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Hey Scott, long time follower, first time sender. I was wondering if you would showcase this currently selling "Welcome to the BoD" T-Shirt based on the poster Abeyance1.
Thanks a lot and keep up the good work.

​Sure, although it kind of loses something without the proper capitalization on the shirt.  ​

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  1. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 8:53 PM

    Where's my shirt? What about me? What about Raven?

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  2. Meh. 1/2* I don't feel like it captures the look or spirit of the Blog of Doom.

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  3. This right here deserves a hot poker up the ass rating scale. Suggestions?

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  4. Huh, well I guess it worked.

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  5. Dock, how is Shelton performing in Japan? He's got crazy athleticism but is he a star there? Can he be? Or is he just a pay check wrestler?

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  6. All proceeds go to Parallax.

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  9. He's doing about as well as he did in the states. Problem is of course he still has no character or ring presence. But that's just MODO.

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  10. Weird that there are zero pre orders.

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  11. That's too bad. He has all the physical tools but he just coasts. Maybe he doesn't have the desire to put in that extra work to be a top guy.

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  12. I can't imagine anyone here would want this.

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  13. LOL at you pretending it wasn't you

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  14. He has athleticism and a good look, but not a star their at all. He's basically the Frankie Kazarian of his tag team with Suzuki.

    He's still the same guy that frustrates the hell out of ya because he just can't get over the hump. He's having decent RAW matches on the lower card, basically. He's pretty far down on the bottom of the depth chart, but he is 4-0 and leading the whole tournament so far, which means NOTHING really, and pretty much indicates he's gonna lose 5 in a row.

    Other Americans so far: Styles, looking like the BITW, show after show. Anderson, steady as hell and a guy you can stick in the main event picture anytime you want. Lance Archer (Hoyt), really showing promise once again as a guy who has something there, and could possibly be a singles star in the future. Davey Boy Smith Jr., it's just not clicking for him, see Shelton. Doc Gallows, worse than that, has a couple tools but seems to be locked in as a lowcarder for life. And finally Bad Luck Fale, who used to train in Davey Richards camp out in St. Louis, worth of the big push he's getting this year, as he makes up for what he lacks in athleticism and smoothness with very good poise and facials and timing.

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  15. I mean, if you would've put a picture of Caliber on it with the phrase "MONEY LEFT ON THE TABLE" beneath it, I might've parted with, like, five or six bucks. But this? You'd probably have to pay me two dollars to wear it, and even then, I'd still only be three or four dollars ahead so I'm not sure if I could agree to any of this. You'd have to offer me a second shirt, for free, so I could piss on a homeless man and force him to give me three dollars of his tin can money to compensate, that way I'd end up where I started -- with ten dollars.

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  17. Best suggestion yet.

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  18. Wow, the things people try to do for a quick buck.

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  19. Well, he can't make a quick buck if he doesn't sell any.

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  20. LOL at the spambots attacking this post twice.

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  21. sixdollarshirts.com would come up with something better.


    Like you know, "Let's play it out and see where it goes" or "LOLCenaWins!"

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  22. I heard "Welcome to the Bod" was what Jesse Ventura used to say to ring rats back in the day.

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  23. You should make a " I'm a Brian Bayless Guy" shirt. It's perfect if you want to make no money

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  24. I want to see better confirmation of the story, but if true, TNA is in a lot of trouble. With the WWE getting less in Network rights fees than they thought and Spike supposedly not wanting to renew one of its higher rated shows, this illustrates how dead cold the wrestling business is right now.

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  25. EVERYTHING IS FINE. There, saved you all the trouble.

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  26. @JRsBBQ: This could well be a blockbuster week in the wrestling business....@WWE financials....@SpikeTV @IMPACTWRESTLING relationship..stay tuned.

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  27. Reminds me of the show Empty Nest when the horn dog got a license plate that he wanted to say C. LOVER but ended up with CLOVER.

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  28. Not believing anything until Dave Scherer reports it.

