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Backstage Reaction to HHH's Appearance on Steve Austin's Podcast

It has been reported that many of the talent did not believe HHH when he said that he had no beef with CM Punk. Also, many of the talent agreed with HHH when he said RAW needed to revert back to the two hour format.

http://wrestlingnewssource.com/news/37869/Backstage-Reaction-To-Triple-Hs-Podcast-Appearance/



Potential Daniel Bryan vs. Dolph Ziggler Match at WrestleMania on Hold?

Right now there is talk that the company will keep Ziggler & Ryback as a team and have them work a tag match at WrestleMania. Some in the company are even speculating that the Bryan vs. Reigns match was made for Fast Lane because the company has already started heading into a different direction for WrestleMania

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Comments

  1. Zigglers/Ryback vs Kane/Big Show.

    Who does the job?

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  2. Today's News: Yes movement is getting Daniel Bryan into the Main event, watch Raw to see what happens.
    Tomorrows news: WWE is against Bryan being in the main event, watch WWE to see what happens instead.

    WWE are marketing geniuses.

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  3. Kane, because he can just go away for a short while, come back with the mask and be considered a main eventer again no matter how much he jobs in the meantime.

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  4. I doubt many believed Triple H when he said he didn't have an issue with Punk.

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  5. bWo have done another interview today talking about their legacy and careers.

    They were actually so over and well remembered that a comedy jobber stable from a no3 promotion gets talked about still.
    Why is Paul Heyman not running the booking of WWE's midcard right now?

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  6. I think the answer is somewhere in the middle, as it usually is. There's quite obviously issues there, but I think from HHH's end of it, the issues were more just that he was so goddamn difficult to work with. Punk's issues with them were much deeper and numerous, I'd say.


    So while there clearly were issues, I fully believe HHH and Vince when they say they'd work with him again. But I also think Punk's complaints are most likely valid, by and large, and he's largely justified in not wanting to work with them again.

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  7. Just wanted you guys opinion on something. Was watching a commercial for the wwe hall of fame on the WWE. And saw Undertaker do that "on one knee with his arm up in the air thing" towards paul bearer's family (I think). Is that all he did? Would it have killed the guy to break character and thank him without the hokey shit? Ive only seen that not the show. So appologies if he gave a heart warming speech.

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  8. I do believe however that Punk is the kind of guy to grumble about things to friends and then when someone like HHH comes up to him and asks straight up he'd say that things were cool. Punk wasn't exactly the kind of guy to pour his heart out, he probably thrived on that resentment.

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  9. Slow news day.

    This just in:

    I love ice cream.

    Credit me

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  10. I think HHH would be fine with working with Punk again. It's also palpable that HHH and Punk just don't mesh as people. You can hear the bile in their voices when talking about one another.

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  11. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:00 AM

    Agree that Bryan/Ziggler should be off the table. Bryan's the most over guy in the company and last year was the main focal point of Mania, and this year he's gonna have a no-feud, no-stakes nothing match against a midcard babyface who loses all the time? NO BUYS.

    If he's not gonna get a title match, then I'd much rather see Bryan have a match against Sheamus. At least Sheamus would be a heel and come in with more credibility than Ziggler, and they'd be able to craft a more heated angle than "Let's go out there and steal the show buddy!!"

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  12. He did not, and I have no problem with what he did. Seemed appropriate.

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  13. I'm pretty sure it's all he did, and I'm willing to wager that the Moody family loved it. They weren't at his funeral, after all. They were at a WWE event.

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  14. I'm reminded of the Angle/Benoit match at WM17, it was thrown together a week before the show because they have nothing else to do with them despite being incredibly popular.

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  15. 100% opposites in every way

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  16. Ok. I will accept that. Just wondering :)

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  17. ThebrazilianpsychoFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:02 AM

    HOSS 3:16

    Give me your ice cream.

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  18. That's moot if he contacted them personally which I assume he did.

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  19. Although it was reported on Tuesday via Reddit user "MetsFan4Ever" that
    WWE officials were considering changing NXT star Kalisto's gimmick to
    that of a gay hair stylist, WWE sources reached out today and claimed
    that is not the case, and that Kalisto will not be changing characters
    at all.

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  20. I guess El Salon is no longer a thing.

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  21. TGIF BOYS!!!!


    We gonna have FUUUUUUUN TODAY!!!

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  22. What kind of ice cream?

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  23. Kalisto is such a perfect name for a gay hair dresser.

