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Tag Tournament Round One: Blocks AG-AV








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  1. Just HAD to put LOD against the Demos right away.

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  2. Blame the random draw. Had I noticed before it saved I would have moved one into the top bracket and the other into the bottom.

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  3. Demos all the way! Also, looking forward to Eddie wrestling himself in the third round.

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  4. I also said this in other tourney thing tonight:
    One thing this tournament shows is how so many bad to mediocre teams have won the tag titles

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  5. I know it's the LOD incarnation and not the Road Warriors...but based on the RW match versus the Faces of Fear from the last Nitro recap, I've lost all respect for Hawk and by extension Animal as wrestlers.

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  6. It really is a shame the 2 man power trip didn't go farther.


    This is something WWE could bring back: 2 rivals who reluctantly team-up and completely just dominate everyone and the plucky underdogs end their reign.

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  7. Was the MOM title reign just because Mable was so huge that the current tag champs couldn't kick out in time?

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  8. God I hated the Brothers of Destruction.

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  9. Then you hate America

    #America

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  10. That was at least the rumor.

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  11. I have been trying to base my votes on historical significance. Demolition is probably my favorite team ever, but the Road Warriors were legit main eventers in the NWA and were involved in more of the top storylines than the Demos were. It sucks that they had to match up so early in this thing!

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  12. Same here. At a time when the WWF had a stacked tag team division, we had to watch those two stink up the joint

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  13. If Demolition wins, I'm burning this place to the ground.

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  14. Who do you think should win?

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  15. Demolition had a much better run in WWF so I gave them the nod.

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  16. Based on WWF only, Demos win easily. I am trying to take the Warriors/LOD as one and the same though

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  17. The whole thing? Steiners.

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  18. Demolition had a better WWE run then the LOD.

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  19. Nobody even knew that Men on a Mission held the tag team titles until after they lost them.

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  20. True confession....I've *never* cared for the Road Warriors, even as a kid.

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  21. They were mediocre WWE tag champs.

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  22. I'm not voting on their WWE runs.

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  23. And? They were still fucking awesome.

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  24. I' m voting based on who has the sexiest buns.

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  25. Also, I don't think much of their buns.

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  26. It all counts. There are no voting guidelines here.

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  27. Right on. I hate any team that involved Big Show, Kane, or Undertaker. Just ruins the tag team dynamic when you throw a singles monster into the division just to occupy him.

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  28. Jerishow to the finals or WE RIOT.

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  29. Like, for example, Daniel Bryan and Kane?

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  30. And you'll keep saying it until someone upvotes you.

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  31. Murdoch and Cade should have been a cornerstone of the tag division for years. But Kane and Big Show just HAD to have those titles.

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  32. Steiners had wonderful asses.

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  33. Why am I not surprised you like Cade and Murdoch?

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  34. Cade wasn't going to live that many years.

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  35. I'm voting on their AWA runs and neither of Demolition ever competed in the AWA. For that reason alone I voted for Demolition.

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  36. Their asses looked great in those colorful outfits they wore in the WWF. Go back and watch some clips. Great ass sweat.

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  37. Too many needle marks.

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  38. Maybe a long tag team title reign would have given him a reason to prolong his life. Would you have let your demons get the better of you if you had Murdoch in your corner?

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  39. Murdoch would further enable the demons.

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  40. And who do Kane and Big Show end up dropping the belts to ? THE SPIRIT SQUAD, What a waste of a run.

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  41. You know, it's kind of odd that Darsow never had a stint in the AWA given that he went to high school and trained with a bunch of guys who did work there.

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  42. but they didn't get the IC title and World title while being tag champs

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  43. I enjoyed what Show and Jericho were doing back in the summer and fall of 09

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  44. Underrated unfortunate early matchup:

    Jeri-Show vs. Bookdust

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  45. I knew about Sunny but didn't know it was a common thing with him.

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  46. YankeesHoganTripleHFanJanuary 1, 2015 at 9:19 PM

    Read his book

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  48. Yeah I know. I love both teams. The amount I hate big show now is the same amount I loved him as Jericho's partner. I voted JeriShow.

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  50. Murdoch and Cade? Fucking boring as shit. The tag teams today are so much better.

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  51. While Liz was more important in WWF run, I will admit Liz in WCW was when she was at her hottest...damn that leather she wore...

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  52. I thought Sunny denied it.

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  53. Rude? Everything I've read post death is that he was Mr. Family man.

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  54. well thats just like your opinion man

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  55. I just had to go with Demolition.

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  56. Yeah, that's what I always thought too.

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  57. Demolition gets a bad rap as being Road Warriors knock offs when really they were very cool in their own right.

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  58. I can see Dawn Marie getting banged behind one.

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  59. You upvoted your own post?

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  60. Wasn't Vince Russo's number one priority in WCW to get Liz to lose a bra and panties match?

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  61. LOD were glorified journeymen. Demolition was the #1 team, in the #1 tag division of all time (Bulldogs, Harts, Rockers, Brainbusters, etc), during the #1 run in the history of the business.

