Saturday, June 6, 2015

BoD Saturday Night Thread

On tap for tonight:



Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals will air on NBC at 7:15pm EST as the Chicago Blackhawks have the 1-0 series lead against the Tampa Bay Lightning.



UFC Fight Night 68 will begin at 10pm EST on Fox Sports 1, highlighted by Tim Boetsch vs. Dan Henderson



There are several games across the MLB tonight. On Fox you will see either the Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves at 7:10pm EST or the Los Angeles Angels vs. New York Yankees or the Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox  at 7:15pm EST. And on the MLB Network at 10:10pm EST you will see either the New York Mets vs. Arizona Diamondbacks or the St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers.



Boxing is on HBO tonight at 10:30pm EST as you can see Middleweight Champion Miguel Cotto vs. Daniel Geale.



Also, the Greg Valentine Shoot Interview Won the Poll with 40% of the vote and that recap will be posted Thursday at noon.



And as usual, talk about anything else going on tonight here.

1,538 comments:

  1. Mitch, The GodfatherJune 6, 2015 at 5:01 PM

    I loved every second of it. Great race.

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  2. HOOVES TO ASSES! *clap clap clapclapclap*
    HOOVES TO ASSES! *clap clap clapclapclap*
    HOOVES TO ASSES! *clap clap clapclapclap*

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  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DNQRtmIMxk



    DEE DEE NA NA NA

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  4. I forgot Tampa had a woman goalie.

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  5. Jesus. The Red Sox won yesterday, and they won again today. Twice in two days. That's crazy.

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  6. She was just on the pre-game. Looks good.

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  7. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 5:24 PM

    Tarnation.

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  8. The Hockey Night in Canada crew think Stamkos should be getting more ice time. Glen Healey's harping on it like Heenan's "not fair to Flair" in the 92 Rumble.

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  9. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 5:31 PM

    Two walks to the first three batters in the bottom of the first isn't a good sign... Things looking good for the Yankees!

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  10. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 5:35 PM

    4-0! Wrecking ball!

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  11. Backlash 99! WOOOOOOO!!!!!!

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  12. Between the Screwjob and the Brawl for All, a truly ASTONISHING amount of deadwood got cleared off the roster.

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  13. Corned Biff HashJune 6, 2015 at 5:38 PM

    Watching the Triple Crown for the first time in my lifetime, then going straight into Game 2 of the Stanley Cup is one of the best sports days I can remember in awhile.

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  14. Adderall is a great thing.

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  15. Corned Biff HashJune 6, 2015 at 5:38 PM

    The 1996-1998 stretch was like watching two different companies.

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  16. Corned Biff HashJune 6, 2015 at 5:38 PM

    They should almost kill fans more often at Fenway.

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  17. And it was another entirely different company by 2000

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  18. Bradshaw just tried to no sell a drop toe hold. Like he tried not to fall down.

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  19. Brawl For All sure, but the Screwjob only got rid of Bret Bulldog & Neidhart right?

    Only Neidhart was really deadwood at that point.

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  20. Corned Biff HashJune 6, 2015 at 5:40 PM

    Doc is a lot older than I thought he was.

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  21. Somewhere, Hawk and Rick Steiner nodded in approval.

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  22. I'm a big believer that a guy's run should never go longer than seven years in one company. The only guys I can think of that disprove that are Taker, Sting and Edge.

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  23. Dopey is even older.

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  24. Crush too!


    It was honestly worth it to get rid of Crush.

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  25. Cabrera won the triple crown and he's not even a horse

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  26. Corned Biff HashJune 6, 2015 at 5:42 PM

    Depends on what you mean by a 'run'. As the top draw and face of the company, completely agree. But I would argue that Edge was never in that position, and both Taker and Sting were only there in small spurts for their respective companies.

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  27. Actually lets remove Taker and Sting since they DRAMATIC character changes that almost feel like entirely different guys.


    So just Edge.

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  28. Corned Biff HashJune 6, 2015 at 5:43 PM

    I was stoked for that, too, even though I'm not a Cabrera or Tigers fan.

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  29. Cenas still pretty successful I'd argue....

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  30. Nash Bret and Shawn also . Flair.lots of guys disprove it

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  31. Start to finish. Like Punk first showed up in 07 and was gone in 14, and it felt like the exact right amount of time now that we've had some distance between us and that departure.

