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Daniel Bryan Update

Bryan, who was sent home from the European tour, was reported by Bryan Alvarez of "Wrestling Observer Live" to have suffered a concussion after wrestling Sheamus on the 4/2/15 edition of Smackdown. Click on the link below to view the transcript of what Alvarez said about the situation.

http://www.cagesideseats.com/wwe/2015/4/16/8438455/daniel-bryan-reported-suffered-concussion-before-wwe-european-tour



Update on Steve Austin/WWE Situation

According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com, WWE sources have indicated to him that there are still problems between both parties. Johnson reports that the WWE sent a cease and desist to prowrestlingtees.com after WrestleMania weekend, which included the website taking down a good amount of shirts that they sell for Austin. There is also talk that John Cena using the springboard stunner is designed as a way to infuriate Austin. It has also been reported that Austin turning down "Tough Enough" was a major factor in the current issues. Austin has said on his podcast that he turned down that role as it conflicted with the filming of "Broken Skull Challenge."

http://pwinsider.com/article/93102/latest-on-wwe-and-steve-austin.html?p=1



WWE Signing Luchador to a Developmental Deal?

It has been reported that the Laredo Kid, who had a tryout with the company last week, has been offered a deal and is undergoing medical tests and is expected to report to NXT in June as long as no problems arise.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Newsletter



TNA Wrestler Leaves the Company

The Great Sanada is apparently gone from the company as he was moved to the "Alumni" section of the TNA website.

http://pwinsider.com/article/93111/another-tna-departure.html?p=1



And make sure to head on over to Place to be Nation as the 2nd Round of the "Greatest Wrestling Theme Song" is underway. You can vote by clicking on the links below:

http://placetobenation.com/ptbns-greatest-wrestling-theme-song-tournament-venice-beach-california-region-round-2-part-1/

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Comments

  1. Would Austin really give a shit about someone using a variation of his move 12 years later? Or does the WWE just assume everyone is as petty as they are?

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  2. Nice going, "Fella."

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  3. Austin on his podcast I think was reported to have been against Cena using the move.

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  4. If Bryan has a concussion and he was continuing to wrestle, then he must have passed the WWE Concussion Test that Punk was talking about.

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  5. Not that a concussion is some minor injury, but I'm relieved that it isn't related to his previous neck/arm problems.

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  7. Just reminds me of how he tried to keep his past injuries under wraps.

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  8. So I guess Sanada's parting gift was two tickets to the neighborhood Sizzler.

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  9. You can pass a concussion test while still having a low-grade concussion. Concussions don't always fully present, symptomatically, at or in the short term following the impact, especially if they're low-grade, but repeated low-grade concussions still contribute to CTE.

    That's what makes concussions so dangerous and such a bitch to get a solid grip on.

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  10. Watching south park's cock magic and freemium isn't free. A good start on a Friday morning

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  11. World of food and possibly movies too? Who knows what will be next!

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  12. MOUNTIE ALERT:

    Venice Region Round Two

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  13. At the same time, he didn't rant about it so much as mention how retarded it is to use that move as a transition, which it is.

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  14. Makes sense. And it is a goofy looking move.

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  15. Darth Dr. Facts VaderApril 17, 2015 at 7:16 AM

    DO YOU BLEEEEEEEEEEEED? YOU WILL!...............................

    -Batman

    I ain't got time to bleed.

    -Jesse Ventura.

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  16. Worst transition move: ddt. That should be a move that knocks out anybody and now it barely gets a pinfall attempt

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  17. I'm....skeptical, but only because I still haven't washed the taste of that Green Lantern out of my mouth. Like the complete opposite of Ecto Cooler.

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  18. No. A shot to the nads is the worst transition move.

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  19. Kicked out Meekin... cold blooded.

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  20. I think you nailed it there.

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  21. He means worst transition move that should be a finisher. DDT isn't a bad choice

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  22. You think Bryan's condition has anything to do with him taking Bull Hammers and Brogue Kicks for the past 2 months?

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  23. Well Bryan having a concussion, while really bad, might be best case scenario in the realm of injury possibilities with him.

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  24. Ziggler's in particular should be death.

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  25. Why can't a kick to the nads be a finisher? I mean, how often did Goldust use Shattered Dreams?

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  26. Darth Dr. Facts VaderApril 17, 2015 at 7:22 AM

    Even if the stories are true, why is a multi million dollar company so petty to people who made them money and brought them out of near death quickly turn on those who end up having a life outside of that business?

