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Have WWE and CM Punk Reached an Agreement?

WWE has started putting CM Punk merchandise back on sale at WWEShop, which might indicate that Punk and WWE have reached an agreement over the sale of his merchandise. His items had previously been pulled from the website over the summer.

Credit 411mania.com

Former NFL Player Starts Training at the WWE Performance Center

Sabotino "Sabby" Piscitelli began training at the center yesterday. During his palying career, Piscitelli had played for Cleveland, Kansas City and Tampa bay. Meanwhile, indy wrestler Uhaa Nation reportedly got a great reaction during his tryout last week.

Credit PWInsider

Smackdown Rating

This past Friday's Smackdown was watched by 2.28 million people, and received a 0.6 in the 18-49 demographic, which is down 15% from the previous weeks' episode. The household rating was 1.67.

Survivor Series Match Confirmed

In case you missed it last night on RAW, the main event for Survivor Series is set. A team led by John Cena will face a team put together by The Authority in a traditional Survivor Series elimination match.

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  1. https://vine.co/v/OMOujg7pz12


    So clumsy.

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  2. What has two thumbs, black Xs on the back of it's hands, doesn't drink, smoke or do drugs and is the reason why the WWE uses names like Hideo Itami, Finn Balor, etc.?

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  3. Colt McCoy is the PERFECT "Aw, Shucks" QB.

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  4. Man, I could go the rest of my life without ever watching a "people in charge don't want this wrestler to be champion" angle ever again.

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  5. That's really weird to read that about Piscitelli. He wasn't that big of a success in football but his name has always stuck with me and occasionally pops into my head even though I don't have any actual memories of the guy, nor can I picture what he looks like or tell you what position he played or for whom.

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  6. Is there any way the main event at Survivor Series is good?


    It's probably going to be Cena, Ambrose, Orton, and Ziggler vs. Rollins, Kane, Noble, and Mercury.


    That'll put butts into seats.

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  7. Jesus drank wine homie

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  8. the only way to salvage Wrestlemania is backing the Brinks truck up to CM Punk's crib.

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  9. That is a bit extreme.

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  10. I could go the rest of my life without ever watching a "people in charge don't want this wrestler to be champion and yet keep giving him title shots for some reason" angle ever again.

    Also acceptable: "people in charge want this guy to be champion, will break the rules and laws of the company with reckless abandon and never face any consequences for it, but will not simply strip the current champion and award the belt to their preferred guy."

    Can anyone guess what bugs me the most about the Authority as it currently exists?

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  11. I don't see Ambrose on the face side. Orton would fill the 1992 Mr. Perfect "can they trust him"? role. Maybe they bring Big Show out so Mark Henry can split wigs again?

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  12. *Cue "OMG CM PUNK IS RETURNING" rumors.

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  13. Insane "CM Punk returning" rumours is now the wrestling equivilant of "Half Life 3 confirmed!"

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  14. He IS RETURNING...........TO THE WWE SHOPZONE! Buy now!

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  15. OPEN MY EYES,
    What do you see?


    25% off allllllllllllllll hoodies!

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  16. Tenay: What's CM Punk doing back at SHOPZONE!?

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  17. It used to be Duke Nukem Forever.

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  18. Survivor teams:
    Rollins, Kane, Bray Wyatt, Cesaro v Ambrose, Cena, Ziggler and Orton.
    Sole Survivor: Rollins after Heyman intereferes.

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  19. Whose side is he on?

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  20. Can we just put a kibosh on the authority figure character in general? Or at the very least, do it like Jack Tunney, where he only appears every few months to make a big, sweeping decision on a major main event?

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  21. Or Chinese Democracy!

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  22. Taz: Making more money than us, Mike, that's for sure!

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  23. WWE has always been bigger than one wrestler no matter how big he is. I remember thinking "what would the WWE be like without Bret and Shawn?" Along came Austin. Thought without Punk Mania 30 would be terrible but we had Daniel Bryan. Couldn't have imagined the WWE without Savage/Warrior/Hogan but love Bret and Shawn. The production might not always be great but there is always at least one guy who gives you a reason to watch.

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  24. I doubt that paying Millions for Punk to wrestle a few more matches, only for him to flake out and quit again the moment the booking isn't 100% to his satisfaction, is a good business strategy.

