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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Rog » Thu Jun 17, 2010 10:29 pm

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Fatal Four-Way is this Sunday. Haven't been watching WWE so I have nothing to say on this PPV. Except that it will be better than your average TNA ppv. That's a guarantee.

GRAPL Leaderboard (out of a possible 37 points)
Lucien - 33
Gaminglegend - 26
ROTS - 20 <---- The Champ is here
Balloon Sod - 20
Pell - 19
Teh Bork - 19
Sw26 - 19
Adam Pollard - 19
Sykes - 19
Jim - 19
Jam Master Jay - 18
Dante - 18
Drumstick - 18
Cuttooth - 18
KKLEIN - 17
Mockmaster - 17
Iron Maiden - 17
Baron Zemo - 17
Cardinal Chunder - 17
Skippy - 17
E-Man - 16
Zellery - 15
Hank Scorpio - 15
SimonM_89 - 15
Lonestar - 15
Vishvanath - 14
Trebell - 14
BOHero - 14
Ryan0rz - 14
Deadpool - 13
Prototype - 12 (missed round two)
Cattanomics - 12
AJ Styles - 11
Phatman - 11 (missed round two)
CuriousOyster - 10 (missed round two)
Irene Demova - 9 (missed round two))
Barley - 6 (Missed round one)
Tomvek - 6 (Missed round one)

Tag Battle Update
This round we enter the knockouts. You will be matched against another team. If your overall score is bigger than theirs then you advance. Don't beat their score and you're gone. Simple.

Rules and info
1. I will draw the teams at random.
2. Everyone on the leaderboard will be entered. If your partner doesn't want to enter the next event then it's up to you to kick their arse.
3. You predict as normal. Nothing extra needed.
4. Any newcomers will be paired together and entered into the qualifier. If there is an odd number then I will partner that person.
5. Qualifying for the tournament takes place at Over the Limit. 16 teams with the highest score go through.
6. Winning in the first round gets each member 1 point. Takes place at Fatal Four Way. 8 winning teams go through.
7. Winning in the quarter finals gets each member 2 points. Takes place at Money in the Bank. 4 winning teams go through.
8. Winning in the semi finals gets each member 2 points. Takes place at Summerslam. 2 winning teams go through.
9. Winning the final gets each member 3 points. Takes place at Night of Champions. 1 team emerges victorious.

Match 1:
Typing of the Dead
Deadpool
Prototype

vs

Not-so-lone-star
Pell
Lonestar

Match 2:
Whole F'n Show
Drumstick
SimonM_89

vs

Fluke
BOHero
Lucien

Match 3:
The H8 Club
Balloon Sod
Sw26

vs

Impact Players
Cuttooth
Baron Zemo

Match 4:
Future Endeavour
ROTS
Jam Master Jay

vs

Dante Inferno
Vishvanath
Dante

Match 5:
The Main Event
KKLEIN
Zellery

vs

Un-natural Disasters
Gaminglegend
Skippy

Match 6:
Lady Killers
E-Man
Adam Pollard

vs

Cardinal Maidens
Cardinal Chunder
Iron Maiden

Match 7:
The Purists
Mockmaster
Jim

vs

Steptoe and Son
Sykes
Trebell

Match 8:
Final Solution
CuriousOyster
Teh Bork

vs

Late to the Party
Tomvek
Barley

So I'll just take a look at the card on WWE.com................. :fp: 5 matches! strawberry float am I supposed to do with this?!

WWE: Fatal Four-Way
WWE Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Winner (worth triple):
Loser:
World Heavyweight Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Winner (worth triple):
Loser:
R-Truth vs. The Miz
Winner (worth double):
Divas Championship Fatal 4-Way Match (bloody hell!)
Winner (worth triple):
Kofi Kingston Vs Drew McIntyre
Winner (worth double):

Sorry guys.

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by KK » Thu Jun 17, 2010 10:34 pm

Kofi Kingston Vs Drew McIntyre has been added to the card on Sunday. It'll be officially announced tomorrow night.

Trying to predict what they're doing at Fatal Four Way is very difficult, just because of the nature of the gimmick. I don't think there's an obvious winner in any bar 1.

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Rog » Thu Jun 17, 2010 10:40 pm

I'll add that in seen as no one has entered yet.

