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Brock Lesnar Update

There is optimism within the WWE that a deal will be worked out to retain Lesnar after his last scheduled appearance, which is the RAW after WrestleMania,

Credit Wade Keller, PWTorch Newsletter



Recap of HHH on Stone Cold Steve Austin's Podcast

For those who missed the show, here is a detailed recap of the show.

http://www.f4wonline.com/more/more-top-stories/96-wwe-news/41055-stone-cold-podcast-w-triple-h-recap



WWE Network Adding a New Feature

Going forward, the Network will be adding a "Throwback Thursday" feature every week going forward.

http://pwinsider.com/article/91323/wwe-taping-smackdown-tonight-miz-on-sirens-what-the-wwe-roster-is-really-looking-forward-to-and-more.html?p=1

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  1. I really hope they keep Brock after Wrestlemania. He's had awesome matches lately.

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  2. Nice job, PWI - Throwback Thursday has only been a live stream deal for 2 weeks (going on 3) now.

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  3. Need something to wake you up? Try the reviving elbow edition of Rock Star Gary's recap of WCW Clash XXX! http://rspwfaq.boards.net/thread/226/rock-star-reflects-clash-champions Enjoy!

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  4. Resigning Lesnar could be the one thing that changes everything about their current plan.

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  5. ThebrazilianpsychoFebruary 3, 2015 at 8:13 AM

    How was the HHH podcast, was he honest?

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  6. You'll take what Brock gives you and you'll love it.

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  7. Lesnar's new deal will pay him $4 million per appearance, leading to budget cuts at NXT.

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  8. Burnt Biscuit! Biff KensingtonFebruary 3, 2015 at 8:18 AM

    Shut your dirty whore mouth, Logan Scisco! Don't you call that evil down on us...

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  9. Burnt Biscuit! Biff KensingtonFebruary 3, 2015 at 8:20 AM

    If you resign Lesnar, have Rollins screw Reigns at Fast Lane, run Brock/Bryan and Reigns/Rollins at WrestleMania. Simple.

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  10. LET LESNAR LEAVE~! It's best for business!

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  11. So no recap of the podcast, again? Guess those wcw recaps are of more interest

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  12. I'm glad Triple H mentioned that 3 hours is too long for RAW. I honestly think going back to 2 hours would help tremendously.

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  13. I find it funny Ernie Ladd is like the token black dude honored by the company ever February.

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  14. Is anything from the Network recapped anymore? I kinda remember Raw and Nitro rants but it was so long ago...

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  15. Never going to take NXT off network unless the abandon the network..it's their bread and butter for hardcore fans right now

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  16. I guess Scott is pacing himself under the expectation that 1997 won't actually be put up for several years.

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  17. spinning but fairly honest. about as honest as you would imagine a COO and former pro wrestler will be

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  18. Triple H said that they can book NXT so awesomely because it's targeted toward the hardcore Network fans. My concern would be if they put NXT on TV it would end up being WWECW within a month.

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  19. Seems like s good idea to me!

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  20. I actually like the idea of a throwback Thursday, even though the WWE didn't think of it. Would be nice to see some of the legends as jobbers, or even showing the old Gorilla/Bobby skits.

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  21. I am recapping the Ernie Ladd shoot currently.

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  22. Let Brock beat the shit out of both of them and leave the promotion with the belt. Set up a tournament have Big Show win after a run in from Kane and give him a 3 year run with the belt.

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  23. I'm sure we will have three wcw recaps posted before lunch

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  24. Or make hour 1 of Raw into NXT.

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  25. Only about ten minutes in but okay so far and Ladd comes off as a great guy. In fact, never heard anyone say a bad word about him ever.

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  26. Without revealing too much, how is it?

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  27. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 3, 2015 at 8:27 AM

    I for one am excited to see Brock take on Curtis Axel as the Paul Heyman Guys COLLIDE~!

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  28. Bonnie Hammer probably won't like that.

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  29. The rating is going to come in huge.

    That Denver crowd sucked.

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  30. "There is optimism within the WWE that a deal will be worked out to
    retain Lesnar after his last scheduled appearance, which is the RAW
    after WrestleMania"

    Oh goody, we can look forward to another four Lesnar matches over the next two years. How many will be against Cena or Triple H?