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  32. Huge "Mideon Sucks" chant there. They're not wrong.

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  33. Lucha Underground's title belt upgrade is A++ in my book. Looks fantastic.

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  34. Is he Naked yet?


    Because that was weird.

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  35. Corned Biff HashJune 6, 2015 at 5:45 PM

    Game 1 of the 2006 Stanley Cup Final is still my favorite hockey game of all time.

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  36. Nope. Eyeball in a jar.

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  37. Dennis Knight got several gimmicks and pushes, considering the overall lack of talent.

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  38. Nash didn't that I'm aware of. He never lasted more than four years in one place. I guess I mostly mean in the monthly PPV times so Flair's a different era. Bret took almost a year off so that could count as two runs. Shawn lasted 10 years so he's the exception.

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  39. Autocorrect should have said naah

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  40. 2006 Rose Bowl is my favorite football game of all time.

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  41. To continue my running joke from earlier, if they'd commit that hard to Barrett just ONCE!

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  42. Capitals/Penguins Game 2 in 2009. Crosby/Ovechkin dueling hat-tricks.

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  43. Seeds of Edge and Christian forming.

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  44. Even in his Ministry days, Bradshaw remained a hoss for ol' JR.

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  45. I realize that he'd moved on gimmick-wise by that point, but Convict Crush is one of my least favourite characters ever.

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  46. Best clotheline in the WWF!

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  47. "He just came down and jammed himself into the back of Christian." Well, alrighty then.

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  48. Random wrestling question: was it ever determined what the deal was with Cena's hiatus/retirement "one hell of a last ride" post-Lesnar promo at ER 2012? I remember some people speculating that he wanted to take time off for injuries and had basically decided to do so, but Vince convinced him to stick around later that night, but what was the deal with that?

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  49. He spent 22 hours in prison. Considering the paperwork, induction, sleep, etc. He spent single digits with the prison population.

    How did this turn him into a gangster?

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  50. What are you watching?

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  51. Without a doubt. The name of it even made it seem A+. The Clothesline from Hell!

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  52. Larry David and Julia Louis-Dreyfus meet with HBO prez to pitch a new show, and of course Larry blows the whole thing up because he's butthurt about the prez eating his shrimp when they got their Chinese food orders mixed up. Hall of fame pettiness.

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  53. Backlash '99

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  54. By rapper standards, he did moderate time.

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  55. Rock/Austin is badass on that one.

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  56. It's been a strange trip watching Bob Holly slowly turn into Hardcore Holly. He's so close now except for the color scheme.

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  57. He's got the music. Most important part. He's also missing Crash and the scale, but those were mere icing on the cake.

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  58. The JOB Squad shirt and 123 tights definitely helped Al Snow's look.

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  59. Larry David pettiness reminds me...here in Canada Tim Horton's has Roll Up The Rim To Win every January. Or February. Whichever....I'm not the only one who checks the rim before I give someone the coffee I bought them, right?

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  60. Love Hardcore holding up the belt, all smiles, then turning and slapping Al in the face with it.

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  61. He's like 95% there. Just teal for some reason.

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  62. I think that you are. How do you even unroll and re-roll cleanly?

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  63. And the shitty bleach job.

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  64. Oh I don't. You can tell that I did it.

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  65. Snow was one of those guys that got insanely over for a short period but wasn't moved up the card.

    When they were finally moving him up the card it was end of 99 and the massive influx of talent sent him back down again.

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  66. Is Dunkin donuts any good or are they overrated? They are finally putting one in near where I live.

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  67. WATER JUG OF DEATH!!!!!!

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  68. And now Larry casually drops a C-bomb while everyone's playing poker. No social skills whatsoever

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  69. Once he got the color scheme, he didn't change another thing until he retired, did he?

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  70. He called someone a Canadian?

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  71. It's okay. No Starbucks, although Boston folk will tell you its "fackin awesome" because they take pride in loving terrible things and treating them like gold.

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  72. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 5:55 PM

    Who rates DD highly for them to be overrated? The coffee sucks, the bagels aren't bagels, and the donuts are average at best.

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  73. Rewatching all the 98 stuff, he sucked badly. He might be my least favorite guy to be consistently watching.

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  74. I love their Jelly Donuts

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  75. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 5:56 PM

    Well, DD is a Boston establishment. Hometown pride, I suppose. Still sucks. Idiots.

