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You know, the more I think about it the more I expect that Ryberg will receive a pretty big pop from the crowd next week. In fact, I wouldn't be too surprised if Goldback doesn't get a bigger reaction than normal.
Tattooed Jesus wrote: No the Shield does not need to be revealed to be working for anyone but themselves, thats what makes them such an original and intriguing concept. Making them work for someone established just makes them someones lackeys and thus stupid in turn.
Which is why they'll end up revealed to be working for someone. You know how WWE creative works. They're just not that creative.
Heck, there's a Paul E. (and possible Punk) connection anyway. I don't think that hurts them.
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Strict31 wrote:I'm not sure that combining the nigh-uncontrollable power of LOLtron with the Nacireman is a good idea. Some years from now, when mankind is on the verge of extinction, we'll be able to look back and remember this moment, and say, "DANG."
With Rock's injuries it seems like his worst fears may have come true, unable to compete in the ring plus this may play having with the filming schedules of his upcoming movies. I really feel bad for the guy as I know he was doing the wrestling stuff out of pure love for the business and the fans. May not have liked and agreed with the way all of it played out but he wasn't doing it just for the money so many others have and still. Wish him a speedy recovery and I guess this means sense Hollywood is his top priority that this was most likely the last time we will see the Rock performing in the ring, it's just to risky for him.
Grayson wrote: You know, the more I think about it the more I expect that Ryberg will receive a pretty big pop from the crowd next week. In fact, I wouldn't be too surprised if Goldback doesn't get a bigger reaction than normal.
Next weeks RAW is gonna be down here in the Ol Dirty South where Goldberg was King at one time, so I am sure he will get a brutal Goldberg chant at some point. I do expect all the stupid rednecks to really pop for him though, he's going against Cena and if you're going against Cena you are gonna get massive face pops even if you're supposed to be a heel
Grayson wrote: One move doesn't change much. I just haven't been impressed with anything I have seen from his so far. Time may change that, as is often the case but as of right now, I'm still waiting.
What really, really sold me on him was his pele kick to Jericho where he went from being stood on the floor by the apron, to kicking the back of Jericho's head who was in the ring, in the blink of an eye.
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