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1 hour ago, flyonthewall2983 said:

I would have liked to have seen a guy lose a haircut match, but eventually come around to the idea that he looks better bald.

Didn't the "Perry Saturn wears a dress" gimmick come from him losing a "loser has to wear a dress" match to Chris Jericho, and they played up Saturn finding out he likes wearing dresses so Jericho didn't get to relish his victory at all?

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14 hours ago, clintthecrippler said:

Didn't the "Perry Saturn wears a dress" gimmick come from him losing a "loser has to wear a dress" match to Chris Jericho, and they played up Saturn finding out he likes wearing dresses so Jericho didn't get to relish his victory at all?

 I think you're correct. That's how I remember it.

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7 hours ago, DeanColes1987 said:

I wish a Babyface who lost a Loser Leaves Town match just showed up the next week as if nothing happened with footage shown of them driving out of the town as proof they lived up to the stip.

 

6 hours ago, SteveJRogers said:

Sounds more like a heel move, but brilliant!

Boris Malenko did something like this in Florida, showing up on TV the next week with a train ticket proving that he had in fact left town.

I always wanted one of those falls-count-anywhere-in-the-building stips (or "falls count anywhere on the Gulf Coast," "falls count anywhere in Georgia," etc.) stips to be enforced literally. There's a brawl to the back entrance and a pin attempt--"One, two, and...oh, he JUST got his foot outside the door!" Also, has anyone ever won an FCA match by cradling up their opponent and putting their feet on the guardrail for leverage?

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4 hours ago, NintendoLogic said:

Two friends/brothers turned bitter enemies compete in an I Quit match. Right when one is about finish the other off, he decides he can't go through with it and quits voluntarily. The two then reconcile.

Sounds like the Kayfabe News gag about major PPV main events getting called off, due to the match participants coming to amicable agreements!

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