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WWE Heavily Edited Crowd Noise on Last Night's RAW

According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio the WWE heavily edited the crowd noise off of last night's show. During Cena's appearance at the beginning, the fans reportedly went off on the network but Cena was able to calm the crowd to the point that they did not bring it up again. Also, the announcers last night were instructed not to react to the crowd chants.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Radio



Update on the WWE Network in the United Kingdom

Sky TV sent out an email to wrestling fans in the UK stating that the WWE Network will not be a standalone channel on Sky and will in fact be an "over the top" online service. The email also said that Sky signed a deal to broadcast WWE PPV's from January 2015 to 2019.

http://rajah.com/node/44147



CM Punk Joins Marvel Comics

Marvel has announced that Punk will be writing "Thor Annual #1." The book will be released in February 2015.

Credit PWInsider.com



Global Force Wrestling Promising Another Big Announcement

The announcement will happen today at 11am according to the promotions Twitter account.

https://twitter.com/GFWWrestling/status/532022451694481408



NXT Star Returns From Injury

Solomon Crowe returned to action this weekend by beating Enzo Amore at a NXT house show in Daytona Beach

http://rajah.com/node/44137



And, don't forget to vote for Group H in today's "Greatest Song of the 90's" poll from Place to be Nation. You can vote by clicking on the link below.

http://placetobenation.com/ptbns-greatest-song-of-the-90s-tournament-pool-round-one-group-h/

Comments

  1. "Sky TV sent out an email to wrestling fans in the UK stating that the WWE Network will not be a standalone channel on Sky and will in fact be an "over the top" online service. The email also said that Sky signed a deal to broadcast WWE PPV's from January 2015 to 2019. "

    Hmm. So what does that mean? Online only? Sky has PPV's for good? Rajah needs to start asking questions rather than just repeating press releases!

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  2. "Set Adrift On Memory Bliss" needs to advance. That song was the jam.

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  3. Good song, but no Lisa Loeb. Boy, did I come of age to that video.

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  4. My picks for the PTBN poll:
    Don't Cry
    November Rain
    Stay
    Set Adrift On Memory Bliss
    Exit Music

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  5. I had a tough time getting stuff for the updates. Don't usually use Rajah

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  6. Not your fault. Just another confusing statement from Sky and WWE.

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  7. I totally get why WWE wants its announcers to ignore crowd chants, but it's a hell of a lot more fun when they acknowledged them.

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  8. My picks were similar

    Don't Cry
    Nov Rain
    Set Adrift
    Exit Music
    Self-Esteem

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  9. Went with Stay over Self Esteem.
    Honestly, this was the weakest group for me so far .

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  10. Don't Cry
    November Rain
    Brian Wilson
    Set Adrift on Memory Bliss
    Self Esteem

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  11. I saw this morning where Kevin Love reportedly said he plans to opt out of his contract, and look elsewhere. Nothing against Cleveland, but I can't tell you how hilarious I would find it if he leaves, then Lebron says, "Well..."

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  12. Everyone seems to think he is going to join the Lakers

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  13. "Listen to the WWE Universe Maggle! They're having fun!"

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  14. I will now be internally jamming to Set Adrift on Memory Bliss all day.

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  15. I know, and I find that crazy. The Lakers are terrible. It would be different if this were the Kobe from 2006 or whatever, but it's 2014. How much does he have left? My understanding is the plan for the Lakers has been to wait and go after some combination of Love, Westbrook, and Durant, but I mean, it better work if you're putting everything you have in that one plan.

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  16. "Vintage WWE Universe, JBL"

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  17. At this point, a Bizzaro World crowd would
    be one that actually likes what they see.

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  18. How the hell did I manage to go this long and never hear about Sam Simon's colon cancer? Hate to hear that; always enjoyed his commentary on the DVDs.

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  19. The GFW announcement will be today at 11--not tomorrow. It's looking like they'll announce the commentator for the January 4 pay-per-view. They teased "Who Will it Be?" with a microphone a few days ago and Jarrett said he was dotting the t's and the i's on an announcer's contract. Then yesterday one of the tweets said they'll answer the question "Who Will it Be?" at 11. Karen Jarrett also said this announcement would "SHAKE UP the wrestling world."


    The only guy who can live up to this hype is Jim Ross, right? I can't imagine them saying they've signed Josh Matthews or Mike Tenay as their "HUGE announcement."

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  20. Thanks for the heads up. That is what I get for reading it last night.

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  21. He played college ball there so that could be it

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  22. Commentator.
    Shake.
    Harlem Shake.
    Harlem Heat.
    It’s Stevie Ray.

