up on the card, not friends with HHH or Punk and says the word bitch enough to be on Breaking Bad.

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  185. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 7, 2014 at 9:26 PM

    Are you fucking nuts? OK, APC kind of sucks (Mer De Noms was OK, but Tool is the best band in about the last 30 years, and it's not even close.

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  186. LOL! Ouch! I sure hope the bitch that wrote this has insurance! LOL!

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  187. That backstage beat down was a big 50/50 beat down if I've ever seen one.

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  188. What are these losses that DB suffered to Orton that Randy keeps talking about? Other than the Hell In A Cell match where Shawn turned, I don't remember any time that Bryan got pinned by Orton.

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  189. And they couldn't be bothered to keep the best part in, Titus's delivery, "Renee get yo face back in here." was hilarious.


    But its not like either guy is going anywhere, so I'm not sure why they bother.

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  190. It's typical heel hyperbole.

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  191. Or maybe creative forgot they've never had Orton actually beat Bryan, which isn't outside the realm of possibility.

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  192. Am I crazy or has every Randy Orton/Christian match ended with that exact same sequence?

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  193. Yes. Some will call it "continuity" but I'm leaning more toward creative bankruptcy.

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