Thursday, January 22, 2015

RF Video Shoot Interview with Kimberly Page

This was filmed in 2007

The interview was conducted by Rob Feinstein

It runs for one hour and forty-seven minutes long.




The interview starts with Kimberly being asked if she was a fan of wrestling growing up. She said she has first introduced to it in the 3rd grade when one of her friends was a big fan of Dusty Rhodes, even having his posters on her wall. She then watched it at home but Kimberly's mom told her to turn it off as she thought it was too violent for her to watch. As she got into high school, one of her friends was obsessed with Michael PS Hayes and she began to watch it again then started to watch more as the WWF was starting the Rock n' Wrestling programming and became a fan of that. She briefly talks about being struck by how beautiful Elizabeth while watching her in the program with Hogan and Savage.



She then talks about how she loved school and graduated from college Magna Cum Laude with a Public Relations and Journalism Degree from Auburn University. Kimberly also said that she started school at a very early age and was 17 when she began college and graduated at age 20. After graduating, she applied to graduate school and got iaccepted into Duke and Northwestern University for Law School and also got accepted to Northwestern for a Marketing and Communications Program, which is what she ending up doing.



Kimberly first met DDP while partying in Florida. She was teaching aerobics at a Women's Health Club at the time and walked into a nightclub and met DDP. She was on a date with another guy at the time, who walked ahead of her on the floor. DDP then swooped in and they did a few shots when DDP noticed that Kimberly, who was a few days shy of her 21st birthday, did not have a bracelet indicating that she was old enough to drink. She left and he saw him again a few days later and said that he had a lot of "good lines" as he talked to her about what she liked and schooling. Kimberly also said that he was a great listener as well. They went on a few dates and she went back to school and a day or so after that he left her a message. She said that were both dating other people at the time too but after a few months they became exclusive.



They go into their relationship again as Kimberly talks about falling in love with DDP and how when she went to Northwestern, he was supportive of her.



She talks about going to the TV tapings in Tampa with DDP when he managed in Florida. Kimberly said DDP smartened her up on how to act backstage and would sit quietly backstage and amazed about how all of the guys prepared for the show. She said that she really respected the wrestlers and how they performed, saying there is a certain art to what wrestlers do but at the same time said some of the stories were hokey and seemed to be written by hacks but was into the characters.



On her first appearance as one of DDP's "Diamond Dolls," Kimberly said that they would usually have wrestlers girlfriends go out but one night they didnt have anyone so DDP suggested that she go out. At first, Kimberly was weary as she had a professional job and didnt want to be seen dressed in all sequence but she went out and did it and after it ended she thought to herself that it was "fucking great" to be out there and after that, she knew she wanted to get out of the advertising career and wanted to be in front of the camera.



When she started to have more camera time on the shows, Kimberly said she never knew if she was supposed to act as a heel or a face and since DDP was a heel she picked up on his mannerisms and started to do that when she came out and was taken aback by how much heat she got from the fans, saying that there is something about a female who acts like a strong heel that pisses off the fans. After that, DDP told her that they should do a deal similar to Savage/Liz where she comes out looking sexy while DDP browbeats her every chance he gets.



Kimberly is now asked on the hardest part of the business. She said that for her it was following the leads of the wrestlers, who were all improvising. She then said that DDP was easy in that regard and talks about how he was a lot tighter in laying out his matches before hand than others. Kimberly also said it was tough to remember all of the names of the moves at first too when she was told to remember what to do during certain spots. She talks about how she got lost at first but said that DDP would always make sure to help her out if she missed a spot by yelling her name during the match.



When asked if any of the wrestlers helped her out, Kimberly said that Sherri Martel was very welcoming. Looking back, Kimberly said that she had probably done a lot of stuff to get heat in the women's locker room, like showing up early as possible in order to get the spot in the dressing room in front of the mirror, which she later learned went to the girl with the most seniority, but said Sherri was cool about everything. When other women with tenure in the business started to come into the company, they were tougher on her but Kimberly again talks about how kind Sherri was from day one.



She is asked about Eric Bischoff as a boss. Kimberly said he came in after they did and knew when he came in the company would change as he has a strong vision and creative mind. Kimberly also said she is surprised that he hasn't wound up as a film director because he knows exactly what he wants to see in front of the camera. Kimberly then says as time went on he became more difficult to work for and attributes that to him being overworked. She then talks about being neighbors with him and talks about how she felt that Bischoff would be harder on them because they were friends and knew that if he was hard on them it wouldn't jeopardize their friendship as a result.



Kimberly said that Madusa was fantastic to her. When she was told that she would have to learn to wrestle and know how to take a bump, she was nervous and did not want to do that but realized it is a wrestling show and even Bischoff broke it down to her like that and how she would be expected to take a bump every now and then. She said at first she had no clue at all what to do in the ring while training and credits Madusa for teaching her.



When asked about the Dave Sullivan love triangle feud, Kimberly talks about how she recently transferred her video tape of that feud to DVD and said that she enjoyed it then talks about how DDP actually directed those segments. She felt that the segment came off better than people give it credit for and thought it was funny.



On managing Johnny B. Badd, Kimberly said that she did not want to do that as he started to date Rena (Sable) at the time, who wanted to get into the business. Kimberly said that Rena claimed to not have been mad by that then talks about how they maintained kayfabe back then so he traveled with him to the shows. Kimberly says that he likes him a lot and was bummed when he left and that also gave her nothing to do.



She talks about traveling on the road with your significant other and how it can be hard. She then said it became a lot harder as DDP became more popular as he was getting strained. She said that they would work out their problems as DDP did not want to go to bed angry.



When asked about politics in the business, Kimberly talked about DDP getting more influence as he became popular before talking about herself and how her ego grew as the Nitro Girls became popular. She then said that she watched DDP handle fame, calling him the "God of all Marks" because no matter what he was doing he would still take time out in order to talk to fans.



