jeudi 31 juillet 2014

WWE Main Event (July 29, 2014)

Video on demand
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Dean Ambrose, wearing his 80s gray leather jacket, in-ring speech.
The 4 times World Champion Alberto Del Rio comes to the ring for a little blablabla and a kick on Ambrose's injured shoulder.


WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. RybAxel
Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston and Big E are at ringside during the match. The Usos win.


RAW Recap



Slater Gator (Heath Slater & Titus O'Neil) vs. Zack Ryder & Tyson Kid
WWE officials worked all week to find opponents worst enough to job to Slater Gator. After endless hours of research and brainstorming they paired Ryder & Tyson Kid to create a fantastic jobber duo. I hope that my men, Slater Gator, will destroy these two worthless pieces of crap! Slater Gator wins for the first time ever!



Dean Ambrose vs. Alberto Del Rio
Dean Ambrose wins by disqualification when he is attacked by Seth Rollins. However, Ambrose has the last laugh when he trashed both of them.



http://www.strengthfighter.com/2014/07/wwe-raw-july-28-2014-results.html

 

TNA Wrestling Destination X

Yes, yes, yes! I've watched TNA Wrestling tonight. I've been tricked to watch it thanks to http://www.smoothfeeds.com/. I was going to my favorite wrestling streaming channel smoothfeeds.com to watch the replay video of the entire WWE Main Event. But instead the video of TNA's Destination X started automatically.


The first moment were really interesting. Dixie Carter, Rockstar Scum, EC3 and her team Dixie Land were in the ring. Dixie drawing some decent heat from the crowd. Two huge men (a black and an even bigger bearded white guy), Rhino, and a muscled-up EC3 were in the ring with the millionaire MILF. The huge black man is Big Z Ezekiel Jackson formerly of the WWE, and the white man is Gene Snitsky, really tall and bulkier than he was in WWE.

 
No Wellness Policy is a Good Thing!


TNA World Tag Team Champions The Wolves vs. Matt & Jeff Hardy
The Wolves win and shook hands with the legendary Hardy Boyz after the match.


Division X Qualification match: Low Ki vs. Manik vs. DJ Z
I haven't watch TNA Wrestling for a while. So I can tell that EC3, DJ Z and other have much better physique now than a couple of months ago... Low Ki wins.



Division X Qualification match: Sanada (introduced by James Storm) vs. Brian Cage vs. Crazy Steve
Brian Cage, Holy fuck! This guy is HUGE, muscular and very athletic! Brian Cage is the total package. The jacked-up Brian Cage dominates the match. However, faggot Sanada wins by pins on the undersized Crazy Steve. Brian Cage is too good for the X Division.


Tommy Dreamer, Bully Ray and Devon are backstage and ready to fight team Dixie Land.

Austin Aries and Bobby Roodes bullshitting backstage...


Bully Ray, Devon and Tommy Dreamer are in the ring addressing Dixie Land team. Devon is full of bling bling so I don't think he's gonna go to war right now. Yes indeed, despite the fact that the New York City hardcore loving crowd is on fire. They won't any action tonight. This shit is announced for next week. :-(


The very very Beautiful People (Velvet Sky & Angelina Love) announces a fuckin' announcement for next week?????


Division X Qualification match: Samoa Joe vs. Tigre Uno vs. Homicide
Samoa Joe pins Homicide even if Tigre Uno was the weakest link in the match.


Abyss with his "girl" Janis in his hands plugging shit for next week. What about this week?!?


TNA World Champion Bobby Lashley vs. Austin Aires
Lashley will fight in Bellator MMA on September 5... Lashley wins.


 
I enjoyed watching TNA Wrestling this week...
But will I watch it next week?
 

Brock Lesnar Make-A-Wish foundation

TNA Wrestling SUCKS so much...

TNA sucks! However you can watch it tonight at 8h00 on http://www.smoothfeeds.com/




mardi 29 juillet 2014

Salaries of Vince McMahon, Stephanie, Triple H and Other WWE Executives Revealed

Salaries of Vince McMahon, Triple H and Other WWE Executives Revealed
 

Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 03.21.2014 



- A new report has revealed the pay scales of WWE's executives. The salaries of several of the company's top executives are below:

CEO Vince McMahon: $1,184,500
CFO George Barrios: $700,000
Executive Vice President (Talent, Live Events and Creative) Triple H: $550,000 (plus $1 million per year as a talent)
Executive producer Kevin Dunn: $700,000
WWE Studios president Michael Luisi: $600,000.

