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Dean Ambrose Update

The WWE reportedly wants to push Ambrose, who is receiving praise backstage, in a similar direction like Steve Austin was towards Vince McMahon in 1998. It was also reported that a top WWE star and producer a while back complained about Ambrose not having a direction and that a star also pitched the idea of Ambrose to act more like Austin to Vince himself.

http://wrestlechat.net/report-wwe-star-pitches-idea-for-dean-ambrose-to-be-more-like-steve-austin-huge-heel-turn-coming-soon-for-top-babyface/



WWE 4th of July Event in Japan Available Live and On Demand

The show, which will stream live at 5am EST, will also be available On Demand on the WWE Network immediately after it airs.

http://wrestlechat.net/big-news-on-wwe-networks-july-4th-special-from-japan/



EVOLVE Star Works Dark Match for NXT

Johnny Gargano worked a dark match at the NXT tapings, facing Uhaa Nation. EVOLVE also issued a statement on his match, which you can read by clicking on the link below.

http://wrestlinginc.com/wi/news/2015/0619/596409/evolve-issues-statement-on-johnny-gargano-working-last-night-wwe/



Former TNA Announcer Returning to Wrestling?

Don West, who was a former color commentator in TNA, had his photo sent out on Instagram by Jeff Jarrett and Global Force Wrestling teasing he was coming on board with the company.

http://pwinsider.com/article/94513/don-west-returning-to-wrestling.html?p=1



Also, make sure to vote in this week's shoot interview poll, which you can do by clicking on the link below:

http://vote.pollcode.com/46564588

Comments

  1. Don West being your commentator is not something you need to *tease*. You can just announce it. Jeff is such an oddball.

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  2. First! Don West! What a great day.


    Christ GFW is a disaster already. I was in Nashville last week, and actually drove past the baseball stadium was at. Literally in the middle of NOWHERE., TN.

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  3. So who's the star backing up Dean.

    I vote that it's Orton.

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  4. I'd like to say lolgfw, but in honor of Don West I'll say LOL OH MY GOD GFW THIS IS THE CRAZIEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN MY GOD!

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  5. I'm not a fan of West, but I will give that dude credit for improving a lot and giving a shit.

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  6. Ambrose is like the knock off flea market toy version of Austin.

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  7. Check out my fast food review debut. Also, you can read all about the horrors of the Pizza Hut hot-dog stuffed pizza


    http://www.danimalcrossing.com/?p=1363

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  8. Sweet, a return to the "standing up to authority" angle that we haven't been seeing at all.


    Shit, let Ambrose be Ambrose, just give him something to do that makes sense week to week.

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  9. I like Ambrose, but yeah. Austin in 97-98 was a foul language always pissed off lunatic.


    That just can't exist today.

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  10. So can Ambrose swear, flip people off, drink beer? Because that helped Stone Cold. If he's going to stand up to the Authority with prop comedy, he ain't gonna be no Stone Cold.

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  11. Austin got over as a rebel because he truly acted like a rebel. In WWE 2015, they'll likely just start calling Dean "The Rebel" Dean Ambrose and consider that enough.

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  12. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!June 19, 2015 at 7:51 AM

    "You know, a PG era Stone Cold!"


    "Then it's not Stone Cold."


    "....."

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  13. I just love the logic. Stone Cold modeled after Ted Dibiase = failure. Stone Cold just being himself = huge success. Therefore, Ambrose shouldn't be himself, he should be modeled after someone else.

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  14. Getting unconfirmed reports of Blackjack Mulligan's passing... anyone heard anything?

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  15. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!June 19, 2015 at 7:52 AM

    GFW, bringing out the big guns! When I think "stars in a large, relevant pro wrestling company," I think Don West.

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  16. Yeah, I can't put it any better. Had pretty much the same thought.

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  17. If so, rough week for Flair losing people he was once friends with and had a falling out. Look out, Ole Anderson!