She wound up as the "Booty Girl" for Brutus Beefcake's "Booty Man" gimmick after it was suggested by Kevin Sullivan and Hulk Hogan. Kimberly said she had no idea her character would be the "Booty Girl" at first and looked forward to it but felt embarrassed having to yell "booty girl" all the time.



When asked about having to work with Randy Savage, Kimberly said that he is one of the most intense performers she has worked with and said that as soon as the light of the camera went on he became a whole other person and it was easy to have drama on camera as a result. Rob then tells Kimberly how DDP told him a story about her telling Randy to lay into her when he had to put his hands on her as DDP told her she was crazy. Kimberly laughs and said that when he whipped her around by the hair, she was sorry that she said that to him and after the segment she went backstage to tell Elizabeth to tell Savage not to lay into her anymore. She said that she got along with Elizabeth and got nervous around her at first because she was such a fan but found her to be really sweet and unassuming. She then said that she found out something was wrong when she moved to Atlanta because when she would call, Elizabeth never called her back and was always in her apartment. She then said that her attitude changed as she became more reserved and standoffish then became suspicious something was going on but had no idea what it was until she passed away.



When asked about those who say that the only reason her or DDP got their position due to being friends with Bischoff, Kimberly said that anyone who disliked their characters will look at that first as the excuse because it is easy to say but that it would be hard to find someone who worked as hard as DDP before saying that of course the reason she got her push was due to that and DDP, who was the only reason she even got into the business to begin with. She said that she took her job seriously and took on the responsibility with the Nitro Girls and never missed a day of work



On how the Nitro Girls were created, Kimberly said that Bischoff came to her house and wanted to get her involved more with the show and thought about wrestling cheerleaders of sorts. Kimberly then suggested that they be like the Laker Girls, meaning they do their own thing when there is not any action going on in the ring so they are not a distraction from the wrestlers. She also suggested that they do that coming back from break and while going to break it could keep the energy going and Bischoff liked that and said it would be on TV in three weeks.



Kimberly talks about how she had certain looks she wanted for the girls, stating that she wanted characters that were similar to wrestlers and all looked different because she knew in her mind everyone was going to pick their favorite the first time they saw them on TV. She said the tough thing in the audition process was finding those who could actually dance. Kimberly said that she had a girl for the "pixie blond" role but said that she was too innocent looking for TV and didnt think the fans would respond well to her so she asked her friend Melissa if she was willing to die her hair blond and cut it short and she became Nitro Girl Spice.



She said that Nitro Girl Tayo was the first one to be let go as while she had the most experience, she rarely showed up to rehearsal then show up to Nitro and demand that she dance while Kimberly said that this was a job but she demanded to dance anyway and it got to the point that she had to call the VP of the company, who told Tayo that she was fired. After that, Tayo would still show up to Nitro shows and demand to dance and even went to Kimberly's home and banged on her door. She also went as far as calling her from the neighbor's home. The following year when they held another audition, she showed up and they had to ask her to leave.



At first she was against bringing on Nitro Girl Whisper (The current wife of Shawn Michaels). Kimberly said that Whisper was brought in because an executive saw her at a football game and wanted her in the company and that she was already the tall brunette in the group but that changed when she first saw her and realized she was a complete knockout and realized they needed to have her on the show. She said the other girls were afraid Whisper would steal all of their attention but that was not the case.


When asked if some of the guys were upset about the amount of attention they got, Kimberly said yes and never figured out why as they were the "T&A" off the show and did something that they were unable to do as a result.



Kimberly talks about the success of the Nitro Girls and how they sold one million calendars despite next to nothing in terms of promotion and got their own PPV but was not getting any more pay, despite having more responsibility. She said that when Torrie Wilson got hired the gossip around the locker room was about how she signed for a lot of money so Kimberly was able to use that as an example for why she deserved a raise and she did. However, she learned that more money does not mean you will feel less stressed or cause your problems to go away.



She talks about Vince Russo coming into WCW and how he wanted to get rid of the Nitro Girls. Kimberly thought it was dumb because they were a little side project that made the company some money but then said he wanted to make her more of an on screen character and also wanted to give some of the other girls chances to be characters as well. Russo then told her he wanted to make her a heel and have a big storyline revolving around that.



When asked about Hulk Hogan, Kimberly said that he showed up late and went to his locker room but was pleasant. She said that Sting was always phenomenal to work with and thought his transition into the Crow character was brilliant.



She is then asked about the politics when Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and Hogan came on board. Kimberly laughed and said it was all a blur but noticed the crowds and even the hotel rooms were bigger and notes how they first went to Europe with Hogan as part of the company and finally got to stay at nice hotels instead of the crappy ones they were at before.



Kimberly talks about Tammy Sytch, who accused Kimberly of ratting her out to Bischoff for using drugs. She said that in the locker room someone found a syringe on the floor of a stall. She said that she knew that drug use was rampant but stayed out of that, unless it involved one of the Nitro Girls. So, she sat out in the hallway as someone reported it to Bischoff and that was what happened. Kimberly said she met Tammy a few times when she was working in the WWF and was sweet but by the time she got to WCW, she had changed.



She now talks about the end of her run and how she was unhappy and how DDP was gone way too much. She said that the straw that broke the camel's back was Scott Steiner. Kimberly said that Russo kept wanting her to get involved physically, despite her just wanting to be a character instead of a wrestler. Russo then wanted her to flash Steiner as part of a storyline but it wouldnt be real as it was pixilated. When she fought against the idea, Steiner told her that they were the ones that put the asses in the seats then yelled at her some more, calling her a "cunt" in the process while starting to get into her space. Kimberly then said the stormed off and went to Bischoff and after that she decided that it was enough and she quit the company. He said that a few weeks later Steiner came up to her in the gym to apologize and she accepted that and was much happier just from being away from the company, which she said was a sinking ship.



Kimberly was surprised when WCW got sold to Vince as she thought the group Bischoff put together had a deal in place. She then said that the WWF did not approach her to come into the company.



Onto her divorce from DDP. Kimberly said that she was only 20 when she married DDP, who was 33 at the time and she became more independent as she got older and they grew apart.



