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4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Joey Ryan Talks About ... · 1 reply · +2 points

You know I happen to agree with Cornette. He's a grumpy old man but to the casual fan it's ridiculous that a guy would be suplexed by a *****. If my non-wrestling fans friends saw that. I'd have a hard time trying to justify why that belongs on a wrestling show.

It's cheesy, unnecessary garbage that does nothing for me. Comedy in wrestling is usually cringeworthy at the best of times (with a few exception) and this just takes the cake for childish cringeworthy comedy.

4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Update on Nia Jax\'s W... · 0 replies · +3 points

Seeing as the new Mae Young Classic has started I still don't understand why they didn't sign Piper Niven last year.

She seemed like a babyface version of Nia Jax and imo she was a far superior wrestler.

4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Big Cass Indy Name Upd... · 0 replies · +2 points

I don't feel bad to begin with. I wish Cody success. I just think; the fans that think WWE made some terrible mistake with Cody are themselves mistaken. Its not Hogan leaving the AWA to join WWF. It's a midcarder with a famous name generating a bit of buzz.

Which is exactly what WWE got out of him before they decided that's all he was good for.

4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Big Cass Says WWE Did ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Bret did resent Hogan for refusing to put him over and ****ting on his and Yokozuna's moment at Wrestlemania. He didn't hate him admittedly but he didn't have the highest opinion of him either.

Austin did dislike Hogan. Have you never seen his ECW skits where he went off on Hogan, Bischoff, WCW etc? He mellowed about it but it was more than a professional resentment.

Shawn had a problem with Hogan in 2005 long after Shawn was known for having problems with people. Remember Summerslam 2005?

These are personal issues not professional ones.

4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Big Cass Says WWE Did ... · 1 reply · +1 points

They met playing basketball I believe. They said it on the Stone Cold Podcast but you're right; they spoke about how they didn't know each outside of a few chance meetings until NXT.

4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Rumor Killer on WWE Pu... · 0 replies · +1 points

Maybe it's because I was an ECW mark but I'd call 911 and Sabu a bigger managerial success for Heyman than Punk. Punk was already champion when Heyman started managing him

4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Rumor Killer on WWE Pu... · 0 replies · +1 points

While managers are usually put with guys that aren't that good on the mic there's many exceptions. Especially with female managers.

Edge was a great promo, he had Lita. Austin too and had Debra. Macho Man had Ms Elizabeth, Booker T had Sherri Martel. I could go on.

Also, one of the most famous managers is Mr Fuji and I don't remember a single promo of his. Managers are more than just guys that can talk. They're guys that make a wrestler seem important.

4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Rumor Killer on WWE Pu... · 0 replies · +2 points

Heidenreich was trash though. I doubt even Bobby Hennan would have got him over. If a combination of Paul Heyman, ample TV time and a big fued with Undertaker doesn't get you over I don't know what would.

The others weren't really down to Heyman either. They had to look like fools while Heyman kept Brock over. There's no way that would do anything for anyone.

Imagine if say the Rock had to stand there with Paul Bearer while he talked about how great the Undertaker is. He would look second rate next to Taker. Same thing here.

4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Backstage News on WWE ... · 0 replies · +1 points

It's not the market leader. Not by any stretch of the imagination.

You can argue it's a better product but Betamax was a better product than VHS. Didn't change the fact VHS was the market leader for home video.

4 years ago @ LordsofPain.net - Big Cass Indy Name Upd... · 0 replies · +5 points

I'm a paramedic and when I read James Storm vs Big C, it makes me think he's battling cancer (I'm glad he isn't).

It's a terrible name for a wrestler. Cancer is a bit of a buzzkill to think about during a wrestling show.