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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-13 18:24:04 Reply

Pepi, Love the New Sig.

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Kooler, Since you seem to be the resident TNA Fantic/Expert, What Do you think are Hoyt and Killing's chances of claiming the tag titles some time in the distant future? I think they are very good.

Jericho, You're a traitor and a sellout >:(


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-13 18:30:56 Reply

Some potentially pretty bad news about the ECW brand:

Dave Scherer is reporting today that Kevin Dunn, who is head of WWE production and the right hand of Vince, is telling everyone that ECW will be more integrated as the third WWE brand, rather then being treated like something almost seperate from the main company. Changes will include "vixens" being called "divas" on all production material, and they are also toying with calling the wrestlers "superstars" instead of "extremists. It was also reported that the extreme rules matches will be toned down, as Vince hated the RVD/Test match because he dosen't like the high plunder content bouts because they lead to injury. So while Extreme Rules is probably not going to be done away with, it is going to be toned down.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-13 18:56:13 Reply

At 10/13/06 06:24 PM, Redface wrote:
Kooler, Since you seem to be the resident TNA Fantic/Expert, What Do you think are Hoyt and Killing's chances of claiming the tag titles some time in the distant future? I think they are very good.

In my opinion, I think that Killings & Hoyt are a thrown together tag team. Plus with the BET thing teased between Killings & Elix Skipper on iMPACT, I think that Skipper will leave the Diamonds in the Rough and form the BET stable with Ron Killings & Monty Brown.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-13 19:08:43 Reply

At 10/13/06 06:30 PM, aviewaskewed wrote:
Dave Scherer is reporting today that Kevin Dunn, who is head of WWE production and the right hand of Vince, is telling everyone that ECW will be more integrated as the third WWE brand, rather then being treated like something almost seperate from the main company. Changes will include "vixens" being called "divas" on all production material, and they are also toying with calling the wrestlers "superstars" instead of "extremists. It was also reported that the extreme rules matches will be toned down, as Vince hated the RVD/Test match because he dosen't like the high plunder content bouts because they lead to injury. So while Extreme Rules is probably not going to be done away with, it is going to be toned down.

What the FUCK is this all about? ECW has been pretty good (excluding the first and most recent episodes) and the best matches so far have been RVD-Holly and RVD-Test which were both, wait for it.... Extreme Rules matches. And I have a great idea, don't call them extremists, don't call them superstars, call them WRESTLERS (Gasp!).

The Diva thing is also dumb, someone like Ariel fits more as a Vixen that a diva. More to the point, let's put it like this... If it ain't broke don't fix it.. ECW isn't broke so don't fucking fix it... Bunch of idiots.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-13 19:40:29 Reply

I agree with you pep, but Vince is who he is, and he likes to be able to control his products, and have them go "his way". Toning down the Extreme Rules TV bouts makes a certain amount of sense, you don't want these guys getting beaten to death on TV, but Vince will have to be careful in how he does that. I think they oughtta let them really try and "go for it" with PPV though.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-13 21:02:01 Reply

lol, MVP got the crap beaten out of him by Kane. Did you see the look on his face?

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-13 21:25:46 Reply

At 10/13/06 09:02 PM, ibhenowflee wrote: lol, MVP got the crap beaten out of him by Kane. Did you see the look on his face?

Lol, yeah. I expected Kane to go to Smackdown just not so soon. I guess SD needs as more starpower as possible especially with Rey scheduled for knee surgery in a couple of weeks.

Now, back to ECW. I understand wanting to protect some of the wrestlers, but there are certain wrestlers (like the Sandman) who benefit from Extreme Rules due to the fact that they're limited in their wrestling abilities. The Extreme rules enviroment is also what separates ECW from RAW and SD so that's probably why I don't want it to be toned down.

It seems that's what Vince is going to do and nothing is going to change his mind, he'll probably use Extreme Rules on PPV's or when they're going to put an end to a feud.

Although I have to wonder, if Holly hadn't sliced his back open would this thought even be in Mcmahon's head?


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-13 23:11:55 Reply

sure i'll join! just as long as we can talk about hardcore matches and those matches : ) ... =)


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 00:36:42 Reply

At 10/13/06 09:02 PM, ibhenowflee wrote: lol, MVP got the crap beaten out of him by Kane. Did you see the look on his face?

I laughed.

Oh... and can I join?