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  18. What? Cold Stone? I prefer Marble Slab, but...


    oh.


    Bah.


    Carry on.

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  19. Havent heard but he has been in bad health for a while.

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  20. Aye, Stone Cold worked because he was an original character after numerous failed attemps to re-do Hulk Hogan. You don't re-do Steve Austin!

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  21. False.


    You, and everyone else, thinks Jeff Jarrett.


    And a crappy, incomplete website.

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  22. Hey guys, the PWTorch Newsletter is free this week:

    http://www.pwtorch.com/freenewsletters/1409PWTorchNewsletterFREE.pdf

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  23. Had brain surgery this week didn't he?

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  24. If Ambrose gets pushed like Austin did towards his feud with Vince, wouldn't his enemy be HHH? If so, I doubt Dean is the one who's coming out looking great out of that one.

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  25. The Six Million Dollar Man says hello.

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  26. I'd like to see Mauro Ranallo do wrestling commentary. He always drove me a little nuts in PRIDE with his constant overenthusiasm, but that could totally work for wrestling.

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  27. Also, Austin was the FIRST to ever stand up to those running the WWF, really. Not the 50th in a long line of chumps to receive repeated dressing downs from Steph on Raw.

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  28. Bah. I don't go any further for my wrasslin' news than this here blog.

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  29. Yeah, what's the closest thing we have in pop culture right now to Austin? Darryl in the Walking Dead? He's got a way softer edge than Stone Cold, and Austin only had one zombie to contend with.

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  30. Exactly Arn Anderson's reasoning why people loved the first incarnation of the Horsemen. Because it was first.

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  31. Someone updated his Wikipedia page to say he has passed away of a heart attack today.

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  32. I was named after the guy who played that particular man. True story!

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  33. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 7:58 AM

    Nope, I won't be watching the Japan show live. I will watch it On Demand, though.

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  34. He does for NJPW on AXS TV.

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  35. Dude. No. I got that email yesterday. I've heard enough about crusted wieners circling my pizza. ;-)


    #HEALTHFOOD


    Well, not really. But you get my point.

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  36. Your name is Lee Majors? Or just Lee? Or just Majors?


    I NEED TO KNOW!

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  37. Our 6 month old likes to wake us up around 5am every day so there's a real possibility I'll watch it live.

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  38. Sweet, I don't watch NJPW, maybe I'll have to start. Is he good at it?

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  39. Isn't that the show where Brock will murder Kofi?


    ALL. IN.

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  40. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!June 19, 2015 at 8:01 AM

    Hi Hoss!

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  41. That's all the info I can reveal!

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  42. My all time favorite Don West moment was when he turned heel on Mike Tenay... and was promptly replaced by Tazz a month later. I'd find the promo but YouTube is blocked at work.

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  43. No... remember, they'll need to all SAY "he's such a rebel!" about 100 times, including the commentators, then they'll have Bryan come out and CALL him a rebel.


    Then we'll know he's a rebel.

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  44. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:01 AM

    Since my wife will be in New Hampshire that weekend, I can sleep in a little bit, and when I wake up, I'm just going to be playing Batman: Arkham Knights.

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  45. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:01 AM

    For the live show or on demand once you wake up?

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  46. fuck.


    The fact that this will probably happen exactly like that irritates me.

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  47. Whats more American than watching Brock Lesnar kill Kofi Kingston live?

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  48. Watching Brock kill all of New Day live?

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  49. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!June 19, 2015 at 8:03 AM

    Yeah, looks like one of the first websites I made on geocities in 1998.

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  50. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:03 AM

    You're a good man, Hoss.

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  51. Just like most things TNA, once he started to find his stride, they chopped his legs out from under him and replaced him with a WWE castoff.


    I wish we could have seen him develop as a heel commentator, because he was starting to get REALLY good. (And shill West sucked)

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  52. You are old.


    Not as old as I am, I'm guessing, but still. Old.