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by KK » Thu Jun 17, 2010 11:08 pm

To think Batista débuted in the WWE with this guy...



I can't for the life of me remember what happened to the character. Anyone?

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Something Fishy » Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:29 am

Rog.. I've gone back to my old name now. Would it be OK to update my name in the lists if poss please?

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Cropolite » Fri Jun 18, 2010 12:55 am

I think Batista turned on Devon's demanding ways and the two fought, then Batista went solo. If you meant Rev Devon, it was a result of the initial brand split where Bubba and Devon were on different shows, Bubba was actually successful, but Devon eventually returned to his old self at Survivor Series 2003 I think, coming to save Bubba out of nowhere.

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Cropolite » Fri Jun 18, 2010 1:01 am

Here it is;

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmZuukDpkUw&[/youtube]

Great moment. Crazy to think that Devon's only two years older than Shelton Benjamin :shock:

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Baron Zemo » Fri Jun 18, 2010 1:34 am

Cropolite wrote:Here it is;

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmZuukDpkUw&[/youtube]

Great moment. Crazy to think that Devon's only two years older than Shelton Benjamin :shock:


I swear thats the only time they have actually managed to 3-D someone through a table :lol:

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Cosmo » Fri Jun 18, 2010 1:34 am

Nah, they did it at No Mercy 2000, which I am watching right now.

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Pontius Pilate » Fri Jun 18, 2010 2:02 am

http://www.justin.tv/rko_dvd

Show just started with a video of Eric Bischoff explaining that Hall is gone, and that TNA support him and hope he is back with the company soon.

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Jam-Master Jay » Fri Jun 18, 2010 2:23 am

strawberry floating hell, Lethals Flair impersonation is spot on. :lol:

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Pontius Pilate » Fri Jun 18, 2010 2:28 am

im laughing my socks off :lol:

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Jam-Master Jay » Fri Jun 18, 2010 2:30 am

That was literally the best 10 minutes of any wrestling show, ever. :lol:

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Hank Scorpio » Fri Jun 18, 2010 2:22 pm

WWE: Fatal Four-Way
WWE Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Winner (worth triple): John Cena
Loser: Sheamus
World Heavyweight Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Winner (worth triple): Jack Swagger
Loser: Rey Mysterio
R-Truth vs. The Miz
Winner (worth double): The Miz
Divas Championship Fatal 4-Way Match (bloody hell!)
Winner (worth triple): Maryse
Kofi Kingston Vs Drew McIntyre
Winner (worth double): Kofi Kingston

20 times, 20 times, Man United...
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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Cuttooth » Fri Jun 18, 2010 3:10 pm

WWE: Fatal Four-Way
WWE Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Winner (worth triple): Randy Orton
Loser: Sheamus
World Heavyweight Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Winner (worth triple): Swagger
Loser: Mysterio
R-Truth vs. The Miz
Winner (worth double): The Miz
Divas Championship Fatal 4-Way Match (bloody hell!)
Winner (worth triple): Maryse
Kofi Kingston Vs Drew McIntyre
Winner (worth double): Kofi Kingston

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Zellery » Fri Jun 18, 2010 3:17 pm

WWE: Fatal Four-Way
WWE Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Winner (worth triple): John Cena
Loser: Edge
World Heavyweight Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Winner (worth triple): Swagger
Loser: Punk
R-Truth vs. The Miz
Winner (worth double): The Miz
Divas Championship Fatal 4-Way Match (bloody hell!)
Winner (worth triple): Maryse
Kofi Kingston Vs Drew McIntyre
Winner (worth double): Kofi Kingston

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by KK » Fri Jun 18, 2010 4:07 pm

Issue #100, November 2002

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In The News (edited by Fin Martin)


  • From the September 16 Raw (held before a crowd of 7,000 in Denver, Colorado): New wrestler Rico upset Ric Flair in a complete mess.

    Chris Jericho beat Rob Van Dam by submission in a decent match to capture the Intercontinental title for the fourth time.

