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Ryback Update

At one point there was talk of a Ryback vs. HHH match taking place at the Royal Rumble but there is speculation now that idea might not happen due to officials souring on Ryback's recent RAW match against Cesaro.

Credit WrestlingNewsSource.com



Full Transcript of Nikki Bella's Smackdown Promo 

On the show, the promo that Nikki cut on AJ Lee was heavily edited. Click on the link below to read the script

http://www.wrestlezone.com/news/530887-full-transcript-of-nikki-bellas-edited-wwe-smackdown-promo



WWE Offering One Year Gift Subscriptions of the Network

Currently, the WWE is offering one full year of the Network plus a Roku Streaming Stick thrown in or free for $120. Click on the link below to see the details.

http://www.wwe.com/wwenetwork/gift/roku




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Comments

  1. F'N Body Slams - Dan SelbyDecember 1, 2014 at 7:05 AM

    I'm rather confused by that gift 'deal' - it's $9.99 a month, anyway lmao

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  2. The streaming stick is $79 on its own. So you're effectively getting the network for $3.42/month.

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  3. Or a stick for 12 cents!

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  4. The stick is a nice throw-in. Plus, it's designed to give to others.

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  5. I gave your mom the stick for only 12 cents!

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  6. I like Ryback and think a lot of people don't like him because not liking things is the default smark thing to do... but if they are going to keep being unimpressed with his work and give up on pushes after they start because of it... maybe it is time to throw in the towel.

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  7. Group DD yeah! I like a woman with an empty head and a full sweater, Wooooooooooooooooooo!

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  8. They are essentially re-heating his 2012 push, which they gave up on two years ago, made him into a lower card guy then took him off TV for a few months and expected everyone to care again and for him to all of a sudden get better. It never works that way.

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  9. Well honestly he seems pretty over... and has a certain type of charisma... but instead of having him fuck around with Curtis Axel they should have made him learn how to work a match where he won't kill people... and if he couldn't learn just get rid of him... this approach is just stupid... man I used a lot of ellipses in this comment...

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  10. He hasn't evolved one bit since the last time they tried to push him. They're doing the exact same thing that failed the first time around, based off (I think) a good crowd reaction when he came back.

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  11. "There is speculation now that idea might not happen due to officials souring on Ryback's recent RAW match against Cesaro."

    Or Triple H listened to the Punk podcast and, in addition to becoming pissed at Punk, realized that Ryback doesn't know how to work a match without breaking his opponent's bones and decided to change plans.

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  12. Its the WWE and their shitty way of booking people. Out of the blue they expect you just to believe that someone is a big deal, despite being a joke of sorts for a year and a half. Plus, after three weeks of TV revolving around him, he is the first eliminated on his team at Survivor Series. That's awful and people wonder why those here shit all over WWE's storylines and booking philosophies.

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  13. Wait a minute, I remember being very impressed with the Ryback/Cesaro match, and felt Ryback did a good job keeping up. So that confuses me.

    Also, I wonder if HHH/Ryback would be a message to Punk saying "I'm not a big wuss, so I'll gladly work with him, and I won't get hurt".

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  14. To be honest, it can work sometimes. Like I really don't care how many times Ziggler jobbed in the past year, he seems like a big deal now. I think most casual fans actually have short memories. Dolph is on a roll right now, that's all that matters.

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  15. Agreed. He is over and could be a big deal... but they didn't use the time after his initial push wisely... I blame him to a degree also... but if you are going to keep getting pushed it is hard to understand why you should get any better at what you are doing (other that genuine pride in what you do).

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  16. No matter what happened, Ziggler always got great crowd reactions. They love him.

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  17. Son of bitch!

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  18. Yep, for me, it's the fire he kept showing, even with the losses. Like he so badly wanted to break through, and that didn't only show in real life, but in his character too. It's easy to get behind that, and I'm glad he kept working hard.

