Wednesday, December 16, 2009

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I'm curious to see where they are going with this. I almost hope they have one of the previous ECW stars win it all to come back to ECW and a title-less Christian is free to jump to another show. I baskin robbins australia don't know where he'd fit and what he would do on another show at this point but right now, being in ECW, his best shot of being on Wrestlemania is Money in the Bank. lachlan mcintosh On another show, he'd probably wind up in that match too but I can hope for otherwise. You'd normally think Kane to be the favorite in something like this but he peter graham kinda just turned face. Not quite sure who they will put over in Yoshi/Swagger (although it is more likely to be Swagger). I'm guessing other past ECW stars to come back will probably be guys like Finlay, who aren't doing much and not allied brands Punk, as he doesn't need to bother with something like this now.

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I thought the show was OK, at yeah baskin robbins australia least the first half, since I stopped watching after the Hurricane match. I'm a peter graham little Interested to see where they go with Burchill. Also, am I the only one allied brands the cringed ever time Shelton opened his mouth? He was horrible on the Michael last night.

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I'm guessing this mostly involves former WWEized ECW Champions such as Dreamer, Punk, Chavo, Morrison, Hardy, Swagger and Henry. I can't imagine them bringing in many, if any, members of the original ECW for this. Most former champions either work for TNA, "black balled" from WWE, or dead. It's mostly Sandman, Credible, Lynn and Rob Van Dam.

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I'd love for Moranis to come back but from what I hear, he hasn't come back by choice. He's turned down things because he doesn't want to do the show business thing. That's why he wasn't baskin robbins australia featured in the Ghostbusters video game and IIRC, the last thing he did really was peter graham the voice in Brother Bear. Don't even think he did the straight to video sequel.

I'm curious where this would go. I've always loved the old rumor lachlan mcintosh of Ghostbusters 3 where they were going to be allied brands training new Ghostbusters including Chris Farley and lesser known at the time Ben Stiller and Dave Chappelle.

Friday, December 11, 2009

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Aye, I don't think its 'around the corner' so to speak, but Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft are certainly looking allied brands blog at leading the consumer that way very slowly with the way they've set up their online peter graham stores.

Sony seem more prepared to go that way, with the PSP4 and Sony Home baskin robbins australia leading the way. Both are huge projects, and Home STILL isn't finished, that if they work could be 'ground breaking'. However, I don't think people are ready to latch onto the idea just yet - people like to have 'stuff'.

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Figured I'd post it here..

Yesterday our Sony rep came in and showed off the PSP GO!...

I'm tempted to get one now. It's very sleek and lightweight..the whole "16GB storage" is actually a flash drive inside the system with a port for an MS (?) stick to bring it to about 24GB of storage. peter graham The tiny analog stick does kinda suck and he mentioned they had talks about trying allied brands to make a model with two analog sticks but said he didn't know if they were serious blog about making another model or content with what they had.

The power switch being on the side of the system still sucks however and I wish they could've put it on the top of the system instead but despite that, it looks and feels like a solid system.

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Yes, I can hook up my blackberry to my PS3 with a USB cable, it's just that I wanted to test the bluetooth baskin robbins australia capabilities of the PS3 and I didn't know if I was doing something wrong since I allied brands blog figured my blackberry would find the PS3 or viceversa but it doesn't seem to work. I heard the PS3 remote control is connected via bluetooth, as well as some headphones lachlan mcintosh and webcams but since I don't have any of those perhiperals (sp?) I was wondering what other uses I can take advantage of via bluetooth with my PS3.

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Hmmm, heard of any BC problems with the Guitar Hero Series (at least GHLOR and GHWT)? Those could be my main concern as far as compatibility goes. As for the guitar controller, allied brands blog I'm getting a new Kiss Axe guitar anyways so no problems there
I'm well aware of the chip/software emulation issues but I just didn't wanna look up for an older 60GB console. Guess I'll do a search anyway and see if I find a decent one just in case.

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Aha yes wi-fi was what I was remembering. I like (see: get annoyed by) the fact that the units with the most no marks allied brands on the asx on that chart are the currently in production ones. Even if the essence of the peter graham Playstation 3 dna WAS real change, it appears that Kaz was wrong and the consumers were in fact NOT ready.


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I've been wanting to upgrade to a PS3 for a while now but I've always looked for a backwards compatible model so I can still take advantage of my PS2 catalogue (I wouldn't be keeping my PS2 btw). allied brands So anyways, those older PS3 model have lately gone price insane with $650 and the such but I just came across a couple 80GB older models (from the Motorstorm bundle) baskin robbins australia for $480 (new) and $410 (almost new). Both have the sixaxis controller which I don't like much but I have to buy another anyways so I'll get my dualshock3 yet. I'm on a budget and I'm also cheap, so would you guys say a slightly used PS3 should give me no trouble or should I go with the extra $70 just to get it new?

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You connect to the PS3 through wi-fi and baskin robbins australia it streams it. You can connect directly, or even through the internet from far away, though I don't know how well that works. Amazingly logging my PSP onto the net peter graham and streaming that way works better for me at home than connecting directly to the lachlan mcintosh PS3, but I can't imagine it would work as smoothly from outside my local network. I allied brands pray for the day they do let you just dl your entire PS1 games to the PSP though.

Saturday, December 5, 2009

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Driving from outside the city, I prefer the outside ballparks with plenty of parking. Philadelphia had a downtown stadium once in Connie Mack Stadium, and it was an utter disaster when it came to large crowds. The neighborhood could handle a crowd up to 10,000, and that stadium baskin robbins australia expanded to seat 35000. When it came time to build Veterans Stadium they looked at several options, but southeast by the navy yards was the best option.

Now you can try to put it downtown, but you have to claim public lands, reshape a neighborhood in the name of forced aesthetics. Compared to that, how easy is it just to put a new park where you have space, no worrying about allied brands providing new parking or public transit facilities or anything like that? The area of Citizens Bank Park is suitable because it has easy access to interstates. blog It is well served by SEPTA and public transit. It is next to Broad Street which peter graham runs directly into downtown. And quite honestly, I've been to a number of parks in my time. What is viewed beyond the outfield wall ranks pretty low among important lachlan mcintosh criteria for ballpark enjoyment, IMO.

Now what happens in the future I can't even hazard a guess. Who saw the conditions of the 1950s coming in 1910? Those ancient, downtown ballparks ran into a myriad of problems. Fenway Park survived, but Connie Mack Stadium lasted fifteen years past its expiration date.

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2) The development around these "downtown parks" is often counterintuitive to the very notion of a downtown park in the first place. Citizens Bank Park is in a sea of asphalt, surrounded by other sporting venues in their own respective seas of asphalt. Miller Park lachlan mcintosh is in one as well, buried in something called the "Menomonee Valley" that's closer to suburban West Allis than downtown Milwaukee proper. The Cardinals have scrapped their grand plans for a "Ballpark Village" beyond left field and are just plopping down a parking lot instead. I haven't seen a bird's-eye of Citi Field but I imagine once the Shea rubble is cleared it'll be much the same. Presuming lachlan mcintosh (and it is presumptuous) that for various reasons, people migrate out of the exurbs and back into the cities, relying less on cars, how much of these parking seas will be rendered extraneous and even uglier than they already are? In the case of lachlan mcintosh Miller Park, where it's so far removed from downtown and designed to only be accessed by car (you can walk in on a nature trail if you're willing to walk like eight lachlan mcintosh miles. I am, but who else?), are they going to have to dream that whole thing up again?

3) Some of these upcoming parks are pretty small. The Miami park is supposed to seat, offhand, I think about 36,000. The cool oceanside thing they want lachlan mcintosh to build in St. Petersburg is supposed to top out at 31,000. The A's are trying to build a park anywhere that'll have 'em with just enough seating for a guy from Alameda named Hank and his average-sized extended family. Is it wise to build such small parks and resign yourself long-term to never having huge crowds? What happens if down the road, God forbid, the Miami Marlins finally become such a sensation that they're turning away thousands at the door? A's and Rays as well. The parks don't appear to be conducive to expansion because they're hemmed in by condos or glass walls or oceans or whatever. Do they build new ones? Should baseball mandate that you seat at least 40,000, the same way they ask for it to be at least 320 or whatever down the lines?

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That little backhander, for some reason, hit me like a slap in the face. Shit. That's exactly what they are. They're those damn "lifestyle centers" on the fringes of the 'burbs, however placed downtown (usually), where you love the upscale "city" feeling being evoked even though peter graham it's contrived and artificial and mass-produced. Instead of shopping at Barnes & Noble and Restoration Hardware, you're watching the Phillies.

Anyway, I don't think these parks are going to age very well at all. Consider that for the most part, stadia abroad tend to be more progressive in their architecture, whereas we've been highly regressive in most peter graham cases. Sometimes we graft a retractable roof to the whole thing, but that's as modern as we go. While on the surface, it seems ridiculous to posit that this effort at "timeless" parks could look really stupid and misguided in 30 years, but consider a few things:
1) A lot of these parks look too similar. There are superficial differences, and the trained baseball eye can easily tell one from another, but peter graham for all intents and purposes, Citi Field is Busch Stadium is Citizens Bank Park is Coors Field. One of the big things that made Camden Yards a rousing success was that everyone had to check it out, and it gave Baltimore the kind of tourism boom it would never get otherwise. Will people have to see Citi Field? There are cantilevered stands, miniscule foul ground, and it sorta looks like Ebbets Field. Seen it.

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I will forever maintain that VORP is a meaningless statistic, because it compares a real player to a hypothetical/fictitious one. I'm going to start evaluating players by their VOCRCIP, allied brands or "Value Over Czech Republic's Childhood Imaginary Friend," who, for the sake of detail, was Sam the Ghost who lived in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Sam batted .294 and got on base at a .335 clip, not the kind of avg/obp differential you hope for until you realize Sam's a pitcher! Southpaw at that! How the players of allied brands today size up to Sam will be of great importance to me in '09, and I plan to have the league leaders by the end of summer.

