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> Official Pro Wrestling Thread, IT'S THE TOP THREAD, YES IT IS!
Smiley_DC2
Posted: Oct 26 2004, 01:31 PM


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exactly its like watching any fictional movie or tv show - scripted!
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 01:32 PM


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Well, there are a lot of people who think its real...
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 01:33 PM


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heh .. not us wink2.gif
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 01:39 PM


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QUOTE (Smiley_DC2 @ Oct 26 2004, 01:16 PM)
of course we know its scripted and fake .. however its is entertaining, well thats why i watch it anyway

found a place nearby thats sells old videos of hardcore japan wrestling with cactus jack and terry funk (hardcore legends), ill prob check em out after my exams finish at the end of november

I definitely know it is fake but it is tight what some of these guys can do. Smiley_DC2, hope u enjoy those japanese wrestling tapes, those are awesome.
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 01:41 PM


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I'll admit that these actors are really physically adept, but they arn't that great at acting.

I was flippin through the channels and it was on, and this guy goes "IF YOUTOUCH ME THOSE POLICE MEN RIGHT THAR ARE GOING TO ARREST YOU". And they had some guy in security outfits right next to the ring. Dude walks over, punches the guy repeatedly in the face. Officer just stands there.

I mean come on, at least have the officer try to break it up and then the wrestler beat up the officer.

Lame ass scripts
Smiley_DC2
Posted: Oct 26 2004, 01:44 PM


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yep i hear u 100% - after all u got wrestlers coming in from the olympics (kurt angle - 96 gold medallist, mark henry), UFC (dan severn and ken shamrock), as well as other top elite athletics competition ~ not to mention all the awesome japanese and lucha libre high flying stuff that is almost breathtaking to watch

thanks Gaara, looking forward to the hardcore japanese stuff .. ive already been able to watch some of the new japan wrestling (some of chris benoit's early matches - as extras on his dvd), and i thought they were awesome, it was also interesting to see the japanese audiences as they are much different to american and other spectators
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 02:02 PM


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undertaker = teh pwnage

undertaker vs. big boss man
taker hung the boss man
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  Posted: Oct 26 2004, 02:04 PM


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YES PHOME MAN
*HIGH FIVES*
I actually stopped wrestling for about 2 years. Just started watching it again in the summer of this year. Fortunately you can leave it for ALONG time and catch up in one episode of RAW LOL!
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 02:05 PM


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heh wrestlemania 15 ... cool post match thing, but that hell in a cell match was the worst ever ... reason why no one remembers or acknowledges it dry.gif

taker vs kane @ wrestlemania 14 was cool ... 3 tombstone piledrivers to pin kane
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 02:07 PM


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imo, tombstone > last ride


hedinride or w/e = teh gay
poetry?! straight jacket? = teh gay
heymen = teh gay also

kane WAS cool...now wtf? p u s s y

*HIGH FIVES JASAN AND SMILEY*
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  Posted: Oct 26 2004, 02:09 PM


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I think the real question is whats your favorite Degeneration X moment!

When the launched a assult on WCW.. I couldn't stop laughing for the entire 2 hours of RAW.
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 02:10 PM


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tombstone was always the best .. besides he couldnt do the last ride to everybody anyways .. remembers back on raw taker vs. rikishi, he tries last ride and OMG he cant do it and gets back dropped in the process

i love it when kane did it though, such a naturally strong guy he could do it to anybody .. even did it to vadar (speaking of which, that was a pretty good rivalry)

*high fives Jasan and Phome* cool.gif
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 02:13 PM


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wonders what happened to ken shamrock?
imo, taboo tuesday was kinda dissapointing
hbk could have won, edge screwed him
kane was beaten, not cool
benoit vs la resistance? whipee
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 02:17 PM


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Shamrock's last WWE (then WWF) appearance was back in '99 .. which was shortly after Jericho arrived (coz they had a minor rivalry), after that i never heard from him ... he did however, return to UFC .. dunno if he's still there .. last i heard he got his ass whooped by Tito Ortiz .. poor guy .. i always liked Shamrock and didnt think he got the push in wrestling he deserved ... he had all the tools to be champ IMO

ANKLE LOCK - ARGH!

added - he was at his peak in '98 before he joined the Corporation IMO ... pity he did leave, would've loved to see him in a submission match up against a kurt angle or chris benoit

Shamrock = submission master

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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 06:27 PM