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  19. that isn't the part I struggle with. I struggle with their own decision making... if they see he isn't improving why start the push in the first place, why not say "If you improve we see big things for you, but you need to work at it and show us you deserve it."

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  20. Yeah that's true, since there are other big guys that could be put in his spot (like Big E for example). Gotta have some improvement eventually.

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  21. "Wait a minute, I remember being very impressed with the Ryback/Cesaro
    match, and felt Ryback did a good job keeping up. So that confuses me."

    Maybe your judgement is flawed?

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  22. Maybe?! Maybe?!

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  23. I went into the match feeling sorry for Cesaro, that he's basically have to "slow down" so Ryback doesn't look terrible. It was actually a solid big vs big match. I think others gave it an easy 3 stars actually. I just didn't think Ryback looked bad in it.

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  24. They should have Ryback/HHH do the table spot that injured Punk, and have HHH completely no-sell it

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  25. Big E is another guy I was enjoying initially that has floundered for over a year. I apparently enjoy muscle head gimmicks.

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  26. Crikey Mate Down Under AussieDecember 1, 2014 at 7:23 AM

    So will there be more Punk chants than usual at Raw? Not sure how much of the fanbase listened to the podcast.

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  27. I never got why they gave up Big E so quickly. The guy shows a ton of charisma on social media but they never let him speak or do anything. And him doing the 5 count gimmick in Developmental could have gotten over big on the main roster.

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  28. Cesaro could have a 3 star match with a bucket of shit, doesn't mean a bucket of shit should start main eventing pay per views.

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  29. I'm sure a few will chant, and others will join along.

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  30. I honestly don't remember it. But there seems to be a lot of credible evidence that Ryback is dangerous to work with.

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  31. I'm going to have to look on YouTube for Bucket of Shit. The guy seems impressive if he can have a 3 star match.

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  32. He has hurt quite a few people

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  33. Or DOES it?!?!?!

    That is a million dollar idea!

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  34. I don't know man, that bucket has strong wrestling lineage in Moppy and Duke Droese's dumpster

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  35. SO YOU DID NOT WATCH! THEN YOU SUCK! I WATCHED, SO MY OPINION MATTERS!!


    Sorry, sorry. I had to do it. :)

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  36. I'm just saying in all honesty, I was fearing for the worst, and felt Ryback held his own. So I'm surprised that this specific match made them lose confidence in him, when it could have been 100 times worse.

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  37. I didn't say I didn't watch, I just don't remember it.

    But I'm glad I could help you get that off your chest.

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  38. Ryback is great. Until he starts moving around and tries to wrestle, or even walking properly.


    That's when he gets into trouble.

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  39. Typical smarks. Defending bucket of shit. Sick of it.

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  40. That's what she said!

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  41. Bucket of Shit had a really disappointing house show match with broomstick in the 80s, so they gave up on him.

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  42. The news about Ryback says more about their opinion about Cesaro than it does about Ryback's prospects.

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  43. Yeah, not sure what happened there. His push halted at an incredible SPEED, and he was FORCED down the card.

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  44. That does sound like the type of macho sour grapes thing they would do.

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  45. Hey, it made Warrior's night under a WCW ring miserable. That is why they love it.

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  46. Cesaro is really far down the card now. The fans stopped caring about him too. You can hear a pin drop when he wrestles now.

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  47. His promos got a lot better as 2013 went on. He should maybe just be some better wrestlers angry bodyguard.

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  48. Well today is a NEW DAY maybe he still has a chance

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  49. But its a NEW DAY. No telling what can happen now

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  50. HAHAHAHA I GOT THERE FIRST!!!

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  51. That WOULD be a classic Triple H move.

    "Nobody laid down for me to make me a star! And when other guys didn't want to work with Ryback because they said he was dangerous, I stepped up and did what was best for THIS BUSINESS!"

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  52. Call me overly naive, but I think he could be rebuilt yet again. Give him a month or 2 of strong wins, and BAM. (whether they actually do this, is another question). But with his move set, he can always be a big player at any time they choose.