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  23. Depends on if Jeff's announcements are as ridiculously not-major as Dixie's. We shall see.


    I'd already be interested in GFW if they get Ross. I somehow doubt this is the case, but I guess there's an outside chance.

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  24. Right. I understand that and all, but is he really going to go there if they're going to be terrible, simply because he played at UCLA? Granted, there could always be some sort of under the table deal to bring another star in, so who knows? I'm just saying I find it hard to see him going there just because of Kobe.

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  25. Anything can happen in the WWF!

    -20 years ago when fans went against what they were suppose to.

    THEY AREN'T BOOING AND CHEERING WHO I TELL THEM! I DON'T LIKE WHAT THEY ARE CHANTING!...............STOP SNEEZING DAMMIT!

    -Them today

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  26. How do you go from "Commentator" to "Shake"? Regardless, this seems legit.

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  27. They said it would "SHAKE UP the wrestling world"! I've not gone mental. :(

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  28. He's the most desperate to be famous NBA player I can remember, he wants LA to try to make him more famous.

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  29. Really? I think there's a documentary out there about it.

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  30. Very good. Totally missed that. Well done.

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  31. I don't know about being the greatest songs of the decade, but to me, the two songs that had the greatest impact on the music industry that is still felt today are Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and Dr. Dre's "Nothing But A G Thang". It was the beginning of rap music's stranglehold on the charts and ironically, the beginning of the end of rock music having a significant cultural impact in America.

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  32. Yeah, guess I've been out of the loop. The dude is a genius in a lot of ways.

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  33. Thor to be turned into a PETULANT CHILD!


    \Farva

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  34. I think there's some stuff on YouTube about how he's donating his entire fortune before he dies.

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  35. I can agree with your statement.

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  36. Not a knock on you, because I get what you're saying, but you know one way to became famous? Win. A lot.

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  37. Yeah, I happened to see a link to an article about that on Facebook. That's how I found out about his cancer.

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  38. JR would be a huge coup and might give them more marketability than any of the wrestlers they'll end up bringing in.

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  39. We're six games into the Season. Let's play it out and see where it goes.

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  40. November Rain
    Stay
    Don't Cry
    Can't Nobody Hold Me Down
    Exit Music

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  41. I can't wait to come back here at 11am-ish and read the reactions from everyone regarding the big announcement.

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  42. Oh, we know where it goes. Straight to L.A.!

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  43. Depends on your definition of culture I
    guess, but nu-metal was a pretty big deal for rock. Those bands sold millions.
    There was a lot of crossover with rap there though.

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  44. Everyone's wrong.

    The commentary team is Jesse "The Body" Ventura and Vince McMahon.

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  45. You're leaving? Stay! 46 minutes of countdown fun still to go!

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  46. Touche. So what you're saying is, Punk will feel really at home writing an origins story!

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  47. No one was wearing their hair long anymore. Tattoos and denim. No more leather. The rock bad boy was phased out. In 1989, Axl Rose was so cool with his shenanigans. By 1994, he was an embarrassment. I can appreciate progression, but rock music had a history of re-inventing itself when things got stale. But today, you wont' hear a legit rock song on Top 40 radio.

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  48. Aye, tis true. Thank god for Spotify. We've definitely got a growing metal movement in the UK again though, bands like Bring Me The Horizon, Asking Alexandria and Bullet for My Valentine are hitting arenas in a way that new bands haven't for a long time.

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  49. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonNovember 11, 2014 at 8:27 AM

    Allen Iverson asked if he would consider being an NBA head coach:

    https://vine.co/v/OebinP07252/embed

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  50. I'm pretty sure he wants more than that. Guaranty he's in at least one bad movie if he ends up in LA.

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  51. Punk is writing a story in the Thor annual, not the whole thing.

    Pretty excited about the prospect of JR calling New Japan. I've never had an issue with the Japanese commentary, but anything that gets more eyes on the product is a good thing.

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  52. but, will we have an announcement to announce if it is 11am Eastern time? I NEED TO KNOW!!

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  53. GFW's Big Announcement: Three-Sided Rings!

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  54. Wow. The Triangular-squared-circle.

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  55. In America, I guess the two biggest rock groups going or Avenged Sevenfold and Five Fingered Death Punch. Sales wise, they'll move a million albums with no hit singles. I don't think they can sell out a major arena on their own. There are many "festivals" they headline that have dozens of other bands that do major numbers. I just miss the days of a group like Aerosmith coming to Madison Square Garden with Skid Row opening and you're guaranteed 15-18k packing the place.