Vince McMahon received $1,724,958 in total compensation for 2013; he doesn't receive stock grants because he owns so much stock already. This is compared to $2,456,359 in 2012 and $1,111,395 in 2011.

George Barrios earned a total of $1,378,197 in 2013 including stock grants. Triple H earned $2,511,331 in 2013, $1,868,639 of which was in various compensation (match payoffs, merchandising, contract) as a talent. He earned $2,912,231 in 2012 and $2,484,680 in 2011.

Dun took home a total of $1,744,184 in 2013, while Luisi earned $1,403,228. Stephanie McMahon earned $778,394 in 2013, which included $325,000 as a television talent.

As far as stock goes, the breakdown is as follows:

Vince McMahon: 39,272,641 shares ($1.21 billion)
Linda McMahon: 9,066,770 shares ($280.2 million)
Stephanie McMahon; 2,511,071 shares ($77.6 million)
Triple H: 50,764 shares ($1.57 million)







http://www.411mania.com/wrestling/news/317078/Salaries-of-Vince-McMahon,-Triple-H-and-Other-WWE-Executives-Revealed.htm

Triple H best WWE Executive Vice President of Talent ever

Photo
Paul Levesque AKA Triple H had done some fantastic work developping new talents in the WWE.


In 2010, Levesque's role as an Executive Senior Advisor was officially formalized as he was given an office at WWE headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut. Levesque was named Executive Vice President, Talent in 2011. In this role he oversees the talent relations and talent development departments, training of performers and management of worldwide recruitment. In addition to his talent duties, Levesque has worked as a director and producer of the creative direction and storylines of WWE's programming. 

lundi 28 juillet 2014

Daniel Bryan Needs A Second Neck Surgery

Doctors Inform Daniel Bryan That He Needs Second Surgery

During the police press conference with Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella this week, the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion revealed that he was informed by his doctor on Thursday that... he will likely need a second surgery to repair his injured neck.

Bryan spoke about how he has half of the strength in his right arm compared to his left. He didn’t confirm whether or not he was going to get the surgery, however did say that he was encouraged to do so.

If he does undergo the second surgery, there is no definite report on how long that will keep him out of action.

Photo: Doctors Inform Daniel Bryan That He Needs Second Surgery 

During the police press conference with Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella this week, the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion revealed that he was informed by his doctor on Thursday that he will likely need a second surgery to repair his injured neck.

Bryan spoke about how he has half of the strength in his right arm compared to his left. He didn’t confirm whether or not he was going to get the surgery, however did say that he was encouraged to do so.

If he does undergo the second surgery, there is no definite report on how long that will keep him out of action.

- MRM
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WWE Main Event full footage video

WWE Main Event
(July 29, 2014)
Full footage video: http://www.smoothfeeds.com/
(You need to register but it worth the trouble.)



The Fall and Fall of TNA iMPACT Wrestling












 

Wrestling Star X-Pac Tears His Butthole




March 2013, ex-WWE wrestler X-Pac (real name Sean Waltman) made a mistake in the ring on Saturday night and ripped his anus on the turnbuckle, landing him in the hospital for surgery. He LITERALLY tore himself a new one...

Randy Orton fag bag

WWE RAW (July 28, 2014) results

WWE Monday Night RAW
(July 28, 2014) results & review
You can watch the replay on demand on: http://www.smoothfeeds.com/


WWE last week Monday Night RAW results


The champ is here. The WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena. Another boring in-ring speech about how he gonna beat Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam just like he did in the past... Paul Heyman comes out to say that his client Brock Lesnar conquered the Undertaker undefeated streak at WrestleMania. And that his client Brock Lesnar gonna victimized John Cena. John Cena is getting a lot of cheering when he explains how he is passionated about his profession.

Cesaro joins Heyman for more mic works. Cesaro rightfully says to John Cena: "You're not a wrestler. You're a big muscled-up walking billboard." "You can't wrestles in sneakers. You just can't wrestle."

WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena vs. Cesaro
Cena wins lol.

 

 
Paige in-ring speech. Divas Champion AJ Lee is coming out... CM Punk chants (AJ Lee's real life boyfriend)... AJ attacks Paige... Paige retreats... Nobody give a fuck... More CM Punk chants.


WWE last week Monday Night RAW results



 Chris Cage's photo.


