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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-08 03:11:33 Reply

If Triple H does turn heel, where will he go if he loses to Jeff? I can't picture him doing anything else but going for the title as a heel.

Also, what do you think will happen with Lita on Monday?


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-08 12:08:12 Reply

At 12/8/07 03:11 AM, boloneyman wrote: If Triple H does turn heel, where will he go if he loses to Jeff? I can't picture him doing anything else but going for the title as a heel.

He could turn on HBK and fued with him for a while. Jericho is still in the title mix so he may have to contend with whoever wins the #1 contender spot.

Also, what do you think will happen with Lita on Monday?

She and Trish could have a confrontation for old times sake.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-08 14:19:03 Reply

At 12/8/07 03:11 AM, boloneyman wrote: If Triple H does turn heel, where will he go if he loses to Jeff? I can't picture him doing anything else but going for the title as a heel.

He might, but right now, I dont think so.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-08 14:52:24 Reply

At 12/8/07 03:11 AM, boloneyman wrote: If Triple H does turn heel, where will he go if he loses to Jeff? I can't picture him doing anything else but going for the title as a heel.

Could revive the old feud with HBK, or maybe Flair.
Or maybe he could start Evolution MK2. With Umaga, Kennedy and Carlito.

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-08 22:01:38 Reply

Here's a cool interview with Randy Orton

He talks about how he hates the spinner belt and his theme music and overall sounds more interesting than he ever has in his WWE career. Its worth a listen.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-08 22:26:27 Reply

Hi everyone. I just recently bought Hitman Hart: Wrestling with Shadows and the Hardcore Edition of the Mick Foley's Greatest Hits and Misses DVD at Zellers earlier today. I'm going to go watch the Mick Foley DVD now.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-08 22:49:01 Reply

At 12/8/07 03:11 AM, boloneyman wrote: If Triple H does turn heel, where will he go if he loses to Jeff? I can't picture him doing anything else but going for the title as a heel.

Also, what do you think will happen with Lita on Monday?

Since she left as a heel. the fans will welcome her back with "slut" chants.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-09 10:17:17 Reply

At 12/8/07 10:26 PM, LordKooler wrote: Hi everyone. I just recently bought Hitman Hart: Wrestling with Shadows and the Hardcore Edition of the Mick Foley's Greatest Hits and Misses DVD at Zellers earlier today. I'm going to go watch the Mick Foley DVD now.

Two great DVD's right there. I've got the older version of the Foley DVD. The newer one has teh match with Rando Orton on it. Definatly worth watching both of those though. Hope you enjoy it.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-09 20:06:51 Reply

Ron Killings just parted ways with TNA.

Source: Gerweck.net

Ron "The Truth" Killings posted the following bulletin on MySpace this afternoon:

Ron "The Truth" Killings and TNA Wrestling have come to a mutual agreement on his release. Killings wishes TNA Wrestling the best. Killings is looking forward to continue his wrestling career and looking to go back to his original stomping grounds.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-09 20:14:13 Reply

At 12/9/07 08:06 PM, LordKooler wrote: Ron Killings just parted ways with TNA.

Source: Gerweck.net

Ron "The Truth" Killings posted the following bulletin on MySpace this afternoon:

Ron "The Truth" Killings and TNA Wrestling have come to a mutual agreement on his release. Killings wishes TNA Wrestling the best. Killings is looking forward to continue his wrestling career and looking to go back to his original stomping grounds.

Crap, that splits up a good tag team. I guess the other guy (forgot his name) will end up in singles competition, although I haven't seen him in a while, either. At least he left on friendly terms - which usually isn't the case these days.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-09 23:09:47 Reply

Calito will have a ladder match against Jeff Hardy tomorrow on RAW. Knowing how Jeff has been pushed lately, guess that Carlito will be once again take the jobber's role.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 00:09:26 Reply

At 12/9/07 09:18 PM, The-Redangleprince wrote: Ron Killings though, that boy can go to Mexico.