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 02:14:34 Reply

Kyle-the-killer & ManMadeKing, If you want to join this club you have to post here again.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 02:42:08 Reply

At 10/13/06 09:25 PM, pepeatumi wrote: Now, back to ECW. I understand wanting to protect some of the wrestlers, but there are certain wrestlers (like the Sandman) who benefit from Extreme Rules due to the fact that they're limited in their wrestling abilities. The Extreme rules enviroment is also what separates ECW from RAW and SD so that's probably why I don't want it to be toned down.

Extreme Rules has been amping up the last couple of weeks with RVD. I can see why they want to roll it back a bit, because they've been giving away PPV quality matches on free tv, and that creates a dangerous "can we top this?" environment which gets the wrestlers hurt. Sandman can easily come out and just start whacking people with the Singapore Cane and boom! He's had a halfway decent TV match. I think we should really wait and see how far down is toned down.

It seems that's what Vince is going to do and nothing is going to change his mind, he'll probably use Extreme Rules on PPV's or when they're going to put an end to a feud.

From what I hear, the stip isn't being done away with, it's just that matches like RVD/Test and RVD/Holly will probably not occur anymore, they'll have Extreme Rules, and some plunder, but I would think it'd be confined to only one or two spots per match, vs. five or six really holy shit moments.

Although I have to wonder, if Holly hadn't sliced his back open would this thought even be in Mcmahon's head?

It still would have been. WWE has been generally toning down the risky matches and violence on the shows the past couple of years. They have quite a few guys on the roster who have had neck surgeries due to the hard hitting style from the Monday Night Wars, so now that WWE has no direct competition, they want to try and re-educate the fans that less is more. Seriously, if a guy has a good grasp of psychology, he can make a few moves and a big spot do much more for him then if he just goes out and starts hitting high spot after high spot, and throws everything and the kitchen sink at an opponent.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 07:36:09 Reply

And now, after a one week hiatus.... it's The D-Lucks Smackdown Recap!!!!!

1. United States Champion Mr. Kennedy vs. Chris Benoit

As soon as Benoit's music filled the arena, you just knew that Kennedy's title run was up. Someone who had only just come back from a five month sabbatical was not going to job to Kennedy in his second match back. For some reason I didn't expect Undertaker to come out like that, but it got the job done, as aftersome German Suplexes and the Crippler Crossface, the match was won and Benoit became the new United States Champion.

2. MVP vs. Kane

As pep said, I didn't expect Kane to turn up on SD so soon, but still, it was hilarious for the Mighty Morphin' Power Ranger to get his arse kicked and then run away. as the old saying goes, "Be careful what you wish for, as you just might get it." Of course, because Morphin' Time ran away, it ended in a No Contest, but it was funny as hell to watch.

3. Vito vs. William Regal

I really, REALLY didn't need to see that. Thank God it wasn't live >:( As JBL said, there were children in the audience, and his mother watches the show. I really don't think it was necessary for Vito to waggle his meat and two veg to the crowd and everyone at home. Oh yeah, and Regal. they apologise for Regal's arse at No Mercy, but WWE didn't feel they needed to apologise for that atrocity? Pathetic, even if it was blurred out, it was still unnecessary. Vito won to the annoyance of pretty much everyone.

4. Rey Mysterio vs. Jamie Noble

Okey-doke, Kid Kash is released, and Jamie Noble looks set to be a jobber again. Well done, WWE, your writing team shines through again (/sarcasm). After Jamie was squashed by Rey, Chavo and Vickie come out and challenge Rey to an I Quit match next week on SD. Rey asks Chavo if he really wants to lose to hime for the third time running, and Vickie tells rey thta the difference between him and Eddie, was that Eddie had balls. Way to respect your late husband, Vickie. So anyway, Rey accepted the challenge, and now there's going to be an I Quit match next week.

5. Jimmy Wang Yang, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. KC James, Idol Stevens and Sylvan

After a great match, Jimmy, London and Kendrick won, giving Jimmy his first win since his debut two weeks ago. good news, as Jimmy seems to be over with the crowd. This can only mean good things in Jimmy's immediate future, surely?

6. Batista vs. Finlay vs. Lashley for the No. 1 Contender Spot

King Booker was in on commentary for this match. After a real physical contest, which saw Batista getting double-chockeslammed through the announce table, Lashley getting Celtic Crossed, and Finlay getting Batista Bombed, Batista pinned Finlay to become the No. 1 Contender. He will face King Booker next week for the title, with John Cena and Big Show at ringside next week to scout the match. Naturally, Booker's going to win somehow as the Cyber Sunday main event is unlikely to change now.

