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WWE Negotiating a Deal With WWN Live?

According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, the WWE was upset over the fact that Ring of Honor released an action figure of Kevin Steen (The deal was originally signed in late 2013 but there were delays on the company, Figures Inc, end). A source told Johnson that the WWE does not want to get into a situation where they sign someone and have to go through a third party in order to license them (Figures Inc. is planning on a line of wrestling action figures of Independent Talents) so they are in preliminary talks to form a relationship with WWN, allowing them to sign talents to deals that would include merchandising and licensing rights so if and when the WWE wanted to bring them into NXT they would not have to go through a third party to get a deal done.

http://pwinsider.com/article/94313/more-on-evolvenxt-.html?p=1



Vince McMahon Unhappy Over Steve Austin's Podcast with Paul Heyman?

Vince was reportedly upset over the end of Austin's podcast with Heyman when he teased a Texas Death Match with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania as that match is not in the WrestleMania plans and he teased it happening on the WWE Network. It was also said by Dave Meltzer on "Wrestling Observer Radio" today that he heard Vince does not want Austin to wrestle as the risk of injury with him in the ring at his age and health is too high.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Radio



Bray Wyatt Update

It's been reported that the reason Wyatt has been losing so much lately is because they are eventually going to turn him babyface so their mentality is that it doesnt matter if he loses now as a heel.

http://wrestlechat.net/report-vince-mcmahon-unimpressed-with-many-of-the-current-main-roster-stars/



WWE Planning More Live Specials on the Network?

As of now, the plan for 2016 is for the WWE to air live specials on a quarterly basis.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Comments

  1. Hey, we're just gonna make him a sympathetic babyface, so let's cut his balls off while he's a heelish jerk. It won't matter once we turn him.


    :: facepalm ::


    ...goddammit Creative...

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  2. Huh. I'm all alone here. This place has a cool echo to it...


    #HOSSSOLO

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  3. Making myself a ribeye steak for breakfast, which is done.


    #HOSSFOOD

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  4. Bray probably could have gone babyface a year ago, especially if they were so keen on breaking up the Wyatts.

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  5. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 7:38 AM

    "Vince does not want Austin to wrestle as the risk of injury with him in the ring at his age and health is too high."



    - Good. Does that mean we can lay to rest the nonsense about Hogan wrestling at 92 or whatever he is now?

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  6. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 7:39 AM

    Job him out so he can be a weak babyface too. Got it

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  7. RIP to Christopher Lee. It's shit he didn't make it long enough to have his consciousness uploaded to the matrix.

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  8. Hogan can still slam Big Show & Kane single handedly even if they don't co-operate.

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  9. Austin has severe neck problems. A match with Lesnar isnt going to help that. And Meltzer believes that philosophy will ring true for Hogan as well.

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  10. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 7:40 AM

    I am cringing about this Ghostbusters reboot.

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  11. I ain't cheering for no loser who loses all the time, that's for losers

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  12. That's all Wyatt needs to be is a smiling dancing babyface. Too bad we never got him as some crazy cult leader ala Raven in ECW or WCW.

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  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyqY5EQTcss - I'm just going to leave this here and count the upvotes.

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  14. Doesn't Vince understand that Austin is Texan and Wrestlemania is Texas and no one will show up to a Wrestlemania in Texas if it is not headlined by a Texan?


    What a maroon!

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  15. What happened to Michael Xavier?

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  16. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 7:47 AM

    Undertaker vs. Kane will fill that place! Because TEXAS!

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  17. Baby steps. Can we at least lay to rest the bullshit about AUSTIN wrestling now? Austin hasn't mentioned it seriously in years and Vince, the guy who is currently working on resurrecting Jesus AT Wrestlemania 32 to sell the joint out has put the kibosh on it. It's over.

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  18. Wyatt isn't over because he's losing, and he loses because he can't get over.

    Somehow this makes sense to someone.

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  19. Last night it was #HOSSSAUSAGE, so this is an improvement.

