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  2. KawadaSmile

    WWE TV 10/19 - 10/25 No NBA, no happiness

    no wonder nxt has become a qanon-adjacent cult filled with sex pests and nonces
  3. SirEdger

    A TEW 2020 PWO Diary

    Sunday, Week 4 September 2020 WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 Kickoff Matches Keith Lee beat Shane Thorne R-Truth beat Akira Tozawa Lacey Evans beat Zelina Vega Heavy Machinery beat Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin Murphy beat Matt Riddle MVP & Mojo Rawley beat Apollo Crews & Aleister Black Naomi & Tamina beat Bianca Belair & Mandy Rose Triple Threat: Alexa Bliss beat Mickie James & Nia Jax Sasha Banks beat Carmella RAW Women's Championship: Asuka beat Sonya Deville to retain 6-Men Tag: King Corbin, Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode beat Rey Mysterio, Cedric Alexander & Ricochet by DQ Smackdown Women's Championship: Bayley beat Charlotte Flair, Natalya & Shayna Baszler to retain Smackdown Tag Team Championship: Cesaro & Shinsuke Nakamura beat The New Day (Big E & Kofi Kingston) to retain Andrade beat Samoa Joe Kevin Owens & AJ Styles beat Braun Strowman & Edge **** NJPW Road to King of Wrestling 2020 Day #10 Dark Matches BONE SOLDIER & Daishi Hashimoto beat Toa Henare & Karl Fredericks Mikey Nicholls beat Zeus KAI & Hideki Suzuki beat Jeff Cobb & Alberto El Patron 6-Men Tag: Taiyo Kea, Manabu Soya & Seiya Sanada beat Michael Elgin, Shigeo Okumura & Tomoyuki Oka Juice Robinson beat KAGETORA El Desperado beat El Phantasmo YOSHI-HASHI beat David Finlay Jr The World Class Tag Team beat Dangerous Tekkers 6-Men Tag: Los Ingobernables de Japon (Shingo Takagi, EVIL & Hiromu Takahashi) beat Kota Ibushi & Birds of Prey CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada & Tomohiro Ishii) beat Suzuki-gun (Minoru Suzuki & Bad Luck Fale) **** Miscellaneous News -Takashi Sugiura is the new GHC Heavyweight Champion after defeating Go Shiozaki at NOAH N-1 Victory last night to start his 5th reign as champion. In the meantime, Naomichi Marufuji won the NOAH N-1 Victory tournament by defeating Kazushi Sakuraba in the finals -Ram Kaicho suffered a Strained Bicep in the opening day of the Ice Ribbon Autumn Festival tour in the opening 6-Women Tag Match of the show. Reports say the injury isn't considered too serious and she should fully recover in about a week.
  4. KawadaSmile

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    Well, here's to two more months of this!
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  6. EricR

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    I really didn't like this PPV a lot, even though Sasha delivering in her match and her win made this a perfectly fine watch for me.
  7. Coffey

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    So The Miz now has the Money in the Bank briefcase to cash-in? I'm... not sure that's much better. I don't think there's a big batch of people clamoring to see another Miz world title reign. Thanks for the summary.
  8. Boss Rock

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    Bayley-Sasha was great.
  9. rainmakerrtv