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  24. NO GIVE ME A HELL YEAH!!!!! NO GIVE ME YOUR FUCKING ICE CREAM!!!!!!!!!!! KICK, WHAM, CHOKESLAM

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  25. KHALI MA KHALI MA KHALI MA!


    *attempts to tear out Reign's heart*

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  26. Gonna have some ICE CREAM today!

    :: Hoss dance ::

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  27. So when is Cena turning heel? LOL

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  28. Not that I was in favour of a Ziggler/Bryan match, but Ziggler's never getting out of the midcard, is he?

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  29. I thought we agreed the Hoss Dance would simulate you eating ice cream cones and not popsicles. It looks wrong.

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  30. ThebrazilianpsychoFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:05 AM

    I have a better idea, give him the arc.

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  31. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:05 AM

    Wasn't Angle a heel? That match had some heat that a face/face "Let's do cool movez pal!" Bryan/Ziggler match wouldn't be able to have.

    Plus Ziggler is nowhere near as good or as credible as Benoit or Angle were at that point, and Bryan is a way bigger deal now than Benoit or Angle were at the time. This match is having the guy who won Mania last year now sink down to wrestling a virtual job guy a year later, PLUS there's the match would have no stakes or feud attached to it. It's garbage.

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  32. I believe most of the beef was Punk's way as he clearly (and was probably justified) still upset about booking decisions made many months earlier. He's a guy that holds grudges and HHH probably has enough shit on his table from day to day not to think about those things.

    That being said I'm sure HHH hated dealing with Punk when he had to because I'm sure Punk wasn't an easy hand to deal with.

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  33. Many kinds. Faves include baskin ribbons chocolate chip and culvers coconut chocolate almond crunch.

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  34. "It has to be this one. It looks like a conditioner bottle, and Jesus would have wanted to have rockin' hair like mine"

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  35. What about Curtis Axel? The man loses both his spot in the Royal Rumble and his tag team partner (yeah Rybxel broke up but now Ryback is back in tag competition with someone else).

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  36. Nope. Maybe here and there, he'll have flashes of ascendency but for the most part, he's stuck. He's nearing his mid-thirties and if they didn't push him after his superhuman effort at Survivor Series, they never will.

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  37. ThebrazilianpsychoFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:06 AM

    Yeah, the holy conditioner is better.

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  38. How'd I find the one chick in 2015 that wants to hook up but doesn't like to suck dick. How is this even a thing? I'm blown away.

    Should I even bother?

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  39. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:06 AM

    Almost definitely not. Read a smackdown recap and the dude comes out next to Ryback wearing a "The Little Guy" workout belt.


    I think the midcard is where Ziggler should be, actually.

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  40. Consider a fat white guy doing the Icky Woods Shuffle.

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  41. Yeah, 34, and has had the Ziggler gimmick since 2008.

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  42. What's weird is now they've done THREE moments with him that could have been truly star-making, iconic moments and just done nothing with it: his win over Cena with the superkick at TLC '12, his post-WM29 Raw cash-in on ADR, and beating the Authority at Survivor Series.
    And then just nothing.

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  43. Does she want you to go down on her? Because if she does and won't reciprocate, she's a selfish bitch.

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  44. Ziggler and Cody Rhodes could be great pillars of the midcard.

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  45. Survivor Series was meant as a showcase for Sting. I said it when it happens and all of their booking since says it had nothing to do with Ziggler at all. He was just a prop for Sting to come save to start the feud with HHH no one wants to see.

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  46. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:09 AM

    Plus his offense is about as weak as it gets. Aside from the fact that he has the least protected finishers in wrestling history, the dude also spends 90% of his matches bumping like a maniac. Which can be fun to watch, but doesn't exactly make him seem like a star.

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  47. You can only have so many 'star-making' moments before people just won't buy it anymore.

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  48. ThebrazilianpsychoFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:09 AM

    Mr.McMahon Utopia video gets better after trolling the fan base multiple times.

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  49. The one in seeing now kept holding out on it and building it up to be this magical experience I'd eventually get. It really wasn't any different than any other ones.

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  50. Yeah, but to answer your question, one would actually have to care about Curtis Axel.

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  51. I still have hope for Cody. He's still only 29.

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  52. That's the thing: each time, people have definitely bought it. He was right there with people ready for him to be a huge star. I'm not advocating him being The Guy or anything, but there's no good reason he isn't a permanent fixture in the upper echelon by now.

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  53. consulting with rasslin fans for advice probably isn't your best route.

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  54. I ain't ever cared about Curtis Axel and I ain't fixin to start now.