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  20. So watching Clash 22. They do a video of 2 Cold Scorpio. Kids on the basketball court, one of them misses a shot that bounces through the sun roof of a recently arrived Limo. Who steps out? 2 Cold. Grabs the ball, dunks it a few times. The kids say, "THAT IS 2 COLD!!"


    He says, "Should't you kids be in school?"


    Kids: "No way, we're going to the arcade!"


    Him: "The arcade?? You need to be in school getting an education...and I'm going to take you there!"


    Kids: "Are we riding in the limo??"


    Him: "No, we're steppin." And they dance to school.


    /amazing

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  21. Losing streak gimmicks always work! Just look at...

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  22. The 90s were a different time.

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  23. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 7:49 AM

    lol! So fucking terrible that it's good.

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  24. Sad about Lee. He's probably still accepting roles, however.

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  25. What's the shoot review today?

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  26. Bray turns babyface and it doesn't matter if he loses. Brock turns babyface by kicking the shit out of everyone.

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  27. He returned the other day to hype Hogan-Punk for next year's mania.

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  28. Turning Wyatt face COULD be easy, but they need to give him the Wyatt Family back and give him a serious aim. If he turns face solo and instead of pinning R-Truth, he's pinning Wade Barrett, who gives a fuck?

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  29. Here's the other part that's nutty and stupid - so if they keep jobbing Wyatt out, saying "it doesn't matter if he loses because he's a heel, we're turning him anyway".....why would anyone want to cheer a loser?

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  30. Wade Barrett? Or was that a rhetorical question?

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  31. Greg Valentine

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  32. If what Vince said about Austin is true, and he is worried about him being injured at his age: I will let those of you who want another Hogan match to connect the dots.

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  33. Sadly, Texas is the exact state that would need a native to headline. It's Texas.

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  34. Why doesn't he have a kid in the business by now?

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  35. Hogan to take Austin's place against Brock, gotcha.

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  36. So toy companies are now deciding who can and can't sign with what company? Ridiculous

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  37. "It's been reported that the reason Wyatt has been losing so much lately is because they are eventually going to turn him babyface so their mentality is that it doesnt matter if he loses now as a heel."

    Because fans love to get behind a guy that loses all the time. This is mind boggling.

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  38. Same reason they cheer Dolph Ziggler?

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  39. I was thinking Manny Fernandez vs. Chavo.

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  40. In all fairness, Austin wrestling is a wild brawl and several wrestling moves for 20 minutes. Hogan wrestling is throwing a few punches, lifting his foot in the air, and sitting down while draping his leg over someone, and then 5 minutes of posing.

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  41. I guess the thinking is that once they turn him, the slate gets wiped clean and it's like he's debuting all over again. Unfathomably stupid.

    Time was, if you were gonna turn a guy and had no plans for him until that happened, you'd take him off TV. That way, he returns, you go "oh, hey, Bray Wyatt! I remember him! I wonder what he's here for..."

    Then he turns and you cheer it. Done.

    I guess the 2015 version of that is "here's a guy who has been jobbed out for months. Cheer him!"

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  42. What in the world about Bray's character says "babyface?"

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  43. The more they jobbed out Bryan, the louder the chants for him became.

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  44. They already really liked him, though. He's a special case if I've ever seen one.

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  45. Why sign a guy if you can't make merch money off of him? That is the whole point or wrestling, making money.

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  46. No?

    The deal for the Steen figure was signed way before Steen signed with the WWE. A delay on the production end led to the ROH figure of Steen being released after he had left the company. Did you even read the blurb?

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  47. "Shouldn't you be at work instead of talking to kids you don't know at a park?"

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  48. He has the whole world in his hands

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  49. Hawaiian shirts and straw hats? They should market him as "Margaritaville" Bray Wyatt.

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  50. He's fat so he can relate to the fans

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  51. He'll always be the scientist in Gremlins 2 in my world. Just because.

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  52. They want to make it easier to sign Indy guys and want to try and use WWN as a pipeline instead of dealing with the hassle of 3rd parties when it comes to licensing and merch

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  53. He was a heel that got cheered not just because he lost, but because of the humiliating nature of his loss.