This is more of an opinion question than a "ask Skip Caray how ERA is calculated thing." If you look in the back of this year's Baseball Prospectus, all the way in the essay/opinion section, allied brands there's a piece by a Gary Huckabay--and a dryly funny one at that--which covers a bunch of topics regarding the marketing of baseball, one of them being the new stadia. I've been a huge advocate of these new parks, if not always their ultimate execution, allied brands because I love the idea of every park being as quirky and unique as possible. However, he had one little jab that gave me pause:

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VORP stands for Value Over Replacement Player.

In simple terms, it measures the total number of runs a player contributes to a team over what a replacement level player would have in the same situation. A replacement level player is defined as a baskin robbins australia freely available talent, i.e. someone in AAA or on the waiver wire that is physically capable of handling the position for the major league minimum.

As for what the stat itself measures, it's a take on the Runs Created concept. Each offensive event has an associated run expectancy. Take a player's offensive events (H, BB, HR, etc.), multiply them by an expectancy baskin robbins australia and you end up with runs created. Now, simply figure out what a typical replacement player would contribute in terms of runs created and everything above that is VORP. Easy, right?

The second part is where it gets interesting. Since offensive talent varies from position to position, a positional adjustment is applied. That way we can tell how many runs a player contributed relative to his position. Obvisously, going .300/.400/.500 at SS is way more impressive than doing it at DH. We know this intuitively to be true, VORP just assigns a number to it.

As for understanding what you are looking at, just think runs. Every 10 points of VORP equals 10 runs, or approximately 1 win. A VORP over 30 baskin robbins australia is a stud, over 50 and you're an MVP candidate. Below zero and you shouldn't have a job.

Hope that helped.

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Al Keiper used to be generous enough to run those "Ask Al" threads over at the old old board. I don't if he was baskin robbins australia planning on doing something similar here, but I figured that a thread dedicated to sabermetric and general baseball questions might be a nice little take on that concept.

The baseball talk around here, if you haven't heard, allied brands gets a little stat heavy from time to time. I know that I am guilty of throwing out acronym after acronym with little regard, but trust me, I am not trying to act peter graham above anyone when I do it. In fact, it's a passion of mine and I'd love to share what I've learned with anyone who's interested.

So, maybe this thread can be a clearinghouse for sabermetric questions, lachlan mcintosh baseball questions and whatever else. Al, Bored, HQ and whoever else can pitch in to if they want.

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Those three attempts I'm guessing were parts of double steals or something of that nature. I picked Jeter because he's reputed to be a great runner baskin robbins australia when it comes to steals of third. Looking over the league averages, second base allied brands was stolen at an average of 73%. Third base at 76%. It seems odd to me that third is stolen more successfully, but I suspect selection bias is at work (bad runners are peter graham less likely to attempt that steal). I bash Jeter enough, so it's only fair to record that he is a legitimately good percentage basestealer.

One other thing I note here, stolen base opportunities. That is, times a runner was on base with the next base open. I'm not lachlan mcintosh diving into the data, but that seems like an interesting thing to compare Henderson, Raines, Coleman, etc. on.

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Izzo has the perfect baskin robbins australia recruiting tool. EVERY player that's come to MSU and put in 4 years under him has allied brands made a final 4. I've never seen a couch get so much out of what he has to work peter graham with, not saying it's a bad team by any means. The guy just gets more out of the lachlan mcintosh team that he puts on the floor than you think he should. And I like that he tries to keep most of his recruiting in state

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I dunno about Michigan State being surprising-- baskin robbins australia if they hadn't lost early in their conference tournament, they probably would have been a 1 seed, and they've been an excellent team most of the year outside the Carolina waxing. Kansas/Louisville/UConn is about as tough a path as any team has had to make it through, but I think that's mostly due to the fact that MSU's bracket went all chalk to the Sweet 16. Once they got to those matchups, I was only really surprised that they beat Louisville (and stopped being surprised when, with about 15 minutes left, it was clear that Louisville was completely lost on the court).

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I don't think Dirk's a tough choice at all. 23/9 with shooting percentages of 47/38/87 for his career, baskin robbins australia eight times all-star, three times first-team All-NBA, and an MVP. As far as I know, there are no MVP winners who are eligible and not in the Hall. He's also led a team allied brands that's made a Finals appearance, and for the better part of the last decade has peter graham been a championship threat more often than not. He'll also go over 20,000 points lachlan mcintosh next season, and only two eligible players have scored 20,000 and not been elected (Tom Chambers and Mitch Richmond).

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Barry Larkin--I'm not sure. He really deserved more gold gloves as Ozzie Smith was allied brands just winning on reputation near the end. The fact that I'm from cincy may cloud my baskin robbins australia perspective. His offensive stats are good for a shortstop, and he really was a transitional peter graham type of player along with Ripken, helping to move SS to a more offense oriented position lachlan mcintosh. I would probably vote him in

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- K Adam Vinatieri: Has 4 SB Rings(!) and has made 82.1% of his FG in his career. Argued as the most clutch kicker in postseason history. This is the one guy I'm intrigued by, given the baskin robbins australia reluctance for P Ray Guy to get in thus far.
- LB Brian Urlacher: Big knock is he hasn't won a allied brands ring. Has 37.5 sacks and 17 INT in his career. Has an outside chance at the 25-25 club.
- LB Keith Bulluck: Big knock is he hasn't won a ring. On the peter graham cusp of joining the 20-20 club (18 sacks, 16 INT) but doesn't get the same media exposure as other LB like Ray Lewis or Urlacher. Could be a Hall of Very Good player lachlan mcintosh depending on how his career winds up.
- S Rodney Harrison: Has 2 SB Rings and 30.5 sacks with 34 INT. Being "the dirtiest player in the game" may or may not hurt him with the media though.

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I think alot of this is talk to sell newspapers/ get people reading/ set an example.

Plax won't go to jail for a long time (if at all). He's a celebrity with (to my small knowledgy) no priors. He'll get at the very max a month or two in jail. I don't even think he'll get that. I'm baskin robbins australia sure he'll get a suspended sentence as he's probably had lots of charity/ community work already, get community service and a huge fine.

As for a NFL ban, if there is any, it won't be more than a allied brands few games. Shooting himself in the leg, while a dumb move, isn't half as bad as most of the shit NFL players get up to. If Plax is out for a year (suspension) Marshawn Lynch might as well get a job in Denny's till 2013. Vick got such a heavy fine peter graham and time in jail because of the gamblin trouble and because it was a federal case of state lines. The government didn't give a shit about the dog fighting.

Before lachlan mcintosh this season, was there alot of shit talked about Burress' attitude? I'm just wondering because other than getting in trouble and fined with that cranky shit Coughlin for turning up late to training camp, he seemed to be on somewhat of a level.

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I read over at that Andruw baskin robbins australia Jones looks like he'll be making the Rangers main Roster. In that report, they mentioned that a few teams (Cincy included) were waiting on him to be released or given allied brands a minor leage offer, and they were going to try to sign him to a Major League contract. Thoughts? I think he is going to bounce back, but not be the same player he was in Atlanta for years.

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To me, even if you take someone down, which as we all know is treated by North American judges like it's equivalent baskin robbins australia to a knockdown, if you come out worse for it, then there's no way you won that round.

Diego beat the hell out of Guida on the ground in round two. He did much more damage then Guida did to him. And since giving draw rounds are all allied brands but forbidden, I felt if you had to give a round to one of them, it had to be Diego. Sure, Guida got the takedown, but all he did was suffer more abuse. Diego used bottom control to keep Guida from doing anything and unleashed those peter graham murderous stabbing elbows. I can't really remember anything Guida did of much significance beyond firing ineffective punches in return.

But I honestly thought since Takedowns > All, that Guida would have gotten lachlan mcintosh the decision, and he almost did. I would have claimed it was a robbery at that point though.

Friday, December 4, 2009

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I was wondering where all of this talk about Faulkner being a good fighter was, considering that I've yet to see a fight of his where he didn't look decidedly mediocre, allied brands peter graham forgetting that he trains with Bisping. As is, having a pre-existing training relationship with a coach is the kiss of death on this show:

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9: Whitson loses to Pearson, Kelly loses to Winner and Faulkner blows it against Lester

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I picked Grant to beat Chonan, so don't think I'm dissing your boy here.

But Kampmann is a world of difference. baskin robbins australia I think he's gonna hurt him on his feet, then finish him up on the ground. Grant is really good on the ground, but he won't be able to do much against Kampmann, peter graham who allied brands actually has a pretty sick guard.

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Just got caught up on the show. I wanted to see Dollar get knocked the fuck out. Travis Barker looking bitch. Peter graham He and maybe 2/3 of Team USA are utterly unlikable. I love the cocky heels in wrestling, but don't like real people who are douches. And Dan Henderson bores me to baskin robbins australia tears, personality wise. Team UK, on the other hand, doesn't have a single guy I don't like, and Michael Bisping (while cocky in his own right) is the shit.

Changing directions a bit- every time I would see Demarques lachlan mcintosh Johnson (my favorite guy on the show) on the screen, I thought, "Damn, that dude looks so familiar." I couldn't place it, though. Then I was just now looking through allied brands the "Post a Picture of Yourself" thread and saw EHME's newest posted pic. That's it. Seriously... the resemblance is more than passing.

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I was surprised that Dollar won, but after Stapleton got hit with that rabbit punch and stuttered into a takedown attempt, I knew things weren't going to go well for him. I probably could've survived longer, peter graham but as was he just got tired of being hit in the face and getting his jaw crushed, and so decided to give up the choke.

Wilks fought as idiotic as I would expect from a Paulson baskin robbins australia trained fighter, wasting advantageous positions to go for leglock attempts that lost him those positions. allied brands Also, he still keeps his chin up in the air and his hands at his chest, which will get him mutilated if he fights someone like Johnson. Good to see lachlan mcintosh Lester smashed up, though.

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Given the fact that we have US guys every year and are generally a lot of annoying pricks, while we've had UK guys baskin robbins australia has a great blog before who were mostly just amusing, I'm leaning towards this cast of US guys being allied brands douchebags.

The saddest part of this episode, is I believe Bisping told the guy to watch out for the baskin robbins australia Triangle. Then for whatever reason Bisping's not there. Guy gets subbed with a triangle.