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  29. I hope you have an Elite membership to hear all about it.

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  30. B-b-but Tommy Dreamer said the Manhattan Center tapings turned the corner!

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  31. Wrestling is ice cold right now

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  32. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:05 PM

    Kramer: Jerry, buddy, I got to tell you something. EVERYTHING IS FINE is played.
    Jerry: Really?
    Kramer: So played!

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  33. it may be higher rated but how much does it cost.
    Example: Bar Rescue might generate the same amount of money per hour of content versus expenses but they rerun that show over and over again. wrestling show can only be shown basically once or twice ever (except for things like the wwe network obviously).

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  34. http://www.tmz.com/2014/07/27/impact-wrestling-cancelled-spike-tv-tna/ …

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  35. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:05 PM

    Cooler than being cool!

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  36. They should have used an 8-sided ring..

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  37. Jack Nicholson warned them...

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  38. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:07 PM

    To quote one of my favorite movies, "They're under the goddamned ground."

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  39. That's pretty much official in my eyes. Goodbye TNA.

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  40. ALL RIGHT ALL RIGHT ALL RIGHT ALL RIGHT

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  41. Hey, gotta keep some time of kayfabe.

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  42. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:07 PM

    NO MORE STINKING PLAYPEN RINGS BROTHER, NOW WE'RE TAKING YOU ALL TO THE TOP

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  43. Funny how TNN/Spike might have delivered the death blow to two wrestling promotions: ECW and now TNA. Any other networks possibly take TNA?

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  44. At least now Mike Tenay will have more time to devote to his first love: sexy funk.

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  45. #Whelp: http://nodq.com/tna/408527096.shtml

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  46. tna needs glacier to make it hot again

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  47. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:08 PM

    Whelp....HERE COMES THE PAIN

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  48. All because they wanted to keep VINCE FUCKING RUSSO on the payroll.

    What is Dixie's infatuation with the guy? She's re-hired him so many times despite what a detriment he is. She deserves all of this for running business so poorly.

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  49. He should make a "That Poor Dog" T-Shirt.

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  50. Why do IDIOTS have to running wrestling companies in this day and age? We have delusional Vince and Kevin Dunn on one side and Dixie Carter on the other.

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  51. And so, after so long waiting, "The Rise and Fall of TNA" is finally being prepared for 2015 release.

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  52. ARRRRGH THE BARBARIANJuly 27, 2014 at 10:10 PM

    Estimated sale price? I say $250-500K.

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  53. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:10 PM

    Maybe he gives great oral

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  54. Or "Everything is Fine!"

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  55. Hey! I found the ass end.

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  56. From JR's twitter: “This could well be a blockbuster week in the wrestling business….@WWE financials….@SpikeTV @IMPACTWRESTLING relationship..stay tuned.”

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  57. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:11 PM

    To quote another of my favorite movies, they ain't leadin' but two things, right now Jack and shit. And Jack left town.

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  58. I bet Papa Carter feels pretty stupid now about the whole "We'll sell the company, but only if Dixie is still running things!" failure.

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  59. I guess Dixie will finally realize that her company is not worth the same as WWE.

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  60. You sure you didn't read that wrong like WCW1987 did?

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  61. What's cooler than cool? ICE COLD.


    Allrightallrightallrightallrightallrightallrightallright!

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  62. IT'S JUST MELTZER BULLSHIT

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  63. Real talk: Cops reruns basically killed the promotion. That's clearly where the money is for Spike.

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  64. For whatever reason, Dixie must've been convinced that Russo knew what he was doing despite his writing doing nothing to grow the product.

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  65. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:13 PM

    THAT WAS MY JOKE! GIMMICK INFRINGEMENT, I CALL GIMMICK INFRINGEMENT

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  66. I think Mark Cuban is a popular fan dream for a promoter nowadays. He certainly has the pockets and enthusiasm for it.

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  67. He is the King of swerves....

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  68. Well, I do watch COPS more than TNA on Spike, so.....

