You've mentioned before that Bart wasn't actually deliberately sent out to die against Butterbean at WM15 as punishment for messing up their plans for the Brawl for All. However, since Bart pretty much disappeared from TV after winning the tournament and (as
far as I recall) didn't show up again until the WM build, doesn't that indicate that there was some degree of retribution for knocking out “JR's Boy” even if getting murdered by Butterbean wasn't itself part of it?
Can we address it once and for all? It was the Big Bossman who raised the briefcase. The stipulation was that no one from the corporate ministry was allowed to interfere, so they fired the Bossman, he raised the briefcase which was legit because he now wasn't
a member of the corporate ministry and they hired him back after the match. They never actually said it but I'm sure they trusted their audience to figure it out. They were wrong
DVDs from you. Can you please sell me any? If so, which ones can you sell, and what are your prices? I appreciate greatly your time and consideration.
Reading your repost of the Sting Best Of, I was surprised to read such praise for a Mike Rotunda, a guy I tend to think of as dull to serviceable. Dead on; its a good match and I thank you for leading me to it.
having the chance to see WALTER an Daisuke Sekimoto inmtheir glory, i thought what would have been the outcome of
WALTER vs Vader
Daisuke vs. Stan Hansen.
I guess it would have had a bigger sellout in the 80/90ies.
I miss such power vs. power matches with wrestling skills.
Have a great time
Oh man WALTER vs Vader would have been amazing. He wouldn’t take any shit from Vader either. Build a time machine and make it happen.
If HHH had won KOTR 96 as planned, what were the plans for him? Would he have feuded with Shawn over the WWF Title? Would he still have been involved with the Mr. Perfect angle that happened in the fall?
When they decided to punish him for the curtain call, was there a set amount of time in the beginning? Why did they decide to end it when they did with him winning the IC Title?
I've been watching a fair amount of WWF house shows from the early 80s, and its remarkable how hated Hulk Hogan, Jimmy Snuka and Sergeant Slaughter were given the majority of their WWF career. Would these 3 be the biggest examples of heels turned faces in
I think we all know that Hangman getting the belt is the long game here. It also depends on when Kenny drops the other titles or if he manages to add more, too, I guess. I don’t want to speculate further in storytelling because then HHH might get mad at the internet again, though.
Jumping off the rumors of a possibly impending sale of WWE within the next few years, it got me thinking. Going by all we've learned about Vince McMahon over the years, I can't really fathom him selling and giving up control of his baby as long as he's alive. Over the years, whenever talks of a sale (to NBC, Disney or whoever else) cropped up, I've always had this little scenario in my head, where I could see Wrestlemania 50 being sort of the official “end” of WWE, in a “going out with a bang” kind of way.
By the time Wrestlemania 50 rolls around, Vince will be 86-87 (and probably still jacked) and Steph and Triple H will be in their late 50s-ealy 60s. By then, I could see it make sense to build up Wrestlemania 50 as this “one last giant show” as a goodbye. Do Wrestlemania 50, pull out all the stops, fill the biggest stadium in the U.S. one last time.and then the curtain call. Sell off all your assets, auction off your entire content library to the highest-bidding streaming service, close up shop and let others fill the vacuum afterwards. That way, Vince doesn't have to see someone else take over, and Steph and Triple H can ride off into the sunset and retire comfortably with their kids.
Would you consider such a scenario in any way feasible? How do you see the end of WWE happening? Or will it keep living on in some form.then, now.forever? What will happen to the wrestling landscape once WWE's gone? Will it split into “regional” indies again and rebuild from there?
Speaking of Steph and Triple H's kids: By Wrestlemania 50, Steph's and Shane's kid will all be in their mid-late 20s. Could you see them getting into the business at all (either on the corporate side or as a wrestler?) Could we get Steph's kids vs. Shane's kids in a six-person tag at Wrestlemania 50?As we all know, the more McMahons are on the show, the better it is.for this business! 😉