Sunday, January 25, 2015

BoD Daily Update


The Rock Appearing at the Royal Rumble?

Dave Scherer of PWInsider.com has confirmed that the Rock has been spotted at the hotel in Philadelphia that the WWE talent is staying for the Royal Rumble

http://pwinsider.com/article/91082/royal-rumble-spoiler-notes.html?p=1


Sheamus Update

Right now there is talk that Sheamus will not be in Philadelphia for the Royal Rumble after all.

http://pwinsider.com/article/91082/royal-rumble-spoiler-notes.html?p=1



WWE Wrestler Quits the Company

Just this weekend Justin Gabriel has quit the WWE. The are currently no specific details about the situation at the moment.

http://wrestlinginc.com/wi/news/2015/0125/588838/former-wwe-tag-team-champion-quits-wwe/

424 comments:

  1. Watching STNG season 5 bluray.

    Fuck yeah.

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  2. Sheamus, getting on that perpetual Evan Bourne "almost back, but not really" grind.

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  3. Hm. Dwayne promo. Oh joy.

    Well, should be entertaining, which is more than most promos can say these days. Wonder if he'll try and give the rub to his cousin.

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  4. I just finished my third rewatch of Deep Space Nine. I think I'm slowly coming to realize that it's my favorite show of all-time. And yet, I just haven't been able to get into any other Star Trek show.

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  5. The Rock is the one guy who could win the Rumble who is not Daniel Bryan and the crowd would pop huge. Rock/Lesnar is a huge Mania match, despite both men being part timers. Tonight should be very, very interesting.

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  6. Kern kinda got a shitty deal in the STNG verse.

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  7. The Rock vs Daniel Bryan at Wrestlemania please. Pretty please.

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  8. No. Nonononononono.

    Dwayne shouldn't wrestle anymore. He can't stay healthy.

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  9. Hooray for more part time guys!

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  10. It would be one match, then you have Rollins cash in immediately afterwards. Boom, a star is born.

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  11. If I am TNA, I'm calling up Justin Gabriel. He is talented and has barely been on WWE TV for the past few years. He can reinvent himself there

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  12. I've read some people predicting that Rock is going to be in the Rumble, but to me, it makes more sense for him to somehow setup a program for Mania where he teams with Sting against HHH and a partner, since I just don't think they're going to give Sting a one-on-one match, plus they set up a HHH-Rock match at the Smackdown anniversary special.


    That said, this Rumble has tons of potential to be the most loaded for surprise entrances in some time. You could throw Rock in there, Orton, rumors of some old timers like DDP, an NXT guy or two. Could be a really fun Rumble. Of course, Alex Riley is one of the announced participants, suggesting that we're going to get a lot of dead wood. Hopefully, the wood is in there for some huge clearing spot, and not just to clutter up the ring like 2007.

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  13. I agree, but the IWC would just look at it as TNA picking up WWE's garbage.

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  14. DS9 has aged remarkably well, especially the later seasons. I didn't care for it when it debuted, and only started watching when Worf came over. I really love it more, and I hope it gets the bluray treatment.

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  15. I have a feeling he's more interested in Lucha Underground or Japan

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  16. Maybe but Gabriel has been wasting away in the WWE and if he gets some actual time to do something, it will be worth it. Its not like he is Heath Slater or Titus O'Neill.

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  17. I do wonder whom it would benefit Rollins the most to win the title from. Rock could put him over huge, beating Brock would be massive, Cena would be big, Reigns would be decent, and stealing it from Bryan after he finally culminates his WM journey would get big heat. So many options.

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  18. Reigns will probably get the Khali 2007 push, assuming he isn't actually winning the thing.

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  19. I'd rather they stop bringing in one or part timers for matches.

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  20. Always look forward to the rumble.

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  21. Me too. Id rather see Bryan/Lesnar. But Rock/Lesnar is a blockbuster, and Mania is about business above all.

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  22. I bet he ends up in Lucha Underground. Is he a US citizen?

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  23. I'm scared they're going to try to use Rock to make Roman Reigns a bigger deal than he is.

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  24. Always bugs me that worf no sells romulan tasha. Dude should have FREAKED OUT.