Other Stuff That Happened

Not a lot else really lol :P

My Thoughts

A pretty alright show, that I felt was let down a bit by Vito flashing his cock and balls too much to a crowd with children in it. Pedo.

Also WHERE WAS TATANKA???? I missed seeing him lose for the 9th time in a row.... Vince, please, job him again on next weeks show! TATANKA IS THE MAN!!!!! :P

Well that's it for this week. Also, on another topic, will Beth Pheonix EVER come back to RAW? Her jaw injury sustained in early June was only supposed to put her out of action for two months. It's now October. where the hell is she?

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 09:23:17 Reply

Hey I know I'm like 4 years late but do you still have a spot in the club for the Buggman. If you don't you go to hell you go to hell and you die.

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 11:42:32 Reply

Forget Tatanka, I think Regal has had a much longer losing streak. Seriously, I can't remember the last time he won a match. I'm getting real sick of Vito, and I think the general crowd is getting tired of him as well so hopefully it won't be long before this gimmick is done and over with.

The 6 man tag was easily the best of the night and Jimmy got his first win. Yay!


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 12:18:26 Reply

At 10/14/06 11:42 AM, Outlaw88 wrote: Forget Tatanka, I think Regal has had a much longer losing streak. Seriously, I can't remember the last time he won a match. I'm getting real sick of Vito, and I think the general crowd is getting tired of him as well so hopefully it won't be long before this gimmick is done and over with.

The 6 man tag was easily the best of the night and Jimmy got his first win. Yay!

Perhaps Tatanka and Regal could form a tag team together to drown each others sorrows.

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 13:44:12 Reply

www.ovwrestling.com

thats where Beth Phoenix is right now. Its a training arena that shows house shows and pretty much alot of wrestlers came to ovw to train for WWE

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 14:50:19 Reply

At 10/14/06 01:44 PM, darkness-of-light wrote: www.ovwrestling.com

thats where Beth Phoenix is right now. Its a training arena that shows house shows and pretty much alot of wrestlers came to ovw to train for WWE

Thanks, But we kinda already know what Ohio Valley Wrestling is :)

So, It's probably certain that Rey is going to lose next weeks watch so he can go on haitus due to his Knee Surgery which is coming up. But what about after that? maybe he'll go to RAw and chase the Intercontinental Championship or something.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 15:54:32 Reply

ECW Original Sandman and the extreme educator, Matt Striker, will bring their rivalry to the next level when they face off in a Singapore Cane-on-a-Pole Match on ECW on Sci Fi.

Hatred has burned between these two since Striker brought his classroom to ECW. Sandman has managed to crash several of Striker’s Classroom sessions. The two also faced on Oct. 3 when Striker pinned Sandman to pick up a victory along with Big Show. Most recently, Sandman pinned Striker last week on ECW on Sci Fi in another Six-Man Tag Team Match.

The Singapore Cane-on-a-Pole Match marks the first singles match for Striker since joining the ECW roster. He will have nowhere to run this time without Big Show or Test in his corner.

“This kid’s nuts,” Sandman said in response to Striker’s most recent challenge. “Obviously he’s outsmarted himself on this one because if he thinks by putting that cane up on a pole he’s going to have a better shot at beating me, then he’s definitely not as intelligent as he thinks he is.”

If there was ever an advantageous stipulation match for Sandman, the Singapore Cane-on-a-Pole Match is it. Striker is out of his element in this one.

“I’ll take his head off with it,” Sandman said. “No mercy. Not since what he’s done to me the last couple weeks.”

While Sandman is already penciling in a win for the match and intends on finally beheading the pompous teacher, Striker feels confident in himself.

“First of all, it’s physically impossible to take someone’s head off,” Striker said. “But expect nothing less from a Neanderthal, uneducated, reprobate, inebriated one such as he to think that you can physically take someone’s head off. Believe me, that’s not happening. Not in my classroom.”

Striker acknowledges the brutality of his opponent and within the match itself. But he believes he has what it takes to outsmart Sandman in his own game.

“This is a barbaric, heinous contest. I am a professional wrestler. A highly trained one at that. My strategy will be to ground the Sandman. To make him unable to retrieve that Singapore cane. And finally, when I procure that cane, I will engage in heinous activity.”

