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Best traditional Survivor Series match?


This year's match looks good on paper, and I wonder if it could be a classic if given proper time, say an hour?

Is there a defacto "best" traditional Survivor Series match? The one that always comes to mind is the ten team match from 1987. Has that one been topped from a workrate standpoint? Yes, I realize that Doink, Dink, Wink, and Pink and HBK and his Knights would like to have a word with me.

Oh yeah, for sure I'd go with either the 87 or 88 tag team ones.  The 88 one had the better storyline with the Fuji turn that made Demolition into actual money-drawing babyfaces, but the 87 one had an incredible pace and the all-star lineup of 80s tag teams.  Tough call for sure.  

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  1. I like NXT a lot more than Lucha Underground.

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  2. An hour? Ugh. No match needs an hour to be good.

    Other good Survivor Series matches: the Wild Card match in 95, the opener with tag teams in 96 and the 2003 one where HBK put on an incredible one-man performance.

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  3. Flair's team vs Piper's team from 1991 was building to something great before the lame finish.

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  4. I can't bring myself to watch the match, knowing how sorry the ending is. Guess it wouldn't bother me so much if there had been any eliminations beforehand.

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  5. The latest episode was brilliant. Finn Balor looked great in his debut, Itami looked the best he has so far, Alexa Bliss is much improved (and is lovely, as is Becky Lynch), the Lucha Dragons are a great team, as are Blake and Murphy (who are better week on week). The main event between Neville and Zayn was tremendous (that 'rana into a Powerbomb counter, WOW.)
    So much more fun than Raw (and I don't think Raw's THAT bad, just too long) and best thing is it's all packed into an hour, rather than dragging through three.
    Feels nice to gush about something WWE's doing right rather than having to complain about all their mistakes they make on the big shows.

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  6. 'An hour? Ugh. No match needs an hour to be good.'


    Two words.... Royal...Rumble

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  7. 2000 was pretty much the last time they had the tag team depth, but doing the multi team deal would have been cool. Have Edge & Christian co-captain a heel team against a team led by Hardys or Dudleys.

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  8. I watch nxt just to see a current wwe product without Cena, HHH, Orton, Big Show, and Big Steph. I also enjoy not getting dizzy with the camera zooms, so nxt is perfect

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  9. Agreed. I don't watch Raw anymore, but I still watch NXT when I can.

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  10. GRRRRAARRRGH RRRRYBACK!!!! *hurls knife*

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  11. I think everyone has their own private list of guys they'd prefer to be world champion than Reigns, but I don't think Ryback is on many.

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  12. Same goes for the Teamsters-Bad Guys match from Survivor Series 1994. Good match with a silly ending.

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  13. It's nice that Ryback emails you, Scott

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  14. Something like Edge, Christian, Test and Albert, two members of RTC and the Radicalz vs Hardys, Dudleys, The Hollys, Too Cool and the APA?

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  15. As far as I know, Reigns has yet to be pinned in a singles match and has only been pinned about five times period. That's quite the protection.

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  16. Team Austin vs. Team Bischoff from '03.

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  17. Ryback: They're cheering for me bro
    Reigns: Nah bro pretty sure they're cheering for me
    Ryback: Since when was 'feed me more' your chant?
    Reigns: They're saying "believe in ro"(man)
    Ryback: Dang, really?
    Reign: 'Fraid so bro
    Ryback: Alright, super punch me over the top
    Reigns: (Hehe, dumbass)

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  18. The '88 match is defenitely my favorite. Despite the crap finish, I'm super partial to the 1991 Flair/Dibiase/Mountie/Warlord vs Piper/Hart/DBS/Virgil match. It's definitely one of the few matches with any energy on that show. The 1989 Savage/Earthquake/Bravo/Valentine vs Duggan/Hart/Garvin/Hercules match is kinda fun too.

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  19. It may be sacrilege but the Bischoff/Austin match from 2003 is my pick for best Survivor Series Elimination Match. All time performance for Shawn.