    If anything, Bray needs MORE humiliation to get cheered.

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  54. Bray is easy to turn face. Even if he was still a cult leader, just have him convert heels. If you can get people to cheer for a functionally-retarded kleptomaniac, you can get people to cheer for Bray Wyatt.

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  55. The blurb I read last night from WO made it seem like Mattel was the one making these decisions, not WWE

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  56. That would require sex with Greg Valentine.

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  57. so sort of like Dean Ambrose

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  58. Follow the buzzards money!

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  59. Ah, fat-shaming. Good stuff Bull.

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  60. He has been a shitty cult leader. He couldn't convert one guy to his side except for Rowan and Harper.

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  61. He'd probably have to find them first.

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  62. Ambrose needs to lose his ladder match in 18 seconds to take it to the next level.

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  63. His first wife was smoking hot

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  64. Not bad at all. He is insightful. The shoot was from the year 2000.

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  65. Look at that big smile!

    bf8a7b27e71589e/12050%20-%20bray_wyatt%20hat%20laughing%20smiling%20wwe.png

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  66. Damn, those older shoots are always funny. Like that Alfonso shoot from 1997.

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  67. 1) Nobody cares, WWE. Cool the hell down.
    2) I can actually understand this one. If Vince didn't know about it beforehand and it starts rumors of a match that will never happen, I'd be a little pissed too.
    3) Makes perfect sense. Except the exact opposite. Fucking morons.
    4) Sign me up!

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  68. No it's not. It's to have a Wrestlemania moment.

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  69. He was around the other day for the Punk/Hogan Twitter stuff.

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  70. JBL vs. Booker T. Problem solved.

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  71. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 8:01 AM

    200k people!

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  72. Vince read a Times article about dad bod.

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  73. With 199,993 dressed up as chairs

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  74. Whatever Bray's status, they just need to make sure he gets about six months of clean wins so he's ripe for Taker again.

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  75. West Texas rednecks reunion

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  76. I miss arcades...

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  77. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 8:02 AM

    "Sitting down while draping his leg over someone" is a wildly simplistic way of looking at a move that could jar the spine, especially for someone with established back problems.

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  78. Yeah. Back then we had to worry about having a Clinton or a Bush in the White House.

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  79. NO WAY is Vince reading the Times. The Post, maybe.

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  80. Hogan doing the leg drop all the time is what led to all his hip problems.

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  81. USA Today at most

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  82. Best part of the Star Wars prequels

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  83. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 8:03 AM

    Greatest intro vignette WCW ever did.

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  84. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 8:03 AM

    TMNT, Avengers.....so good

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  85. Weekly World News is my guess

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  86. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 8:04 AM

    NY Daily News or bust!

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  87. Does steroid abuse hurt the bones? Because if so, that didn't help either...he was juicing well into his 2000s run in WWE. Probably still is.

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  88. Yeah but see that kind of indulgence towards inner city crime has led to the problems we're seeing in society today. #seriouspoliticaltalk

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  89. I think the lazy fat ass gimmick is really gonna get Bull Dempsey over.

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  90. Should have put more people over then shouldn't ya Hulk!

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  91. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 8:05 AM

    WWF WrestleFest, complete with Royal Rumble and tag team tournament!

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  92. "DE BLASIO MARRIED A COLORED GAL? THEIR KIDS MUST BE SOME GREAT DANCERS, PAL!"

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  93. Well, yeah, it's an exaggeration for effect. Point stands, though, that Austin being a rabid perfectionist who would not settle for coming back for a lesser match while having a bad neck is WAY more dangerous than Hogan doing his ONE move and posing. I honestly think Hogan wrestling is more likely at this point.

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  94. Kevin Owens with his arm around a discomfited Byron is the best. Also Joe's music is great and everyone go to hell.

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  95. It's incredibly dumb - it's almost as if wins and losses don't matter...

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  96. LOL, jobbing is just laying down comfortably.