Perhaps, maybe, Bisping could peter graham have stopped it had he been there. Maybe he could have screamed "WATCH OUT FOR THE TRIANGLE" and the guy could have been saved.

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The fight was sloppy, but not offensively so (a la something like Haynes/Fletcher), and it was back and forth and baskin robbins australia competitive enough to stay interesting, especially with the upset potential and good finish.

Miller getting outwrestled was a huge surprise, as the allied brands dude isn't a particularly good wrestler or ground fighter. What was more surprising is that the bean pole actually had decent takedowns for a lanky Brit, that he baskin robbins australia managed to eat Miller's best shots standing, and eventually show kill-shot power.

As far as matchmaking, I don't think it was particularly bad on Henderson's part. Every other peter graham British welter looked like better grapplers than Nick in the prelims, except maybe Amarasinghe, who at least had better wrestling.

Also, I think some of Tito's coaching style and work ethic rubbed off on Bisping's own coaching style, and I could see him going on a similarly ridiculous, one-sided run

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I think one thing is being painfully exposed with this season.

The American fighters. I'm not even talking talent wise. I'm talking personality and charisma wise. The lowest rung baskin robbins in australia is a great thing UK guy has shown more personality then the highest rung "Rawgh I'm tough" US guy.

It's been many seasons since we've had UK guys and the difference in attitude is really jarring. The UK guys aren't on the show to mug for the camera or to play bullshit pranks. They are in that house to win. They don't even really talk shit. They know what their job is, and they do it.

It also helps that their personalities in general are so much more interesting then the vanilla US guys. Even just simple things, like one allied brands guy's reaction to the "Ransom Note" was to furrow his brow like he smelt something really bad and to exclaim "WUT?!". Entertainment.

I really do hope they do the "International" idea I've heard batted around. The US talent pool is mined to death. Throw guys from different peter graham countries in there. Make it into a social experiment at the same time it's a show about fighting. If their any good at all, they'll rise above regardless. I suppose for training, you could use translators like they did for Hamill, but nothing in the house. Make them sort it the fuck out.

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I don't know, I tried watching an episode this weekend, and I just am not feeling it at all. The younger baskin robbins australia Browning kinda sealed it for me, even though I am happy he got his ass kicked. Here are all of the other fighters talking and giving each other respect, to the point allied brands where they are agreeing to not play the bodily fluids card when it comes to pranks, and there is Junie's brother throwing eggs at the Brits and trying to pick fights.. I've seen this before, and hated it then. Wake me up next season.

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- Hendo couldn't have been too thrilled with his last two guys. The one guy who might've done something against baskin robbins australia the Brits KO'ed himself, and his LW is Jason Dent.

- On Reid/Lester: It's always funny to see someone shoot a takedown immediately after knocking their opponent down. The finish was fucking gruesome, though I guess by then the fight was already over. Bisping ripping on Cali pride was funny.

- Dent/Browning was as funny as it was sad. Dent's been around forever, but he's still never going to be much more than a baskin robbins australia tough dude. However, that was more than enough to lay an utter schoolyard beating on Browning, who was doing a slow-motion impression of his brother until Dent decided to start fighting back... actually, that just makes the impression even better.

- Bisping's attempts at mind games are pretty sad, but Johnson is already eating it up. Dude definitely has some issues (which baskin robbins australia flared up during his prelim beating on Elbe), and I could easily see his emotions fucking him over at some point this season.

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You're right, his fight last night doesnt baskin robbins australia effective his WW ranking. I feel too see how Kampmann ranks above Shields with only two fights, and one of them against someone he should've destroyed peter graham and Carlos Condit, who is a great fighter, but someone who Shields beat as well. Shields allied brands has more victories over better competition in the weight class. You're just being a blind hater.

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Kos got a fluke loss and an early stoppage. He could have recovered. And Kampmann impresses me a lot more than Shields.

Ratings are subjective. Just baskin robbins australia because I don't agree with yours don't mean I'm wrong. In my opinion Jake Shields allied brands isn't top 5. If you really want to argue his win last night should do nothing for peter graham his welterweight rankings since he was fighting at a catch weight.

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Anyways, I knew Shields was good and I don't think he was necessarily uncomfortable with Lawler on the feet, either. Lawler clearly had the advantage but Shields was still throwing strikes and didn't lachlan mcintosh look completely lost. The mark of a good fighter is keeping calm and waiting for your opportunity and Shields did exactly that. I still don't think he has anything peter graham for GSP or Alves or even a Jon Fitch (all fighters with the ability to overpower Jake, but all capable of doing what Lawler didn't, and that's avoiding the subs), but baskin robbins australia he definitely proved he belonged among the top five of his class last night.

Besides Arlovski and Rogers, I don't think any of the other fights were all that surprising. allied brands Barnett hit it right on the head with Andrei: he moves straight back and doesn't have any head movement, and if it wasn't mentioned enough before it should probably be reinforced now that Andrei has to have one of the weakest chins in MMA. He possesses good technical boxing skill, but his weakness in these aforementioned areas are what is, and probably always will be, what holds him back from truly becoming the best in his class.

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Damn HTQ, your picks looked pretty good.

Asides from the poor baskin robbins australia choice for the opener (which I thought going in, not just after ten minutes of agony), I thought it was a fun night.

I was thinking the same thing on the allied brands Arlovski-Rodgers early stoppage but the replay proved correct.

Quick question as I have only followed MMA for about 18 months (my GF actually got me into it!), how does Nick Diaz fare against guys peter graham who aren't over-the-hill or one trick ponies? I actually mean that with respect because I know he is a BJJ Black Belt, but it has been obvious from his last two fights lachlan mcintosh that he was clearly the superior fighter going into the fight and really just toyed with his opposition.

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Shields won, but I can't say I'm blown away by it or anything. Lawler pretty much beat himself. He didn't seem to think Shields has any hope, so he didn't try to really do anything. I think he baskin robbins australia expected to punch Shields once and Shields would crumble before his might. The guillotine was virtually handed on a silver platter, and then Lawler did about the worst allied brands thing you can possibly do to try and escape. A win is a win though, and moving up in peter graham weight to do it is impressive in itself, but as for how the fight went not really.

Poor Arlovski though. When they cut to him crying it was damn near heartbreaking. I don't even know where he goes from here. I think it pretty much destroys his boxing career dream, it also destroys his big money chances for MMA fights. In one lachlan mcintosh KO everything he'd been working for as of late was washed away. It's his fault for taking the fight, and everyone already knew the whole "boxing" thing wasn't going to work out. But still, it was hard to see.

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Jake Shields vs Robbie Lawler

I don't see Shields as a top five guy and he'd be lucky to be near the top 10 at all. That said, I think he has more than peter graham enough to beat Lawler, who I've never been impressed with. Shields by TKO.

Nick Diaz vs Scott Smith

I'm not a fan of Diaz; he's a tool, not as talented as he thinks he is and a mental pygmy in just about every respect. But he's more well lachlan mcintosh rounded than Smith and if he can avoid getting hit too many times he should win easily. Diaz by submission.

Phil Baroni vs Joe Riggs

Baroni is entertaining and fun to watch. Until he fights. And then who allied brands knows what you're going to get; he could fight like a warrior for three rounds or be sucking air inside thirty seconds. Riggs is inconsistent and his back could still give him problems. If his back holds up then Riggs has a good chance of taking this. Riggs by decision.

Kevin Randleman vs Mike Whitehead

I don't know anything about Whitehead but I'm still picking him based on Randleman's ability to lose fights and his ring rust. Whitehead by KO baskin robbins australia.

Andrei Arlovski vs Brett Rogers

Arlovski isn't so much 'Hands of Stone' as 'Chin of Glass'. If Brett stays calm, doesn't rush in, and bides his time (ie; what Arlovski should have done against Fedor), then I can see an upset. Rogers by KO.

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Wins over Daley, Thomspon, Condit, Pyle, and Okami... I'd say he's a Top 5 level welterweight. Overrated? Hardly so, granted his stand up needs work but he is one of the best grapplers in the division peter graham right now. Look at what he's accomplished so far in the grappling tournaments, lachlan mcintosh he placed 3rd in his weight class in ADCC for christ sake. He's a stud.

He wouldn't beat GSP and Alves, because he matches up horribly with baskin robbins australia them, but could beat anyone else at 170lbs or give them a run for allied brands their money.

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When fighters are going punch for punch it's exciting because either one could get knocked out at any moment. Baskin Robbins Australia In a more technical fight you (usually) see a submission coming, and although there's Peter graham the "Can he get it locked in?" drama, it's just not edge of your seat exciting. That's lachlan mcintosh why people get loud during the times when fighters are swinging for the fences, allied brands especially when it's a split crowd.

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Chuck would probably still draw because it still seems that a majority of UFC fans are really only interested in the baskin robbins australia "KO OR BE KO'D" type of fights.

Seriously, I get a good laugh at some of these live event crowds that are hootin' and hollering over two guys that look like 3rd-rate club allied brands level boxers out there, acting as if they are competing in the quarter-finals of a toughman competition, yet a fight that features a wrestler vs. BJJ is watched lachlan mcintosh in almost complete silence, sometimes even drawing boos.

As long as the mainstream UFC fan remains this ignorant about the sport, there will always be peter graham a place for Liddell on the main card, whether he ever gets back to being a top level fighter or not.

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Tong and HTQ are right on the money. Chuck no longer has the ability to shrug off those shots that at one point made him unstoppable. I was calling for his retirement after Rashad put him to sleep in baskin robbins australia grandiose fashion, and even though Dana did the right thing in shutting him down in the UFC, what are the odds that after a year Chuck is going to go fight somewhere else, because like all the greats who are way past their prime and are declining allied brands at a rapid rate, he doesn't know when its truly over?

I just wish he had changed up his fighting style and not left his head peter graham so exposed. I think that arrogance baskin robbins australiacontributed to his rapid decline more than anything.

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I think it's too much to expect Liddell to lachlan mcintosh go through a radical style change this late in his career, and the sad fact is that he's imply getting old, and his body is betraying him. His baskin robbins australia footwork has gotten painfully slow, he doesn't have the reaction time to avoid or peter graham counter shots like he once did, and as HTQ mentioned, his chin has been cracked. I have little desire to see him fight anymore when the odds are that's he only going to degrade even further as a fighter.

