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  1. Finally got around to watching NXT TaKeover & Survivor Series. Survivor Series was pretty solid outside of some absolutely horrendous finishes (Kalisto/Kendrick & Miz/Zayn). Goldberg/Lesnar was UNREAL though. Some people might argue the finish made Lesnar look bad, but it's clearly heading to a rematch. Not to mention it completely caught me off guard and had me losing my mind - something WWE doesn't do very often. Having said that, NOTHING from last weekend comes even close to the DIY / Revival match on Takeover. Not only will that be the best match of the year but it's one of the best tag matches I have ever seen, period. Gargano is such a good face that he mad me yelling at my TV because I was so into the match and thought DIY was getting screwed over again. The finish to that match was unbelievable. Just a thing of beauty.
  2. From NY Times today: And defying conventions of civility and political common sense, Mr. Trump leveled cutting personal criticism at a Miss Universe pageant winner, held up by Mrs. Clinton in Monday night’s debate as an example of her opponent’s disrespect for women. Mr. Trump insisted in the Fox News appearance that he had been right to disparage the beauty queen, Alicia Machado, for her physique. “She was the winner and she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem,” said Mr. Trump, who was the pageant’s executive producer at the time. “Not only that — her attitude. And we had a real problem with her.” This is where Trump is at his absolute worst and his own worst enemy. This is one of those "don't bring this back up and move on" moments.
  3. WWE Hall of Famer Mr. Fuji passes away WWE is saddened to learn that WWE Hall of Famer Harry Fujiwara, known to WWE fans as Mr. Fuji, passed away this morning at the age of 82. Fuji spent more than 30 years entertaining fans worldwide as both an in-ring competitor and one of WWE’s greatest managers. A five-time WWE World Tag Team Champion, Fuji was infamous for keeping small bags of salt in his tights which he would throw into his opponents’ eyes. After retiring from the ring, Fuji managed a litany of WWE’s most feared Superstars, such as George “The Animal” Steele, Kamala, Killer Khan, Demolition, The Powers of Pain, Yokozuna and most notably, “Magnificent” Don Muraco. With Muraco, Fuji treated WWE fans to the classic Fuji Vice, Fuji General, Fuji Bandito and Fuji Chan series. These series were ahead of their time because spoofing successful television shows as they tried to break into Hollywood was the epitome of sports-entertainment. His career will be remembered by different generations for different reasons but Mr. Fuji, whether as a Superstar or manager, is one of the most entertaining performers in the history of WWE. WWE extends its condolences to Fujiwara’s family, friends and fans. ---- Another one of the greats from my childhood is gone.
  4. Interesting choice. Coached the Lake Erie Monsters to the Calder Cup championship this year. Avs are obviously very high on the guy.
  5. DAMN! This is some seriously amazing stuff. The Miz is just a phenomenal heel and is savagely underrated.
  6. Haha no doubt. At first I thought it was steroids for Del Rio, but if a boyfriend and girlfriend get busted on the same day within hours of each other, you'd have to think this was drug use.
  7. Yeah he basically said "just f***ng get over it" in regards to Trumps racism. His quote of " We see people accusing people of being racist and all kinds of stuff. When I grew up, those things weren’t called racist.” was just hilarious. Yeah moron, because when you were growing up racism was more the norm and widely accepted. The guy is a great actor/director but seems to be an an all around shi**y human being.
  8. After reading this, I'm going to assume never. The insecurity of this man is insane.
  9. Yeah it was pretty amazing. Matt Hardy is winning me over big time with this gimmick. Between this and stuff like Mattitude in WWE, he's clearly always been the better of the Hardy's (never understood the love for Jeff Hardy).
  10. When you see The Big Show winning a Raw main event in 2016, that pretty much shows you how terrible the show was. The main event was just a clusterf**k. The "Beat Up John Cena" thing was pretty fantastic though especially with Karl Anderson's line about his hot Asian wife. Stone Cold said it best last week: "There’s just no interwoven storylines, which carries through the course of a Monday Night RAW, where something, a seed, is planted at the beginning of a Monday Night RAW and threaded through the entire show. It’s just match after match, segment, or in-ring segment, skit, whatever you want to call it, backstage promo.”
  11. My reaction to the negotiation skills of Ray Shero:
  12. I don't think that's real. Lalji's twitter handle is: @FarhanLaljiTSN Edit: Nevermind missed the part where you pointed out it was fake.
