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BoD Tuesday Night Thread

On tap for tonight:


MLB is back and tonight there are several games.


NBA action tonight on TNT with the Spurs vs. Thunder at 8pm.


NHL action tonight on NBC Sports with the Wild vs. Blackhawks at 8:30pm


And talk about anything else going on tonight in this thread as well.

Comments

  1. Knew i would get screwed by the cross over to the night thread so Ill repost

    Watching last night's raw and a few thoughts.

    1. they did a decent job with Neville but it could have been better.
    2. Rollins as champ is working for me and its fun and exciting to have someone new on top.
    3. Oh my god they had Reigns cock his arm every time he throws the Superman punch...that might be the worst thing ever
    4. The ring is miked so damn hot I'm not sure there is a single spot you couldn't hear called
    5. Seriously he cocked his wrist for 4 straight Superman punches
    6. Mizdow is awesome
    7. Reigns continues to look like a loser with the booking

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  2. Seriously I can not stress enough how terrible Reigns cocking his arm for consecutive superman punches is

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  3. So the dirtsheets were 100% wrong about the Austin/McMahon heat? YOU DON'T SAY!??!

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  4. That was all Mike Johnson

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  5. The F5 is a terrible finisher. When was the last time that a single F5 was enough to put someone down for the pin?

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  6. Seth at the rumble?

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  7. I didn't believe Austin to be 100% truthful there. So his podcast just gets dropped like that from the Network and replaced with Jericho's? I cant believe that is the case.

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  8. I cannot approve of Neville being in there with the champ. That was my first glimpse of him and he looked like a 4th grader. At least build him up to that level first.

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  9. I thought he got hit with one earlier in the match, but perhaps not.

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  10. McDonald's has begun testing all-day breakfast. Ohhhhhh hellllllll yeah

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  11. I was kidding about the lying but yeah I assume there is more to the reason Austin is not back after two very successful podcasts on the network and replaced with Jericho

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  12. Edge and Angle. I remember really liking this match.

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  13. Brock is only in major main event matches now, though, and certain main eventers (HHH, Cena, etc.) are allowed to routinely kick out of multiple finishers. If he were wrestling on RAW against guys like Stardust, one F5 would still be enough.

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  14. 1. Name one push that COULDN'T have been done better than it was.

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  15. #teamChickFilA #GoodChristianChicken

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  16. IIRC, Stardust kicked out of Cena's finisher last night, no?

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  17. Braves squashing Mat Latos in the 1st inning. That'll piss off the 500 fans in Marlins Park

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  18. Babyface HHH was always weird. He's in that Undertaker category where he;s perma-over but isn't fit to be THE tippy-top guy because he doesn't move the needle in any significant way.

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  19. I thought it was cool to have him in there with Rollins. It's better than having him mow through the Minority Job Squad for months.

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  20. It's a freakin Firemans Carry. Everyone should kick out.

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  21. Just hard for me to take that match seriously.

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  22. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 5:31 PM

    I didn't see it so I can't comment on how it was done. But I like the idea of the heel champ showing he is a fighting champion by giving an underdog a shot and then being taken to the limit. Like HHH/Taka

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  23. He got to do his flashy moves and looked ok. My big problems is with the national audience his finisher is not established enough for the crowd to lose their shit when he went up top. Also just...go crazy with a push for once and have him get the upset win over the over cocky Rollins

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  24. It was done like Cena/Angle in Cena's debut

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  25. My fear with Neville is that he'll become the new Evan Bourne.

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  26. Like Paige/AJ, then come back months later and revise history to say it was the evil rookie who manipulated the noble veteran into the match.

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  27. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 5:33 PM

    I like that less. But hey, it worked out for Cena!

    They should have done it like Cena's PPV debut against Jericho.

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  28. Something happened there and he only seemed to address the situation because of fans wanting answers, not because he wanted to and he was very brief when he did.

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  29. Mat Latos getting the Roman WM treatment on his way out after giving up 7 and only getting one out.

    HE CANT. HE WONT.

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  30. The DQ loss in his first match was especially brilliant!

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  31. HHH needs to lock vince in a closet for an hour and book him to go over Big Show

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  32. I have him in a points league going tonight. Lucky Me!

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  33. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 5:34 PM

    New Evan Bourne is fine as long as he's the new Evan Bourne who isn't a complete screwup.