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  53. Bully Ryback was a really good character

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  54. <<< Franchise Player

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  55. If you keep on losing and turn face, you have a chance

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  56. Well, when you take away his best spot (the Swing) after Heyman promoted him as "The Sultan of Swing"... what do you expect?

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  57. Agreed... I just don't think they see him that way for whatever reason,

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  58. This is true. They've pushed and depushed Ziggler a dozen times now (and probably will do so again) and the fans always rally around him when they actually push him. Cesaro is at his talent level.

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  59. I'll say it again, the decision to align him with Heyman was a terrible choice. He should have been a face after splitting from Swagger and Zeb. I have no reason why they went the route they did. Cesaro was getting great reactions from the crowd before that.

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  60. I'll just put this here too:

    The ultimate WWE troll job would be the Wrestlemania 31 main event of Miz vs Ryback. BOOK IT!

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  61. Yeah, seems bad for caesaro.
    I hope they put him in a tag team ( maybe back with Swagger?) and let him have good maches with New Day/USO's/Ascension, and let him get reheated.

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  62. They would lose a shitload. But it would be an entertaining dumpster fire

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  63. Gotta be s "Main Event" attraction, third from the top.

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  64. I think it would have been perfect had he just turned face at SummerSlam, when Heyman was ignoring him while drooling over Brock.



    So I had no problem with the Heyman thing to keep him busy and credible for a few months... But the follow up was just non existant. It could have worked, they just forgot about him.

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  65. It was clear they never thought of Cesaro as a top of the card guy with the Heyman alignment. Seems like Vince gave up on him after two weeks

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  66. Only if we involve HHH somehow. There's not enough hatred for those two guys. They've both been pretty entertaining recently.

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  67. I find it weird, if they didn't see him as a top guy, why give him the WM 30 battle royale? did they see a future in him, then suddenly change their minds? (see? I don't defend WWE about *EVERYTHING*!)

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  68. HHH can win Money In The Bank on the same night. That would give us hope for the future, a guaranteed HHH title reign on the cards.

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  69. HHH is quite popular amongst quite a few "smarks" these days. Certainly more than the Miz is.

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  70. Keller said that HHH is a big advocate of Cesaro but Vince does not see him as a top guy at all. Vince just doesnt see it with him I guess.

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  71. I almost feel like he should win a battle royal at Mania again, essentially just hitting the reset button. It's sad, though--if you had a power rankings listing, Cesaro probably would've cracked the Top 5 during Wrestlemania week.

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  72. Oh, this troll job is specifically designed at Punk, and nobody else. (but yep, HHH as a special ref)

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  73. I would have thought the exact opposite:


    Vince: He's freakishly strong like Cena
    HHH: But he turned down my workout offer.

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  74. It failed last time because he lost several consecutive PPV matches. Ryback failing isn't an inevitability the way some act like it is. The guy isn't Daniel Bryan, but he does have a lot of personality/charisma and the fans seem to appreciate that.

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  75. It would prove or disprove punks statement that mania itself is the draw.

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  76. I think I counted 9 consecutive PPV's in a row that he appeared on without getting a win. Ridiculous.

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  77. I thought Vince was more about the physique than functional strength (although Cena fulfills both of those). Cesaro has a great physique, but he's more lean/ripped than huge. And he has that sort of old school wrestler thing going on that I could see HHH being a fan of.

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  78. I imagine it would disprove the statement pretty handily, and I like the Miz and love The Ryback.

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  79. The highest grossing movie of all time?

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  80. It's difficult to know exactly when they gave up on him. He won at Extreme Rules and was in Money In The Bank's main event, but even by MITB I think he'd been jobbing away on TV.

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  81. You probably can't tell what's actually happening in the ring and are just enjoying the spectacle of a match.

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  82. MikeyMike, WitnessDecember 1, 2014 at 7:42 AM

    Make is a Three Stages of Hell match too.

