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BoD Evening Thread

Discuss everything that is going on tonight here.

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  1. TGIT BROS! Gonna be a good night tonight. Let's keep it chill.

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  2. It won't be a good night until we get the Impact review you promised.

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  3. "Feel that stride. So fluid and fast. I’ve got the stride of a gazelle. A
    beautiful, beautiful gazelle person. My body is achieving a perfect
    symmetry right now. It’s that long, lean muscle I’ve worked so hard to
    achieve. Mm, I should have popped my shirt off. Goddamn it. Really
    should have popped that shirt off. I wonder if any women are watching
    from the sidelines."

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  4. What kind of shoot do you want?
    Timeline
    YouShoot
    Breaking Kayfabe
    Legends
    70's Stars
    80's Stars
    90's Stars
    Attitude Era Guys
    80's WWF Guys
    00's WWE Guys
    ECW Guys
    WCW Guys
    Former WWE Champs
    Former IC Champs
    Managers
    Women Wrestlers/Valets
    Recent WWE Firings/Employees
    Recent TNA Employees
    Territory Guys
    Face Off Shoots

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  5. I still haven't watched it, but I know it sucks.

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  6. Rick Martel.

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  7. How dare you judge a show before you even watch it.

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  8. What timelines are there?

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  9. ThebrazilianpsychoJanuary 8, 2015 at 5:36 PM

    Lunatics.

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  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCu4wl1QFIs



    Nigel's new project, LA Fights, looks intriguing.

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  11. It's still on the DVR. Should be fun.

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  12. My choices would be
    1964-69 WWF with Bruno
    1986 WWF with George Steele
    2008 WWE Blue with Curt Hawkins
    1999 ECW with RVD

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  13. 2008 WWE Blue with Curt Hawkins.

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  14. Hawkins sounds interesting. He seems like he hasn't been holding back an ounce and also was around for a lot of the major happenings for 2008.

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  15. Are you a Martel fan

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  16. Big fan. One of the all time greats.

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  17. I woke up early this morning and saw the last quarter of the Cavs game. The whole time I was thinking the game was in Houston. Does LeBron not show up?

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  18. If Hogan was wrestling Flair at Wrestlemania 8, who would Sid have faced? Undertaker with no heel turn?

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  19. I believe he's out of action for two weeks.

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  20. I was still expecting him to be present.

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  21. One bad thing about current WWE: no cheesy entrance themes.

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  22. Sid vs. Macho Man?

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  23. He is. No one was better off of a hot tag than him. His fiery babyface comebacks were great.

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  24. Better theme: the mountie or quebecers?

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  25. I personally wanted to see Sid vs the Undertaker for the Skyscrapers nostalgia, but Savage vs Sid would have been just as good... with the heel turn.

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  26. Putting all my chips on The Mountie. I will retire forever from BoDing if that fat Butter Pecan Rican beats Mountie. I can no longer live in a world that hurts the ones I love like that!!!

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  27. So I DVR'd WWE Slam City last night on Nicktoons out of curiosity.

    Holy crap, these are bad. Like REALLY bad! And not in a fun kind of way like the Scooby Doo movie.

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  28. I just tried to boost car and it did not work. I did it right. The cables were pretty old, like I don't even know how old. Odds that they were bad cables?

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  29. Mountie because it set the stage for the next one.

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  30. It was really interesting looking back, you had Hogan, Flair, Taker, Jake, Sid, Savage, who all could have faced each other with some quick changes. Not to mention Warrior on the way back.

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  31. Another difference between the two: Morales actually defended his championship! Vote for Pedro!

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  32. Most times injured guys don't travel with the team. They stay back and get treatment etc

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  33. I bumped into Sid's WCW return in 93 and it's crazy how much fans loved him. Couldn't see his title reign working but based on the fan response I can't fault the move.

