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Discussion in 'Hulkamania' started by Frank Rizzo, Jan 26, 2015.

  1. It was dumb, but I admit I chuckled. I wonder if it was meant as something of a taunt to Vince that he can't do something this tasteless and stupid anymore.
     
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  2. At least the months long story line on Being the Elite paid off. How often can we say that about WWE now? They change their minds weekly.
     
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  3. Cornette is 100% right about Joey Ryan.

    If Vince Russo booked that shit, smarks would hate it. However, because Meltzer likes Joey Ryan, they think it's the greatest shit ever, when in reality, the whole dick thing is just stupid, uncreative, and takes zero talent to pull off. Which is great because Joey Ryan has zero talent. He does nothing but make wrestling look like a joke and makes it impossible to take him (and any show he is on) seriously. Dusty Rhodes of the 80s would've kicked Joey Ryan's ass if he pulled that dick spot shit on his show
     
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  4. Well said, 100% agree with this
     
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  5. Just felt like sharing these videos. I miss the Attitude Era.



    Also just cause. Also @XYZpdq, who would win? El Santo or Rikidozan?
     
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  6. Bret Hart Writes Tribute To Anvil


    Bret anvil tribute.jpg
     
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  7. I don't know my Japanese stuff good enough to speculate. Maybe there's power levels you can determine from "Santo beat XX, XX beat Rikidozan, therefore Santo > Rikidozan" or vice versa?
     
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  8. Doubleposting for the latest developments in the current big Ninja Turtle feud
     
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  9. Why is WWE turning Braun heel? He's completely in the right to be upset that the Shield pulled a dick move and stopped his cash-in on RAW a couple weeks ago.

    Roman would be great playing a coward heel with a persecution complex who needs his brothers to cover for his inadequacies. This would be what was happening is creative knew how to write a story.

    But I'll still keep watching because I like most of the wrestlers involved someone please help me. I have wrestling autism and it's a hell that is inescapable.
     
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  10. Watch other wrestling.

    The guys you like will always only wrestle the same shit-ass boring lolWWE match they always do. They will always only cut the same shit-ass boring lolWWE scripted promo they always do. WWE will always be shit forever. They just got 2 billion dollars for the barely-attended crap they put out every week.

    WWE has no incentive to change. Other than HBK selling out to the oil money and wrestling at an upcoming Saudi show.

    If you need weekly live wrestling CMLL streams Monday and Tuesday nights on youtube, Fridays on facebook and marca (a website). Make snacks in advance because they usually show off the crowd eating food and it looks really great.

    MLW shambled back from the grave a little while back and they've been doing great stuff with a lot of the indie people Impact uses among others, and are running War Games next weekend with LA Park and Pentagon jr having a hardcore match one-on-one in the historic Ft Lauderdale War Memorial Auditorium. Pretty sure they put their weekly show on youtube if you don't get its cable channel, and everything gets streamed on taima tv.

    Impact's got basically none of the old TNA crew left outside Josh Matthews who's become a decent enough announcer. They've been delivering a solid wrestling show by most metrics for a while, even if some weeks they're a few base-hits in a row but maybe no home runs. Their weekly show can be gotten legit for free on the app or illegit through the usual places. They also do coproductions with small indies and stream the show live on twitch, they're usually comfy af.

    AAA's been their usual crazy "WCW turned up to 11" selves, their weekly show Worldwide is on their youtube, they run live feeds of their tapings (lately weekly-ish, probably going to gear down through the holidays) on Twitch and they've had great video quality.
     
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  11. Check out lucha underground on Netflix it's a weird cross between wrestling and movie shit. plus Rey Mysterio shows up in season 2.
     
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  12. I don't have Netflix but I've seen a few matches online for free (youtube reuploads mainly) and the matches were really good.
     
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  13. Check out if you have el rey (the channel) or if you really feel like you could buy it on itunes.
     
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  14. iirc it's on the usual watchwrestling type sites too

    If you have El Rey it might be in a high number pile of Spanish language channels, that's how mine was back when I had cable.
    It's a cool channel. Toho, Shaw Bros, bunch of Euro slashers and westerns. Great promos, good at breaking down why some random trash movie from the 70s is cool because soandso worked on it, hyped their SB stuff on director thisguy and fightguy that guy.
     
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  15. I would've loved to see Savage vs Shawn back in 92-93

    http://www.pwmania.com/lanny-poffo-on-randy-savages-idea-for-shawn-michaels-feud-in-1993

     
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  16. Honestly, at this point, I stay away from main roster WWE and watch virtually everything else I can get my hands on.

    NJPW typically features the best main events and presents the show with more of a realistic sports logic most of the time, so title victories and huge losses actually feel like they matter.

