All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by Big Red Machine » Mar 15th, '18, 03:21

cero2k wrote:
Mar 13th, '18, 21:39
necro-posting because this wXw moment from last weekend deserves it

spoiler tag in case Red hasn't watched the show
Hidden text.
You should check out the pop for the finish of the match.


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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by Serujuunin » Mar 16th, '18, 22:31

Big Red Machine wrote:
Mar 13th, '18, 21:56
cero2k wrote:add the post match to ROH's Final Battle tag title match to the list, i don't wanna spoil it, but damn dat pop
Serujuunin wrote:
Jun 29th, '17, 00:59
NECROing this thread, because I'm bored and perusing the forum for things to talk about.

The Hardys returning at Wrestlemania.
So we have two straight items listed in a row here which can be accurately described as a Hardys return, both within a few months of each other, LOL
Isn’t that indicative of something?

And isn’t it a good thing? Lol

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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by Big Red Machine » Mar 17th, '18, 18:56

Serujuunin wrote:
Mar 16th, '18, 22:31
Big Red Machine wrote:
Mar 13th, '18, 21:56
cero2k wrote:add the post match to ROH's Final Battle tag title match to the list, i don't wanna spoil it, but damn dat pop
Serujuunin wrote:
Jun 29th, '17, 00:59
NECROing this thread, because I'm bored and perusing the forum for things to talk about.

The Hardys returning at Wrestlemania.
So we have two straight items listed in a row here which can be accurately described as a Hardys return, both within a few months of each other, LOL
Isn’t that indicative of something?

And isn’t it a good thing? Lol
It's indicative of people not appreciating Kane, Alexa Bliss!, Bryan Danielson, Togi Makabe, and AJ Styles enough.
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by Serujuunin » Mar 18th, '18, 15:01

Big Red Machine wrote:
Mar 17th, '18, 18:56
Serujuunin wrote:
Mar 16th, '18, 22:31
Big Red Machine wrote:
Mar 13th, '18, 21:56

So we have two straight items listed in a row here which can be accurately described as a Hardys return, both within a few months of each other, LOL
Isn’t that indicative of something?

And isn’t it a good thing? Lol
It's indicative of people not appreciating Kane, Alexa Bliss!, Bryan Danielson, Togi Makabe, and AJ Styles enough.
I was more thinking that it's indicative of people really liking the Hardys, but I guess that's true too.

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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by NWK2000 » Apr 4th, '18, 14:37

For me the biggest pop was when John Cena was drafted to Raw in 2005. I was there live for this, and you have to keep in mind that he'd just beat wrapped up his feud with JBL less than two weeks earlier, so he hadn't lost his cool. Everyone was super jazzed. I'm pretty sure I hugged the dude next to me in the heat of the moment. It doesn't come across on the broadcast, but when people talk about big pops that's where my head goes.
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by KILLdozer » Aug 31st, '18, 09:14

NWK2000 wrote:
Apr 4th, '18, 14:37
For me the biggest pop was when John Cena was drafted to Raw in 2005. I was there live for this, and you have to keep in mind that he'd just beat wrapped up his feud with JBL less than two weeks earlier, so he hadn't lost his cool. Everyone was super jazzed. I'm pretty sure I hugged the dude next to me in the heat of the moment. It doesn't come across on the broadcast, but when people talk about big pops that's where my head goes.
You already said this. Two years ago lol.
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by KILLdozer » Aug 31st, '18, 09:25

Are we talking just loud united burst of cheers or boos well?

If so, ...I just watched Invasion the other night, and that Steve Austin heel turn at the end...
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by KILLdozer » Aug 31st, '18, 09:26

Pretty sure people went crazy the very first time they saw Kane. Also, it was pretty loud when he stopped The Unamericans as well.
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by cero2k » Aug 31st, '18, 09:40

KILLdozer wrote:
Aug 31st, '18, 09:26
Pretty sure people went crazy the very first time they saw Kane. Also, it was pretty loud when he stopped The Unamericans as well.
i'm going by attitude era noise standards, kane's debut wasn't that big of a pop, no one knew him, so it was more of a low volume who the fuck is this guy? noise

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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by KILLdozer » Aug 31st, '18, 09:47

I was thinking that...it was kind of a hushed silence actually lol...The 2nd one though.. I think that was his first real return with the tank shirt?
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by Big Red Machine » Aug 31st, '18, 10:22

I believe Dozer might be referring to this, which I actually posted earlier on in the thread but the YouTube police took it down:
(his video doesn't do the pop justice... but the entire segment is completely awesome)

Kane saving the American from the UnAmericans was definitely another HUGE one, though.
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by NWK2000 » Aug 31st, '18, 10:24

KILLdozer wrote:
Aug 31st, '18, 09:14
NWK2000 wrote:
Apr 4th, '18, 14:37
For me the biggest pop was when John Cena was drafted to Raw in 2005. I was there live for this, and you have to keep in mind that he'd just beat wrapped up his feud with JBL less than two weeks earlier, so he hadn't lost his cool. Everyone was super jazzed. I'm pretty sure I hugged the dude next to me in the heat of the moment. It doesn't come across on the broadcast, but when people talk about big pops that's where my head goes.
You already said this. Two years ago lol.
People can forget having said things in two years time. It's not a unique phenomenon
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by KILLdozer » Aug 31st, '18, 10:37

NWK2000 wrote:
Aug 31st, '18, 10:24
KILLdozer wrote:
Aug 31st, '18, 09:14
NWK2000 wrote:
Apr 4th, '18, 14:37
For me the biggest pop was when John Cena was drafted to Raw in 2005. I was there live for this, and you have to keep in mind that he'd just beat wrapped up his feud with JBL less than two weeks earlier, so he hadn't lost his cool. Everyone was super jazzed. I'm pretty sure I hugged the dude next to me in the heat of the moment. It doesn't come across on the broadcast, but when people talk about big pops that's where my head goes.
You already said this. Two years ago lol.
People can forget having said things in two years time. It's not a unique phenomenon
Lol I literally just read back through the whole thing which is why I knew.
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by KILLdozer » Aug 31st, '18, 12:09

Yeah...he pretty much one-arm chokeslammed every one of them lol...especially Test even, who he just flung...
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Re: All Time...Biggest Pop You've Heard

Post by KILLdozer » Aug 31st, '18, 21:39

There's a 6 woman tag after that took place after the classic...Tessa Blanchard, Kay Lee Ray, And Jazzy Gabbert v Santana Garret, Marti Belle, and Sarah Logan...and HOLY SHIT did those people pop tremendously for her Gabbert...everything she did from entrance to end they almost blew the roof off.
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