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  53. Him and Josh Barnett are the best announcing duo today.

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  54. I remember him standing on the desk chanting for the Amazing Red back in 2002. At least he tried to get people over.

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  55. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!June 19, 2015 at 8:04 AM

    Everyone knows the only way to watch a Japanese wrestling show is shirtless, eating sushi.

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  56. Luckily, they haven't decided yet whether to change his music to Bowie's "Rebel, Rebel" or The Crystals' "He's a Rebel." Of course, that means they'll have to break off that deal with Kenny Rogers now that he's no longer going to have that "cool gambler's edge" they were talking about a couple months back.

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  57. Once in awhile.


    Also, I suppose there is a chance that I may be awake. Mrs. Hoss is going on a fishing trip with her dad and will be leaving 7/4 or 7/5. I don't sleep very well without her.


    Oh, speaking of which...HEY CANADA! Mrs. Hoss better come back unharmed or I will be...displeased.

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  58. Yeah, we say these things as jokes, and then realize they're quite possibly true.


    When the hell did THAT become normal?

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  59. Just looking at pictures of that pizza is giving me diarrhea

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  60. Both involve getting up at 5 AM EST.


    Although that won't be the opening match, so one could likely sleep in until 630 AM and not miss it

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  61. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!June 19, 2015 at 8:05 AM

    I hope his first name is Majors.

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  62. He was the man for his time and place. He fit right in there. It's funny how we've been comparing Austin to Rhodes in their "common man" success, yet they went about it in RADICALLY different ways.

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  63. uh...at least around the time HHH pinned Booker T at WM?

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  64. We should've had heel shill West, where he'd pitch shoddy, limited edition merchandise and maybe an addictive TNA kids' collectible card game.

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  65. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:06 AM

    Look at that! Mrs. Extant is going to New Hampshire with her family that weekend. How many BoD women can we send away that weekend?

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  66. Stranger In The AlpsJune 19, 2015 at 8:06 AM

    Dean Ambrose needs to drop the goofy comedy bits that he does if he is to be taken seriously in that role. Otherwise, it just comes off as a frat boy pulling pranks.

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  67. (I think the real headline here is that I just threatened upper Mexico)

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  68. Oh God, did Vince just see Old School?

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  69. He's one of my favorite guys to poke fun at in a friendly way.

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  70. Belee_Matt!_INDEED!!!June 19, 2015 at 8:07 AM

    Seems too new. Maybe he just saw Animal House.

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  71. Honestly, I dunno why they had him do them in the first place. It didn't happen with the Shield.

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  72. Stranger In The AlpsJune 19, 2015 at 8:08 AM

    I've been saying that. Shield Dean Ambrose was cold and calculating. Babyface Ambrose is just an elevated version of Santino Marella, really.

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  73. I'm in.


    Wait, Josh Barnett? WARMASTER?

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  74. "Vince McMahon was taken to the hospital with a broken hip today. Sources claim he fell off a ladder outside a sorority house."

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  75. One use of COBRA, and I'm out.

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  76. I've often wondered how old we all are, and if we are all about the same age. I'm 36.

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  77. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:10 AM

    35 ... and a half!

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  78. Majors Hemelsworth-Buckley Esq. at your service

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  79. "So much for Ambrose being pushed like Austin!" - Everyone here next time he loses any match or looks even a little vulnerable.

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  80. AverageJoeEverymanJune 19, 2015 at 8:12 AM

    WHY CANT THEY JUST PUT PEPPERONI IN THE STUFFED CRUST!!!!!!!!!

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  81. I'll be 33 on the TWENTY EIGHTH OF JUNE

    9 days.

    June 28th.

    TimeandtheRani will be 33.

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  82. He might want to tone down on the rebound clothesline move, maybe limit it to once a match

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  83. Dean's indie work before going to FCW was astonishingly creepy, original, and memorable. Like a sadistic Scumbag Steve. If they ever let him tap into THAT character he could be the top heel in the business.