    Pacific Coast Wrestling

    Pacific Wrestling Showcase from the Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, on ESPN / TSN , October 3rd Badd Company vs. The Dog Pound (Brian Knobbs & Rick Steiner) After their loss to Diamond and Tanaka last week, Knobbs and Steiner immediately demanded a rematch as soon as possible. They came out with an even more fiery ferocity, and Badd Company were on the defensive for much of the match. Badd Company were able to come back with their rapid fire , double team moves. But right in the middle of their rally, Tanaka leapfrogged over Knobbs, only to get levelled by a massive clothesline by Steiner. Knobbs held up Diamond while Steiner got the pinfall. The Dog Pound had evened the count with Badd Company and don't look to stop there. Mike Rotunda vs. Waylon Mercy It seems like so long ago that Mercy was known as Dan Spivey and was Rotunda's best friend. So much has changed in that time and they are now the bitterest of enemies and there seemed like no trace of their friendship remained as the two tore into each other. Mercy's mentor Jake "The Snake" Roberts was at ringside, but Rotunda stayed laser focused on Mercy throughout the match, and the two waged a mighty battle indeed. Mercy was set to put Rotunda down for good with the DDT, and took a second to grin at The Snake, who nodded in approval. But Rotunda was playing possum and caught Mercy in a small package that just barely got the three count. Mercy and Roberts were both furious, but Rotunda was defiant in his victory, having clearly taken all he intended to take from the dastardly duo. Ed Wiskowski & Doug Somers vs. Cabin Fever (Manny Fernandez & Grizzly Boone) Cabin Fever have been racking up some impressive wins of late, and are gaining momentum to try to challenge for the Pacific Tag Team Titles held by Billy Jack Haynes and Buddy Rose. Rose's teammates in the Playboy Club, Wiskowski and Somers, looked to put up a road block in their progress, but the men of the Crazy Gang were having none of it. No matter what they did, they just couldn't seem to put a dent in the big Grizzly Boone. But it was Manny Fernandez who especially seemed to have a fire lit in his belly, going after Wiskowski and Somers like his raging bull namesake. He managed to bust open Somers before knocking him out with the Flying Burrito, getting the win for his team. Can anything stop Cabin Fever on their march to a title shot? Pacific Light Heavyweight Title : Too Cold Scorpio © vs. Ron Starr Too Cold Scorpio shocked many last week when he took the Light Heavyweight Title from Lanny Poffo. This week, Starr was looking to immediately bring the title back to Flamboyance, by hook or by crook. Starr is a savvy veteran, but the youth and speed of Scorpio was a lot to try and keep down, and he found himself resorting to try and punch the fight out of the new champion. This caused his concentration to lapse long enough for Scorpio to counter his attempted clothesline with a crucifix that held him down for the three count. Scorpio is clearly determined to prove himself a worthy champion, and has made a very good start on that. Brutus Beefcake vs. Terry Gordy Terry Gordy had his shot at regaining the Pacific Heavyweight Title last week, but came up short. He clearly had a chip on his shoulder from that and was looking to take out his frustration on Brutus Beefcake. Beefcake, for his part, was not about to be anybody's punching bag and kept slugging it out with big lefts and rights. The two men battled back and forth, and the ring shook from their dueling power moves. Beefcake went for broke when he had Gordy caught in the corner and came in for the Final Cut (running kneelift), but Gordy dodged at the last second and Beefcake went hard into the turnbuckle. Gordy then hit a second rope kneedrop and scored the pinfall on Beefcake. Gordy was victorious but it took a lot to get the win.
  10. C.S.

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    There was a trial on Smackdown - "Law and Otis" - with JBL as the judge. JBL was bribed by Miz and ruled that Otis had to defend the briefcase against Miz tonight at the Hell in a Cell PPV. Tucker smashed Otis in the head with the case, turned heel, and Miz took advantage of the interference to win the match and Money in the Bank briefcase. Tucker's excuse was that he was tired of Otis getting the spotlight, tired of carrying Otis, and Otis cannot "tie his shoes" or "function" without Tucker.
  11. Coffey