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  34. From http://www.prowrestlingpowerhouse.com/wwe-wrestlemania-8-what-could-have-been/

    Shawn Michaels vs. Marty Jannetty

    Owen Hart vs. Skinner

    The British Bulldog vs. The Berzerker (This match was announced but was bumped due to time issues)

    Duggan, Slaughter, Virgil, Bossman vs. Nasty Boys, Repo Man & IRS

    The Undertaker vs. Sid Justice

    Jake The Snake Roberts vs. Randy Macho Man Savage

    Bret Hart vs. The Mountie for the WWF IC Title

    Roddy Piper vs. Ted DiBiase

    The Legion Of Doom vs. The Natural Diasters for the WWF Tag Team Championship

    Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair for the WWF Championship

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  35. ThebrazilianpsychoJanuary 8, 2015 at 5:46 PM

    Let's see if he can deliver, talking is one thing, doing it is another.

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  36. It was a home game. They might have explained it earlier but it was pretty weird.

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  37. Is the guy in the jail cell in the tourney? If so I don't like the Mountie's chances...

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  38. Just asked Jeff Katz.

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  39. Wasn't Money Inc vs Duggan/Slaughter penciled in at one point?

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  40. I'm gonna finally watch Birdman.

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  41. what happened to that boy? brrrrrrrrrrrrr

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  42. ... and in his pants.

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  43. That is weird, unless he was in the locker room having shit done. Who knows, could be a chemistry issue. A lot of Kevin Love to the lakers chatter out here now too. Don't know why they would waste a max deal on Love but the same fans made at kobe for getting cash want Love to get paid by the Lakers. go figure?

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  44. I half expected the prisoner to say "Gimme some chon chon!"

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  45. KG never showed up to home games when hurt and it was said that he is too intense and cannot stand sitting on the bench in street clothes being unable to play.

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  46. I just had a flashback to 2005

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  47. He announced this big kickstarter wrestling project. He pitched it well enough to have lots of people to donate money. The project launched a terrible battle royale and never anything else again. No one is sure what happened to everyone's money; he hasn't talked about it since.

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  48. Alright, I made the shoot interview poll. I choose 4 different KC Timelines.

    http://vote.pollcode.com/21391473

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  49. Do you buy all the shoots?

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  50. I think the Timelines are my favorite shoots.

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  51. I wish they had some more bowl games to play before Monday.

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  52. Mine too. I don't care for the Guest Booker stuff at all.

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  53. Jim Cornette set the bar with his 1997 one.

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  54. There never has been a good one, in my opinion.

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  55. Haven't seen that one. I'm kind of tired of Cornette lol

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  56. Boost? You mean jump start? I hear boost I think steal.

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  57. Its either long winded talk about nothing or fantasy booking that any of us here could do.

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  58. Honky Tonk Man or GTFO.

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  59. Cornette's Guest Booker was bad. Gabe's 2006 ECW wasn't bad if I recall correctly.

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  60. At this point just let everyone play one

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  61. At the time, his shoots were rather fresh.

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  62. Any chance you can review Martel's WWF 1981 timeline? I saw a five minute teaser and it looks really good.

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  63. I want a 2015 timeline where you finally admit you don't blindly love everything TNA does and have just been trolling us. Keep the bullshit about competition for the WWE is in the best interest on North American pro wrestling to yourself. Own up and admit you're a fraud.

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  64. Here is my recap of that
    http://www.rspwfaq.net/2013/08/kayfabe-commentaries-timeline-series.html

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  65. Good, not OMG. Saw it the same day as Whiplash and well, can't compare. Really glad I did Birdman first and then Whiplash. I know someone who did it the other way and said Birdman really suffered

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  66. I enjoy the stories beforehand. The booking itself, ehhhh.

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  67. Neither. The Fabulous Rougeau Brothers.

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  68. Could be old cables. Or maybe the battery is bunk

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  69. Cornette booked the Invasion like it was Smoky Mountain in 1992.

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  70. I'm surprised he didn't have someone get Laid out with a roll of quarters.

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  71. "Is it true that you are a jam up guy?"

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  72. All of this.

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  73. I gave TNA's show last night a 7.5 and posted a whole bunch of stuff that I didn't like about last night's show. That screams blind love, right?

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  74. Is Whiplash that good? The premise doesn't appeal to me at all.

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  75. Or place a $10,000 bounty on Vince.

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  76. That "Connor the Crusher" thing (the little make a wish kid with D Bry) that they've been showing on the Network lately makes me cry every single time.

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  77. You have a "bowl" every night AMIRITE?

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  78. It is, yea. I really don't want to overhype it, but yea.

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