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  27. It was the right thing to do. Whether he was active or inactive.

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  28. It looks fucking awful. Cena shouldn't be using a springboard anything.

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  29. It's so clunky. Looks awkward.

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  30. "Hey Austin, we want you to host this season of Tough Enough despite the fact that we did nothing with the winner from the last season you hosted."

    "Sorry guys, I've got prior obligations with another show I'm filming. Maybe next time."

    FUCK YOU, YOU WERE NOTHING WITHOUT ME! TAKE YOUR HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL AND POPULAR BLOG AND YOUR DAMNED T-SHIRTS AND SHOVE THEM UP YOUR ASS PAL!!"

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  31. Agreed. He's talented enough not to have to resort to dopey spots like that too

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  32. My favorite was always the Cactus Jack double-underhook DDT. The Rock had a good planting DDT and even the tornado DDT doesn't get pinfalls.

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  33. One could write a whole book about vince and his pettiness

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  34. I just wonder who the first person will be that just, logically, steps out of the way.

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  35. Well it could. The same way just punching someone relentlessly in the head or nose could, but in pro wrestling a bit more drama is required.

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  36. Hoping on Rollins. That'd be a awesome dick move.

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  37. There's never logic in wrestling moves. If there was, no one would watch

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  38. I always thought of Rusev's mindset when he saw this coming, "Yeah you'd better run fuc... wait, is he going to blindly springboard backwards... and do WHAT?"


    WHAM!

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  39. Isn't this every issue between Austin and WWE?
    Austin: *logical concern about the WWE wasting potential resources (strong finishers, matches with Brock, etc.)*
    Vince: YOU'RRRRRRRRRRREEEE FIIIIIRRRRRRRRRRED.
    Austin: *makes money elsewhere*

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  40. They know WM is in Texas... and are using Cena to lure Austin in for one more go.

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  41. Yeah, nutshots in wrestling are best followed with a roll-up, with full feet-on-the-ropes leverage. They should only be used for screwjob endings.

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  42. I forget who it was but I remember a match where the guy went for a whisper in the wind type move to a standing opponent, and the guy just moved, laughed and shook his head, and then just pinned him for the win. It may have been Essa Rios. I remember just laughing my ass off.

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  43. i always thought disco inferno did a better stunner

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  44. Absolutely, this is great news to start the day.

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  45. Well, that's true. But as secondwhiteline said, it would be a funny/awesome move.

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  46. ALSO HEY ARE YOU BUSY NEXT MARCH, PAL? I'VE GOT A LITTLE SHOW IN DALLAS AND WHATAMANEUVER IT WOULD BE IF YOU CAME!

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  47. YES. Orton in particular has a really devastating DDT (in wrestling logic, draped on the ropes = fully unprotected), but it's just a signature move.
    I think the issue is that it's a move that anyone can do to guys of any size. And for looking great, it's relatively low-impact. So everyone wants to use it.
    I always dug Lita's DDT with the wind-up she did with her leg. Made it look like she was really pulling a lot of momentum. Someone should bring that back.

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  48. Ok, now Vince is fucking with Austin's money. That's a surefire way to improve relations, jackass.

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  49. I wish Orton would beat a few jobbers with that draping DDT, really get it over as a possible finish.

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  50. To be fair to WWE, they did pay him for ten years to do basically nothing

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  51. To answer the question, the piledriver. Even when it's busted out (since it's the deadliest of deadly finishers since it's banned), there's no pin that comes from it.

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  52. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!April 17, 2015 at 7:34 AM

    As we know, Austin is loaded. The only way relations improve is if WWE fixes them because Steve has no reason to fix them. Who needs who more? It is quite obvious.

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  53. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!April 17, 2015 at 7:35 AM

    Which is also one of the reasons why they don't let anyone get too over. Advantages and all that.

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  54. "It'll be more than one gimmick! You'd better pull up a lot more of them sumbitches to 316 Gimmick St if I'm gonna come save your gimmick up the road in Dallas, and that's the bottom line!"

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  55. No idea but if he was using stuff that is licensed by the WWE then they are right to make them stop selling the shirts

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  56. On his podcast, Austin said he agreed to do Tough Enough but they changed the shooting schedule and it conflicted with his Broken Skull Challenge which he had already signed on to do. If that's true, it seems more like wwe's fault than Austin's.

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  57. Just realized I used blog instead of podcast. Don't worry folks, it's fixed now.

