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Postby LoganRSA » Sun Sep 08, 2013 10:15 am

:shock: :lol:
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Wrasslin' Fan

Postby syxxpakk » Sun Sep 08, 2013 3:06 pm

The Shadow wrote:What's Laurinaitis doing now?

I thought he was legit let go.

I think he's either a Road Agent or staying home while getting checks.
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Wrasslin' Fan

Postby syxxpakk » Sun Sep 08, 2013 3:07 pm

Went to two ROH shows this weekend in two different states. I've been spoiled by the ROH shows I've attended in the past, but these two were probably some of the weaker shows I've seen.
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rubber spoon

Postby Bianco » Sun Sep 08, 2013 4:55 pm

I'm torn i love seeing goldie back, but only to come back and lose to Randy...blah, hope cody interferes and GD wins
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Stephen Day

Wrasslin' Fan

Postby Stephen Day » Mon Sep 09, 2013 9:56 pm

The ballot for this year's inductions into the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame have been released. Here's this year's ballot: ... 7;t=000546

Gene & Ole Anderson
The Assassins (Joe Hamilton & Tom Renesto)
Red Bastien
June Byers
Pepper Gomez
Rip Hawk
Dick Hutton
Ciclon Negro
Dutch Savage
Kinji Shibuya
Wilbur Snyder
John Tolos
Enrique Torres
Count Billy Varga
Von Brauners & Saul Weingeroff
Tim "Mr. Wrestling" Woods

Bob Armstrong
Owen Hart
Curt Hennig
Ivan Koloff
Brock Lesnar
Fabulous Moolah
Pedro Morales
Dick Murdoch
Ken Patera
Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson)
Sgt. Slaughter
Jimmy Snuka
A.J. Styles
Johnny "Mr. Wrestling II" Walker

George Gordienko
Gran Hamada
Volk Han
Masahiko Kimura
Yuji Nagata
Seiji Sakaguchi
Kensuke Sasaki
Mike & Ben Sharpe
Kiyoshi Tamura
Hiroshi Tanahashi

Cien Caras
Hector Garza
Karloff Lagarde
Blue Panther
L.A. Park
Huracan Ramirez
Villano III
Dr. Wagner Jr.
Dr. Wagner Sr.

Jim Breaks
Big Daddy
Giant Haystacks
Horst Hoffman
Billy Joyce
Kendo Nagasaki
Jackie Pallo
Rollerball Mark Rocco
Johnny Saint

Spyros Arion
Johnny Barend
Carlos Colon
Domenic DeNucci
Killer Karl Kox
Mark Lewin
Mario Milano

Bill Apter
Dave Brown
Jim Crockett Jr.
Jim Crockett Sr.
Gary Hart
Jimmy Hart
Howard Finkel
Jerry Jarrett
Takashi Matsunaga
Gorilla Monsoon
Gene Okerlund
Don Owen
Jesse Ventura
Stanley Weston

How the ballot works is simple, a voter who receives a card has 10 picks from among any of the performers categories and then 5 picks from the non-performers category. Any category in which an individual voter does not vote for any nominees does not count when calculating the percentages for successful nomination to the Hall.
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S.F. Jude Terror


Postby S.F. Jude Terror » Tue Sep 10, 2013 12:40 am

Why does Big Show keep crying?
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rubber spoon

Postby Bianco » Tue Sep 10, 2013 2:36 am

S.F. Jude Terror wrote:Why does Big Show keep crying?

he' s sad they don' t know what to do with his character
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The Shadow

Motherfucker from Hell

Postby The Shadow » Tue Sep 10, 2013 11:27 am

LOVED seeing Edge last night!

Great pop from the crowd.
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Outhouse Editor

Postby misac » Tue Sep 10, 2013 1:02 pm

I hated the segment with Brad Maddox and Paul Heyman. Not that it was bad, Heyman trying to weasel his way out of the stip is great, but I hate when bad guys go against bad guys. Not that I think they should get along but HHH and his goons squad should have no redeeming qualities.

Seeing Golddust again made me want to see him feud against Sandow.

Loved that AJ made JBL and Lawler legit pissed. :lol: :lol:
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rubber spoon

Postby Bianco » Wed Sep 11, 2013 4:04 pm

In order to focus on personal business endeavors, good ol’ JR Jim Ross has retired from World Wrestling Entertainment, effective immediately.

It goes without saying that Ross is considered one of the best color commentators of all time, and he is also responsible for signing some of the best talent WWE has ever had including Steve Austin, Edge, Trish Stratus, Mick Foley, and many, many more ... rtainment/
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Whale Castrato

Postby glasgowceltic » Wed Sep 11, 2013 5:58 pm

It blows my mind that WWE has shat all over JR for years. Dude is a living legend, he should be calling every RAW or at least every PPV. Partly because he's the best in the game pure and simple. What's crazy though is that WWE actually has a desperate need for a play by play commentator. Cole can't do it, King is colour (and a useless old sexist) and JBL is colour also. They're a motley crew of absolute fannies, the blind leading the blind. Witness that shit with AJ on Raw. Or the Heyman shit on RAW where they were sitting making stupid jokes about Heyman's personal doctor's name and shit instead of picking up what Heyman's doing and calling that shit. Anyway, JR retired. The real shame is that they didn't use him. :smt011
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rubber spoon

Postby Bianco » Wed Sep 11, 2013 6:30 pm

Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer just released a breaking audio update, and has provided even more information on the developing story of Jim Ross announcing his retirement from WWE.

According to Meltzer, JR met with Vince McMahon in Connecticut last night, and all but a handful of Vince's inner circle had any idea why the meeting was taking place.

The reason why Jim Ross was let go from WWE was due to his inability to control Ric Flair at the WWE 2K Sports panel that took place the night before SummerSlam. As we noted earlier, there was talk of letting JR go "the minute the panel ended," as WWE felt he should have cut Flair off and regained control of the event.

Meltzer further noted that the part of the panel that drew the most heat for Flair was when he made mention of his son Reid's death and when he joked that John Cena never used to drink before they met but now he downs a six pack of beer every night.

The update went on to note that WWE is using the "retirement" excuse as a PR move to avoid major uproar over the firing of a beloved WWE talent and Hall of Famer. Meltzer stands by his belief that Ross was let go entirely due to the 2K Sports panel because just a couple weeks ago during his Q&A session in The UK, Ross said he had no plans to retire from WWE.

Another interesting note is that aside from Vince McMahon, Triple H and a couple other employees mentioning it on Twitter, no WWE wrestlers have commented on the news of JR retiring.
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fieldy snuts

Rain Partier

Postby fieldy snuts » Thu Sep 12, 2013 6:42 am

It still astounds me to this day how WWE continuously shit on one of their most loyal guys in JR.
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fieldy snuts

Rain Partier

Postby fieldy snuts » Thu Sep 12, 2013 9:55 pm

Aces & Eights used the triple powerbomb on Mr Anderson :lol:

BTW, is Ando's contract up? That was a brutal way to dispatch him and seemed like a write-out beatdown.
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fieldy snuts

Rain Partier

Postby fieldy snuts » Thu Sep 12, 2013 9:59 pm

AJ Styles is the BFG series winner.

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