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  84. AverageJoeEverymanJune 19, 2015 at 8:13 AM

    With a Superman S on his chest, Spider-Man legs and called "Most Wonderful Bean Damrose"

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  85. Cena vs Orton,one more timeJune 19, 2015 at 8:13 AM

    22

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  86. AverageJoeEverymanJune 19, 2015 at 8:14 AM

    Heath Slater

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  87. Once Austin started getting pushed, how many jobs did he do?

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  88. Stranger In The AlpsJune 19, 2015 at 8:14 AM

    Yeah, I agree. The move was being pulled off once a match, but lately I've been seeing it up to three times.

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  89. Once the Mega Push began, I don't think he lost from summer 97 all the way to the Kane loss at KOTR98

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  90. document that.

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  91. He's an idea for Ambrose. How about give him a better finisher. No one in wrestling sells a DDT, yet his double armed DDT put Rollins down for like a 12 count at Elimination Chamber.


    How about make Cena stop doing his awful springboard stunner and just flat out give Ambrose the stunner as a move.

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  92. I think it's accurate!

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  93. That isn't enough for me.

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  94. "Second." - Scruffy. It looks contrived when it happens all the time, and in the same exact way. It's a cool spot, but he should work in more rebound stuff in different ways to sell the idea that he's an unpredictable opponent.

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  95. There is a company here called Puro Clean (maybe it is national IDK) whenever I see one of their vans I assume it is some Japanese guy that will go to someone's house and do a "strong style" clean.

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  96. Osaka Street Cutter. Make it happen!

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  97. http://www.profightdb.com/wrestlers/steve-austin-205.html?year=1997

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  98. SS97 - Beat Owen
    DX97 - Beat Rock
    RR98 - Won Rumble
    NWO98 - Won 8 man
    Mania 14 - Beat Shawn
    IYH April - Beat Dude Love
    IYH May - Beat Dude Love
    KOTR 98 - Lost to Kane

    Don't think he ever lost on Raw, not the kinda thing they'd do back then

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  99. I'm holding a convention.

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  100. Stranger In The AlpsJune 19, 2015 at 8:18 AM

    Stiff clotheslining dirty rugs into oblivion.

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  101. Not quite:

    http://www.profightdb.com/wrestlers/steve-austin-205.html?year=1997

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  102. I had a Ouija board tell me, as a kid, that I would die at 33.


    Clearly, it was wrong.

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  103. Cena vs Orton,one more timeJune 19, 2015 at 8:18 AM

    "How about make Cena stop doing his awful springboard stunner and just flat out give Ambrose the stunner as a move."


    Agree with the former, completely disagree with the latter. I don't want to see the next Steve Austin, I want the first Dean Ambrose.

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  104. You're totally wearing a monocle, aren't you?

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  105. There were 32 RAW's in that time and you assume he won on all of them? Also did he never once look vulnerable?

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  106. http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=635&page=4&year=1998&promotion=1

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  107. He gets one last swipe with the vacuum before collapsing from exhaustion.

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  108. Breakfast? Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough.


    #HOSSFOODGROUPS

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  109. Odd part is I have no idea what kind of cleaning service it is despite seeing the name for years and being amused by it.

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  110. Yep. I checked that site that was posted. He never lost on any of them. Motherfucking machine that guy.

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  111. Stranger In The AlpsJune 19, 2015 at 8:20 AM

    Fire and water damage, apparently. National company.

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  112. Crazy. Both that he didn't job and that someone kept track of all of that.

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  113. That pizza looks like a board of health violation.

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  114. Yeah but he lost to UT and a ton to Bret leading up to that, yet managed to look like a million bucks doing so. His obsession with beating Bret, and never really doing so, was awesome booking. Not to mention great matches

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  115. Translation: Why would I go read it myself when Bayless will do all the work for me.

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  116. That must suck

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  117. True, but we're talking once the rocket push started, which was after Bret.