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  69. Beat me to it.

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  70. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:14 PM

    To be fair, Cops is higher quality TV. If they could someone partner it with "Springfield Cops", they'd be set.


    BAD COPS BAD COPS

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  71. They're moving to another network. No biggy.

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  72. Yeah. Running a COPS episode might not get as good ratings, but it costs Spike a fraction of the price to run that and therefore probably makes more money off it.

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  73. What network? CMT?!?!

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  74. Which one though? Who else would even want TNA at this point?

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  75. I hope the WWE doesn't have it's head up it's ass like it did after WCW folded. I know there's a budget issue, but the WWE desperately needs some new blood to liven things up and get people interested again. Hire Bubba Ray, Storm, Roode, Samoa Joe, Aries, Gail Kim, Angle. Put Taz on the announce table. I'm pretty sure most of them would come over for cheap.. anything is better than TNA or the indies.


    Make some dream matches to get some new subscribers and let the stock bounce back..

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  76. So what is valuable in the TNA video library: Sting matches? Kurt Angle matches? Jeff Hardy Matches? Completes cm punk dvd? The sort of Rise and long long long Fall of TNA?

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  77. I'd give him the ball and let him run with it.

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  78. Seriously? Look at the ratings and mostly empty arenas, you think they're going to latch onto a new network soon?

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  79. 2004-06 X Division deserves a DVD of its own. If nothing else, be nice to have a full Angle library.

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  80. FXX is my wager.

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  81. Plus, they could use some guys in NXT, and move the NXT veterans up a roster.

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  82. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:16 PM

    Especially considering Spike took TNA with pipe dreams that it could compete with WWE, and it most certainly could not. Not many networks would be terribly excited to pick up a product as niche as can be.

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  83. Almost every time TNA starts to turn a corner she just mucks it up with Russo. Back in late 2006, TNA just wrapped up a great blowoff show with Bound For Glory, and then what did they do the next day? Hire Russo.

    The next Impact had the reverse battle royal and they became a laughinstock from that point forward. It's funny, because as an angsty teenager I blindly defended them because WWE needed some alternative, even though it was obvious they were awful. Then they started getting really good again in late 2009, again putting up great stuff around Bound For Glory...and then they decided to have a WCW retirement home bash.

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  84. I wonder if there's any value in buying it and running it as a quasi-separate promotion on the Network.

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  85. Was there ever really a "rise" for TNA?

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  86. Aries and Roode I could actually see in upper WWE, both great on the mic and the ring and be nice if they do more with Joe than TNA has lately.

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  87. We need the moment where he head butted Joe.

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  88. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:17 PM

    They've made it pretty clear on two occasions that they see nothing of value in Gail Kim.

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  89. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:18 PM

    Yeah, when it rose above 1.1, brother!

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  90. WWE couldn't pull off a separate WCW or ECW. TNA has far less fans than either of those companies.

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  91. Jeff Hardy and Kurt Angle making triumphant returns to WWE (assuming they pass physicals) is the only silver lining I can see here.

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  92. Russo might have purposely sabotaged TNA purposely with the email he accidentally CC'ed Johnson

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  93. ARRRRGH THE BARBARIANJuly 27, 2014 at 10:18 PM

    How many of those guys are going to work for what they would get from WWE? Really, the one people who would get paid would be Bully Ray, Hardy and Angle. Everyone else would have to pay their dues.

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  94. You mean kinda how they've done with NXT?

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  95. Hasn't HHH been a big Roode supporter? I could see him coming in and potentially bypassing the NXT brainwashing process.

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  96. Nope.. Be much easier to add the roster to NXT..

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  97. To quote Scott on Hogan, "He ruined it all."

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  98. What channel would want TNA? Fox sports is already been there did that. CBS or NBC sports channels? The FX networks would be a no because they have better content now. Turner networks would be a no because they have better content now.

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  99. Possibly, but the Network just needs different streams of content. I think they couldn't make it work/probably wouldn't be profitable, but it'd at least add another silver lining of programming.

