KK wrote:You watch any online interview, listen to podcasts or pay attention to anyone in the wrestling industry (tends to be more 80s, 90s and 00s) on social media and you'll very quickly encounter some recurring traits and characteristics; not being very politically correct being one of them...
Big Cass is a Trump supporter BTW. Which I found interesting. There was also a story on social media last week involving Enzo and some attention seeking stripper. ZERO DIMES, apparently. Roman Reigns also threw him off the company bus for being a tosser.
I remember when they made Swagger champion just because Vince loved his political views. It's happening again
Raven cuts a promo prior to his match with Goldberg on WCW Nitro, directed by Eric Bischoff and Mike Graham. Raven isn't happy with the direction of the promo, thinks it's totally out of character, and Eric Bischoff is trying to convince him otherwise. They then try and figure out what Goldberg's streak is now up to, so they send someone off to go ask Goldberg...leading Bischoff to get a little agitated.
"Goldberg's not on the internet, Eric" Bischoff: "I know, but someone's just gotta ask him...strawberry float the internet, we are doing Nitro...someone ask him..." "74-0!" Bischoff: "We're sure?"
Marvin wrote:Has there ever been a Summerslam card which has ever looked so weak on paper than this years card?
I hate how they're all basically singles/regular matches. One of the worst things about this era is the overabundance of those. God forbid we get some variation.
11 matches and 9 are plain singles matches. That's not boring at all.
Have to keep those gimmick matches for those gimmick PPVs!! It's one of the main reasons the writers are so lazy these days, they don't have to come up with a reason for 2 guys to have a hell in a cell match, they just know it will happen anyway in October. I can't wait until "WWE Punjabi Prison" becomes a PPV!
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