PWD 602: Our pets heads are falling off!

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  1. Falsedawn

    Falsedawn destroy Platinum Member

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    Tokyo Sports is saying Meiko Satomura is supposed to be in MYC2. If i'm placing my bets, and Io Shirai isn't there, i'm putting all my money on Meiko to take it all. No idea how that would work with Sendai Girls though.

    And again, that theme is nails.

     
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    Thank you for this. I agree.

    Do you like Celine Dion?

    @Frank23
     
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    WWE got greedy. They had the perfect ending to the feud and are milking it. Had they moved Ciampa up after the last match, they could have revisited their conflict a year later and had a built in storyline.
     
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  4. J Danger

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    And I’ll leave you too
     
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    It was a lumber Jill match. Probably the best lumber Jill match I have ever seen. They really put the Jill in the Lumber that night.
     
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    sleepwalk pork roll, egg and cheese belt Platinum Member

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    Neville/PAC was a TNA guy.

    Replace "TNA" with "RoH" and would be an easier task. There was always at least one star there at any given time (Neville, AJ, Roode) but I don't think it's correct to say that they built it. Id actually put that label on Dusty, Gabe Sapolsky, and Adam Pearce.
     
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  7. deezy

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    The fuck? Saying Neville was a TNA guy is like saying CM Punk, MVP were TNA guys because they were there for like a few tapings.

    We using that logic, AJ Styles, Joe and Bobby Roode were WWF guys because they did some Jakked tapings.
     
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    Fine. Have it your way: TNA guys like AJ, Roode, and Joe built NXT and made it what it is today, just like you said. Happy now?
     
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  9. deezy

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    Hey, remember last week when UFC President Dana White sent Alistair Overeem to the UFC 225 preliminary card because WWE import CM Punk was such a huge pay-per-view (PPV) draw and “The Reem” was not?

    If not, let me refresh your memory.

    “Listen, when Alistair Overeem sells as many pay-per-views as CM Punk does, we can argue,” White told reporters at last week’s UFC 225 media day.

    According to a report from the L.A. Times, UFC 225 drew less than 150,000 PPV buys, which puts the Robert Whittaker vs. Yoel Romero-led fight card in the dreaded “Mighty Mouse” category in terms of overall return.

    Overeem, meanwhile, had the highest-rated fight on the UFC 225 “Prelims” on FOX Sports 1.

    The hulking Dutchman also had the highest-trafficked post right here on MMAmania.com, thanks to a brutal knockout loss to Curtis Blaydes in the third and final round (watch it).

    No telling why UFC 225 was a bust. I’m sure the fact that Romero missed weightand changed his “Reaper” fight to a non-title affair didn’t help, and let’s remember the Aussie is not exactly a household name in the United States, having been out of action since last July — when he and “Soldier of God” also failed to break the 150k mark at UFC 213.

    At least we now know how much Colby Covington’s trash talk can move the needle.


    <Lmaoo>
     
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  10. deezy

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    Get some sleep and rethink this statement.

    They did some Jakked tapings.
     
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    Blunderbuss The Chairman of the PWD

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    Just saw this.. it's early numbers, but holy fuck. That is baaaaaad.
     
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  12. Minotauro Rex

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    John Pollack, via The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, reported that the team hasn't been around because one of the members has a visa issue. Apparently that issue has been resolved, but they're waiting on bringing them back since the focus is currently on pushing The B Team and Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre. It was noted that the company doesn't want them to be just another team, so they plan to bring them back when they can focus on getting them over.
     
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    Not really.
     
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    Pollack...lol. Even his friends don't spell his last name right.

    "One of the members had visa issues"......wouldn't have happened on Paul Ellerings watch.
     
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    Boxing has to listen to forced pop culture references.
     
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    Hart Foundation <KingstonFrown>
     
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    How is that not © WWE?
     
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