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  1. peachchaos

    Crockett Appreciation

    Great list there. Watching footage from 1985, I'll post some additions. [1985-01-03-Worldwide] Ricky Steamboat, Dusty Rhodes, and Dick Slater vs Tully Blanchard, Ron Bass, and Black Bart - Bunkhouse Match [1985-02-09-MACW-TV] Tully Blanchard vs Manny Fernandez (Network) [1985-02-13-Polynesian Pacific Pro Wrestling] Ric Flair vs Kerry Von Erich [1985-02-16-MACW-TV] Tully Blanchard vs Brian Adidas (Network) [1985-02-23-MACW-TV] Dick Slater vs Black Bart (Network)
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    All Elite Wrestling

    There's really no excuse and it seems very old fashioned even for wrestling to use an agent as a scapegoat to spare a troubled talent and then let them continue performing. Although I believe Fox did have to undergo outpatient rehab, but yeah this hardly seems fair to Arn in any case.
  6. Wyatt looks great. We'll see about the gimmick.
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    All Elite Wrestling

    Arn was fired for a very valid reason and I'm sure there's no long-term heat there. It's not like WWE wanted to sever ties completely, but in a corporate setting management really had no other option. Remember, Finlay was let go and eventually welcomed back into the fold, albeit for something entirely different that didn't involve the safety of their performers.
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    All Elite Wrestling

    Arn Anderson and Dustin Runnels working with Christopher Daniels (talent relations) would be an incredible set of minds putting things together.
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    CM Punk returns in a mask?

    Punk's offense always looked like shit. I don't doubt for one second that's him, given his history in the area. Those who expect someone as integrated with wrestling as Punk to stay away forever forget what a huge mark he was before he even trained. I'd be shocked if he's not at Double or Nothing or more likely the first TV with AEW. There's money floating around, zero schedule at the moment, and they'll respect his status as a true superstar. For those wondering, he owns the CM Punk trademark and would most likely have secured the rights to the theme song by now.
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    All Elite Wrestling

    Worth noting there was strong speculation of this last month and Dustin worked the Twitter crowd by saying he was still with WWE.
  11. Seems like they mainly referred to him as Sid and sometimes "psycho" on commentary, but never on the chyron. He is listed as "The Psychotic" Sid on the VHS box for IYH1.
  12. Never thought of that. They even ripped his song straight from the film series. Also, they love their force alliteration. "The P gets in the way" - yeah, I could totally see that
  13. Exactly. Copyright law is how we are getting shit like IIconics and The Viking Experience. The Roman numeral is actually a solid way to create a valid WWE property, but of course none of that matters to us as fans since the names are terrible.
  14. All I remember is the amazing Fastlane match between Bryan and Roman and disappointment after disappointment from Bryan and AJ???
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