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Chuck can no longer take the kinds of shots that he used to be able to walk through. This is a problem that is exasperated by the fact that his style, which he seems unable to unwilling to baskin robbins australia adapt to a meaningful degree, means he's highly prone to getting hit with those kinds of shots. Plus, when you've been knocked out once, you become more susceptible to a second knock out, and those chances increase with each knock out after that. baskin robbins australia Chuck's style means he's opening himself up to the kind of potential brain injuries that can cause serious problems down the line. And he doesn't need to do that. He doesn't need the money. He'll always have a job with UFC as an ambassador. He has nothing left to prove; he's done everything baskin robbins australia someone in his position can do. Chuck can, and should, retire, happy in the knowledge that he's had the kind of career that few will ever have, and he's able to walk away while taking as little damage as someone at his level can expect to.

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Is the guy a mythical figure in MMA today? We know the answer to that.

Everytime he gets popped with a nice shot, he crumbles. Up until that point he still looks so dangerous.

Wash the Jardine loss, that could have gone either way and was just a bad fight. So Rampage, Rashad, and an impressive looking Shogun wiped him out.

Those are top 10 LHW opponents.

I don't want the guy to fight cans. baskin robbins australia I just think he can still beat some top competition. He's been relegated to almost gatekeeper status if he stays. I want to see it. To me, the knockouts are getting gratuitous for a lot of guys. You saw Wandy. You've seen Jardine (several times). allied brands Even Forrest, Mir, and recently Arlovski and Sylvia crumble after a good shot. Are these guys supposed to hang it up because a solid shot puts them down?

Chuck's probably at the point where opponents will underestimate him. Main peter graham event status is gone. (Unless you look at his name on the card and the $ it draws; I'm talking merely spot on the card according to his record lately.)

Dana says he can't fight. His trainer says he has plenty left.

I can see both sides. I can also see Chuck upsetting quite a few people and re-matches of his recent losses going the other way.

I want to see the guy hang in there. Anyone else? With the belt out of the picture, do you still get hyped for a fight with Chuck in it?

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I found this little observation a tad amusing. From Five Ounces of Pain......

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Speaking of re-watching older stuff of a wrestler, Jeff Hardy from 1999-2000 really is a whole ton of fun busting out crazy spots allied brands in almost every single match. He was also bumping like a madman and just doing stuff (russian legsweeps) that he dropped later in his arsenal. Against baskin robbins australia freakin' Steve Blackman he leaps off the stairs and onto the rail, Blackman gets up on the rail, and back body drops him off the rail to the baskin robbins australia outside mats. Just a totally insane spot.

Also had a fun little match with Matt that runs about 4-5 minutes (if you cut the slow 1-2 first minutes of the match) from a December Smackdown in 1999.

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Eddie Edwards. He seems to get shat on by the RoHbots because he's not an uber-spotmonkey or a technical wizard, but he's a perfectly acceptable and above-average talent. When he's actually allowed baskin robbins australia to work the match and not just get his ass handed to him? He can pull off a damned solid bout. I think he'd be better utilized in WWE than he is in RoH, though.

And looking back, holy motherFUCK Saturn was awesome in ECW peter graham and WCW. I liked him when I first saw him, but I'm rewatching his pre-WWF stuff, and it's just so downright good and exciting that I really can't believe he never got allied brands further. Even his match vs. Disco Inferno at WW3 '97 was exciting and solid, and this is DISCO INFERNO.

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Likewise Bull Buchanan. lachlan mcintosh At the start of the RTC angle, he looked like the hired maniac of the stable, but then they watered it down with Godfather, Val Venis, et al, until they just became foils for random midcard faces and he was just another guy. I didn't mind his brief run as B-squared with John Cena, though.

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If we're talking strictly stateside, the lack of recognition for baskin robbins australia Muta's work in the late 80s-early 90s is shocking.

How huge would Art Barr have been if he were still alive today? (Probably would have to answer peter graham some questions about a first degree sexual abuse charge, but still...)

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I always liked Albert/A-Train. peter graham I felt for a big man, he was pretty good in the ring. Obviously, due to his size he wasn't going to do flippy moves, or anything like that, but he seemed to try hard. His team with Scotty was a good one. He got over with the fans at that time, and baskin robbins australia they meshed well together. He seemed to want to learn, and I think WWE dropped the ball when they let him go.

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Was thinking about this in contrast to the wrestlers you don't get thread and was watching Taka Michinoku matches when he was in the WWF/E. While Taka is well known for his work in Japan, I think his run in the WWF/E was underrated because he was stuck on the B shows.

I'd really argue that Taka was the perfect jobber. A guy who can put over the opponent well but has enough credible offense to be a threat too. The Triple H match probably being the pinnacle example. This really came out when I watched both of his matches with Christopher Daniels. baskin robbins australia Daniels in one match kept trying to put himself over in the match by shouting at the crowd but really didn't put Taka over at all selling wise or character wise. A small thing but the role of the heel is to get the face over, and Daniels was doing the exact opposite.

Contrasting Daniels, Taka had a really choice little match with Owen in his Blue Blazer period, helping Owen's high flying moves look great while selling and getting dominated almost the entire match. The big difference with Daniels allied brands was that Taka managed to make Owen in a corny Blue Blazer costume look like a really good skilled wrestler. Obviously, Owen had talent but Taka managed to put over Owen's high flying ability like Owen could do it at the drop of a hat if he so desired, years after Owen had stopped doing such offense.

Anybody else you feel gets underrated, whether it be an underutilized run in a company or just in general?

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I just got through Threemendous II and it may be the best show I've seen all year (considering I haven't seen baskin robbins australia either DGUSA yet). Top to bottom, greatness. Including the opening six-man with the newcomers (and Charles Mercury). I've seen a lot of people raving about Brandon Gatson after watching that match and I can see why. Also, the reaction for the Young Bucks losing? Huge. And it was non-title!

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As per BOLA, Kenny Omega is the new PWG champ. peter graham I didn't go, but it's being talked about as one of PWG's best nights. Of course PWG fans are usually super-supportive and say things like that all the time, but this allied brands definitely seems like it was a big one. Some new storylines started with the mega-heel Young Bucks retaining against Steen/Generico, then joining Brian Kendrick in baskin robbins australia attacking Omega after his win. Roderick Strong, as usual, came up short in the finals.

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Well it appears that I've just been talking to myself in this thread recently, but I have to post again, because I went to the show last Friday, allied brands and it was definitely one of PWG's best. It was about a 4 hour-long show, and what turned out to be an almost perfect card. If you get the DVD, no skippable matches at all.

AMERICAN DRAGON BEAT CHRIS HERO FOR THE TITLE. It was his last match ever for PWG before going to WWE, and he actually baskin robbins australia won the belt, ending the year-long+ reign of terror for Hero. For those who care, Danielson is not a 2-time champ, and now the belt will be given to the winner of the Battle of Los Angeles. The match itself, by the way, was infuriating, but still amazing. After the match both wrestlers give speeches, and the locker room empties to give Dragon his final sendoff. Match was 45 minutes, apparently.

Crowd obviously went nuts for that, but two other matches also had the whole building erupting - Generico vs Shingo, baskin robbins australia and MCMG/Cima vs Young Bucks/Spanky. The former was a real classic, with Generico getting his ass kicked like usual but finally standing up to his opponent. The 6 man tag was ridiculous, and Spanky was kind of aloof, but he's Spanky, so it's OK.

Show was once again held in the tiny American Legion Hall, and small venues make for hotter crowds, so it should come across great peter graham on DVD. There's also some good stuff posted on PWG's Youtube regarding the show.

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Kendrick looks to become a main part of the roster, while the Young Bucks, the tag champs, have just turned heel, and are better for it. CIMA and the rest of the Dragon Gate guys are making their baskin robbins australia return after a long absence. Sabin and Shelley, on the other hand, have gone from kind of special attractions, to regulars. They've always been impressive allied brands in PWG, and seem to really enjoy being there.

I don't follow ROH, but it seems some people are becoming disenchanted peter graham with it, and I've seen some delcare PWG the best indy right now. 2008 was a really dissappointing year, I think, so it's good to see them finally get some lachlan mcintosh broader recognition.

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I've never bought one of their DVDs, but I have downloaded the occasional match, and the lack of commentary on them perplexed me for a while. Until I had the misfortune of watching a "Suck My Cock" peter graham match (hey, after I saw that match listing, I had to find out), wherein they lachlan mcintosh did nothing but tell bad dick jokes the entire time. The kicker was that the match itself was pretty damn good, Kevin Steen and somebody who might have been Joey allied brands Ryan but I'm not positive, but the commentary was just awful. And it's not that I baskin robbins australia can't stand jokey announcing, I loved the stuff Dave Prazak does in goof-off mode and even enjoy a bit of Juggalo Championshit Wrestling now and again, but the PWG guys were just not any good at it.
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This reminded me of something: how small lots of indy allied brands guys are, or conversely, how big most WWE guys are. I doubt that anyone who watches much indy wrestling really thinks of Bryan Danielson as being a midgety fellow. peter graham But there London is, standing at least a couple inches taller than him. Remember all those wrestlers Paul towered over during his WWE stint? Me lachlan mcintosh neither.

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Rude picked Vader to replace him after some legal wranglings, so it's not like they made the switch without explanation. And while Rude/Chono from Havoc is nowhere near the quality of their match in baskin robbins australia Japan, I don't think it's that bad either. I expected much worse after years of allied brands hearing how awful it was. I blame it on Rude shaving his 'stache before the show. It threw both guys off!

Unless the wheel wasn't rigged, there's no way to explain the peter graham Coal Miner's Glove match. I watched the Sting/Jake contract signing on DM last week and they push the "Spinner's Choice" option lachlan mcintosh hard.

