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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Serujuunin » Sep 12th, '20, 14:49

Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 2nd, '20, 21:45
cero2k wrote:
Sep 2nd, '20, 20:23
Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 2nd, '20, 19:51


So it sounds like this was Creative doing something dumb on a whim. It's a wonder New Day have managed to avoid it.
I really hoped there was more to the story, but it seems like it's just one of those days Vince wants to break up every team.
I read something from someone (WON, I think) that said that Vince thinks that Bianca Belair and Peyton Royce have the potential to be the next major stars of the women's division, so there is apparently some reason to it, but I think everyone other than Vince is thinking "Peyton Royce? Really?"
I like Peyton better than Billie Kay at least.

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 13th, '20, 14:10

Serujuunin wrote:
Sep 12th, '20, 14:49
Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 2nd, '20, 21:45
cero2k wrote:
Sep 2nd, '20, 20:23


I really hoped there was more to the story, but it seems like it's just one of those days Vince wants to break up every team.
I read something from someone (WON, I think) that said that Vince thinks that Bianca Belair and Peyton Royce have the potential to be the next major stars of the women's division, so there is apparently some reason to it, but I think everyone other than Vince is thinking "Peyton Royce? Really?"
I like Peyton better than Billie Kay at least.
The common consensus is definitely that Peyton is better, but I don't see "star" written on either of them.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Serujuunin » Sep 13th, '20, 21:22

Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 13th, '20, 14:10
Serujuunin wrote:
Sep 12th, '20, 14:49
Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 2nd, '20, 21:45

I read something from someone (WON, I think) that said that Vince thinks that Bianca Belair and Peyton Royce have the potential to be the next major stars of the women's division, so there is apparently some reason to it, but I think everyone other than Vince is thinking "Peyton Royce? Really?"
I like Peyton better than Billie Kay at least.
The common consensus is definitely that Peyton is better, but I don't see "star" written on either of them.
That’s fair. I think Peyton is going to end up being just on the periphery of the title picture without ever actually getting there. A lot like what Ziggler ended up being.

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 14th, '20, 11:28

Per BTE, Nakazawa oiled up the turnbuckle so that Sydal would get injured because he was mad that he was left out of the battle royale.

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 14th, '20, 12:03

cero2k wrote:
Sep 14th, '20, 11:28
Per BTE, Nakazawa oiled up the turnbuckle so that Sydal would get injured because he was mad that he was left out of the battle royale.

I like the thought behind this, but it only works if Sydal was the first person to climb that turnbuckle during the match. If that's true, then good on AEW for turning a negative into a positive. Now they can have a match, and Nakazawa can have an actual direction of being angry about getting left out in favor of someone who hasn't won a single match in AEW.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 14th, '20, 15:32

i'm surprised to see that name again, but i'm even more surprised to see the image with that name

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 14th, '20, 20:13

cero2k wrote:
Sep 14th, '20, 15:32
i'm surprised to see that name again, but i'm even more surprised to see the image with that name

They seem to have plans for the guy. They put him over in the battle royale a lot more than you would think they would for a random jobber.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 15th, '20, 09:16

Big Red Machine wrote:
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They seem to have plans for the guy. They put him over in the battle royale a lot more than you would think they would for a random jobber.
dude, look at who he is wrestling
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Post by KILLdozer » Sep 15th, '20, 10:44

You gotta admire that one guy who almost could've died 10 years ago, never really went anywhere that I know of, and is still going!

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 15th, '20, 11:57

cero2k wrote:
Sep 15th, '20, 09:16
Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 14th, '20, 20:13


They seem to have plans for the guy. They put him over in the battle royale a lot more than you would think they would for a random jobber.
dude, look at who he is wrestling
He's been around for a while, doing stuff in AEW, had a match in ROH a few years ago, etc.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 15th, '20, 13:47

Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 15th, '20, 11:57

He's been around for a while, doing stuff in AEW, had a match in ROH a few years ago, etc.
hadn't seen his name in a while, and surely hadn't seen his new look. I remember a jr heavyweight type of guy, now he looks huge
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 16th, '20, 01:38

cero2k wrote:
Sep 15th, '20, 13:47
Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 15th, '20, 11:57

He's been around for a while, doing stuff in AEW, had a match in ROH a few years ago, etc.
hadn't seen his name in a while, and surely hadn't seen his new look. I remember a jr heavyweight type of guy, now he looks huge
He was always beefy. He's just short. Cagematch and WIkipedia both have him as 5'10'' and between 200-210 lbs.
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Sep 16th, '20, 08:36

Big Red Machine wrote:
Sep 16th, '20, 01:38

He was always beefy. He's just short. Cagematch and WIkipedia both have him as 5'10'' and between 200-210 lbs.
you may be right, this is the Jesse that I remember, but granted, this was like 10 years ago

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by cero2k » Oct 12th, '20, 11:15

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Oct 14th, '20, 20:50

Not an exact quote, but Wade Keller noted the following on last week's Fix, which I had not put together before:

"Tribal Chief"= top babyface
Jey Uso= fans
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Oct 22nd, '20, 20:10

In case anyone was wondering:

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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Oct 22nd, '20, 20:13

https://411mania.com/wrestling/bret-har ... -screwjob/
In the latest episode of Confessions of the Hitman (via Wrestling Inc), Bret Hart spoke about his Survivor Series 1997 match with Shawn Michaels and said that if it happened as planned, people would talk about it more than the Montreal Screwjob. Here are highlights:

On his Survivor Series match with Shawn Michaels:
“We may not have liked each other that much, but we sure had some great matches together, and we really worked hard to perform together. Like, even the match – The Montreal Screwjob match – before the whole screwjob happened, is a five-star match. We tore an incredible pace. We we were going for 15 minutes before we even got into the ring, and then, we did about 10 minutes in the ring. But we had another 25 minutes of a match that was planned out. If it had ever happened, it could have been one of the greatest matches of all time. And we’d be talking about that more today than the actual Screwjob.”

Hasn't the story always been that the Sharpshooter reversed into a Sharpshooter spot was supposed to be the cue for D-X to run in for the DQ? What's he talking about with this extra 25 minutes that were planned out?
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Re: Day-to-Day Quote Topic

Post by Big Red Machine » Oct 23rd, '20, 09:06

Meltzer wrote:In the sixth quarter, AEW did 676,000 viewers and 352,000 in 18-49 for a Taz interview with Brian Cage and Ricky Starks and the Chris Jericho/MJF dinner and musical comedy routine. While it did almost double NXT, it was still the low point of the show for AEW in total viewers. NXT did 607,000 viewers and 178,000 in 18-49 for the segment with William Regal announcing the new main event, Xia Li vs. Kacy Catanzaro, the Raquel Gonzalez post-match destruction and Cameron Grimes promo.
This was also one of the closest quarters this week between the two shows, and when you consider that AEW had the much-hyped segment between two top stars while NXT featured undercard acts, I think that's all that needs to be said about this Jericho/MJF crap.
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