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On tap for tonight:



WWE Smackdown airs at 8pm EST on SyFy, highlighted by Neville & Randy Orton & Roman Reigns vs. Sheamus & Kane & Kofi Kingston



Game 4 of the NBA Finals starts at 9pm EST on ABC as the Golden State Warriors trail the Cleveland Cavaliers 2-1.



MLB has 6 games tonight, with the San Francisco Giants vs. New York Mets beginning at 7:10 over on the MLB Network



Also, talk about the life and career of Dusty Rhodes, who passed away today at the age of 69. Just a sad day in wrestling today.

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  1. Hehe. You said 69.

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  2. Sad stuff. I know it wasn't his best work but I enjoyed Dusty in the WWF when I was a kid.

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  3. I said this else where but i think it's worth saying again. These guys should get their memorial before they die. A guy like Dusty or even Warrior should have been able to see the out pour of love from the fans and how much impact they made on us all

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  4. Ric Flair has had like 18 memorials already.

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  5. Well, I wont be able to review the shoot as I am still stuck at work and will be all night.

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  6. I think it WAS his best work, given the material he had to work with.

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  7. And he survived wearing polka dots.

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  8. Charlton CrestonJune 11, 2015 at 5:19 PM

    Yeah I can't lie, I was never an NWA fan and didn't much care for the polka dot character ever as a kid.


    Like, I get that this is terrible for the people that loved him and that he's a huge legend and all that and I feel bad for his kids, but for me personally this doesn't even nearly approach how I felt after Eddie.

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  9. Also, doesn't the HoF induction count for said memorial?

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  10. For the shoot interview I review next week, I can either put up a poll or do the RoH Dusty Rhodes shoot. Which do you guys prefer?

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  11. Christ... can Goldust and Stardust have their WM match yet?

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  12. Dusty. Scott would appreciate the extra Adsense revenue.

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  13. Charlton CrestonJune 11, 2015 at 5:21 PM

    Not after that disaster they had at the Feb ppv.

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  14. They had a match. It sucked.

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  15. Some motherfuckers better get ready to fly for bionic elbows from the Rhodes kids.

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  16. Hard times, is when you pro bono writer does not bring his shoot interview collection in his car to work with him in the morning and gets stuck working all night long, thus unable to capitalize on a tragic situation.

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  17. They can fight over the services of Baby Doll.

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  18. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:22 PM

    I was too young for Dusty/WWF guy so I'm not as personally hit as I was for Macho or Eddie. Definitely is awful but I didn't have that connection built in over yeeeears like some WWF/E guys I grew up watching.

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  19. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:23 PM

    He got a DVD retrospective and a HOF induction. Both are pretty great memorials.

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  20. Charlton CrestonJune 11, 2015 at 5:23 PM

    Yeah exactly, like I totally see why it's a big deal, it's just not a big deal to me personally. 69 is a pretty ripe old age in wrestling.

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  21. not saying Dusty didn't know he was appropriated I've just been some what blown away by the amount of attention today across all sports and news media and the internet. I guess I misspoke with Warrior because he pretty much did get a weekend long memorial..that strangely ended with his death.

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  22. That Jim Ross can call a hell of a match: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xz7btc_01-92-05-17-wargames-wrestlewar_sport

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  23. Besides the obvious ones (flair, rock, Brock, hogan, Vince, Austin), any other wrestlers who would get mainstream news coverage if they died today?

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  24. Hard Times is when ya lay off your Southern States Wrestling and NJPW writers that provide fresh content on off hours.

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  25. Yeah it's all definitely relative. Eddy didn't hit me as I wasn't watching during his big run, whereas I grew up with Dusty. Harley will probably hit harder.

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  26. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:24 PM

    I think the way it happened had something to do with it. A fall. He fell for a living and yet one fall and suddenly that's it.

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  27. Warrior had the greatest last 3 days in a wrestlers life.

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  28. Charlton CrestonJune 11, 2015 at 5:25 PM

    Hogan's going to be the big one, and I didn't even give a fuck about him growing up.


    But that one's going to suck.

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  29. Ameeeeeeeericaaaaaan....

    ....Dreeeeeeeaaaaaaam.

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  30. I get the feeling that had more to do with storytelling. They were probably told to save the big spots for WM. Unfortunately, they save way too much for WM and the match sucked.