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  56. Meh, it was just Sam Smith pulling shit out of his ass. He's a major Bulls homer that likes to stir the pot with any rivalry.

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  57. "The WWE Universe is creating separation from the product."

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  58. I think there’s just too many bands. The internet has exposed me to like a billion different bands and the audience is just divided more. I think I liked about ten bands when I was a teenager, now I’m probably a fan of over a hundred. I think fewer bands are ever gonna reach that ultimate top level nowadays.

    I think A7X are great, but I don’t get FFDP punch at all.

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  59. I think when Vince passes, you will see someone or some company step forward and start up a legit wrestling promotion that will have the brains and the resources to last awhile. My view on it is the WWE will significantly scale down once Vince is no longer with us. I don't see HHH getting involved with anything outside of the actual wrestling product unless he's going to business school or taking online courses on how to run the company. Does Stephanie know how to handle investors and keep things like the movie division up and running? If Shane didn't leave, I would feel more confident about the WWE's chances post-Vince. But as long as Vince is breathing, no one is going to start up anything major.

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  60. Man, has Austin's podcast gone to shit or what? Feels like ever since he advertised on RAW, it's been nothing but horrible episode back to back about bullshit that I don't even give a fuck about.

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  61. lol, I heard the one FFDP song, lyrics, "Don't know where I'm going but I sure know where I've been..," and I thought, OMG Bon Jovi lyrics! I loved dozens of bands when I was teen but as I got older, and even with the internet, my interest waned. I like A&7; they mix it up and try different things. I really like Volbeat; probably because they sound like an 80s band.

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  62. It's true. He hasn't done an interview in like two weeks and it's just him rambling.

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  63. There's still my beloved Linda to deal with the biz stuff.

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  64. I kind of like the Japanese commentary and how excited they get for near-falls. Maybe it's the hipster in me.

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  65. I guess she can always come back if she's given up her political aspirations. Then again, I wouldn't be surprised if she never really left in the first place.

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  66. I’m sure with how business is Vince can pony up another 50
    million for one last Senate push.

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  67. And he didn't have another interview for another 2 weeks before that! Didn't help that his interview with Nash was pure crap

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  68. I agree. JR, at his best, was like that too.

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  69. It's her money, too! She helped build the company!

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  70. Fora guy named commander facts you couldn't be more wrong. Even twenty years ago they sweetened or edited crowd noise, or as it was called back then "piped in cheers".

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  71. who listened to hair metal when at the same time you could choose to listen to post hardcore bands instead?

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  72. Wwe wants fans to buy the network. But they dont wanna make the product better, they call their fans cheap, they make fun of fans who pay $50 or whatever it costs for a ppv, they lie to the UK fans about it and then edit out their crowd chants and tell the announcers to ignore them. I swear I hate this fucking company

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  73. If I remember correctly, her line of argument was that she was solely
    responsible for building the company, yet had nothing to do with any of the bad
    things that had ever happened there. Definitely in her last campaign she tried to
    distance herself from WWE as much as possible, despite the fact that she had no
    other qualifications whatsoever. What a waste of WWE universe money.

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  74. Linda just turned 66. Would she even want to do all the stuff Vince currently does?

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  75. Comment of the day sir

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  76. I always thought that she handled the nitty-gritty biz stuff while Vince was the figurehead and creative force behind the company.

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  77. Confirmed: JR calling Wrestle Kingdom on behalf of GFW.

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  78. That's the big announcement?

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  79. Yeah. I'd say given how big JR's podcast it's gonna a big positive for the event.

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  80. She did. The company has taken a lot of it's downturn because Vince has all of the responsibility now.

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  81. The anger of the UK fans reminds me of the outrage on the first days of the Obamacare website.

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  82. I see this as great news. Jim Ross is one of the top 2 or 3 announcers of all time. This gives GFW credibility and will make it easier for unfamiliar fans to follow the New Japan action.

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  83. It's noteworthy...but my Earth has not been shattered.

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  84. Badass. At least they differ from TNA in that their announcement is actually big

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  85. Compared to other "major" announcements in wrestling from the past few years, I'd say this is a great one.

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  86. If JR's calling the event, then they better have some well-defined rules. How will he know who the heels are if there are no rules to break?

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  87. The main event should end in a time limit draw.

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  88. But for a wrestling company(?) that hasn't yet held its first event, getting a name this big to call it is a real coup.

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  89. RAINMAKER! RAINMAKER! RAINMAKER! BAH GAWD!

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  90. They actually do follow a 'no closed fists' rule pretty stringently.

