Thursday, April 23, 2015

Bring Back the Attitude Era!

Hey Scott, just had a great idea for how the WWE can resurrect The Attitude Era on commentary using their best commentator, Booker T, and the champion, Seth Rollins. Booker T should just start calling him SEX Rollins! Everyone could play nice at first, then after a few weeks (I'm all for long builds), have JBL start going "Are you saying "sex", Booger T?" And Booker is all "NO WAY PATNUH I WOULDNT SAY SEX ON TV DONT BE RIDIDCULUSDUSOUS!" Then we have nerd-ass Cole "Ya know Booker, it kinda sounds like you are saying "sex" a little bit!" This will obviously lead to a triple threat match between the commentators at Wrestlemania 32. Then have Lawler start saying puppies again when he calls that match and the Attitude Era is back!

​They are literally leaving money on the table by ignoring this potential direction change.  ​

12 comments:

  1. Thing is, Dixie is the one writing this question

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  2. "PPV shows you've ever endured during the last 10 years of WWE programming?"

    "No Way Out 2002 and Bad Blood 2003"

    Neither of those are in the last 10 years.

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  3. True I forgot about that. That RSPN thing they did on him was hard to watch. He looked worse they jake did in beyond the mat.

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  4. Yep. I'm a huge Aerosmith fan and I'm surprised they are still going.

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  5. Candido kind of reminds of Martel in that respect where they're both good workers but never had that great match that could have defined their careers on.

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  6. I thought Bulldog re-signed after Summerslam too because he was was mostly booked like shit up until he won the tag titles.

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  7. Perfect continued to bury Shawn on commentary after KOTR in the hopes of if Perfect did return to the ring, he'd at least have a ready made program. Plus rumors were that if Perfect didn't leave he would have created his own Horsemen type stable with HHH, Austin and Pillman so there were always big plans for Hennig had he decided to stay.

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  8. There were always rumors of Yoko returning. I think despite Yoko being jobbed out on his way out in 96 that WWF/Vince believed that Yoko would eventually lose that weight and become healthy again to return to the company because it did seem they wanted him back and the only thing holding him back was the physical.

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  9. Nope...he was 19 when he started in 84.

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  10. The Banzai Drop (when he did it) was one of the scariest finishers ever -- up there with the Doomsday Device and the Screwdriver.

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  11. Yoko's matches were basically selling + moves that looked like they'd finish you: the Banzai Drop; belly to belly; leg drop; thrust kick; high-angle backdrop. And the nerve hold I guess, but that was to build heat for a comeback.

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  12. Look up the meaning of 'literally' since, oh 2013. Then come back and apologize for being a moron. Or better yet, do not.

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