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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Bob-O » Oct 7th, '19, 20:58

cero2k wrote:
Oct 7th, '19, 12:16
I feel like Jumpin' Jeff Farmer killed Tully Blanchard and is wearing his corpse as a costume.


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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Bob-O » Oct 8th, '19, 08:49

Between Wednesday Night Wars and Friday Smackdowns and shitty PPV Endings, I forgot all about this! NWA debuts tonight on YouTube and Facebook!

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Bob-O » Oct 8th, '19, 15:39

Looks like it's official!

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Oct 9th, '19, 21:04

misc stuff




WWE cancelled Jay and Silent Bob from showing after they did AEW.


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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Oct 9th, '19, 22:03

cero2k wrote:
Oct 9th, '19, 21:04
misc stuff




WWE cancelled Jay and Silent Bob from showing after they did AEW.

Yeah... but it's Jay and Silent Bob. I'd cancel Kevin Smith, too. The man's only contribution to human culture was his short run on Green Arrow at the beginning of millennium.
And after seeing how bad they were on AEW, I'd cancel them, too.

But, of course, this is WWE, and when you consider their obsession with celebrities (even low-level ones), this was pretty clearly done out of spite.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Oct 10th, '19, 08:42

Big Red Machine wrote:
Oct 9th, '19, 22:03

Yeah... but it's Jay and Silent Bob. I'd cancel Kevin Smith, too. The man's only contribution to human culture was his short run on Green Arrow at the beginning of millennium.
And after seeing how bad they were on AEW, I'd cancel them, too.

But, of course, this is WWE, and when you consider their obsession with celebrities (even low-level ones), this was pretty clearly done out of spite.
aw c'mon, Clerks and Dogma are great movies.

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Oct 11th, '19, 10:07

This is an excerpt from WON this week, it's a letter that Dave got a while back about Darby Allin

I just wanted to note this letter that I got after the Allin angle with Jericho, which is actually a letter I got three years ago, but was sent again because it’s more timely now. “Now, this isn't new or anything, but I want to just highlight a couple of points because there's a lot of folks who don't understand the turmoil and garbage that Darby had gone through in the business to get where he's at today. I went into wrestling at 29, which was just a side thing for me. The first day I went in, we were doing drills, and I saw Darby perform them, and my mouth dropped, everything was smooth, fluid, perfect. I have matches and drills on micro VHSs somewhere from the garage where you can see him do some of the most smoothest old school, catch/chain British style wrestling you've ever seen. Yes, he's been pushed into a slight corner where he does some extra crazy stuff because that's his nature, he handles pain well; however, it wasn't always like that. He went to a number of legends wrestling camps, ROH tryouts, and various other seminars - all those older guys, they all told him the same fucking thing to his face: "You're too small, you're not going to get any where in the business, it doesn't matter if you're good in the ring, you won't draw". I would be a fly on the wall as he would constantly get piss taken out of him by the ‘you're too small’ talk in the garage, `You're great but you won't be anything’ talks. It killed Darby... just fucking killed him - he's so dedicated to this business. Luckily... Gabe (Sapolsky) saw something in him, but in order for him to differentiate himself he had to go back to his skateboarder roots of just hurting himself through stunts or something crazy. I mean, he's nuts, but he's not stupid. Darby is an incredibly nice person; more over, he's an incredible wrestler, his selling is top notch, and when we were in a Negro Navarro wrestling camp, Navarro always wanted to work with him. Darby would help me, and even though I was the older dude with a full time job, he would help me work through so many athletic feats. I look up to him, and even today, despite being retired, he's the one person in the ring that I would trust with my life. Anyway, my point to all this is that I hope folks can see that underneath his crazy ass stunts that he's incredibly talented. And, it's this old school mentality that pushes these young guys to do some of this crazy shit. I'm worried about him, but I'm hoping AEW gives him the opportunity to be able to show off that other side of him that most people don't realize that's there - because it's really good.”



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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Oct 14th, '19, 16:50

Mike wants out


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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Bob-O » Oct 14th, '19, 20:57

cero2k wrote:
Oct 14th, '19, 16:50
Mike wants out

Nope. Can't say I feel bad for him in the least.

Piss and moan on Twitter about this very same shit for six months counting down the days of your contract, then resign (!?), then "wE sWEar wE diDn't kNOw mArIa wAS prEgnANt wHen wE neGoTiateD!", now this crap. Just shut up man. Teach your daughter some humility instead and take some responsibility for your decisions.

Unless this was the grand plan all along, because now they can sit at home and raise their baby for the next four years on WWE's dime... if that's the case, bravo!
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Oct 18th, '19, 20:20

like, not even pinfalls or submissions?


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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Bob-O » Oct 19th, '19, 19:14

cero2k wrote:
Oct 18th, '19, 20:20
like, not even pinfalls or submissions?

Not even for time limits, this is brilliant! They finally figured out a way to get around either one of them losing!
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Oct 19th, '19, 20:46

Bob-O wrote:
Oct 19th, '19, 19:14
cero2k wrote:
Oct 18th, '19, 20:20
like, not even pinfalls or submissions?

Not even for time limits, this is brilliant! They finally figured out a way to get around either one of them losing!
Due to this, we can now congratulate Seth Rollins on being the longest reigning champion of any championship in the entire history of pro wrestling, as this match will continue and he will still be WWE Universal Champion long after he is dead.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Bob-O » Oct 20th, '19, 11:55

Big Red Machine wrote:
Oct 19th, '19, 20:46
Due to this, we can now congratulate Seth Rollins on being the longest reigning champion of any championship in the entire history of pro wrestling, as this match will continue and he will still be WWE Universal Champion long after he is dead.
Technically moving forward every match they're in will be a triple threat...
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Oct 20th, '19, 11:59

Bob-O wrote:
Oct 20th, '19, 11:55
Big Red Machine wrote:
Oct 19th, '19, 20:46
Due to this, we can now congratulate Seth Rollins on being the longest reigning champion of any championship in the entire history of pro wrestling, as this match will continue and he will still be WWE Universal Champion long after he is dead.
Technically moving forward every match they're in will be a triple threat...
No. They can't ever be booked in another match because this one can never end. Hence why Rollins will be champion forever.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Oct 21st, '19, 09:01




Check out the tags.

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Bob-O » Oct 21st, '19, 21:58

cero2k wrote:
Oct 21st, '19, 09:01
Check out the tags.
I forgot about Riddick Moss completely.

Strictly fantasy booking, because Orton's a troll - but forget about #americannightmarecody, the thought of a long-term feud between Orton/Revival and Omega/Bucks makes my hair stand up. Every aspect of that is money.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Oct 25th, '19, 10:06

WWE numbers have been bad, as the 10/14 Raw did 38,000 viewers, down from 48,000 for the 10/7 show that featured Tyson Fury, who is a huge name in the U.K. Smackdown on 10/18 was down to 23,000 viewers. Raw on 10/21 did 3,000 viewers. It was so bad people thought it was a computer glitch but we’re told the data was sound and people are stunned with that very rating.

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