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  118. Yeah, but once they decided he was The Guy, that was it. No jobbing. He was kept super strong. Before the summer of 97 he wasn't *top* level, he was still an upper mid carder.

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  119. The only time he did beat Bret was by Dq. But they sure did make him look strong. Bret had to nearly kill him to win matches.

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  120. I went to the vegetarian cafe/coffeehouse and got "Breakfast in a cup" - smoothie blend of fruit, oatmeal, and a protein shot.

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  121. Yep, and that's the way it should be, especially back then. But from summer on 96 onward, he was going to be a star, it was inevitable. That's not just revisionist history either, I remember watching it all unfold and it really was cool to see.

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  122. Hey look preemptive complaining!

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  123. AverageJoeEverymanJune 19, 2015 at 8:23 AM

    He didnt wrestle any Raw's from SS97 to the end of the year at least. They were saving his in ring stuff for PPVs because of his neck and even those were short and trashy (like I like the ladies! HOWBOUTIT)

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  124. Upvote for your strong finish there.

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  125. The best was Austin's look after losing SS96, just standing in the aisle looking back at the ring thinking "damn, he got me." Well and the iconic imagine of him passing out at WM, but that's a given

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  126. AverageJoeEverymanJune 19, 2015 at 8:24 AM

    Hope so, it's hilarious. Maybe the Dan Band can come in and do a cover of the theme song.

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  127. One of those times where you knew you were watching something special while you were watching it. I remember being positively giddy to watch wrestling in those days, and I was already an adult.

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  128. #LiberalEliteApproved

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  129. This is for 1998. He lost that fixed triple-threat match in which Taker and Kane could not go after each other and he lost to Mankind at the Deadly Games after interference, which set up for Austin's feud

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  130. I personally think he is drastically over rated, but at least it is something different.

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  131. Yeah that was good booking. They showed how obsessed he was with beating Bret and you knew he would keep coming back no matter what.

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  132. I would rather shove a rusty needle up my cock than give that asshole even one page view.

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  133. He lost to UT once after WM13 too I think. I do remember him cutting a promo along the lines of "Stone cold got put on his head, 123 I'm counting the lights, but I'll win the belt one day"

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  134. Bret had that cool line when he was in WCW once, and the Canadian crowd went nuts. "Goldberg's out there throwing challenges to Steve Austin, well I beat Steve Austin every time I ever fought him!"

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  135. He overacts too much, he comes across as totally contrived. Not sure if that's just him or he tries too hard

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  136. You bastard. I'll accept your apology when it happens!

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  137. What is a protein shot exactly?

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  138. I don't apologize to the peasants.

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  139. AverageJoeEverymanJune 19, 2015 at 8:28 AM

    I want to see the third Bunkhouse Buck

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  140. Probably just a shot of a regular flavored protein drink.

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  141. When the revolution comes I'll have your head on a pike.

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  142. AverageJoeEverymanJune 19, 2015 at 8:29 AM

    "You want your dirty rug cleaned? I have one word for you thundertigerfirebomb. Yes that is right I will Thundertigerfirebomb your rug to cleanliness"

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  143. Lucha Underground apparently qualifies as an Emmy eligible program in one of the Reality TV categories.


    It would be hilarious if it actually got nominated because that would almost be guaranteed to produce some sort of anger from WWE regarding their categorization (I believe they're under sports related programming and not eligible).


    FWIW, LU has gotten rave reviews from AVClub & Deadspin among some other press. Not sure what the competition is like in that category, though, don't really watch reality TV or understand what qualifies as good reality TV.

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  144. "good reality TV."



    That is an oxymoron.

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  145. OR just get rid of the springboard stunner, because it totally sucks!

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  146. Battle Kat LitterJune 19, 2015 at 8:31 AM

    Roughly translated: Dean Ambrose will be feuding with Kane.