Stephanie McMahon and Triple H in the ring... "Jailbird" chants from the audience... Triple H blames the audience to laugh at his wife Stephanie when she was arrested last week on RAW. More "Jailbird" chants. 
The Authority are calling out Brie Bella to drop the charges. But instead they got Chris Jericho to laugh at Stephanie and encouraging the crowd to do so. lol... Chris Jericho states that Stephanie is nothing more than a "filthy, dirty, brutal, bottom feeding, trash-bag hoe." Chris Jericho gonna face Seth Rollins tonight.

 


Intercontinental Champion The Miz & RybAxel vs. Dolph Loser & The fuckin' Usos
The Miz keeps his sunglasses earlier in the match avoiding any fighting with his opponents... Dolph Ziggler pins the humongous Ryback for the win.





Bo Dallas vs. R-Truth
Bo Dallas taunting R-Truth with his losing streak before the match. R-TRUTH DEFEATS BO DALLAS under 30 seconds and kills the streak. Who would have thought that?

The upset and angry Bo Dallas destroys R-truth after the match.
Photo: R-Truth is the 1 in 17-1 -Rafael
R-Truth breaks the Bo Dallas undefeated streak

That's not "Best for Business"'s photo.
Team Awesome's photo.


Lana pro Russia speech then Zeb Colter pro America speech. USA chants. Jack Swagger and Rusev fighting each other. Swagger has the upper hand. Rusev retreats with Lana. USA chants. 

Shane Bogardus's photo.



 Seth Trollins's photo.
Astronaut Damien Sandow vs. Adam "Le Fife" Rose
Adam Rose KO'd the spaceman Sandow in about 20 seconds.
 Frank Dinero's photo.



Roman Reigns vs. Demon Kane
Randy Orton attacks Reigns during his entrance. Kane joins the dance. 2-on-1, Reigns doesn't stand a chance. Orton delievers an hellish, way too long, beating on Reigns for costing him his title shot and saving us from a Cena vs. Orton #10 000. 



Fandango vs. Diego (Los Matadores) w/ El Torito, Layla & Summer Rae
Diego defeats the distracted Fandango.



Goldust & Stardust backstage segment.



Natalya & Naomi vs. Alicia Fox & Cameron
Naomi makes Cameron tap out for the victory.




"Mr. Money In The Bank" Seth Rollins vs. Chris Jericho
Another fuckin' match without official decision announced. So as usual I will call the match. Y2J wins by disqualification when the three-300 pounds Wyatt are in the ring to kick his ass!


Photo

Stephanie McMahon in-ring with Brie Bella trying to convince her to drop the charges against her.
Conclusion, Brie Bella is reinstated and she will face the much taller and bigger Stephanie McMahon at SummerSlam. Stephanie promise to Brie: "You'll be MY BITCH!"


 Photo: Best for business edition.



samedi 26 juillet 2014

Brock Lesnar Top 10 Destruction





Here comes the pain! - WWE Top 10

Brock Lesnar will challenge John Cena for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at SummerSlam. This week on WWE Top 10, we look at some of the most painful beatings Lesnar has ever inflicted.

Ole Anderson shoot interview

Ole Anderson Shoot Interview (2008)Posted by Brandon Truitt on Jan 5, 2004, 19:30




Ole Anderson Shoot Interview (2003)

How did he get started in wrestling? Grab the book to find out in detail, but here’s the short version: He was in amateur wrestling from ten years old until he was in the army. Shortly before he got out of the army, he was advised by some wrestlers, including Dick The Bruiser and Verne Gagne, to get into the business.

Did he watch wrestling before he got in the business? The first time he ever heard of it was when The Crusher came to Minnesota while he was in college. Crusher was so popular that you couldn’t help but notice him. He’d only heard that wrestling was bullshit up until that point but figured there had to be some legitimate tough wrestlers somewhere. He knew that Verne Gagne was an All American in football and a national champion in amateur wrestling.

His first match- It was against Danny Hodge, who was a very decorated college wrestler. He remembers specifically that he was pulling down $148 a paycheck as a Specialist 4 in the army around that time (1967). Verne Gagne told him his pay would be about $350, which Ole thought would be his monthly pay until Verne told him it would actually be his weekly pay.

How did he end up in the Southeast? He stayed in Minnesota for about a year. After that, he had a choice between going to Dallas for Fritz Von Erich or Calgary for Stu Hart and took Calgary because Stu guaranteed him $300 a week. Calgary wasn’t much of a town back then and he could only take it for a month before he left. Stu was a great guy but he’d been warned by Wally Karbo beforehand not to get too close to Stu because Stu liked to stretch big, strong guys.

