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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Last night the WWE had a pay per view called TLC(Tables, Ladders, & Chairs). All in all it wasn't a bad show. Lots and lots of bumps. But in the end, the WWE decided it would be a good idea to put the WWE Heavyweight Championship on a guy who debuted 2 months ago. It seems as though they no longer believe in earning your stripes.
    I don't get this NJ. No one really knows who this guy is or what he's done to get where he is. All I know is that I don't think it's all that bad that they put a little variety in the title picture. The champion is always either Cena, Triple H, or Randy Orton. Heaven for bid they actually do something different right? The break Shamus got isn't much different from what they did with Cena, his first match ever he beat Kurt Angle then shot to the top from there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy View Post
    Uh...you kids do realize pro wrestling is is more fake than silicone stuffed boobs don't you?

    Grow up.
    Why is it that every conversation that involves Wrestling has to have some simpleton who posts this. You know what else is fake? Every TV show and movie you watch. Did you like Lord of the Rings? Because guess what, that didn't happen either. Neither did Die Hard, or any of the TV shows you watch. It's entertainment, so stop being an antagonist and either contribute something to the conversation or shut the hell up.

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    for the sake of the business I hope TNA gains some steam and success... could you imagine another possible Monday Night War? It would be awesome.

    God I miss WCW from mid 90s to about early 99... **** I miss the cruiserweight division =(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tailback King View Post
    Even so, he could STILL beat the **** out of everyone anybody mentioned on this thread. He was the original "BAD GUY", who brought that gangsta **** to wrestling. No other heels in the history of wrestling could pull it off like he did.
    Scott Hall couldn't carry Steve Austin's jock. Razor Ramone couldn't even beat Goldust and he even lost to Sean "1-2-3 Kid" Waltman....kind of a dumb argument isn't it? Rey Mysterio jr. beat Paul "Big Show or The Giant" Wight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Scott Hall couldn't carry Steve Austin's jock. Razor Ramone couldn't even beat Goldust and he even lost to Sean "1-2-3 Kid" Waltman....kind of a dumb argument isn't it? Rey Mysterio jr. beat Paul "Big Show or The Giant" Wight.
    Oh yeah, 1,2,3 kid is supposed to be X-PAC I remember, and goldust used to scare me as a kid hahaha my favorite wrestler when I used to watch was The Rock, or Dwayne Johnson as he was called in the nation of domination with Farooq and them. "do you smellalalalalalalallow what the rock....is cookin'?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Scott Hall couldn't carry Steve Austin's jock. Razor Ramone couldn't even beat Goldust and he even lost to Sean "1-2-3 Kid" Waltman....kind of a dumb argument isn't it? Rey Mysterio jr. beat Paul "Big Show or The Giant" Wight.
    Yea, but then in their rematches, Razor wiped the mat with both of those jay-brones. As for Stone Cold vs Razor (Scott Hall) at Wrestle Mania, Austin won, true, but it wasn't an eazy match. They battled a good fight until Austin hit um' with the stunner....infact, it took 2 to beat um'. Incase you don't remember that, it was about 02'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tailback King View Post
    Yea, but then in their rematches, Razor wiped the mat with both of those jay-brones. As for Stone Cold vs Razor (Scott Hall) at Wrestle Mania, Austin won, true, but it wasn't an eazy match. They battled a good fight until Austin hit um' with the stunner....infact, it took 2 to beat um'. Incase you don't remember that, it was about 02'.
    That was also the first time Austin quit the WWF(was still WWF at the time). The funny thing about Scott Hall was that in the AWA, he was a much different performer.


    Doesn't look like the same guy does it?
    I root for 2 teams; The Cardinals and whoever is playing Dallas.

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    Scott Hall was always best with the porn 'stache...

    No matter how much he tried, he never did beat JJ for the Intercontinental belt though. Not sure he ever beat him in WCW either...

    Sheamus is "the whitest kid I know"...literally. It's one thing to write him in as championship material and have him beat Cena, but Sheamus had better get some "protection" because Legacy, DX, etc. could take that clown out pretty quickly if he doesn't have anyone to watch his back. Right now the only guys who makes sense for the "Celtic Warrior" to hang out with is Carlito (who took a butt-kicking for him by Cena) and Hornswaggle (Irish thing, I guess).

    If the writers had any sense, they would make sure Sheamus gets welcomed to the upper echelon by every hungry contender he jumped over - Orton, Triple H, Jericho, Batista, maybe the Undertaker can piledrive Sheamus just like he did Cena!
    Not supposed to fit in...

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    I grew up as a wrestling geek....watched it from a young age all the way to college. In college I actually spent one summer training and getting licensed to "wrestle professionally". Yes, believe it or not, in some states you have to have a license from the state boxing & wrestling commission. I had a few matches in front of small crowds and it was a blast. Alas, summer ended and I had no intention of not going back to school so that was the end of that. It was fun while it lasted but yes, very painful. You'd be amazed at how something like a powerbomb didn't hurt at all if you tucked your chin and landed right, yet simple things like running the ropes hurt the most.

    Anyways, the whole Sheamus thing did it's mission....it got people talking and got me to watch RAW for the first time in a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    That was also the first time Austin quit the WWF(was still WWF at the time). The funny thing about Scott Hall was that in the AWA, he was a much different performer.


    Doesn't look like the same guy does it?
    Is that Shane Douglas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieCardinal View Post
    Is that Shane Douglas?
    It's Kurt Hennig.
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