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  55. His offense is to bump so insanely the opponent thinks he hass legit killed him. Then when the guy is distracted BAM! Zig Zag outta nowhere for a 2 count before losing.


    He uses this same formula whether fighting Mark Henry, Rusev, or Fandango. The guy doesn't understand the importance of selling moves at all, he just knows he's really good at bumping.

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  56. Kid ROCK BawitdabadadangadangdFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:11 AM

    I'm all aboard the Reigns Train! Choo-Choo!!!

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  57. ThebrazilianpsychoFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:11 AM

    Video promo for the SCSA/Dude Love No DQ match.

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  58. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:11 AM

    Moment #4 coming up when he has a SHOW STEALING 8-minute match with Bryan to open up Mania 31???

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  59. You can continue to hook up with her but anything t more would be foolish

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  60. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:11 AM

    Find a chick who loves to give oral early and often. Otherwise, cut 'em loose. Otherwise, they'll never give it out and you'll be one of those poor guys who has to 'ask' for it 'because it's my Birthday'.

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  61. I don't say it as a slight to Cody. Huge fan. But being "midcard" shouldn't be a bad thing.

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  62. Nah. You can find something else. Sounds like a prude.

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  63. Brotivational Brovice.

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  64. He hasn't developed his act in five years. Not moveset, not look, not in-ring ability. He's just been 'there'.

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  65. Roman Trains

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  66. I'll jump on that caboose!

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  67. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:12 AM

    I don't know what that looks like.


    Can I just imagine a fat white guy doing the Truffle Shuffle?

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  68. really? I think a lot of their issues come from being similar people. Sometimes you hate the guys who are like you most of all.

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  69. I've said this before, but not only is his offensive arsenal weak, it's also shallow. He'll just repeat moves.

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  70. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:13 AM

    Another case of if there was a credible, legit #2 wrestling promotion Cody and Ziggler would be prime candidates to go there, become world champs, make a load of money and up their profile as stars.

    Instead you can probably fast forward to Wrestlemania 35 when Cody and Ziggler will both still be in the pre-show battle royal and Booker T will be referring to them as "two young guys trying to make a name for themselves in this biznass."

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  71. You're right. And Cody's made the absolute most of everything he's been given.

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  72. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 6, 2015 at 9:14 AM

    I care for him as well.

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  73. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:14 AM

    Yeah. Paul Bearer's sons actually said on Twitter or Facebook that they loved it and that their Dad would have too, due to The Internet having a shit-fit over the idea of CM Punk / WWE / Undertaker 'disrespecting' Paul Bearer like that.

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  74. If the midcard was booked the way it was booked in the 80s and 90s it wouldn't be a bad thing. It wouldn't be a bad thing to start booking people to take over Big Show and Kane's spot.

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  75. I always thought that if they were going to go Kayfabe, they should have had a moment with Kane, Taker, Foley, and maybe Vader all out there together.

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  76. I told my fiance she is to drink nothing but tequila on our honeymoon. Why might never leave the room at all if that happens.

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  77. Where are you going?

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  78. I think the complaints about Ziggler's offense is one of the most incorrect commonly made claims on this board.

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  79. Well, she's not a prude, I've just started talking to her last night and I've already seen her tits and she clearly wants to fuck, I just can't imagine a girl not wanting to give head.

    She wants to meet up today and I asked her if she would and her response was "maybe". I dunno.

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  80. We are thinking about taking a cruise through the bahamas.

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  81. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBGXZZhhVaU

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  82. Hope she has a nice ample chest.

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  83. In the heat of battle many have done what they vowed to never do.

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  84. If she won't give head she sounds like a prude. Tits mean nothing.

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  85. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:16 AM

    My ex was a filthy, filthy thing who would do just about anything and everything... except give head. For some girls is an exception.


    Does this chick describe herself as 'bi' at all? Sometimes I've found that means "I'm mostly attracted to other girls, but I'll be with a guy so long as I don't have to touch his penis with my mouth".

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  86. I don't know what grenades have to do with this situation.

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  87. Obviously you're not dating Francine as she was the head cheerleader.

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  88. The Survivor Series one is the biggest shame, but sadly, that moment would've been for Reigns had he not been injured. Dolph was pretty much a sub for Roman in that whole feud.

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  89. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:17 AM

    In what way?

    I know movesets are generally reduced across the board in WWE to punchy-kicky stuff, but honestly--- whenever I watch a Ziggler match I'm amazed at how little offense he gets in and how unmemorable his offensive spots are.