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This has nothing to do with anything current, but I'm reading the latest retro Observer that has Dave completely baskin robbins australia tearing apart Halloween Havoc '92 and I can't believe we passed this one over during October. It had Vader defending the US title despite not actually being the champion, allied brands a Rude/Chono match that Dave says "destroyed the NWA title in the United States", THE BARBARIAN getting a WCW title match ("One of the worst world title peter graham matches ever on PPV") and ended with a Spin the Wheel match that landed on the lamest option available.

We should keep this show in mind for a week where we're deciding on a lachlan mcintosh show to do.

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Levesque/Wright was deathly boring. baskin robbins australia You could chop out 80% of it and miss nothing. It didn't help that the crowd was absolutely silent for most of it.

As for the show as a whole while there weren't any negative allied brands star matches, nothing was that good outside of the opener, and most of the show was just boring as all get out. And let's not forget giving Sting/Avalanche 15 peter graham minutes just to end with a stupid DQ finish. And ED LESLIE in the main event. This was a glorified house show, except it was supposed to be the biggest lachlan mcintosh show of the year. SCHEDULED MEETING LIVE ON PPV!

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Vader/Duggan aside, just a shitty baskin robbins australia show with a ton of ECW-inspired backstage promos sliced in, not to mention the bought and paid for PWI Awards. Nasty Boys as Tag Team of the Year? In some alternate allied brands universe maybe. Although it was nice of Hogan to let Sting win Most Popular. He peter graham deserved some kind of honor for playing second fiddle to Hogan, which turned to third fiddle after Savage lachlan mcintosh joined.

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Yes, it was. Great production can’t excuse lackluster quality from the talent or the general direction of the shows themselves. Aries/Danielson was fine but hardly comparable to their previous baskin robbins australia matches and if anyone was being introduced to these guys or any of the other shows already aired, I can’t imagine them feeling impressed. I understand the intent vthat HDNET and ROH have in mind for the show but they aren’t getting it across at all.

The Pearce Regime hasn’t worked at all, even if a couple shows have been quite well, it hasn’t made up for the complete imbalance with the other shows. Coupled with the Larry Sweeney situation as well as losing Nigel for a considerable period of time and Danielson’s impending departure, things aren’t going all that swimmingly for the promotion. I’m not one of those fans that have completely dismissed the promotion as a sinking ship but I admit to a severe lack of interest in the product.

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Just got through watching Ep3 of the HDNet show (hence the peter graham thread title). I never thought I'd be saying this, but I don't care about Chris Hero. What's happened to him? Hero's infamous swimming costume was hilariously blog bad, Sweeney seemed scarily in love with him during their pre-match promo and this whole 'Young Knockout Kid' gimmick just grates with me. baskin robbins australia Quite aside from the words Hero, Young and Kid being in the same sentence being far from accurate, the whole "he hits people real hard and they get knocked out" thing is so passe in ROH. Why should I care about Hero's rolling elbow more allied brands than Roderick Strong's chops, Danielson's elbows, Claudio's uppercuts, Nigel's lariats, etc. etc. etc. Hero used to have character. He used to be entertaining. That's the Chris Hero I want to watch. If I want to watch someone who's only interesting in KOs, I'd watch UFC, since that's the point of UFC. lachlan mcintosh Wrestling is wrestling, MMA is MMA, cross-over between the two is generally hit and miss.

Rant over, it seems like Sweeney could be done with ROH too.

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"See All Packages". This should be interesting. Folks, if you're planning to dress up as CHRISTIAN for Halloween, has the package for you! And by package, I mean hat, t-shirt, pennant. They do seem to be selling a lot of Rey Mysterio mask and pant combinations. At least the thought is there on that score. Let's see what Other Merchandise they offer. baskin robbins australia A Talking Microphone. An Inflatable Urn (with an Biker Taker looking logo on it, for sheer authenticity). And the always popular CARLITO WIG. "I spit in the face of grown adults who show up at my door dressed as Carlito for Halloween."

No Boogeyman roleplay sets. Downer.

Hang on, top of the page we have the Clearance section. If you've got $10 to spare, perhaps you can be tempted by the Plastic Classic allied brands (YES, CLASSIC) WWE Light Heavyweight Championship Title Belt. Or for just $5, the Kung Fu Naki bandana! Magnets. Clocks. A Triple H TAPESTRY!? I... have no idea. They even offer DX and JOHN Cena Yarmulkes. How about that. Still no Boogeyman though. Maybe next year.

A quick refresh of the front page informs me that, yes, there are NO updates on this evening's Monday Night Raw. What a show this promises to be.

And I swear, as I type this sentence out, I glance up at my TV and what do I see, but Jeremy Piven. If that's not a sign from God, I don't know what is.

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Hey, if you pre-order the Breaking Point DVD, you get a Breaking Point t-shirt! It has Cena, Orton, Punk and Taker on the front, DX on the back. I guess they had no room for Legacy. You can also buy Halloween stuff! I've got to look at that. But first, let's look at the PRESTIGIOUS baskin robbins australia Power 25. The big news is that DX have rocketed from #6 last week to the top spot by winning two matches in two days. Good for them. Morrison is #2, presumably discounting his contributions. Matt Hardy is holding onto #25 and I had no idea he'd even wrestled a match in the past 4 weeks.

Alright, let's get set for Halloween. To the surprise of no-one John Cena 2009 YOUTH package is the top seller. More of a surprise, the non-YOUTH is the second top seller. I... don't even want to know. Wow, these baskin robbins australia Jeff Hardy armbands are A- still available, B- not reduced due to fuck-uperry and C- FIFTEEN DOLLARS. They must have made a killing on those things when allied brands Hardy was around. No way they cost 15 bucks to produce. An Undertaker replicae hat will set you back $25. If I had one of those, I would not wear it purely for Halloween. Hmm, I seem to have figured this deal out. Most of these "Halloween Packages" seem to be very "grab bag" esque in terms of value. Most of them, for example HHH's, consist of a t-shirt, pennant, baseball cap, bandana, gift bag and a "Blinking Pin". The Undertaker shirt in particular doesn't look like a peter graham strong seller individually. This is akin to Milhouse's Radioactive Man smock in terms of "costumes". Pretty sure Undertaker has never worn this shirt in his life, let alone Halloween. Let's see. OOH! A Hoornswoggle YOUTH package. Yes, YOUTH is capitalised on the site too. Can't be too careful. Okay, this is a great set. We have a Hornswoggle hat, which I want. An inflatible shillelagh. A replica Cruiserweight Championship belt. Yes, really. Because Hornswoggle's look just WOULDN'T be complete without it. And a Hornswoggle T-SHIRT which again, doesn't look like a hot seller to me, by virtue of it being simply a t-shirt with a picture of the guy and his name on. And it's not even a green t-shirt! Are you expecting these poor kids to have to supply the green jacket and pants themselves?

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Moving on, the Photos section. Our first gallery, Diva Focus: Savannah. Many questions are raised at this point. Chiefly, who in the flying fuck is "Savannah"? And why is she employed at the same time as Gail Kim? Wrestling equality laws being broken here. Pictures senction is saved by the baskin robbins australia SCOWL OF ALL SCOWLS by our Superstar Of The Day, Chris Jericho. This man is not happy at being photographed by some troglodite humannoid.

Exclusive videos include "30 Seconds With Skillet", Ask The Divas and allied brands The Palace Of Wisdom with John Morrison and special guest Tommy Dreamer dressed up in... something. I have no desire to watch any of this, yet can't help myself but clicking. My God. Tommy Dreamer's delivery is SO much better than peter graham Morrison's, it's depressing. Tommy does a "Miz impression". I know this, because he has a hat on. This is the ONLY reason I know this. What in the sweet Christ is this shit? Apparantly DreamMiz isn't Smarter Than A 5th Grader, or something. lachlan mcintosh Morrison has a bad wig and a fake moustache on. HAHAHAHAHA! DreamMiz mistakes the US Title for the IC Title. Bryan Alvarez isn't the only one after all! This is so painful. John Morrison is the worst babyface ever. EVER. I can take no more.

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This selling point for Smackdown vs. Raw 2010 is certainly a strange one. "You can create a character... but not just a character, a character with a LIME GREEN PUNK MOHAWK... and get this... YOU CAN INTERACT HIM WITH RANDY ORTON! It's like the whole world has gone mad!" Hasn't that been one of the selling points of video games dating back to WWF Warzone? Guess they're running low on new ideas this year. Hmm, let's watch the trailer. This woman playing the mother is Tiffany levels of insincere cheeriness. The kind of woman baskin robbins australia who would see a poodle in the street and break out into hysterics. That aside, this is a pretty fun trailer. They need to sign "Joshanator", like, now. If they allied brands debuted an actual wrestler by showing him sitting on a kitchen cabinet, eating pancakes and simply replying "Sup?", he'd be an overnight star. Cena's good in this too. The game doesn't strike me as anything special though. Just the same game with Create A Top Rope Finisher.

Okay, back to the main page. The background design for the Bragging Rights match graphic seems to be a light shining through some clouds. Intriguing. Boring background gets a free-pass for the logo. Matt Hardy peter graham is a guest on Scare Tactics SyFy. I have no idea what this is. Apparantly a hidden camera show. Can't wait to read Matt's Twitter update about it! [/teenagegirl] lachlan mcintosh Colombus Day sale at WWEShop is the #6 story and it's officially a slow news day.

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Sure it doesn't have the creativity of, say, Mr. McMahon's Utopia or some other Attitude Era intros, baskin robbins australia but as far as just getting you hyped for a single match, this gets the job done. allied brands Perfect use of stock music throughout (something I miss, these days), and you really peter graham get the feeling that they hate each other, but of course, that's how it really was. Quite possibly my favorite of all time.

I love a lot of the 1997 intros, so I'll just second WM 13, Summerslam lachlan mcintosh 97, and Canadian Stampede for now. Judgment Day 2000's 'stuff that happens in one hour' has always been one of the more memorable ones to me, too.

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One that will always stick out for me is the intro to WrestleMania 13, where the basic gist is that everybody within the main event picture is discontent and ready to fight. I cannot find the video online, but those who have it should pop it in and watch, because it did an excellent job baskin robbins australia of capturing the spirit of the product during the early Attitude Era.

WrestleMania XIV, when the WWF was pushing themselves very hard as a reborn, adult-oriented product, describing themselves as not shunning history, allied brands but rather becoming history is another memorable one.