Today, Kimberly works as the Director of Sales and Marketing for a fine art company. She moved to Los Angeles after the divorce and became an interior designer and now she lives in Salt Lake City to be closer to the mountains as she loves to ski.



When asked about her movie and TV roles, Kimberly said that she got herself an agent and took acting classes and got a few roles, including her role in the "40 Year Old Virgin." When asked about the differences between wrestling and Hollywood she said that there is not as much as you might think as both have a lot of nepotism and politics and that a majority of TV/Film acting is being expected to deliver a great performance with terrible material, just like what you see in wrestling.



Kimberly said that she has not spoken to Bischoff in two years but does occasionally communicate with his wife via email.



On the "Gold Club" scandal, Kimberly said it was stupid. She said that the strip club scene in Atlanta is totally different than anywhere else in the company as you could go there and just chill and dance like it was a regular club while some guys would go and watch the strippers. Kimberly then said the rumors about her and DDP swapping partners with the Bischoff's was false and would consider that disgusting, as they are like family. She also said that Bischoff was extremely devoted to his wife.



About posing for Playboy Magazine, Bischoff was upset at first because of a morality clause in WCW as Kimberly said that she was not doing Penthouse or anything and saw it as good press.



She regrets not paying more attention to the warning signs about Elizabeth being in trouble and that she should have called attention to what was happening. Kimberly seemed pretty broken up about this. When asked whether or not see holds Lex responsible for what happened, she said both yes as no as she was angry at him first, feeling that he took her down this path but at the end of the day we are all our own people and you have to make your own choices and take responsibility.



Kimberly then talks about her workout program she developed with DDP after he was having a lot of pain. She said that she started yoga after having joint pain and felt great so she told DDP to try it out and he thought yoga was for "girls and fags," thinking it was useless but she convinced him to do it and after a while he got hooked and started to get very good at it and wanted to look for other guys that practiced it to make him feel more comfortable and found him a trainer, who ironically enough died shortly afterwards, then found someone else and developed yoga for guys videos for all sorts of backgrounds. She said they are going to take it on a National level soon and the interviews ends after that.



Final Thoughts: Eh, this wasn't much of an interview. Kimberly came across well and down-to-earth and we heard a few decent stories but there wasnt enough to really hold my attention here to be honest.

Oddly enough, RF Video filmed a shoot the previous day with DDP. Only a few questions were brought up about that and these two seemed to have a fairly amicable split at this time.

Kimberly seemed to know her role and place looking back and I havent heard a whole lot of bad things said about her either.

I do not really recommend this shoot though. Kimberly did fine with the questions but the problem was that the questions were not all that interesting to begin with. She did show a lot more insight into wrestling than I thought.


You can purchase the DVD for $20 at RFVideo.com

http://www.rfvideo.com/shootwithkimberlypage.aspx


You can also download a digital copy for $9.99 at Highspots.com

http://www.highspots.com/p/VD_kimberly_page_shoot.html

972 comments:

  1. There's no logical (I know, I know) scenario where Cena walks out with the belt. Thus, you have to go with one of two "screwjob" endings:


    1. Cena finally beats Brock, who immediately DESTROYS Cena and leaves him for dead, causing Rollins to promptly cash in the MITB opportunity, pin Cena, and win the title. This is by far the most likely scenario in my mind.


    2. Brock beats Cena again with some sort of screwjob finish (although I can only see this happening if they manage to sign Brock to an extension post-Mania), Cena waffles Brock out of frustration and hate, Rollins cashes in the MITB opportunity and wins the title.


    Given the above, the Rumble would conceptually come down to a final three of Reigns, Orton (who I think will start relatively early and make the distance run this year), Bryan, and, at #30, the returning Sheamus. Sheamus makes his long-awaited heel turn, joins the Authority, and eliminates Orton and Bryan. Reigns eliminates Sheamus.


    Thus, Mania is set up as follows:


    Rollins v. Reigns (WWE Title)

    Cena v. Brock


    Bryan v. Sheamus


    Orton v. Kane? Maybe Rusev?


    HHH v. Sting

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  2. How're you gonna fit that beard under that mask?

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  3. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJanuary 22, 2015 at 10:11 AM

    DDP played a great sleazeball and Kim pulled off the hot-but-wholesome look pretty well. They really could have been the next Savage/Liz.

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  4. In retrospect it's sort of funny that Mr. ECW -- there from the start to the end and always defending it's honor was the biggest choker. "Tonight, Tommy Dreamer faces Raven" was code for "Tonight, Tommy Dreamer gets his ass kicked once again" and "Tommy Dreamer faces Sandman for the ECW World Title" was code for "Tommy Dreamer chokes once again!" Also didn't they give Tommy the injury of "ruptured testicle" once? What was Paul smoking on that one? Isn't the reason for injury angles is to work that part of the body during the return and have the face holding the injured body part? How is Tommy rubbing his crotch going to elicit anything but laughter?

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  5. You're probably right, but they've went to the well so many times now on #1 guy lasting to win it's stale. Awesome concept, but it's been done to death. Not that they are adverse to redundant ideas so I fully expect that

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  6. 100% agree - the first season of "NXT" was basically built around him. Sure, they wanted to push Barrett by having him "win" the competition, but just as much of the show (even more, I'd say) was built around Bryan being the indy-darling that proves that he belongs with the big dogs. Hell, the very first episode was him one-upping Miz and having a good match with then-champion Jericho.


    In retrospect, it's really funny to think back to how many "smarks" felt that it was this huge insult for Bryan to be paired with a guy that wasn't nearly as good in the ring. Umm, that was exactly the POINT - that the indy-darling was being paired with his polar opposite, corporately-manufactured "Superstar". And you know what? It worked unbelievably well. It really can't be understated just how much Miz contributed to Bryan's initial push and popularity; a hero is only as good as his villain, and Miz (who was absolutely ON FIRE with his mic-work at the time) was his perfect antithesis.