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  20. or Hennig/ Bockwinkle

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  21. I like both NXT and Lucha Underground a lot, but I think I like Lucha a bit more. (I'm a total Ricochet mark.) Lucha has really impressed me how it's found its own identity so quickly. It feels totally different than any other wrestling out there. If TNA comes back, they would be wise to try doing their own thing instead of copying WWE.

    NXT's roster is so incredibly stacked right now. My only issue with it is being a bit too WWE-like at times. Like, the announcers are really good but sometimes they try forcing the humor and there's just no need for it. I also wish it was a bit more cohesive. Sometimes it feels like each segment is its own self-contained universe. It's still a great show, though.

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  22. Yep. Classic HBK, great story, JR was epic on the call. Even Lawler got in it ("he IS Superman!")

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  23. CruelConnectionNumber2November 15, 2014 at 12:29 PM

    Those tag matches are wayyyy too long and one has a rotten ending. The correct answer is Survivor Series 2003 Team Bischoff vs Team Austin, brah!

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  24. Top 5


    1. Team Austin vs. Team Bischoff (2003)
    2. 20-Man Tag (1987)
    3. Team Razor vs. Team IRS (1993)
    4. Team Raw vs. Team Smackdown (2005)
    5. Underdogs vs. Bodydonnas (1995)

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  25. CruelConnectionNumber2November 15, 2014 at 12:34 PM

    People forget that Roman Reigns is actually an awesome badass and not Batista. He was just overexposed for a little bit. Dude's gonna kill it, he's young and fresh and the next top guy. He won't even win the Rumble (that'll be Daniel Bryan) but he's gonna be a big star.

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  26. And Austin thanking Shawn after the match, and shockingly NOT giving him a Stunner.

    It of course got all ruined 8 days later as Austin returned as the "sherriff".

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  27. I choose to ignore how quickly the stip got flushed, lol.

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  28. They did that a lot that year. I was sick of Ross and Lawler, so I was thrilled when they lost that tag match against Coach and Al Snow, and they took over Raw. I wanted them to get a legit shot, like for a month or so, but NOPE! they got exactly 1 episode (which I found they did a good job), and Ross/Lawler came right back the next week after a rematch. BOOOO...

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  29. I hate how Ryback stole Steven Seagal's name from the great Under Siege movies, Casey Ryback.

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  30. Also the better final two guys in the Rumble is definitely Bryan and Reigns facing off... or even Bryan and Ambrose.

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  31. The Hogan/Bigelow/Orndorff/Muraco/Patera vs The Heenan Family match from '87 is awesome, as well.

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  32. Everything on the 87 show was really good. And I don't know about best, but I loved the Owen/Bulldog/Furnas/Lafon mini match at 1996.

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  33. I've always like The Enforcers vs. The Dream Team from 1989

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  34. Team WCW vs Team WWE. Yeah I know ending was a bit predictable. However, I was watching it in a bar and all of us were marking out for the entire match.

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  35. 87 Survivor Series is one of the most underrated PPV's of all time

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  36. Actually, Austin didn't return until the end of December. In the mean time, Foley was made co-GM with Bischoff.

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  37. Interesting concept, but imagine trusting the Mania main to one crowd? We'd have had World Champion Santino if they tried that when they teased him tossing Del Rio a few years back

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  38. That's very optimistic to think that Bryan's coming back for the Rumble.

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  39. And other than like Montreal, has any big match been decided on the fly? (Not even based on crowd reaction, just going in, neither guy knew who'd go over?)

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  40. The problem with Reigns is that they're just trotting him out and either handing him a watered-down script or telling him to act like John Cena. He's not being given any kind of opportunity to be himself.

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  41. I'm in the minority probably but I always liked Team Savage vs Team Honky from 87. Great moments, everyone vs honky and him just up and leaving, Roberts, steamboat and savage on the same team...fun out of context but kind of amazing when you factor it all in.

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  42. YankeesHoganTripleHFanNovember 15, 2014 at 12:59 PM

    I loved the story behind the 88 tag team match were they eliminated the Rougeaus right away so Jacques could get out of the building before Dynamite could get to the dressing room and kick the crap out of him.