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  58. Sanada was always going to be a temporary thing. Think of his TNA run as being like a "Gap year". I really felt TNA did a great job with him, considering his lack of English. They ran some nice babyface vignettes when he was X Division champ, and then he got to a have run as a heel with one of the best in the business James Storm. He'll be one to keep an eye on at Wrestle-1, which is where I assume he is now

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  59. WWE expects everyone to drop whatever they had planned in order to do something for them... no matter the inconvenience.

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  60. Wwe thinks they own him forever like a slave. If he doesn't ask how high when he's told to jump it would infuriate them. How dare he not do exactly as told!!!

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  61. What a shitty way for an independent contractor to behave!

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  62. blahblahblahblah5April 17, 2015 at 7:43 AM

    Or headbutting everything in sight like a psycho.

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  63. According to the internetz Austin has a net worth of 45 mil. And according to anyone who's seen wrestling he's a top 5 all time guy under almost any criteria you want to use. One guy who doesn't need to deal with any shit from wwe.

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  64. Shouldn't all of TNA's roster be gradually moving to the Alumni section?

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  65. Exactly. It's good to see guys like him and Rock where the company needs them far more than they need the company.

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  66. ThebrazilianpsychoApril 17, 2015 at 7:44 AM

    Uhaa nation has signed with WWE, that guy is what Roman needs to be, a power guy that can fly around.

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  67. blahblahblahblah5April 17, 2015 at 7:45 AM

    Fuck WWE. More entertainment value in Austin bullshitting with his wife for an hour than in all their programming from 2015 put together.

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  68. ThebrazilianpsychoApril 17, 2015 at 7:45 AM

    TNA with no AJ, Daniels or Joe isn't TNA.

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  69. ThebrazilianpsychoApril 17, 2015 at 7:46 AM

    Punk has 7 million, he doesn't have to crawl back to WWE.

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  70. Quite frankly we brought Steve Austin from obscurity, created the very successful Stone Cold character, and made him into a true WWE Superstar who was embraced by the WWE Universe.

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  71. I'm pretty disappointed in Cena if him using the stunner is indeed a way of slighting Austin. For a guy who constantly preaches about respect for the wrestling business, its history and its performers, he really is Vince's anus-sucking puppet. It's definitely something he could say no to (he can say no to anything, actually).

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  72. I'm as petty and spiteful as anyone and even I think Vince is childish.

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  73. Her dry wit paired with Austin's bombast is pretty funny. I bet she sighs a lot when she's around him.

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  74. Seriously, I wish he'd stop with the headbutts. Especially the stupid, stupid flying one.

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  75. ThebrazilianpsychoApril 17, 2015 at 7:49 AM

    Ever saw the Howard Stern interview in 2006?


    He says he owns everything to Vince.

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  76. Cena seems deceptively political. Sorry, I can't give up my multi-million dollar role because of the children! I think Zack Ryder deaerves a break! Hey, I tried!

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  77. Darth Dr. Facts VaderApril 17, 2015 at 7:50 AM

    VINCE?!

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  78. At least you can be entertaining!

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  79. I'd love if you changed your gimmick to CenaKiller.

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  80. "You're a bachelor! You need one plate, one bowl, one glass and one set of silverware!"

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  81. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 7:51 AM

    The Laredo Kid started wrestling when he was like 16 or 17 and has been around for about 10 years...He was pretty good in AAA until he injured his leg a few years back and i haven't seen much of him since...I think he's pretty good but he has no business in the WWE...I think NXT/WWE has enough high flying cruiserweights on the roster and needs to get back to creating new heavyweight stars because theyre the REAL moneymakers....

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  82. Oh man, I wish Eddie had done that to some random luchador back in WCW. Or Edge or Christian against Jeff Hardy back in the TLC days. The problem is that it makes the other guy look like a moron and kills any move you do that to.

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  83. Doesnt he have a couple ex-wives though? Not like it matters but im sure a chunk of that goes to them.

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  84. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 7:53 AM

    I think Cena does the Stunner better than Austin..It takes a lot of skill and athletic ability to hit a move like that while bouncing off of the ropes, esepically at Cena size.....

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  85. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©April 17, 2015 at 7:53 AM

    Maybe Barrett really did hit Bryan with a good bull hammer.

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  86. Someday. I'll probably be RussellMartinKiller for the summer. Which I guess would just make me American League pitching.

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  87. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 7:53 AM

    Kristin is more entertaining than Austin

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  88. Meh. I think Valentine had a better figure four than Flair. It's who does it, not how they do it.

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  89. I always agree with you. You're going to make an awesome dad much like myself.