  13. Best two comments I've seen on this: I don't use good drugs. I don't use bad drugs. I use THE drugs. & Yankee. Oscar. Uniform. Foxtrot. Uniform. Charlie. Kilo. Echo. Delta. Uniform. Papa.
  14. https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2016/jun/19/anton-yelchin-star-trek-actor-dies-car-crash Anton Yelchin, Star Trek actor, dies in car accident at age 27 Anton Yelchin, a charismatic rising star best known for playing Chekov in the rebooted Star Trek films, has died at the age of 27. He was killed in a fatal traffic accident early on Sunday morning, his publicist, Jennifer Allen, confirmed. According to reports, Yelchin’s friends alerted police when he failed to turn up to a rehearsal scheduled to start on Saturday evening. They then discovered the actor in his driveway at around 1am. No other vehicles are thought to have been involved and the cause of death is being reported as accidental. Jenny Houser, a spokesperson for the LAPD, told the The Hollywood Reporter: “It appears he momentarily exited his car and it rolled backward, causing trauma that led to his death.” Yelchin was an actor whose stock-in-trade was sweetness and even naiveté: his career began young, in small films and TV series, before he broke out in 2006 with crime thriller Alpha Dog and the following year as Robert Downey Jr’s troubled pupil in Charlie Bartlett. In 2011, he starred opposite Felicity Jones in Like Crazy – the transatlantic romance which won both audience and jury awards at the Sundance film festival, as well as playing Mel Gibson’s son in Jodie Foster’s The Beaver, released the same year. But it was as mathematical brainbox Pavel Chekov in the new set of Star Trek films that Yelchin first came to mainstream attention. In JJ Abrams’ critically and commercially successful 2009 Star Trek, and the 2013 followup, the actor won acclaim for an innocence and humour that characterised many of his roles. A third film, Star Trek: Beyond, is due out in July. Paramount Pictures, the studio behind the franchise, said that they joined “the world in morning the untimely passing of Antony Yelchin. As a member of the Star Trek family, he was beloved by so many and he will missed by all. We share our deepest condolences with his mother, father and family.” His Star Trek co-star, John Cho, tweeted that he was “in ruins” at the news of Yelchin’s death. Despite his age, Yelchin had managed to carve out a career which balanced blockbusters with credible independent movies. Speaking to the Guardian in 2009 to promote blockbuster Terminator Salvation, Yelchin said: “What I watch and what I work on are different.” Anton Yelchin: 'This is a Terminator movie – we're gonna have a good time' His own taste veered more towards the films of directors such as Michael Haneke, Lars von Trier and Pedro Almodovar, as well as Martin Scorsese and Jim Jarmusch, in whose 2013 vampire romance Only Lovers Left Alive Yelchin went on to take a role. Earlier this year, he won much acclaim for his role in ensemble horror Green Room. An only child, Yelchin was born in Russia in 1989. His parents were professional figure skaters who moved the family to the United States when Yelchin was a baby. Yelchin’s family has requested privacy at this time. Tributes to the actor began appearing on Twitter shortly after reports broke. Anna Kendrick called his death a “huge loss” while Matt Lucas called it “dreadful news” and Kevin Smith described it as “so damn sad”. Like Crazy director Drake Doremus has also shared his memories of working with Yelchin. “Anton was one of a kind,” he told Variety. “Such an old soul who was one of the most sincere but also funniest people I have ever met. Anton changed my life in so many ways and I’ll never forget him.” Amongst Yelchin’s upcoming projects was Baseballissimo, a sports comedy set in Italy during the second world war. Its writer and Yelchin’s co-star, Jay Baruchel, wrote of his shock and sadness over the sudden loss of someone he “call[ed] my friend for the better part of the last decade”. Yelchin was also due to take a voice part in Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming TV series Trollhunters. The director said the actor was “a great creative partner and artist.”
  15. Yeah, that about sums it up perfectly. The show was solidly good but nothing overly great by NXT Takeover standards (which still puts it miles ahead of the average WWE PPV). Best match of the night was probably The Revival vs American Alpha with Nakamura vs Aries close behind it. The crowd was very odd for an NXT Takeover event and didn't seem into it at all. A lot of dead spots and not much cheering.