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    How did Otis lose the brief case, what happened? I thought they were going to do something like put Otis & Mandy on both shows & Otis use the brief case cash-in to switch shows to get back with Mandy or some shit.
  12. Here we are at the semi-finals of the Pure Title Tournament. We've got Johnathan Gresham vs Josh Woods and Jay Lethal vs Tracy Williams. Plus Vincent (that's Vinnie to me) versus Matt Taven as well. Sounds like a good show! Gonna try not to spoil anything! Match #1 Woods vs Gresham - This starts out really good with Gresham trying to wrestle Josh. We really see Woods size advantage here. Gresham is 5'4" and just does not have the frame to be out grapple someone of Woods size and amateur background. The Octopus is stymied and goes to the outside early after getting stopped in his tracks and tossed. Then, we get a commercial break which seemingly cuts out 5 minutes of the match!? And apparently these 5 minutes set-up the story of the bout. Both guys are hurt from this and plays into the final 5 minutes. I'm at a loss why they cut 5 or so minutes from a 12 minute match!? (I didn't pay attention exactly so maybe it was a minute or two less). What was shown was good but, I'd have to think it was better if shown in full. Match #2 Taven vs Vincent - Taven gets jumped coming down the steps and this is basically Vinnie's revenge for Matt coming out two weeks ago and laying the smack down. Vinnie goes off the ladder to put Matt Taven through a table. Did they cut Woods/Gresham for this? I mean I thought this was a fun segment but, its the pure title tournament. Focus on that especially on the second to last show... There's an EC3/Shane Taylor promo in there that was nice. Will be nice to see that feud as well as tag wrestling. Match #3 Williams vs Lethal - Well, that was the in the top 2 matches of the tournament...that was a great match! I think it could have been more if fans were there cheering. This featured a fantastic story and work-a-body part wrestling. Lethal looked well...Lethal. Hot Sauce showed so much heart and intensity. Man, and what a great finish to a excellent fight. If they cut down Woods/Gresham in order to only shave a minute or two off this for TV then, it was worth it. Perhaps this is the top match so far. Tracy Williams has the two best matches if you're keeping track. This one and last week's against Fred Yehi. OK so, I'm going to try and do my best not to out-and-out spoil anything here. I'm going to try and not suggest anything either by avoiding talking about the outcomes or booking hypotheses. I want to focus on the performances of the final four competitors throughout the tournament. Jay Lethal - Jay's first two matches (Castle & Finlay) were good but, nothing to write home about. They seemed pretty formulaic but, this week's match was great stuff. He carried over the wear and tear of the previous fights into this match. It really made it stand out. Josh Woods - They were smart to pair him with vets like Kenny King & PJ Black early on. Josh showed a lot of potential and this week's match with Gresham seemed to be his most comfortable (despite the clip job). He is a big guy and should be suplexing the heck outta smaller guys like he was here. ROH doesn't have Jeff Cobb but, Woods could be that next suplex machine. I think he could be a better one too. A few more years and he could be a destroyer. He's got a great sense of humor and is a natural babyface. If he can tap into his killer instinct during the matches, he has the wrestling/MMA background to be a American Dragon type talent. Jonathan Gresham - He said that he's got a bad leg and I don't know if that's true but, his matches have been rather subdued in comparison to what he is capable of. His first two bouts (Yuta & Sydal) had really clever finishes but, we're not seeing him necessarily wrestling circles around folks. And in the Woods match this week, we're not seeing a smart Gresham either. The size disadvantage was rather stark so, after getting gut-wrench suplexed a few times, one would think he should try a war of attrition to break the bigger man down. Tracy Williams - Hot Sauce has really impressed me the most all tournament. He and Yehi but, I really thought they were just tossing Tracy into the tournament for the heck of it. But, man all of his matches have been a joy to watch. The stories are there, the intensity is there...yeah the drama is there too. They have GOT to do something with Hot Sauce in 2021. He's really proved himself during this tournament. I hope they don't drop the ball. OK so, next week is the finals and I really hope they don't cut anything from it. I'm sure they will for commercials but, we'll just have to see. I'm feeling they might have the EC3/Taylor 6 man match next week along with the finals. That could be quite a good show! I'm not really sure what ROH's plans are after the tournament is done next week. I don't know if they thought the COVID stuff would be done and they could resume touring or what. At this point, its safe to assume they're going to keep doing the empty arena shows in Baltimore. That's fine by me! They could just keep rotating the match ups between all of the competitors of the Pure Tournament for the next 2 months and I'd be OK with that. I'm OK with that for longer than that if you've read my other posts on this There's so many good match ups left on the table. They could keep doing different tournaments and round robins like Gabe was doing Year One & Two. Plus you've got the Briscoes, EC3, Taven, Vinnie, Shane Taylor and his crew. I mean, you could just have that be the full roster! Again, bring the lucha guys in here and there like Gabe did with the Dragon Gate/NOAH guys in '06-07. Gimmie the book already!!! Hahaha I hope you're staying safe and having fun watching wrestling. Thanks for reading!
  13. MoS