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  25. Chinese Democracy is already six years old. Crazy. We're due another GNR any day now!

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  26. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:01 AM

    I think there is a place in wrestling for wacky backwoods characters who speak "Latin" and use spooky holograms to distract their enemies. I'm not so sure that said place is in the middle of what was supposed to be the much-awaited showdown between two blood rivals.

    So there's that.

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  27. He will return on his terms and not when anyone tells him too because he is an edgy rebel who doesn't play by the rules!

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  28. I don't believe it exists.

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  29. You seem to have missed my point. I was agreeing with you and saying that in fact you were understating how extreme it was.

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  30. Rocket bustah, Mike!

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  31. Not even his own.

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  32. That's sort of the problem they're in right now, though. Many - myself included - what the hell WWE was going to do without Orton or especially Cena. And it seemed like Punk and Bryan were on the cusp of being those replacements, much like Bret and Shawn replaced Hogan and Warrior or Rock/Austin replaced Bret/Shawn or Cena/Orton replaced Rock/Austin.


    (That's all very arguable on who replaced whom, of course.)


    Now, Punk's gone and it's questionable whether Bryan will be able to return at all. Or even if they WANTED him in that main event role in the first place. The guy they wanted to push to the moon is now out with a long-term injury and it's been argued that they're not as keen on Ambrose as the fanbase is.

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  33. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:03 AM

    CM Punk: Better Than Jesus?

    I'd buy that shirt.

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  34. That's right he will even rebel against himself. DAMN THE MAN!

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  35. I think that some people are missing the point that we are SUPPOSED to be pissed off at Wyatt for interfering in the match. Ambrose was about to finally get his total revenge, then Wyatt ruined it and took it away from him. Now Ambrose wants payback at Wyatt.



    Booking 101, people. Not the end of the world.

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  36. Same here... I bet if Straight Edge Savior Punk had been around in the attitude era he would have claimed that.

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  37. Making people legit angry is not a really good booking

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  38. I don't think the annoyance is so much that, as it is HOW they went about doing it.

    Booking 101 on a Nyquil blender.

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  39. Sorry, force of habit. (Delayed upvote to make up for it)

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  40. Sure, we're pissed by the interference, but it's for the wrong reasons. We WANTED a match that finally gave a solid, satisfying ending to Ambrose/Rollins. Not even a clean finish, but at least a definitive one. We didn't get that.


    It was also the manner in which we got the ending, which was so unbelievably stupid that I can't believe anyone would defend it.

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  41. I'm more concerned that Ambrose's brand of wacky craziness comedy won't work that well with the Wyatts.

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  42. Pretty sure that people were legit angry at the freebirds and the Honky Tonk man in the 80's.

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  43. I didn't watch raw last night, too scary for me. I'll wait until it's safe after Halloween.

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  44. It COULD, if booked correctly.

    So yeah, no confidence.

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  45. AverageJoeEverymanOctober 28, 2014 at 8:06 AM

    he fucked more bitches too

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  46. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:07 AM

    Freebirds used hair cream. HTM used a guitar.

    Bray used a hologram.

    Progress?

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  47. spoiler: it wasn't a real ghost. No for realz, it wasn't a real ghost.



    Why are people acting like the "ghost" attacked Ambrose, or he got a heart attack out of fear of the "ghost"? It was a distraction, and Wyatt attacked him. Nothing more.

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  48. Smoke billowing out of the center of the ring to reveal a hologram while Latin is being chanted... and then a guy that has NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING THAT IS HAPPENING shows up to body slam a guy...


    ... is not booking 101, you tard.

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  49. I definitely want to see Ambrose no-sell a teleport. Or teleport with them.

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  50. It was super spooky!

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  51. 85% of WWE matches end by distractions or DQ. Why did a HELL IN A CELL match, a match designed to prevent this, have to have one? And not just interference or distraction, BUT A HOLOGRAM!

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  52. *sigh*.... I give up.

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  53. As someone who spent most of yesterday defending it:

    Because it was really fucking stupid.

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  54. Quit and come back as the ghost of Vince Jordan. Its the kind of swerve that would make Vince and Steph proud to have you as a fan!