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  31. Yea I admitted to that lower in this post. replace him with Savage would be better

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  32. Yeah he and Ric will also sting. As the blog's resident Ole Anderson fan I'll be fighting through the hate to post nice things when he passes.

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  33. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:26 PM

    I don't want to deal in absolutes but I doubt there will be a single wrestling fan on this planet who isn't taken aback when Hogan goes. Love him or hate him Hogan is an unstoppable force that everyone passed through at one time or another.

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  34. And Savage didn't want anything to do with the fans before he passed.

    On the whole, wrestlers get a HELL of a lot more recognition than they did before the fall of kayfabe.

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  35. Savage wanted nothing to do with the fans before his death.

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  36. HHH, Undertaker, Big Show, John Cena, Randy orton, CM Punk, Daniel bryan, Gold Berg, Darren Young

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  37. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:27 PM

    As someone who is 30 years removed from Ole and only hearing hate for him for a long time, I find myself enjoying his promos I've seen and his tagging with Arn. I haven't seen much but I've been impressed by what I have seen.

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  38. good lord all I'm saying is it would have been nice for Dusty to seeing all of this love before he died.

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  39. Really feel for Dustin. If anyone knew his dad's life it was him.

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  40. Hard Times, is looking your wife in the eye and saying, "Baby, I ain't reaching 2,000 page views tonight."

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  41. Oh boy, that match was a pile of shit

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  42. My money is on Nickla in the three-way dance.

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  43. The standing ovation as the top inductee into the Hall of Fame doesn't count for that?

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  44. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:29 PM

    Twitter and Social media makes it a ton easier to show your adulation for legends.

    I can go on Twitter right now and tell Shawn Michaels or Jake Roberts how much I've enjoyed their work in their careers and how much they mean to me.

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  45. It's still on them to give something that would make fans want to see a rematch.

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  46. fine you win...im glad Dusty didn't get to see something like today because he had a HOF induction and that is all he deserved

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  47. Jimmy Hart as well, being a guy with a #1 song.

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  48. Rest In Peace Dusty..

    In true Dusty fashion, I hope that God reverses his decision and brings him back to life.

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  49. #cowbell# #cowbell# #cowbell# #cowbell# #cowbell# #cowbell# #cowbell#

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  50. I'm glad I got to see Dusty in person back in 2013. Granted it was in the middle of the whole Big Show/Big Steph feud, but damn that guy could cut a promo, even in his 60's.

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  51. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:31 PM

    It's pretty wild. Of course they have to deal with people shit talking them too but they can sift through those and find appreciation posts and thank yous and all that. It's great for that aspect.

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  52. gonna watch 'Merican Dream vs Macho King from Oct90 tonite!!

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  53. Yeah that would be the biggest one I missed

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  54. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:32 PM

    Morbid as it sounds, depending on the cause of death even a lower tier guy will get mainstream attention.

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  55. The important thing is that I win.

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  56. When the Road Warriors spiked him in the eye, 12 year old me thought that was real. RIP.

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  57. yea I told Dustin and cody my condolences and how great I thought there dad was today. Pre-this stuff I certainly wouldn't have sat down and wrote them a letter.

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  58. I was listening to a podcast the other day, can't remember which, and the guest said how good their matches had been on the house show circuit. Shame for them a clunker was on PPV.

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  59. I normally don't get into any fighting on this board but honestly what drew you into feeling the need to combat my every comment when my point was it's been a crazy amount of attention and love he has drawn today...wise he could have seen it?

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  60. Pretty sure these complements roll off like water off a ducks back.

    To paraphrase Ole Anderson, the first time you get complimented it feels awesome. The hundredth time is okay. By the thousandth time around, it doesn't mean anything.

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  61. Just watched Sting's Squadron beat the Dangerous Alliance in Wargames. No trip to Larrlyland for Paul E.

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  62. TMZ will cover anyone.

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  63. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 5:37 PM

    What a weird fucking day. About half an hour after I heard about Dusty dying, I walk in to work and see that frigging Chyna is sitting in the middle of the news room being interviewed for something. She's still a pretty imposing figure.

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  64. What's the best Dusty singles match? Flair? Blanchard?


    I'm going with the Barry Windham cage match.

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  65. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:38 PM

    Did you say anything?

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  66. Would that "something" be "porn"?

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  67. Daniel Bryan dying tonight would be gynormous.

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  68. Apparently Michael Cole learned a lot from Dusty Rhodes over the last few years. What it is, I have no idea.