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  83. If that's the case, then I'm happy to be "foolish and happy". At least that allows me to enjoy wrestling without nitpicking at every little thing. YAY ME!!

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  84. See, this is how you use trolling powers for good (entertainment value) rather than evil.

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  85. Yep, he was the definition of "Jobber to the stars". I hope he saved his money smartly though, as he was in a lot of high profile PPV matches. Lots of guys would just blow it all in a few months.

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  86. Watching the Kayfabe Commentaries "Back to the Territories" with Cornette and Duggan talking about Mid South. Great stuff.

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  87. I'd love to see that, but I doubt the Ryback could get Trips up for the military press the way he did Punk. HHH is almost as big as Da Big Guy.

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  88. You don't think Ryback is strong enough to military press HHH? I disagree.

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  89. At this point I don't have any interest in watching a match like that. I've seen thousands of matches, there is nothing new for me. A babyface come back, a big high spot, whatever, not that interesting to me personally. I can only enjoy a match by watching it to see who is doing what, and how they are pulling off the match. Its also why my star ratings are so precise.

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  90. The Roku stick package idea is a great one. Been saying they should partner with Roku for a while now, makes total sense. They need to go all out to gain awareness and get the product in front of people. Well, that and improve the shit out of it too.

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  91. His food bill has to be 100k month. There is a pretty funny video of Al Snow talking about how much he eats.

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  92. *Working with Cesaro exposes Ryback*
    *Instead of pushing Cesaro in exchange, they just decide to de-push Ryback*
    *No one gets over*

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  93. oh right, the star ratingz criteria. You need to educate Andy!

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  94. Bastards need to have an affiliate program for the network something fierce... I could sell the shit out of this... but I only put out content I think will get me paid. If it don't make dollars it don't make sense.

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  95. Yeah, I mean, I don't get why WWE thinks Cesaro "exposed" Ryback since 1) they know good and well what the guy is like in the ring, and 2) I actually thought it was one of his more hard-hitting matches.


    Ryback isn't the next Terry Gordy or anything, but I feel like he's a perfectly serviceable bruiser-type in a WWE era that doesn't have a lot of those. They don't have to push him to the moon, but I wish they'd actually stick with one of his pushes for more than two months just to see where it goes.

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  96. There was time in 2012 when his strength was in question as he struggle with lifting some average (by wrestling standards) guys. He had major problems with Paul Heyman, for example. I think his functional strength has improved since then, though.

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  97. Yeah the whole Cesaro/Ryback and Ryback vs. HHH story seems completely fabricated.

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  98. "Smarks like this, smarks do that..." Why is the word "smark" used in a derogatory way? Isn't the definition of smark: Smart Mark....just someone who knows the business is worked, but watches it and/or buys shows/ppvs/network/merch anyway?


    When did this become some sort of hivemind with a negative connotation? I only know of one or two people here that seem to bitch about nearly everything, but that doesn't really constitute an entire community, does it?


    Anyway, it's just interesting to me is all.

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  99. He's too far gone to use the Dooley system but he could still provide a fun and timely recap of raw and utilize his own unique match rating system. I might have to watch one match from raw tonight so I can double check his rating and method in the comments.

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  100. No one but Vince Jordan uses the term smark negatively.

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  101. That's just crazy talk. Stop talking crazy.

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  102. WTF with the Nikki Bella promo? Is she a face or a heel? And then you read her and Cena's tweets about the edited promo and how Cena is proud of Nikki for "speaking from the heart." I have to imagine this is due to Nikki's comments about caring about the kids in the audience.


    So I have to ask again: Is Nikki a face or a heel? If she's cutting a promo about how AJ doesn't care about the kids, whines and is a loner, then what the hell have the last three-plus months of Nikki being a royal b**** meant? I almost have to think that Cena and Nikki are trying to retcon Nikki's heel turn in a purely self-serving way.


    Jesus, my head hurts.

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  103. No, I've seen from more than just VJ.