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  55. Booking 101 required a little bit more of an explanation from Wyatt on Raw, I'd say.

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  56. Just curious, did Vince Jordan defend the ending to the Bray/Cena cage match from Extreme Rules? It was essentially the same finish but with a singing choir kid with a demented voice that we never heard from again minus on RAW episode.

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  57. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:10 AM

    Also, people keep bringing up Kane's debut as justification, but remember that even without the goofy back story you still had a huge dude in a mask RIPPING THE DOOR OFF THE CAGE and then kicking the ass of the most dominant wrestling on the roster. That works on a visceral level no matter how you feel about the narrative (Undertaker's fire-scarred half-brother returns for revenge!) being presented. Bray using a hologram doesn't really work on the same wavelength and just makes everyone involved look silly.

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  58. Think about it. I could be about to make my greatest point ever, and just as I'm about to hit "post" the ghost of VJ floats into the thread and I get to scared to make my post and run off!

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  59. Speaking of Punk, I never got my copy of his DVD that I ordered in the summer!

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  60. Summer of NO Punk for Scotty K!

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  61. Your arms were just too short.

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  62. I'll be pissed if we don't get Bray Wyatt's ghost vs an Andre the Giant hologram at wrestlemania.

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  63. I think that's Vince's M.O.

    Unrelated, how did every member of the roster wind up in the ring last night and why were they going at it?

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  64. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:13 AM

    Maybe it's our fault for complaining about the "entrance music distraction" finishes. You know the internet, we ruin everything.

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  65. Would it make everyone feel better if the hologram was Steph and she said "help me Daniel Bryan, you're my only hope"?

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  66. Oh probably. I wonder if he would've defended a lot of the stupid stuff WWE has done over the years. Think he would've defended Undertaker's "resurrection" at Royal Rumble after losing to Yokozuna?

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  67. Is she in the Leia bikini and leash combo?

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  68. I didn't anticipate Vince pulling out a trump card on that, but oh boy did he!

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  69. Here's the other thing - Bray interfering is OK. Switching focus, in a vacuum is OK. Doing poor special effects in a feud that was all about the seriousness is not OK.

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  70. I wish they'd make a hologram Bret and Shawn and just have them wrestle at every ppv.

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  71. He told me yesterday he enjoyed that finish.

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  72. I'm just saying it wasn't the end of the freaking world. Just with a unique hologram instead of a titan tron video distraction. And I could name at least 10 other PPV main events from 1994 to 2005 that also had a heel running in and costing the face the match.



    Why this is seen as "the end of the world", I have no idea. I'm not saying it would have been my #1 choice, but the overreaction is hilarious.

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  73. So we're supposed to believe that delusional cult leader Bray Wyatt coordinated an effort with the production team to do what he did?

    Actually, that would be kind of funny to see.....

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  74. It does have a sort of "retarded charm" on hindsight.

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  75. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:17 AM

    See, I think a Ambrose/Wyatt feud could be fun. Two crazy people going at each other usually is, and both guys are committed to their roles.

    But holograms? Ain't got time for that.

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  76. I've compared the Wyatt's to the Dungeon of Doom a lot. That is no longer a fair comparison. DoD never chased hogan with a ghost.

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  77. How many involved ghosts?

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  78. I thought it was really dumb at the time, but I agree now.

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  79. Well...any that involved Sheamus, at least.

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  80. You seem to be taking a distraction device a bit too seriously and a bit too literally. But hey, I'll step back and let you do your thing. At least you make it entertaining.

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  81. Because it's not what the blog wanted to see! Though most people not on here seemed to enjoy the show for what it was.

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  82. That was 100x worse than what happened at HIAC, because no one knew who the fuck that kid was and he never even showed up again. Just a weird cop out so that Cena didn't have to take a clean loss - indefensible by anyone's standards

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  83. It's because this could've been the perfect moment to catapult Ambrose to a top spot, getting a huge win over a hated rival. Instead, he jobs to a bad hologram and the heel's not-finisher. It really could've come off as Kane-Taker, but it looked so cheap and contrived.

    Again, I'm kinda ok with switching to Bray, but I don't see either being "fine".

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  84. 0. And that includes last sunday's Ambrose/Rollins match. Because there were 0 ghosts.