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  76. I saw that and all I could think was "How does that hurt?"

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  77. Unpopular opinion: Hardcore Holly had a great run in WWECW with some enjoyable matches it's a pity the only match remembered by most people during that run is the Extreme Elimination Chamber.

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  78. When they put one in Santa Monica, the line was huge

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  79. Al Snow doing a kata with the hockey stick gets my upvote.

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  80. I want to make sure I don't give away something good.

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  81. The bagels are fucking half-cooked and awful. I thought it was just my local one that sucks but it's ALL OF THEM!

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  82. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 5:57 PM

    Well, that's because stupid people will line up for anything.

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  83. That's a compliment. It's our humble ways that make us better than everyone else.

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  84. Yes, the reasoning is not lost on me.

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  85. WWECW is pretty fantastic as a whole once Paul leaves.

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  86. And now he's the head agent for TNA. "Brawl outside the ring then go to the finish guys and/or girls."

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  87. Water Hose of MILD DISCOMFORT!!!

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  88. Lulz, Larry and his wife mock a domestic violence scene in their car and the wrong guy sees it.

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  89. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 5:58 PM

    When I lived in Western Mass., if I wanted a bagel, I had to get one from DD. When I moved to Chicago, I moved on happily. Now that I'm in NYC, where amazing bagels live, if I go into a DD, I don't even see bagels any more.

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  90. Even in the beginning, once you accept that WWECW is not ECW, and treat it as a new separate show there are some great bits to enjoy.

    Sure it got better when guys like Sabu, Sandman & Balls left, but there were good bits from the start.

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  91. He started to change again around WWECW when he got weirdly motivated again for a year. Than the Cody run happened and he got released right afterwards.

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  92. TNA has agents?

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  93. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 5:59 PM

    Their baggles are solid.

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  94. Shit...he was gonna hit him with a fucking sink...ornery bastard.

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  95. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 6:00 PM

    Solid... shit?

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  96. Wasn't there for it. I thought he retired after the Brock feud, honestly.

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  97. Stranger In The AlpsJune 6, 2015 at 6:00 PM

    Bayless, the Demonic Toys review is posted here:


    http://memoriesat88mph.blogspot.com/2015/06/demonic-toys-1992.html

    And here: http://www.danimalcrossing.com/?p=2090



    You're welcome.

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  98. Is this the one where they brawl into the river or whatever? Doesn't Holly get the win by rolling him up in a fence?

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  99. A lot of people weren't around. That 07-11 period is actually pretty good, but we'd all faded out by then.

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  100. that's last PPV. They're fighting on top of cars in this one.

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  101. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 6:02 PM

    According to the wife, my Hot Rod t-shirt and purple Macho Man t-shirt arrived today! Dig it!

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  102. It's kind of funny that Hardcore Holly was an internet darling at one point.

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  103. I have the Macho Man one. I love it. I especially love the reaction of people who don't know what it is.

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  104. Stranger In The AlpsJune 6, 2015 at 6:02 PM

    Wear your lucha mask with them.

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  105. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 6:03 PM

    The lucha mask will look AWESOME with the Savage shirt.

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  106. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:03 PM

    Internet loved him at one point. Bob Holly has to ask the Internet this: "How do you like me now?"

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  107. I would wear either of those with pride.

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  108. You could always tell he was pretty good, even when he had the stupid race car driver gimmick. One of those guys that even as a kid I thought should do more.

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  109. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 6:04 PM

    They will compliment my yellow Hulkamania t-shirt well for gym activities.

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  110. One of the best dropkicks I've ever seen.

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  111. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:04 PM

    Picturesque Dropkick. Textbook.

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  112. I remember that game!

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  113. I think it was the super heavyweight time frame that I started to like him.

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  114. Nice Frankensteiner too.

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  115. He won at a house show I went to and I was beyond excited about it.

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  116. Holly is REALLY growing on me the last few PPVS. The early days of the Hardcore Title were really fun before Crash Holly ruined everything.

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  117. Wasn't he finalising his divorce at the time?

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  118. The 24/7 thing was cute for like one show and then it died.

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  119. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:06 PM

    Please edit to state CORRECTLY "before Crash Holly saved the title"

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  120. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 6:07 PM

    And why the hell were cameras still on when he went into his spiel? That shoulda been a "for the house crowd only" moment.

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  121. He looked like such a goober with that mullet, though.