Waldo Von Erich- Waldo, Archie “The Stomper” Gouldie, and “Sailor” Art Thomas were the big draws in the territory at the time.

Owen Hart- He remembers Owen and one of his brothers, possibly Bret Hart, hiding under the ring and shooting them with squirt-guns during the matches.

Lars Anderson- He and Gene Anderson were wrestling as the original Minnesota Wrestling Crew. Ole and Lars had gone to the same college and talked on the phone about teaming up, so Ole went down to the Carolinas, where Lars and Gene were, and then they started wrestling there as the Anderson Brothers. When Lars left for Minnesota a few years down the road, Ole and Gene became a tag team full-time.

His pay at the time- He was pulling down about $30,000 around that time in Minnesota, which was more than many Minnesota Vikings football players were making. He made about as much in the Carolinas, although the drives weren’t as Hellish. At least one wrestler got killed due to the road and weather conditions up there.

Doing a shoot interview now- He wouldn’t have done it at all before a few years ago but says that the business is so exposed now that it’s no longer a big deal.

Wrestling in his time vs. today- In his time, people who got into the business tended to have an amateur background of some kind, although Ole admits that he wasn’t anywhere near as good as Danny Hodge, Joe Scarpa (Chief Jay Strongbow), Verne Gagne, or others who started out at that time. While there weren’t too many real shoots back then, the first few minutes of a match with Wahoo McDaniel would still hurt like a sonofabitch because he’d chop you so hard that you’d get blood blisters. There weren’t too many people who’d stand still and take that kind of punishment in a “fake” fight.

Protecting the business- Lou Thesz and Verne Gagne told him early in his career that if someone is being charged to watch you work, then you’re providing entertainment. You always have to keep in mind whether you’re providing a good show or a bad show. However, his big deal was making anyone who ever got in the ring with him think that he and Gene Anderson were the toughest people they’d ever face because they believed in the philosophy of doing a work so stiff that it seems like a shoot by the end of the match.

Old Timers- He worked out with Lou Thesz a few years ago. They did like 45 minutes of work in the weight room then Thesz suggested they spar on the mats in the other room. Even at 86 years old, Thesz was still a great shooter and knocked the shit out of him and, 30 minutes later when they were done, both were bleeding but Ole was the worse of the two. Thesz even put Ole in a few shoot holds that were used in pro wrestling but were never applied properly there.

People from other territories- He was always warned never to go to Tennessee because it was total bullshit. Whenever wrestlers from Tennessee would show up and expect to lay out a match before getting into the ring, they were in for a rude surprise. He specifically told them “It’s assholes like you who have everyone thinking that all professional wrestling is the same and that it’s all bullshit.” The Tennessee guys would all say “Well, that’s how I like it” but very few would stick around for the match. At least one guy waited until he was out of sight then bolted for the door and drove off before Ole even realized who was leaving.

The reason he was in the business- To make as much money as possible. Some people were in it to win championships but Ole’s mindset was “Fuck, I can buy as many championship belts as I want. Don’t mean shit.”

Hall of Fame- He heard he and Gene were considered for the Hall of Fame but that they weren’t strongly considered because they didn’t go too many places other than the Southeast. His response to the guy that called up (he never says Dave Meltzer although he refers to “Some guy in California”) was that the stupid sonofabitch should have realized that doing something like that would have meant uprooting his family several times chasing money that might not have been there instead of staying in areas where he was on top and making a lot of money. He also says that the people who worked in all those different territories were people who weren’t good enough to hack it in any one place, which is why they were always moving around. He and Gene were told by Jim Crockett Sr., Jim Barnett, and Eddie Graham that they could stay in Mid-Atlantic, Georgia, or Florida as long as they wanted, which is why they never left the Southeast. “As stupid as you are, I wouldn’t want to be in your goddamn Hall of Fame.”

Sidenote- If Ole didn’t want to be in the Hall of Fame, then why does he go off on this tangent here, in his book, and ESPECIALLY on the Wrestling Observer Live show during an interview with Dave Meltzer?

What made his team with Gene so special? They didn’t care about all the pageantry of the business but, rather, were more concerned with being able to kick everyone’s asses and go as long as they needed to in the ring. Harley Race was one of the guys who could smoke, drink, kick ass, and go for a long time in the ring.