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  85. They ended 1)a ppv 2)their best feud WITH A GHOST

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  86. Skins / Boys game was great TV last night.

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  87. Yes because crushing someones skull on cinder blocks and them coming back alive is so serious. Lol

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  88. I'm aware ghosts don't exist, it makes the ending to that match even worse.

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  89. I'm convinced you are actually Howard Finkel or something and defending WWE online is now part of your job duties.

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  90. I still think Ambrose is getting a top spot. He just felt like he belonged, during that main event. And let's not forget that he had the match won, and it took a total of 5 people (Rollins, Noble, Mercury, Kane and Wyatt) to finally get the better of him. (or he's buried and ruined. either one)

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  91. The PPV was scarring enough, especially when they lied and rated it PG then pulled a surprise spooooooky finish.

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  92. In fairness, ghosts are pretty cool.

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  93. Yes, let's take it to the (predictable) extreme again.

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  94. Ooh, I know! This is setting up a new Scooby Doo movie, where Ambrose teams up with the Scooby Gang to discover who the Cult Leader Ghost is!


    ...okay, not gonna lie. I would watch that.

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  95. Nope, I will again say that Cesaro's depush is depressing and unacceptable. And the Bellas feud, well... I just fully ignore it, as I have 0 interest in it. And i'm not sure Reigns is ready for a top spot.

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  96. So wyatt using a distraction to help Rollins win was predictable? You're trying to say their feud was serious, what with the unrealistic violence inept stooges and exploding briefcases.

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  97. That match up is a lot like Orton and Cena except it's produced much more entertaining match ups.

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  98. Hey, they had Freddie Prinze Jr on the payroll for a while, didn't they? SEQUEL!!

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  99. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:24 AM

    Ambrose should totally start coming down to the ring with a Great Dane and have conversations with it before and after matches.

    "Why does he keep talking to that dog, Maggle? Dogs can't talk!"

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  100. I just love how i'm labeled as having a "WWE apologist gimmick", but whenever I do say bad things about them, like 2 minutes ago, it just gets totally ignored, because it doesn't apply to their argument. :)

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  101. No, I get that. My complaint is more that both guys are "cold" (with no big PPV wins) and that the feud started in a lame way. Bray appearing in the ring and Abigailing him into the cage? Good stuff. Taunting him throughout the match before the reveal? Again, I'm sold.

    But hologram into the Brack Bottom? Meh.

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  102. that poor dog. (did i do that right?)

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  103. That ghost wasn't.

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  104. Do you think cm punk would have re-signed with Vince if he just would have given punk the ghost machine? Punk could have sent his ghost to get revenge on El Torito.

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  105. I give it a .4 Abeyance

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  106. True but it took them a while to come around on Bret/Shawn ... we had to endure DIESELMANIA~! first but even with it you could always tune and enjoy Shawn/Bret. Even if my favorites don't hit the Main Event of Wrestlemania levels of success I can always enjoy their work.

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  107. Yeah, but he was kind of good at his job and that crap isn't tolerated.

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  108. Its ok Vince, I like you... that's really all the blessing you need here.

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  109. Just for the record, he was one of my favorite guest hosts.

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  110. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:28 AM

    Again, I want to be in the product meeting where they tell Punk he's jobbing via hologram distraction.

    Or, better yet, Austin.

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  111. No your "crushing someone's skull" was predictably extreme. Even with the ketchup/mustard foolishness and PG stuff, it was two guys who hated each other. It was about as "serious" as you can get these days.

    And again, you miss my point - it's not WHAT they did, it's HOW they did it.

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  112. RVD would resign just to play with the ghost machine.

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  113. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:29 AM

    I also like Vince...even when he's wrong. Which is often.

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  114. Lost in the sauce is how badly Cesaro has been pushed.

    Dude went from having **** matches with Cena to.........this.

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  115. I didn't see anything about this in the RAW recap, but did they reveal the identity of the ghost last night? And is it going to be on the Authority's team at Survivor Series? (maybe with the return of God to action on Cena's team?)

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  116. His pathetic behavior truly saddens me.

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  117. I hope they get Slimmer to guest host a raw. He can slime bad guys like Rollins and fight Wyatt's ghost in a match.

