Daniels Kazarian Styles Samoa Joe John Morrison Bully/Bubba Ray Shelton Benjamin And do you think the WWE will try to get any more big Japanese names into NXT – someone like Nakamura, for example?
blah, blah, big fan, blah, blah….
Two questions are:
1) What is the highest star rating you've given to a Jake Roberts match (that wasn't Royal Rumble 92)?
2) What is your favourite match that ended with a disqualification?
2. If WWE signed a talent like Eric Young or Bobby Roode, would they first be sent to NXT? My guess is yes, as their name recognition alone would not draw any new eyes to WWE programming, or so the WWE higher-ups would believe. They would be seen as guys who need to be re-packaged and re-trained for WWE TV.
Okay, I just thought of a brilliant idea that would make WWE ridiculous amounts of money:
Selling pairs of Daniel Bryan foam fingers for "YES!" chants.
I will readily admit: I am a whore. Legs spread wide. A link to my site on SummerSlam:
My next Kindle book is going to be a compilation of all 30 Coliseum Video rants, but I’m wondering two things before I start putting it together: 1) Would you prefer the original material archived as it was presented, or with Scott Sez comments added to it? 2) If I did go through and add the 2013 updates to everything, would that justify an increased price to you?
I'm not really into wrestling nowadays, but I still buy Wrestlemania most years and check your blog for news now and again.
I know it's a really blunt question, but is John Cena going to beat The Rock clean at Wrestlemania? Obviously it's never 100%, but is that likely? I ask, because it's £15 over here in the UK and I'll buy something better with my cash if that's the case. I simply don't want to see a character I've never really liked go clean over one of my all-time top three favourite wrestlers.
Also, while I'm here, what movies and TV shows have you really liked over the past couple of years? I used to really like your thoughts on 24, Friends, Family Guy, etc. but you don't seem to blog as much about this stuff anymore.
1. Was Scott Norton ever a target for Vince & the WWF? He seems like the kind of power dude they love. He looked like a legit tough guy, had a good heelish look, and had the lumbering, roided power offense Vince loved in the 90s.
Good question. He could have had Norton any time he wanted when the AWA was on their deathbed, so I'm presuming that there wasn't any interest in him.
I think Rick Rude and Randy Savage in 1989 would have been pretty awesome.
AJ Styles. He'd probably be a main eventer today for WWE if they had brought him in instead of cutting the contract loose and letting him go to TNA. But really who knew that a random guy in the cruiserweight tag team division would turn out so awesome?
Wrestlemania VII. It was pretty much planned from even before Warrior won the title in the first place.
6. What ever happened to Dan Spivey? Sid became a multi-time world champ in both promotions, but Spivey never really became anything.
7. In relation to the above question, is there an example of an established tag team having BOTH guys end up really successful? One guy always ends up a bigger star (Hart Foundation, Rockers, Skyscrapers, Edge/Christian), but I guess the Hardys both did fine for themselves?
Yup, Hardys both did good, although Jeff is clearly the bigger star. You could say Windham and Luger, I guess. Dusty Rhodes and Dick Murdoch both did well for themselves.
I also recall hearing that they basically wanted Saturn and took the other three as bonuses.
1. What gimmick would you recycle that hasn't been done in a while? For me, the Bad News Brown esque loner with no ring music might be pretty cool.
———- Forwarded message —— Hey Scott, Long time fan, yada yada. I have a super quick question for you. I'm the global moderator of a pro wrestling forum. In a discussion, someone said that the Liontamer move (Walls of Jericho with a knee to the back of the opponent's head) will be on WWE '13. But a friend of mine said, "Liontamer and Walls of Jericho are the same moves. It was called Liontamer when Jericho was in WCW, but when he went to WWE, the move was named Walls of Jericho. In WWE, even when he put his knee to the back of his opponent's head, commentators called it WoJ (see NXT's debut episode). Liontamer name was not said in WWE, never." But i was thinking that Walls of Jericho (a normal Boston crab) and Liontamer (Boston crab with a knee to the back of opponent's head) are different moves. So i made a quick search, but found out that even when Jericho applied the move with the knee to the head, commentators were calling it Walls of Jericho. So I agreed the way he told. But today, WWE.com had an article. Here's a picture of it: http://i.minus.com/jmWB3g9Z4EMGa.png It confirms my theory and says that Liontamer and WoJ are different moves. So, my question is, what do you (and the Smark community) think about it? ————————- The Walls is the lazy version of the Liontamer.
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