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  122. Crash himself was fun, but it just destroyed any credibility the title could regain. No coming back from that. Like these are serious, competitive matches.


    Crash led to fun skits but he also led to Brisoe vs Patterson. And Hardcore Champion Terri Runnels.

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  123. With the noticeable bald spot.

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  124. When did the IC Title actually lose all credibility? Godfather is what we usually say but Benoit/Jericho/Angle/Eddie undid that I thought.


    Was it Albert?

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  125. He's one of those guys, like Christian, where he's good but there's always someone more worthwhile to push.

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  126. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:09 PM

    It was created from a broken smashed up old championship from Vince to make Mankind think he liked him. It never had too much credibility to begin with.

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  127. In hindsight, it was BRILLIANT to fuck over Christian in the Orton feud. That was easily the most over Christian ever was or could ever hope to be.

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  128. It's the Hardcore Title. It had a limited shelf life to begin with. The 24/7 rule injected new life into it and made for a lot of fun.

    I can't take it as a serious competitive match when a pinfall attempt was literally preformed atop of a pile of trash.

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  129. 7-0 Yankees. Still in the 2nd inning. Angels on their 3rd pitcher already.

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  130. Albert won it in a great match with Kane.

    It was during the Invasion when it would change hands every week.

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  131. Corned Biff HashJune 6, 2015 at 6:11 PM

    Sports fans often talk about 'irrational Sports-hate' for athletes who people just can't stand, but do any of you guys here have 'irrational Wrestling-hate' for any of the wrestlers (People like Vince McMahon or Kevin Dunn don't count)?


    For me, it comes down to the Primetime Players; I don't buy them as a serious act, and I can't stand to watch them wrestle. Titus is marginally better than Young, but I'd be happy if both were let go.

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  132. Blue Meanie hasn't been cut yet?

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  133. I would even argue that Shamrock was the last champion that mattered, with a renaissance with Benoit and Jericho.


    After Shammy was when it really started bouncing around, and the weird swerve where Billy Gunn was being set up to challenge for it and they swapped him and Road Dogg, and it all got very confusing.

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  134. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:12 PM

    Sometime after Orton had his great long reign is when the title lost it for good I think. Edge came back hot and beat him but then didn't take, he lost it to Jericho, Shelton beat him and did okay and then Carlito won it lost it to Flair and the title was so unimportant during his feud with HHH that their blowoff was non-title.

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  135. Orton had a renaissance with it too, now that I think about it.

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  136. So Flair?


    I'm okay with blaming Flair for this. Fuck that guy.

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  137. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 6:13 PM

    Titus, if handled right, could be a monster for the company. He's huge, does a lot of Cena-like charity stuff, and just has a great look. It's a shame he's stuck in the tag circuit.


    My irrational hate? At this point, it comes down to Jericho. And Foley. Not in their primes. Today, right now, I just wish I didn't have to see them any more.

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  138. That is not a good color combo on Godfather. He's usually better than that.

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  139. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:13 PM

    Carlito or Flair in 2005 are my answers. I can't even remember who Flair lost it to.

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  140. Jack Swagger. He came in hyped like a Lesnar-Angle cross-breed and once I heard him talk, I was done. Then I saw his matches. It really didn't help that Angle left soon after he arrived IIRC. Maybe he'd have been helped if he was on a new Team Angle or something, but I've never bought him as a credible threat.

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  141. Agreed on Foley. I was a fan at one point, but now I'd be really happy if he didn't appear ever again, or at least for a long time.

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  142. He hung around till very late 99 I think just in the undercard doing noting of note.

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  143. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:14 PM

    First I just want to pronounce my love for the PrimeTime Players. Always entertain me.

    Rey Mysterio was my irrational hate target when he was in WWE. I recognized he had great matches but I just hated the guy.

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  144. Carlito. Ultimate "bleh" guy.

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  145. Voodoo priest to supreme fighting machine to pimp. Hey, it all makes sense now.

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  146. Cesaro.


    I recognize he's technically good, but his lack of promo skills, generic look and lack of in-ring characterization beats really make me mad for some reason. I think he's an insanely great Smackdown CAW moveset that nobody bothered to build the design for.


    He's gotten way better since being paired with Kidd though.

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  147. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 6, 2015 at 6:15 PM

    I don't know if he was always a huge mark for himself, or if that happened gradually, but he takes himself way too seriously.

