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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 7th, '17, 12:10

Meltzer on WOR: Riddle and Cobb are going to be in the NJPW World Tag League this year


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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 7th, '17, 13:07

cero2k wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 12:10
Meltzer on WOR: Riddle and Cobb are going to be in the NJPW World Tag League this year
Good for those two, but it seems like kind of an odd fit for everyone else. Gabe will have to now book his December weekends around World Tag League, this could cause issues with Cobb being on New Japan TV because of his LU work, and while Cobb and Riddle are both definitely the type of guy New Japan likes to push, they really don't have room for them, even in the big black hole that is the heavyweight tag team scene.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 7th, '17, 14:17

Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 13:07
cero2k wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 12:10
Meltzer on WOR: Riddle and Cobb are going to be in the NJPW World Tag League this year
Good for those two, but it seems like kind of an odd fit for everyone else. Gabe will have to now book his December weekends around World Tag League, this could cause issues with Cobb being on New Japan TV because of his LU work, and while Cobb and Riddle are both definitely the type of guy New Japan likes to push, they really don't have room for them, even in the big black hole that is the heavyweight tag team scene.
i feel this is just to introduce them, but i see Riddle going solo over there. what i do see is that Elgin is not that special when you introduce Cobb
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

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cero2k wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 14:17
Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 13:07
cero2k wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 12:10
Meltzer on WOR: Riddle and Cobb are going to be in the NJPW World Tag League this year
Good for those two, but it seems like kind of an odd fit for everyone else. Gabe will have to now book his December weekends around World Tag League, this could cause issues with Cobb being on New Japan TV because of his LU work, and while Cobb and Riddle are both definitely the type of guy New Japan likes to push, they really don't have room for them, even in the big black hole that is the heavyweight tag team scene.
i feel this is just to introduce them, but i see Riddle going solo over there. what i do see is that Elgin is not that special when you introduce Cobb
Elgin has much more personality than Cobb, plus Cobb is already over. Furthermore, I don't think Riddle and Cobb are going to do so well, and you know Gabe won't let Riddle do any jobs that don't set something up for a WWN show, so Cobb will be doing all of their jobs here, which will hurt him on his debut tour.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 7th, '17, 17:48

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Elgin has much more personality than Cobb, plus Cobb is already over. Furthermore, I don't think Riddle and Cobb are going to do so well, and you know Gabe won't let Riddle do any jobs that don't set something up for a WWN show, so Cobb will be doing all of their jobs here, which will hurt him on his debut tour.
Elgin more personality than Cobb? oh hell nah, yeah, he's more over, because he's unique in Japan, but Cobb is better, faster, stronger, and more exciting to watch than him. And if Gabe is gonna cockblock Riddle and Cobb in Japan, then those two need to get the fuck out of EVOLVE if it's gonna cost them their NJPW work. Cobb will mostly likely do the jobs, but because NJPW WANTS Riddle
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 7th, '17, 21:01

cero2k wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 17:48
Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 14:40


Elgin has much more personality than Cobb, plus Cobb is already over. Furthermore, I don't think Riddle and Cobb are going to do so well, and you know Gabe won't let Riddle do any jobs that don't set something up for a WWN show, so Cobb will be doing all of their jobs here, which will hurt him on his debut tour.
Elgin more personality than Cobb? oh hell nah, yeah, he's more over, because he's unique in Japan, but Cobb is better, faster, stronger, and more exciting to watch than him. And if Gabe is gonna cockblock Riddle and Cobb in Japan, then those two need to get the fuck out of EVOLVE if it's gonna cost them their NJPW work. Cobb will mostly likely do the jobs, but because NJPW WANTS Riddle
Elgin has way more personality than Cobb (and I think he's much better in the ring). Without the Matanza suit, Cobb comes across as just a dude who is big and athletic. Elgin is both of those things, plus he has personality, a striking , and a much more exciting arsenal of moves.