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  43. Am I the only one thinking that they're only building up Ryback to feed him to Rusev next month?

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  44. It's not QUITE the same, but Flair had plenty of matches in the territory days where he decided on short notice that it would be safer for all parties involved if he just ate a pin and they figured out how to resolve the title situation at a later/safer date.

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  45. If I was being honest, I don't think he's back until SummerSlam.

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  46. Biff Kensington IIINovember 15, 2014 at 1:02 PM

    Under the assumption that Bryan isn't coming back until after the Rumble, I think Reigns will be the guy moving forward. The problem, putting aside the 'backlash' (which, if it even happens, will probably be because Philly and all) is that the only other people remotely over enough to justify winning the blamed thing would be Rollins (who has the briefcase, and really isn't in need of the Rumble at that point) and Ambrose (who is seemingly cooling off by the minute, perhaps intentionally so).

    Reigns would benefit tremendously from coming in relatively early (#10-15 range) in a strong field where multiple people had a legitimate chance to win. Being the obvious winner coming in somewhere in the last third will make it seem far less dramatic, and lessen the overall impact. But then, they did that to themselves with shitty booking.

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  47. Wouldn't be the worst thing to do with him. There's still 2 or 3 feuds to go until he makes it all the way up the ladder to Cena. They can get another month out of Sheamus I suppose but there's lots of time to fill.

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  48. Biff Kensington IIINovember 15, 2014 at 1:03 PM

    Wouldn't surprise me, and it's not a horrible use of the guy either. Though I have a suspicion, and it's fleeting, that Cena/Rusev isn't the endgame. I think we could see Reigns/Rusev at the Rumble to give Roman the big win, and move Cena into something with a legend (be it Hogan or Sting) at 'Mania instead.

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  49. Don't forget Al Snow too as he was a big part of what made the match great.

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  50. Geez... Was I the only one that was enjoying over the top meathead, moron Ryback? I was finally getting into Rybaxel. Bring that back!

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  51. Team Austin-Team Bischoff is the one I just watched and I loved. Also liked Team WWF-Team Alliance match.

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  52. But who is Roman Reigns? A guy that dances like a teapot?

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  53. Now I know John Cena is probably wrestling Brock at Rumble, but hear me out...

    ...And I also know that Cena winning the Rumble would be very annoying, but hear me out...

    After Cena gets squashed by Brock again, he still gets the #30 entry (or #40) and wins by throwing out a fan favourite, say Ziggler or somebody. Then on Raw he's all "this time Brock, I'll beat your ass at WrestleMania" but then Heyman's like "you keep getting your ass kicked by him, so whatever".

    Then throughout the months, John goes on vision quests and sits down at a campfire with Shawn Michaels, who is dressed like an Apache Chief. "You have to unleash the solitary wolf that's inside of you, my child." Also Ric Flair and Zack Ryder are dressed like Indians too, and they're running around going "woo woo woo" and Shawn calls them Never On TV and Spends Too Much.

    Then in the weeks leading up to WM, Cena starts ravaging his opponents: raking eyes, groin shots, throwing hatchets at them... he's just a savage. He convinces HHH to make the match with Brock a No DQ, and Heyman's all "um you're just gonna let Cena throw a hatchet at my client?" "yes I am! BEST FOR BUSINESS!!"

    Then during his entrance at WrestleMania 31, John Cena collapses in the aisle, dead... it looks like a pulmonary embolism, a stroke, an aneurysm... something like that.

    How do we plan this, you ask?

    About ten years ago, John Cena would do anything to become a bonafide star in wrestling... so when The Patriots came to him to grant him this, he had to agree to have nanomachines surgically implanted in his body... The Patriots have been tracking his movements ever since, and at WrestleMania 31 they can shut off the nanomachines that keep John Cena alive.

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  54. YankeesHoganTripleHFanNovember 15, 2014 at 1:19 PM

    If Reigns is going to face Lesner at Mania, (for the record I support this) then the first thing he should do it get together with Brock and watch the Undertaker/Batista matches from 07.

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  55. Biff Kensington IIINovember 15, 2014 at 1:20 PM

    B-b-b-bake'd.