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  104. She's not face or heel. She's FEARLESS.

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  105. Eff that. I want to see Miz vs. Mizdow in a match for the right to The Miz gimmick.


    Seeing Miz flounder because he's forced to be Mike Mizanin would be comedy gold.

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  106. Ryback hit both Mark Henry and the Big Show with the Shell Shocked in 2013. The Heyman botch wasn't too long before that, so I don't think the problem there was with strength. Heyman is nowhere near as heavy as Henry or Show.

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  107. Could you imagine hhh working a program with Ryback? There might not be enough dirt in Connecticut for how bad the big guy would get buried.

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  108. Yup. This means they see him more as a utility guy. Like they did with Val Venis, who would be put in matches against up-and-comers and would report back with a thumbs up or thumbs down (from a shoot interview he did, I believe).

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  109. Maybe she went off book a little bit...

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  110. All the guys I've seen Ryback military press were on the smaller/leaner side (Punk, Rhodes, Cesaro, Ziggler) and he seemed to struggle slightly with just about all of them. HHH is much bigger than any of those guys.

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  111. Bucket of Shit was reportedly on the shortlist to get the title in the fall of 92.

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  112. If she's so fearless, why did it take her so long to tell us about Brie's hijinks at prom night, taking final exams, and being responsible for 9/11? Sorry, I'm not buying it.

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  113. "No one that matters uses the term negatively."


    That's my take on it.

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  114. For me, "smark" is indeed derogatory now. Basically it's the new term for "overly negative/nitpicky/know-it-all". "Typical Smark" or "Super Smark" can also be used, if it's simpler.

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  115. She was afraid of #BRIEMODE

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  116. Now I picture Batista in that role. Thumbs up..... They overpush a guy for 3 years, to terrible results.... Then Batista turns the thumb down. DAMN YOU BATISTA!!

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  117. The company is writing awful storylines and this is one of them.

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  118. Okay, so you made me want to read the transcript and I did....


    ....and I have no idea.

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  119. Ugh I clicked the Bella promo link...wtf is she talking about and of course they cut a divas promo, I'm sure it was to save time and other than the match she had she this is the best fat to cut off the show. I don't even get it, is that supposed to mean anything to people? She was a heel like two weeks ago right?

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  120. Punk talked bad about Ryback. HHH would do everything in his power to make him look like the safest and most talented guy in the world.

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  121. This is a company that took about four months to figure out whether or not The Authority were faces or heels, and they were the main focus of the shows.

    with that in mind, this Nikki Bella stuff is par for the course.

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  122. Thinking about wwe Bella's logic is like staring into the sun. Don't do it.

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  123. HA! sounds like my job! We pick a few random bills/claims, and double check it. You shall do the same tonight!

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  124. *Batista comes through the curtain(


    HHH: "Hey Dave, what do you think?"


    *Thumbs up*


    World champion Bo Dallas

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  125. Right ahead of Tito Santana.

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  126. I think lumping people into one category to suit your opinion is as negative as the opinions expressed by the person you're calling a "smark" in the first place.

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  127. What's funny about the whole Cesaro thing is they had a chance to turn him face but they didn't yet they keep on shoving Jack Swagger down our throats as this big patriot face. The minute they separate Swagger from Zeb he becomes "Curtis Axel," but Swagger has been their pet project for years so he must get over no matter what it takes.

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  128. 1. Brie quits WWE to save Bryan's title. Bryan is stripped of the title anyway.
    2. Nikki is punished by Stephanie because Stephanie is bitter about Brie.
    3. Nikki turns on Brie and joins Stephanie, her tormentor.
    4. We get the physical trainer affair with Bryan, "died in the womb!" and Jerry Springer as a reward.
    5. Brie goes into #BRIEMODE and challenges Nikki, but then loses and has to become her BITCH.
    6. Brie helps arch enemy Nikki win the title because reasons.
    7. Nikki, a character with no redeeming qualities, cuts an impassioned promo to get fans on her side. Cena applauds.