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  25. Oh absolutely. Even if it's a completely foregone conclusion or there is no potential for surprises, I always get hyped for the Rumble.


    It's the closest thing to dependable, annual magic that pro wrestling gets to have. At the very least, it's the most it ever feels like a sporting event.

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  26. Is there any match at the Royal Rumble besides the World Title match and the Rumble that won't suck a dogs dick?

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  27. why scared/ Makes sense for them to use the Rock like that.

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  28. The New Day vs. Cesaro, Kidd and Rose could be a lot of fun. No idea why it's an elimination match though.

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  29. Rock in a tag ain't happening. Sting in a tag ain't happening. Tags are for Raws. They're no buys.

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  30. Bryan/Lesnar would be a better match, and with the right promotion, bigger.

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  31. It's on the pre-show so it'll probably get some time.

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  32. For part timers, the Royal Rumble is the perfect space for them.

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  33. It seems like every Cesaro match lately is 5 minutes long with Cesaro looking weak and him doing the job. I highly doubt it. It would be good if Vince gave a damn about the people in this match, but since he doesn't, it will suck and have an elimination about every minute.

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  34. But is it, though? I mean, I guess it would be, since Rock is a huge star, Lesnar is a UFC legend, and a lot of people didn't see them wrestle in 2002. But that match just does nothing for me. Especially if it's somehow for the title.


    I already felt they've blown the follow-up on Lesnar ending the streak, but if he winds up paired with Rock a year later, that would more or less cement it as a mistake.

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  35. In the rumble. Not winning it, or a singles match, and Dwayne won't be doing that.

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  36. I'll eat a hat made out of marzipan if Cesaro isn't the first one eliminated. Hell, I have no faith he'll last very long into the match.

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  37. Because Daniel Bryan will already BE a bigger deal than Reigns without needing the Rock's help. So he's the one they should be pushing.

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  38. Better match, yes. But Bryan isn't doing bigger business than Rock. I love DB in a borderline romantic way, but no.

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  39. Actually, it probably wouldn't be a bad idea. They ARE cousins, after all.


    Hell, why not get the whole damn family together for an eight-man against HHH and the Authority? Rock, Reigns, Usos vs. HHH, Show/Kane, Rollins (or, preferably, heel Sheamus)

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  40. Maybe when Reigns wins the Rumble, Rock will come out and endorse him so the crowd doesn't totally take a dump on the finish.

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  41. This IS the WWE we're talking about. I'm still not convinced we aren't getting Cena/Lesnar part 37 at Mania.

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  42. I think there's a difference between taking a legitmate young, talented guy like Gabriel and pushing him to the top then taking guys like the Outlaws who are way past their expiration date and pushing them (like they did a few years ago).


    I have no problem with them pushing a guy like Bobby Lashley.

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  43. Rock didn't move the needle during his last run, and ppv bus are no longer a thing.

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  44. It could, since they're family and it makes sense for Rock to endorse him. Then again, Rock's endorsement didn't do much for Cena at WM29. Of course, you could argue that's because it looked like Rock was only doing it because he had sniper sights targeting him.

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  45. That would be funny. Although I wouldn't mind seeing Rock vs. Reigns in a year or so.

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  46. I could absolutely see them thinking, "Well, we had Lesnar end the Streak so we could eventually use it to put one of our regular guys over. Does anyone have an argument for why it shouldn't be Cena?"

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  47. If we are indeed going to have to sit through Reigns as a main eventer for the next 12-24 months then WWE might as well do everything they can to help him.

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  48. The fact that we believe that Adam Fucking Rose will outlast Cesaro says everything that's wrong with WWE today. You're probably right though. If I were booking it, I'd have Cesaro win after being the last man standing, then get on the mic and apologize for sucking so much lately but say he's back to his old self and he's entering the Royal Rumble (then give him an impressive in the rumble itself). Of course that aint happening.

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  49. 12-24 months might be a conservative estimate considering how WWE likes to keep the same main eventers in rotation nowadays.

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  50. Honestly, it's WM. I'm not sure it'll matter what the card is.