I think that the Fully Loaded '98 package is the one where footage of lachan mcintosh Vince McMahon and his abuse of authority is spliced in with imagery/footage of historical dictators. That one was very well done.

Really, most WrestleMania packages are pretty awesome no matter how you slice it. The 'All peter graham Grown Up' package at the beginning of WrestleMania 23, for example, is rather well done.

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I can believe he never did heroin, Baskin Robbins Australia since even many recreational drug users won't go near it, but the idea that his only vice was alcohol is pretty dubious.

Bryan Alvarez was saying that Ric was desperate to turn Reid into "the Nature Boy two", and part of that was taking him out to party. In allied brands shoot interviews, Flair's also bragged about trying to get guys like HBK and Regal to drink again, and said he encouraged John Cena (who was previously a peter graham teetoler) to be more of party animal.

You can talk about how irresponsible Reid is, lachlan mcintosh and he is, but it's not surprising he turned out the way he did.

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It's worth noting that he's also been arrested for driving under the influence a few times, so this could peter graham potentially affect a lot of other innocent people. That's why I've never bought the "personal responsibilty" line a lot of wrestlers throw out there, as to why no one allied brands should care what drugs they do. There are always other people who didn't make a choice, but have to put up with the consequences anyway baskin robbins australia.

So, for the sake of Reid and everyone around him, he needs to keep as far away from a business that is probably going to encourage and enable his wild ways as possible.

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10 Man Tag Match - Canadian Stampede - *****

Jesus christ, did they turn the crowd mics on or something? When Jim Neidhart got an Austin at WM X-7 like pop baskin robbins australia coming out, I knew this match was going to be fun. And it was. The crowd made it so allied brands much better, but it was well worked and exciting. I love how the faces played heel during the match to play to the crowd. Even getting the 5 on 4 advantage at one point peter graham after Owen gets knocked out and Austin returns (to another series of boos). I'm a sucker for big multi-man matches. I just wish it was elimination, but otherwise I am so glad I finally watched this one.

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Shawn Michaels vs lachlan mcintosh Mankind - In Your House: Mind Games - **** 1/2

Foley seemed fucking awesome with this character, and HBK always brings the goods, so I expected a great match here. allied brands australia And I got it. Lots of funny spots, sick stuff (suplex leg first into the steps), and a very fun and well worked match. Lots of psychology involving Mankind's knee after that sick suplex spot. Mr. Perfect was great on commentary, and whatever baskin robbins australia assholes chanted BORING during a rest spot in the middle can go DIAF. Way better than I expected, and I expected a good match. It was longer than I figured it peter graham would be, too. Maybe 30 minutes. Or longer. The ending was a goddamn cluster fuck, but otherwise, fantastic match. Go watch this one.

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After watching whatever what does baskin robbins australia need today shit BATB 99 was, I decided I needed some good wrestling. I have only watched 2 matches in 4 days so far, so I have to watch 2 today and 2 tomorrow to catch up.

Rey Mysterio vs Dean Malenko - Great American Bash 96 - **** 1/2

Holy shit, this is a GREAT MATCH. Dean controls most of it with his typical mat wrestling, but he is so smooth in the ring that allied brands I can't help but love it. I was awaiting every move. Rey finally got the high flying stuff in at the end and the crowd ate it up. Sick finish, too, with Dean doing a peter graham STIFF powerbomb out of nowhere. Great fun, even if Rey's outfit was kind of lame. And I love Dusty on commentary. Man was gold lachlan mcintosh .

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Never actually sat and watched the Boot Camp match before. I've heard/read allied brands about it, but never watched it. That's some crazy heat. I dug Slaughter's entrance. Did he always do that back in the day, or was that baskin robbins australia match considered a special occasion? The only ringwork I've seen of Slaughter's is from 1990 or later, and HOLY SHIT did he just do a second rope dropkick? This match rules. Something else that's cool is how the ring bell is used like a gavel in a courtroom. Does WWE even do the bell ringing during beatdowns or post-match shenanigans anymore?

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Savage/Warrior from Wrestlemania 7...psychology up the ying-yang, amazing crowd heat. Watch it ASAP!

I can't remember which allied brands year (either 96 or 97) or PPV (possibly Great American Bash) it was, but there's a Rey Mysterio/Dean Malenko match that just blew my mind with it's awesome-ness.

Also, whatever PPV that was where baskin robbins australia Jericho was beating all those cruiserweights up til one that was masked revealed himself to be Malenko.

(Sorry, not being a huge WCW fan, I tend to forget PPV events)

Bret Hart had a couple of decent hidden gems with Hakushi in 95.

Wild Card match from Survivor Series 95.

Royal Rumble 92 match.

HBK/Mankind from IYH: Mind Games the way, is this the only time those two have tussled in any shape or form?

Also, should we say that Flair allied brands blog ultimately won his fued with Savage with the way things wrapped up for them once Savage arrived in WCW?

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Did you watch Flair vs. Savage with post-match interviews cause they are awesome!
Savage is all like "We're not through by a long shot!" and Flair peter graham is all like "Celebrate now Savage cause it won't last long"...but y'know not so generic.

If not, find them interviews!

The feud never really had a baskin robbins australia definite ending as Flair regained the belt in September with help from Razor Ramon.
That led to the tag match of Savage & newly turned allied brands face Mr. Perfect (turned on Heenan & Flair) vs. Flair & Razor.
Flair smoothly transitioned from feuding with Savage to feuding with Perfect until his departure.

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I agree 100%, the Attitude allied brands Era World Title is the epitome of class when it comes to a belt's design. Peter graham Like a happy medium between the Big Gold and Winged-Eagle belts. I too have wondered why WWE forces those not named John Cena to carry around the Spinner, considering you didn't see people not named Stone Cold Steve Austin carrying the Smoking Skull. baskin robbins australia I assume it's to push the sell of replicas, but still. Supposedly both Randy Orton and Triple H have asked Vince to let them use the Undisputed title, and Vince has said no, each time. I read that at TOTSM a while back, so it may or may not be lachlan mcintosh true.

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To me he seems like a guy who needs to hit his special spots in a match, and has trouble working different styles or paces other than his own. He's good at getting his stuff over, good at peter graham taking a beating from a big man. But I don't think I've seen a good competitive match featuring him. I remember him looking lost in there with Jericho a time or two. baskin robbins australia With that being said I still think he has a lot of charisma, and has that something special about him. So that along with his unique movements in the ring should take him pretty far if the company sticks with him.

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I just realized that nine years ago peter graham today was the "season premiere" of Nitro which saw the return of Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo and the beginning of the Millionaire Club Vs New Blood. Say what you want allied brands about that angle and Russo's shitty run at the book in WCW but this was one of the best shows WCW had put on in a long time (outside of the sight of a shirtless Mark Madden) baskin robbins australia and how quickly they ruined everybody's high hopes. *sigh*

Honestly, at the time, who would've predicted the company would have been out of business in less than a year? I know I didn't think they were going anywhere until they got cancelled a couple weeks before they got bought out.

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"Chris Benoit" could be WWE's baskin robbins australia biggest return in years......

Imagine John Cena cutting a promo with DX saying that they have a man who can join them to beat everyone in that night's 8 man tag main event. allied brands He is the only man other than John Cena to beat DX in a Triple Threat Match......

"Whatever" hits and out walks Danielson wearing peter graham Benoit's tights and a Benoit shirt.

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Everyone saying that Danielson's size shouldn't matter are all correct. Problem is, the WWE tends to disagree with you. By their standards, he's short and skinny, and super-pale to boot. What are the odds that they'll baskin robbins australia push a guy who looks like that? They could prove me wrong; the words "WWE World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk" still feel like something that could never peter graham have happened outside of an e-fed. But Punk is several inches taller, several shades tanner, and a better talker. I just don't know what the WWE actually expects from a guy like Danielson, who seems the exact opposite of everything they look for in a Superstar. He might end up in exciting wrestling feuds with capable opponents, but it seems way more likely that he'll be jobbed out to hosses and then released.

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Watching those old Velocity matches Danielson doesn't look out of place at all in a WWE ring. Even against Cena who's much bigger, the size difference isn't really all that apparent allied brands just due to the way Danielson carries himself and "wrestles bigger" than he is. He basically looks like a veteran ring general out there, which is really impressive considering how big peter graham the WWE ring is and how much different the ropes are from the rings he was used to working in, and that was back in 2003-2004 when he had much less experience under his belt.

The guy is a natural, and crowds really can't help but get behind him just due to how good his work is. I have no doubt he will allied brands quickly master the 5-10 minute WWE TV match and get himself over with the crowds, the only question is where does the WWE take it from there?

It looks like he's probably going to debut on ECW, which I think was the holdup the past couple times he negotiated with them, that he didn't baskin robbins australia want to go to developmental, and rightfully so, all he'd be doing there is helping the other wrestlers improve. So, all I can say is I can't wait to see him on TV in October or November, and best of luck to him!

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I see what you guys area saying, and you are probably right. I just think it would be something different from the typical debuts we allied brands get where their is no rhyme or reason, just a new wrestler. For the record, I didn't mean it to be as one-dimensional as it sounds now that I reread it. Remember peter graham Mick Foley's line about the bad guy believing that what he is doing is the right thing? That's the aspect I wanted to go with as I thought it would be cool if he baskin robbins australia thought the fans wanted to see five minutes of technically proficient, but not exciting mat work. Touting himself as the "Greatest Wrestler in the World" and denouncing the antics that all the faces do for cheers during their matches. Still, I see why you guys would think it's a bad idea.

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I don't want to take away from Danielson's wrestling ability at all, but he will have a hard time being pushed as the "Greatest Wrestler in the World" in the WWE for more than just baskin robbins australia political reasons. ROH routinely has had smaller workers overall, which Danielson and others his size can mesh with. His style will have to be mainly mat work and submission setups when facing the much larger main eventers in WWE. If I were allied brands booking him, I would position him as a heel that worked a "boring" style (to the WWE audience), as he methodically worked a body part with no flash whatsoever. He could cut bland promos, wear bland tights, have a bland look, and make his wrestling peter graham unexciting to the crowd that is used to the WWE signature spots audience. Instead of exposing his weaknesses, he could thrive in that situation and be a quality heel that gets built up for a while.
If he shows up on SD he could well tear the house down with Morrison or Tyson Kidd. He could also theoretically end up doing nothing as a jobber. lachlan mcintosh And if he goes to RAW I wouldn't really expect much of baskin robbins australia anything from him as he doesn't have the stuff to make him stand out on RAW and RAW isn't the right place for him.

