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sek69

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MLW Fusion, anyone watching it?

24 May 2018 - 06:12 PM

I've been watching since it launched a few weeks back, and it's been quite an interesting show. You have young unknown guys in one match, Col. Robert Parker managing a team of bleach blond fat guys who look like they fell out of a time machine from 80s Memphis, Pentagon vs Fenix, all announced by Tony Schiavone. 

 

The first thing that you realize immediately that Tony sounds 30 years younger not being burdened down by WCW bullshit. He even threw in an "folks, we're outta time" at the end of the first episode.  It's amazing to see someone who had the passion beat out of him seemingly able to find it again. 


WWE's new tv deals

21 May 2018 - 11:11 AM

After reports of USA renewing just Raw for big money, ESPN just reported Fox is getting Smackdown apparently to be on the main Fox network.

Vince pretty much just hit the lottery here.

Formatting issues posting on mobile?

18 April 2018 - 07:30 AM

I am noticing when I post here via my iPhone that all apostrophes and quotation marks get removed from whatever I typed. It seems to be a recent issue, wondering if its some kind of board software quirk.


Some examples: these all have apostrophes when I type them in.... wont cant didnt
This should have quotation marks around it

When I hit send they all will disappear.

WWE TV 4/16-4/22, it's getting drafty in here...

16 April 2018 - 03:32 PM

It's SUPERSTAR SHAKEUP week, who's moving where? We'll find out tonight (and tomorrow)!


RIP Johnny Valiant

04 April 2018 - 08:03 PM

From WO:

 

 

Tommy Sullivan, aka "Luscious" Johnny Valiant, died after he was struck by a truck Wednesday morning. 

He was 71 years old.

According to a report by WPXI, Sullivan was struck after he ran across a busy road. Police said it was a "terrible accident" but are still investigating. 

The WWE Hall of Famer (1996) was a two-time WWWF tag team champion with storyline brothers Jimmy and Jerry. 

Debuting in 1967 in the Detroit territory, Sullivan worked throughout the U.S. and Canada, getting up to the midcard level in WWWF. After retiring from in-ring competition, he became a manager in the AWA, managing a young Hulk Hogan in the early 1980s. He would later head to the WWF to manage Brutus Beefcake, later putting together The Dream Team of Beefcake and Greg Valentine.

He would later manage Valentine and Dino Bravo as The New Dream Team before leaving the organization in 1988 for a return to the AWA.