    A phony women’s rights group, called the International Organisation 4 Women, demanded equality for females on Raw. Eric Bischoff in response demanded Hot Lesbian Action. Moments later, Stephanie McMahon, who was hiding among the crowd of IOW protesters, removed her disguise and booted Eric in the nuts. However, the (accidental) star of the segment was the unnamed IOW spokesperson who couldn’t keep a straight face as she delivered her idiotic lines. Afterwards a challenge was issued for the Billy and Chuck Vs. Rosey and Jamal match at Unforgiven: if Billy and Chuck won, then Bischoff would have to kiss Steph’s backside; whereas if Rosey and Jamal went over, Steph would have to tackle some HLA (neither happened, of course).

  • From the September 22 WWE Unforgiven (held before a sell out crowd of 16,000): WWE ignored the cardinal rules of pro wresting at Unforgiven in Los Angeles, California when it put The Undertaker's demands before the good of the Undisputed title, the pay-per-view and the company itself. Undertaker, who was originally scheduled to lose to Brock Lesnar by pinfall, persuaded Vince McMahon to change the ending of the main event to a non-finish. 'Taker, as the story goes, felt that he needed to be 'protected' for his rematch with Lesnar at No Mercy (there were ways of doing that while still delivering a pinfall). Ironically, in preserving his own interests, the selfish veteran almost did require protection - from the sell out crowd in the Staples Center who were furious at the double disqualification ending.

    Rob Van Dam's crack at Triple H's World crowd was the biggest match this year. On the verge of achieving genuine main event status, Van Dam might have taken that giant final step if he had pinned 'The Game' clean for the belt. But, alas, in order for RVD to rise, Hunter had to fall, and that wasn't an option. Worse, Van Dam lost after Flair ran in and 'shockingly' turned on him following a ref bump. Yawn. Flair started 2002 as a babyface, then went heel, then turned babyface, and is now a villain again.

  • From the September 23 Raw (held before a crowd of 9,000 in Anaheim, California): The Bisch announced that Vince McMahon had frozen all WWE performers’ contracts. Hence, there can be no further movement of talent between Raw and Smackdown!, unless it’s an official trade authorised by both Bischoff and Steph. The Bisch revealed that he’d managed to raid two more guys before the contract freeze cam into effect.

    New Raw man Randy Orton beat Steven Richards in a passable match bereft of crowd heat.

    Kane and The Hurricane downed Lance Storm and Christian in a fair match to capture the World Tag Team title.

  • From the September 30 Raw (held before a crowd of 7,500 in Houston, Texas): Trouble in The Un-American camp: Storm and Christian argued over who was to blame for their loss the previous week.

    Trish Stratus beat Victoria by disqualification in a good match when Vic nailed her with a chair shot. This was a great effort by both women...

    Kane downed Jericho to win the Intercontinental title.

  • From the October 7 Raw (held before a crowd of 8,000 in Las Vegas, Nevada): It was the Raw Roulette Wheel show - an evening of gimmick matches, all selected at random (hey, would they lie to us?) by Bischoff's wonder wheel. These ranged from the silly (the dress in drag Las Vegas Showgirl match in which William Regal beat Goldust) to the outstanding (the TLC match in which Kane retained the Tag Team title against Bubba Ray Dudley and Spike, Jericho and Christian, and RVD and Jeff Hardy).

    After the TLC clash, Triple H came out and accused Kane of killing a woman ten years ago.

  • Vince McMahon opened secret negotiations with Lennox Lewis' representatives last month. McMahon would like Lewis, the World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, to participate in an angle with Brock Lesnar early next year.

  • Vince McMahon mentioned at a recent stockholders' meeting that he would like to revive Extreme Championship Wrestling, complete with a weekly television show. McMahon didn't say when he might do this. I would be amazed if he ever did...

  • Shawn Michaels is saying he has one more match left in him, and that match will probably be at WrestleMania XIX...

  • During a September 30 appearance on Florida's Bubba The Love Sponge radio show, Hollywood Hulk Hogan stated that his WWE contract had expired and he was working on a handshake agreement with Vince McMahon. In truth, Hogan is under contract to WWE until February 2003. He's telling friends that he's in no hurry to return to WWE. Knowing Hogan, that probably means he can't wait to come back...

  • Ted Petty, who wrestled as Rocco Rock (The Public Enemy), died of a heart attack on September 21 at the age of 49.

  • In recent happenings from TNA...

    Week 14: B.G. James downed Jeff Jarrett by disqualification in the main event when everyone ran in.