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  97. That footage of his family when he won was awesome. He's a veritable giant of a man, his wife is a former lesbian(?) and his son had a gigantic afro.

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  98. I identify with him. Not the gross hair or the Bundy singlet. Those are just wrong.

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  99. I honestly don't know how someone could think that a 300 lb. guy dropping on his tailbone consistently for the better part of 20 years isn't a big deal.

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  100. A rep for the toy company doing ROH figures said on the Torch website that there's only going to be the one Kevin Steen figure and that's it. The toy company has a deal with ROH, not Kevin, and now that he's gone, they won't be making anymore figures of him.
    Same policy applies to WWE and Mattel. Once someone leaves the company, Mattel can't make any more new figures of that person unless they cut a direct deal with the wrestler (and WWE has give Mattel the OK since it will be a WWE product).

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  101. Stranger In The AlpsJune 11, 2015 at 8:09 AM

    As a fan of the Hammer Studio library, Christopher Lee was the best, by far, incarnation of Dracula.

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  102. That is Francois Mitterrand-level family man.

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  103. I LOVED that Owens' move on Byron. Best heels are the ones who do the subtle things.

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  104. People like him. That's really the only qualification. Be the exact same thing but just show a shred of humanity, and he's there.

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  105. X-Men, Street Fighter II, Double Dragon...I could go on all day.

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  106. Basically what the Stunner is, isn't it?

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  107. I wish I'd kept a tally of how much money I spent on that game in the student center of my college.

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  108. I had teriyaki chicken for dinner last night.

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  109. I think I won a total of 1 matches in my lifetime on that thing.

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  110. I actually thought Bull did a great job in the segment. "It was going really well right up until I lost."

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  111. Stranger In The AlpsJune 11, 2015 at 8:11 AM

    I made a comment on an Onion Facebook post yesterday. It's still collecting "likes". Currently at 437. Meanwhile, my regular friends are snobs.

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  112. Alphonso's shoot may be the greatest one ever.

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  113. Bray Wyatt is obviously being groomed to hold a secondary title.

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  114. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 8:12 AM

    On the heel side, the late 80s had: Savage, Rude, Perfect, Andre, Dibiase, Heenan, BrainBusters, Bad News, Honky. With bad guys that good, you can make anyone a star babyface

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  115. He's actually kinda funny. He could make chicken salad out of this.

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  116. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 8:12 AM

    I was at the arcade every weekend from the time I was 10 or 11 til age 13 after my weekly bowling league, and I always dropped a few dollars into that machine.

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  117. I don't think that comment about McMahon being unimpressed is true because I don't think he really uses the term "brass ring."

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  118. Stranger In The AlpsJune 11, 2015 at 8:13 AM

    I post comments on their stuff all the time and usually think nothing of it, but FB must have recently upgraded their notification system because I keep getting hit with these like notices.

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  119. Lugosi looks much better as the Eastern European mysterious guy than Lee. The black and white film really made the look.


    Lee was the better acting Dracula though.

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  120. You're an internet sensation!

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  121. I really don't want to see Austin wrestle again. On this, Vince and I are kindred.

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  122. I had to go back and watch it again. I was too busy corpsing to notice his patting Byron on the head.

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  123. The Wyatt Family tormenting the Authority writes itself. I mean if the Wyatt Family really is all about challenging "the machine," why do they only target midcard goofs and not the people in charge?

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  124. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 8:14 AM

    I agree. I don't need to see Austin as a shell of himself.

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  125. How long was Austin using the Stunner?

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  126. I was referring to last night's episode of #HOSSINTHEBUFF

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  127. Scaramanga in Man with the Golden Gun.


    "He has a 3rd nipple."

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  128. RIP Christopher Lee, that's my main thought today.

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  129. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 8:15 AM

    If they are rekindling Austin vs. McMahon in some faux-shoot/kayfabe sort of deal, I hope it's only leading to him refereeing a HHH vs. Rock match or something. Not an Austin match

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  130. "It's been reported that the reason Wyatt has been losing so much lately is because they are eventually going to turn him babyface so their mentality is that it doesn't matter if he loses now as a heel."


