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The Usos vs New Day (WWE Smackdown 04/10/18)

11 April 2018 - 08:31 AM

I thought this was yet another really good TV match. I don't know how Big E does it. He's a hell of an athlete, but those bumps on a guy his size have to take their toll. The Usos have the finishing stretch down pat, almost to the point that they  just forgo the opening part of the match. ***1/2

New features!

22 March 2018 - 06:50 PM

Everyone should be able to now do these things:


- Post HTML (which includes tweet embedding)

- Edit their own topic titles

- Delete their own posts

To anyone whose account still pending approval

22 March 2018 - 06:40 PM

I can't really tell if anyone in the queue is a real person or spam. I'm going to resend all validation emails and then approve the ones that successfully validate a second time.

Sorry for ghosting

20 March 2018 - 04:22 PM

I needed a total wrestling detox. I was starting to hate it. I'm back. All is well. :)

Looking for MDA suggestions

15 December 2017 - 01:56 PM

Dylan made a thought-provoking tweet that I'd like to share. It raises interesting points, and I wanted to get some feedback from anyone who has it. 




In short, is there a way to use the Match Discussion Archive to make it easier to look at the big picture? So if you want to compare Portland in 1980 and 1985, for example, or two Intercontinental champions, or how various guys have worked cage matches, how can we make that easier? I don't want to overhaul the folder, nor do I think that's what Dylan is advocating. But I would like to find ways to better integrate it with everything else that happens here instead of it being a silo. I have some ideas, but a lot of it is limited by board technology, so I'm not sure where to go with it. So I thought I'd open the question up to everyone.


Tags are good and I'm a fan of tags, but they only work if we use the exact same naming conventions across the board. And even then, simply producing a list of threads isn't what I had in mind. I'd like something a little more intuitive if that's even possible.