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  1. I really enjoyed the Jurassic Express/Inner Circle segment. Luchasaurus and Sammy Guevara had a great match that highlighted both their strengths, wasn’t too long, didn’t have loads of near falls and had the right result. I liked the little twist on “Inner Circle runs in for a non-finish” by them not getting there in time. The brawl afterwards was great, the crowd were really into it, and I’m looking forward a lot to the 10 Minute Challenge next week. Job done. Oh, and Jericho was excellent on commentary, made everyone sound good. I enjoyed he and JR taking advantage of Excalibur not being there to really put over Jungle Boy as Hollywood royalty Jack Perry. That is your story, AEW, use it! The rest of the show I could give or take, though I thought Omega looked better than he has in a while.
  2. With the New Day's DQ win on this week's show, it means it's time for an update... DOLPH ZIGGLER VS. KOFI KINGSTON: THE COMPLETE SAGA (according to Online World Of Wrestling) 1. October 2, 2009 – A Decade of SmackDown: Mike “The Miz” Mizanin and Dolph Ziggler defeated Kofi Kingston and John Morrison. 2. November 23, 2009 – RAW: Kofi Kingston (RAW) defeated Dolph Ziggler (SmackDown) in a Breakthrough Battle Royal Qualifier 3. March 26, 2010 – WWE SmackDown: SmackDown w/ Dolph defeated RAW w/ Kofi in a Money in the Bank Preview 10-Man Tag Team Match 4. March 28, 2010 – WrestleMania 26: Jack Swagger won the 10-Man Money in the Bank Ladder match to earn a title shot any time 5. May 7, 2010 – SmackDown: Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler in an Intercontinental Title Tournament Semi-Final Match. 6. June 25, 2010 – SmackDown: Christian and MVP and Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler and Vance Archer and Curt Hawkins. 7. July 2, 2010 – SmackDown: WWE Intercontinental champion Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero. 8. July 18, 2010 – Money in the Bank: Kane won the SD! Money in the Bank Ladder match to earn a World Heavyweight title match. 9. July 23, 2010 – SmackDown: Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero defeated WWE Intercontinental champion Kofi Kingston in a Non-title match 10. July 30, 2010 – SmackDown: Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero defeated WWE Intercontinental champion Kofi Kingston by disqualification 11. August 6, 2010 – SmackDown: Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero defeated Kofi Kingston to win the WWE Intercontinental title 12. August 15, 2010 – SummerSlam: WWE Intercontinental champion Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero vs. Kofi Kingston ended in a No Contest 13. August 20, 2010 – SmackDown: Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler by disqualification when Vickie Guerrero pushed Kofi off the top rope 14. August 27, 2010 – SmackDown: Kofi Kingston defeated WWE Intercontinental champion Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero by countout 15. September 10, 2010 – SmackDown: Kofi Kingston and Chris Masters defeated Dolph Ziggler and Chavo Guerrero (w/Vickie and Kaitlyn) 16. September 19, 2010 – Night of Champions: Dolph Ziggler (w/Vickie Guerrero and Kaitlyn) defeated Kori Kingston to retain the WWE Intercontinental title 17. December 13, 2010 – The Slammy Awards: Kofi Kingston and Daniel Bryan defeated Dolph Ziggler (w/Vickie) and Ted DiBiase (w/Maryse) 18. December 10, 2010 – SmackDown: Kofi Kingston defeated WWE Intercontinental champion Dolph Ziggler by disqualification after interference by Jack Swagger 19. December 17, 2010 – SmackDown: Kofi Kingston and Kaval defeated Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero 20. December 18, 2010 – WWE Tribute to the Troops: Kofi Kingston and The Big Show defeated Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler 21. December 19, 2010 – TLC PPV: Dolph Ziggler beat Kofi Kingston and Jack Swagger in a 3-WAY Ladder Match to retain the WWE Intercontinental title 22. December 31, 2010 – SmackDown: Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero