since Day One, AEW is seen as direct aggressor towards WWE. But what about ROH, Impact, MLW and such?
Sure, no TV deal is made so far and only All In 2 is confirmed…isn't AEW a bigger threat to them?
They seem to be buying everyone that is looking for a quick dollar and a certain name.
It seems they are more dangerous to ROH and NJPW. No matter what WWE Superstar will sign, WWE seems rather being annoyed, while all other promotions keep a low profile.
If you have HBK cost Diesel the title, you could run Shawn/Diesel all year. God 1995 was so fixable it’s a shame it was such a fuck up!
It seems to be a bit of a controversy here about the DX Tank or “tank.”
As HHHistory class has taught us, it was the key moment in when the WWF prevailed over WCW.
Since there’s no riveting Reigns/Luger questions as of late and this is a pressing issue, I present to you this.
Do you consider it a tank or “tank?”
It might just look like a jeep but it has the turret.
There WAS a tank, but it was a week later. A Jeep is not a tank.
Scott Hall went on a (drunken?) mini-Twitter rant labelling Bret a chump and an egomaniac based on Bischoff’s hot take over Hart’s 13 year-biography.
We all know wrestlers have egos and Bret was at the top of that heap, but did he draw or not? I remember him being very popular in an unpopular time for WWE.
Not to mention it’s pretty rich considering the bust Diesel and Shawn both were, and Razor being a non-factor until the nWo came around with evil Hollywood really getting it going.
I’ve always wondered why “cool guys” like Hall & Nash made no bones about jumping ship whenever the pay check suited them, and basically admitting doing it for the money; but slagged Bret who has never hidden the fact he does it for the fame & glory in business he was raised in. Is that so bad? I didn’t see “selfish” Bret abandon WWE until he was all but forced to.
But that’s my opinion and and I could be wrong.
Yeah, it's pretty ironic hearing SCOTT HALL call someone an egomaniac considering the lengths and he and his big buddy would go to in WCW to avoid doing jobs.
Kevin Owens has to be the best. Undisputed Era are the only ones who have a remote chance at at topping that one. Then there's Samoa Joe which was very good.
Any other ones come close to those two?
So unless they're working double duty (and I don't know how well that would work anyway), are they really going to end the Ciampa/Gargano program without a proper blowoff?
I'm all for fresh talent on the main roster, but I just feel insulted by this. If it wasn't obvious before, this just shows how little Vince thinks of NXT.
Also, it looks like Gargano and Ciampa's ceiling on the main roster is as a tag team. Not the worst thing in the world — especially if given opportunities to work great matches and elevate the tag division — but it's a little disappointing to see the geeks on commentary pretend the last year + never existed. Much better than them getting buried as singles competitors.
I don't know, maybe I'm being premature and overreacting, but I guess I am just at the point where I'll always assume the worst. What are your thoughts?
So the question has to be asked – was this intentional on Vince’s part? Kind of a humble the guy who came from WCW kind of deal?
Also – I wonder if there was a place on the card for Show to be booked like he should have. Rock and Austin were on fire and pretty clearly needed to be the main event in my opinion. What should have Shows place on the card been?
Thanks as always!
https://youtu.be/O-sLiA0cP0A Can you imagine if something like this
got out in 1979?
Yeah, I heard about that one on Observer Radio. Dave was rolling his eyes so hard that you could nearly hear them pop out of his head. The media literally would have discovered the work two hours into the angle! You can't just fake a plane crash and expect no one to follow up.