    Maybe Rock/Lesnar will be one of those big spectacle matches that draws in even non-fans, or maybe it'll just be a clunker that stinks up the card. It's hard to know.


    I know Lesnar is pretty much done, but if I were WWE, I'd start planning how to use Rock for 31. Gotta start thinking about how they're going to sell out that 100,000+ seat stadium.

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  51. I don't think you can argue Rock being a draw. Both Manias he main evented against Cena were big business from what I understand

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  52. Crikey Mate Down Under AussieJanuary 25, 2015 at 9:34 AM

    HAPPY AUSTRALIA DAY!

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  53. "IT'S THE VIGILANTE STNG!"

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  54. That's more about WM itself than the headliners.

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  55. 12-24 months is a pipe dream not seen since before Mario discovered the warp whistle.

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  56. Even if it gets time, Cesaro still get eliminated 3 minutes in.

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  57. Llol

    Should have seen that coming.

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  58. Just wishful thinking I guess :)

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  59. Rock's return at Mania 27 was up 30 percent domestically from the year before with a much weaker card

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  60. One of the most perplexing Rumble moments:


    R-Truth goes on a rampage and eliminates both Big Show and Kane in 2010 like it's nothing.

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  61. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcE0aAhbVFc

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  62. "When will you Australians learn? In America, we stopped using corporal punishment, and things have never been better. The streets are safe. Old people strut confidently in the darkest alleys. And the weak and nerdy are admired for their computer-programming abilities. So, like us, let your children run wild and free! 'Cos as the old saying goes, "let your children run wild and free.".

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  63. WrestleMania:
    -Lesnar vs. Rock
    -Sting vs. Triple H
    -Cena vs. Rusev
    -Bryan vs. Kane
    -Reigns vs. Big Show
    -Orton vs. Rollins


    ...Deal with it!

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  64. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObgpFydLOcw

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  65. And with this being the first $10 Mania, his presence is arguably more important than ever.

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  66. Uh. Ok then. Definite headscratcher.

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  67. Rock surprise entrant to Royal Rumble. Eliminates Rusev, then stuff happens and Rusev causes Rock's elimination. Rock vs Rusev at WM so Cena can main event against Rollins for WWE title and Reigns and Lesnar have undercard match. Put money on it.

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  68. There are zero matches I want to see on that card.

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  69. Has there been any scuttlebutt on why Cesaro has constantly jobbed the past few months?

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  70. I think it was the Big Show and Mark Henry, but yeah that was very strange.

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  71. Ah, you're right.


    But yeah, it was all the stranger that he dumped them both simultaneously.

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  72. Oppositely, Cesaro beast modes everyone at the Wrestlemania battle royale, will probably be eliminated in 3 seconds tonight

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  73. Crikey Mate Down Under AussieJanuary 25, 2015 at 9:43 AM

    Be-er?

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  74. I could see something to that effect happening, although it'd be very shocking for WWE to have Rock and Lesnar both at WrestleMania and not against each other since that's been their dream since they concluded Rock/Cena.

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  75. Comments about Orton/Cena few months ago I think

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  76. Didn't get Vince's brass anal ding

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  77. Cena vs. Rollins vs. Bryan vs. Lesnar as the main event of WM 31.
    Rusev vs. The Rock
    Sting vs. HHH
    Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt (Hell in a Cell)

    I have no basis for most of this but I would secretly like to see it.

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  78. Does it suck? Yes. Does WWE do sucky things? Yes. All the time.

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  79. If they put Bryan v. Kane on the WM card, then I'm canceling the network and the hell with this company.

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  80. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 25, 2015 at 9:44 AM

    Great day so far. I woke up and my hamstring no longer hurts. Also, I went to the strip club last not quite drunk and and only spent $20 for a round of drinks!

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  81. This isn't 1999. No way in hell does HHH Rock happen on smackdown, even if its an anniversary special.

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  82. I've seen too many episodes of total Divas -- I can tell Nikki and Brie apart without looking at their ttis.

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  83. Totally agree.

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  84. I wonder if they're bringing in Rock because they're just now realizing, "Holy fuck, Wrestlemania is $10 this year."