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  69. 5 minutes alone in the double cage with Arn in the Omni.

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  70. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:39 PM

    Cole secretly has a hell of an elbow but never gets to use it.

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  71. Fun fact, next week will be the 100th shoot interview recap that I have done for the blog. I have a little contest planned for that.

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  72. Charlton CrestonJune 11, 2015 at 5:39 PM

    You should have asked her about Christopher Lee

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  73. Has anyone ever pointed out how Nine Inch Nails' "March of the Pigs" borrows from Koko B. Ware's "Do the Bird"? https://open.spotify.com/track/0CkALfEBt0q9yYPkQFHm19

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  74. Dusty vs Stan Hansen from Japan?

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  75. Thaddeus MountainJune 11, 2015 at 5:40 PM

    I was 8, and I was FUCKING TERRIFIED of the Road Warriors after that.

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  76. That's cool, where do you work? Is it safe to assume you did a DX crotch chop

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  77. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 5:40 PM

    I didn't get a chance. By the time I realized it was her, she was being led around the news room on a tour.


    Once she got up from the table and disappeared from sight, the editor-in-chief started asking people who she was, prompting one of the other top editors to say, rather loudly, "she's a porn star who used to be a wrestler!" The EIC kept talking about how he had his picture taken with a porn star, to the point where someone had to tell him to shut up, because Chyna was still in the office somewhere.

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  78. I wish you good luck in your search for nice things.

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  79. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 5:41 PM

    She was already pretty broken up about Ornette Coleman.

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  80. Maria Menounos is gonna be quoting all of this someday.

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  81. Thaddeus MountainJune 11, 2015 at 5:42 PM

    Flair and Hogan will knock my dick in the dirt when they die.

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  82. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:42 PM

    Jeez that's great. You'd think if anyone was marking out it would have been you haha. That EIC needs to act like a professional.

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  83. Ha, I'll be sticking with great promos, classic matches and his Georgia run.

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  84. Ric Flair sells for Dusty Rhodes impersonator.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=B6jzClVT-6M

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  85. I hate saying it, but fans would probably even boo his 10 bell salute. Wrestling fans can be fucked up.

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  86. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 5:45 PM

    I'm still the new guy around here, so I thought it best to keep my fanboyish nature under wraps.


    After she had left, the Sunday editor looked over at me and asked what her wrestling name was and added, "She used to be more attractive, didn't she?"


    Pretty much everyone else here was talking about Dusty.

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  87. Random Dusty Memory: I saw a show by a company run by Dusty. Probably 15 years ago. Tiny crowd, maybe 150. Turnbuckle Championship Wrestling, I believe. Dusty had a match earlier in the show, which he won. The main event was a Bunkhouse Stampede match (of course) and Dusty is in it. Dusty gets into it with the guy his match was with earlier in the night and chases him out of the ring by climbing over the top rope, thus eliminating himself. So I guess he would rather book himself to look like an idiot than a loser. Also, he bladed.

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  88. Touching how both father and son got fired from WCW for selling TOO well.

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  89. Thaddeus MountainJune 11, 2015 at 5:47 PM

    I cried when I heard about Eddie. When Savage died, my cousin told me while I was driving to get an oil change. I had to pull over because I fucking lost it.

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  90. Imagine if she's never seen again, she can become the newsroom boogie-woman, "Be careful, she's still heeeeere somewhere"

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  91. Charlton CrestonJune 11, 2015 at 5:47 PM

    Hopefully Cleveland wins tonight to brighten everyone's spirits

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  92. I bet Piper would.

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  93. Jobber's misery does tend to brighten up the board.

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  94. The facts don't bear that out. They were most respectful for Savage and Warrior.

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  95. Life sucks! Deal with it!

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  96. Man, I did too.

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  97. Leave the guy alone, he got a haircut that left him looking like a normal human being.

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  98. It's weird how pro wrestling will get mainstream media sports coverage when someone dies, but hardly any other time. And I get how The Rock has woven himself into the mainstream sports pages because he was a college athlete, but legit sports sites are covering Dusty's death, and some of them covered Perro Aguayo's death.

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  99. ESPN has been fairly WWE-friendly in recent years.

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  100. I'm surprised no one has mentioned sting or angle or Jericho.

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  101. sports illustrated did a piece around WM time about how wrestling has snuck into the mainstream. It gets way more coverage than you think.