    Yep, let's turn him into just another midcard job guy so when we do turn him face he'll have no heat left.


    Then again, they jobbed Ziggler and Cesaro out like crazy and they still get reactions from the crowd so who knows.

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  131. Stranger In The AlpsJune 11, 2015 at 8:16 AM

    I'm saddened to learn that a majority of people are only familiar with this LOTR and Star Wars work. There does not appear to be any appreciation for Hammer Films these days.

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  132. 6 years, give or take, on a crazy work schedule. What were his finishers before that? Drawing a blank on Stunning Steve. Stungun?

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  133. Theberzerker, #1 HUSS CHOMPIONJune 11, 2015 at 8:17 AM

    - Every time they report that Vince was angry with Austin, first thing Austin does is get on his show and say everything's fine, shuttup. So whatever, neither Austin nor Hogan will wrestle at Mania, esp. not Hogan because he's not even medically cleared to wear the bandana at this point.
    - I...don't know if face Bray is a good idea.
    - Vince should get a job with either Coke or Pepsi...within 2 weeks there won't be any other cola left on the planet. I love how defensive they get over any tiny little quasi-transgression from another company. An action figure of the former identity of a guy we recently signed?? THIS MEANS WAR.

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  134. I have no idea who he is!
    His death was top of the page on cbc though, until the Supreme Court ruled that medical marijuana includes edibles, and not just smokeables. That knocked it down.

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  135. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 8:17 AM

    Torii Hunter is on the Twins again? Man, I have really fallen off my baseball fandom the last couple years

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  136. I'm not sure why anyone wants to see a 50 year old Austin in the ring.

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  137. You'll have seen him in many, many things.

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  138. Seems like the 'in' thing to do in sports these days - return to your former team.

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  139. That's fine. If people now find out about more of his work I'll be glad.

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  140. Stranger In The AlpsJune 11, 2015 at 8:19 AM

    Crazy Canadians and their medical Mary Jane. Draft dodgers and potheads!

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  141. He used the stunner from what 97 to 02 with what around or over a year total he didn't work between the piledriver and the eventual surgery. Didn't Hogan have an even crazier schedule with guys back then working 300 days year?

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  142. Has Bray even had any memorable feuds outside of the Daniel Bryan and John Cena feuds? I guess I'm using memorable as in long lasting.

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  143. So what you're saying we need is...........
    (•_•)

    ( •_•)>⌐■-■
    (⌐■_■)



    Hammertime.


    YEAAAAAAAAAAHH!

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  144. Stranger In The AlpsJune 11, 2015 at 8:21 AM

    The podcast promo that Austin cut with Heyman could be Austin's way of letting Vince know that he's open to working WM, and that he will only work with Brock Lesnar.


    Or the whole thing is a worked shoot orchestrated by Vince Russo.

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  145. Is Michael Xavier still around, insisting WWE should put the title on Hogan?

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  146. Emma's new theme song is trash.

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  147. Stranger In The AlpsJune 11, 2015 at 8:22 AM

    Excellent work.

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  148. Nope. He had whatever he did with Ryback recently that went nowhere and has pointless from day one.

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  149. Fat, Ugly Inner-City SweathogJune 11, 2015 at 8:22 AM

    For better or worse, they have really pushed debuting guys hard in recent years. Rollins, Ambrose, Reigns, Wyatt, Rusev all got top programs right away, with varying levels of success.

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  150. Yeah, he used the Stungun in WCW and the MIllion $ Dream when he first came into the WWF.

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  151. He popped in a couple of days ago when Punk was bashing the Hulkster.

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  152. This Austin/Vince thing is NEWZ, just like it was a few months ago

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  153. Stranger In The AlpsJune 11, 2015 at 8:24 AM

    Nothing but a bunch of street hockey playing, draft dodging, pot smoking Big Bang Theory watching........uhhhh...I lost my train of thought there.

