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Goodbye to 39…

Depending on your time zone I might already be 40 by the time you read this, so BOO for that.

Anyway, I’m trying to put together a fund to buy a Wii U for my birthday, so if you’d like to donate I have a button below.  Not exactly world-changing, I know, but DAMMIT I want to play Mario Kart 8 and Super Mario 3D World. 

Back to the blog!

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  1. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryAugust 29, 2014 at 9:09 PM

    Just like Hulk Hogan in WCW, you're just hitting your prime >_>

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  2. Nothing says 40 like a Wii U and Mario Kart! And I mean that with a ton of affection.


    Happy Birthday, Leader of the Blogosphere.

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  3. Happy birthday! 40 is the new 39.

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  4. Virgil's Gimmick TableAugust 29, 2014 at 9:24 PM

    Happy birthday Scott. Thanks for the rants. You've helped me discover a lot of cool matches that I probably would have been too lazy to look for on my own.

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  5. Well I was going to donate to a fund to cure childhood cancer....

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  6. I remember reading your rants when you were in your early 20s

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  7. COME AT SCOTT! HE'S A MAN! HE'S 40!!

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  8. Victory Road 2011? Me too.

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  9. It was good, I wouldn't call it great. It was his best match in TNA.

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  10. i liked the one with jeff hardy a couple years back

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  11. Victory Road, a five star classic.

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  12. Bret should have retired after the Owen tribute.


    He really didn't need to be associated with all that Russo shit.

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  13. It was so much fun to boo him.

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  14. Montreal really broke is wrestling spirit. Owen's death was the nail in the coffin.

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  15. Stranger in the AlpsAugust 29, 2014 at 9:37 PM

    Adios, muchachos. I got me a lady and everything.


    *dims the lights, turns on the boom-chick-a-wow-wow music, turns the computer off*

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  16. It would've been worse if they actually wrestled a match. Yes, even if Hardy was sober.

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  17. Night Strange.

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  18. I agree. Or at least, after Montreal he stopped really caring and WCW was the last place for a guy like that.

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  19. WCW WAS the place for people who stopped caring.

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  20. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryAugust 29, 2014 at 9:38 PM

    DOIN IT AND DOIN IT AND DOIN IT WELL

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  21. Hogan can't even job in a monster truck match.

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  22. Happy Birthday!

    Wow, that makes me feel old... I started reading your stuff when you were in your mid-20s

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  23. No way I would allow myself to lose the VERY FIRST monster truck match if I'm in Hogan's position either. You take that W, brother.

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  24. MikeyMike, WitnessAugust 29, 2014 at 9:39 PM

    DDP on Nitro?

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  25. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryAugust 29, 2014 at 9:39 PM

    I forgot Manny was in tow, I saw like six squad-car SUVs come up the street towards AT&T this afternoon and was like WHAT THE FUCK?

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  26. Then he commits a little manslaugter.


    Best WCW show ever.

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  27. I hated Sting in TNA. He clogged up the main event spots and constantly had shitty matches.

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  28. Yep, since day one.

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  29. Tell that to Booker T, Norman Smiley and Mike Sanders.

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  30. Yeah, and it was honestly his only great match since.......1995-96?

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  31. Happy Birthday to my favorite author.

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  32. Best of luck in your donation effort. You deserve it.

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  33. Happy birthday. Good luck with getting the Wii U.

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  34. Happy Bday

    A donation has been made in your name to the "Human fund."

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  35. you should give him the link to that bc as a canadian and a non sports fan im sure that flew over his head, but bravo!

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  36. You sir, win 1000 internets

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  37. Happy Birthday, Scott! Welcome to middle-agedom. Sometimes it's fine, sometimes it sucks. Kinda like WCW circa 1991 ;)

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  38. Happy birthday Scott! Do a birthday rant!
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    I SAID DO IT!

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  39. I legit had no idea you were 40. Especially with a kid. That's a huge compliment by the way.

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  40. THAT AIN'T TRUE!

    As someone who lives 50 miles from Stillwater and Mike Gundy, I just have to say he's awesome.

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  41. I am rapidly running out of patience with the Network for not adding classic NWA/JCP shows yet. World Championship Wrestling on TBS and Worldwide were staples on the 24/7 service so there is no reason for them not to be added.

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  42. And you sir, are welcomed to the BoD!

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  43. You're only 2 years younger than the Great Khali.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY

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  44. Happy Birthday Scott!

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  45. Happy birthday Scott...I'll be joining you in the big 40 club in 4 years myself. Have a good one, bro

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  46. Happy Birthday Scott!

    And thank you for all the great hilarious writing you've given us over the years.

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  47. Penblwydd hapus!

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  48. I have no gifts to give, except this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrCxO7vamaI

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  49. ABeyAnce1 should spend 1$ (Canadian) for every post he made.

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  50. Have a good one Scott. You're very lucky to have a family that's cool with you playing video games at 40. I'm nearly 30 and have to contend with my girl's threats to smash my PS4 every day

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  51. Happy Birthday Scott! Maybe if you started a kickstarter for money for ingredients to make potato salad then you could own half of Nintendo.

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  52. happy birthday scott. I don't usually post that often but I do read the site. Thanks for all the years reviewing wrestling.

    I love my wii u. I don't have mario 3d world but I got windwaker and mario bros. I can't wait till Smash bros comes out soon.

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  53. I will dump boiling hot water over my head then challenge you all to donate $100 within 24 hours.

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  54. im from nj, nowhere near stillwater ok but I love Mike Gundy and it all started with this epic rant. I remember it well my sr yr of college at wvu rolling on the floor laughing my ass off!

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  55. hey doesnt google pay you for us ratting around on your addicting website :). That could theoretically help you achieve your goal of wii u?

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  56. Mister_E_BarrettsLastPrivateerAugust 30, 2014 at 8:39 AM

    I have been following you since you were a young man. And now you are not that.


    Happy Birthday.

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  57. Now I want to know how much he's bringing in from Google alone.

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  58. :slow clap:
    I wish I had that kind of money.

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  59. Happy Birthday Scott!

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  60. Well, don't hurt yourself now.

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  61. And welcome to the BoD as well.

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  62. Happy Birthday... and holy shit Mario Kart is up to 8?!?!?!

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  63. If you gotta beg you probably don't need it. That said happy bday

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  64. You're missing out

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  65. http://youtu.be/Y6C7QgSUW7g

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  66. I don't typically remember or care about the pseudo-inspirational BS posts I see on facebook, but i saw one this morning that is appropriate:

    Do not regret getting older, as it is a privilege denied to many.

    Happy birthday.

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  67. inb4 you sent 50 cents

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  68. When you get a Wii U, buy Shovel Knight and Duck Tales.

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  69. Terry Taylor was a good worker who didn't have the charisma to reach the main event level. He was a reliable midcard face/heel but he was someone who should have never went to the WWF. He had neither the size, the charisma, nor the persona to make a real impact there. Some people were just ill-fitted for some territories.

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