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  34. Or at least sitting down.

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  35. It was at least believable with Cena cause he looked the part. I know that isn't the right venue for that comment, but I just don't buy this guy being able to hang with the champ.

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  36. No, make him believable on Raw.

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  37. It wasn't bad. Neville got him a healthy amount of offense and did not come out looking like a scrub or anything.

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  38. LET ICHIRO PITCH!

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  39. Rollins isn't THAT big and he's pretty much a sneaky heel that uses others to do his dirty work anyway so it's not like he's invincible.

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  40. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 5:36 PM

    It seems like Rollins as champ would be the perfect avenue to execute that story with Neville because Rollins can bump and sell to make you believe by the end that Neville could hang.

    But like I said, I didn't see it and if they didn't book it that way there isn't much Seth or Neville could do.

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  41. which is why he shouldn't have been in there with the champ last night.

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  42. Cringe every time Angle or Edge smash their head into the mat after getting suplexed.

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  43. This puts a smile on my face.

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  44. Funny to see people still taking so much pleasure in bashing John Calipari about Kentucky's loss. Calipari took an undefeated team into the Final Four, he got voted into the Hall of Fame, he made another however-many-million he makes in salary, and he's got like 5 more All-American recruits coming in. Pretty sure that guy is feeling just fine right now.

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  45. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 7, 2015 at 5:39 PM

    So Hernandez is getting off, isn't he?

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  46. But being the champ should mean not struggling with guys like Neville. Two problems here. Rollins isn't established enough to give this kind of rub and Neville is not really believable in that role as of right now.

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  47. Miami Heat announcer: "A team that never makes excuses has now seemingly run out of them."
    Well, if they never make excuses, they wouldn't have any excuses to run out of.

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  48. With all the talent he has had, just one title. And he got two Final Four appearances taken away from two different schools. And he isn't a good in-game coach. He is an excellent recruiter but not much of a coach.

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  49. Hogan's WWF face push in 1984

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  50. In fairness, they have always hated him. They just don't get many chances to rub his face in it. He's like Stephanie.

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  51. Gradually working to smarks to create a "beef" between Austin and McMahon to set up their match at WrestleMania 32 in Texas.

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  52. I don't see the point of leaving school early if you are not a lock to go in the lottery. Starting a life as an NBA journeyman can wait a few years.

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  53. I don't wanna be a Calipari apologist or anything, but the NCAA violations are no big deal to me. John Wooden's UCLA teams should've had multiple Final Fours taken away given the stuff that was going on there, but that would've been a REALLY bad look for college basketball, so they skated. The Fab Five is still remembered fondly despite having their Final Fours taken away.
    And winning a national title is really hard. There are a lot of coaches who are universally considered great who only have one or two (Dean Smith, Boeheim, etc.).
    I get why people don't like Calipari, but step back and get some perspective and you'll see he had an incredible season.

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  54. He was awful in 02. Didn't mind him at all in 07-08.

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  55. In today's one-and-done era, he still couldn't win with 9 McDonald's All Americans. He is not a good basketball coach. He is a salesman more than anything.

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  56. Even a journeyman makes about $500,000 a year at minimum.

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  57. Experience the terrible burger of the Heart-Attack Grille in Vegas.

    http://i59.tinypic.com/286wxo1.jpg


    Yes, she was pretty nice.

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  58. Between an NBA signing bonus and rookie contract anyone can more than pay for the rest of their college education should they not make it.

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  59. He is an amazing salesman. Years ago I interviewed Calipari and asked him to give me a hypothetical recruiting pitch, as if I was a star HS player. After like 3 minutes he had me ready to move to Memphis and try walking onto the team.

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  60. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 5:53 PM

    His babyfaceness depends on how he's used. His run in 2007-2008 was one of his best face runs because of the talent surrounding him at the time and how he was used in relation to that talent.

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  61. A chance to make some big bucks and not risk getting injured in college.

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  62. I get his honesty, but it's just another hustle. He doesn't have the media protection of other coaches.

    Cough.

    Duke University, Mike Krzyzewski, the university that just won the NCAA Tournament, the Blue Devils, Duke University.


    Cough.


    He just has to play a different angle because he's been exposed.