I'm not saying Gabe would block Riddle and Cobb from working in Japan. I'm saying I'm pretty certain Gabe won't let Riddle be the one to take the fall unless it is specifically setting up a WWN Title defense on a WWN-umbrella show (and I think ROH would try to block that on their end).

If NJPW wants Riddle then I don't think this is the right way to bring him in unless they have something specific (Riddle vs. Suzuki?) that they want set up for the Dome and thus they need him on this tour.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 7th, '17, 21:34

Big Red Machine wrote:
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Elgin has way more personality than Cobb (and I think he's much better in the ring). Without the Matanza suit, Cobb comes across as just a dude who is big and athletic. Elgin is both of those things, plus he has personality, a striking , and a much more exciting arsenal of moves.

I'm not saying Gabe would block Riddle and Cobb from working in Japan. I'm saying I'm pretty certain Gabe won't let Riddle be the one to take the fall unless it is specifically setting up a WWN Title defense on a WWN-umbrella show (and I think ROH would try to block that on their end).

If NJPW wants Riddle then I don't think this is the right way to bring him in unless they have something specific (Riddle vs. Suzuki?) that they want set up for the Dome and thus they need him on this tour.
that's all that Elgin is too, just a big dude that is always mad, his gimmick is being strong, he could use a Matanza mask. Cobb on the other hand, is an olympian, he has better facial expressions, he talks a lot better. I'll take Cobb any day over boring Elgin

I'm not saying blocking the bookings, but if NJPW wants you to take a pin, then you do it and have Gabe deal with it. it's like if Gabe won't let Gargano get pinned in WWE, who do you think Gargano is gonna listen to?

this is the intro to the crowd, not into a huge feud. They can do the tournament and then have Riddle return alone later on after WK, or if they like Cobb (which i think they will), have them come together. Get rid of War Machine
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 7th, '17, 22:42

cero2k wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 21:34
Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 7th, '17, 21:01


Elgin has way more personality than Cobb (and I think he's much better in the ring). Without the Matanza suit, Cobb comes across as just a dude who is big and athletic. Elgin is both of those things, plus he has personality, a striking , and a much more exciting arsenal of moves.

I'm not saying Gabe would block Riddle and Cobb from working in Japan. I'm saying I'm pretty certain Gabe won't let Riddle be the one to take the fall unless it is specifically setting up a WWN Title defense on a WWN-umbrella show (and I think ROH would try to block that on their end).

If NJPW wants Riddle then I don't think this is the right way to bring him in unless they have something specific (Riddle vs. Suzuki?) that they want set up for the Dome and thus they need him on this tour.
that's all that Elgin is too, just a big dude that is always mad, his gimmick is being strong, he could use a Matanza mask. Cobb on the other hand, is an olympian, he has better facial expressions, he talks a lot better. I'll take Cobb any day over boring Elgin

I'm not saying blocking the bookings, but if NJPW wants you to take a pin, then you do it and have Gabe deal with it. it's like if Gabe won't let Gargano get pinned in WWE, who do you think Gargano is gonna listen to?

this is the intro to the crowd, not into a huge feud. They can do the tournament and then have Riddle return alone later on after WK, or if they like Cobb (which i think they will), have them come together. Get rid of War Machine
Cobb? Facial expressions? Since when? Elgin makes better use of his strength as part of his gimmick. Cobb might have been an Olympian, but this isn't a shoot. He comes across as just "a large guy who wrestles." And this is me, champion of white-meat babyfaces everywhere, who is saying that about someone.

Gargano isn't under contract to Gabe. Riddle is. I'd be shocked if Gabe didn't make not taking a pin unless it leads to Riddle getting his win bak in a WWN ring a condition of letting Riddle take the booking with New Japan. And considering the way that other American promoters (particularly ROH but also at times PWG and D'Amore) have bent over backwards for guys New Japan wants to protect, it would be really sh*tty of Gedo to not respect Gabe not wanting his champion to get pinned.