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  91. I haven't really thought about buying the New Japan PPV until now. But the prospect of Jim Ross calling matches featuring AJ Styles, Alex Shelley, Okada, and the like is really compelling to me.

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  92. They should take a cue from the wrestling scene in Madagascar, where they pioneered the two-sided ring.

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  93. Hair metal always sucked. It's true. It's undergoing a little bit of a rebirth now as well, which is a real fucking shame.

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  94. And like nu-metal, emo, though derided, sold A LOT of albums at its peak and heavily influenced popular fashion. I wouldn't say rock lacks a significant cultural impact, just that it's now secondary to hip-hop; hip-hop as a whole influences culture, whereas rock now depends on individual subgenres or scenes to get over.

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  95. I think most any WWF squash show from the
    80s and 90s would show a pretty high level of crowd sweetening to mask the fact
    that most of the crowd had fallen asleep as the taping dragged it’s way into it’s
    4th hour.

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  96. Slow update day!

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  97. This is bigger than any major announcement TNA has made in the past 7 years.

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  98. Slow professional wrestling industry is more like it.

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  99. I was thinking that he was just going to run out of steam too quick. The problem with a wrestling podcast is that you can only talk so much wrestling, with so many guests.

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  100. Are they still active? I thought when the bass player died they packed it in.

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  101. Except not racist. Odd to say wrestling fans *weren't* the bigots, but it's a new day.

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  102. Look at all these Japanese fruit booties out there! Suckas gots ta know!

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  103. I'm definitely ordering the gfw ppv. Been looking to get into njpw for a while and this seems like the perfect opportunity.

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  104. It also says exclusively in England and Ireland. I'd have to guess it'll be just like in the US without the PPVs.

    I would laugh so hard if they are negotiating with sky to get the PPVs back. The "launch date" was a bluff and Sky called them on it.

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  105. I can safely tell you that hair metal will never have a rebirth in America. No one wears their hair long. Guitar solos are considered a nuisance. And songs about T&A are reserved for the rap industry. I was a teen during the hair metal era and I embraced it. I didn't need deep lyrics and musical structure.

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  106. I remember Kanye West proclaiming that he is the biggest rock star in the world. After the laugher subsided, I realized he wasn't too far from the truth. Rappers live the lifestyles that rock singers did decades before. They have the fans that emulate them. And rap has become was rock music used to be.

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  107. Well...aside from the announcement that Hogan/Bischoff would be coming in. That was a bigger announcement...although Jim Ross coming back is definitely more promising.

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  108. I wonder if JR will do his schtick of cutting down the other company by saying something about how the "best athletes are on this show!" or "It's good to be back in a WRESTLING company!" If he wasn't turned into Ol' Droopy the McBitch, I would think he would....doubt it now.

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  109. Day 2 of the magical Disney tour. Yesterday was Tower of Terror, Indy, Star Tours, Ric Flair, Big Thunder Mountain, POTC, Little Nermaid, and Nightmare Before Christmas Holiday Mansion. Today starting with Cars Land and Toy Story Mania, eventually adding on stuff like Matterhorn and Michael Hayes and rehitting the favs

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  110. Stranger in the AlpsNovember 11, 2014 at 10:07 AM

    A news report from 1981 about the newspaper on computers?? That's crazy talk.
    Also, Chuck Norris gets his own cartoon in 1986.
    Check out the VHS box cover for Megaforce (1982).


    http://memoriesat88mph.blogspot.com/

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  111. Haha, I think JR is going to tone down his trademark expressions and call the matches like he did in WCW.

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  112. Amy Jo Johnson in her Pink Ranger costume again?

    YES! YES! YES! YES! YES!


    ...What? It's for charity!

    http://m.toofab.com/article_head.ftl?id=http://www.toofab.com/2014/11/11/amy-jo-johnson-pink-power-ranger-costume/

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  113. Oh, oh, oh... Fond memories of the days before I knew what to do with my Pink Ranger erections. Amy Jo, I love you so.

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  114. THAT NO GOOD NAKAMURA WITH HIS COOL DANCING AND SEXY HAIR AND oh god this is live.

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  115. Jim Ross calling the IWGP Pay Per View is big, but over the last ten years, JR had some issues when he was paired up with weaker color guys; they need to pair him with someone solid to get the most out of it. Still, this is a minor coup to bring some much needed respectability to the company.

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  116. Sounds like a hell of a time for the return of Mongo!

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  117. Hell yes, she can still bring it. Wonder if she's still gymnast bendy...

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  118. Hah, it's true, actually. (I guess that makes Modern Era, Politically Active Jay-Z...the new Bono?)