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  63. 1st round picks yeah, 2nd rounders aren't guaranteed anything. My thing is stay in school to try and get yourself drafted higher. Not only for the guaranteed money but also to have the team that drafts you give you a legit shot at sticking around.

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  64. Has any promotion done a Batman Knightfall storyline with their champion? I think it would work really damn well, and probably could have been done last year with Lesnar destroying Cena at Summerslam after Cena had been physically and mentally broken down over the course of a year.

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  65. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 5:55 PM

    I'm sure Scott would have pushed for a Knightfall angle but he was deep into his "Rocky 3 baby, Rocky 3" phase at the time.

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  66. I really didn't like Bo Ryan taking shots at one-and-done kids. He makes almost $3 million a year; these kids don't have that kind of financial cushion and many of them can't wait three extra unnecessary years to make their own millions for their families.

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  67. Well yeah, that's a discussion any draft-eligible player needs to have with his agent he's already got working on his behalf family, friends, coach and other trusted advisors.

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  68. I don't have a problem with one-and-done. I'm talking about not being guaranteed a draft spot. Why throw yourself into unnecessary uncertainty?

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  69. There's another hustle. He's talking to the kids he has to recruit; he can't recruit McD's All-Americans. Tom Izzo does the same thing.

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  70. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 5:57 PM

    His face run in 2002 led to the greatest segment of all time with the Undertaker. So back off pal.

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  71. Which would you rather have? At least 4 years to prove yourself with one NBA team or spending every summer looking for a tryout?

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  72. That's the other thing. Ryan said "we don't do rent-a-player" like he wasn't trying his hardest to land 5-star kids like Kevon Looney and Diamond Stone. He just didn't get them.

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  73. I personally thought his girlfriend got destroyed on the stand, with her not remembering anything except for the box that she forgot what was in. I don't see any chance he actually gets off, but a mistrial might be in play.

    Also I'm pretty sure if he somehow gets off on this murder, they can just try again with the other one. He's too high profile for the prosecution to just say "aw shucks" and let him go if the jury deadlocks.

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  74. cabspaintedyellowApril 7, 2015 at 5:59 PM

    Oh Erica Young. You're such a Jersey girl, but you'd get it all.

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  75. but would you want that live if you could improve your situation? 1 year deal in Phoenix. 1 year in Isreal. Stint in the D-League. 10 Day contract with the Sixers. Sign for rest of the season with the Knicks. That's hell regardless of the dollars which aren't exactly a sure thing.

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  76. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 5:59 PM

    So what happens if we post links?

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  77. I noticed during this year's McDonald's All-American Game that a bigger number of players than usual are still uncommitted. I wonder how many of them are considering going overseas like Emmanual Mudiay?

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  78. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 5:59 PM

    Dude... thats EY in drag...

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  79. With the extra exposure and success of the program he *might* start getting a few high prospects, but I can't see him having the inroads that top recruiters like Williams and Cal have. It's a shame because he can outcoach either in his sleep.

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  80. cabspaintedyellowApril 7, 2015 at 6:00 PM

    Edge comes to your house and fucks your wife/sister/mom.

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  81. cabspaintedyellowApril 7, 2015 at 6:00 PM

    Mills Lane: "I'll allow it."

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  82. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:00 PM

    Pfft, jokes on him. .. he'll have to wait his turn

    ...wut

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  83. Mudiay says don't do it unless you can bring your family. The only reason he stayed sane was because he brought his mom and siblings. Kids just aren't built for that life.

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  84. It depends on what my people are telling me. I'd rather get the guaranteed money now just in case I suffer an injury. Even a year in Germany can get me money to pay for school.

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  85. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:01 PM

    Was remembering Angle at the first One Night Stand show. The whole crowd chants "You Suck Dick" at him and he responds "Your momma taught me how!"

    Angle was such a great goofy heel who had lame responses to everything. He doesn't even deny sucking the dick. Just that he learned from someone who was expert in it.

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  86. Sure, you'd rather have a more sure thing, but you never know. I also wonder how many of these guys go early because they know some NCAA-violation stuff is going down at their school and don't necessarily want to be around if/when the hammer drops.

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  87. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:02 PM

    Eva's family on Total Divas went to Vegas and got 8 lb burgers. No stacking, just one giant patty

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  88. cabspaintedyellowApril 7, 2015 at 6:02 PM

    The general theory is that a foreign monster heel loses all his heat the minute he suffers his first loss. But what foreign heels have been able to overcome that first loss and remain relevant?


