You think heel McMahon is cool? How about heel Rock N Roll Express in a bloodbath against PG-13 with Mark Curtis beating the shit out of everyone? HOW ABOUT THAT?
You want more? How about HEEL Midnight Rockers against the Rock N Roll Express for the AWA World tag titles?
Top that, Princess!
Whoever that Mrs was that fought against the chick who had cancer on TNA last night has a DEADLY ass and I'd love to do her in it.ReplyDelete
Why did the Rock N' Roll Express never signed with the WWE back in the day? Vince signed every NWA guy from Dusty Rhodes, Ric Flair, Barry Windham and Arn Anderson.ReplyDelete
Can't all this illegal YouTube posting affect your ad revenue?ReplyDelete
What exactly is illegal about it?ReplyDelete
They were little ugly hillbillies?ReplyDelete
I bet the rockers could snort so much blow and easily drink 25 or 30 beer in a night.ReplyDelete
Adsense are notoriously difficult about this kind of thing (moreso than Youtube themselves are). Essentially because you profit from content on the blog, the content shouldn't contain copyrighted material without the appropriate permissions. It's fine if the video was uploaded by the copyright owner though.ReplyDelete
Pretty sure that was 3/4 of Shawn's diet and the only thing Marty consumed judging by those promos.ReplyDelete
Who owns the copyright? That's why WWE hasn't bought the Memphis tapes from Lawler, Jerry Jarrett, or whoever. No one's sure who owns what. It would take a copyright owner claiming infringement, and no one's going to do that.ReplyDelete
I still haven't figured out what I have to do to embed video, or what I did wrong the first time I tried it. But when I do, it will be indie wrestling footage a go go.ReplyDelete
Oh yeah?? Well how about HEEL Hulk Hogan versus Jerry Lawler! Lawler on a HORSE! The Big Legdrop as a TRANSITION MOVE!ReplyDelete
By that logic, you shouldn't be able to post a link to anything without the author's permission.ReplyDelete
Do you also turn off your cell phone in public places, in case you should come across someone with a pacemaker?
Heel R&R was awesome! Like you said in a rant about this Scott, they could've taken their heel act to a pre-nWo WCW or pre-Attitude WWF and stayed relevant for a few more years. That was great stuff.ReplyDelete
Considering Adsense have been refusing payouts for a whole load of blogs recently, I gave Scott some advice. It's a well known rule of Adsense powered blogs that it's better to not post copyright videos unless they've been uploaded by the copyright holder. It's just generally not worth the headache if they decide to be anal about it. No need to be a sarcastic asshole.ReplyDelete
The WWF did sign the RNR Express! Looky here:ReplyDelete
Scott's in Canada. Adsense is in America. International copyright law as it stands is barely more than a handshake agreement at best and nonexistent at worst. He's gonna be ok.ReplyDelete
Its not a law issue. Its an adsense terms and conditions issueReplyDelete
Ricky Morton's heel promo after Mark Curtis almost murdered Randy Hales legit was a thing of beauty too. I wonder if Mark Curtis' use of the spur was inspired by his short stay in ECW?ReplyDelete
As for copyright: I know WWE can use some of the Memphis footage since they have shown footage of Lawler and Andy Kaufman in the Best Wrestlers of the 1980s, and some splinter footage of Lawler/Idol VS. The Road Warriors where Hawk no-sold Lawler's piledriver in the LOD DVD set. I'm guessing this falls under the "personal collection" ownership clause.
For the 831st time...ReplyDelete
-There isn't a Memphis "tape library" to buy - Jarrett & Lawler kept very little, and the biggest collection of Memphis-area TV footage is in the personal collection of Jim Cornette.
-Everything from before March 1989 is in the public domain, thanks to a loophole in copyright law.