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  56. YankeesHoganTripleHFanNovember 15, 2014 at 1:23 PM

    Sounds .like something Belichick would do.

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  57. Biff Kensington IIINovember 15, 2014 at 1:23 PM

    An under-appreciated match to be certain. To be fair, I'm (probably) in the minority here at the Blog, but the majority of Lesnar's comeback to me has been a disappointment. The first match back with Cena was a breath of fresh air, albeit a stupid finish, and the Punk match was aces as well. This year's Summerslam main event was more of an event than a real match, what with the mauling and everything, but most everything else has been boring as Hell. I don't even know that it's all on Reigns to hold up his end, when I'm not even certain Lesnar can hold up his end in the big time like that.

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  58. Yeah, the occasional Cruiserweight bout was the only reason to keep watching after a point, especially once the Main Event scene became a giant waste. I mean... remember when the nWo made their triumphant return? But Goldberg took like four months to get around to revenge? Then Hogan just randomly turned face for no reason, against the now-heel Flair? Then they just kind of ignored everything and made Nash a generic good guy again? Completely nonsensical stuff.

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  59. like the one in puerto rico

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  60. Ever since Belle Knox got famous for being a college girl who did porn, WWE ought to do a gimmick based on that.

    First, they hire Magnus, and his gimmick is that he's a Yale graduate who works in the porn industry... so he's half Val Venis, half Chris Nowinski. He wears a college douchebag vest and has the patronizing black rimmed glasses, but he wears speedos that accentuate his package.

    His catchphrase: "Magna Cum Laude... but Magnus Cums Louder!"

    (All that set up for one shitty joke.)

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  61. Biff Kensington IIINovember 15, 2014 at 1:28 PM

    I loathe the concept of announcers trying to force humor. The only two exceptions to this rule were Bobby Heenan and (to an extent) Jesse Ventura. The deal there though is that Ventura was far more frequently playing the serious broadcaster, and the Heenan-Gorilla pairing was magic chemistry that can't be duplicated. The stupid smarmy laugh at yourselves bullshit the announce teams pawn off on us today kills a lot of the heat that matches have, because everything comes off as hokey (at best) or meaningless (at worst).

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  62. Another ten minutes and clean finishes would have put Team Flair vs Team Piper from 91 at the top.

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  63. If Bill Cosby is a rapist, is he then more evil than Bing Crosby? Because Bing was pretty hardcore.

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  64. I don't know who that is, but he sounds like a smart cookie.

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  65. All the matches made sense and were booked well.

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  66. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 1:35 PM

    "All that set up for one shitty joke."


    Kind of like most episodes of South Park the last few years.

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  67. Gimmick idea for Brock Lesnar:

    Every time he's around a female, the last thing he says is "...oh and by the way, darling... nice turd cutter".

    Then he puts on one of those hats with a pinwheel on it, puts a lollipop in his mouth and exits on a pogo stick. Heyman just looks at the girl and is like "yeah, I know."

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  68. For what it's worth, The talent on this years teams is pretty good.

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  69. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 1:36 PM

    Cheating bastard coach of the New England Patriots.

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  70. Let's come up with catchy wrestling names:

    Smeldrick Feston

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  71. Top 5 coach ever* FTFY

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  72. Lawler was also pretty good at humor before he became lazy.

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  73. Shelby "The Purple Marauder" Knutsen

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  74. I've always had a soft spot for the Sole Survivor match in '90. Yeah, you're asking everyone to pull double duty for one night, but I thought it was a lot of fun.

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  75. George "The Pelvis" Popodoupoulos

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  76. Franklin Sottemeyer

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  77. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessNovember 15, 2014 at 1:42 PM

    Warlord was eliminated before the brawl, wasn't he?

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  78. I liked the one in '99 where Big Show kicked the other team's ass by himself. Scott gave it ****1/2 IIRC

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  79. It's kind of Mr. Satan's main trait.

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  80. Aside from being awesome, you mean.

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  81. I know what I said.

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  82. Survivor Series was great for one-off concepts they never used again that I really liked. The Ultimate Match of Survival, the Wild Card Match...