    In short, who is the best foreign heel of all time?

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  89. Think of the average ball player. You really think he wants/can last a year in a foreign country? The money is good but I think we underestimate how hard that life is.

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  90. cabspaintedyellowApril 7, 2015 at 6:03 PM

    I've always wanted to go to the Heart Attack Grille, but I know I'd never survive it.

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  91. That would be a reason to jump.

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  92. Those are terrible usually. It's low quality meat, and they never cook quite right.

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  93. Isn't that what they were going for with cena at mania 29

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  94. Kids from the coddling AAU system definitely aren't. Overseas players aren't impressed by kids who took the money in AAU and think they'll run the league.

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  95. Yokozuna?

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  96. Guerrero and RVD was fucking awesome too. Eddie yelling "Latino Heat" before he hit the frog splash was hilarious.

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  97. Food quality is very low. They basically use frozen meats from Costco and similar type of wholesale. The "cook" was the owner, and he's not very good.

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  98. The system he employs on the court will make it harder. Most 5-star types will tell you they want to play for a coach that wants to run up and down, and even though college basketball has been slowed down all over the country, some schools like Kentucky and Arizona still have that reputation. The closest that Ryan has come to landing All-Americans have been with kids that are from Wisconsin.

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  99. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:05 PM

    He was my other choice, but his stock feel a lot at the end

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  100. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 7, 2015 at 6:05 PM

    I don't see any possible way he gets convicted. A deadlockis most likely, but I just don't the the prosecution has presented a strong enough case. I wouldn't vote to convict, and I think he's guilty as hell. Too much reasonable doubt and really no evidence.

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  101. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©April 7, 2015 at 6:05 PM

    Man, I wish we could show that, too bad links aren't allowed anymore.

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  102. Also Euro rules are pretty unfriendly to showing off your game for a lot of the guys who went through the AAU system. Rubio isn't exactly setting the league on fire, but he looked horrendous in Eurobasket. Guys who depend on slashing or passing should stay the hell away from Europe. If you're a rebounder or a shooter, it might be a better deal.

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  103. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:06 PM

    Actually...

    Bret Hart

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  104. Never really lost as a heel.

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  105. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:07 PM

    Iron Sheik. Lost to Hogan and was still a heat machine.

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  106. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©April 7, 2015 at 6:07 PM

    So I'm still a little confused here, we can show videos that are posted by actual companies, but none that are from any other source, even fun parody videos?

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  107. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:07 PM

    NO VIDEOS EVER FROM ANYWHERE

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  108. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:08 PM

    THANKS, STRANGER

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  109. Adam "Colorado" CurryApril 7, 2015 at 6:08 PM

    I'm still not sure if we can post them in the comments.

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  110. Ihonestly feel that's a symptom of WWE's over protective booking. Champion a should win, but there's nothing wrong with competitive matches. If guys on the roster get flattened then they will look like losers and the champion looks like he just beat a loser, which in turn doesn't make him look strong anyway. Giving champions easy matches against scrubs pretty much killed boxing as a ppv force so why copy that tactic for a creative endeavour that's suppose to simulate a similar experience? Squashes should be saved for special angles so anytime two guys square off it has some worth to it.

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  111. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©April 7, 2015 at 6:08 PM

    Man, Adsense is a real party pooper.

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  112. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:08 PM

    I missed the whole no videos thing but I think we will find a way to survive--nay--thrive in a post-video world.

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  113. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©April 7, 2015 at 6:09 PM

    Thanks Adsense!

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  114. cabspaintedyellowApril 7, 2015 at 6:09 PM

    *Blog of Doom shuts down 72 hours later*

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  115. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©April 7, 2015 at 6:09 PM

    If I can get through this, I can get through anything....

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  116. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:09 PM

    Scott made some comment about never being able to post links in the comments before, but i have no idea what he was talking about.... we've had ribs of comments links

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  117. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:10 PM

    They are Eric Bischoff at the end of the Raw 2003 match between HHH and Shawn Michaels where he overturns Shawn's apparent title victory and breaks hearts everywhere.

    But your way seemed more succinct.