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  118. Yep, as mentioned below (or above), that is the main thing that I feel WWE has screwed up this year. it was RIGHT THERE. Oh well. can't win them all.

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  119. Slimer already took out Rollins in the MITB briefcase.

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  120. If theres a mystery partner I'd bet it's the ghost!

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  121. True. I got the parallax rub, so that's all I need!

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  122. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:32 AM

    "Don't bite the hand, Marty. Don't bite the hand."

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  123. Legit angry at a heel? Um, that's the basic definition of "heel".


    Legit angry at Creative/the company? That's just stupid.

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  124. I was about to say that. They totally foreshadowed the HIAC ending, yet all these people keep bitching about it.

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  125. "I got the parallax rub"

    ...No Homo

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  126. I'd like to see all the mischief that little dude could cause around there!!!!!

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  127. He could eat 5 hot dogs at once!! Give Pat Patterson a run for his money.

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  128. Vince Jordan is the absolute worst. We'd all be better off without him.

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  129. See, that would actually be cool. So there's already no chance (in hell?) of that being the case.

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  130. cue long angry Vince Jordan post . . .

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  131. How can you not be upset if you were him, though? He was on the fast track to being a top star, he has good matches with anyone, is insanely strong, had a HUGELY OVER MOVE, was getting cheers.......and now?

    The only reason he's where he's at now is because they didn't want him to be there. At this point, nothing he does will change anything. He's reaching curtain-jerking Velocity levels now.

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  132. Long post with no substance. Just more trolling.

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  133. Nah... he's third worst on average, sometimes jumping out of the Bottom 5 even.


    He just posts more than the others.

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  134. This is just stupid.

    Ghost Wyatt is undefeated. Why waste Ghost Wyatt on an over the hill jobber like Slimer? Now, magical mirror Adam Rose, that could be something.

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  135. My only hope is that he DID get depushed once, then rebuilt. MAYBE it can happen again, but I am losing hope.

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  136. I'd be willing to put my reputation on the line. Let Scott put it to votes on who should go. Loser gets an IP ban. It's worth it.

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  137. Nope *Reverse abeyance*

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  138. Isn't that the name of a sex move?

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  139. I still maintain Slimer has plenty of rub left. He's the biggest ghost star ever. The fans still love him.

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  140. If this thread contains nothing else but Jobber jokes about Ghost Wyatt, then I'd consider the day here a success.

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  141. I liked Val, what can I say.

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  142. Which is why I pointed out your extreme comment, as well as the "why are you still watching?" comment. Again, predictable.

    85% of the stuff that happens people would face serious jail time. Unless they did it outside the ring.

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  143. Hey guyz, I should be banned because my opinion is different from Danimal's!! No really, that is why he wants me banned!!

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  144. He's really not that bad... I get where he could be annoying but it gets really over stated.

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  145. Fuck this guy. Seriously. Take a stand against this monster.

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  146. It's because your an obvious troll doing obvious trolling.

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  147. At some point, the fans will lose interest. Not to mention Ceasro himself might. This is where low morale in the locker room actually becomes a thing.

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  148. Yep, I think there are actually lots of "closet fans" of that segment.

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  149. Meh...why get this worked up about someone on a blog about pro wrestling? I mean, I disagree with Vince Jordan as much as anyone but once I step away from my laptop, I totally forget his existence.


    I think the blog needs trolls...it's more fun to debate and rag on each other than dissect RAW and Smackdown.

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  150. He's a cock sucker!

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  151. What a heel that guy is. Man, this is getting intense.

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  152. That's the spirit.

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  153. That was ONE TIME! He was in college and got really drunk and was just curious... no need to hold it over him the rest of his life. GOD!

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  154. Yeah ok, i'll just ignore you from now on. You're not worth the time.

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  155. I disagree with him on current WWE but I think he’s funny
    with it, and he contributes to loads of threads. He’s not like those posters,
    won’t bother naming them, who literally just come on here to “snark at smarks” and never actually get involved in the threads
    or discussions in any positive way ever.

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  156. Nah, I like him, even if he gets under my skin at times with the way he defends WWE.

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  157. "Snark at smarks". Damn, this needs to be a t-shirt.

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  158. Good luck.