I think Riddle will have a better chance of standing out if debuts as a single. It's New Japan. Being seen as part of the heavyweight tag team division is instant death.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by KILLdozer » Sep 8th, '17, 07:32

Just make a whole post about Cobb V Elgin lol.

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Cowboy Bill Watts, now 78, remains one of the more unique personality in wrestling history. Watts has retired to the Florida panhandle and after Hurricane Irma came along, he decided to encourage looters. He scattered some electronics including a flat screen television at the end of his driveway figuring it would attract looters preying on the elderly who had some of their things destroyed. I’m not exactly sure what he was then intending to do when the baited in looters would show up, but I guess I can use my imagination
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

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I don't know who "SR Torch" is or why they'd tip their hand on a major story, but this seems kind of big.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 24th, '17, 10:13

Big Red Machine wrote:
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I don't know who "SR Torch" is or why they'd tip their hand on a major story, but this seems kind of big.
it's the guy from PWTorch, but yeah, Meltzer hinted something was gonna go down, but didn't break the news.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 24th, '17, 10:58

Last night's EVOLVE show was streamed on the WWNLive site, not FloSlam, so this is definitely real.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 24th, '17, 12:40

Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 24th, '17, 10:58
Last night's EVOLVE show was streamed on the WWNLive site, not FloSlam, so this is definitely real.
yeap, posted the news articles in the news section, it kinda seems like a really stupid lawsuit with huge consequences
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 29th, '17, 13:38

From Uproxx:
Jason Nawara 09.27.17

Ron Jeremy, a noted expert on all things sex, has publicly expressed his doubt that Ric Flair has had sex with 10,000 women, a number the pro wrestling great is reported to have claimed in his upcoming 30 for 30. Jeremy knows a thing or two about having sex with a lot of people. He has starred in over 2,000 adult films, sometimes making love to more than one women in a scene throughout his massive filmography. He doesn’t think it’s possible for Flair to have had that much sex when you just look at the math.

“It’s very difficult to get numbers like that. Wilt Chamberlin and John Holmes I think both said about 20,000. Chamberlin actually regretted saying that, he took it back. John Holmes passed away so… But if you do the math and you start having sex when you’re 14, up to age 68, I guess you could…”

The host and Jeremy start breaking down the numbers saying it works out to about four unique sexual partners a week. That seems low by our estimation. If you really start breaking it down, the numbers don’t add up. First off, Flair has been married four times. So there had to be decently-sized chunks of time there that he was faithful to his wife. Furthermore, the average person sleeps about 25% of their life away. Flair also had to train, spend a ridiculous amount of time on the road entertaining, and the little things like eating, showering, and general life moments (birthday parties) would suck up enough time to make 10,000 women an impossibility. The man also claimed to be an alcoholic, which doesn’t help performance.

It just doesn’t add up.

But you know, Flair was also alive in a time that was more free and loose. Flair could’ve been out there in the mud and the rain. He could’ve made love to 10,000 women. It’s impossible to tell.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 29th, '17, 15:51

if you're in an orgy with 1000 men or women, does that count as having sex with either those 1000 men or women? even if you never got around to even touching them?
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

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cero2k wrote:
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if you're in an orgy with 1000 men or women, does that count as having sex with either those 1000 men or women? even if you never got around to even touching them?
I think it only counts if you actually touched each other in bad-touch places.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

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El Hijo del Santo wrote:When I put on the mask, I'm transformed. The mask gives me strength. The mask gives me fame. The mask is magical. When I remove the mask, I'm a normal human who can walk right by you, and not even get a "hello". Usually with the mask on, everything is positive. Without the mask I'm a normal being who has his problems, who cries, who sometimes suffers. I could tell you that I really admire El Hijo del Santo. But do you know who I admire more ? The human being. Thanks to him, El Hijo del Santo has a life. And this human being sometimes sacrifices a lot to give the this other identity life.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Oct 10th, '17, 10:39

Gabe is starting to lose his mind. If you don't want botches, then don't botch

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