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  118. Favorite WWE "contract signing" moment?
    HHH beating down Austin after fake-signing and Vince's "You've just been suspended for six months, pal!" was great.

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  119. I think it just means we can't direct link to stuff on DM? I guess.

    The post couldn't have been more vague. "Don't do....something. So sayeth Keith."

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  120. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:10 PM

    A lemon, not a Rosebud

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  121. I think in another state like California he would be a really good bet for a deadlock. But the way Mass law was explained to me (and I'm an idiot so there's a really good chance I didn't fully understand) the way the law reads in Mass. is that they don't have to prove he actually pulled the trigger for him to be guilty of murder. The prosecution proved that he was at the scene, that he lied about being there, tried to cover up being there, and there's a ridiculously good chance that he had a gun which is almost certainly the weapon. The way I understood it, they met their burden with room to spare.



    But again, I'm dumb especially when it comes to the law so I might be wrong on this.

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  122. By April of 02, I was no longer interested in Rollin', Undertaker.

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  123. Knuckleberry PinnApril 7, 2015 at 6:10 PM

    Seth Rollins has been carrying WWE since October, particularly Monday Night Raw.

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  124. When Ric Flair did it for Ricky Morton he was already RIC FLAIR. Seth Rollins is still trying to establish himself as a top guy so he shouldn't be selling for nobodies.

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  125. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:10 PM

    That's the standard bearer for WWE contract signings.

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  126. Question: Why is it assumed that Jericho having his pod on the Network means that Austin's is no longer with the Network? Did I miss an announcement?


    I don't understand what one has to do with the other. They announced in like, October that the company would work with both podcasts. Then Austin had a show on The Network....why wasn't that perceived as a slight on Chris if the opposite is now true?


    If they announced something about never having Austin again ignore me, but I think this is people grasping for a flame after smelling a smoked ham.

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  127. Knuckleberry PinnApril 7, 2015 at 6:11 PM

    Flawless feud I would argue, including the blowoff match.*

    *if you count a new feud as starting after Royal Rumble

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  128. CM Punk's "You are what you hate, you have become the New York Yankees!" to Cena.

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  129. Well I hope the ad thing gets sorted. How else will I learn about the single Muslims in my area?

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  130. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:11 PM

    I salsa... your... face

    I've been repeating this spot since yesterday, lol

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  131. I could give two shits about Dock Muracos posts but i feel bad for Stranger. He got a lot of good feedback from his channel. Plus, he said he was probably done posting here.

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  132. Austin said so himself.

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  133. I have no idea what it means.

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  134. I vote we all use adblock+ like I do.

    Sooner or later we'll get video linking back!

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  135. Mind if I call ya Phil.

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  136. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:12 PM

    I RELISH your wit.

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  137. That...he's no longer with them?

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  138. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:12 PM

    Anne and Chris

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  139. That they are going their separate ways.

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  140. Only WWE-channel YouTube wrestling Vids. No Dailymotion

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  141. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:13 PM

    Thank you, lol

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  142. Hypothetical: What if the Blackhawks plane disappeared over the Bermuda Triangle? What would NBC and NBCSN do wigh themselves? How would they be able to cover hockey?

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  143. Yoko beating up Bret and Bret getting up from the Banzai Drop.

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  144. Sidney Crosby 24/7

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  145. Taker stabbing Brock with a pen was cool, too.

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  146. Ahh, fair enough.

    Good both those interviews were lame as shit anyway. Austin would've gotten more out of both of them in a non-televised, non-scripted environment.

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  147. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:14 PM

    So no old clips from YT?

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  148. cabspaintedyellowApril 7, 2015 at 6:15 PM

    He's been carrying the company for at least as long as he carried that briefcase. I'm surprised he doesn't have scoliosis from hoisting this company on his back for eight months.

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  149. Yeah, I don't recall this bit at all from the show, what season are you on?

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  150. They might have to remember that the defending Cup champions have been playing nothing but interesting, frenzied, must-win games since Groundhog Day.

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  151. Apparently that doesn't matter. Daniel Bryan was carrying RAW and Smackdown for months in 2013-14 and people still insisted he was being buried.

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  152. The Vince interview had some funny moments like Austin telling fans to tweet Vince and seeing Vince's facial expression.

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  153. Heenan: "Oh I hope he doesn't hurt him. Cause I'll tell ya what, if he hurts him, THERE'S NO MATCH!!!"