    Anyway, back on topic, I definitely get the feeling that Vince always liked him and considered him a "good hand", but just truly didn't "get" Bryan's popularity. Like, he figured it was just the "Yes!" chants that were over, kinda like "Fandango'ing" or something, he probably figured it was just a fad. Plus, Bryan is a hell of a work-horse and company-man, he's not CM Punk trying to get out of charity events and publicly bashing his employer.


    That said, considering that his popularity never waned, and Trips is OBVIOUSLY a huge fan of the guy (Trips isn't gonna volunteer to have him and his friends all job to Bryan in one night if he wasn't), I feel much more confident that they're going to do right by Bryan this time. I have to believe that Vince finally "understands" that this isn't a short-term fad, or that Bryan isn't just a decent mid-carder or comedy character; dude is over, simple as that. Whether that means he wins the "Rumble", or they stick to their (rumored) original plan of having Reigns win, I don't know, but I don't think Bryan is getting shuffled back down to the midcard any time soon.

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  7. It's pretty crazy to watch all of it.

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  8. I really hate the idea of #1 winning again. No reason someone couldn't draw, like, #4 and tell the same story without it feeling redundant.

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  9. Worst pull I ever had was my groin. Fuckin a that hurt like hell.

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  10. 'Tis an interesting phenomenon.

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  11. Don't use the mask. Use the bunny suit.

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  12. Just let Reigns have the 1# slot, let him murder a shit ton of guys so he stands out, have Lana distract him so Rusev gets the sneaky elimination. Reigns vs Rusev US title at Wrestlemania.

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  13. There ya go. That'd save them the expense of spray tanning Bryan too.

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  14. Is that the one where they just filmed the bridge for a year to get all the suicides and then went back and interviewed the families? That movie was crazy. Horrible seeing all those jumpers.

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  15. in a storyline sense he doesn't even need to win the rumble; he's owed an automatic rematch

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  16. Sherri and DDP always come off as the nicest people in wrestling.

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  17. The whole AJ thing mystifies me. She must sell a ton of merch, because otherwise...? I mean, it wouldn't even be a dick move on WWE's part right now if they paid her to sit at home. Everyone's been expecting it for months. There are literally a dozen Divas lined up to take her place that will have the exact same impact on business. This company has severed relations with far more valuable talent for reasons far less than them hating the guts of her husband. So how & why is she still there?

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  18. She takes off more time than anyone else in the company. I don't get it as she is easily replaceable like any other diva.

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  19. I saw the trailer and that was enough for me.

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  20. From what Punk says it's either

    a) they do Fuck guys because of personal feelings.

    or

    b) they really think their crappy booking descions are the best way to go.

    So either madness, stupidity or both.

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  21. I feel like wrestling doesn't appreciate what Sherri and Elizabeth did for the industry.

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  22. The billboard picture posted earlier has been proven....


    FALSE!

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  23. "storyline sense" I miss that.

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  24. Groin pulls are agonizing. Sometimes they can happen when you least expect it. That's why I always stretch a bit in the morning.

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  25. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 22, 2015 at 10:27 AM

    I'll check that out. Gracias. Can't afford to miss a morning run. Moreso for my sanity than my physical health.

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  26. I didn't mind Tommy Dreamer in ECW...but once he did that disgusting gimmick in WWE where he would eat shit and stuff...ugh...

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  27. Yeah, he ruptured his testicle at the hands of Jerry Lawler, no less. And when he finally won the title, he lost it 10 minutes later to Aldo Montoya.

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  28. Sherri is a Hall of Famer and Elizabeth seems to get tons of props in everything I see.

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  29. Yeah it's for Sr. The lead singer of the mountain goats grew up in southern california and was a huge fan of Chavo Classic in his hey day. He also has a song about Greg Valentine. Kinda weird but certainly great that a respected indy song writer with a big following is such a huge wrestling fan.

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  30. Nah, Lawler legit fucked up his testicles with a Kendo stick shot to the balls.

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  31. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 22, 2015 at 10:29 AM

    I think Paige can easily replace AJ. Plus you have a lot of talented Divas in NXT. I'd miss looking at her but her loss isn't going to affect business. When Trish left business wasn't damaged and Trish was 10000000x the star AJ is.

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  32. I only stretch before sports, but after being very reckless with my body for the first 26 years I'm thinking of starting a stretch plan every day.

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  33. Great doc, I find it very fascinating that the bridge seems to draw he ne'er-do-well by some force I can't understand.

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  34. She just sorta disappeared off TV, then when Punk made his UFC announcement he did those radio interviews, and on their studio clips on YouTube you see her there sitting in the background. I was like "ahhhh--yeah, she's gone." But no, we hear she's "injured". Very weird.

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  35. No prob man. Hope it helps.

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  36. I missed something. You guys need to move to the west coast.

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  37. Bust out the overalls! Time to get rowdy!

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  38. A WrestleZone reader actually walked to the exact location to see if the billboard was there and it wasn't lol

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  39. Someone reported on various wrestling sites a picture of a billboard in NYC with Reigns vs. Lesnar WrestleMania on it. It was proven false....thank goodness.

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  40. It seems like she sells a ton of merch (it probably helps that she has the coolest merch of any of the Divas, or really anyone in the company. Those are shirts I could imagine a girl actually wearing in public). Maybe it's just that she rates highly with whatever female audience they have left? I know for years they've been looking for a Diva to replace Lita in the tomboyish/rocker girl slot, and AJ's the first one since Lita to work in that role.


    But yeah, you could totally replace her with Paige in a heartbeat. Or scout some female wrestlers from the indies who could fit into AJ's spot easily.

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  41. How could anybody possibly be fooled by such a half-assed photoshop anyway?

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  42. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 22, 2015 at 10:32 AM

    I'm 27 and when I saw my Dad stretching before he used to go on a run I used to think it was so funny he'd doing all these contortions with his body.

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  43. I don't even think she's THAT impressive in the ring. I think her merch sells very well though so that would be the only reason they are keeping her.

