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 Post subject: Re: wwf/wwe...your memories..
PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2012 8:47 am 
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Taker won :fonz: :fonz:

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So true mate ...he is consistently inconsistent throughout his united career ..but what if he turns consistent ..he will get around 40 goals...ATM im waiting for that time as his age is 24/25 :wait: ... :|
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2012 8:51 am 
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Sheamus wins in 18 seconds against Bryan.


:blink: what is the point of that? Was that a title match?

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That's just ridiculous... title matches are meant to be the highlight, the epic battle between 2 great gladiators, not 18 seconds.

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But James and Pak both said they were voting JSP


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You know what Paks like. He's probably voted JSP for woman of the year or something.


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I didn't watch Raw last night. However Facebook tells me that Brock Lesner returned last night.

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Ah Brock... my favourite Lesnar moment in the WWE was when he tried a shooting star press and landed on his head :laugh:

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But James and Pak both said they were voting JSP


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You know what Paks like. He's probably voted JSP for woman of the year or something.


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I can see Dana White suing him/the WWE.

Watched a video of him from last night - he looks like he's lost quite a lot of weight, looks no where near as big as he used to. Not really surprising given his illness and what he's gone through though. Wouldn't have thought going back to the WWE would be particularly good for him (health-wise) but anything is better than the UFC I guess, and he looked completely gone when he last fought there.

Hope he does well though :thumbup:

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Why would Dana White be able to sue them? And I'm sure the WWE wouldn't have given him a yr contract @ $5m if they hadn't checked the legalities first.

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Didn't Lesnar sign some ridiculous contract many years ago with the WWE where they basically owned him for life so when he went off and tried Football and then UFC he had to get it cleared by WWE as he was still technically an inactive member of the WWE roster.

Seems a bit wierd to bring him back he was a bit of a human freak show and he came very close to seriously hurting some people which I don't think went down well off stage.


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I think the contract was for 7 years.

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idontfeardeath wrote:
Why would Dana White be able to sue them? And I'm sure the WWE wouldn't have given him a yr contract @ $5m if they hadn't checked the legalities first.

I read he had a contract with the UFC before he retired which stopped him competing in any other wrestling/fighting activities for either x amount of time, or x amount of fights, and it wasn't fulfilled. If so, I'm pretty sure he could sue him.

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Was away this week so have just caught up with proceedings. Other than the shock win for the Rock, after a suprisingly good match, and the Jericho/Punk bout I thought Wrestlemania was terrible. No tag team title match. An 18 second title match. And about 40 minutes dedicated to a match where we already know the outcome :yawn:

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Had a friend round for WM went halves on the ppv and got a takeaway.

I enjoyed it tbh, and that Sheamus 'fight' I thought was brilliant. No one expected that, shocks are good.

"YES YES YES YES...... BAM!"

Everything else was pretty predictable I believe, but I don't watch RAW much and nor do I read into anything outside of here/Red Issue so usually I can watch stuff without knowing the outcome already. Except for the Undertaker ones, but they make up for that with the actual fight... and there's always a moment where you think "he's lost here", some of those 3 counts were literally in the brink.

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Jerry Lawler had a heart attack ringside live on Raw last night he's in Montreal hospital in stable condition


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But James and Pak both said they were voting JSP


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Oh wow. My friend txt me last night saying "Lawler having a heart attack ringside" and I assumed it was scripted. Didn't even take in to account it could be real.

Hope he recovers quickly.

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They reckon he was dead for 20 mins... That's crazy. Hope he recovers okay.

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