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  90. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 7:54 AM

    Valentines figure four was better...

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  91. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonApril 17, 2015 at 7:54 AM

    Dammit. I needed Senada's signature on my X Division belt.

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  92. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonApril 17, 2015 at 7:54 AM

    He put the pressure on the proper leg.

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  93. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©April 17, 2015 at 7:54 AM

    Sounds like you may have to visit Japan for that one.

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  94. Oh man, he's slumping like a mofo. I read an article where he said he wasn't going to work on his hitting in the spring but more focus on his pitching staff. Looks like it's hurting him now.

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  95. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonApril 17, 2015 at 7:55 AM

    He may come back and do a show. If not, oh well.

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  96. That's true. But it could be used on a spot where he really telegraphs it. Like when Jeff used it as a reversal, he get thrown to the corner and does it, it hits. But if he just runs over and telegraphs it, bail on it.

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  97. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 7:55 AM

    The WWE has enough gymnast on the rosters...Uhaa looks like he's 5'10

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  98. Everyone not named Lex Luger had a better one. Ric's theatrics distracted from the crumminess of the application.

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  99. Pretty much, yeah.

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  100. Hey, another reason to hope TNA goes away. You might actually have a chance of finishing that belt.


    (NOT serious, for those delusional souls.)

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  101. Managing to position himself to beat
    everyone in the midcard clean and be *praised* for his selflessness in
    doing so, that’s some good politicking.

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  102. Cena's too big and too slow to be doing it. It's always telegraphed and always awkward as hell.

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  103. And Pillman has a gun is finally uploaded to the network!!!

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  104. Christ allmighty, it would be a fucking miracle if I good go a week without reading about WWE doing something petty.

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  105. so just watched springboard stunner, god that thing looks ugly as hell. He should stop using it as it looks weak and stupid.

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  106. Jeff really would've been the perfect target for this, because his whole thing was being too reckless for his own good. Plus his fanbase was teen girls, and they really aren't the audience to cry out "You're burying Jeff! You're killing his signature move!"

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  107. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©April 17, 2015 at 7:57 AM

    You may not see that week for a long time.

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  108. They should give it to someone like Ziggler as a finisher. Austin probably wouldn't even mind.

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  109. WWE logic...Legend isn't doing what we want him to do to help us make money....lets piss him off more..that will fix everything

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  110. Like the AA? Well except if your rusev.

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  111. If the bridge needs repairing... burn the bridge.

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  112. They might be trying to upset Austin with it, but I seriously doubt Stone Cold gives less than a fuck. Austin was just as political as the rest of the top stars, but I doubt he cares about someone cribbing his finish. If anything it just makes WWE look like assholes once again. Typical Vince move: he had Yokozuna beat Hogan with the leg drop, HBK beat Bret with the sharpshooter on their way out. I'm sure if he knew Savage was leaving he'd have had him wrestle one more time and job to Shawn Michaels' flying elbow. Funny thing is Hogan's never said anything about Yoko winning with that finish so clearly he didn't give a shit and Bret's issue wasn't so much with the finisher as the double cross. I doubt Savage would've cared about losing on his finish. I just think this is one of those stupid things that Vince thinks is a real slap in the face and the guy is like, "oh well."

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  113. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©April 17, 2015 at 7:59 AM

    Based on several moments and spots that happened in that match, I could see how Bryan got concussed.

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  114. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 7:59 AM

    Austin needs to learn that he's nothing without the WWE...Austin will come crawling back and beg to host a WWE show

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  115. With his agility, Ziggler could probably make it look better, and he needs a stronger finisher anyway. I'd buy it.

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  116. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 7:59 AM

    He just isn't tough enough to be in the ring with REAL men like Sheamus

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  117. Samoa Joe. His casual dodging of high risk moves always gets at least a chuckle out of me.

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  118. I thought you said the WWE has enough gymnasts already?

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  119. Goddamn, Jameis Winston is a piece of shit.

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  120. Maybe this is building to a new WWE show where they follow HHH around with a camera while he tries to repair all of Vince's damaged relationships with former wrestlers.

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  121. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 8:01 AM

    Cena doesn't do flips and stuff like that...He just increases the torque and momentum of the Stunner using the ropes....It's a pretty devestating maneuver

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  122. It's called..."Yeah I know what he said but..."

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  123. But Cena doesn't kick guys in the nuts for real the way Austin did to Vince about 90% of the time. There was some interview where Austin mentioned that (HOF?) and it cracked me up. Go back and watch Austin's stunners on Vince -- he's right. Total nut almost every time. Reason #1,502 Austin is awesome: taking liberties with Vince McMahon's balls in the ring.