    I don't know, man. It all makes sense to me.

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  129. I honestly think this was a shoot... it's the only thing that makes sense because the promo doesn't fit her character, it would be typical of a girl to be catty like that when it isn't appropriate, and would explain why they cut it down.

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  130. I'll be perfectly honest, I have paid ZERO attention to the whole Bella thing. Simply do not care. So if it's horrible, in this case, I'll take your words for it.

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  131. Will never happen, but if Ryback gets a "dumb as fuck" chant I'll laugh hysterically

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  132. HowmuchdoesthisguyweighDecember 1, 2014 at 8:06 AM

    Fantastic idea.

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  133. I don't know, of all the people who have been absurdly jobbed out in the past 5 years, I'd say Swagger is one of the biggest victims. 6'7, 270 lbs, amateur wrestling credentials... And he's one step above Zach Ryder it seems. A few random pushes here and there, but he usually loses.

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  134. What a six months of shit this has turned out to be.

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  135. Scroll down half a page. I've detailed the complex, intricate, ever-evolving plot that would make Shakespeare, Shelley, and Shyamalan proud.

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  136. Fireman's carry for the Shell Shock is a helluva lot easier than a military press.

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  137. Yeah, but then you have to ask....what the fuck was she really shooting on? AJ's interaction with fans? I've never heard anything negative said about how AJ treats fans.


    It's so confusing.

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  138. hmmm.... I think i'll stick to my "not caring" thing. This is one of the few instances that I'm giving you guys the benefit of the doubt that something sucks. :)

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  139. "Awful" isn't a strong enough adjective. "Atrocious" or "abysmal" might work better.


    Don't get me started on the other 25 letters of the alphabet...

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  140. Just saw reys pic of konnan getting arrested at the Chargers vs Raiders game. To anyone who lives in the area (either here or up there) and doesn't like either team this is such a stereotypical thing and why I hate going to those games. ARRIBA LA RAZA

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  141. I'm not sure if it helps Sandow's career long term, but those two could make it highly engaging and funny. I liked it, anyway.

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  142. 9 upvotes for Scott and none for me! I introduced Bucket Of Shit! This is outrageous!

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  143. WTF? I have not heard of this.

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  144. You've chosen well.

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  145. You got buried by politics.

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  146. Thank you for being perfectly honest, Vince.

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  147. It's called hell week. Raiders fans are dicks.

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  148. Alright that is a very good point, but I could also see the production being like "oh we gotta 40 seconds, hmmm..."

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  149. I never understood this "You prefer watching a certain team that is different from the team that I prefer watching, so I will now try to physically injure you because of that".

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  150. Is that Rey in the front of the photo? He looks like a total dope - now I'm glad he got booed at the Rumble.

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  151. Gang gang gang all the way. I've been to 3 of them and it was like being in a prison riot. You just don't bring kids and girls to those games because its fist fight, drunk pissing, stabbing, more fights, gang posturing, robberies, and then more fights.

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  152. MikeyMike, WitnessDecember 1, 2014 at 8:16 AM

    Why did he get arrested? I listened to the MLW pod last night and Konnan was on and must have completely missed it.

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  153. http://411mania.com/wrestling/rey-mysterio-posts-pic-of-konnan-in-handcuffs-from-nfl-game/
    ODELAY HOLMES!!!

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  154. "I'm giving you guys the benefit of the doubt." Thanks dad! :)

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  155. Even Big Show thinks these turns don't make any sense.

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  156. Some straight up strawberries started perpetrating and K Dawg regulated

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  157. *Matt gives me hug ala Mick Foley
    *I have a appaled and freaked out look, like Mcmahon.

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  158. Also chargers fans are dicks so its really a perfect storm of Mexican trouble making.

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  159. I remember a few years ago, the Raiders' final game was at home against SD, and they were in the playoffs with a win. They lost, and the fans were shown just quietly leaving the stands. I was seriously shocked that they were so behaved.