    They're going to have to sell SO many damn subscriptions now that there's no built-in commitment.

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  85. What did he say?

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  86. Oh for the love of Christ, Buddha, Yahweh, Muhammed, Shiva and other deities...

    NO MORE AMBROSE VS. WYATT!!!!

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  87. How about your banjo string?

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  88. He didn't grab the brass ring, duh.


    Or, "they can heat him up whenever they want" from the summer.

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  89. I can only tell them apart because Nikki has bitchy resting face.

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  90. "Fuck seeing that goddamn match for the 40th time"


    Or something like that.

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  91. He gave an interview and said he was sick of seeing it for the 27th time

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  92. For the love of every other deity...


    NO MORE MULTI-MAN WORLD TITLE MATCHES AT WRESTLEMANIA.

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  93. Hahaha. I guess I don't remember hearing about this. That's awesome.

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  94. More. Give me more! Pappa Shango as the ref with the voodoo bullshit

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  95. AWESOME. Thank you for sharing. And to think, at one point, he thought there was no place for fun or humor in his work.

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  96. Rock v Brock turned me off from wrestling for years. Rock was getting super stale; I didn't care for Brock in 2002. Didn't want to see HHH (Hunter or Hogan). Thus, I missed most of the 00s.

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  97. Hope we get Bryan vs Kane and Big Show at WM.

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  98. Rock singing for 20 minutes about how much Sacramento sucks would be a better use than a divas WM match.

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  99. tits is the only way I can tell them apart.


    Usos I'm still confused

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  100. "This Tyler Perry movie is HILARIOUS...!"

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  101. And it'll probably be a repeat of Summerslam 2002.


    Rock gets booed, Brock gets cheered, except this time, Rock beats Brock before leaving.

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  102. Dropping the commitment was SO FUCKING STUPID.


    Are we sure, like REALLY REALLY SURE that WrestleMania is part of the network subscription this year?

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  103. Can we at least have a gimmick match?

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  104. I thought Rock v Brock was a decent main event for one of the greatest shows of all time (Summerslam 2002). Have a hard time seeing that turning someone off.

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  105. With them I just look at their bulge.

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  106. I meant they set up the match for Mania when Rock appeared on the anniversary special this past fall.

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  107. Hm. Can you link to something that documents that?

    But, I was talking more about the run with Punk and the subsequent match with cena.

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  108. Another weird TEW quirk is retirees or non-wrestlers being annoyed that you left them off of PPV. Am I supposed to stuff PPVs with as many people as possible or something?

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  109. Have him sing for 20 minutes about how much Dallas sucks for next year.


    Dallas fucking sucks.

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  110. It's WWE's Wrestlemania mentality.

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  111. Was. But, this is not Highlander. There can be more than one.

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  112. Always annoying. I end up rotating the non-wrestlers in and out of commentary positions to keep them happy.

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  113. In 2011 they had to make it 40 guys to accommodate all the members of the CORRRRRRE and the Nexus. In 2012 they had to use the commentators, Hacksaw Duggan, Kharma and still barely got to 30.

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  114. I look forward to seeing a neutured Cesaro as a talking head on a WWE Rivalries: Cena vs Orton show talking about how he never got tired of that match.

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  115. HATED ss02. Jericho (my favorite wrestler) jobbing to old man flair. HHH v HBK was good but I didn't want to see HHH show. Rock was going stale. Hated Bikertaker. Didn't care for brock (too soon too fast)

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  116. Call it the Dennis Stamp bug.

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  117. Whoever told CM Punk to frost his tips like that needs slapped in the dick.


    Oh I'm watching the 2011 Rumble.

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  118. I just give them time off so they can shut the fuck up.

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  119. Any NXT guys in Philly? I'd love to see Sami Zayn in the Rumble.

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  120. Back in the day, Vince would have let him sit in on creative after saying some shit like that.

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  121. Punk #1, Bryan #2 in the 2011 Rumble. I just got a semi.

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  122. I wonder who's going to draw what numbers this year?


    I feel like Ziggler will be one of the first 2, and Kane or Show will be #30, because any time they need a #30 disappointment, it's one of those two.