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  154. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:16 PM

    3... Camping

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  155. Only from the WWE Channel itself.

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  156. Vince Jordan we will never forget like 9/11

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  157. Still no clue lol

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  158. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:16 PM

    FACKING BOOLSHEET

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  159. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:16 PM

    No idea why people expect anything ground breaking from them. Most even assumed Jericho would tow the company line and not say anything controversial and then...were pissed when he didn't broach controversial subjects.

    Just watch. I enjoyed the HHH podcast because i liked seeing them bullshit for an hour.

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  160. All three interviews were fine for what they were, although the HHH one was probably the worst. Vince's was fascinating in a sense that you never see him in that setting.

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  161. I don't see how providing a link makes the vids anymore posted. The fault lies with the poster and the host, if the page is there already what difference does a link make?

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  162. Yeah the Vince one was a very rare glimpse of himself and even if he did have some pretty corporate answers for some questions, he left himself open and answered some tough ones.

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  163. That's why Cena was fascinating to me, two guys that have shared 1,000,000 miles together shooting the shit.

    I have no idea what people were expecting, other than to be disappointed. I think that's actually what they wanted and expected as far as I can tell.

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  164. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:19 PM

    Well then those people made sure they got what they wanted.

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  165. Why is this recent era considered the "one-and-done" era of college basketball, when guys have been going one-and-done regularly since the early 1990s?

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  166. Kings any good this year? It's either Rangers or Kings.

    Or stories about how the Rangers and Kings aren't doing well, I suppose it doesn't matter either way really

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  167. Blowing the LA team irrespective of their quality is the go-to for TV networks. On the plus side the Kings aren't a bad team. Still, fuck them.

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  168. cause they make their intentions known from the jump. Back in the day guys didn't really know if they were going to jump.

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  169. Because it's being forced again, rather than allowing kids with NBA talent to go straight to the NBA where they belong.

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  170. Kings are fighting to the make the playoffs. Rangers are one of the best teams in the NHL.

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  171. Because freshman dominate the lottery portion of the draft. Not a tough one to figure out .

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  172. Kings are currently out of the playoffs with 3 games to go. Good news, they play Edmonton tonight.

    Bad news, Calgary has a gimme tonight also. They'll play a must-win game vs. each other on Thursday which will be the first time anyone in LA has watched regular season hockey since the 90s.

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  173. Teams seem a lot more willing nowadays to take a chance on a freshman.

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  174. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:22 PM

    YT video
    Last part of link is "watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ"

    Simple!

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  175. I like the logical progression of booking the WWE is using. I just don't care for the people they are pushing. The matches they are building for Backlash all actually make sense.

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  176. Backlash has a hell of a good card on paper so far.

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  177. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:23 PM

    Are we just calling it Backlash now? I have no objections.

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  178. Show/Reigns is dumb. Rollins/Orton is fine. Cena/Rusev is fine.

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  179. Yeah, I thought we agreed on this over the weekend

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  180. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:24 PM

    Let's sign this bill and make it law.

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  181. I think it's going to be Kane/Show vs Ryback/Reigns

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  182. Burt Macklin, FBIApril 7, 2015 at 6:24 PM

    \_0___/

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  183. you got it dude

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  184. Yes and the Live Thread for the show needs to be referred to as such!!!

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  185. I think Ryback is next to face Rollins and will go over a heel.

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  186. Thaddeus MountainApril 7, 2015 at 6:25 PM

    Finally watching Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. D'Fwan is the greatest.

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  187. Shelton BenjaminApril 7, 2015 at 6:25 PM

    Was it caught only b/c he made a main page post?

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  188. Rollins/Orton is a good 1st feud. It'll probably be copy/pasted just like the Miz/Orton feud was. A good safe 1st feud for the MitB guy, he gets to go over a big name and Orton will be protected so he won't lose anything.

    I'm completely blah about the rest of the card. Just can't find a reason to care about a 3rd Cena/Rusev match which is probably the best of the rest.

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  189. I'm sad in a way that Reigns didn't win the belt at Mania. Backlash with Roman Reigns' first defense as champion from the Rosemont Horizon in CHICAGO !!!!

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  190. Thought it started out a bit rough but by episode 4 or 5 Ioved it. No exact point but around then I started enjoying the characters.

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