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  147. I believe the category is Structured Reality Show, which is a fancy way of saying fake reality show, which is odd, because pretty much any reality show in the last decade has been 100% fake.

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  148. Joey Jo-Jo Junior ShabbadooJune 19, 2015 at 8:32 AM

    So after trying (and failing) to create a new Hulk Hogan and trying (and failing) to create a "new" John Cena, they now want to make a new Steve Austin?

    Sounds about right.

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  149. Yeah, Undertaker's been yelling at everyone to see it for years, and he just got around to it.

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  150. Cena vs Orton,one more timeJune 19, 2015 at 8:32 AM

    MasterChef Australia is fun to watch,mostly because the contestants and judges are all so nice and polite to each other,there's no drama at all. Kinda like Australia itself,I suppose.

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  151. I dont think he is a top guy but fans seem to dig him a bit so might as well do something with him.

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  152. http://deadspin.com/report-mlb-has-scrubbed-about-60-million-improper-all-1712468973



    Ha.

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  153. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:34 AM

    I figured as much. I'll have to read someone's Google review of that.

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  154. It doesn't really matter what Ambrose or anyone else on the roster does really because there was apparently some NEWZ yesterday about Sheamus being considered for a long title run which means it's obviously definitely happening so everyone should just write off the rest of this year.

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  155. "TV Networks Insist On More All-Stars From Major Markets, MLB Makes It Happen"

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  156. It's our one-year wedding anniversary this weekend. Take THAT, parallax!

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  157. That's what you get for a) still having the stupid f'ing all star game, and b) letting the fans vote on who gets in.

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  158. Fuuuuuuuck.

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  159. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:36 AM

    Shocking.

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  160. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:36 AM

    Don't taunt the beast. You will get eaten.

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  161. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:36 AM

    Or maybe she will...

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  162. Today is my 5 year wedding anniversary! Good choice on days to get married!

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  163. It's also Garfield's birthday today. He's 37!

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  164. In an hour I get my wisdom teeth out. Being drugged out should be fun.

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  165. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 19, 2015 at 8:38 AM

    Chili is in the crock pot, once this episode of Raw from 1994 is over, I'll run down to the laundromat and pick up my laundry, and I'll have been more productive today than I have been the last few days.

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  166. I hate it when I nail the perfect joke and it's too far downthread for anyone to see.

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  167. Dean Ambrose really, really likes that fall onto the second rope rebound thing.

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  168. Garfield was played in the movie by Bill Murray. In the cartoon he was voiced by Lorenzo Music.


    In Ghostbusters, Peter Venkman was played by Bill Murray. In the Real Ghostbusters cartoon, he was played by Lorenzo Music.


    *mind blown*

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  169. So weird seeing WWE set up twitter accounts for tough enough contestants with generic handles like "@tough*name of person* and generic logo background. It's just comes off as so fake.

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  170. Joey Jo-Jo Junior ShabbadooJune 19, 2015 at 8:42 AM

    "Baseball Still Boring And Stuck In 1950s Mindset, Reports Say"

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  171. Looking forward to reading them really speak their mind on those accounts

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  172. I'm sure they will be deeply personal, and fascinating insights.

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  173. But with Garfield the cartoon came first, it was the other way round with Ghostbusters. Still a nice coincidence. Although I think the only reason they got Murray for the Garfield film was because Lorenzo Music spoiled plans somewhat by dying.

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  174. RT @toughBiscuit my favorite match ever is every HHH match!

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  175. Didn't Murray claim he thought it was a Coen Brothers movie when he signed it but it turned out to just be some random writer called Coen?

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  176. "Steve Austin! Shit, we're missing Raw!" - thousands, maybe millions, of wrestling fans watching Nitro at the time.

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  177. My question is what happens after they get kicked off the show? Some of them have a lot of twitter followers. Who owns the account, the person or WWE?

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  178. Murray only took the role because it was written by Joel Cohen, who he mistook for Joel Coen (one half of the Coen Brothers). Oops.

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