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  90. Very good insight here.

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  91. Nah, I haven't come across that.

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  92. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:17 AM

    Grenadine goes well in cocktails that you can then give to your lady.

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  93. I think Ziggler is improving as a babyface. He has really learned the art of obtaining baby face sympathy. Unfortunately his matches are rarely booked to allow him to rally for a babyface comeback.

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  94. Total prude. Abort.

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  95. Kid ROCK BawitdabadadangadangdFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:17 AM

    "Facts, ...where did you get a hand grenade?"

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  96. Bumping the same for Fandango as you do for Bray Wyatt is idiotic and worthy or criticism, IMO

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  97. That cracked me up, too. People complaining about Punk and the urn. William Moody worked in professional wrestling for 35 goddamn years. He'd have loved it.

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  98. Just watched the MITB match from WM25, and I'm struck by the fact that no matter how amazing the MITB matches are, no matter how many great spots there are, all the matches blend into one another in a way that normal ladder matches don't.

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  99. maybe she's waiting to reveal her sick fetish to you.

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  100. Cody's got one of the best movesets in WWE. His spots all look good. He's got a good moonsault, good springboard clothesline, Beautiful Disaster kick looks great, Crossrhodes is awesome, he's got solid punches, and the moves he adopted from Dustin work well too.


    Get him out of the facepaint!

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  101. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 6, 2015 at 9:18 AM

    A train......that's faster than a speeding bullet. PPPPPPEEEEEWWWW!

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  102. I've never once asked for oral. I will always prefer the other two options.

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  103. Also, I don't care how filthy she is, that no oral thing is dangerously close to a deal breaker.

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  104. Zigglers real problem is foot in the mouth disease.

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  105. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:19 AM

    Exactly. I'd say it's a problem for babyfaces across the board in WWE but Ziggler NEVER just has a few minutes ina match where he's beating the shit out of anyone. I know he's supposed to be the sympathetic underdog, but so is Daniel Bryan and he absolutely murderizes heels when he gets the chance. Ziggler will hit Fandango with a dropkick, and then two seconds later he's doing a 360 flip from a Fandango clothesline.

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  106. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 6, 2015 at 9:19 AM

    Eh, I found the WM25 MITB match to be fine. The WM26 one on the other hand.....

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  107. Imagine a fat white guy doing the Cupid Shuffle.

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  108. Yeah, they really are just a bunch of forgettable spot fests.

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  109. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:20 AM

    Oh agree on Cody. I was talking about Ziggler.

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  110. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 6, 2015 at 9:20 AM

    See also: Cesaro.

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  111. still the best intro for a PPV I've ever seen

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  112. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:20 AM

    I did say she was my ex ;) (Not just for that. but yeah, it was a factor!)

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  113. I got bored of the Money in the Bank matches and the Money in the Bank concept years ago. Lazy storytelling.

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  114. Eh, keep yourself in practice for the next girl.

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  115. That's bumping. I'm talking about his (apparently underrated at least around here) offense. I agree about his bumping. It's his greatest strength and weakness for just that reason.

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  116. Don't get me wrong I really enjoyed the match, I was blown away by some of the spots, but I know tomorrow i'll forget everything about it.

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  117. The first one, the one from 23, and the two from 2011 stick out. The others blend.

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  118. He recently added Dark Matter and Diamond Dust too.

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  119. I did Aruba and it was wonderful.

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  120. I don't have specifics to rattle off without watching a match. I just know every time I'm watching a match with my friends I remark that I don't get why people shit on his offense/moveset and their response is usually, "Why would anyone think that?" And then I try to explain this place and give up, because I don't think there's a good answer to the question.

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  121. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 6, 2015 at 9:22 AM

    I still remember spots from that match, even if I haven't seen it for years.

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  122. usos v rybak/ziggler v ascension v caesaro/kidd for the tag titles?

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  123. I know I just look for any excuse to praise Cody Rhodes. Speaking of Cody Rhodes man that guy is a talent!

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  124. I doubt many believed Triple H.



    FTFY.

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  125. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:23 AM

    I don't know that either. I'm not down with the kids. I'm just gonna pretend he's going Gangnam Style with an ice cream in each hand.

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  126. He is improving on offense and psychology, I will give him that, but that finisher kinda sucks and he doesn't have a standout offense at all besides his super kick, which I hope they let him use as a finisher. I don't think HBK is coming back anytime soon so why not let him use that.

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  127. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:23 AM

    Agreed.

