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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Cuttooth » Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:14 pm

Goose wrote:It just looks like a bunch of fat, middle aged men

And Stevie Richards. :wub:

Wait, that was Rhino? :shock: :lol:

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Balloon Sod » Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:15 pm

Rog wrote:Take solace in that this weeks show sounds worlds better than next weeks. The spoilers for next week are ludicrous :lol:


Apparently Tommy Dreamer has some heat backstage for trying to cry too hard. Tommy Dreamer's gimmick is that he cries easily, so think of how gooseberry fool it must look next week.

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Pontius Pilate » Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:20 pm

What TNA really needs right now is for the MEM to reform (with steiner...) :shifty:

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by KK » Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:54 pm

Ryan0rz wrote:What TNA really needs right now is for the MEM to reform (with steiner...) :shifty:

What TNA needs to do is focus on new talent, with a smattering of old.

A considerable amount in TNA seems to be stuck in 1997. Does it really look good when washed up wrestlers, who to most people were never considered main-eventers in either the WWF or WCW, are beating up TNA's young roster? That same roster that is supposed to be leading them in to the future? Invasions by their very nature are supposed to leave you going "Holy gooseberry fool!". When Nexus arrived on Raw, if you were nodding off (which after that particular Raw was probably a certainty), you damn well woke up when they started destroying all & sundry. Or, in 1995, "Oh my God it's Lex Luger!"

Sorry but, "Oh...it's Tommy Dreamer accompanied by...Stevie Richards" ain't quite doing it for me. Hell, can you even call it an invasion when Dixie Carter invited them in the first place? All they've basically done is book an...

ECW PPV that they can't call ECW because Vince McMahon owns it. And if they keep referring to ECW, Vince could probably sue if he was that bothered.

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Adam Pollard » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:01 pm

Balloon Sod wrote:How the strawberry float is Heyman going to turn this around?


He's not. Can't see him going anywhere near the company to be honest. :lol:

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Rog » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:13 pm

SimonM_89 wrote:Hey Rog, don't post about TNA anymore. Instead we'll just use this post for you after every Impact/TNA PPV:

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I write reasons and everything :cry:

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Chocolate Jim » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:20 pm

Anyone have a link to the latest Bryan and Vinny?

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Frank » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:22 pm

Ryan0rz wrote:What TNA really needs right now is for the MEM to reform (with steiner...) :shifty:


"Umm... Scott? There's only one F in Mafia"

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Pontius Pilate » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:38 pm

Steiner was amazing, even just before Hogan etc showed up and he was doing the whole "mafias still together" gooseberry fool. :lol:

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Frank » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:41 pm



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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Pontius Pilate » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:47 pm

AHAH! 1:45 in that video - "You gonna suck my dick or what...? THEN WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU IN HERE FOR!?" :lol: :lol:

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Frank » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:48 pm

Ryan0rz wrote:AHAH! 1:45 in that video - "You gonna suck my dick or what...? THEN WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU IN HERE FOR!?" :lol: :lol:


:lol:

He's amazing, TNA need him back.

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Pontius Pilate » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:52 pm

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Frank » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:56 pm

"And then you take my 75 perchance chance of winning"

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Pontius Pilate » Fri Jul 16, 2010 7:12 pm

Steiner takes over page 1421.



:lol:

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by KK » Fri Jul 16, 2010 7:17 pm

I remember when I first saw him being interviewed properly on WCW Nitro (early 1999). They went to his home after surgery - I couldn't believe how normal he both sounded & acted! Completely different.

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Pontius Pilate » Fri Jul 16, 2010 7:18 pm

Yeh, he was on some TNA thing last year, he talked completely coherently. The mans a comedic genius! :lol:

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Psychic » Fri Jul 16, 2010 7:24 pm


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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Rog » Fri Jul 16, 2010 8:01 pm

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Money in the Bank is this Sunday. Cool.

Leaderboard (Out of a possible 53)
Lucien 35
KKLEIN 31
Gaminglegend 30
Jam Master Jay 26
Pell 25
ROTS 25 <--- Champ is here
Jim 24
Sw26 23
Teh Bork 23
Sykes 23
Cuttooth 23
Drumstick 23
Baron Zemo 22
Goose 22
Iron Maiden 22
Balloon Sod 22
Skippy 21
Adam Pollard 21
Zellery 20
Dante 20
Hank Scorpio 19
Vishvanath 18
Lonestar 18
Mockmaster 18
Deadpool 17
SimonM_89 17
E-Man 16
Prototype 14
Cattanomics 14
Fishy 14
Ryan0rz 14
BOHero 14
Irene Demova 13
AJ Styles 13
Phatman 11
Tomvek 10
CuriousOyster 10
Barley 6
Cropolite 2

Tag Battle
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
Not-so-lone-star
Pell
Lonestar

Vs

Whole F'n Show
Drumstick
SimonM_89

Think there might be some outside interference in this one 8-)

Match 2
Impact Players
Cuttooth
Baron Zemo

Vs

Future Endeavour
ROTS
Jam Master Jay

Match 3
The Main Event
KKLEIN
Zellery

Vs

Cardinal Maidens
Goose
Iron Maiden

Match 4
The Purists
Mockmaster
Jim

Vs

Final Solution
CuriousOyster
Teh Bork

Worth noting that Final Solution have gotten to the quarter finals without ever having CuriousOyster show up :lol:

WWE Money in the Bank
WWE Champion Sheamus vs. John Cena (Steel Cage Match)
Winner (worth double):
Method of win (Pinfall, Submission, Over the top, Out the door, Anything else you can think of including TNA bullshit like a DQ in a cage match)
Prediction:
World Champion Rey Mysterio vs. Jack Swagger
Winner (worth double):
Raw Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Winner (worth triple):
SmackDown Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Winner (worth triple):
Unified Tag Team Champions The Hart Dynasty vs. Jimmy & Jey Uso
Winners:
Divas Champion Alicia Fox vs. Eve
Winner:
Women's Champion Layla vs. Kelly Kelly
Winner:

N.B for this PPV the last three title matches are single points only

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PostRe: Wrestling Thread: WWE Money in the Bank; Sunday, Sky Sports
by Hank Scorpio » Fri Jul 16, 2010 8:52 pm

WWE Money in the Bank
WWE Champion Sheamus vs. John Cena (Steel Cage Match)
Winner (worth double): Sheamus
Method of win (Pinfall, Submission, Over the top, Out the door, Anything else you can think of including TNA bullshit like a DQ in a cage match)
Prediction: Over the top
World Champion Rey Mysterio vs. Jack Swagger
Winner (worth double): Rey Mysterio
Raw Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Winner (worth triple): The Miz
SmackDown Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Winner (worth triple): Kofi Kingston
Unified Tag Team Champions The Hart Dynasty vs. Jimmy & Jey Uso
Winners: The Hart Dynasty
Divas Champion Alicia Fox vs. Eve
Winner: Eve
Women's Champion Layla vs. Kelly Kelly
Winner: Layla


I expect to have a nightmare again.

20 times, 20 times, Man United...

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