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  154. I said earlier that he's probably still posthumously accepting film roles. If I wrote for the Onion, my headline would be something of that nature.

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  155. And smiles...don't forget smiles.

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  156. If the WWN thing means the end of the CAW Generator renames for the most part, I'm all for it.

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  157. Is it just me or do Kevin Nash and Ted Dibiase have similar faces?

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  158. Should've known.

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  159. Noticed something yesterday. This is the logo for Panda Energy: http://www.trademarkia.com/services/logo.ashx?sid=78546473

    Looks REALLY similar to the World Wildlife Fund logo:
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/2/24/WWF_logo.svg/690px-WWF_logo.svg.png

    Which makes this classic photoshop all the funnier:
    http://real.dctc.edu/fall2014/files/2014/03/panda4.jpg

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  160. I'd love to see Owens give the finger to the sign instead of pointing.

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  161. Hogan's punches didn't look very good at WM. But I think he'll have trouble with the big boot AND the leg drop. Slamming a guy is fine as long as he's in okay shape and the other guy doesn't botch it (hard to botch a slam).

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  162. Y'know, with how petty WWE is, I'm surprised we've never had a jobber in a panda suit gimmick.

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  163. Not seeing it.

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  164. Ha! I made a pun comment on the latest Cyanide & Happiness video on YouTube and it's probably going to break 1,000 likes very soon. So there!

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  165. I feel they don't really go after actually tough or annoying organizations like WWF (and probably PETA and those sorts).

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  166. Must be just me then.

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  167. They Austin/Heyman podcast was a few weeks ago

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  168. The point is that it's just like when the report was that Vince and Austin had heat from the hunter podcast. Totally made up.

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  169. I really liked their Survivor Series 2004 match even though I was the only one

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  170. He actually had quite a surprising take on things to be honest.

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  171. I would have to assume the only reason they didn't was because they received such a legal bashing the first time they wouldn't dare.

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  172. His Count Dooku and Saurman were really good.

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  173. Knowing WWE they'd put him out there anyway but then have to end up actually giving him a push to get them off their backs, like they did with RTC.

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  174. I miss everything these days. What did Punk say.

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  175. He told Hogan he'd wreck him for being bad at knowing about hockey. Xavier sided with Punk and renounced Hulkamania forever!

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  176. That feud with Jericho did nothing but kill some time. The Ambrose feud was memorable but probably in a bad way (holograms, TVs)

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  177. Christopher Lee in the Wicker Man. That movie scared the hell out of me. I won't have anything wicker in the house.

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  178. According to Scott, apparently Vince was going to wrestle someone in a panda suit at one of those UK ppvs when they lost their copyright to the World Wildlife Fund. Sadly, he got talked out of it.

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  179. Brendan McDonaldJune 11, 2015 at 8:57 AM

    Austin should get his podcast as far the fuck away from WWE as possible and never look back.


    He's been building the thing for years, it's popular and he gets full financial benefit from it (minus whatever rev-share he's in with PodcastOne). And most of all, he has no content restrictions, other then what he imposes on himself (splitting the feed into "clean" and "uncensored" versions, for instance).


    That's the beauty of podcasts or YouTube channels or other end-user generated media content. You're not bound by network standards or the unpredictable whims of some weird executive. If Vince wants a WWE-approved interview show, he should produce it himself. Austin's already done the hard work. He shouldn't let someone else fuck with it.

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  180. Kristaps Porzingis seems to be the latest Chad Ford obsession. Hopefully he doesn't become shit like Darko, Yi, and Pavel Podkolzin.

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  181. Great flick, AWFUL remake. "Oh God, not the bees!"

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  182. I think that was a different era. There's so much that goes into vetting these foreign prospects now, I think the odds of another Darko aren't any greater than a top college player being a bust.

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  183. Aren't they trying to turn him into The Undertaker: Part Deux with the "new face of fear" promos and such?

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  184. Not really. Jan Vesely wasn't too long ago.

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  185. Cena vs Orton,one more timeJune 11, 2015 at 9:06 AM

    Guy was a real life badass.

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