    You know which one stuck out for me? The recent one that Rollins one, because they actually did that awesome angle where Ambrose fights his way back from an injury into the match and almost wins. It was a MITB match with an actually angle and a face/heel feud dynamic.

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  128. I'm so done with winter.

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  129. Is it real considered foot in mouth if he's completely right with what he says?

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  130. Me too. Another foot or so in Boston over the weekend.

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  131. Kid ROCK BawitdabadadangadangdFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:24 AM

    She was overrated.

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  132. People have been talking about him using the Superkick finish since 2012. It ain't happening at this point and now too many people routinely use the superkick for it to work as a finish. Rusev, Usos, Harper and Ziggler all bust out superkicks.

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  133. Roman Reigns has also been doing interviews where he comes across as a dick. I think Roman will Dolph himself by the end of the year.

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  134. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:24 AM

    Some questions in life are just unanswerable, such as "Why are we here?" or "Does Dolph Ziggler have a credible offensive moveset?" I hear ya.

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  135. we're getting about 7-8 inches in CT, or so they say... but still, ugh.


    I'm counting down the days to spring training.

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  136. I've been with three girls is the past that, in reference to giving blowjobs, said, "Ew, I don't do that!" Once the the clothes came off the first thing they did was head downstairs.

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  137. 'Reddit user MetsFan4Ever, a verified WWE insider who has broke news in the past, has said that Roman Reigns will win his match with Daniel Bryan at WWE Fast Lane and face Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania. The only reason the Reigns/Bryan match was made, according to MetsFan4Ever, is so WWE can please the “marks” while getting Reigns over. They will stick with their plan regardless of how the fans react because Reigns vs Lesnar is the planned main event of Wrestlemania 31.

    He also said that WWE knows people will watch Wrestlemania regardless of the card. He said he was told they could book Doink the Clown vs Brock Lesnar and fans would still watch because Wrestlemania is bigger than anyone on the show.

    Even though Reigns is going over at Fast Lane, Bryan was picked to get him ready for Wrestlemania. Bryan is considered one of the most physical wrestlers on the roster and can prepare Reigns for a match with Lesnar.'

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  138. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:27 AM

    I was astonished at the time. "The WWE are using real life events to get heat on a fictional storyline!" I'd like to imagine those fans have since discovered Wrestlemania VII via the network, and their heads exploded.

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  139. Now THAT is a dealbreaker.

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  140. Ziggler/Ryback tag team is so stupid. You know what this show needs? Solid non-authority heels. Ziggler and Ryback have nothing to do? Turn one or both heel. Ziggler could work with anyone up or down the card. For instance, if Roman Reigns is your guy and you need to keep his momentum going, who better than the sell machine that Ziggler is to make him look amazing for his first post Mania program.

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  141. Cena vs Orton,one more timeFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:27 AM

    Not if Vince likes him. Generally,if your boss likes you,you can bypass a lot of the rules.I think Roman will be fine,unless he says something absolutely horrible.

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  142. Doink wins or we riot.

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  143. I'd prefer Doink vs Lesnar at Mania

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  144. All that will happen is that Bryan, basically being God with a better beard, will make Reigns look like a million bucks and the match with Brock will expose him horribly.

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  145. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:29 AM

    Doink vs Brock would be awesome, and a nice surprise way to get Chris Jericho onto the card. Even if it will make HBK sad.

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  146. At least Doink doesn't bore me like Reigns does.

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  147. It didn't save Batista back in 2005 and I'm sure Vince loved the guy. If there's one thing Vince loves more than meaty thighs it's humbling dudes and pushing them into pools.

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  148. They overestimate the fan base

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  149. Pretty much what I expect. I don't expect Reigns/Lesnar to be good for a number of reason. If the conventional wisdom afterwards is that it hit ***, that's actually a win for them in my book. Really expecting *1/2 to **.

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  150. Cena vs Orton,one more timeFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:30 AM

    I bet Brock is salivating at the thought of roughing up another of Vince's pretty poster boys.

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  151. Were Matt Borne still with us I would rather see Doink - Lesnar than Reigns - Lesnar. At least there would be promos.

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  152. Wow! Holy Smoke! Crash landing!

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  153. So is Vince, but for different reasons.

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  154. But if it's not expected to be good, do they move the match away from the main event?

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  155. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:31 AM

    JBL's called 'second' after Vince is through.

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  156. I just got the sudden thought that a heel Sheamus/Ambrose match would rock.

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  157. We are also stopping in Key West.