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  31. You aren't going to get the recaps you cheer for you will get the recaps we give you and you will like it

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  32. It'd be nice of them to secure a Saturday morning/afternoon deal for NXT and divorce 1 hour of RAW for that.

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  33. Or more Midsouth mid-atlantic and so on.

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  34. If anyone likes cheesy 70s game shows and wrestling trivia, we kicked off a combo of both this week:

    http://placetobenation.com/brainbuster-the-pro-wrestling-quiz-show-episode-1/

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  35. You want people to believe Bryan can't beat Lesnar. You want the small, plucky underdog to be for real considered an underdog.

    Believing Bryan can't beat Lesnar is good.

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  36. I enjoy Brock Lesnar. I hope he sticks around and they continue booking him super strong. Hes about the only thing ive enjoyed in the last 6 months outside of Nxt and a few good matches here and there.

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  37. So hardcore = awesome. And casual is not. Why must this be so?

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  38. Vince: "Ok Brock..you go back to UFC win the belt and if you walk out of the company and on to RAW with the UFC belt..we will give you 10 million"

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  39. And Koko B Ware is in the Hall of Fame and everything...no honor for Koko....

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  40. I think 3 hours of wrestling regardless is too long to maintain viewer's interest, even if 1 hour is NXT,

    Hell, 1 hour of awesome NXT followed by 2 shit hours of RAW would not do WWE any favors.

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  41. You will read recaps of late 90's WCW by 4 different writers and you WILL LIKE IT!!!

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  42. I'm almost 100% certain that Bryan gets released after Mania.

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  43. "We're trying to appeal to many different demographics" - Triple H from last night.

    Apparently trying to please everyone = sucky television

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  44. Plus, Vince would make the Bunny NXT champion...just because.

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  45. You will read recaps of late 90's WCW by 4 different writers and you WILL LIKE IT!!!!

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  46. ROFL, why would the company do that?

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  47. To shut up the crowd hijackers, mostly.

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  48. Yeah don't want to tamper with it.

    That said, WWECW got pretty damn great by the end. Basically a proto-NXT with a nice mix of vets and kids in their own universe.

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  49. If that happened, I'd be totally into NXT because dumpster fires are fun.

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  50. They did up that PYT Express video.

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  51. ...because that's worked so well with CM Punk.....

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  52. Beware of the troll

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  53. Bad news, Danimal. Scott said "no" to my request for your lucha reviews on the main page. His e-mail was funny; just "No."

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  54. There is a 0% chance that Vince releases his 2nd biggest moneymaking wrestler. Even Scott Steiner math would agree

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  55. I get where you are coming from, but I think that would just make the problem worse. You'd just get loud YES chants and "Daniel Bryan" for a long time. At least it would add some variety to the CM Punk chants.

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  56. PYT was a fun team. And for all the jokes about Koko in the HoF, he was an under appreciated talent.

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  57. True, but the shit far, far outweighed the good.

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  58. I would buy a show just to see Tenay get katahajime'd.

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  59. What's weird to me is everyone I've ever shown PWG to LOVES it, even people who otherwise hate wrestling. So, it seems to me there's something to be said for a straight ahead wrestling show without 20 minute promos and bad comedy. Totally anecdotal evidence on my end, but it's something I've observed.

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  60. Early on it did... I think the last couple years were much more good than bad. Christian's title run was really good.

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  61. I'd be fine with Raw if every now and again they would throw a curveball. "Tonight on a very special episode of Raw it's Battlebowl!" or "Tonight we present an unannounced King of the Ring tournament". Just something different for one night every few months to surprise the fans and shake up all the usual matchups and feuds. I would watch that show.

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  62. But Lesnar is a genetic freak, and he's not normal!

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  63. Any place. If New Japan wanted to expand in the states, Bryan would be a good pick up.

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  64. I think Tenay is the most underrated announcer in the history of wrestling.

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  65. So, I guess that means we have to reduce Bryan's chance by at least 66 2/3rds?

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  66. I've been seeing comments about that lately - did they announce some sort of expansionist plan? I know they have the NJPW Dojo in LA, but I've never heard of them wanting to do more than loan out the occasional worker.