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  100. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:20 PM

    No on the sports channels, because those two (esp. NBCSN) want to be serious alternatives to ESPN, and TNA wouldn't aid that in the least (or pro wrestling in general)

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  101. They have 3 months to find a new network. They will be fine. People are wayyyyy over reacting.

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  102. So, how much will my 15 TNA DVDs be worth?

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  103. I don't even know.

    If Spike doesn't want wrestling, who does?

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  104. About as much as TNA, at this point.

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  105. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:20 PM

    Using the GameStop sliding scale, about 89 cents.

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  106. Even with one being autographed by Rhyno himself?

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  107. 15 dollars?

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  108. If he's clean they'll def. take Jeff back, I think. And it won't be good for Bryan, not one bit.

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  109. Well....in that case.......


    79 cents.

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  110. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:21 PM

    Ok, then 98 cents.

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  111. It's funny how they gradually rose from 2005-07 and then basically stayed at 1.1 for the next seven years.

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  112. Reggie LeDoux...all right all right all right!

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  113. Alright, progress.

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  114. Eh, Jeff will probably have some ridiculous demand like them promoting his shit music.

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  115. Well they did in terms of quality. That doesn't mean Spike TV gives a shit.

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  116. Does it come with a piece of that pot he smashed in that hotel during Wrestlemania weekend?

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  117. The time to take Jeff back would have been for a grand revenge tour against CM Punk, but that ship has clearly sailed.


    Kurt Angle coming back as the conquering hero against Rusev, though? That's got money written all over it, assuming Kurt can still go.

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  118. Oh wait, you were being sarcastic. How did I fall for that

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  119. ARRRRGH THE BARBARIANJuly 27, 2014 at 10:23 PM

    I'm sure they could crank a few DVD's out, but the product itself has zero value. This is gonna be a bloodbath.

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  120. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:23 PM

    Unless they're part-time, I could see both of them falling off the drug wagon again in short order.

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  121. So what will spike get to replace TNA: More Jon Taffer? More food shows? More rescue shows? More bellator? More tattoo shows?

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  122. Spike did this to make room for GWF....

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  123. No, just an autographed copy of Hardcore Justice.

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  124. I actually agree with you in principle. They could take the same amount Spike was paying and run TNA exclusively on the Network. I'd even have a few WWE/NXT stars show up occasionally.


    I'm just saying that from Vince's perspective, it's easier to add the roster to NXT and have complete control over their styles and roster.

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  125. Don't care how many moth balls you had to dig through, this reference was worth it.

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  126. Jarrett is not allowed to go there

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  127. Simple, more COPS, lots and lots of COPS.

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  128. Cops reruns, bay-bay!

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  129. Then it's worth less than 89 cents.


    The piece of the pot was crucial.

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  130. 1001 Ways to Die, now with new ways to die!

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  131. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryJuly 27, 2014 at 10:25 PM

    More reality shows: cheap to produce and re-run, equal to higher ratings than TNA. They could pretty much slot anything in there.

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  132. HOT COPS, WE'LL CLEAN UP THE TOWN!

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  133. "no one can defeat Lesnar after 6 months of him being champ; we need someone who has defeated him before; we need an olympic gold medalist" cue kurt angle's music

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  134. Dixie is going to tweet any minute that she left Spike to start the TNA Network!

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  135. Kurt can go, but he also is a ticking time bomb in the ring.

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  136. Eat a pallet of dicks

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  137. "Why are you so sweaty?"
    "I was watching Cops."

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  138. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! NOT PLAN B!!!!!

    - Zack Ryder

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  139. Scott has a better chance of starting the BoD Network

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  140. This is so fitting for TNA.


    Honestly, it goes out with a whimper, unlike WCW, which got an episode of Raw dedicated to it during the go home show of quite possibly the best Wrestlemania ever.

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  141. Is TNA going to be one of those things that died?