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    Remember when Drew needed the help of a bunch of legends to beat Orton and it was considered fine because at least he retained the championship? Well lucky for us, Orton now pinned him clean!! Way to make a top face!
  14. Strummer

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    I guess the long term plan has always been for Edge v Orton for the title at mania. Edge's rehab hasn't been going well apparently but still like 3 months till they have to start the build
  15. NintendoLogic

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    This aged well.
  16. Den Scorpio

    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    HOUSE SHOW: Saturday 10/24 | Philadelphia, PA @ Spectrum (19,297; Sell-out) (Televised on the PRISM Network. Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes on commentary.) Ted Arcidi defeated Barry O @ 3:44 with a powerslam. Virgil (w/Fred Blassie) defeated SD Jones @ 5:20 with a Russian Legsweep. George Steele (w/Lou Albano) defeated I-C Champion Greg Valentine (w/Bobby Heenan) by DQ @ 9:19, when Steele retrieved a sitting Valentine off the apron & Valentine clocked him with the I-C belt. Albano tried to retaliate on Steele's behalf, but Valentine floored him & left with Heenan. Steele recovered & chased him to the back. Ken Patera & Pedro Morales defeated Red Scare @ 10:39 when Morales schoolboyed Nikolai during the 4-man breakdown. Big John Studd & Tito Santana fought to a double count-out @ 11:08. Match spilled outside the ring, where each man prevented the other from beating the 10-count. [Intermission] Masa Saito (w/Mr. Fuji) defeated Cousin Luke @ 5:16 with the Bonsai Throat Claw. British Bulldogs (w/Bobby Heenan) defeated the Fantastics by DQ @ 13:27. High-octane seesaw tag match. During the 4-man breakdown at the end, Heenan tossed knucks into the ring for Dynamite to use on Rogers, but it miscued. Rogers got the knucks & KO’d Dynamite for the DQ. [Ring Announcer Mel Phillips announces Saturday 11/21 @ 8 PM as next month’s return date. Matches just signed include: Philly area debut of Rick Rude vs. Hillbilly Jim, Greg Valentine defends the I-C Title vs. Rocky King, Big John Studd vs. Tito Santana in a return bout, and main event of Bob Backlund vs. Kerry Von Erich! More matches to be announced in the coming weeks on local feeds of The Superstars of Wrestling on FOX 29 & All Star Wrestling on WPHL-17.] Barry Horowitz defeated Salvatore Bellomo @ 6:48 with a drop-to-knees counter of Bellomo’s sunset flip. WWF Heavyweight Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated David Schultz by count-out @ 12:18 in a No DQ Match. Barn-burner of a fight, with the roof blowing off right off the bat. Schultz used the mic & a chair as weapons at times, while Bruno used the Title belt & a TV monitor from the commentary table as weapons at other times. Both men busted open. Near-falls all over the place. End came when Bruno backdropped Schultz over the railing at ringside & hit a belly-to-belly moments later in the crowd, beating the 10-count. Brawl continues post-match with officials running in to separate. Bruno stands tall in the end with the rabid crowd.
  17. Den Scorpio

    World Wrestling Federation (2.0)