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  148. Career changes are the norm in the modern era.

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  149. At times I had irrational hate for Daniel Bryan's beard. It was awful and reminded me of Duck Dynasty and every hipster guy who cuffs his jeans over their boots.

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  150. Best characters are yourself on loud.

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  151. If the division hadn't changed, it'd have been the perfect landing spot for Tazz and Raven.

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  152. TNA pushed him when Joe was the most talked about wrestler there was, didn't increase anything. Christian is basically a modern-day Toto Santana, people like him but there will always be three or four guys they like more.

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  153. Like an IC title for the ECW guys.

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  154. Yup. Then Saturn would've had a place to flourish the next year.

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  155. At different times Shawn Michaels and Rey Mysterio, although I liked them both at points as well.


    I had reasons for disliking them, but the degree of dislike was out of proportion.

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  156. I liked how each federation's specialty titles explained what part of ECW they pillaged


    WWF: Hardcore Title
    WCW: Cruiserweight Title


    And because one side had already pillaged all the talent of one side, the other's attempts at creating that division were disgustingly bad.

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  157. This match is stupid.

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  158. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:20 PM

    *clap clap clapclapclap*

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  159. They tried to break out the smoke and mirrors to cover for Godfather and Goldust, but they didn't use the good smoke and mirrors.

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  160. Thaddeus MountainJune 6, 2015 at 6:20 PM

    Watching Glastonbury '14 on Palladia. What's the deal with people flying giant flags everywhere at European festivals?

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  161. "American Pharoah" is a testament to thoroughbred racing and the American educational system.

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  162. And this is for the company's #2 belt.

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  163. Maybe a good idea to just forfeit already?

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  164. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:21 PM

    i was wondering whether you considered it a race or not!

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  165. It would've been better if it was no-DQ and they could just have a garbage brawl at ringside.

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  166. IMO, whoever wins game 2 of the NHL Stanley Cup Final will win the series...

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  167. I don't know if Godfather could even do that at this point.

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  168. The Triple Crowm is actually three races.

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  169. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:22 PM

    You son of a bitch.

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  170. I love the Godfather. But I don't miss him, or his ilk.

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  171. Is there a story behind the misspelling, or is it just a a misspelling?

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  172. I loved when Bret said that to Owen.

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  173. I'm happy his escort business did well.

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  174. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:23 PM

    ilk.

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  175. Well that's just, like, your opinion man...


    ...that happens to be backed up statistically.

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  176. He's the best. His pettiness for the SMALLEST social mis steps is amazing.

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  177. Thaddeus MountainJune 6, 2015 at 6:24 PM

    Miz. I realize he's gotten better in the ring over the years, but every time he comes on my television I generally say "Fuck this guy" and change the channel. I also LOATHE Ryback because he looks like a roided-up version of a guy I worked with in California that I despise.

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  178. Then I'd argue he might not have been the ideal IC title candidate. Possibly.

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  179. LOL at King pointing out and laughing at the "Chuck's ass stinks" sign.

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  180. There was an internet campaign to name the horse, and that's where it came from.

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  181. Orton. He's just never going to be better, this is it, this is as good as he will ever be, he will not improve.

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  182. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:24 PM

    Dealing with your brother eliminates all the best insults.

    Son of a bitch. Out. Bastard. Out. Motherfucker. Out.

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  183. He would be an awesome manager, if those things existed nowadays.

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  184. A Missouri lady entered the name in a contest, the name won, and nobody noticed the misspelling until it was too late.

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  185. I was just about to point that out. It's good to know...that at some point in 1999, Chuck's hindquarters smelled most foul.

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  186. And King wanted to know more!

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  187. That's one of those moments we'll never be able to explain to our kids. "You just had to be there."

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  188. Unless you hate your mother and yourself as well.

    Bret's got issues.

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  189. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 6, 2015 at 6:26 PM

    Maybe they were talking about Chuck Polumbo. In which case refer to Billy "Slide" Gunn.

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  190. In high school one of my friends was being a dick and his Mom called him a son of a bitch.


    He just asked why she would insult herself, and the mood was lightened.

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  191. Owen's final PPV match. :(

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  192. Yeah, I'm always rooting for small businesses.

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  193. I'm not a fan of the transition in Debra's wardrobe. I just like the business suits better when she she unbuttoned them instead of just staring off in a bra and panties.


    Like, BUILD to it!

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