Harley Race- Tough guy, although not much of a wrestler. He’d do all kinds of crazy stuff like kicking the shit out of anyone who got close to him. He got sued plenty of times but was a very tough guy. He had a lot of balls. No one would ride with Harley, partially because Harley would typically drive 85 miles an hour down two lane highways. Harley was crazy enough that, if he wanted someone else to drive, he wouldn’t even stop the car to do it. He ended up finding out WHY Harley did that about 30 seconds after he got behind the wheel, as he looked in the rear view mirror and saw flashing red lights. Harley DID pay for the ticket though.




DVD #2

Wahoo McDaniel- He was a great guy to have in wrestling because he was a legitimate athlete instead of a weightlifter. Wahoo’s nose was broken by Jack Brisco but he still kept on going in the business.

Gene Anderson- He was another tough one because they were tagging together in a match against Wahoo and Paul Jones. Wahoo got a little sloppy with one of his chops and accidentally hit Gene in the mouth, knocking the top set of Gene’s teeth so that they were bent backwards. They still finished the match though. Gene went to bed that night, then they both got up the next morning and went to the dentist, who had to replace all the teeth that were knocked back. Gene never said a word the whole time. He then asks a rhetorical question about whether anyone in the business today would do that. (I’d say it’s because they have more sense than that, although that’s just me.)

People skipping shows- People used to skip them in WCW for a variety of BS excuses such as “I think I’m getting a cold.” Ole says the only show he ever missed was after he got stabbed really bad and the doctors thought he could die. He still wrestled two days later because he would have missed TV for the week. He split his chest where he’d been stitched up, which happened constantly for the next few weeks. He’d just get stitched up again then get ready for the next night.

The series against Greg Valentine and Ric Flair- That was when Valentine and Flair were both good wrestlers. It was unusual to have two heel teams facing each other at that time. He starts asking rhetorical questions about who the fans will turn face before answering himself and saying that they’ll always choose the toughest team, which was himself and Gene.

Being a babyface- He hated it, although it allowed him to turn heel on Gordon Solie and tell him off on the air. He basically told Gordon that he didn’t know shit about wrestling and Gordon was in shock the whole time.

Joe Pedicino- He didn’t like this “big, fat tub of shit” either. Pedicino and Solie were doing a show where they showcased old matches and someone brought up Ole’s name as being someone unlikable and the other said that Ole didn’t have any friends in the business and probably never had any friends. (Sidenote- I’d say it’s true for the most part… the only people I’ve ever seen that say they like Ole were the Road Warriors.) He called up Solie a few years ago and asked about getting some pictures and Solie offered to provide him with a lot of pictures of Ole from his time in Florida as well as 16mm films and tapes of his matches there. Never got a thing from Solie and never heard a word out of him after that.

His hand- He’s got a brace on his left hand which he says is partially due to how he’d decide if someone was big enough to be in the business. He’d put his finger and thumb around the guy’s wrist and, if they almost touched, it meant they weren’t big enough to be in wrestling. Magnum TA was naturally a small-boned guy.

Shoots in the business- They’re usually only a few seconds long, at which point one says to the other “OK, you’re stronger or better” and they go back to working.

Did he travel with Gene most of the time? Yes, because he and Gene were close. They used to play football against each other in high school then ran into each other again when Ole was in the army. The conversations between them, though, were fairly one-sided as Ole would do most of the talking and Gene would say yes, no, or “I don’t think that’ll work.” (Sounds like the conversations between the two kidnappers in Fargo… Steve Buscemi did all the talking and the other guy would only say “Yup” or “Where is pancakes house?”.)

Professor Boris Malenko- He met him in Florida then Boris came up to the Carolinas in the mid-70s. Boris was pretty tough, as were his sons Joe Malenko and Dean Malenko, who’s currently a WWE road agent. Boris kept talking up Karl Gotch at the time until Ole said “How tough could he be? He’s over in Hawaii hauling garbage right now.” (That was a true comment… Gotch was like a sanitation commissioner in Hawaii at the time) A few weeks later, Gene drives up with Boris and someone else in the car. When Ole gets in the back and looks at the other person in the back, it’s Karl Gotch. Ole basically challenged Gotch and Gotch threw it back in his face, but did it in a way to where they all became friendly. (It was something like Ole saying “If you want to kick my ass, stand in line and pack a lunch.” Gotch turned to him slowly and said “I’ll pack a lunch because, when I have you in the ring, I want to take all day.”)

