All the Reigns/Cena shoot stuff has me thinking, who do you has had the best burn on another wrestler? I still go with Cena mentioning Rock writing notes on his wrist cause not only can you tell it took Rock all he had in him to refrain from punching Cena in the mouth but it also legitamently shook him to the point he stumbled on his promo after Cena walked out.
Hey Scott – are we entering the era of the worked-shoot? Between the rash of superstars bitching on twitter, Reigns-Cena, Enzo-Miz, and Dolph's weekly slamming of current and former stars – all with a fair amount of truth – is this what we should expect up and down the card going forward?
A simple yet difficult question :
Which wrestlers had the biggest gap between workrate ability and promo ability (and the other way around)?
My picks :
The Flashback story about Savage going off on Hogan got me thinking.
Are any of these shows available anywhere? Ive looked and can’t seem to find anything.
I didn’t get Radio WWF where I lived at the time.
Did you ever hear any of its content?
I think it would have been cool hearing a ppv being called on the radio.
HelloWith Pete Dunne due to make his NXT full time debut very soon and with the new of PROGRESS Wrestling announcing a Wembley Arena show for next September ( potential capacity of 12,500.00), do you think British Wrestling is the hottest
it's been in living memory?
Holy shit. I’m watching Payback 2013 right now and when Cena comes out for the 3 Stages of Hell match clear as day on the screen, the only sign visible, reads “Don’t Hinder Jinder” I shit you not good sir.
Enjoying the Mae Young recaps. They got me thinking: after decades of fits and starts, WWE finally determined the value of women's wrestling. Curious if you have an opinion on whether it was a specific match that gave the concept credibility (some iteration of Trish and Lita, maybe?) or if it was the work of Fit Finlay as a trainer or if there was some other "turning point" that got us away from "Harvey Wippleman, women's champion" for good?