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WWE Pre-Show Match Removed

The Intercontinental Title Match between Big E Langston and Curtis Axel that was to take place on the Preshow was cancelled due to an injury suffered by Axel.

http://www.f4wonline.com/more/more-top-stories/96-wwe/33724-injury-knocks-title-match-off-wwe-hell-in-a-cell-ppv

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  1. I'm kinda glad, tbh.

    Think that if theyre giving Big E the belt, it should be done more prominently than on the pre-show.

    Oh, and RIP Lou Reed. Legend.

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  2. This will actually prevent a lot of injuries to people who, under ill advisement, might have watched a Curtis Axel match while operating heavy machinery.

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  3. Creepily seriously, you're there to have fun with friends. If you wanted to watch the game you're much better off staying at home where you can, you know, actually see the game. It's a pointless discussion really because the majority will always go to have fun and be social and the minority of people that think football has some sort of value will always sit there and be silently angry at them for doing so. I prefer the side that doesn't treat sports like it's actually matters, because it doesn't, not even a little bit.

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  4. I hate when people go who are deadly serious about the game.
    It's about having fun around the backdrop of a sporting event. It's not exclusively about the sporting event itself.
    Having said that, it is annoying when you're stuck beside two guys joylessly talking about work.

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  5. Invite his son Cody to the WWE Development Center, and use that as an excuse to pick Scott's brain from time to time. Then move gradually from there.

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  6. Its strange to me theyd have Big E, in the midst of a face turn and push, wrestle on the preshow.

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  7. Fits with everything else wwe does wrong

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  8. It's not that serious except for the money spent. You can't even walk into Gillette Stadium for less than $100. That's not even counting food, drinks, parking, gas, souvenirs. For people with not much cash, there can be a sense of "getting your money's worth" out of the experience

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  9. He should have to forfeit the title

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  10. Also disappear forever, he should have to disappear forever

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  11. Or they should just make him be good like his dad was. Why haven't they told him to do that yet?

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  12. Exactly.


    "Curtis we have decided... you should try to NOT suck... we think it will get you over"


    Kind of like Mitt Romney's logic on the poor "They should try NOT being poor!"

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  13. I would love to see Big E as a tag team guy. Someone like Kofi or Dolph as the Morton guy, with Big E as hot-tag guy.

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  14. Thank you. That stuff pisses me off.

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  15. You're there to see your team win. I have fun at every game I go to but getting your ass kicked sucks. A lot.

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  16. He'd make it, just be repackaged as Spiff Worthington, All Around Guy's Guy

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  17. As long as we're dreaming, how about him going to Ring of Honor and running the book there?

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  18. Finally got around to listening to the rest of this one. Does anyone else think Hall has Jericho and Waltman confused at this point? He's used Jericho numerous times in interviews sober and drunk as "Someone he went to bat for and got heat for putting over"....Yeah, Jericho got the roll up but was immediately destroyed and nothing else really came from it. Now, if you want to argue Hall got bitched out over putting him over and never had a chance to finish the "job" that's one thing. But just weird he keeps hanging his hat on that with Jericho.

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  19. That's what happens when you breathe the same air as Ryback.

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  20. It was good enough for the pre-show of Wrestlemania...

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  21. especially considering that Hall's the guy of the original nwo guys who comes off the worst in Jericho's books.

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  22. Honest question for the BoD:


    Even if Scott Hall got squeaky-clean and decided to do one last comeback tour in WWE.... would enough of the fanbase even know him or why it's a big deal that he's back? Seeing one last Razor Ramon tour would be sweet, if Scott could manage it and if he could handle the road life associated with it.

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  23. If Goldberg still gets chants, Hall would be fine. I hope he never gets more than the type of run Dusty just had though, Hall's body's shot. The more they'd ask of him, the more likely he'd melt

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  24. How many other top guys went out of their way to job to a barely-midcarder they weren't buddies with?

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  25. An injury right before his first title defense in 3 months?? What a heel!!!

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  26. Gotta give credit to my friend Chris who had (IMO) a fantastic idea:

    Paul Heyman should be the new IC champion. It'd be pretty easy to do: Heyman claims that his influence was what led Axel to becoming champion, and, combined with the fact that Heyman HAS pinned Punk and is now the self-proclaimed true "Best in the World", he [Heyman] certainly deserves to be recognized as a champion.