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  83. JR made a good point about the Survivor Series matches on his podcast:

    "Now, if a team wins and there was a sole survivor, doesn't it make sense to play Sole Survivor by Asia? By not doing that... that's like having a match without a time limit, or letting babyfaces punch with closed fists."

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  84. Geoffrey Rapestein

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  85. Don't think ya did. Don't think ya did.

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  86. Stabby "The Bucket" Feltsmith

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  87. Survivor Series 2014 will not have a World Title, US Title, or Intercontinental title match. Can we safely save this PPV, which has been a travesty for years now, is no longer one of the "big four"?

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  88. Survivor Series is still a bigger PPV than SummerSlam, dude.

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  89. Does it really get better buyrate? I honestly dont know and don't keep up on that. Its just that I can't remember the last time Survivor Series was good, or even felt important.

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  90. Terry The Rape Allegation Alligator

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  91. Last year's Survivor Series did 0.21 more than SummerSlam 2013.

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  92. YankeesHoganTripleHFanNovember 15, 2014 at 1:55 PM

    In honor of Mr Cosby..."Oh I'm sorry...I thought the name of the show was Kids Say the Darndest Things, not old, black comic doesn't know when to shut the hell up."

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  93. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 1:55 PM

    I'd say MITB has replaced it.

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  94. Thats pretty fucked up that anyone would choose that abomination over Cena vs Bryan and Lesnar vs Punk

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  95. Although the pay off for this week's was kinda awesome

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  96. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 1:59 PM

    Only explanation I can think of is that Summerslam is in the summer, and people would rather be outside.

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  97. Outside from 8-11pm on a Sunday night? I dont think so. I think the better explanation is whether we like it or not, Bryan and Punk aren't as marketable as we like to think they are. The majority of WWE fans seem to actually want predictable and terrible shit.

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  98. Like my great grandpappy always told me: "Only two thangs sell in the winter, boy: Survivor Series and hoagies."

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  99. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:03 PM

    Don't forget fat chicks. Gotta do something to keep warm.

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  100. It's all based on economical timing: PPV revenue ALWAYS increases right before Christmas because of the accumulent spending with increased momentum; PPV revenue in Summer goes down because of people running air conditioners. It's basic thuganomics.

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  101. I really wish they would go back to booking a bunch of elimination matches here to make the show different.

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  102. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessNovember 15, 2014 at 2:05 PM

    I don't think Survivor Series has been a "Big Four" show for a while. It has some great moments every now and then, but it's a throwaway show more often than not.

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  103. I find I have less money in the winter because I need to run the heat more than the air condition. Also I have to buy a lot of gifts for nieces and nephews for Christmas, because my worthless brothers (who have 7 kids with 5 hoes between the two of them) wont.

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  104. There has never been a better time for it than now with the network...


    Except this year, though... with the free month offer, they have to deliver a really good show.

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  105. But they're free, because they fuck anybody.

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  106. Then you sir, are in the 1%.

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  107. Pretty sure Satan is fucking with you.

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  108. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:07 PM

    They really don't have the roster to o it anymore.

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  109. lmao, compared to my brothers I am in the 1 percent. However, its hard to buy for 7 kids each Christmas on only 35K a year, especially when I didnt even get the nookie in the first place.

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  110. Am not! I would never lie to Glen, or anybody else named Glen!

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  111. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:09 PM

    Random thought: Ace of Base sounds more like the name of a crack dealer than a pop group.

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  112. Yeah but a bunch of tag matches could still deliver in the ring without settling any one on one issues. Like Bray Wyatt and Dean Ambrose on opposite sides of a team could help build to a singles match NEXT MONTH (that you'd pay9.99 for)

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  113. GOD FUCKING DAMMIT... I just bought that WWE DVD "OMG Moments"... it has nothing to do with the One Man Gang! Fucking bullshit bait-and-switch company!

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  114. What was the sign, anyway?

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  115. I don't even recall how good of a match it was, but as an 8 year old there was no better mark-out moment for me than Hulk Hogan teaming with badasses Jake Roberts and Demolition in 1989. It was the only time I ever saw Hogan as a badass.