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  62. The last Demos vs. LOD match on the BOD was like 52/48 or something ridiculously close..

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  63. If I don't agree with myself, why will anyone else?

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  64. There was a reason Demolition faded away after the Legion Of Doom signed with the WWE. They were shitty imitations of the Road Warriors that didn't deserve to be in the same ring.


    Fuck Axe, Smash & Crush..


    Fuck Demolition!!

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  65. They were having fun with the WCW universe, Tony Schiavone. I love it, hahaha.

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  66. Liz was afraid Bret would drag her to his hotel room and make her watch his match with Bulldog at Summersam 92.

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  67. $6000 for a BMW?? Y'all bots be tripping!!

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  68. He did stuff like that to pretty much every female in WCW. I don't think he thought women had any value at all in wrestling unless they're getting into cat fights and getting their tops torn off. Not that that's an unusual mindset in wrestling mind you.

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  69. Haven't read anything, but I assume they hooked up when she started managing him.

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  70. I'm no fan of Demolition or the Road Warriors...but had to give LOD the win here.

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  71. That's about the last time I remember Big Show being tolerable. But Bookdust was fantastic--they get my vote here.

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  72. Do you guys seriously think one of the Moondogs, the Repo Man and Super Machine could beat the most dominant tag team of all-time??

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  73. I could've sworn that Lanny spoke briefly about this saying that Bischoff asked Macho if it was ok to bring Liz in and Macho was totally all cool with it by then. Not really sure tho

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  74. 1) Ax and Smash could actually work. Well, Animal could a little, but point still stands.
    2). By the time LOD came in, Ax was phased out, and Smash & Crush had NO chemistry together.

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  75. Bret had a bunch of chicks on the side. Back in the early 90's I was good friends with a "ring rat" that used to tell me about some of the girls that hooked up with Bret.

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  76. Don't u remember she got wasted and attacked Bret at a convention a few years ago? She was screaming she was the best pussy he ever got. Lol. Seriously

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  77. Hawk was a pretty good wrestler when they let him be. Animal was pretty much just power moves.. but they made it work. There was no more dominant team than the LOD in the late 80's.


    Shit.. La Resistance are better workers than the Big Show & Kane, but no fucking way are they beating them..

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  78. Lex was married, with kids, and he still never hid the fact that he was dating Liz. Balls

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  79. Savage was such a smart dude in pro wrestling. Wish he didn't take so many steroids in the late 90s though

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  80. Meh...I always thought Hawk was shit, and Animal bored me to tears. In any case, in kayfabe terms, I could see your point, but considering Big Show and Kane lost to the fucking Spirit Squad, well...

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  81. Have you seen recent pics of Dawn? She has gotten huge. As fat as sunny has ever been, probably more. Sad.

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  82. As nerdy as this sounds (and I'm sure someone here will question my manhood over this one), I wouldn't wanna see Liz objectified like all the other late '90's wrestling whores. She's Miss Elizabeth....the First Lady of Wrestling! She was almost motherly to those of us that were kids in the '80s. Leave the half-naked slut gimmick to the Sunnys and Trish Stratuses. That's beneath Liz.

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  83. What's more Murica than Limp BIzkit ?

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  84. I really like demolition but no way man, LOD

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  85. Mmm I'd like to be beneath Liz....oooooooh yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeah!

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  86. I have no idea who Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch were, I just couldn't in good conscience vote for Men on a Mission.

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  87. One strange tidbit -- on an episode of WCW Internet Insiders (which was
    an internet audio show that ran from 1997 till 1999, sort of half shoot,
    half kayfabe) Hogan and Savage briefly appeared and had the following odd exchange:

    Madden: "Hollywood, what was it like for you to take that step (turning heel), it's one thing to talk about it, but to pull the trigger that night must have left a lot of things behind for ya."

    Hogan: "It did, it felt good. It's kinda like when Macho dumped Liz, he'd been wanting to pull the trigger on her for a long time, getting tired of getting beat up financially, so he pulled the trigger and really shot himself in the foot."

    Savage: "And I didn't realize I was shooting blanks."

    Hogan: "You almost hit me, I was right next to her."

    Savage: "Actually you were on top."

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  88. Yeah that was in his shoot. I believe he said he thought it almost worked and that they'd almost got back together.

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  89. I've heard this but I've also heard she was actually running a boutique in the Miami area. I doubt she was so broke she was working retail in the mall, but according to something I read it was Zane Bresloff that discovered her working there.

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  90. I don't know, but it was certainly my number one priority.

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  91. Sunny circa-1997 was the best pussy that ANYONE could've gotten.

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  92. Agreed. Im voting on their Wrestlefest run personally.

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  93. How dare you. You totally forgot being forced to be someone's personal assistant based on a match outcome she's not involved in.

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  94. That's just beyond creepy.

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  95. Well, I don't think she'd put up much of a fight these days.

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  96. I'm talking since then.

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  97. 96is 97ish, absolutely.

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  98. Whats murdoch up to? I always liked him. Make him a wyatt ASAP.