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  124. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 8:02 AM

    He ain't that bad...I'm glad hes getting drafted #1...He's the best QB in the draft...Marriotta will end up like Joey Harrington or Phillip Rivers

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  125. He couldn't help it! They're the size of GRAPEFRUITS. [/Vince Mode]

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  126. I've been watching ECW Hardcore TV episodes and I'm kinda surprised by how often they unironically say "Sports Entertainment." Maybe it's a Paul Heyman thing

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  127. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 8:03 AM

    Cena doesn't need to take shortcuts by kicking guys in the nuts...He's a total pro

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  128. Oh come now. Let us not forget the miz!

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  129. Loved the Chartbuster!

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  130. I was actually going to say the first part, but didn't want to respond to my own comment haha. The Whisper in the Wind would be the perfect move to do it to, since I don't think he ever won a match with it. The Twist of Fate was his transition/finisher and the Swanton was his finisher, and how many people just rolled out of it anyway? I'd say plenty. I'd rather see people roll out or bail on a high flying finisher rather than kick out of the pin after.

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  131. He's about to get drafted and make a lot of money. And people don't like that.

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  132. Hmm, I had no idea Austin invented and owns the stunner. Seriously, Steve, grow up.

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  133. He got divorced in Texas for the one that was big money and no alimony in Texas. Now if he gets divorced again and he's living in California...that's not good for the finances.

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  134. Just sign it yourself. Nobody will know https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzmEUoPPUT8

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  135. I agree sadly we are in the minority in that one. Check out those 2 threads if you dont believe me.

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  136. A lamb in wolfs clothing, that one.

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  137. Didn't some WWE.com article recently refer to the Internet Sports-Entertainment Community? I ain't a part of that

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  138. Somebody asked Jake about wrestlers using the DDT as a transition move on a podcast. He said he didn't mind, it just meant that they weren't very good at the move. "Because when Jake hits the DDT, you know the match is over."

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  139. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonApril 17, 2015 at 8:09 AM

    The belt will be worth more if it did.

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  140. ThebrazilianpsychoApril 17, 2015 at 8:09 AM

    What the DDT means to you Jake?


    The end.

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  141. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonApril 17, 2015 at 8:10 AM

    LOL


    Nah, I get pics with the sigs as well.

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  142. The Love-Matic Grampa!April 17, 2015 at 8:11 AM

    I agree with you, but Cena's always going to be Cena and he ain't going away. At least we get fresh match-ups and the slim possibility that someone might get elevated in the process this way.

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  143. I know it's only one game but if Perry and Getzlaf run roughshod in these playoffs, the Ducks will be hard to beat.

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  144. Oh god that one is bad. Dusty winces.

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  145. Valentine was a very under appreciated worker. Loving his stuff the more and more I watch it.

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  146. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 8:13 AM

    They don't a chance against the Warriors...No one can stop the Splash Brothers

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  147. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!April 17, 2015 at 8:13 AM

    Thanks man

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  148. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!April 17, 2015 at 8:14 AM

    9 lbs, born on April 6th. She's perfect!

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  149. I'm betting that's a lot more money in Brazil than it is in the US.

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  150. CharlesHamiltonIsBackApril 17, 2015 at 8:14 AM

    Congratulations?

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  151. The wrestlers understand that signature moves and big sequences mean dick. Vince does not.

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  152. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonApril 17, 2015 at 8:15 AM

    Funny story. I have a friend that's into the autograph signing thing and he actually bought the belt for me. One day he went to a signing that I couldn't go to so he offered to get Aries and a bunch of other wrestlers' signatures for me. I gave him the belt and a pen with that silver metallic ink so it would show up against the black (fake) leather.


    The dumb ass got all wrestlers to sign their names in black ink so you can't see it. I ended up getting them all redone.

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  153. Charismatic eNegro Jef VinsonApril 17, 2015 at 8:16 AM

    ...you like em young, huh?


    Congrats.

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  154. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!April 17, 2015 at 8:16 AM

    Thanks

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  155. Ya think enough people bitched to them on Twitter about? lol.

    Thank God, now I can do my marathon properly again. I'm friggin' OCD as hell with that stuff.

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  156. Congratulations, sir. Best of luck and best of health.

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  157. Congrats, and a tip 'o the ol' kool-aid glass to you and your new fam!

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  158. Kristin no-selling the fuck out of all of Austin's stuff has become the highlight of the show.