    (I was a Hogan skeptic as a kid, and a huge Warrior fan).

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  116. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:11 PM

    Got that rock, yo!

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  117. Yep, him and Bulldog both. Clever bit of booking where Flair pins Bulldog after a cheap shot, then the faces do a cheap shot of their own and Piper pins Warlord. That match is so great before the ending.

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  118. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:13 PM

    That's usually a safe bet.

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  119. I looked up the numbers, you're right. Its kind of hard to tell sarcasm online. However, Summerslamm 13 still had a big drop in the buyrate from the previous year.

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  120. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:14 PM

    Didn't every PPV except WM?

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  121. I'd never fuck with my Glenny.

    But look, my knowledge of economicals is unbeated.

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  122. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessNovember 15, 2014 at 2:14 PM

    The brawl adds something to the match, but it would have been better if it led to a one-on-one finish. I can see why they didn't want anyone to eat a pin, though.

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  123. That she should leave her boyfriend.

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  124. You sure it wasn't a yield sign?

    Besides, I thought they were a coupla doikes.

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  125. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:16 PM

    Dykes, you mean?

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  126. Who'd you want to fuck more on Frasier: Roz or Daphne?

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  127. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessNovember 15, 2014 at 2:17 PM

    Roz

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  128. One of them is married. Which doesn't prove anything, but gives some evidence to the contrary.

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  129. Yes, but sometimes I spell things wrong just to shake things up a little bit.

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  130. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:18 PM

    Yeah, definitely.

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  131. Stranger in the AlpsNovember 15, 2014 at 2:18 PM

    The best of a DVD of that nature is the segment from Superstars where he transforms into Akeem, the African Dream.

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  132. Let's not sully this conversation with racism, huh?

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  133. Stranger in the AlpsNovember 15, 2014 at 2:19 PM

    So I had to choose between the Atari Flashback, Intellivision Flashback, Sega Genesis Flashback or the NES Retron.


    I went with the Atari Flashback.

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  134. Stranger in the AlpsNovember 15, 2014 at 2:20 PM

    I apologize for being so edgy.

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  135. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:20 PM

    Those NES clones are fucking garbage. Just get a real one, or use an emulator.

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  136. Good pick.

    She could toss my salad and scramble my eggs any time.

    (Get it?)

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  137. That term is too offensive. It's "Adap Copelandy"

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  138. Mitch, The GodfatherNovember 15, 2014 at 2:22 PM

    Roz. Not even a second thought.

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  139. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:22 PM

    Sexton Hardcastle-like.

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  140. Would've been great.

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  141. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:23 PM

    Let's not get it twisted though, Daphne could sure as hell get it too.

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  142. Let's not get too rowdy with the language.

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  143. What about Marice?

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  144. Mitch, The GodfatherNovember 15, 2014 at 2:24 PM

    I agree. But I would pick Roz every time first.

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  145. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:24 PM

    Don't even remember what she looks like.

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  146. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:25 PM

    Fuck that shit.

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  147. Mitch, The GodfatherNovember 15, 2014 at 2:25 PM

    One show I do miss though is Becker. Loved watching re-runs.

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  148. Now I'm trying to find hot pictures of Roz (Peri Gilpin)... there really aren't any.

    Imagine being in love with that actress, and then not being able to find ANYTHING to whack your bag to? Torture, man.

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  149. Both the diner chick (the brunette one, not the blonde curly haired one) and the dumb nurse were fucking hot.

    And then the nurse got implants and got even hotter.

    Underrated sitcom. Ted Danson rules.

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  150. The Super heavyweight match from the 1987 Survivor Series is pretty great. They worked a fast pace and included an awesome performance by Bigelow.

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  151. Stop trying to be Adam Copelandy.

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  152. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:27 PM

    Getting implants NEVER makes a chick better.

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  153. yeah. Have to agree here.

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  154. Please link to your profile on this website. http://www.familywatchdog.us/

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  155. My favourite Survivor Series was the one in 1990 where the survivors of all the face teams and the survivors of all the heel teams were put into a final match at the end. Thought the concept was brilliant.