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  159. Yeah, I pretty much disagree with almost everything he says, but he's not that bad. I kind of wish he'd back off the "you people feel this way" shit, but that's really the only beef I have with him.

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  160. 1: Molester of Boys
    2: Steve Stennick (retired, but he will be remembered). If we can't count the retired, move Dougie up and Meekin into Dougie's spot).
    3: Vince Jordan
    4: Dougie (Combined ranking. I don't care if they are separate people.)
    5: Andy PG on a bad day. Those seem to be coming more often lately.


    Meekin's close to the Top 5 no matter what, maybe as a "5b". Caliber left before he could truly enter this group.


    Also receiving "votes": sydh, C.O. Jones, others I cannot remember at the moment.

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  161. Jobber has just been in the zone lately.

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  162. This is a good point.

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  163. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:46 AM

    This is a really dangerous road to travel down, folks.

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  164. They need to bring in Whoopi Goldberg to RAW so she can be used for people to talk to Bray going forward.

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  165. Oh, I'm not advocating any bans. Just having a little fun with the otherwise useless.


    (Does not apply to all in the rankings.)

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  166. Lol. I predicted you were going to say that guy. You're so predictable lol.

    The feud wasn't serious. Ambrose is a character straight out of cartoons. They had cartoony violence, idiots going which way did he go george which way did he go, and exploding briefcases. They had legit issues but to call the feud serious proves that you don't get it. It's okay though, you don't have to respond. If you do though, I predicted it and everything you said!!!!!

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  167. Only if Dean and Seth have that pottery scene together.

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  168. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerOctober 28, 2014 at 8:50 AM

    No "ghosting" - especially the hysterically ironic guy-on-guy!

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  169. Bray is behind Dean at the pottery wheel.


    ....and that visual won't go away. Great.

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  170. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:50 AM

    Nah.

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  171. NOW I CAN'T GET UNCHAINED MELODY OUT MY HEAD

    Thanks a lot

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  172. If you need your hard drive copied Bray is the guy to call since he has Ghost.

    #StealingJobbersGimmick

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  173. "Never forget, never forgive!"

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  174. The main thing?


    Really?

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  175. Hey you, didn't you disagree with me about something about 3,5 weeks ago? YOU SUCK!!!!!!!

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  176. Extant1979 Most Must-See BoDerOctober 28, 2014 at 8:52 AM

    Don't worry about it, Vince. 'llax and I have your back.

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  177. I'm honestly a little scared that this will be incorporated soon.

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  178. This has backfired horribly into something of a Vince Jordan Love-In! Sorry Danimal :(

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  179. Yes. I really haven't had that much of a problem overall (as you might imagine). I'm fine with Cena/Lesnar 4, I still think Ambrose is on the right track, Ziggler seems to sloowwllyyy getting built up again *knocks on wood*, etc etc. But Cesaro... OUCH.

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  180. My life would be enriched for the few minutes in this place without him.

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  181. The Christmas edition of RAW will have Ambrose fighting holograms of Husky Harris, Bray Wyatt, and Captain Wyatt in a dark robe.

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  182. HA! Yep, I must say, I am enjoying that. :)

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  183. Did you really make a Norton Ghost joke?


    What is the world coming to?

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  184. I am glad there is at least 1 IT guy here to get it.

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  185. Cesaro gave an interview recently where he said the main eventers have been main eventing too long. That's the reason for his burial the last few days.

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  186. The Love-Matic Grampa!October 28, 2014 at 8:56 AM

    It's like a Frank Capra movie!

    Well, not really.

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  187. Man, you can say that again. That angle is so tired.

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  188. 1's and 0's....1's and 0's.

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  189. It's a good list and I agree with it. Sydh is pretty insufferable and a big defender of Vince Jordan. 2 peas in a pod really. Trolls of a feather flock together.

    I completely ignore AndyPG so I've never seen any of his bad days. He's one of the easiest to ignore on the blog as I feel he doesn't have any catch phrases he feels the need to show horn into his stuff. He's just lame and completely forgettable. If there are catch phrases I am missing my apologies. The guy is just a snooze fest.

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  190. Were you touching your grandma's boob?

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  191. Ambrose needs to have his own survivor series team featuring Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd and Ernie Hudson.

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