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  123. looking by the roster on wikipedia; they are barely getting to 30 tonight

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  124. I just renewed my subscription today and it specifically mentioned WrestleMania in the confirmation e-mail. I too don't like the dropping the commitment. I'd rather just pay for it once a year and live with my bad decision instead of pondering my bad decision every month.

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  125. WOW, I don't know what to say... IMO, Summerslam 2002 is just a half a step below WM 17. It was an amazing show full of 3 to 5 star matches from beginning to end. I will admit the Bikertaker match sucked, but when did it not? However, even if you dont like the people who went over on the show, I dont see how anyone can say the show wasn't great.

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  126. The 2011 rumble was such a strange one.

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  127. dumb dumb dumb not having it separate from WWE network. Even if they charge 30 bucks, it is better than 10

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  128. Daneil Bryan NOT going coast-to-coast and winning the thing is just insanity. They'll be chanting everything from "Yes! Yes! Yes!" to "No! No! No!" (when it's not Bryan), to CM Punk, to Cena Sucks, to Orton Sucks to Reigns Sucks to Your Mom Sucks if that doesn't happen.

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  129. Also, RVD's been busted for Pot about 5 or 6 times in my game. I was putting him in a quickie one month feud with Rusev so I kept fining him for it since they were failed drug tests that didn't go out to the media. But since I'm done with the Rusev feud, I'm suspending him next time.

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  130. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WrestleMania_XXVII

    "According to WWE's second-quarter earnings report, WrestleMania XXVII generated 1,059,000 PPV buys,[6] up roughly 30% domestically and 15% internationally from the previous year."

    His in-ring return in 2012 at "WrestleMania XXVIII garnered 1,217,000 buys,[49] making it the most purchased wrestling event in history, surpassing WrestleMania 23's buyrate of approximately 1.2 million, with global gross sales in excess of $67 million.[50] The event also set a new record for the highest grossing live event in WWE history, grossing $8.9 million.[51]"

    The guy was money. I think he almost single handedly made Mania huge again.

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  131. tonight, have him talk about the eagles, phillies, and 76ers. He could easily talk for 30 minutes on how much the 76ers suck

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  132. So the main predictions for the Rock are:
    -Wins the Rumble--goes on to face Lesnar at Mania
    -Enters the Rumble--gets eliminated by Rusev
    -Enters or appears after the Rumble to put over Roman Reigns


    Anything missing?

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  133. Number 3.

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  134. Same thing I do. Or just give 'em a 2 grand bonus. That makes everyone happy.

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  135. Nikki is a jaw like Cena. That helps tell them apart

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  136. Number 3. It'll be some variation of number 3.

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  137. You know, if Mania is ten bucks, can they even afford him?

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  138. Hollywood Rock could tear Philly to shreds. God that would be glorious.

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  139. Not gonna lie, I'm fucking PUMPED for tonight. Trying to block out thoughts of the disappointment that awaits

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  140. Anyone ever notice Cena kinda resembles Tom Brady in the face? I'd really like to see a douchey corporate Cena on tv one day. It fits him perfectly

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  141. Rock should be IN the Royal Rumble instead he will cut some lame promo that Brian Gewirtz wrote for him that we have heard 3,000 times before. Lame af

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  142. I wish I was still capable of feeling hope. Getting old and cynical sucks.

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  143. I've seen douchey corporate Cena on TV every week for ten years.

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  144. I may not even watch it, I've lost all confidence in this company, they truly have no clue what they are doing.

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  145. Let me lament HOW THE FUCK DID TED DIBIASE JR NOT GET OVER?


    Oh they booked him with a losing streak gimmick. And Maryese.


    Actually, Maryese should have helped. She was HAWT.

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  146. There's no difference in the Usos. They both suck.

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  147. So what? It's The fucking Rock! It'll get a pop and he'll probably put the Rumble and/or some performers over in the promo.

    It's okay to make fans happy.

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  148. Ah...I was thinking EWR and how I rarely use my non-wrestlers. Fewer options to appease the guys there.

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  149. I'm no spring chicken myself but as a wrestling fan if you can't get excited for the Rumble, what can you get excited about?