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  67. If Bryan jumped to another promotion would it help them get to another level ala Hogan? Stupid comparison, yes, but I do wonder what would happen if he bolted for some reason.

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  68. "What's Bryan Danielson doing in the Tokyo Dome, Taz?"
    "We don't announce together any more, Tenay, and I have no interest in having casual conversation with you. Stay away from me *JUDO THROW*".

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  69. It wouldn't make any sense for Bryan to go to ROH in this hypothetical, but he'd be God in ROH if he ever went back. People would literally carry him to the ring and let him walk on their bodies on his way to the back.

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  70. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 3, 2015 at 8:37 AM

    I'd be fine if they announce those type of events a week in advance, at least more could watch and have something to look forward to.

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  71. Bryan has 141 2/3rds chance of winning @ Sacrifice?

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  72. I would say that is true. You can't please everyone. No TV show does.

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  73. It's understandable.

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  74. That's fucking stupid.

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  75. Who? TNA\ROH? Going to Japan would be his best option, I'd think.

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  76. I was still disappointed. I truly enjoy the endless 1990s WCW recaps, but it's beginning to wear thin even for me.

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  77. He has one of those voices with a cadence that you could listen to all day. I loved his induction of JYD into the Hall of Fame.

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  78. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 3, 2015 at 8:37 AM

    And then, Zeke had to win it on the last episode for no reason.

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  79. If Brock Lesnar had Scott Steiner's promo ability, he would perhaps be the single greatest heel in wrestling history.

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  80. I don't think I've heard anything of them wanting to expand, I'm just throwing an idea out there.

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  81. First: "There aren't enough minorities on Friends!"
    Later: "They only made Ross' new girlfriend black so they can address the lack of minorities on the show!"

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  82. I was watching a couple of Total Divas episodes yesterday, and one episode honestly has THEE perfect template for Cena's heel character. He was doing these competitions with Nikki Bella that basically amounted to #CENAWINSLOL and he was essentially a hypercompetitive dick going out of his way to remind Nikki of his superiority at all tymes while also being as annoying as possible about it. He even busted out his old rewind schtick from when he was The Prototype!

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  83. Anyone out there who runs their own blog. What site did you use? Any pointers for a young up and coming blogger? I'm thinking of starting a wrestling/fast food review/pop culture musings type thing to satisfy my thirst for attention. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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  84. They're working with ROH more and more in North America. They're trying to build a North America audience slowly.

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  85. "If you take my 33 1/3 percents and add it to Samoa Joe's 33 1/3 percent, then you've got 66.6% chance of winnin' at Sacrifice."

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  86. Also, if this happened, I'm sure Brie Bella would file for divorce.

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  87. Both those companies have their own stigmas attached to them that even Bryan couldn't overcome. It'd have to be somewhere new to mainstream like New Japan, or maybe the nebuulous GFW.

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  88. All I know is Lesnar has a 141 2/3 chance of winnin' at Sacrifice

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  89. I do feel like we're reliving the same period over and over again. Keith will eventually catch up with CFB, who's two years behind Hall. And RocK Star Gary on the forums is a year behind Keith.

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  90. Having English-speaking commentary for their internet streams was definitely a smart move.

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  91. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 3, 2015 at 8:40 AM

    Wrong Bella.

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  92. Thanks for the heads up, I'll look into it.

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  93. Burnt Biscuit! Biff KensingtonFebruary 3, 2015 at 8:41 AM

    Aye, will do.

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  94. ABSOLUTELY! I've got some time later this afternoon I'm trying to really get this project off the ground. It's been something I've been thinking about for awhile. I will definitely keep you in mind. If you'd like to stay as close to the project as possible you can email your ideas at:
    bro.danimal.crossing.bro@gmail.com
    We can spitball and see what we come up with.

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  95. Don't most people use wordpress these days?

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  96. It seemed like he missed out a star going by the write-up.

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  97. That isn't necessarily what he said. He said if you search for her online you'll come across all the issues she's had over the last 10 years or so. Like you said, she appears to be a train wreck these days so they don't want that around.

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  98. Crowd was split with Reigns on RAW, and like it or not, there were a small amount of boos for Bryan when he went on the mic after his match. It's going to happen.

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  99. PPV crowds are different. It will be at least 95% Pro Bryan.

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