Wrestling today- He doesn’t like how people today no-sell everything like Jason in a Friday the 13th movie. Although they’ve got some legitimate wrestlers in there, they don’t know how to draw a crowd, work, etc. The audience has also shifted towards being a much younger crowd.

The art of the interview- No one speaks spontaneously anymore, as everything’s scripted. They used to cut plenty of promos between 30 seconds and 2 minutes in one day and would do it spontaneously, not using a teleprompter or cue cards. They’d get a subject, such as Wahoo McDaniel and Paul Jones in Charlotte and the stipulations, then would go from there.

The Four Horsemen- He thinks that Dusty Rhodes came up with the whole thing. He didn’t really want to get involved in it because he was thinking about retirement, but had heard that the checks were about to start going up due to merchandising. He doesn’t remember exactly how much it was, but thinks that he didn’t make squat off of Four Horsemen merchandise but that the houses went up slightly because of it. He didn’t like Flair much at the time. Tully Blanchard was okay. He didn’t know Arn Anderson that well because he’d mainly known Arn as a TV jobber in Georgia when he was running the territory. He says that Arn had a lot of the same mannerisms as Gene Anderson, though.

Ric Flair- He’s nowhere near as good as he thinks he is. Ole says that a lot of people probably say the same thing about him but his opinion of himself is so high that even a fraction of it is still pretty far above everyone else.

His role in Georgia Championship Wrestling- He was the booker of the territory. He was very hands-on in that job, which not all bookers do, but he feels it was an essential part of the job to watch all the matches and tell the guys if he thought what they did was shitty because it affected his money directly as well as their money. Booking today has a lot of thought that goes into it but that they don’t have the tools to do it properly.

Who should write the definitive book on how to book a promotion? Verne Gagne, Bill Watts, and himself would definitely be on the short list for it. He’s not sure about Pat Patterson because he was a star but that doesn’t necessarily make him qualified. The top three matches were all planned well going into it but the undercard matches were all planned so that there weren’t any major problems. Ole talks about how, early in his career, he had a match against Rene Goulet that he felt was very good but Verne Gagne let both of them know that it was the worst match he’d ever seen. They were booked as the second match on the card but did everything that they knew, which stole the thunder away from the main event match.

Matches today- It’s just people beating the shit out of each other and making people kiss their asses, which he’s just heard second hand but he feels that it’s a bunch of crap. People back in the day could draw a crowd and get enough heat that people want to kill you. People today can’t get even a fraction of that because there’s no one around who can teach them. They all felt that it was “jumping off the top rope, or jumping off the building like Owen Hart, or grabbing your balls and talking about having two hos who work for you.”

Booking WCW in 1990- Ric Flair, Kevin Sullivan, and Jim Cornette were booking it before him. He can’t tell you everything that was wrong because there was so much that was screwed up. The wrestlers weren’t willing to work by the time he was a booker, and it pisses him off a bit that he was making about a quarter of what some guys were making at the time. The people at Turner didn’t have a clue and that he’s not sure what his boss’s claim to fame was (Jim Herd) but implies he was a clueless putz. The first thing he was assigned as booker was slashing the WCW budget, which he took from ten million dollars down to seven million dollars within a few minutes. When he took it back to his boss, he was told “How is that going to make me look?” because his boss had been there for several years and couldn’t do what Ole did in a few minutes. Ole’s response was “I don’t think anyone ever accused you of knowing anything about wrestling”, which he admits probably didn’t help his position as he was fired seven months later. In short, everyone thought that wrestling would be bullshit and that it would be easy to run, but his counter-position was that movies would also be considered bullshit but that people don’t think making one of those is easy.

Heavy criticism against him for the Black Scorpion and Robocop angles- Robocop was the fault of his boss and he had nothing to do with it. The Black Scorpion started because he was pissed at his bosses at Turner, “the dumbest bunch of bastards I’ve ever met.” During a meeting a few months into his term as booker, the Turner suits looked at some of the booking he was doing in the small towns and decided that the cards he was booking were no good, so he came up with the Black Scorpion vs. Sting as a joke and they loved it. None of them, himself included, had any idea of who the Black Scorpion would be but the Turner suits still loved the idea. At that point, he was just sitting there collecting a paycheck because he was so sick of the job. He feels that anyone who watched wrestling at that time and could only criticize that one thing, then “you’re a bunch of stupid asses to begin with and it doesn’t make any difference what you people think.”