    I'd love to be there right now instead of this office.

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  158. I like winter, but living in a place with no winter activities is a drag.

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  159. "Mean" Dean AndrewsFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:32 AM

    I agree, the only problem I have is that both guys really need a win at this point. That's definitely a fresh match-up that would have my interest though.

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  160. They don't have another closing match IMO.


    If Reigns/Lesnar is mediocre to bad.
    Sting/HHH is bad (and it should be)
    Wyatt/Taker is bad (and it should be, Taker is elderly)


    And you're not doing Bryan/Ziggler. This could be a pretty awful wrestling card.


    Where is there a legitimate match you have no doubt will be good?

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  161. Sting-HHH could have that "sports-entertainment" feel to it similar to the Vince-Hogan match from WM 19, but it still shouldn't be the main event. Could this WM supplant the others as worst ever?

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  162. Am I the only one who thinks his "high spots" are shit? It's like the Cena Moves of Doom. I'm tired of them all, we can all see them coming, and I am desperate for them to change it.

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  163. Worst_in_the_WorldFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:35 AM

    Well problem solved, cause if that match happens Ambrose is jobbing like the jobbiest jobber who's ever jobbed.

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  164. To be fair that hypothetical main event still features Brock Lesnar, not sure people would still watch if it was Doink Vs Adam Rose.


    What do they mean this MetsFan4Ever dude is 'verified WWE insider'? Verified by who?

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  165. Cena vs Orton,one more timeFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:36 AM

    Sheamus loses very rarely ,so I'd have Ambrose win.

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  166. Why is the AA a finishing move? It's just a body slam/fireman's carry. I don't understand why its played up as a huge finishing move.

    And what other finishers do you feel are lacking impact?

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  167. He is right but like it or not within many corporate cultures you don't air out the company's dirty laundry out in public.

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  168. I don't know, Sting was pretty bad last time he was in a ring, and Sting hasn't been around in months and his debut kind was kind of underwhelming anyway. There's no natural animosity behind a Sting/HHH match whereas you had a wealth of story depth to Vince/Hogan.


    So I could see being a pretty lame match with not a lot of heat for the story.

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  169. Sheamus would be fine taking a loss. Multi-time World Champion and has been a presence for 5 years now. If only he could actually get healthy. There are quite a few matches I'd like to see from Sheamus.

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  170. no, b/c I'll be there getting drunk and having fun regardless.

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  171. Not sure who he has been verified by but hasn't he been dead on with many of his predictions?

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  172. I doubt it could beat WrestleMania 2 or 11 for that claim.

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  173. Kid ROCK BawitdabadadangadangdFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:39 AM

    I think the set up is what legitimizes that one. It's basically a body slam but the pageantry makes it feel more important.

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  174. If Ziggler & Ryback do indeed stay as a team, who would they face at Mania? Ascension is all I can think of and they are terrible. Doubt they give Kidd & Cesaro a tag match

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  175. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 6, 2015 at 9:39 AM

    That's why it's a finishing move, it causes back aches.

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  176. The Spicoli driver was a great move back in the late 90's. Dreamer and Saturn used it a lot. I would hope it hasn't been relegated to transition move the way the spinebuster did. I still feel bad for Arn although I'm sure he's the agent who suggested using it. His was always the most impactful.

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  177. Cena vs Orton,one more timeFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:39 AM

    Edge's spear.That is some weak shit.

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  178. ThebrazilianpsychoFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:40 AM

    Zig Zag, Angle Slam is some occasions.

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  179. If underskill's happy, we all happy.

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  180. Kid ROCK BawitdabadadangadangdFebruary 6, 2015 at 9:40 AM

    Christian's spear.

    That was just embarrassing.

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  181. They're setting it up like Kidd/Cesaro are getting a tag title match at Fast Lane, so I would assume they win the belts and defend at Mania if the plan is to have Ziggler/Ryback as a tag team.


    Or, if it's not tag title related, then Ziggler/Ryback face *shudder* Big Show & Kane

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  182. Hogan's legdrop was the most devastating finish for years. In wrestling they sell them like big finishing moves and then people react to them as such.

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  183. I reckon Kidd & Cesaro are taking the belts from the Usos at Fast Lane, and then facing The Zig Guy at Mania

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  184. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©February 6, 2015 at 9:41 AM

    Which version of the Zig Zag though, the Fameasser version or the other version?

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  185. To be fair Christian never won a Worlds Title with his spear. His spear was a transition move. The unprettier was his finish.

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