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  102. I still can't believe TNA is running Angle/EC3 on the 7/1 episode of Impact instead of at Slammiversary a week before.

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  103. I've seen WWE pop up on ESPN when a sports team does the "Yes" chant.

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  104. There are weekly articles on Grantland, AV Club and Rolling Stone about wrestling.

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  105. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:50 PM

    You are leaving out the fact that he has to park his 4th car on the street like a palooka!

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  106. Irony of Irony, the actual product's circling the drain but enough people grew up on the boom period that the business gets the "respect" they always wanted

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  107. It's still weird to me, though. So are mainstream media outlets accepting pro wrestling as a sport, or not?

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  108. People would be mildly surprised if Angle OD'd?

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  109. "that has to be hard" - that's what she said!

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  110. Sport, I don't know. I'd say it's seen as a legit form of entertainment now only because of the strong buying power of the audience. It's kind of hard to ignore their footprint

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  111. If someone dies in the ring or kills his family, then it's a legit sport

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  112. The underlying assumption that he hasn't seen this love on a daily basis for decades.

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  113. What's the card for Slammiversary?

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  114. I think other media outlets slowly figured out that all the stuff that goes on behind the scenes is some of the better stuff you can write about.


    Plus, there's a VERY dedicated fan base.

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  115. What about the last 13 years makes you not believe they'd do something like that?

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  116. Sure, which is why entertainment media outlets would cover it, but legit sports outlets?

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  117. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 5:54 PM

    Because of the taping schedule?

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  118. Slowly but surely, Vince got his wish and they actually became an entertainment company.

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  119. William H. Macy just stands out as odd in a Jurassic Park movie.

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  120. Yeah, it used to be taboo but nowadays they cover it more than I'd expect. The nash incident with his son, scott hall's issues both made TMZ at least. They tend to get a lot of coverage these days and it's not in the snarky looking-down-on-it tone it used to be

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  121. Well he has a lot of great promos and matches but it will be a lot harder to find people saying nice things about him than Dusty.

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  122. Nope. Slammiversary is 6/28. The tapings are 6/25-6/27.

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  123. I dont know in Batista's case, especially if he died 1 week before last year's WM, and the 10 bell salute was on the last Raw before WM. I've never seen a wrestler as hated as he was last year

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  124. Non-stop is an unbelievably shitty movie.

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  125. Does it really matter at this point?

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  126. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 5:57 PM

    So, "Because TNA," then?

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  127. Sheamus & Kane & Kofi Kingston

    I'm all for shaking things up but is there a backstory for this? I've been out of the WWE loop the past week or so. Anything interesting happen this past week on Raw?

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  128. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 5:57 PM

    Tyson Kidd might be out for a year and might need the surgery Austin and Edge had for spinal injuries. That's pretty scary.

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  129. The guy was having the best year of his career, too. The report says it was a freak injury so hopefully Joe doesn't get heat or feel as bad.

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  130. just when things looked to be going in a positive direction

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  131. So what can WWE work into Smackdown for a Dusty tribute?

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  132. Nattie is going to take it off at some point. Her salary isn't going to feed them both and the cats.

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  133. It's enough of both to be covered by both.

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  134. The show is 30% recaps and filler anyway. Don't know how hard it would be to edit a tribute in though.

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  135. I don't get why people call the Muscle Buster a "safe" move. That move is fucky scary.

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  136. I'm just thankful for my polka dots.

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  137. The hard part is creating it before airtime.

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  138. jacques rougeau

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  139. it's, dare I say, respectable now. That's just weird to type

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  140. WWE. Time to move Dusty from Then to Forever.

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  141. FROM OUTTA NOWHERE!

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  142. It's too late to add anything once they've already sent the tape out. We learned that back in '05 when they couldn't remove the Muhammad Hassan terrorist stuff that just so happened to air on the day of the London Bombings.

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  143. Remember the SNL episode where Tom Brokaw was recording obits for Gerald Ford? That stuff legit happens. I think WWE has that kind of thing ready to go at a moments notice.

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  144. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 6:01 PM

    More than likely an opening title card shouldn't be that tough to toss out in a few hours.

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  145. They seriously didn't put at least a quick statement before the show opened?

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  146. Even odds they forgot it airs Thursday nights?

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  147. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 6:04 PM

    It's possible the show was already sent to the Network and they couldn't change it?