    NXT is the best thing WWE produces. Its basically 1970s wrestling with new age talent, and it works very well for me. Keep it simple, slow build ups, and do a few big shows a year with the big matches. The TakeOver specials get such glowing reviews because NXT doesn't blow their load week to week and instead take the "small and steady wins the race" approach, which makes for better stories and more satisfying big shows.

    Lucha Underground is the exact opposite of NJPW in that it feels more like a scripted televised drama about wrestling with this wacky fictional universe that they've created, and the end result is something immensely entertaining. LU has been a huge source of joy for me as a wrestling fan for the last few years now and the stuff they do is so crazy, it makes me wonder if ideas like The Dungeon of Doom would have worked under Lucha Underground's creative system, lol.

    Ring of Honor has been the Indy darling fed for almost the entire time it has been in existence, but the breakout fame garnered by Cody, The Bucks, and the rest of the Bullet Club elite has made ROH feel bigger as a result. The show has also always been a great showcase for fresh new talents, and that has not changed, but in 2018, they feel bigger and more can't miss than they've ever felt. I think part of that is because they kind of got away from trying to make every single match a 5 star classic and focused on creating matches that people want to spend money on, like the recent Cody/Omega showdown from WrestleMania weekend.

    Speaking of the ROH guys, All In was one of the most entertaining major shows of the year and felt like a celebration of Independent Wrestling. Cody and The Bucks have a DIY attitude and an entrepreneurial spirit that allowed them to follow through on this massive gamble and it paid off. It didn't go off without a hitch (the main event was clearly a rush job) but the overall effort was exciting, and my hats off to everyone involved.

    Heck, even Impact Wrestling, the show formerly known as TNA, the program that should have been dead years ago, has shown signs of creative life in recent months. For the first time in God knows how long, an Impact/TNA PPV was one of the best shows of the year (Slammiversary 2018) and they are better now than they have been since the dark years of the failed Hogan experiment, the last days on SpikeTV, and the uncertainty of the Destination America run and move to PopTV. Hopefully they are on somewhat stable ground now and can become something viable. We'll know more after Bound for Glory if Slammiversary was just a fluke or not.

    And there are a ton of streaming services now that offer wrestling. Lucha Underground is on Netflix and Amazon Prime. ROH has their own Streaming Service Honor Club. NJPW has an English streaming site (though be warned, it is organized horribly), and Impact utilizes a streaming service as well. And All In was available through the Fite App and various other sources. And to their credit, The WWE Network is AWESOME for watching old content. Between NWA, ECW, WCW, AWA, and old school WWF (Rock and Wrestling and Attitude Era), there is no shortage of great material I can revisit. Hell, even revisiting the bad stuff is fun! And there are other oddities out there too. Amazon Prime has Dojo Pro available for all members, so check that out if you're so inclined.

    And I look at all that, and I just can't see myself digesting the weekly main roster WWE product. The last time I watched, Raw was boring. Smackdown was boring, and the Backlash PPV had people walking out on the main event. Its just a dull and formulaic show that goes against what the fans want (Pushing Roman as top face, and Becky as a heel, just as a few examples. Why torture myself watching 5 hours a week to build towards a PPV I don't care about when I can watch the G1 Climax at the push of a button? Why devote so much time to one show, when show's like Lucha Underground and NXT only ask for an hour a week and leave me wanting to see what happens next? And why subject myself to something I know I'm probably not going to like when the most exciting stuff is happening outside of the WWE's bubble with things like All In making a huge splash and things like Bound for Glory, Ultima Lucha Cuatro, and Wrestle Kingdom 13 all on the horizon? And furthermore, why complain about the current era when WWE gives me the material I did enjoy right at my fingertips with the network? Don't like Roman Reigns? No problem, I'd much rather watch Randy Savage anyway.

    It also doesn't help that Football is back and I'd much rather watch that on Sundays and Mondays, and Better Call Saul is more deserving of my viewing time on Mondays.
     
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  17. Jesus Christ, I just found out wwe made Rene Young a full time commentator... I guess they really don't want me back.
     
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  18. Tomorrow is CMLL's big anniversary show! Celebrating 85 years of tradition!
    http://luchadb.com/events/shows/00076000/00076881.php
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    You can stream it legit through ROH's Honor Club (9.99 for a month of service) or through some other ippv site for $10. If you can pay in pesos it's about five bucks from the ippv site.
    Probably a pirate stream on taima tv if you're cheap.

    Not as great a card as they were setting up with Park/Rush, but still should be some pretty good stuff.
    Matt Taven is that Matt Taven from ROH. Caristico is the original guy who was Sin Cara in WWE (he's not particularly botchy now that he's got eye holes and working with guys who know how lucha works). LA Park is the original guy who was La Parka back in WCW. Penta el Zero M and King Phoenix are Pentagon jr and Fenix from AAA/LU/Impact/MLW/All In.