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  150. I love that CM Punk really blew up the usual argument of keeping Cena face when they hide other wrestlers merch, and only focus on Cena doing make a wish.

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  151. John Morisson. This 2011 Rumble is like depressing me with the guys in it who should be leading the company right now, instead of taking acting lessons or selling real estate or trying to be a UFC fighter.

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  152. 2011 John Morisson is doing the Kofi thing before Kofi was cool.

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  153. If his music hit during the Rumble the place would come unglued, that is how the company used to create a sense of urgency and "anything can happen". Instead they will stick with the usual plan.

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  154. This drinking game might help: http://uproxx.com/prowrestling/2015/01/need-a-royal-rumble-drinking-game-weve-got-you-and-your-liver-covered/

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  155. Who's selling real estate?

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  156. I thought he lacked charisma.

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  157. He was kinda bland. A good performer and athlete but so is Curtis Axel.

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  158. He needed a beard. That would have helped.

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  159. If they worked out a deal, logistics-wise, there's a chance he WILL be in the Rumble and if he is, he's totally winning.

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  160. Yeah, unless they're an authority figure, non-wrestlers just sit around and gather dust.

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  161. That's why god invented managers.

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  162. His ears were gigantic.

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  163. Ah. I guess everybody's got a price...for a suburban townhouse or waterfront condominium.

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  164. So is the President of the United States' ears!

    And Adrian Neville.

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  165. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 25, 2015 at 10:04 AM

    Apparently, according the Wrestlezone, the WWE doesn't want to have many ECW guys because Kevin Dunn hates ECW and they're also annoyed that ECW guys will get a bigger pop than their stars.

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  166. I would have paired him with his dad as his full-time manager. Even if Dibiase Jr. didn't get over, we'd still get a nice dose of the Million Dollar Man!

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  167. There was another episode where Picard and Worf were on an away mission and a couple of people snuck up on them really easily. It's Worf, dammit. Have him at least be aware and fight back before getting overwhelmed.

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  168. Husky Harris... they missed an opportinuty by showing how Harris was a member of the new Nexus with CM Punk, and that Punk brainwashed Harris, who was abandoned by Punk. Then Harris became Bray Wyatt and formed his family, and now he's back to seek revenge on Punk.

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  169. He had Virgil at one point. Should have kept that going.

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  170. i guess daddy is not giving him any more of the trust-fund money

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  171. You know who needs a beard? Lesnar. Lesnar looked like a legit hilljack serial killer with a beard.

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  172. I'm with Dunn, I don't want to see ECW guys either.

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  173. If Rock really wins the Rumble and main events WM, just give up on every current wrestler and basically replay ~2000 WWF.

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  174. Kevin Dunn is a guy would should get a lot more blame for the sad state of the company.

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  175. Yes! I loved that look for Brock.

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  176. Kevin Dunn was the guy who sabotaged Paul Heyman's booking power over ECW on the very first episode and then blamed him for it sucking. Doesn't surprise me.

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  177. It didn't work with his close cropped hair and lack of a beard.

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  178. I'm okay with Dreamer or the Dudleys.


    I'm not okay with anyone more than 2.

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  179. so what is one ppv that a bunch of people love that you can't stand? (for me summerslam 2002)

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  180. I don't really care who doesn't want ECW there or why. I'm just glad they're not gonna drag ECW's corpse from the grave and make it dance for nickels again.

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  181. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 25, 2015 at 10:06 AM

    He's a piece of shit. The fact that guys from a third rate company will get a bigger pop than their current stars says a lot.

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  182. There's no one with a more overestimated sense of his importance to the sport than Chavo Guerrero.

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  183. That would be cool except would probably invite 'Husky Harris' chants for the rest of his career

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  184. dudleys are good; plus I associate them more with wwe than tna or ecw

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  185. I think Rock being in it and getting eliminated by a heel after some fun interplay with other guys would be exciting and fun. It wouldn't hurt the Rock in the least and would add to the mystique of the Rumble.

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  186. They should put Dennis Stamp in the Rumble for a surprise one shot deal.
    The IWC would implode.

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  187. What about me? What about Raven?

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