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  1. Jmare007

    WWE TV 05/03 - 05/09 Big Roman made little Bryan humble.

    Really interesed with what they do with Cesaro tonight. He's not gonna have Bryan to cut a promo for him and after last week, he needs an emotional promo or a sick beating to get things going. So far they've tried to put him in the best position posible, I hope that continues to be the case.
  2. Jmare007

    WWE TV 05/03 - 05/09 Big Roman made little Bryan humble.

    I kinda got that vibe from the audio. Sort of a "Bryan ain't telling nobody anything, at least not yet".
  3. Jmare007

    WWE TV 05/03 - 05/09 Big Roman made little Bryan humble.

    Hi literally said the same thing last time around too and no one gave a damn once he had an ROH-lite run with the WWE title. I honestly don't see people resenting him just because he chose a steadier paycheck and is gonna show up 5-10 times a year to have great matches.
  4. Jmare007

    WWE TV 05/03 - 05/09 Big Roman made little Bryan humble.

    The amount of fans that not only know about that, but that could get pissed at him for not doing it is too damn small to matter.
  5. Jmare007

    WWE TV 05/03 - 05/09 Big Roman made little Bryan humble.

    I don't know. Seems to me his last contract they gave him a lot of what he wanted. If they are "pushing hard" I guess this time around they'll let him work NXT and any WWE- partnered promotion he feels like working for a couple of matches? He's gonna be pushed in the main roster because he's a 10 year veteran in the company that's constantly over and make shit work, it's kind of a no-brainer. He didn't even want to be in the WM main event and they book him there anyway
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    How the hell do we have a Christian thread and there's not 1 post from his biggest fan @C.S.???
  7. Jmare007

    Mitsuharu Misawa

    Like I said in a previous post, I think Misawa is by far the most "flawed" n°1 level candidate. His candidacy is all about peak (that you can still poke some holes, like mainly working the same people for 10 years) so I wonder if the narrative of him flips this time around and folk talk more about everything surrounding his peak and ends up putting him way lower than last time around. Then again, it will also depend in how many people "discover" or revisit 90's All Japan this time around too.
  8. Jmare007

    Mitsuharu Misawa

    Yeah that WK tag is fun as hell and Misawa is a big part of making it work.
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    He didn't get the same introduction each time, in fact I got the impression he probably got that intro a few times or during a specific time period before being introduced as the "El pequeño Maestro" (The little Master). But the one I got from the WP, it was: "He's more dangerous than Typhus, a bigger destruction than AIDS,...Virus!".
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    Jerry "The King" Lawler

    I had Lawler #6, mainly for his 80's and whatever 70's there was out there. I did watch some 90's work but I wasn't able to do a real deep dive. I wonder if that's gonna add to his case for me or take him down a peg this time around.
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    Terry Funk

    Yup, he was #2 for me last time and I can totally see myself putting him #1 this time around. No matter what I watch from Terry, he hooks me in. Kinda hard to follow up what Elliot said because I feel the exact same way. And yeah, new Funk stuff showing is legit one of the highlights of my fandom each year. It's crazy that no matter how stupid high expectations I might have over something (like the Harley Race match), the Funker matches it or exceeds it. He's wrestling's God, indeed.
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    As with pretty much every highly tounted lucha guy, I was really impressed with the way Virus was able to execute basically every single thing he wanted to do in the ring. And when you add the fact that a lot of that was either very innovative or very complicated/high risk, I can completely see why people love him. Having said that, the only match that really had me invested was the Metalico one, and what made it so compelling was Metalico's urgency, knowing that he was no real match for Virus -the difference in how much effort Metalico put on everything he tried to do and how "easy" it came off for Virus was really glaring- and that he had to throw the kitchen sink to have a shot at winning. I'm by not means faulting Virus of anything, that last match was basically a last showcase for Metalico so it made sense that Virus kind of took a back seat and was just there to show flashes and establishing he was indeed better. But at the end of the day I did not leave the watch party wanting to seek out more stuff. At this point I think I'll end up just watching more Casas (btw, really liked the trios match at the WP) because he's basically the one guy I legit wanna see more when it comes to Lucha. Felt that way in 2016 and continue to feel that way today.
  13. Hard disagree. Once live crowds are back we'll see how long they last booing him. The Mania crowd booed Bryan too because they loved Edge so much. Nah, he can do it again in 5 or 10 years when the new guys comes along
  14. Goddamn, sounds like an epic fight in Attack on Titan. This dude is gonna be a MASSIVE babyface when he turns...hopefully in no less than 2 years.
  15. Great fucking match, I hope WWE uploads the whole thing without the commercial breaks on youtube.