Talent in WCW at the time- Flair was okay, Lex Luger was completely clueless, etc. “Tell me one person who was there at the time who you can remember from the 70s.” (… I’m not touching this one with a 50 foot pole. You can insert your own comments here.) He had a bunch of “snot-nosed kids” in the ring but didn’t do too badly with what he had to work with.




http://thesmartmarks.com/artman/publish/article_1298.shtml
http://www.pwinsider.com/ViewArticle.php?id=24494

vendredi 25 juillet 2014

Bo Dallas pearls of wisdom






WWE Smackdown (July 25, 2014) results

WWE Friday Night Smackdown (July 25, 2014) results
http://www.smoothfeeds.com/  to watch the full footage




Damn that I hate those damn motherfuckers Usos of my fuckin' ass!!!
WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. RybAxel
By the way, who do you think will buy RybAxel merchandises?
The Usos's faggots win


Intercontinental Champion & A-Lister wanna-be  The Miz on Miz TV
The Miz acceptance speech.
Interrupted by "Bo Lieve" Bo Dallas??? Then Dolph Jobber, hungry for another loss!
Bo Dallas vs. Dolph Ziggler
Bo Dallas wins. Dolph Jobber loses again. lol


No Disqualification match: Dean Ambrose vs. Cesaro
Some backbreaking suplexes onto steel chairs action! How in the world these guys can walk after such bumps?
Dean Ambrose wins by pinfall. However he is annihilated by Seth Rollins after the match.


Paige vs. Naomi
Paige defeats Naomi in record time. Cameron kicks Naomi's hot ass after the match. 


Goldust & StarDust segment...


Bray Wyatt vs. R-Truth
Bray Wyatt squashes R-Truth.



This week RAW results




Roman Reigns vs. Alberto Del Rio 
Roman Reigns wins.





Watch WWE Smackdown tonight

Watch WWE Smackdown tonight
http://miziko.com




mercredi 23 juillet 2014

Watch TNA Wrestling tonight




Do not watch TNA Wrestling LIVE Streaming
this Thursday night at 8h00 or replay on demand at: 
http://miziko.com


Women Wrestling Division TNA vs. WWE vs NXT






 


TNA SUCKS anyway!

However...






WWE Main Event (July 22, 2014) results

WWE Main Event results
replay on demand on: http://miziko.com

July 22, 2014 
Orlando, Florida


'Mr. Money In The Bank' Seth Rollins vs. Fandango
Seth Rollins defeats his designated victim Fandango.



Monday Night RAW results


Jay Uso vs. Ryback
Ryback wins.


Big E & Kofi Kingston (497 lbs) w/ Xavier Woods vs. Slater Gator (486 lbs)
The fantastic jobbers combo of Heath Slater & Titus O'Neil aka Slater-Gator gets trashed and humiliated by the newly aggressive Big E & Kofi. Thanks to the guidance of Xavier Woods.
Photo: Looks like titus won't be joining the group, lol
-TY-



Rusev w/ Lana vs. Jack Swagger w/ Zeb Colter
Jack Swagger wins by disqualification when Rusev hits him with the Russian flag. 


"The Ravishing Russian" Lana topless





WWE BattleGround 2014 results

lundi 21 juillet 2014

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Can the so-called Hero of the Russian Nation Rusev kicks the ass of the Celtis Albinos Sheamus for the United States Championship title?


The only way to know it is by watching WWE Main Event tonight at 8 PM.


 

WrestleMania 31: The Rock vs. Brock Lesnar



My Nostradamus prediction:

I can smell a WWE World Heavyweight Championship winning for Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam and a The Rock vs. Brock Lesnar main event at WrestleMania XXXI. Both men are the Biggest Tickets Sellers right now thanks to their crossover mainstream media celebrity status. Which is Great for Bu$ine$$.

However both men are part-timers in the WWE. So the winner of the WrestleMania main event will probably get rid of the title soon after the Greatest Extravaganza Of Sport Entertainment.

Yes I know. It's make a lot of sense.







 

WWE RAW after BattleGround results

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The day after BattleGround 2014
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Here are the results:


COO Triple H
The ever excellent COO Triple H starts the show on the mic. He wants somebody to bring back the WWE World Heavyweight Championship to The Authority.
Randy Orton, Kane, and Roman Reigns all came out to be the one who face John Cena for the title at SummerSlam.
Roman Reigns cleans off the ring Superman punching Kane while Orton was retreating.
Triple H ordains a match...

Handicap match: Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton & Kane
Randy Orton walks away from Kane.  Roman Reigns pins Kane for the win.