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  160. Everything about that sentence sounds legit.

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  161. You missed it, bud. Konnan explained it in his podcast. Pretty much Konnan needed Rey's keys for something but he was near an area where workers of the stadium told him he wasn't allowed to cross. Konnan said he wasn't leaving anywhere because he needed the keys and the cops basically profiled him as a drunk rowdy fan (he was sober) and detained him aggressively to send a message to any of the Raider's fans. He never got arrested just detained.

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  162. Now I know how everyone feels. :(

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  163. LOL Because of his face?

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  164. Then they'll randomly push Cesaro to a top feud despite treating him like a nobody for 8 months. When the match doesn't sell out a 20,000 seat arena, he'll be blamed for not getting over.

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  165. Here. Have an upvote, kid. Hang in there.

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  166. Well, he does have a stupid Mexican Cabbage Patch kid face, so I see why you would be glad to boo that.

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  167. MikeyMike, WitnessDecember 1, 2014 at 8:21 AM

    Before the Network, I'd go to a restaurant to watch the PPVs. There were two guys that liked the Miz which did not make one guy happy. He proceeded to yell "QUIT CHEERING FOR THE MIZ! ITS NOT FUCKING FUNNY" and tried to fight them. It was hilarious.

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  168. Also, Ryback has one bad match so they stop his push.

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  169. -_______________________-

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  170. *and the cops basically profiled him as a drunk BOWTY BOWTY AND ROWDY ROWDY fan


    Fixed that for you.

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  171. Thanks buddy.

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  172. So how does Dougie look in person? Always wondered.

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  173. Colt Cabana has a podast you might want to be a guest on.

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  174. Just stay away from the ice packs.

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  175. Speech impediment kills him.

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  176. I COULDN'T ASK FOR ANOTHER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I COULDN'T ASK FOR ANOTHER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    GROOVE IS IN THE HEAAAAAAAARTTTT!!!!!!!!


    Deee-Lite for the win!

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  177. People are predictably freaking out in Hillbillystan over the uppity negroes who play for the Rams using their first amendment rights to make a statement yesterday.

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  178. He's pretty much always had a manager/mouthpiece though. So that really shouldn't affect anything. Oh well, lots of wasted potential.

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  179. "We haven't done anything with Ryback in a while, maybe he doesn't suck any more?" "Oh man, what a shock, he still sucks, nevermind."

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  180. What did they do? Tre Mason got in me the fantasy playoffa singlehandedly so I don't want anyone being mean to him.

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  181. To be fair, isn't it now pretty much factually proven that the cop acted in self defense? I kind of understand the cops being upset.

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  182. They did a "hands up, don't shoot" motion while entering the field.

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  183. Chris Givens, Kenny Britt, Tavon Austin, Jared Cook and Stedman Bailey came out with the "hands up" pose, then the rest of the team followed them out of the tunnel.

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  184. In hindsight the Raiders should have done that first.

    *rim shot*

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  185. Not exactly, no. Not all the witnesses corroborated Wilson's testimony.

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  186. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessDecember 1, 2014 at 8:29 AM

    Walked out the subway and to my interview, looking fantastic in my suit, "Cult of Personality" blaring in my headphones. Got to the front of the building for my interview, knelt on the ground, looked at my watch and yelled out, "IT'S CLOBBERING TIME!" Police arrested me before I got in the building. Plus, I ruined my suit pants by kneeling. Just got released on bail.

    I'm going home.

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  187. Extant1979 - Mr. Cable AccessDecember 1, 2014 at 8:30 AM

    That's what I thought happened...

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  188. I think it's time to accept that there CAN be the occasional honest white cop, and the occasion black criminal. I mean, it's way out there, but it CAN be possible at least 1% of the time.

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  189. Then how do you differentiate people who know how things work but are not particularly negative from people who don't know how it works at all and just always thought it was cool how Undertaker could do magic?

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  190. This checks out.

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