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A lot of people complain about them randomly deciding that Barry Windam qualified for a title match, considering Barry had been solidly mid card for years prior to the event
I must admit that I struggle to think of who else they could have stuck in there instead
Sting/Koloff were busy with each other, Arn Anderson had suffered from the same mid card booking as Barry, ditto for Ron Simmons
My only thought would be Vader
He wasn't really over to that level yet, but you could either have him crush Luger and get himself over in one night, or you could have baby face Lex squeak a win, causing Vader to come back with Race as his manager for a rematch
Who would your pick have been?
But how does it work now. You have said before that they had to back up the brinks truck for AJ. But what about the NXT grown guys.
Does Braun sign for a certain about and have bonus if he gets to main roster?
Or Jinder for example. A curtain jerker who became champ. Does all of the sudden her go from making like 6 figures to high 6 figures?
Just curious on how they scale it. Especially with really no competition to speak of.
This post is hilarious as they just absolutely rip Dave for his inaccurate reporting this past year like the recent Balor report. Also interesting Jimmy Jacobs may actually been let go for being Daves mole.
Do u think they need daniel bryan?
Once the nostalgia buzz wore off, it seemed Hulk Hogan found a really suitable spot as Tag Team Champion with Edge in the Summer of 2002. How come just a few weeks later, they were losing the titles and Hogan was being killed off by the newcomer Brock Lesnar? Then he finally returns six months later, but to feud with Mr. McMahon? I'm assuming Hogan's ego got involved along the way?
Going through some bad times right now, I've been watching Midnight Express vs Fantastics from the first Clash, and boy did it ever make me feel good, had a great time watching it.
What are some of the greatest matches/segments you'd recommend when doing bad? Like "chicken soup for the wrestling soul"?
Hey Scott.What do you feel was the best alternative to WWE since they bought WCW/ECW? I'm not talking in terms of direct competition, but something that attracted your attention when you felt WWE was stinking it up.I'd nominate TNA from 05-06, but I'm curious to hear from those who watch New Japan, ROH, Lucha, etc….Thank you!
Hope all is well Scott. So with the 2015 Rumble match being historical for all the WRONG REASONS and Brock vs Roman 2 a near certainty for Mania, does Vince really have the "grapefruits" to let Roman win another Rumble in Philly? Or will they wanna send the hardcore crowd home happy with a Strowman win? Or maybe Nakamura to set him up vs AJ. Your thoughts?