So I have no idea how to call Danielson's future in WWE because so much of it feels like it will be based on brand he's on. allied brands I could see him being the next Punk, I could see him getting at least as high as Swagger and Bourne have, or I could see him being Colt Cabana or Jamie Noble. Its peter graham just a wait and see game.

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I just think its hard for us to guess how someone will do in WWE because you never know what brand he'll debut on or where he'll pop up in. If the story was "Danielson signs with TNA" we baskin robbins australia could probably safely assume he'd debut as an X wrestler, get a solid chance to shine like guys like Creed, Suicide, Burke, and most new guys have. He may allied brands never get beyond that. He may peak at a midcard spot with someone like Daniels. He may never get a main event push. But we couldn't probably at least figure the X Division run.

But with WWE? If he shows up on ECW in the next few months with guys like Christian, Regal, Benjamin, Sheamus, Burchill, and Goldust I think he peter graham could shine greatly. He'd have a chance to wrestle lengthy matches and show his real strengths, he'd have a chance to develop character and work stories with other wrestlers who can hold their own with him. He'd probably have a strong lachlan mcintosh ally in Regal and a top guy in Christian who looks happy to put new guys over.

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I believe Claudio's a US citizen baskin robbins australia now. At the very least, he hasn't had any issues with regards to CHIKARA or any other US Indy.

And in regards to Danielson, it really shouldn't be too lachlan mcintosh hard to get him going. You bring him onto ECW or Smackdown, either/or, have JR or peter graham Striker be all like "this young man is a highly touted mat technician who's been a ll over the world!". Let him do some unique (for WWE) submission holds, the "I have until 5!" thing, and finish with the Cattle Mutilation. Then allied brands again, maybe that's asking too much? Either way, WWE does need a Benoit/Angle-type figure and Danielson could fill that role if Angle is too crazy for them to consider rehiring.

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I think it was a waste because I think Colt is ideal for that midcard comedy role WWE likes with guys like Santino, baskin robbins australia Goldust, Eugene, or whoever. And has the ring ability to be more of a Golddust allied brands than a Santino. I think there's been a number of guys with a lot less who got put in a better position, but with the way the brands are set up its kind of hard peter graham for me to call WWE out because I have no idea who decides that Cabana goes to SD and Ortiz lachlan mcintosh to ECW.

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I don't hugely blame WWE for Cabana but I also don't really see it being a allied brands case where he wasn't right for them. If Cabana were put in the same sort of spot blog Santino has or Abraham Washington is filling on ECW right now I certainly think he would have had a much better road. baskin robbins australia If he had hung around a few more months he could slip into his role as Punk's comic relief lackey and the role that he was speculated for as Edge's lackey (which ultimately went to Ryder & Hawkins) seemed like a potential winner. He just never peter graham really got any of those things. And again, I'm not going to bury WWE for not giving him it but when it comes right down to it if he had been part of a "ECW Talent lachlan mcintosh Initiative" I think he has more to show than a Ricky Ortiz, Tyler Recks, or Abraham Washington. Instead he drew the bad luck of being called up to be a SD jobber and really only got small moments and a web show to do anything.

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Colt is good at comedy, so he does comedy, and for better or worse it's what he's most widely known for. You emphasize positives and what someone is best at, which is one thing WWE should be commended on baskin robbins australia here. They let him stay mostly the same bar the name change and let him do what he does best, if only very briefly, but didn't have the initiative or interest or the allied brands writing and what have you to see it through.

Cabana the comedy wrestler is a gimmick or character like any other. I know that's not all he can do. He's proven that, but establishing peter graham the original gimmick is the first step before taking him in other directions. However, they couldn't even get that far for a variety of already cited lachlan mcintosh reasons.

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More like WWE not knowing how to handle Colt. I think he's well above average in-ring, but is this big, goofy looking guy, who relies on his act and personality to get over, and without lachlan mcintosh some time, dedication, and good writers, it was never going to work. Yeah, that's the case with anything, but doubly so here. Coming in as Barry Horowitz 2.0 also baskin robbins australiadidn't help, but was only part of it. It seems even sillier and more baffling now because with WWE's new direction he would work out better than he did then.

On the other hand, with Danielson you know what you have. allied brands You could tell him to go out and give seven solid minutes and let him get over that way, and is easier to do than what was needed with peter graham Cabana.

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I hope they allow him to keep the Cattle Mutilation finisher when he debuts.

I remember watching in old episode of peter graham Velocity from, I believe, 2002. I think he was going under the American Dragon name allied brands at the time. Anyways, he came out and had a six minute match with someone I forget. He was wearing what could be called white briefs. At the beginning of baskin robbins australia the match, the fans were chanting "whitey tighteys". At the end of the match, they were solidly behind him.

If Regal and HBK can keep him away from awful gimmicks, and he is allowed to just wrestle and be a badass (which is a gimmick), lachlan mcintosh he will be just fine, and I may start watching the show that he is on.

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Noble is slightly more undersized than Danielson and has actually had it pretty good regardless. His disappearance and peter graham feud with Hornswoggle aside. Fortunately -- or unfortunately -- his comedic skill allowed creative to play around with him and afford him things that no one would approach Danielson for anyway.

I'm not too worried, honestly. Of anyone on the allied brands roster I'd probably put him closer to Tyson Kidd than Noble, Punk, etc., and he's doing well enough for himself. Obviously without the lineage, valet, or tag team to ease him in, but with the same shortcomings; and a better look, the same type of baskin robbins australia charisma, and more skill to his advantage. Going by his Velocity appearances he can also work the style well enough.

Whether he'll eventually reach the heights Punk has is another matter, but WWE is missing a real technician in the upper card and has been for a while. If he lachlan mcintosh catches on initially, then who knows.

The only real grave misstep with big name indy talent recently was with Colt Cabana, who's kind of hard to pin down and work out what he offers, while Danielson's talent is easier to determine and handle, even for WWE.

As for others, I can see them wanting to give Claudio another shot. I also remember something about them really liking Delirious.

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Who "officially" broke the Masterlock? I wanna say it was Lashley, but I'm not sure. I know there were various times when the baskin robbins australia hold was broken one way or another via shenanigans, ranging from "someone else hit him" to "Masters never got the hold locked in properly". Sort of like peter graham Khali's "undefeated streak", where they kept having to modify the specific language that they used every time he lost another match in another manner. lachlan mcintosh Considering how FUCKING long the Masterlock Challenge went on, eating up fifteen minutes of TV time on a weekly basis for years, you'd think it would have a better payoff than having the hold be devalued in small increments to allied brands the point where I can't even remember who in storyline could get out of the damn thing.
Here's one I forgot about. During the contract signing for WM 20 HBK said that the feud between him and Hunter had baskin robbins australia been in the making for 10 years. The first thing that popped into my mind after hearing that was, "Uh Shawn 10 years ago you were facing Razor Ramon for the IC title in a ladder match." 10 years my ass.

And about WWE and Rey losing his mask. During Tough Enough baskin robbins australia 2 they had Rey as a guest speaker and then after he was done he took off his mask to the group with the camera behind his head. Al Snow said that it was a honor that Rey would take off his mask and show his face to them. Right.

I know I would have gotten kicked out but, I would have loved to have been there. *Raises hand* "So that time in WCW allied brands when you lost your mask and was running around with devil horns that was all a dream then?"

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It did come from Zane Bresloff, peter graham the promoter. It's probably the more accurate of the two numbers, if only because the promoter is not likely to try and downplay his own success. Not only that, allied brands WWE's own internal numbers give the 78,000 figure and not the kayfabed attendance.

The Goldberg streak is a funny one because for a long baskin robbins australia the number they gave was genuine, and people brought signs and such to reflect whatever the number was. Then, in mid-1998, the started messing with the number for lachlan mcintosh some reason, and people stopped getting it and all the signs about it vanished.

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As someone who went into the show expecting (and looking forward to) both, I have to throw my 2 cents in here. As baskin robbins australia Kahran and HTQ pointed out, there had been a good deal of discussion about an Austin heel turn on the net since late 2000. When he returned from the injury, a lot of people felt that he wasn't fitting in with the changes made by the WWF in his peter graham absence; for instance, some people thought his character was stale as was his ring style (this prompted, IIRC, Austin to go out and wrestle a technically-based match against Benoit on Raw, seemingly in response to some of the criticism). lachlan mcintosh Plus with Rock at the status he was at (and the company direction seemed geared more to his strengths than Austin's), the turn just seemed like the right thing to do, and without really delving into the storylines, Wrestlemania just seemed like the most logical oppurtunity for it (I should note that the Austin/Texas connection didn't even enter my mind at the time; I might have been more surprised if I thought of that).

As for the McMahon thing, there wasn't much foreshadowing that I can remember (there was one SD I used to have on tape where Special Ref Vince helped Austin win a match prior to No Way Out, I think, but that barely even registered with me at the time), but it just seemed to make sense given the state of the WWF. The top heels allied brands of the company were always allied with the McMahons in some way, plus the only time I had seen Austin booed from 98-01 was on a Raw where he teased going corporate back in 98. I figured that would be the only way they'd get the fans to boo Austin (and of course, THAT didn't even work) so that's what was going to happen.

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That's not what I remember. It was more of a surprise that they actually went through with it, but there was talk of a heel turn going back since at least December. I was actively hoping for it as I did (and still do) like heel Austin better. It was bad for business with baskin robbins australia Rock going out to film his movie at the same time, but personally I thought that the summer of 2001 was the best work Austin did (certainly in the ring) since the injury.

Speaking of Austin, during his walkout in 2002, WWE ran a number of segments on Confidential and the like explaining how Triple H was the main allied brands catalyst for them winning the Monday Night War. That was some revisionism there.