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  44. I'm already at the point where I wish we'd lost to GB, every morning starts with every reporter coming to me separately in a panic like, "OK SO I WAS THINKING ABOUT IT RIGHT BECAUSE THAT'S ALL I CAN DO FOR THE NEXT NINE DAYS IS THINK ABOUT IT RIGHT? SO I WAS THINKING ABOUT IT AND..."


    The average blood pressure of this city is up by dozens of millimeters.

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  45. Exactly. Like when she came back they gave her the belt and I was all WTF? But they never did anything with her, and all her matches were under 5 minutes long. Then she's gone again. Just Future Endeavour™ her already and let's all move on.

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  46. My dad is 56, got his hip replaced at 48, has had knee surgeries and 2 shoulder surgeries in the last 10 years. He taught himself to throw right just so he could keep playing softball. I don't want to be that guy, so I know I have to take care of myself.

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  47. Duh, it's going to be Cena-Reigns of course.

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  48. Was it similar last year?

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  49. No,last year we all knew we'd eat Peyton alive if we could get to him just once.


    This year Belleiclicheck looks very desperate and a desperate Belichick is a fucking terrifying Billlechk.

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  50. Could you imagine how good the Wizards would be if Durant signed with them?

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  51. I still loved Dusty's line about DDP on Saturday Night: "How'd the ugliest man alive get such a pretty woman?"

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  52. They can't even use her on Total Divas. You start wondering if it's part of Punk's "Do This And I Won't Sue You" agreement; or because she's Puerto Rican(?) and they don't want to appear racist?

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  53. Damn -- never knew that was legit.

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  54. Real answer: Keep her on contract and you can make her work any time it's amusing to you. Like say...the night of his fight or something.


    I think it really is just that petty.

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  55. The 80% of me that's sure Vince isn't a psycho could very well see an argument were WWE justified the Punk stuff under the rationale of:


    'We steered sponsors away from him and were reluctant to make him the face of the company because we don't trust the guy. He's unprofessional and unpredictable in terms of the way he acts and talks towards the staff. He has a massive ego. He's a ticking time bomb in terms of near incidents he's had with over zealous fans and this is a guy who could end up bringing us some seriously negative publicity one day. We don't necessarily want to be married to this guy in terms of our sponsorship and the figurehead of out company, especially when John Cena is the most dependable of brand figureheads"


    And that makes a lot of sense for a corporation.


    The other 20% of me thinks that Triple H was sticking pins into a CM Punk voodoo doll everyday

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  56. Yeah. The one guy who jumped and miraculously survived said that, in the four seconds between jumping and hitting the water he immediately realised that everything he thought was unfixable in his life was fixable, except for the fact that he'd just jumped off a bridge. Can't help but feel everyone else had that realisation too but it was too late.

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  57. Simple way to go, I guess. Jump. Four seconds. Boom. Over. No way to turn back.

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  58. GamerGate...*sigh* We can learn so much about how to properly respect people by watching them go wrong at every turn.

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  59. You're kidding me, right?

    Have you seen some of the buildings WWF used to run for tapings in 1995? If Bret Hart was so popular, why was business in the toilet? (And don't give me "he wasn't the focus of the shows")

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  60. It's... not uplifting.

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  61. Nah, there's one. Cena pins Brock. Rollins goes to cash, Orton thwarts it, Cena pins Rollins.

    Reigns wins the Rumble.


    Cena vs.Reigns as Hogan vs. Warrior 2k15.


    Cena passes the torch to Reigns.

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  62. Preemptive dickery: hadn't thought of that. Diabolical.

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  63. Anyone but OKC. I can't wait for that shitty management to chase off all the talent and let that city finally feel what it's like to not have their fun little winning basketball team.


    Let that team waste away for another twenty years while the attendance to their crappy Arena2 building withers like a dying vine.

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  64. I think she turned down being on Total Divas last year

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  65. The obsession with the Wrestlemania Moment Good Feeling Ending is doing so much harm to Reigns. If it were me i'd book Bryan to win the rumble and beat Lesnar at WM to get back the title he never lost. He can lose it after a month or 2 to a Heel (Ideally Rollins) due to screwjob/MITB/interference. Build up to Summerslam Bryan vs whoever cost him the title (Sheamus/Rusev/Cesaro/New Heel) and Reigns getting his win at Summerslam against Rollins.

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  66. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 22, 2015 at 10:47 AM

    Yeah, fuck that. Rather keep myself decent now than suffer later.

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  67. We have auditors here doing a walkthrough of our building and one of them was bending down next to my chair trying to show me something and her boob was totally rubbing up against my arm and now I'm horny. Great.

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  68. Just looked at the email WWE sent to remind me the Rumble is this Sunday. Chuckling over the shitty photoshop job. Am I supposed to be surprised if/when Orton comes out considering they have him front & almost center on the poster?

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  69. That's a pretty clear sign man, get her number.

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  70. The Wizard's style actually doesn't fit Durant much. The Wizards are very reliant on ball movement along with players cutting and running off of screens. When they go iso, they do it off of screens and pick and rolls to their big guys. Durant would have to play the 4 to fit in their current scheme, and it would affect him terribly.


    If Durant went to Washington, Wittman would need to change up the offense by a bit. Also, iso ball hurts Wall's strength a lot, as well as Beal.


    He's not an ideal fit, but getting a player of Durant's caliber requires different offensive and defensive strategies. Obviously it would be done since Durant is at worse than 3rd best player in the NBA.

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  71. If there's one thing we know for certain, WWE has never cared about appearing racist.


    I think they like AJ. But I also think they're keeping the door cracked open a bit for her husband by being cordial to her.

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  72. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 22, 2015 at 10:49 AM

    It'd certainly be a really really interesting situation. Beal I think is what he is at this point, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but I don't think he's going to need a ton of shots. Wall is amazing and those two would play well together. Only concern would their bigs getting hurt.

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  73. And....? What are you a vicar?

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  74. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 22, 2015 at 10:49 AM

    That's a pretty clear sign man, get her number.

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  75. Did you make lip-smacking sounds and mutter "mmm daddy likes"?

