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« Oct 24, 2010 18:31:35 GMT »
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« Oct 26, 2010 9:41:10 GMT »
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Raw was halfway decent tonight. I think Barrett is prob my fave right now. He's a fantastic promo and once his ring work catches up, he could be one of the best ever.

Wasnt a perfect show, theres a few cringeworthy shit moments, but the in-ring action bar the pointless Diva match and the botches in the Santino match, was pretty good. Really strong Bryan/Ziggler match and it looks like they're setting up Punk/Bryan for a feud.

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« Oct 26, 2010 9:48:49 GMT »
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A Punk/Bryan feud will be fucking AMAZING!

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« Oct 30, 2010 10:36:27 GMT »
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« Oct 31, 2010 10:34:09 GMT »
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« Oct 31, 2010 11:18:22 GMT »
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it was a one-off apparently.

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« Nov 1, 2010 11:36:38 GMT »
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Is he making a proper in-ring return, though? I assumed he would be at somepoint but fuck knows.

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« Nov 1, 2010 11:50:56 GMT »
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I would assume he will be squashing the Nexus sooner or later tbf.

I'd love to see Wade fuck him up.

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« Nov 1, 2010 12:05:37 GMT »
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It'd be pretty good if he was the 'mastermind' behind Nexus, I reckon. Doubt it but it'd be good.

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« Nov 2, 2010 9:59:30 GMT »
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Theres a segment on Raw tonight that was absolutely insane. Just strange as shit. You'll know its the one when you see Freddie Prinze Jr. its ridiculous.

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« Nov 2, 2010 13:44:45 GMT »
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hahaha ya what is vince doing? i can't see any point to it but i love cos it has some vince-acting

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« Nov 3, 2010 8:38:08 GMT »
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Yea, Vince is always good TV. I like when hes around.

X-Pac's twitter is like a trip into the demented. He uses it to hit on chicks and is just in general, as much of a douchebag as you'd expect.

He comes up with ingenius answers like this: "If I was to eat one thing forever,what would it be? I could eat a beautiful lady's box unt il the roosters start crowing."

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« Nov 4, 2010 14:15:25 GMT »
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hhhmm I reckoned it had to be a work but I'm not too sure how much I believe this source...

WWE sources have informed us that the original plan for the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar confrontation at UFC 121 was for it to occur backstage after the show, likely at the press conference where tons of media and cameras were. This plan, however, hinged on Brock Lesnar winning his fight - which didn't happen.

After Lesnar lost, he needed stitches and decided not to appear at the press conference as a way of giving Cain Velasquez his "moment." The Undertaker, who was invited to the event as a personal guest of UFC President Dana White (a huge Undertaker fan), waited backstage after the fight but left when it became apparent that Brock wasn't coming out for the press conference.

The video face-to-face confrontation between Lesnar and and The Undertaker turned out to be a lucky coincidence for WWE and was not what the original plan called for. The YouTube video of that confrontation has been viewed millions of times online and generated a ton of buzz last week, so things worked out just fine.

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« Nov 4, 2010 15:29:02 GMT »
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I think Dana White and Vince McMahon have some sort of deal under the table.

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« Nov 4, 2010 20:07:25 GMT »
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Some Wrestlemania news (or lack of):

-- The road to Wrestlemania is on hold due to uncertainty about The Undertaker, as well as the lack of big stars. HHH will be back soon, and Jericho and Batista could return before the show. Brock Lesnar is almost certainly a no-go, even though he and Taker were planning to do an angle at the UFC press conference. Brock declined the press conference due to losing and Taker is friends with Dana White, so he didn't want to piss Dana off too much. Goldberg has been discussed for a Wrestlemania match, as has Trish Stratus. Steve Austin is a long-shot, but possible.

-- Sheamus vs. Barrett is planned for next year. Cena vs. Barrett is likely for Rumble. If Barrett wins at Survivor Series, Orton may win the Royal Rumble. Daniel Bryan is winning a lot of people over but his programme with Punk is now off the cards. The writers have told the commentators to downplay Miz's MITB briefcase so that it's a surprise when it finally gets cashed in. The idea is either for him to win the title, or to lose the match and then follow up with a huge win to get his heat back. The writers are treating it like he has until July to cash it in.


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« Nov 9, 2010 12:01:56 GMT »
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Been watching myself some TNA and enjoying it tbh. Maybe it's just because it's 'different' to WWE but watched the Impact before turning point and thought it was good, mostly. Just waiting for Turning Point to finish downloading and gonna give it a watch.

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« Nov 11, 2010 12:39:54 GMT »
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« Nov 15, 2010 15:04:10 GMT »
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Shawn Michaels was named the number one Superstar in World Wrestling Entertainment's forthcoming DVD set counting down the top 50 Superstars of all time, WWE: Top 50 Superstars of All Time.

The DVD's complete 1 to 50 ranking is as follows:

1. Shawn Michaels
2. The Undertaker
3. Steve Austin
4. Bret Hart
5. The Rock
6. Harley Race
7. Ricky Steamboat
8. Andre the Giant
9. Rey Mysterio
10. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper
11. Eddie Guerrero
12. Triple H
13. Gorgeous George
14. "Macho Man" Randy Savage
15. "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig
16. John Cena
17. Dusty Rhodes and Ric Flair (tied)
19. Edge
20. Jerry "The King" Lawler
21. Lou Thesz
22. Terry Funk
23. Hulk Hogan
24. Bruno Sammartino
25. Chris Jericho
26. Ted DiBiase
27. Fabulous Moolah
28. Classy Freddie Blassie
29. Randy Orton
30. Pat Patterson
31. The Iron Sheik
32. Jimmy Snuka
33. Mick Foley
34. Kurt Angle
35. Buddy Rogers
36. Gorilla Monsoon
37. Junkyard Dog
38. "Superstar" Billy Graham
39. Jake "The Snake" Roberts
40. Big Show
41. Jack Brisco
42. Sgt. Slaughter
43. Kane
44. Nick Bockwinkel
45. Jeff Hardy
46. Dory Funk Jr.
47. Bob Backlund
48. Rick Rude
49. Batista
50. Killer Kowalski

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« Nov 15, 2010 16:05:32 GMT »
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haha Batista and Kane on the list. I'm surprised they didn't have triple H first.

Hogan at 23?

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« Nov 15, 2010 16:20:12 GMT »
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Who voted on this? The list is kind of ridiculous, Hogan HAS to be in the top 5 & Guerrero above HHH? I know he probably got the sympathy vote because he's DEAD but Guerrero wasn't in the WWF long enough to deservethat high position, HHH has been top heel for fucking forever now & whenever I've seen him top a PPV he's been great. Though I've not seen any for the past few years.

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