    Plus, Undertaker debuted! Piper's grated "LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THAT HAM HOCK!" lives long in the memory :)

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  156. Not falling for that one again. Nosirree.

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  157. Dumb and Dumber To was okay. It was a good way to kill two hours but it 's nothing great.

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  158. What would you rate it out of 57?

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  159. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:33 PM

    Can't be any worse than the first one. Like, literally, no movie can be worse that the first one.

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  160. YankeesHoganTripleHFanNovember 15, 2014 at 2:33 PM

    I love me some Ace of Base...not even ashamed to admit it.

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  161. Why not let the NXT guys have their own Survivor Series match?

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  162. I actually love the women's match, but then again i was a mark for Velvet McIntyre for some reason

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  163. yes i agree that i liked the concept and it is the most memorable to me

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  164. If Magnum TA and Magnus had a baby, it'd be the first time in history two men made a baby through gay sex.

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  165. I definitely have the 87 20-man tag up there with the greatest matches of all time.. Severely underrated..

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  166. Oh and *I guess* you would call the baby Magnus TA.... kind of a coincidence though.

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  167. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:38 PM

    Johnny Comelately would be a great jobber name.

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  168. And we got a Vaudevillains promo!

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  169. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:39 PM

    Fake tits are gross.

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  170. IRL Roz will give you diseases whereas at least Daphne is clean.

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  171. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:41 PM

    It's fucking horseshit that only straight people have to worry about pregnancy.

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  172. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:42 PM

    This is true.

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  173. Well the playing field is evened out, what with AIDS and all.

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  174. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:44 PM

    Only for the men though.

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  175. Well... women can only really scissor.

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  176. Bing's not giving me any help.

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  177. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:46 PM

    I believe the proper term is tribbing.

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  178. Adam "Colorado" CurryNovember 15, 2014 at 2:46 PM

    So is Saving Silverman, come to think of it.

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  179. Just say it in English, and point at the proper area. She'll get the idea.

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  180. People really prefer Ryback over Reigns?


    Reigns has had interesting matches (in a multi-man setting, but still) and been part of interesting angles, what the fuck has Ryback ever done that was enjoyable?

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  181. Shit, it's close to never, but I can't go that far. But yeah, I'd say the number is >99%

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  182. Yeah, this backlash is getting absurd. A few guys said they're tired of Reigns, and I'm pretty sure those guys used their own sentiment to express some sort of global tide of hatred against him.


    Dude is young, moves pretty well, has his mannerisms mostly down and has 50% of a great moveset. He's not perfect, but Ryback has been fucking up for close to a decade now.

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  183. Theberzerker! HUSS!November 15, 2014 at 2:52 PM

    "Imagined" my ass. Maybe not a backlash per se, but the last 2 months of Reigns matches that I saw before he got injured he got an intro pop from kids & chicks who then sat on their hands for the rest of the match and that's it.

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  184. Theberzerker! HUSS!November 15, 2014 at 2:52 PM

    Kentucky Big Python.

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  185. This is true. I'm finding it hard to understand those denying it. Are they in the "not actually watching the TV" category?

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  186. The Love-Matic Grampa!November 15, 2014 at 2:53 PM

    I did not know that.

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  187. Theberzerker! HUSS!November 15, 2014 at 2:54 PM

    If/when he wins the Rumble I don't think he'll be booed like Batista was, but I think it'll be a very sad, tepid reaction indeed.

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  188. Read that Klingon quote to her that Frasier reads to his son at his bar mitzvah.

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  189. The opening match of the 1991 Survivor Series was my favorite. It was Bret Hart, Roddy Piper, The British Bulldog & Virgil vs. Ric Flair, Ted DiBiase, The Mountie & The Warlord.

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  190. The Love-Matic Grampa!November 15, 2014 at 2:58 PM

    Bill Cosby Today = Bobo Brazil in the 1990s? Still beloved and respected, but keep him out of the ring/off the stage if you want to remember him how he was.

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