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ok, ok... can i get in to this also? I loved the Hell in the cell match between Mankind and Undertaker.... badass match. And yeah, the story lines got kinda crappy after 99/2000. I liked Stone Cold.... likes flipping the bird at people and stunning their asses also.
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 06:41 PM


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the first Hell in an Cell match was a great one too - HBK vs. Taker (and Kane if u wanna be accurate)

the Stone Cold era will never be repeated again, his time in 1998 after winning the title was one of the best times to be a rasslin' fan!
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 06:43 PM


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As stone cold would say.... WHAT?!
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 06:47 PM


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i love it when people use the chop on their opponent and the crowd goes "Wooooooo!"

i remember a handicap match back on Judgement Day 2002 where it was Stone Cold vs. Ric Flair & Big Show and during the match Austin and Flair were having a chop battle .. everytime Flair would chop, the crowd would go "Wooooooo!" and everytime Austin would chop, the crowd would go "What!?" .. it was "Wooooo!", "What!?", "Woooooo!", "What!?" for like 2 minutes!
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 07:00 PM


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Hahahaha.... i gotta see that match.... ok a quick question.... how long do you think Flair will be in the WWE??
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 09:22 PM


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i dont see Flair wrestling actively on the roster after 2005 IMO
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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 09:31 PM


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QUOTE (phome @ Oct 26 2004, 02:13 PM)
wonders what happened to ken shamrock?
imo, taboo tuesday was kinda dissapointing
hbk could have won, edge screwed him
kane was beaten, not cool
benoit vs la resistance? whipee

U wanna know what happened to Ken Shamrock? Here is a Brief history of what happened after he left the WWE

Went back to MMA(Mixed Marital Arts), and in 2000 got pwned by Kazuyuki Fujita in PrideFC, then in 2003 went on to become NWA TNA's Champion. After losing the belt to Ron "The Truth" Killings(WWE fans know him as K-Kwik), he went back to the UFC only to get pwned by Tito Ortiz in a three round massacre at UFC 41 I think it was.

What were some of ur favorite wrestlers from the 80's? I used to like Demolition, any of u guys remember them? Or Rick Rude, the Ultimate Warrior, the natural disasters, or ted diabase? Outside of the WWE, my favorite legends would have to be Sting, The Great Muta(now going by Keji Muto, his real name, one phenominal wrestler in New Japan Pro and in WCW), Jushin Liger(might be in the benoit DVD with the mask that had horns on it), Abdullah the Butcher, Mitsuhiro Matsunaga, Mr. pogo, Hyabusa, Stan Hansen, and Vader


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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 10:22 PM


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Thanks for the in depth in Shamrock (i totally forgot about the whole TNA thing)

Yeah the Chris benoit DVD features 3 of his matches from New Japan wrestling, in which he was wrestling as the Pegasus Kid (masked) and later on as Wild Pegasus (un-masked) .. the matches are against Jushin Thunder Liger (as u mentioned Gaara), Black Tiger (Eddie Guerrero), and the Great Sasuke ~ all awesome awesome matches i might add!

Favourite wrestlers from the 80s - Ultimate Warrior, Jake The Snake Roberts, the Big Bossman (in his cop attire), Hulk Hogan, and Andre The Giant .. i didnt watch too much back in that day .. i really got into it in the early 90s .. then later on (and since then) in the late 90s

added - another classic match - Hulk Hogan vs. Ultimate Warrior at Wrestlemania 6 (IC Champ vs. Heavyweight Champ)

added x 2 - the need to re-release that Legends of Wrestling game and let friggin THQ do it! That would be the ultimate - esp if they can hook up all the original entrance music and all ~ WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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Posted: Oct 26 2004, 11:29 PM


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Here are my moder day versions of classic wrestlers

Chris Benoit is todays version of the Dynamite Kid
La Resistance is todays version of the Regeau Brothers
JBL and Orlando Jordan are todays version of the Million Dollar Man and Virgil
The hardy boys were like the Rockers in a way

That is all I can think of now.
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Posted: Oct 27 2004, 05:37 AM


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some others to be added to the list

Big Show = Andre the Giant
Holly Cousins (Hardcore and Crash) = the Body Donnas
Rick Steiner = Junkyard Dog (JYD)
Evolution = Four Horsemen
Victoria = Alundra Blayze
Rico = Goldust
Basham Brothers = Headbangers
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Posted: Oct 27 2004, 10:00 AM


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Any of you Remember Gelberg??

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