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  148. I'm sad about dusty. I hate experiencing childhood heroes pass away. I waa startled seeing how much weight he lost on the WM pee show, but all indications were he waa getting healthier. Sad, so sad.

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  149. It's a shame broadband was created 15 years ago.

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  150. Apparently tougher than you think.

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  151. Not even an "In Memory Of" graphic at the beginning? WTF WWE?

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  152. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 6:05 PM

    Country singer Randy Howard killed in a Tennessee gunfight? I think he probably wins most fucked up death, no?

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  153. WM pee show? That's actually pretty good.

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  154. Tuned into Smackdown for the first time in years. Saw no opening graphic for Dusty.

    Well, Law and Order: SVU reruns it is.

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  155. Apparently tougher than you think!

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  156. Those shows get sent to SyFy on Wednesday.

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  157. IT'S THE ASCENSION!


    Oh wait it's Seth Rollins.

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  158. Lol I fixed it. Autocorrect never fixes the stuff that needs it!

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  159. Just Googled him and...WHOOOOOOOO! OUTLAW COUNTRY!

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  160. lol fake belt

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  161. "It still feels like it's Tuesday to me, today." Oh, Dean.

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  162. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 6:09 PM

    I had no idea who he was, just saw the headline.

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  163. Extant1979 - Extreme SuperstarJune 11, 2015 at 6:09 PM

    Wink, wink, nudge nudge.

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  164. Being put into a match with Dolph Ziggler really isn't a punishment.

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  165. Meh. Is it sad that I'm not interested in Dolph v. Seth anymore?

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  166. Yeah guys, most networks have a certain way of doing things. You send a final copy of a show out, that's what gets aired. It's out of WWE's hands.

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  167. I've noticed I'm becoming my parents with their rule about no phone at dinner. With work email and texts and such it's great to not look at the fucking thing

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  168. Yeah, it's only Dusty. It's not like Vince or Hogan died.

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  169. What's the point of having dinner together if you are going to stare at the phone? Makes more sense to eat alone and just text your parents.

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  170. People are becoming more and more obsessed with their phones. Terminator was right.

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  171. I live by myself but it's just nice to sit at complete peace while my phone is upstairs.

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  172. It's depressing and I'm one of them. Have my nose buried in the thing all fucking day.

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  173. I'll be apart from my phone for hours on the weekend at it's really wonderful.

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  174. I went to a SuperBowl party the year the Ravens and 49ers played. Everyone was tweeting and stuff the whole time. I'm like why couldn't ya'll just let me stay home?

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  175. Thaddeus MountainJune 11, 2015 at 6:18 PM

    I'm betting that the copy of the show, including graphics and videos, was sent to the network before the news about Dusty broke.

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  176. Yeah it's a breath of fresh air for sure

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  177. I still don't know who he is, but seeing those two words in the first line of every article that popped up triggered an Archer flashback.

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  178. I saw something on the local news the other night that was disturbing. They had a local doctor on and he was showing the anchors and the viewers neck stretches for "text neck". They also said that there is a medical condition now that people develop when they don't have their phones. It's a form of withdrawal.

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  179. Basically when your married it's just a wife pager anyway.

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  180. Your typo version was actually quite witty.

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  181. sometimes I don't pay my phone bill and I only pay when I really need the phone back on.

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  182. Every place nowadays has at least 90% of people under 45 on their phones. Restaurants, sports games, bars, etc. I don't understand how that can be fun.

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  183. What did you expect? It's not a live show.

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  184. ThebrazilianpsychoJune 11, 2015 at 6:20 PM

    Well, my phone is a old school Nokia, so no phone problems.

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  185. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 6:21 PM

    For sure if I'm at an event or something like that my phone stays securely in the pocket.

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  186. It's not especially when you insist people show up to your function that you are not going to engage in. It's basically our live threads except we do it right.

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  187. Wrestlezone:

    Lesnar is being advertised for the June 22nd edition of RAW, but according to the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, while not yet added to the advertisements, the duo will in fact be on RAW next week in Cleveland following this weekend’s Money in the Bank PPV.

    Me after reading this: http://www.readbreatherelax.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/GIF-angry-friends-furious-grr-joey-mad-Matt-LeBlanc-GIF.gif

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  188. Macklin, Man Without FearJune 11, 2015 at 6:22 PM

    They cancelled Tough Enough tapings at Full Sail and everyone has been tweeting condolences all day and they'll surely have something prepared for Raw.

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