    TV: All-Star Wrestling - Saturday 10/24 (Vince McMahon & Jack Reynolds on commentary.) Barry Horowitz defeated SD Jones in a rematch from 2 weeks ago. As Jones tried the jumping headbutt finisher, Horowitz squirmed loose & schoolboyed him with a handful of trunks for the 1-2-3. Jones was noticeably frustrated after the match, following his second loss to Horowitz in 3 weeks. [Victory Circle w/Lord Alfred Hayes: Iron Sheik is the special guest. Says Slaughter will not be standing after Fall Classic - he will. He will break him, humble him, humiliate him & leave him laying a broken man, etc. Slaughter ambushes him with a chair! Slaughter houses him everywhere & they brawl all over the arena, before fighting back to the Victory Circle set & backstage.] Ken Patera defeated Terry Buhler with a Full Nelson German Suplex. After the match, he gets on the mic & says he’s not happy about Jack Tunney not just announcing him as #1 contender for the I-C Title vs. Valentine @ Fall Classic on 11/26. Says Tunney has some explaining to do, etc. Nikolai Volkoff defeated Mut Loren with the benchpress backbreaker. Ted Arcidi defeated Steve Lombardi with the powerslam. [Rocky King vs. Dynamite Kid is announced as next week’s main event. Rick Rude & Jimmy Hart will be guests on Victory Circle.] Kevin Von Erich defeated Bob Backlund by DQ. High-energy athletic match, with the crowd on pins & needles the whole way. Backlund with a variety of suplexes, Kevin with high-flying offense including flying head-scissors, etc. Toward the end, Backlund had Kevin grounded with a reverse chinlock, but Kevin used the crowd’s energy to fire himself up & fight his way out of the hold. He knocks Backlund around like a pinball in an emotional comeback! Kevin slaps on the Claw! Backlund desperately manages to fall back, slingshotting Kevin into the ref! Ref falls thru the ropes to the floor & Backlund slaps the Crossface Chicken Wing on a dazed Kevin… but no ref! Kevin’s flailing, trying to break the hold, but Backlund snares him down & gets the Chicken Wing locked in tighter with a full body scissors! Kevin’s flailing in desperation. Kerry slowly walks the aisle & the place comes unglued! He gets into the ring, as Backlund notices! Backlund breaks the hold on Kevin & seems entranced by Kerry’s presence. He looks at his hands & back at Kerry, who’s daring Backlund to try his luck. Backlund begins laughing uncontrollably &... rolls out of the ring… ??? Backlund slowly leaves in a silent daze, never looking back at the ring. Kerry’s slightly puzzled, but still ready. He then kneels next to Kevin, making sure he’s OK. He helps Kevin up & they stand tall, celebrating with the raucous crowd to end the show.
  18. C.S.

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    If Otis still had the case, Orton winning would make a lot more sense. Otis cashing in on Orton down the road, with an assist from Edge, would've been a feel-good moment.
  19. jiraffejustin

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    They should rematch in a regular singles match at Survivor Series
  20. KawadaSmile

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    Miz needs to cash in on Orton now, tho
  21. KawadaSmile

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    Randy Orton, brother. Won a title wearing slacks
  22. jiraffejustin

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    Flip back from the game to see Orton has the belt again. Nice?
  23. C.S.

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!
  24. Matt D

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    I ran through the Bayley/Sasha match. I think it was the sort of thing that wouldn't work if it was anyone else, but they made a bunch of contrived weapon/prop set up just seem naturally like the moronic stuff they'd do. I'm not sure that's a good thing in the grand scheme, but it worked for the match.
  25. WingedEagle

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    I think its more that Sasha vs. Bayley was fantastic and nothing is going to be able to follow it. Too long though. I don't get why they're on top of the cell.
  26. Kadaveri

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    Bayley vs. Sasha was the best match of the COVID era. Closest I've been to forgetting there's no crowd.
  27. C.S.

    WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 - Family Feud

    Either I'm tired or Drew vs. Orton has been the worst match of the night so far.
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