Will Striker teach Sandman a lesson or will Sandman disrupt Striker’s class again? Find out on ECW on Sci Fi at 10/9 CT.
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This week on ECW on Sci Fi, Rob Van Dam gets his last chance to reclaim his position at the very top of ECW – a brand he first debuted with more than one decade ago. On Tuesday, ECW fans will witness an epic encounter between RVD and a man who has yet to be pinned since his emergence in ECW, arguably the most dominant champion in sports-entertainment today: Big Show.

"The ECW worldwide audience has spoken, and despite my prophecies, RVD is still their man,” Paul Heyman told ECW.com. “Obviously, my Children of Extreme need to witness before their very eyes, the sheer dominance of the ECW World Champion Big Show. Therefore, I have granted Rob Van Dam his first one-on-one opportunity against The Big Show since their July 4 match in Philadelphia when Big Show won the championship.”

At the unexpected and surprising behest of Paul Heyman, RVD was given the unique opportunity to compete against the Extreme Giant. Since the infamous South Philly Screwjob on July 4 where Heyman aided the Extreme Giant in seizing the gold from Van Dam, Heyman has placed roadblock after roadblock in front of RVD – from the rugged Hardcore Holly to the malicious Test.

The ECW Messiah, who since the rebirth of ECW has abandoned ECW Originals like Van Dam, has forged an alliance of sorts with the World’s Largest Athlete and others that he believes are the future of Extreme. Bastardized by ECW’s self-touted martyr and Messiah, RVD has spent the majority of his recent ECW career fighting against the tide and against highly stacked odds.

Finally, having endured a number of grueling confrontations, he has brawled his way back into contention for ECW’s top prize. Given the events of the last several months, when RVD was presented with this prospect, it was undoubtedly an offer the Extremist could not refuse.

“Should RVD pull off the impossible and defeat Big Show,” explained Heyman, “then I will be obligated to grant him a title match. However, if Van Dam falls victim to the champion, like [so many others] have before him, then I will move ECW forward and far away from RVD's selfish pursuit of being the ECW World Champion."

In order for RVD to reach the pinnacle of the ECW mountain, he will need to conquer a steep challenge in the ECW World Champion. The path of the massive Extremist has been that of destruction and sheer dominance. Big Show has defended his championship against all-comers and has yet to be pinned since claiming the gold. Relive the wreckage of the Extreme Giant on ECW.com.

From encounters with Extremists Sabu and Sandman to battles with RAW and SmackDown behemoths like Kane, Batista and Undertaker, the World’s Largest Athlete has left a stack of crippled bodies in his immense tracks. He even dominated in the bloodiest Hell in a Cell Match in history against D-Generation X at Unforgiven.

This Tuesday, the mammoth path of the ECW World Champion intersects with that of Rob Van Dam on ECW on Sci Fi. Would RVD be able to scale the 7-foot mountain? Could he earn the right to an ECW World Championship match? Or would Big Show maintain his supremacy and dominate en route to Cyber Sunday?

What level of Extreme would both men have in store for each other? Tune in Tuesday on Sci Fi at 10/9 CT to see all the unbelievable action.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 17:33:52 Reply

At 10/14/06 09:23 AM, bugggy wrote: Hey I know I'm like 4 years late but do you still have a spot in the club for the Buggman. If you don't you go to hell you go to hell and you die.

Well if you post more than once than yes. What do you mean by four years late?
Anyways who's you favorite wrestler and what is your favorite pay per view?


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 17:47:13 Reply

Well I'm bored so...
Favorite wrestler: Undertaker
PPV: Wrestlmania X8
Favorite Brand: old ECW
Favorite tag-team: Undertaker and Kane
Favorite feud: Undertaker vs. Mock Undertaker

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 18:04:54 Reply

sandman and show are wining on tues


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 19:10:14 Reply

suposivly RVD wins


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 20:46:51 Reply

Striker and Haas make WWE not suck.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 23:21:25 Reply

At 10/14/06 05:47 PM, DaddyLuv wrote: Well I'm bored so...
Favorite wrestler: Undertaker
PPV: Wrestlmania X8
Favorite Brand: old ECW
Favorite tag-team: Undertaker and Kane
Favorite feud: Undertaker vs. Mock Undertaker

You seem to be a fan of the Taker anyways mine are:

Favorite Wrestler: Batista
PPV: Royal Rumble 2005, first PPV I ever saw.
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Favorite tag-team: London and Kendrick future hall of famers.
Favorite fued: Batista vs HHH, good story line.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-14 23:42:54 Reply

Bunch of Cyber Sunday spoilers on the way, so if you don't like spoilers I got two words for ya... Ignore them!

