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Art Machine Love Barr

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  1. Art Machine Love Barr

    Marty Scurll

    Does he play up the Villain aspect more in British promotions? He's seemed a little bland to me, but I admit I've only seen him in US dream match indies that don't heavily rely on face/heel dynamics.
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    The WWE Global Cruiserweight show

    No Sombra is a surprise; thought the whole idea of this was to put him over.
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    WWE TV May 2-May 8

    I can't imagine it played well on TV, but live the crowd was really shitting on the Jericho/plant angle. Main event chants were at least 50/50 for Reigns over Styles.
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    General thoughts on 1991

    Was Orndorff/Dr. Death ever blown off ? I just finished the 90 yearbook and was getting into their feud, but it doesn't look like they have any matches on the 91 set. I'm seeing listings with things like ~10 minute lumberjack matches; I'm guessing these either weren't on tape or not particularly good?
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    Extreme Rules

    King: "He's got him on a forklift!" JBL: "Why?" Couldn't agree more!
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    WrestleMania 30 (Yes! yes! yes! Yes!)

    So far this feels like a Raw main event.
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    WrestleMania 30 (Yes! yes! yes! Yes!)

    On paper Cena/Wyatt was the match I was looking forward to most, but yeah, really don't need the bland darkside character work.
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    Most Successful Gimmick Based on an Actual Job

    Fray Tormenta for someone combining actual job with wrestling career?
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    Introduction to the Board as a wrestling fan

    Ian here, living in Chicago. I started watching as a little kid hooked on the Steiners and Sting, Hogan and Warrior. I fell out of wrestling until the Monday night wars started while I was in high school, then fell out again for awhile after WCW folded. I thought very little about wrestling until getting into ROH around 2005 and following Lucha a couple of years later. I watched around 3-4 hours of Lucha a day while unemployed in 2010 and something it my brain snapped/popped into place so I connect with that on a deeper level than most US or Japanese stuff. As far as current shows, I watch about 90% lucha with the rest being hyped WWE, NJPW, and odds and ends. For old stuff, I'm making my way through piles of discs accumulated over the years; watching the 90 yearbook and 80's Lucha set right now.