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  76. I was watching NXT last night. They ran a commercial for Total Divas where Paige was lezzing out with someone. Wanna say Rosa.

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  77. Yeah once the thunder suck okc won't come close to being able to support a ball club. Can't wait until that place is as empty as orlando, Philly and new Orleans etc

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  78. Plus, I don't think it was intentional.

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  79. MikeyMike, JuggernautJanuary 22, 2015 at 10:51 AM

    Apparently Rosa has a "crush" on Paige but I don't think Paige reciprocated those feelings.

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  80. It's always intentional.

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  81. Bellicheque is definitely going to be a factor.

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  82. I don't see a problem.

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  83. So are either of them actually lesbians or (surprise surprise) was that just a completely contrived thing for the show?

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  84. Through planning or indecisiveness, the Rumble this year has some legitimately interesting outcomes. Any of Rollins/Lesnar/Cena could conceivably end the night with the belt and there are at least three guys (Bryan/Reigns/Orton) who could win the Rumble.


    WM booking: instead of HHH/Sting, which will suck, how about a six-man tag with HHH/Rollins/Sheamus vs Sting/Ambrose/Orton? Do singles match blowoffs at the following 'special'. This is assuming they do Reigns/Cena for the title and Bryan/Lesnar as semi-main. Then again, who faces Rusev? Whichever way you do it, someone gets left off the card.

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  85. You either need to bang her or press charges for sexual assault.

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  86. Well if they had her on it would just be innocuous backstage stuff. It's not like they can send a camera crew home with her.

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  87. Watching the New Sunny episode again. Here's to orgies!

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  88. Theberzerker Von HUSSingtonJanuary 22, 2015 at 10:54 AM

    Does he need to win the Rumble? Yes, because he's in it. Last year is all the evidence you need. Now, does that mean he needs to win the title or even fight for it at Mania? No. There's plenty of other things you can do, and I'm sure he himself will say after last year he had his Mania moment and it was incredible, and he's not a greedy or self-obsessed person. As always, they are limited only by their own imagination regarding anything they do...and Bryan is no exception. But the Rumble at least, he has to win.

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  89. Watched it last night, going to watch again on lunch


    Great episode, Dennis is on fire throughout


    Still not as good as the first episode though, The Boggsy Episode is already Top 5 All Time for me

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  90. Apparently the Ravens called up the Colts before the game and told the to watch out for under inflated balls. Sad.

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  91. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©January 22, 2015 at 10:58 AM

    Good.....that would have been quite the spoiler.

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  92. Recent pictures of Sheamus make me believe that he's in his head, thinking, "I'm not over, fella...so what I'll do, fella, is do what the over fellas are doing. They're growin' ugly, ratty beards, fella! So that's what I'll do, fella!"


    Fella.

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  93. Wrestling is so weird. It's a publicly traded corporation, and as such owes its shareholders a duty to run the company in the best way possible.

    So, I'm a fan of Daniel Bryan. If he loses the Rumble, and is in some silly undercard match at Mania with like Sheamus, I get mad, and don't buy the ppv (or order the network).

    Meanwhile, there are plenty of Roman Reigns fans (maybe a few less since his Looney Tunes promos, but he's got fans nonetheles). If he doesn't win the Rumble and doesn't main event Wrestlemania, his fans may not buy the ppv (or order the network).

    So If I'm WWE, and I truly believe pushing Roman Reigns is a good thing for the company, I should actively realize this will irk fanbase one mentioned above. Knowing that Daniel Bryan fans probably like him because they are pure wrestling fans, I should book a card that is filled with awesome wrestling, that ultimately ends with Reigns winning the belt.

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  94. While I don't find you conventionally attractive, you are oddly sexy!

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  95. Bryan has publicly stated he wants a match with Lesnar. Anything other than that will be a letdown.

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  96. I don't even get it. The media has destroyed lives for sales, skewed facts and lied for political and personal agendas, helped dumb down the world by pushing meaningless gossip over real world events, but these people are angry and crusading because some web reviewer might have got a blowie to say a game was good when it wasn't?

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  97. If he's boss, he'll do both.

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  98. No joke, I legitimately love this idea. I'd love it if it were as easy to pull off with the Sin Cara gimmick too, but it's great if only because it'd be DIFFERENT.

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  99. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©January 22, 2015 at 11:04 AM

    "It worked for Bryan fella, so maybe it'll work for me too fella."

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  100. I'd be more worried about them booking him against Sheamus than against Kane at Mania. They seem to have a hard-on for making that happen.

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  101. As Vince and his family have such a large majority of the stock, do they really have much oversight on their actions?

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  102. The other thing is, I think they actually sell AJ merch. You see it in crowds.


    I don't think I've ever seen another Diva's merch sell. Occasionally, you might see a single Bella shirt or something in a crowd shot.

    But, I've seen 300-400lb dudes wearing AJ shirts by the bunch watching RAW the past year. Her sales have to be pretty close to the best of all time for a Diva. I honestly don't really even remember much Trish or Lita merch back in the day.

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  103. Theberzerker Von HUSSingtonJanuary 22, 2015 at 11:05 AM

    Here's what I want for Mania: Brock wins the 3-way, and Rollins tries to cash in his MITB directly after, but gets thwarted by Ambrose who promised he would always be there whenever he tried to cash in. D-Bry wins the Rumble. Cena does whatever the fuck I don't care until at some point Russev does something so heinous, Cena can't stands no more because 'MURICA! That way we get:

    Bryan/Brock for the title, the money match that people want.
    Cena/Russev, the American hero finally defeats the unstoppable foreign menace.
    Ambrose/Rollins, the heated blood feud that reaches a boiling point and finally concludes.
    And then you pad that out with Bray/Taker, HHH/Sting, and some tag stuff.

    To me, that's a hell of a Mania right there, and one that will draw in both mark & smark alike.

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  104. The day I had to institute a dress code here was one of the saddest days of my life. I never wanted to be that guy but seriously, we're supposed to at least pretend to be professionals, trim your shit.

