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Brynn

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    One-legged nerdy wrestling girl!

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  1. Brynn

    Is Impact the best promotion in wrestling history?

    Against All Odds last Friday was a pretty good show. Definitely recommend checking out Speedball vs. Trey Miguel and also the MCMG vs. Ace Austin & Chris Bey match. Moose vs. Sami was a wild, chaotic, weapons filled brawl and I expected nothing less from it. Side note: I did watch the show live on Friday but had a huge seasonal allergy flare-up and was really groggy for the back half of the show thanks to some Benadryl. Anyway, went back and watched the whole show again today.
  2. I still say Becky is winning the Women’s MITB match. If not her, then my backup pick is Asuka. For the men’s match, it would make sense for Drew Mac to win and use it to challenge Roman at the UK PPV. Dark horse pick would be Riddle. For the rest of the card, I say all champions retain.
  3. Brynn

    What are you watching?

    SMASH Wrestling Super Showdown VI Watched this the other day after sampling some SMASH stuff on Impact Plus (namely the Rosemary vs. Allie No Holds Barred match). The whole show is pretty fun but there's two matches on there that are really, really good. First is the opening match, a last man standing match between Sebastian Suave and Tarik. Just an absolute emotionally charged bloodbath. The whole story is built upon the fact that Tarik "can't win the big one" and constantly comes up short, with Suave's manager Anthony Kingdom James pretty much calling Tarik and insult to this family because of this. There's weapons, there's a ton of blood and it's an absolute knock-down, drag out fight. The other match worth checking out is the Tables, Ladder and Boxes match between Well Oiled Machines (Pepper Parks (aka The Blade) and "Psycho" Mike Rollins) vs. The SSB (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson). It's a really fun and unique twist on the tables, ladder and chairs match. The boxes are wrapped up and could be anything. There's some fun and goofy spots, wild bumps and just an overall crazy match. This definitely has me wanting to check out a lot more from SMASH. Looks like there's a bunch of free shows and matches on their YouTube channel and a bunch of their TV on Impact Plus. Anyone have any other recommendations about what to check out from SMASH?
  4. Brynn

    AEW TV - 6/29 and 7/1 - Blood & Innards Is A Better Name

    I fell asleep watching the damn cage match last night but caught most of it. I'm going to go back and watch it tomorrow afternoon sometime. Meant to today but was busy with a bunch of other stuff.
  5. Brynn

    What are you watching?

    Queen of the Deathmatch 2007 To start the show Ian Rotten gets on the microphone and says "there's only like 50 of you here so please make some noise because these girls are gonna beat the shit out of each other". The whole tournament was a weird round robin deal and I liked the way it was set up with the ongoing story of a possible Mickie Knuckles vs Lufisto finals. There was one match were I just thought Mickie Knuckles was going to absolutely murder this poor girl named BB Walls. It was several minutes of Mickie beating the hell out of BB with stiff punches and every weapon she had at her disposal. My one complaint with the show is that the ropes were wrapped in barbed wire for every match, which eliminated the possibility of running the ropes at all. The finals were as expected with Mickie vs Lufisto and it was quite good, although by that point everyone was exhausted and the two competitors were beat up and covered in blood. Fun show though.
  6. Brynn

    AEW TV 06/22 - 06/24 Steph Curry is top 10 of all time

    I think a lot of people are clamoring for Cesaro to be the mystery opponent and I can see why. He can work pretty much any style and has a good history with Danielson. Other options could potentially be Chris Hero or Jonathan Gresham. Personally, I'd lean towards Gresham because if he beats ZSJ (who I honestly don't know much about), then that'd be a big springboard towards a potential ROH re-launch and would help get him back on the map as I feel he's sort of fallen off recently after TK bought ROH and hasn't made as much noise in the Indies like he did at the beginning of the year. Wheeler Yuta might be another choice too since he's already aligned with BCC and is the ROH Pure Champion. Heck, they could even make it a title match if that's the case. Chris Hero would be cool too. One thing to keep in mind thought is that whoever fills in against ZSJ will also most likely be the fill in for Danielson during Blood & Guts.
  7. Brynn

    What are you watching?

    Watched the IWA Mid South 2015 Queen of the Deathmatch tournament. That was … really … weird. The setting was like a backyard show, with houses in the background of the hard camera shot and the ring set up in the parking lot of the American Legion hall. The matches were not good. The only two people I actually kind of liked in the tournament were Sage Sin Supreme and Sabrina Sixx and neither made the finals. The non-tournament match with Bryant Woods against Green Phantom (or Green “Phanthom” as it was spelled on the lower third) was probably the best match.
  8. Brynn

    Ric Flair (sigh)

    Ric Flair’s “last match” has been moved from the Nashville Fairgrounds to the Nashville Municipal Auditorium … https://www.f4wonline.com/news/other-wrestling/ric-flairs-last-match-moving-to-bigger-venue-nashville-municipal-auditorium
  9. Brynn

    WWE Network... It's Here

    A bunch of WCW Saturday Night episodes from late 93/early 94 were uploaded today. Nice to see old WCW TV getting updated finally!
  10. Brynn

    R.I.P. Dave Hebner and Tim White

    Tim White was one of the referees I always remembered from when I started watching the WWF in 1995. The last match I remember him being the referee for was Chris Jericho vs. Christian at WrestleMania XX in 2004. Don't have many memories of Dave Hebner unfortunately. He was retired as a referee before I started watching wrestling. I mainly remember him as the guy who looked like Earl Hebner who would run down to the ring alongside Rene Goulet and Tony Garea to break up fights.
  11. Brynn

    Is Impact the best promotion in wrestling history?

    It does look like a fun show tonight but I'm gonna wait to watch it when it shows up on Impact Plus in about a month. I can't justify dropping $40 on FITE right now for a PPV.
  12. Brynn

    WWE TV 06/13 - 06/19 Lots of new WWE recruits!

    Well, at least it’s a stipulation match and not just a straight up 1-on-1. Still not super excited about it though.
  13. Brynn

    WWE TV 06/13 - 06/19 Lots of new WWE recruits!

    I felt like I just wasted two hours. Riddle and Roman was good and I totally bit on the near fall off the RKO. Yes, Riddle wasn’t going to win but crazier things have happened! Does anyone else feel like Drew Mac being entered in the MITB ladder match pretty much means he’s winning and then cashing in at the UK PPV? Or is it just me. I have absolutely ZERO … I repeat … ZERO interest in seeing Brock and Roman wrestle each other ever again. All of their matches feel the same … suplex, suplex, Superman punch, spear … wash, rinse and repeat. The WM match this year wasn’t good at all. The only good match I can think of between the two was the Mania 31 match, but that’s mostly because of the Rollins cash-in.
  14. Brynn

    Is the empire crumbling before our eyes?

    They’re gonna try to pop a rating. Wouldn’t be surprised if they try to turn this into an angle. I might watch out of curiosity. Or I might watch a movie instead.
  15. Brynn

    Is the empire crumbling before our eyes?

    And there was this on the matter from POST Wrestling: https://www.postwrestling.com/2022/06/16/scottscott-attorneys-at-law-investigating-wwes-directors-and-officers-for-breach-of-fiduciary-duties/
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