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30/01/2013, 00:39
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Hi people am a huge fan of the wwe and just wondering what evryone thought of raw and royal rumble
I thought they were two outstanding nights of entertainment
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30/01/2013, 11:59
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RE: WWE
(30/01/2013, 00:39)jesslovestits Wrote:  Hi people am a huge fan of the wwe and just wondering what evryone thought of raw and royal rumble
I thought they were two outstanding nights of entertainment

just getting round to watching raw just now bout halfway through like the shield on cena liked the divas (good to see them properly fighting for once) not too keen on tensai dancing tho haha rumble was a good ppv although a little too predictable
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30/01/2013, 15:46
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[Image: 14969734_07.jpg] [Image: 14969735_untitled.png] [Image: 14969736_wrestling460.jpg] AAhhhh Wrestling Ehh! takes me right back to my childhood, ITV 'World of Sport, Dickie Davis' saturday afternoon with me granda, watchin these two fine specimens fallin over for half an hour, Big Daddy & Giant Heystacks topping the bill?
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30/01/2013, 16:41
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Yeah man and i really do hate CENA, he needs a character change he's doing the same old shit and I fucking hope that he don't win at wrestlemania against rock!! And the divas are just models now I wish kelly Kelly was still their she was actually entertaining and I loved the rumble man actually had good surprises but off course not happy that CENA won, I didn't like the way the rock won but at least he's champ
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31/01/2013, 02:26
Post: #5
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Predictable, somehow i figured they would end CM Punk's title reign and hand the title to the Rock and Set up Cena vs The Rock 2 for Wrestlemania,

which i ask this question does anyone want to even see Cena vs The Rock again at Wrestlemania? it wasnt even good the first time around!

CM Punk holding the Title to Wrestlemania and dropping it to the Rock at Wrestlemania would have been more interesting. Although CM Punk did show up the Rock a few weeks ago, with the "Your arms are too short to box with God" Promo.
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31/01/2013, 16:26
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i've not watched any for a few months now, but ended up watching royal rumble and i really wasn't impressed.

even with the few months of not watching i managed to predict who would win all but one of the matches, and that's without even being fully up to date on current storys so just shows how predictable it's become.

i just can't shake the feeling that it will never be as good as it was back in the 90's, i know they've gone for the more kid friendly thing now but it just sucks if you used to watch it in the 90's, i mean once you've seen someone ballance the largest ladder you've ever seen on top of two tables stacked on top of each other, climb it and then jump off spinning through the air and landing on someone else to smash them through another table, just rolling the announce table on to someone doesn't really cut it anymore. i mean the big show match, last man standing, those match's used to be brutal but in the match at rumble everything that happened would've just been the filler in a 90's era last man standing match.

also it feels like none of the wrestlers are as big characters as there used to be, so many of them just seem the same but with different outfits.

i don't know why being child friendly has seemed to translate to "you're either a good guy or a bad guy who thinks he's unbeatable" they need more people with an actual character that is distinct from all the other babyfaces and heels.

pretty much the only bit that stood out for me in the rumble was kofi's way of getting back in the ring.

also what the hell is tensai still doing there, back when he was albert he was pretty decent but this new character is boring although i will say at least he does have a bit of character to him even if it is a bad one.

i don't think i'm alone in thinking that either as if you watch the points when the wrestlers ran out in the rumble pretty much all of them were greeted with near enough silence and a sort of "oh yeah, it's him, big deal" attitude.
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31/01/2013, 19:09
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you should watch a few youtube since albert has come back thier always chanting albert at him i tend to watch it if thiers nothing else on i do agree about the 90's i think the rock being 'back' is desprate at best the whole one man band heat slater sucks and ryback is a mix of bill goldbreg and peri saturn
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31/01/2013, 20:05
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yeah i wasn actually still watching it regularly when albert first came back and they were bigging him up and litterally as soon as he got in the ring his first time everyone was chanting albert at him and the announcers were doing there best to ignore it lol.

heath slater i always thought was rubbish, and when i saw in the rumble he's now got his "band" i actually laughed.

with the exception of the rumble i only saw ryback wrestle when he was on each week against a "local" wrestler, which i didn't get, it was meant to big him up as this unstopable force that couldn't be beaten and yet all of his opponents were so weak and weedy that my dead gran could beat them

the other thing i noticed in the rock's and cm punks match was that the camera men / editors seemed to be doing a really bad job as with nearly every punch/kick you could clearly see that they weren't connecting at all, i don't ever remember it being that obvious in the past.
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31/01/2013, 20:40
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(31/01/2013, 20:05)humiliateme Wrote:  yeah i wasn actually still watching it regularly when albert first came back and they were bigging him up and litterally as soon as he got in the ring his first time everyone was chanting albert at him and the announcers were doing there best to ignore it lol.

heath slater i always thought was rubbish, and when i saw in the rumble he's now got his "band" i actually laughed.

with the exception of the rumble i only saw ryback wrestle when he was on each week against a "local" wrestler, which i didn't get, it was meant to big him up as this unstopable force that couldn't be beaten and yet all of his opponents were so weak and weedy that my dead gran could beat them

the other thing i noticed in the rock's and cm punks match was that the camera men / editors seemed to be doing a really bad job as with nearly every punch/kick you could clearly see that they weren't connecting at all, i don't ever remember it being that obvious in the past.

thiers been quite few i remember a jeff hardy match he dropkicked someone thier was almost 2 feet of space between his feet and the guy he was (fighting)
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31/01/2013, 21:21
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oh yeah, i wasn't saying it never used to happen, just that i don't ever remember noticing it so much in a single match as i did with the rock and cm punk, it seemed to be really noticeable with every punch/kick they threw.
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