Sounds more like he's interested in heading to WWE. Which ya know, you could bring him in, build him up as a heel, and take advantage of that rap he did against Cena as you can try to build Killings as a headliner, or as the tune up feud for Cena when he gets back before he chases the belt again.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 07:30:57 Reply

I'd like to see Killings in WWE again. Just not as K-Kwick, that name sucks. He could definatly be a great heel, but also a face so it would be wise for WWE to try and sign him. They can always use the help.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 15:12:28 Reply

At 12/9/07 09:18 PM, The-Redangleprince wrote:
At 12/9/07 08:14 PM, Assi9 wrote: Crap, that splits up a good tag team. I guess the other guy (forgot his name) will end up in singles competition, although I haven't seen him in a while, either. At least he left on friendly terms - which usually isn't the case these days.
No, that was not a good Tag Team, that was an awful tag team and Adam Jones left the company the day after BFG. He wasn't worth the money they were paying him and he really wasn't pulling in any viewers to begin with. He sucked, plain and simple.

Ron Killings though, that boy can go to Mexico.

The tag team was good BECAUSE of Killings; as far as Jones, I liked it when he would throw wads of money into the ring to distract opponents. Have you ever seen any other wrestlers do that? I guess I liked seeing an original way of distraction other than the mundane "LOOK OVER HERE, REF!!!" or someone else showing up unexpectedly.

At 12/10/07 07:30 AM, Outlaw88 wrote: I'd like to see Killings in WWE again. Just not as K-Kwick, that name sucks. He could definatly be a great heel, but also a face so it would be wise for WWE to try and sign him. They can always use the help.

Hell, HE WAS FORMERLY IN THE WWE, TOO? TNA really IS a parade of former WWE guys....

I don't remember a K-Kwick; must've been before I picked up on wrestling - or at least before I started watching wrestling on cable.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 16:48:30 Reply

At 12/8/07 10:01 PM, pepeatumi wrote: Here's a cool interview with Randy Orton

He talks about how he hates the spinner belt and his theme music and overall sounds more interesting than he ever has in his WWE career. Its worth a listen.

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 20:28:36 Reply

At 12/10/07 03:12 PM, Assi9 wrote: I don't remember a K-Kwick; must've been before I picked up on wrestling - or at least before I started watching wrestling on cable.

I think this was like late 2000 maybe? I know it was before Road Dogg was fired. Killings was green as hell and just terrible at that point in time.

Dudes, that segment with H was just fantastic, yes he's a douche, but this is a reminder of why he is where he is, that it isn't just who he married.

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 21:02:01 Reply

OMFG, Rob. Van. Dam. Followed by an epic 5-Star Frog Splash on Santino. ^_^

AND AN EVOLUTION REUNION!!!!

At 12/10/07 08:28 PM, aviewaskewed wrote:
At 12/10/07 03:12 PM, Assi9 wrote: I don't remember a K-Kwick; must've been before I picked up on wrestling - or at least before I started watching wrestling on cable.
I think this was like late 2000 maybe? I know it was before Road Dogg was fired. Killings was green as hell and just terrible at that point in time.

Yeah, that was about a year before I came in.

Dudes, that segment with H was just fantastic, yes he's a douche, but this is a reminder of why he is where he is, that it isn't just who he married.

It was great. :P Quite a lot of guys, though; he apparently isn't too good with distinguishing genders.

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He said that? I only heard "Thanks, Steph.".


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 21:42:30 Reply

It's official - even Khali jobs to The Hulkster. And just like I thought, he had to pitch the new American Gladiators.

Still, the fans showed their support, despite the tough time he's having, which probably means a lot to him, I'm sure.

Hornswaggle doing Hulk's poses = rofflecopter.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 22:11:48 Reply

At 12/10/07 09:42 PM, Assi9 wrote: Still, the fans showed their support, despite the tough time he's having, which probably means a lot to him, I'm sure.

And once again, Hulk Hogan works another crowd...I turned something else on during that segment, Hogan just disgusts me at this point.

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Eh, this Bischoff Jericho segment isn't doin it for me. Too much like typical RAW. I popped for the battle royal finish though, hahahahahaha!


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 22:45:59 Reply

I apologize for the multi-posting, but it's a special night, and I'm posting as the show goes along.

As hilarious as it is seeing someone buy a win in a Battle Royal, I wish Scotty or Sgt. Slaughter could've won.....come to think of it, I'm surprised that Scotty showed up after being fired.