    Rock does need some kind of redefinition. Speaking as someone who hates the hedonistic crap in the old rock star lifestyle, I'd really like to see the advancement of the kind of rock star Cobain pointed towards, with the obvious exception of the drug use - progressive but not preachy, poetic but not pretentious, down-to-earth but not boring. Maybe that's romanticizing things a little too much, I don't know. But we've been swinging from pole to pole since, between the macho aggression of nu-metal, the histrionics of emo, and the whitebread lameness of the current indie scene. There's got to be something in-between.

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  119. Taz?
    Raven would be great, if he is focused and taking it seriously

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  120. Gunther the Nasty LoserNovember 11, 2014 at 10:33 AM

    20 greatest video games of the 80's

    http://whatculture.com/gaming/20-greatest-video-games-of-the-80s.php

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  121. I'm Jim Ross here with legendary announcer Lance Russell. Lance, this is going to be a huge night.


    It sure is, Jim. What's with all the Orientals? Is Tojo Yamamoto up to his old tricks?

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  122. There's still metal out there, just gotta work hard to find it. I recently saw Prong live at a club that likely only held like 150 people and it was awesome. I mean, sucks for them that such a great band is relegated to that but I thought it was a cool atmosphere and that must've been what it felt like to see a band like that when they first started. They didn't hold anything back even though the crowd was small.

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  123. I'd pair him up with a fresh face. It isn't clear if Jim Ross will continue with the promotion for other events past the New Japan show or not. So give us someone good that they're sure they can keep around.

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  124. Kinda disappointed no room for Castlevania.

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  125. Record companies need to get behind rock acts again and market them as such. Unfortunately, not all, but the majority of their target market is so conditioned to the three and a half assembly line created radio hits that anything with a guitar solo and loud drums would scare them off.

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  126. Prong was here a couple years ago and played in a sports bar. They were a little ahead of their time. Would have done really well in the latter part of the 90s.

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  127. What, shitty sanitized pop music?

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  128. Damn, I was hoping it was Taylor Swift!! ;-)

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  129. Rock wasn't always sanitized. But record companies always know best.

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  130. I think they were too similar to Pantera in that they were both very bass heavy. Pantera obviously took off to great heights b/c let's face it, even though I love Tommy Victor, he's definitely nowhere near as good as Dimebag Darrell was on guitar. Even though they had some pretty decent hits, they got overshadowed by Pantera b/c they didn't have anything nearly as big as Walk, CFH, etc.

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  131. I recall that Todd fellow who did Impact in 2012 not being too bad

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  132. I think Foo Fighters would like to have a word with you, though maybe you just meant metal groups.

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  133. NJPW, not IWGP lol. IWGP is the name of their titles.

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  134. If only we could have JR and Heyman

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  135. I wonder how a Keneley/Borash team would work out full-time. Because jacking Borash from TNA might not be a bad move... except for TNA.

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  136. I meant currently; I think the Foo Fighters are on a break. But what an anomaly the Foo Fighters are. I figured Grohl would release a couple albums and move on. But he put together nearly 20 years of hits.

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  137. Correct. And WCW was horrifically notorious for its piped-in "GOLDBERG!" chants, especially when the camera was shooting crowd members sitting on their ass, looking like they'd rather be anywhere else.

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  138. I was just watching some Shield vs Bryan/Kane stuff from last year, and it is a DAMN SHAME that they broke the Shield up. A year later, and we have the goofball, the cowardly heel, and a boring male model when we used to have the fucking SHIELD. So weak.

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  139. Something not a lot of music fans consider is maybe Prong didn't want to do all the stuff that a band has to do to be that mega-successful. Not everyone is welling to put in the legwork and be open minded with a record company that will inevitable tell them how they should sound. Prong probably just wanted to play their music and are obviously still making money doing their thing on a much lower scale.

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  140. There's no way Borash isn't the last one out of TNA. He's gonna be the one turning out the lights.

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  141. SHIELD six-man tags saved a lot of poor shows in the last two years.

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  142. The only silver lining in that cloud is Rollins has exceeded by miles what I thought he would top off at: A mid carder having good matches. But here he is on screen rubbing shoulders with the head of talent relations and part owner of the company.

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  143. Yeah he has great matches. But all 3 of those guys should, at the right time, have been so much more.

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  144. There's still time for all three. Reign's path has been well documented. Rollins is doing very well. But Ambrose - what a diamond in the rough. But I fear he won't get that push that would send him in the stratosphere because he's not suppose to.

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  145. I think mainly I'd prefer if Seth was out there strong on his own, rather than as you say, standing next to two idiots who have no business being involved in every storyline.

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