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  99. I'm too scared too look. I admit to having a thing for Dawn. She just looked like an amazing fuck. Not someone you'd want to marry, but just someone you'd want to have the dirtiest, nastiest, stankiest sex with.

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  100. A) I laughed, so well done
    B) What does that say about me?
    C) You're gonna need a LOT of lube.

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  101. Yeah but those fucking go-go boots and tight jeans, though. FUCK. Total MILF city. Except for the not actually being a mother part.

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  102. ... I think I just became a huge Vince Russo Apologist.

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  103. So sad to get LOD/Demo in the first round, but I will always like the Demos more. I actually saw them first (didn't get much NWA up here in Canada), and loved them immediately. The LOD just never felt as cool. It doesn't help that I missed their most-dominant runs, and only saw them as the Stop & Start tag team that'd show up for a few months then leave again. The Demos were dominant for YEARS. Imagine any other era where the Hart Foundation & Bulldogs would have multi-year droughts without the tag belts.

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  104. (Bret pauses the TV, circles portion of the screen with a red magic marker)
    "See Liz, look, right here. Can you see how Davey's eyes are closed? He was actually full unconscious at point and I basically had to superplex myself. I'm sorry, is there something in your eye? Oh, cause it looked like it might be watering a little. Um, you ever seen a man win a world title with a dislocated finger? Well you're about to! And there IS a box of Kleenex right here, should you need it."

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  105. Don't worry - Linda had no idea who Lance Cade was either ... though she may have met him once

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  106. FAT ASSES!

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  107. When you say U, they say SO? Really?

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  108. I had an even bigger crush on her front

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  109. church, when you list them as The Road Warriors you have to take everything into consideration espec. their NWA run.

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  110. The doc is weak; no analysis of major programs, for the most part. And Lanny Poffo is a defensive, self-absorbed, off-putting host.

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  111. Well....Savage was gay.

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  112. And miscarriages. Nothing beats a good miscarriage angle

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  113. I liked MILF Liz too, but don't underestimate the power of early early WWF Liz. She was smokin. Her worst was probably late WWF when it looked like they were dressing her in things from Sapphire's wardrobe.

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  114. My favorite is the Wrestlemanias at Trump Plaza where the entrance ways are so narrow that fans on both sides can touch the wrestlers and during the WM4 tournament, she has to enter four times and looks completely miserable because fans are probably attempting to grope her.

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  115. Superstar Billy Graham's only memorable call:


    "SHE TOOK OFF HER DRESS!"

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  116. Isn't it ironic that the guy who's spouts that phrase has the most petty, business-preventing, grudges of anyone (Punk, Angle, Chyna)

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  117. Never heard this one. Can you explain it? If I were to guess it was when he died and she was running for senate and she was asked about him. Am I close?

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  118. Liz looked so good in the WWF and then just looked like a scary old lady at a cougar bar in WCW.

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  119. Bummer. I got it for Christmas (along with the Paul Heyman blu-ray) and have yet to watch it. I'm sure it's still good stuff though.

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  120. Yet, her moments of true emotion(Wrestlemania IV and VII) come off as that much more genuine because of it.

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  121. I saw it a couple of months ago. It was really interesting, definitely. There are bits of it that were taken out of context online regarding the Macho/Steph rumours, so don't expect to find too much dirt.


    It's good but to be honest, the most depressing WWE production I've ever seen. I've not wanted to watch it again since despite it being really high quality.

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  122. Nothing good can come from working closely with your ex-wife everyday

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  123. Agreed, really weak on his WCW stuff, I was disappointed.

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  124. So disappointing in all honesty. Lanny comes off not looking good in this. The bit about savage locking liz in locker rooms and stuff and him sort of defending it was weird especialy as everyone said how obsessive and controling savage was.

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  125. I remember scummy Russo doing everything he could to get Liz as undressed as possible at every turn. I am honestly surprised that Savage didn't try and kick that shit-eating grin off of Russo's face at some point.

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  126. Except rape or necrophilia! Just ask good ol' HHH!

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  127. Depressing? Because you miss Macho or was it something specific? Was it a downer of a doc in tone overall or something?

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  128. Links? I'm curious as to where you saw these "recent pics", as the last thing I saw of her was like, a head-shot of her realtor page or something like that.

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  129. Got it in one

    He died in the midst of her senate run and she basically swerved it with a "who him?" Response

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  130. The tone. There's a lot of "Just when he had found happiness..." throughout, whether about Liz, or his last wife etc.

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  131. Did she hook up with Luger before or after she became his manager/valet?

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  132. She looked so bad at WM7, that I had to look twice to make sure it was her

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  133. I think Pat Patterson tells the story that he had to help escort her to the ring because the aisle was so narrow

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  134. She was married briefly from 96-97 to a Miami lawyer

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  135. It was also rather self-absorbed of him to read the poem he wrote for Randy's wedding, and his smug tone when he said "Not a dry eye in the house" was just gross.

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  136. No real discussion of his programs with Warrior or Roberts, either.

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