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  105. Yup. All true. And further, there were a number of other things right after that that indicated they were really high on the guy. They basically told him they HAD to fire him but to keep an ear by the phone. They hired him back relatively quickly, stuck him in that big summerslam 10 man tag, had him get a couple of eliminations, and he was the 2nd last face standing. Furthermore, they let him be the one to beat Miz clean for the U.S. belt, and this was right before Miz got the main strap.

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  107. "Yeah, but cowboys hate teachers..."

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  108. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©January 22, 2015 at 11:06 AM

    Brie Mode shirts could be popular, but more for an ironic purpose.

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  111. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJanuary 22, 2015 at 11:08 AM

    Mania in Philly can have all the LULZ and fucking LIKE IT

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  113. Watching more To Catch a Predator on my phone while I work. So far, there's a guy whose online handle was "lovemangenuis" (with genius misspelled) and a guy named "icetruckkiller" who tells the decoy online they should "get high and watch family guy and see where that takes us"

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  114. I have no idea. Pro wrestling is such a weird god damn company. If I own stock in say...staples, then I am able to see some things which are very arguable mistakes by the officers--not taking the chance of buying the competition when the opportunity arises, not having sufficient stock, not carrying a popular brand of laptops.

    But "WWE is destryong themselves by pushing a guy with no mic-skills and no wrestling ability who gonna tank the buyrate because the fans want to see another guy in the main event because the latter guy is way more over!" isn't exactly something everyone would know is bad.

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  115. I don't think it's sad at all that you had to do that.

    And fuck those people who put those gaping holes in their earlobes! What the FUCK is that shit?!

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  116. It's 2015. Do you expect them to not have Kane involved? Stop being silly

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  117. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJanuary 22, 2015 at 11:09 AM

    Yep. Once he gets bounced out the cage door from UFC, his return to WWE will be huge. Especially if Philly gets Mania 33. Bryan vs. Punk in the smarkiest of smark places?

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  118. I wouldn't mind seeing Sheamus vs. Bryan.

    ...after WrestleMania with champion Daniel Bryan, of course.

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  119. Boooooooooo! Punk vs. Tommy Dreamer or we riot!

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  120. You're the best looking Henry I've ever seen, I'll give you that.

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  121. Theberzerker Von HUSSingtonJanuary 22, 2015 at 11:10 AM

    Acceptable substitutions: Shield 3-way match, Orton/Rollins, and I don't WANT heel Ambrose vs. Reigns, but it would be an easy story to tell and make sense.

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  122. If WWE ever wanted to do a legit Rocky storyline, Dreamer wins the Royal Rumble next year.

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  123. If Bryan wins the title at Mania, he will a four-time WWE champion and a five-time world champion overall.

    If you count ROH he'll be a six-time world champion. But that's silly because nobody counts ROH as a world title.

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  124. This makes too much sense for it to ever happen in WWE-land.

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  125. THE FUCK right? That shit is the dumbest fashion trend this side of barbed wire arm bands. Hideous looking.


    I'm in Seattle, it's pure hell because the dot com people always wear what they want, so it seems younger people think that applies everywhere. I have to beat the self-expression right out of them sometimes, or fire them, whichever.

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  126. You can't go wrong with one of WCW's greatest angles with Dean Malenko.

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  127. Is Liz going in with Savage?


    If not that's a bit of an oversight IMO.

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  128. Somehow watching To Catch a Predator on your phone seems creepier to me than anything the actual predators did on that show.

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  129. Don't think so, and Savage should go in on his own, he was a megastar.

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  130. Theberzerker Von HUSSingtonJanuary 22, 2015 at 11:13 AM

    I know :( Hell even my substitutions make too much sense!

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  131. a 2 out of 3 falls rematch would be sweet. NOT at mania though

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  132. Love the idea of Ambrose reigniting the feud by fucking up Rollins's cash in. But as said below makes way too much sense to happen

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  133. I was watching Family Feud last year or so and this big, husky kid had REALLY stretched earlobes. And when his family won, he jumped up and down in celebration and the stretch-piece or whatever it's called, fell out. And there was his earlobe, flopping around like a flaccid penis.

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  134. DDP as La Parka was awesome too, I just watched that again the other day.

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  135. Oh man I got a little heat with the office. I feel like Dolph Ziggler!

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  136. thing is you're off with the dichotomy.


    Bryan fans will be pissed if Reigns headlines
    Reigns fans like Bryan too (based on entire arenas chanting YES)


    Therefore, having Bryan win pleases everyone and pisses off nobody (except Vince, who as we all know is writing the shows exclusively to his own taste)

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  137. What do you think the absolute worst will happen to the Pats if they find out that Belichick knew about this and planned it.

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  138. That's the best part, I have a few friends, men and women, that have done it and yeah afterward you're just left with this disgusting piece of skin. They always tell me it will grow back which is hilarious because little tiny piercings like the ones I unfortunately got when I was 16 still haven't fully closed almost 20 years later.


    Reshaping people's earlobe is going to be HUUUUUUUUUGE business in the coming decade.

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  139. "Slightly effort" you English good.

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  140. RoH's belt being counted as a "world" title is more legitimate than TNA I'd reckon.

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  141. I don't think watching Family Guy has ever led to anything positive.

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  142. Sherri is and will always be my favorite female in wrestling. Besides the fact that she came off like a genuine person and a professional she was great as a manager. She figured out the best way to blend in to the gimmick of the guys she managed and enhance their look. And she took some ridiculous bumps.

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  143. Better start booking a comedy tour and be expected to be fired for two whole weeks.

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  144. They're called gauges. I know too many people that have them

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  145. Maybe its all just a work?

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  146. Hmm...we should get on that business right now!

    We can be "The Lobe-able Losers!"

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  147. My buddy just got his stitched shut. He was sick of cleaning them.

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  148. They can secretly build me up to win the rumble!!!

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  149. Wade Boggsis very much alive!

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  150. Nah it'll be much emptier than Orlando. At least the Magic attendance is sometimes boosted by tourists.