The Walls of Jericho came tumbling down............on Randy Orton & Eric Bishoff's respected overinflated melons. :P Well, actually, Bishoff just got his block knocked off after a slew of hilarious rhymes at his expense; The Walls ended up all on Orton.

I knew they'd let Cody Rhodes have the Tag Title with his dad being at ringside......sorta'; sometimes it's hard to predict. But it was a touching moment. ^_^

Wow, Trish & Lita TEAMING UP - any horny straight guy's dream. :P *Jerry awler nods in approval* But teaming up to shut Jillian up is a Merry X-mas. ^_^

Also wow, they've actually shown bits with Kurt & Booker in there, which is a major surprise.

Lita + Kane + awkward moment between exes + "DAMN!" = awesomelollerskaterofflecoptersquaredtot hetenth.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 23:13:10 Reply

At 12/10/07 09:42 PM, Assi9 wrote: It's official - even Khali jobs to The Hulkster. And just like I thought, he had to pitch the new American Gladiators.

Rofl...not only Khali, even Cena is going to job to Hogan if they had a confrontation or a match because the little kids are guaranteed to burn down the WWE headquater if Hogan gets beat/loses.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 23:17:18 Reply

Oh, and like I predicted, Calito jobbed like a bitch again. But hey, we MIGHT see Jeff Hardy going on top at Armageddon since the winner will get a shot at Orton at RR. We all know that Orton vs HHH is saved for Mania, so there will be a filler feud at RR. Of course, knowing how selfish Hunter is, it will not surprise me that he destroyes Hardy at Armageddon either.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 23:19:31 Reply

I wish Ron Simmons would show up to ease the tension in the awkward moments in my life.

The ladder match let me down. The ending was just so anticlimatic. It was cool to see Steve Blackman, Gangrel, Scotty 2 Hotty and Ted DiBiase again. I think the best match was Kennedy and Marty.

I think the high light was the ever lasting ass kicking at the end. I also enjoyed the flashback reels.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 23:22:30 Reply

Marty Janetty's little Playmaker-into-a-Scissor-Kick finisher (Rocker Dropper?) was cool, but it's a shame he lost. But at least it led to a 2nd DX renunion! ^_^ Now suck it, kennedy, suck it. :P

But now, on to the ending:

PURE.
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McMahon got Socko'ed, Chokeslammed, Stunnered & beersoaked. And then we all had a drink with Stone Cold (or in my case, in the proverbial sense). It was awesome.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 23:23:33 Reply

I have to say, that was one of the best RAWs I've seen in a while.

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 23:40:03 Reply

Fuck, I keep forgetting to comment on the Ladder Match! It was a great match, even if Carlito lost it.....

Come on, Vince; you spent all that time trying to get Carlito to stay, and he has to job? DON'T MAKE HIM REGRET RENIGGING ON HIS WITHDRAWL, VINCE. Or unless you want TNA to gain another former employee.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-10 23:49:08 Reply

The best part was seeing the raw flash backs.


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-11 00:45:09 Reply

At 12/10/07 11:40 PM, Assi9 wrote: Come on, Vince; you spent all that time trying to get Carlito to stay, and he has to job? DON'T MAKE HIM REGRET RENIGGING ON HIS WITHDRAWL, VINCE. Or unless you want TNA to gain another former employee.

Who'll they'll use even worse then you did!

I hear my boy Steve Corino got a dark match tonight, and is probably trying out for an agent/producer position. Kudos to Steve!!!


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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-11 01:02:57 Reply

When they were showing those clips, one was goldust saying wrestlemaaAaaaAaAAnia, where was that from?

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Response to The Wrestling (WWE) Club 2007-12-11 03:47:09 Reply

At 12/11/07 12:45 AM, aviewaskewed wrote: I hear my boy Steve Corino got a dark match tonight, and is probably trying out for an agent/producer position. Kudos to Steve!!!

Damn right! I've always been a fan of Corino, and to be honest.. I'm a fan of his sister, Allison Danger... Even if for different reasons >_>.

All in all, a great RAW! I'll admit the crowd was underwhelming, but I went nuts for the likes of Gillberg and Ted Dibiase (not to mention, Lita.).

Its a shame it all go back to normal aka BORING, next week.


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