Do you think at the time Vince wishes he had someone else win that Rumble? Seems like a wasted opportunity to push someone to the main event?
wrestling/impact-wrestling-no- longer-using-gfw-name/(Per PWInsider)How the hell is this company still in business?And what will they do with all the shotty new GFW belts they made?
Do you happen to know if there has ever been cases of TNA/GFW, ROH, New Japan, etc. holding a grudge against a departing wrestler that was WWE bound? I.E.-"If you end up failing there, don't look to come back here when it's over." I know in the past Vince has done this when talent left the WWE for another wrestling company, but has the reverse ever happened? Thanks again.
Reigns and Strowman Lesnar on a B show this year. If No Mercy is a B show, is it the king of them?
I think that would be Money in the Bank or Hell in a Cell, since people actually remembered those shows most years.
If Terry Taylor embraced being a rooster like Mike Perry did, do you think he would have gotten over?
days) they would always job for their last match.
1. I'm not familiar with Junkyard Dog at all outside of his mid-late 80's WWF run. I have however read and I think I remember you saying before that he was a huge draw (for Bill Watts?)………can you elaborate more – when was he over, what got him over, and who'd he draw $ against?
2. I know how much you love the Flair/Sting angle from Halloween havoc 95 and rightfully so. My question is this – should there have been a better blowoff for it? I know Sting beat Flair at the next ppv but it seems looking back that maybe they could have gotten more out of the awesome Flair double cross???
3. What's the best example that jumps out to you if someone getting a big push based off of 1 match. In other words wrestler x went out and had an amazing match with someone and after the match they were viewed in a completely different light.