The current plan for the 11/5 Cyber Sunday PPV main event is to feature a fan ballot to determine which of the WWE championships will be on the line - the WWE World title, the ECW World title, or the WWE championship - in the "Champion of Champions" match featuring Big Show vs. John Cena vs. King Booker. This may be the planned announcement for this Monday's Raw by Vince McMahon.

Please don't let it be the ECW title..

Also scheduled for the PPV is Jeff Hardy defending the WWE Intercontinental championship, with the fans deciding his challenger among Johnny Nitro, Shelton Benjamin, Carlito, Super Crazy, and Chris Masters.

Please let it be Carlito.... It will probably be him

Local advertising in the Cincinnati market also lists Ric Flair, DX, Vince McMahon, The Spirit Squad, Edge, Lita, Randy Orton, Rob Van Dam, Batista, Sabu, and William Regal for Cyber Sunday.

Please make a Sabu-William Regal match.

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-15 00:07:42 Reply

I'm going to ECW show tomorrow. I'm so happy. Even though I'll be in the front row.. and not on live T.V.

Damnit...

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-15 00:11:34 Reply

At 10/14/06 11:42 PM, pepeatumi wrote:
Please don't let it be the ECW title..

My children...I smell a good old fashioned ECW Campaign coming on! You can usually screw a WWE.com poll. So all we need to do is decide which belt we want on the line for that show, and then vote for that. Though I don't really believe that they're going to allow any title change. So which will it be:

1. Bling Bling belt (WWE title...it's been disgraced)

or

2. WCW...er...I mean...World Heavyweight Championship

Let's get a consenssuss on one or the other before we go and flood the polls.

Please let it be Carlito.... It will probably be him

If the poll ain't worked, yeah, it probably will be.

Local advertising in the Cincinnati market also lists Ric Flair, DX, Vince McMahon, The Spirit Squad, Edge, Lita, Randy Orton, Rob Van Dam, Batista, Sabu, and William Regal for Cyber Sunday.

I've heard that the plan with DX in the long run is that ultimately they will pick up their feud with the Mcmahons again.

Please make a Sabu-William Regal match.

That would be an interesting clash of styles. I think I'd rather see an RVD vs. Sabu Extreme Rules bout though personally.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-15 00:21:06 Reply

At 10/15/06 12:11 AM, aviewaskewed wrote:
1. Bling Bling belt (WWE title...it's been disgraced)

or

2. WCW...er...I mean...World Heavyweight Championship

You said it yourself, the WWE title has been disgraced. Besides, who's the better champ Booker or Cena? Personally, I'm voting for Cena's belt/


I've heard that the plan with DX in the long run is that ultimately they will pick up their feud with the Mcmahons again.

Oh god no! We don't need this and more importantly we don't want this... Which means its going to happen.

That would be an interesting clash of styles. I think I'd rather see an RVD vs. Sabu Extreme Rules bout though personally.

Ah, yes, The eternal rivals going at it one more time. But that's just the thing we've seen it so many times that I would prefer to see something different. However, if its Extreme rules, and I mean balls to the wall, old-school ECW Extreme rules, with absolutely no restrictions, then I'd probably change my mind.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2006-10-15 00:50:52 Reply

At 10/15/06 12:11 AM, aviewaskewed wrote:
My children...I smell a good old fashioned ECW Campaign coming on! You can usually screw a WWE.com poll. So all we need to do is decide which belt we want on the line for that show, and then vote for that. Though I don't really believe that they're going to allow any title change. So which will it be:

I'll probably vote for the bling belt, but that is probably handing Cena the win, because the odds are against them.

As for the Jeff Hardy match, I think the best match would be Jeff versus Super Crazy. Carlito is great and everything, but Super Crazy has been amazing since his debut on Raw. I'd love to see what these two could come up with.


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I'm torn between Super Crazy and Carlito. I just don't have the heart to choose a favorite. :(

But I guess most people would vote for Carlito anyhow, so I need to give Super Crazy some love.