    This is kind of historic for Park, Fenix, and Penta working Triplemania and this show in the same year. It would be roughly like bouncing from Slammiversary to Wrestlemania in about a month.
     
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  19. Ring Warriors is debuting on WGN. If only they could put wrestling on TBS or TNT again.

    lastwordonprowrestling.com/2018/07/24/ring-warriors-makes-return-gets-tv-deal-with-wgn-america/

    Ring Warriors Makes Return, Gets TV Deal with WGN America



    It’s not one of the most familiar brand names out there, but Ring Warriors is making a comeback and doing it with a splash – they’re rebooting with a new one hour television show on WGN America. The Las Vegas, Nevada based promotion made the announcement on their official Facebook page late Monday night. Their new show will debut September 15 in the 8am time slot on Saturday mornings. The first set of tapings is slated form August 8 and 9 at Sam’s Town Casino and features a cast including Impact Wrestling‘s Austin Aries and Eli Drake, Lucha Underground‘s Marty The Moth, indie talent like Jeff Cobb, Santana Garrett, Chris Bey, Alexander Hammerstone, and Luke Hawx, plus former Ring Warriors alumni like Alex Chamberlain, Wes Brisco, Cassidy Riley and Chase Stevens.

    Ring Warriors Makes Return, Gets TV Deal with WGN America

    Ring Warriors was originally a promotion within the pre-Billy Corgan National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), called NWA Ring Warriors, from its founding in 2011 through 2012, and based out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Owned by former NWA owner Howard Brody and wrestlers Vito DeNucci and Paul Jones, it folded in 2016. The promotion was based on a concept conceived by Brody and late Japanese great Hiro Matsuda, a regular of Championship Wrestling From Florida and NJPW, with the goal of bringing the Japanese style to North America – sadly, Matsuda passed away in 1999 and never saw his vision come to life. The new Ring Warriors is solely owned by Brody and will hold a tournament to crown the new Ring Warriors Grand Champion, last held in 2016 by Bruce Santee. Ring Warriors’ last champions also included Battling Bombshells Champion Santana Garrett, Global Tag Team Champions Dos Ben Dejos (Eddie Cruz & Jay Cruz) and Bahamian Champion Alex Chamberlain (a title that has its lineage with the NWA Florida Bahamian Championship from Championship Wrestling From Florida in 1982).

    Ring Warriors also released the following press statement:

    Las Vegas, NV – Founded by the late Hiro Matsuda, a legendary wrestler and the trainer of such international superstars as Hulk Hogan and the Great Muta, Ring Warriors today announced it has secured a U.S. cable broadcast outlet.

    Starting on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at 8 a.m. ET/PT, Ring Warriors will debut on WGN America, a nationally distributed television network that reaches more than 80 million households via cable, satellite and telcos.

    The series, a joint venture between Florida based Ring Warriors and Nevada based Goin’ Mobile Video Productions (GMVP), was acquired for worldwide distribution, marketing and licensing by California based Global Genesis Group (GGG).

    “We are thrilled to be on such a high-profile network,” said GMVP’s Howard Lipkint, the show’s Executive Producer. “Working with Global Genesis Group to take Ring Warriors to the next level, we look forward to bringing our passion for wrestling to fans around the world.”


    “Ring Warriors combines the most electric elements of high-impact sports with explosive characters and storylines that make each match feel larger than life,” added GGG President Rick Romano. “We are so excited to bring a series with such legendary roots to wrestling fans all over the world.”

    Play-by-play and color analysis

    Calling the action for Ring Warriors will be the team of Blake Chadwick and Larry Brannon. Chadwick, a veteran play-by-play announcer for Ring Warriors during its during previous productions (2012-2015), is joined by Brannon, a former NWA world tag team champion who performed under the name Vito DeNucci. Brannon is also the Chief Executive Officer of Ring Warriors, LLC.

    “This is a big move for us,” said Brannon. “We know we have a challenge before us and we are ready, willing and able to meet that challenge. We’ve assembled an amazing array of talent to kick things off. Our goal today is the same as it has always been – to deliver an episodic wrestling product for the fans.”

    Also joining the broadcast team is veteran wrestling announcer Ken Resnick, who brings more than 30 years of experience to Ring Warriors. “Killer Ken” as he is affectionately known, will be handling backstage and in-ring interview duties.

    “I think Hiro would be very proud of what we are doing today with Ring Warriors,” said Howard Brody, Matsuda’s former partner and current Ring Warriors, LLC Chief Operations Officer. “Hiro had a vision that one day Ring Warriors would be on TV in the U.S. but he passed away before that was realized. After almost 20 years that vision is now a reality.”
     
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  20. There's only like one feud I want to watch on the main roster. Bryan vs Miz, Everything just seems bland to me. fucking hell I was watching summerslam on a pirate stream, it went down when Ronda was making her entrance. So I try to find a new one, by the time I found a new stream Ronda already won the title
     
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