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  142. A company with so much buzz, you got it's initials wrong

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  143. Id order it...

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  144. Heck, renew 1000. They still have 800 more deaths to go through.

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  145. We can talk about guys that WWE could potentially pick up, but we definitely know who they WON'T be bothering with.


    RIP Ken Anderson's career

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  146. Can't they just try to find another network, though?

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  147. No, this is a biggy.

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  148. And good riddance

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  149. They can try, but the consensus is that no one will probably take them.

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  150. Eh, it's not like he was a major loss to begin with.

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  151. I think we're overlooking the real victims here. The menagerie are going to have all their carnival equipment repossesed.

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  152. Every episode of TNA was considered a Go Home Episode....

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  153. 2002 called. They want WCW back.

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  154. Is everything still fine?

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  155. Like what? Esquire? FXX? They have ALL THE SIMPSONS!

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  156. Oh crap, they can't get the money anymore.

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  157. Thank goodness they have all that money from the BaseBrawl show ticket sales to keep them afloat!


    Uh... nevermind.

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  158. CMT is a good spot and I can even see Directv taking them...

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  159. And even if they find one, it will be (presumably) smaller then Spike.

    Most shows that move networks after a cancellation don't have much left in the tank. you can only cheat death for so long

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  160. TNA's death follows what I always like to tell my students: The ultimate lesson of history is that people never learn from history.

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  161. Didn't Spike fund a lot of their stuff though? It isn't like they are a self sufficient company that just needs a time slot.

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  162. :smiles:
    Yes!
    :turns around sobbing:

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  163. Dear Dixie: Congratulations princess! Next time just admit you have no fucking idea what you're doing right out the gate and save us all the trouble.


    Dear Joe: TAKE THE GIMMICK. I DON'T CARE WHAT IT IS JUST TAKE IT.

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  164. topic is trending on twitter

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  165. AJ Styles is sitting over at IWGP as their champ laughing his ass off.

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  166. Dixie is on the phone with the BET folks as we type...

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  167. First time TNA has ever trended on Twitter.

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  168. Hey, that's a first.

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  169. Tommy dreamer and upstart promotion = failure. This is sad actually.

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  170. Part of the deal with him leaving TNA was that he not go to Spike.

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  171. Not trending on mine.

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  172. impact will occasionally trend so this is is not a first

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  173. Thats what brought me here actually.

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  174. Deadliest Warrior! Nothing like inaccurate brawls throughout history!

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  175. WCW1987 must be having a meltdown right now.

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  176. Man, he could have so much fun with this if he wanted at his next ROH match in August

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  177. AJ: laughs:
    " Phenomenal..."

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  178. What if they came to him....

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  179. I do freelance work for BET from time to time.. if they think those paychecks are late now...

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  180. In all seriousness, there is a very, very real possibility that a lot of talented people are going to lose their jobs. That's a bummer.

    The fact that Russo is again out of a job with a wrestling company is not a bummer at all.

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  181. History major here

    Fuck that show

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  182. TNA's only hope is that Shane McMahon swoops in with some investors, cleans house, and revolutionizes the business. Which means...well, they are done for.

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  183. I know they put the belt on Lashley for a reason...

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  184. Next week on Impact: The TEAM CHALLENGE SERIES!

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  185. Samoa Joe, Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards, Austin Aries and Chris Sabin back in Ring of Honor?

    Watch out for that company.

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  186. No he's not!

    EVERYTHING IS FINE! He's already told us getting cancelled is "no biggie"

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  187. Dave on the LAW radio show tonight said that negotiations were going fine until the Russo deal broke, at which point it was all over. So in fact, Vince Russo killed TNA.

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  188. With the way WWE is run right now, I can hilariously see them hiring him back and putting him on creative.

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  189. One of the guys I feel saddest for is James Storm. He had a world title program literally written down letter-by-letter for this company and they decided to fuck up the surest thing possible and his career never recovered. Now he has nothing to show for anything. What a damn shame.

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