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  151. Belichek suspended for a year. Patriots will lose 3 1st round draft picks, starting from 2015.

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  152. Seriously, my Feyoncé actually has a friend that does surgeries like that, I should tell him about this idea.


    Being The Guy that does that surgery in Seattle...I can't imagine he wouldn't make a fucking fortune.

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  153. That single disc DVD they put out that runs from his debut to the very beginning of his first run with Big Gold really shows how much they liked him from the get go; he was booked pretty great, pretty consistently that whole time.

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  154. Apparently HHH got bumped from GMA today. You know who wouldn't get bumped? Rock, Austin and Foley...just saying

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  155. Foley's gotten pumped by Sirius Christmas Radio, a channel that had no guests.

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  156. Agreed. But I wouldn't count either if I were to count such things.

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  157. I'm waiting for this to happen here just to give me an excuse to head to Colorado.

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  158. Haha...I don't fiance is spelled like Beyonce, Marv.

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  159. Disband the franchise, put Bellycheck and all the players in prison for life. Maybe even just switch to baseballs for everyone else to be safe.

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  160. Told his boss he wouldn't go to his grandma's funeral, boss stormed out of the office upset.

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  161. I like this idea.

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  162. I don't care who you are, as soon as I see somebody with plug earrings, my opinion of them immediately plummets.

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  163. Go to the damn funeral, you heartless jerk!

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  164. But what if either Bryan or Reigns uses an ice pack backstage or books a stand-up comedy gig?

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  165. Some things amuse me ever after the 300th time, this is one of them lol

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  166. The Ghost of Matt_INDEED!!!January 22, 2015 at 11:26 AM

    Physical abuse is more fun than firing, I'd wager.

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  167. Gauges, tattoos that go over the neckline or below the wrist, face piercings...yeah sorry, I guess I'm just a judgmental piece of shit that "doesn't get it maaaaaaaan"

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  168. Went to a meeting yesterday with no note pad or any kind of material and was apparently unprofessional in the meeting and someone asked me why I didn't take any notes (lol what?) and I guess I was rude to them in response (iaf I was dismissive, not rude) and apparently that was an actual client.

    If this was the wwe I'm Orton so I'm not worried about my gig in the least but there is definitely some heat.

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  169. The Ghost of Matt_INDEED!!!January 22, 2015 at 11:27 AM

    I just cracked my shit up in the office because of that.

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  170. Some people dismiss the "How will you look like when you're old" question, but seriously, I will never understand people who get covered head to toe in tattoos. I'd have to imagine most people over the age f 40 start seriously regretting that shit.

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  171. I think this whole explanation is a lie and you got hit for wellness.

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  172. I got tickets, plane and game, to the kings v warriors Friday. The funeral is Saturday. Its preposterous she even tried to act like I was gonna go. My gma died and I didn't even bother mentioning it to her or going to the funeral (cross country and my mom told me Grammy wouldn't want to make me fly out) so when she tried to act like some 80 years old croaking was this huge emergency I needed to drop everything for I flipped out. I'll have her swung back around by tonight most likely.

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  173. I'm honestly starting to feel like CM Punk with how often I have heat from the office. Long story short...I'm a programmer and my team is a data integrity team. My boss seems to think we should do everything manually. So, my boss gets really upset when I write a program to make the work quicker because they're worried about not being able to justify enough manhours and losing headcount.

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  174. What loveable losers. Can't help but root for them.

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  175. There's an ad on the right with some old dude telling me about Obama's urging homeowners to switch to a 15 year fixed that looks EXACTLY like my avatar guy.

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  176. TUCK YOUR SHIRT IN WHILE YOU SPAM VOTE THIS WRESTLING TOURNAMENT FOR ME

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  177. I once worked in a place that devolved to wearing shorts, flip-flops, wifebeaters, etc. It got totally out of hand after a while, so I get it.

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  178. Lethal injection. There is no other way to go at this point.

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  179. pretend to be professionals


    lol...but yeah you got me

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  180. But it's your boss' grandma!

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  181. That would drive me nuts too. Do everything manually? Instead of making a program to do it quicker and more efficiently? Yeah fuck that.

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  182. I don't really care what people want to do with their own bodies, but I also don't understand when those same people complain about dress codes or whatever. All choices have consequences.

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  183. Lol black dude in a giant SpongeBob jacket, trying to pass himself off as 17 to Chris Hansen (he's 27 thinking he's neeting a 12 yr old)

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  184. I'd go to that funeral for sure.
    #KissAss4Lyfe

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  185. Capitol Punishment is too easy. Let this scum sit in prison until the day they die. Make them suffer forever.

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  186. As a programmer, it drives me crazy. I can empathize with my boss, but I always ask, "Then why did you ask for a programmer in your group?" Long story short...they had a fad a few years ago when they wanted everything automated, but that director moved on and now it's back to CYA. Corporate...gotta love it.

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  187. I always get the Russian dating app.

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  188. It would be more poetic if he came out as Rey, but it would be harder to disguise that it was actually Bryan.

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  189. Muslim for me.

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  190. Adam "Colorado" CurryJanuary 22, 2015 at 11:37 AM

    This Gordon love-in on ESPN is getting out of hand, and calling him the best driver of all time is just ludicrous.

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  191. Baseballs would be good. You know whose also reaalllllly good at baseball?


    Russell Wilson.

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  192. Out of curiousity, did anyone else read the Bleacher Report article on Bryan and HHH? I read it as HHH and Steph taking credit for everything and Extant read it as they were being honest. It's possible I read it too harshly. I'm just looking for other takes.

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  193. The Ghost of Matt_INDEED!!!January 22, 2015 at 11:38 AM

    WHAT?!?! You mean a promotion with a month of tapings in one building and no house shows for an entire year shouldn't be considered to have a world title?!


    The nerve of some people.

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  194. Adam "Colorado" CurryJanuary 22, 2015 at 11:38 AM

    He owns a Sponge Bob jacket and it took that long to lock him up?

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