    Week 15 (October 2): Jerry Lynn beat AJ Styles on a reverse decision in a thrilling Ladder match. This set up ANOTHER Ladder bout between the two on the October 9 show (an abundance of gimmick matches is always a sign that a promotion doesn't know what to do next).

    Syxx-Pac and B.G. James defeated Jeff Jarrett & Brian Lawler in a crap main event. Ron Killings ran in to help Jarrett and Lawler batter 'Pac & James afterwards.

In the Ratings - RAW

September 16: 3.4
September 23: 3.6
September 30: 3.6
October 7: 3.8

Signs of The Times

Brock took my beer money - Smackdown, September 5
Push Spike - Raw, September 16
Latino Heat sold me oranges - Smackdown, September 19
I miss WCW Nitro - Raw, September 23
Hopefully HHH is in every segment - Raw, September 23
They took my sign again! - Raw, September 23
Eddie moed (sic) my lawn - Smackdown, September 26
Tazz can't add - Raw, September 30

Know Your...Wrestling Euphemisms

What wrestling people really mean when they say...

"This is an unorthodox idea" - This idea doesn't make any sense.
"Oh, no! It was a set up all along!" - The bookers don't have a clue what to do next, so they're turning everyone.
"There's no wasted motion in this match!" - The wrestlers in this match don't know how to work the crowd.
"He's a methodical competitor" - He's a boring competitor.
"He's the very best in the business" - He's knocking off the boss' daughter.
"Everyone knows I'm a straight shooter" - I lie habitually.
"Vince McMahon is a genius" - Please, WWE, give me a job!!!
"Vince Russo is a genius" - Russo tells me I'm in line for a push
"Our organisation features the greatest collection of talent under one roof in the history of the business" - We've just hired a bunch of washed-up veterans.
"This kid has tremendous potential" - This kid is doing the job.
"That kid doesn't know how to work" - Damn! That youngster is better than me.
"I have absolutely no problem putting anyone in the company over under the right circumstances" - I'm not doing any more jobs.

If I Can Be Serious For A Minute...

"I knew Stacy Keibler was a lesbian when she wouldn't go out with me" - Jerry Lawler, Raw September 9th.

"I am the greatest World champion there has ever been. And the reason is: I've got it all" - Triple H, Raw September 16.

"You've lost it, Flair. If this is the way you're gonna be, why don't you do everybody a favour: give it up, retire. The Ric Flair I see before me now is pathetic" - Triple H, summing up the Flair situation perfectly, Raw September 16.

"Keep in mind, Brock Lesnar has all the accolades: He's a two time Big Ten champion, he's a..." - Michael Cole, boring us senseless once again with that irrelevant crap, Smackdown September 19.

"I don't have a tattoo on my back. What are you looking at my back for anyway, you dirty old man?" - Jim Ross to Jerry 'Albert Steptoe' Lawler, Raw September 23.

"I'm tired of hearing him, and I'm tired of seeing him: this is not the Triple H show." - Bubba Ray Dudley, Raw September 23.

"A '6' and a '9'. What's that: 14?" - Tazz, demonstrating his genius again, Smackdown September 26.

"A lot of 'Es' in this match: Edge, Eddie, Edge, Eddie..." - Tazz, Smackdown September 26.

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Psychic » Fri Jun 18, 2010 5:05 pm

KKLEIN wrote:Week 15 (October 2): Jerry Lynn beat AJ Styles on a reverse decision in a thrilling Ladder match. This set up ANOTHER Ladder bout between the two on the October 9 show (an abundance of gimmick matches is always a sign that a promotion doesn't know what to do next).


lol

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Cropolite » Fri Jun 18, 2010 5:08 pm

WWE star Dolph Ziggler posted the following in-character message on his Twitter page: "Why would i sign a petition to bring back someone who never even made it to the WWE roster??? Idiots...."

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PostRe: The Wrestling Thread: WWE Fatal Four Way; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Cosmo » Fri Jun 18, 2010 5:31 pm

Reminded me to check Jericho's Twitter...

Heading to the dentist. Except having hot bamboo shoved up my penis, I can't think of a better way to spend a tues morn...

:lol: :wub:

And another..

Found it interesting that not 1 person came to help Cena during his NXT beatdown. I sat backstage smiling and watched the whole thing.


The whole thing is gold.


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