    For the next month or so, Heyman could easily bail on matches and get himself get disqualified/counted-out in order to retain his title, plus he'd have Ryback (and maybe someone else) as back-up. After about a month or so, though, somebody could finally beat Heyman for the title, maybe with Punk running out to nullify Ryback's interference. This could then lead to the new champion getting a nice little rub by working with Punk and Heyman. Someone like Kofi would be fantastic for the role.



    Yes, I know that some people would consider this "disrespecting the lineage of the title" or whatever, but considering how little the IC title means, and how the point of the angle WOULD be to eventually put it on a worthy competitor and give them the rub, I don't really see the harm.

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  27. Romney to poor people: "Just borrow money from your parents"

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  28. "disrespecting the lineage of the title"

    Pretty sure we're way past that point:
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2sgew_chyna-wins-intercontinental-title_sport

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  29. Axel lost his awkward grimace.

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  30. That's a good idea actually.

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  31. Semi-related, Sean Waltman did 2 hours with Stone Cold that are incredibly fascinating. He goes into pretty good detail about all the shitting in people's bags/food stories and talks a lot about Hennig and Hall.

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  32. In case anyone needs confirmation that we're getting a run-in in the main event, here's this "breaking news" from WWE.com:

    http://www.wwe.com/shows/hellinacell/2013/big-show-barred-from-american-airlines-arena

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  33. Romney is clearly the downvoter here... he has the time to be on the BoD... BECAUSE HE'S NOT WORKING! :: Rimshot ::

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  34. FUCK. FUCK. FUCK. FUCK

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  35. Big E needs to take this as a conspiracy against the black man and come out and start the new NoD with... uh... other black guys. Their titantron can be an Obamaconned picture of them... call them "HOPE" or "CHANGE" or some shit like that.

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  36. Upvote. Just for the never seen before Romney Axel comparison.

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  37. Yes! I bring quality content!


    (I have recently gotten into online marketing so I am often thinking about online content that can be monetized)

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  38. Dude what are you talking about? He is BANNED from the building!!!

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  39. I'd laugh if we just never saw or heard from the Big Show again. Like, this is the banning that finally prompts him to just say "Fuck it" and move on with his life. Maybe get that cooking show with his wife up and running.

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  40. I'm actually looking forward to that match. I don't why they couldn't have given them a little angle to work with.

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  41. I have to imagine it'd be next to impossible for him to work with with WWE full time and not relapse.

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  42. :: HHH dialing the phone :: "Paul you were supposed to be at RAW, whats up?"

    "Well you said I was fired and banned from the building so I found a new job"

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  43. Not just that, but I bet it involves a big-rig. It just hit me as very random last week.

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  44. Oh FUCK, the truck from Raw. You're right. Ugh, NOW you decide to use foreshadowing, WWE? What next? An actual storyline with a climax and denouement?

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  45. Charismatic e-Negro Jef VinsonOctober 27, 2013 at 5:28 PM

    http://youtu.be/nb8t3Lt8iJw

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  46. Charismatic e-Negro Jef VinsonOctober 27, 2013 at 5:32 PM

    HHH has been trying to kill off that title for YEARS.

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  47. Charismatic e-Negro Jef VinsonOctober 27, 2013 at 5:35 PM

    Or put it on Henry and let him run amok through the mid card for the next 6 months...'cause that's what he DOES!!!

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  48. Charismatic e-Negro Jef VinsonOctober 27, 2013 at 5:36 PM

    Big E.
    Mark Henry
    JTG
    R Truth


    Managed by Teddy Long (who is pissed that he was fired from Smackdown.)

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  49. See this is why we are the future of the BoD

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  50. Cody's WWE name would probably be something like Shave Sherman.

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  51. Charismatic e-Negro Jef VinsonOctober 27, 2013 at 6:04 PM

    Vince would probably have Sheamus be in the group claiming he's an albino.

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  52. Hey, now. Chyna was OVER.

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  53. He doesn't have them confused...there's a video with him and Zybysko where they are commentating on an old match between him and Jericho. Hall is explains how what he was doing in the match was to help Jericho get over and how the office in WCW gave him trouble after the fact for it.

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  54. The Hall interviews themselves are pretty kick ass as well on Austin's podcast.

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