4-on-1 Handicap match: Nikki Bella vs. Alicia Fox, Rosa Mendez, Cameron & Eva Marie
Brie Bella is in the audience with her front row ticket. Stephanie McMahon made her entrance plus some blablabla later, she slaps Brie Bella right in the face.
The foursome easily destroys the outnumbered Brie Bella. Alicia Fox made the pin.



Bo Dallas vs. Damien "LeBron James" Sandow
The Streak lives! Bo Dallas defeats Damien "LeBron James" Sandow.



Bray Wyatt on Chris Jericho's Highlight Reel
Bray Wyatt in-ring speech showing off on the Titantron their backstage attack on Chris Jericho earlier. Plus endless Bray Wyatt's blablabla.... zzzz  What? Frightening words from Bray Wyatt... lol

Photo: Poor Jericho.. I'd hate to listen to that shit as well.



Intercontinental Champion The Miz vs. Dolph Ziggler
An excellent "This is awesome!" kind of match, Dolph Ziggler pins The Miz after several back and forth pinfall from both wrestlers. Even when Dolph Ziggler wins he loses... It was a non-title match.

WWE IN & OUT's photo.



Backstage segment, Triple H, Seth Rollins, and Cesaro... Cesaro will face Dean Ambrose tonight.



Divas Champion AJ Lee & Paige vs. Natalya & Emma
AJ Lee submits Natalya for the win. Paige destroys AJ Lee after the match. It was about time that this frenemies stuff ends!



Fandango vs. Zack Ryder
Zack Ryder made his entrance with Summer Rae and Layla... It's sometimes good to be a jobber!
ZACK RYDER WINS!!! (with some assistance from Layla)

Photo: Yeah U r the one in 21 & 1!!!! :D
<JDPunk>




Oversized guest star rapper Flo Rida shoves jobber Heath Slater backstage.

Guest star Flo Rida performs
And except for a couple of people. Nobody seem to care.


Stephanie McMahon is handcuffed and arrested for battery (slapping Brie Bella earlier on the show) by two cops in suits. Ehhhh.... It doesn't look so great to see Stephanie handcuffed with her hands behind her back. Her boobs are so far apart! Stephanie and the two cops leaves the arena "just going downtown".

Stephanie McMahon is arrested for battery on Brie Bella.


"Family first" can wait for COO Triple H. Triple H choose to stay on the show instead of leaving for his arrested wife.


RybAxel vs. Big E & Kofi Kingston
Ryback pins the ever-losing Kofi Kingston for his team.
Then Xavier Woods, dressed as the 90s Brother Love, enters the ring to encourage the losers to stop being good guys and instead do what it's take to win. Kofi and Big E acquiest.

Photo: Credit: Ty Pratt

Oh no! Don't tell me that WWE is now copying the lame ass TNA 's all black faction (MVP, Bobby Lashley, Kerry King)!?!

Photo: Credit: David Nichols Jr.



Rusev w/ Lana vs. The Great Khali
Rusev had some trouble defeating the giant jobber Khali.



Goldust & Stardust backstage crap.



Dean Ambrose vs. Cesaro
Dean Ambrose is disqualified when he starts throwing chairs into the ring...



COO Triple H is in the ring to announce John Cena's opponent for SummerSlam.
RANDY ORTON!!!
BEURK! Not Cena vs. Orton for the million th times!!!
Randy Orton is attacked by Roman Reigns on his way in. Both wrestlers left backstage while brawling...
Thanks god! Here come Paul Heyman... Oh yes!
Paul Heyman pertinently states that plan A (Randy Orton) has Roman Reigns on his ass. That plan B (Seth Rollins) is constantly hunted by Dean Ambrose. So it only left Triple H with a plan C...

The Man who Conquered The Undertaker Undefeated Streak at WrestleMania will conquers the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at SummerSlam.
"The Beast Incarnate" Brock Lesnar. Triple H shakes both man's hands. No more Cena wins this time.

BEAST
FOR
BUSINESS
Brock Lesnar is Plan C



My Nostradamus prediction:
I can smell a world title winning for Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam and a The Rock vs. Brock Lesnar main event at WrestleMania XXI. Both men are the Biggest Tickets Sellers right now thanks to their crossover mainstream media celebrity. Which is Great for Bu$ine$$.
However both men are part-timers in the WWE. So the winner of the WrestleMania main event will probably get rid of the title soon after the Greatest Extravaganza Of Sport Entertainment.

Yes I know. It's make a lot of sense.

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