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  159. Was it something he did? Sheamus? Or just happenstance?

    This is the same guy who threw his head around like it was a soccer ball or something...

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  160. Cena vs Orton,one more timeApril 17, 2015 at 8:24 AM

    ITS STILL REAL TO HIM DAMMIT

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  161. I will never understand Vince's fixation on petty business spats when it comes to dealing with his most successful people.


    "Austin can't do my show because he's already doing another show? I don't care if he shattered every attendance and merchandise record ever, he's going to do what I want him to do DAMMIT!"

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  162. Cena vs Orton,one more timeApril 17, 2015 at 8:27 AM

    Pretty sure they were trolling there.

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  163. I wonder if she'll be a Roman Reigns fan?

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  164. "Quite frankly he owes me for giving him the opportunity to save my company!"

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  165. I'd like to see a article/interview once HHH is done where someone goes back and asks him his reasoning for going over or certain decisions, just to see what he says about them. Like bringing back the Big Gold Belt, beating Booker T, the "People like you" comment, and Katie Vick. It would be a run read/listen.

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  166. Tell me...do you bleed?

    You will.

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  167. She's fat!

    Just kidding, congrats!

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  168. I'm trying to figure how they'll make Supes weaker if they don't follow alongside the original comic. Because with all things being equal, Supes trashes him with nary a thought.

    This is the same guy that beat Goku!

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  169. Congrats! Did your other half just tell you?

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  170. Yeah but in the famous battle in DKR, Batman outsmarts a weakened Superman with cunning and tactics. Obviously that's the only way he wins.

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  171. danimalcrossing.comApril 17, 2015 at 8:31 AM

    Meek in went MIA. I appreciate him being there at the start of the blog, but at this point it's best we go our separate ways. Who knows what the future holds. No hard feelings whatsoever.

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  172. That line was cool...

    ...in 1996, when I was 10 years old.

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  173. I know. And you're right. I just want the guy to turn heel or go away.

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  174. And Kane is STILL wrestling in WWE!

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  175. Consider me trolled!

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  176. Don't start bringing her to ringside with us. The doc said that I shouldn't carry babies when I have more than a cup of coffee.

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  177. Oh of course (also, the BATB episode where they copy DKR is brilliant, especially the allusion to Superdickery). But it almost seems like Supes is a touch evil from the trailer (and that's going out on a limb), so I'm at least curious about the dynamic.

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  178. It's kind of cool that they appear to be continuing on from all the destruction Superman and his ilk did in Man of Steel, leading to supreme distrust of him.

    I'm sure Luthor has a role to play in the distrust as well.

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  179. Good one. I totally read that in Vince's voice.

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  180. That could have been how Lanny Poffo beat Hulk Hogan.

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  181. I love that SNME match. Its just a lot of fun.

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  182. I think they're reading way too much into the Cena using the stunner thing. So Austin no-shows Mania and a few hours later, Vince tells Cena to work in a move that he's never used before in a huge ppv match?

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  183. If they did something similar to the S:TAS episode where Darkseid took control of him, and the world distrusts him after that, to the point of going to a retired Batman to take him down, I'd actually be OK with that narrative.

    It will be interesting to see how this all ties in to the JL. I'm actually curious how they'll go from Supes being Public Enemy (#1) to the leader of a band of superheroes.

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  184. Pretty sure he said it should be a finisher if he's gonna use it, not that he's against it.

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  185. I don't think Superman will be evil. I think humanity is going to treat him like he's A) Jesus or B) Someone to be afraid of. And he's going to struggle with that. That scene where the soldiers bow down to him was pretty cool but it doesn't mean he rules over them. They may just be afraid of his power.

    Not sure how Batman will end up facing off with him but I don't think Kal El will be a bad guy.

    Fuckers! I didn't want to be sucked in by another great comic book movie trailer but it's happened!

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  186. Darth Dr. Facts VaderApril 17, 2015 at 8:42 AM

    I am ready for my honeymoon cruise.

    http://www.vacationescape.org/store1/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/freeport-bahamas6.jpg

    I might never come back.

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  187. The Love-Matic Grampa!April 17, 2015 at 8:43 AM

    Austin knows Vince better than any of us here, and he seems to think it was a shot at him. Plus, Cena's not the most athletic guy in the world even if he works extra hard, and it just seems odd that he'd suddenly add a complicated new move to his arsenal after all these years. Especially THAT particular move.

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  188. 6'8/310lbs<250 IQ=HULK DOWN!

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