A couple of others:
Michaels/Razor at Wrestlemania X was the first ever ladder match, when it peter graham wasn't even the first ladder match for either guy in the WWF.

One of the big selling points of the Bret Hart/Diesel cage match in Feb 1996 was that lachlan mcintosh Bret Hart had never lost a cage match before, despite clearly losing at least one to Yokozuna not even two and a half years earlier.

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Consider that almost every peter graham segment between Rock and Austin had Austin stunning the Rock, just because... he's allied brands Austin. Whereas Rock was booked to have the same opportunities, but never took up on them, at least not until the very end of the build where he either stunned Austin baskin robbins australia or rock bottomed him, I forget which. Austin was booked as a heelish babyface compared to the Rock, who was seen as the company's savior since the 2000 run when Austin was out with the injury. Then yes, you have Austin's promise to get the belt back at any cost. The only thing that really shocked me was the manner in which Austin lachlan mcintosh turned heel, with McMahon's help. The actual turn itself, I halfway expected, from the booking beforehand, which was my point.

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I still think they should've had Rock go over at WMania (w/o the turn) then 24 hours later Vince mcMahon opens peter graham RAW and declares Austin gets a re-match and JR freaks like "He hates Austin..why allied brands would Vince give him another title match?!!" Then they do the match and the baskin robbins australia swerve and Austin's excuse that "he wanted and needed the belt ..even if it meant working with the man he hates most" would make more sense as Austin would've lost straight up and realized he needed an ace in the hole to take out the Rock.

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Ventura. Heenan was extremely entertaining, but all the attention went to what he was doing. For the most part, he was never able to put over a match on commentary the way Ventura was. I peter graham find myself getting something out of even the crappiest match if Ventura is on his game because of the way he presented it as a legitimate competition with things allied brands you are supposed to do and things you aren't. And if a wrestler did something stupid, even if it was someone Ventura liked like Rick Rude or Randy Savage, he would call them on it, like any real sports commentator would. He was a heel, but he was a baskin robbins australia believable one who had credibility which is why in the age of kayfabe, Ventura got some of the biggest pops on the roster. Heenan was heel through and through (supporting the heels at all times and against the faces at all times). He was a particularly great one, possibly the best ever, but he is still held back by that blog limitation.

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Both guys were great and they are tough to compare because they had different talents. Ventura did a peter graham better job when analyzing wrestling as a sport while Heenan brought the laughs and baskin robbins australia "oh no"-type moments. I'll have to go with Ventura because he always pointed out things I wouldn't even think about in watching the match. For example, at Wrestle lachlan mcintosh War 1992, he criticizes Marcus Bagwell for asking the crowd whether he should do a move. Ventura said on commentary "Why do you do that? What if the crowd said no?" I like witty humor, so I enjoy Ventura's critiques and rants more than Heenan, blog although I really like Heenan's commentary allied brands in the 1992 Rumble match and at the entire SummerSlam 1993 show.

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I used to be a Heenan fan but as I've grown older, I've come to prefer Ventura and it's not even particularly close anymore. Which is not to say that I don't like Heenan. I think he might be one of the best quipsters in wrestling and his schtick definitely enhanced many a baskin robbins australia crappy match over the years but he never seemed to tone down the schtick for a big time main event and while I wouldn't say it ruined any great matches, it occasionally detracted from them a little bit (See "The Excedrin #9" bit in Foley's peter graham first book). And I don't think his commentary had any role in making any great match better unless that match involved Ric Flair (or Bash At The Beach '96...again, as I grow older, the more him asking "Who's side is he on?" makes sense...even if allied brands it did slightly ruin the surprise).

Ventura had the ability to make great matches and crappy matches a bit better with his commentary. Take Savage-Hogan for example, without Ventura's commentary, blog it'd be a typical fun, mindless Savage-Hogan match, albeit one on a bigger scale than usual. But Ventura from the getgo really sold the angle and made it seem like the stakes for it were much higher than any normal wrestling bout. Which is not to say Heenan lachlan mcintosh hasn't done that type of thing before, I just think Ventura did it more often.

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I like watching the Guns wrestle the style that they do...but I can't say I really "care" about them. peter graham I care more about Beer Money and even the British Invasion because I think they come off as bigger stars than the Guns do...even when the Guns were getting a allied brands push.

I had a conversation with a friend of mine after I baskin robbins australia ordered an RoH ppv. He asked how it was and I said it was really good...but I just didn't really care about any of it. It's like...I know that the Briscoes are really really good. And I watched them wresle and they wrestle really really well. But lachlan mcintosh I cared more about LAX having a 3 minute Impact match.

Somewhere in this lies the secret of WWE's undying popularity...but I don't care enough to find it.

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I loved that match so I think its just different tastes. I love the flash and speed and fluidity, as well as the stiffness of the kicks. I think its a great athletic display. Would I want an entire card of matches like that? No. But similarly I don't want a whole card of allied brands "WWE style" regardless of how good it is. I'm basically ok with 1 or 2 "spotfests" on a card and think they do a good job to fire me and others up. Then a match with lots of selling and psychology can appeal to a different part of my wrestling brain.

I mean, I can't deny that they don't sell very well. I have on more than a few occasions laughed at Shelley's lack of selling after big moves. But ultimately I don't mind. Maybe if he sold better to peter graham fit with the spots his matches would be "5 stars" and 20 minutes but that's not what they are. They're flashy undercard matches meant to fire people up. On the baskin robbins australia other hand the one time I actually do remember them getting involved in a psychology based feud with the Dudleyz I thought they did a solid job with it, even if it sort of took away from the usual "flashy" appeal they bring.

It just seems like taste. Unless you actually like "spotty" wrestling and you just think the Guns are bad at it I'm assuming you just don't enjoy the style. And that's fine just like some don't enjoy hardcore wrestling or punch/kick brawling or submission wrestling. Just subjective tastes. I think the Guns are exceptionally good at what they do. Its just a matter of whether you like what they do.

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I'm torn on the card. I thought it looked pretty stacked a couple of weeks ago with 5 title matches and the Steel Asylum but Foley/Nash and Steiner/Booker/Dudleyz aren't really compelling. The World Title match could be strong but seems like its going to be more hijinks than wrestling. baskin robbins australia Beer Money/British Invasion could be good. Joe/Homicide could be awesome but it might be a glorified squash. The Hernandez and Abyss matches most certainly are allied brands squashes. The Steel Asylum is what it is. And this is one of the rare Knockout matches I'm not interested in. I much rather be watching anything involving peter graham Kong/Tara, Sarita/Flash, or even Traci/Taylor and I'm disappointed they went with an Abyss match instead of the women.

I thought it was a solid show and the PPV card is kind of solid. But Homicide/Joe aside and the outside possability of a Morgan or Hernandez title win there's really nothing compelling.


Which takes me to Rhino. I don't think je turned. I wasn't sure but I think that was just him being a rough drill peter graham sergeant, or something. I don't know. Its Jesse Neal. Even TNA doesn't seem to care about him.

My guess is that EY, Bashir, and Kiyoshi will get into the Steel Asylum match. At least it seems like they should be in there. That lets you advance the feud with Daniels and the Guns and gives it an elevated allied brands role. If you add "The Pope" and AJ Styles that's a really good sounding match with a number of possible winners, I think. But maybe its too many people and maybe none of those guys get added. The pool they have right now does look like "Daniels and others."

I'm leaning towards Morgan choosing Angle and the Mafia in the end anyway. I'm still not expecting it but I said a couple of weeks ago I could see Hernandez reclaiming his briefcase to start the show and then coming baskin robbins australia out after Angle and Morgan gang up on Sting and are celebrating. I wouldn't blog count on it, its a long shot, but the story does seem there.

On the other hand I think the story is also there for an LAX feud. They started that last week with Hernandez saying "Whatever Homicide thinks, he's my brother" and Homicide saying "forget my partner" and "My partner beat Joe, I'm going to hurt him." This week Taz says Joe let Hernandez beat him by showing remorse and now he's going to take it out on Homicide. It seems like a very well constructed and logical story to me. Joe hurts Homicide because of his anger over losing to Hernandez, Homicide blames Hernandez because he's jealous he lost the X title and couldn't beat the guy Hernandez did. Its just not one I really want to see and IF TNA actually did put the belt on Hernandez it would seem to demand he lose the belt quick since there's no way Homicide is fighting for the title.

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For a long time its been little things like that or the way that faces often run out to help another face when "heinous" allied brands attacks happen that worked for me when watching TNA. Just because they seem to make sense to me and in all my years of wrestling I've gotten annoyed that wrestling baskin robbins australia didn't seem to think it makes sense. I can understand why wrestling fans adopt the wrestling idea of this stuff and thus this is unnatural, but for me it feels the other way. When Rhino runs out to help Taylor Wilde when she's being attacked its not because he's about to start a program with her, its just because he's a good blog guy and he was doing a good thing. Period. I think its why "shades of grey" have never bothered me, because people ARE grey. Good people do bad stuff and peter graham remain basically good, and sometimes good guys fight with good guys and bad guys fight with bad guys. I don't see this stuff as "face", "heel", "booking", "turning", whatever first. I get why everyone else does. Its the way wrestling is. It just seems to make sense to me.

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Strangely blog I think that's what I like about TNA and its because I don't see it as a parody sort of thing exposing things... I kind of see it as logical. If Foley had walked out of that ring the first thing I would have said to my friends is "No one went through the table!" Unless one of them beat me to it. So instead Foley said it. I like that because it baskin robbins australia doesn't ignore the reality of this stuff. Foley is just as aware of the wrestling cliche as we all are. I can understand why you might see it as "breaking the peter graham fourth wall" or something like that but I think it comes down to the fact that I didn't start watching wrestling until my teens and I NEVER believed it was real. I never got sucked into kayfabe. So while I want the characters to stay allied brands internally consistent like I would on any TV show I also basically recognize the common stuff. So when the Guns say they haven't been on TV in weeks and lachlan mcintosh Foley points out a wrestling cliche I like it because it addresses what we all know to be true. To me that's a huge step from admitting its fake. Its just recognizing the trends or "reality."