beat Kofi Kingston and Jack Swagger in a 3-WAY to retain the Intercontinental title 23. January 7, 2011 – SmackDown: Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler w/Vickie Guerrero to win the WWE Intercontinental title 24. Vickie Guerrero booked an immediate rematch; Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler to retain the WWE Intercontinental title 25. May 30, 2011 – RAW: Dolph Ziggler defeated U.S. Champion Kofi Kingston in a non-title match 26. June 13, 2011 – RAW: U.S. Champion Kofi Kingston and Evan Bourne defeated Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger 27. June 19, 2011 – WWE Capitol Punishment: Dolph Ziggler defeated Kofi Kingston by submission to win the United States title 28. June 20, 2011 – RAW: Kofi Kingston defeated WWE United States champion Dolph Ziggler by disqualification in a 2/3 Falls Match 29. June 27, 2011 – RAW: Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler in a Non-title Players Choice Match with Vickie banned 30. October 3, 2011 – RAW: John Cena, CM Punk, Sheamus, Kofi Kingston, Mason Ryan and Evan Bourne defeated Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger, Cody Rhodes, Christian and David Otunga. 31. October 7, 2011 – SmackDown: U.S. Champion Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston and Evan Bourne in a non-title match 32. October 10, 2011 – RAW: Kofi Kingston, Evan Bourne and Mason Ryan defeated David Otunga, Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger 33. October 14, 2011 – SmackDown: Kofi Kingston and Zack Ryder defeated U.S. Champion Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger 34. February 6, 2012 – RAW: Chris Jericho defeated WWE Champion CM Punk, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, R-Truth and Kofi Kingston in a 6 pack non-title match 35. February 19, 2012 – Elimination Chamber: WWE Champion CM Punk defeated Dolph Ziggler, Chris Jericho, The Miz, R-Truth, Kofi Kingston in the elimination chamber match to retain the title. 36. February 21, 2012 – SmackDown: Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger defeated Kofi Kingston and R-Truth 37. February 27, 2012 – RAW: WWE Tag Team Champions Epico and Primo Colon defeated Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger and Kofi Kingston and R-Truth in a 3-way tag team match to retain the titles 38. March 19, 2012 – RAW: Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger defeated R-Truth and Kofi Kingston 39. April 1, 2012 – Wrestlemania 28: Team Johnny (Mark Henry, David Otunga, Dolph Ziggler, Christian, The Miz, and Jack Swagger) defeated Team Teddy (Santino Marella, Kofi Kingston, R-Tuth, Zack Ryder, Great Khali, and Booker T) to give John Laurinaitis full control of WWE television 40. May 7, 2012 – RAW: Dolph Ziggler defeated Kofi Kingston. 41. May 14, 2012 – RAW: WWE Tag Team Champions R-Truth and Kofi Kingston and Brodus Clay defeated The Miz, Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger 42. May 20, 2012 – Over The Limit: WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston and R-Truth defeated Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger to retain the titles 43. May 28, 2012 – RAW: WTC Kofi Kingston and R-Truth defeated Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler to retain 44. September 24, 2012 – RAW: Dolph Ziggler defeated Kofi Kingston by pin fall. Before the match both R-Truth and Vickie Guerrero were sent to the back 45. November 12, 2012 – RAW: Alberto Del Rio and Dolph Ziggler defeated I.C. Champion Kofi Kingston and Randy Orton 46. November 18, 2012 – Survivor Series: Alberto Del Rio, Damien Sandow, David Otunga, Dolph Ziggler, and Wade Barrett defeated Kane, Daniel Bryan, Kofi Kingston, The Miz, and Randy Orton in the traditional Survivor Series match. Dolph Ziggler was the sole survivor. 47. February 17, 2013 – Elimination Chamber: Dolph Ziggler defeated Kofi Kingston 48. March 18, 2013 – RAW: Dolph Ziggler defeated Kofi Kingston. 49. March 22, 2013 – SmackDown: Dolph Ziggler defeated Kofi Kingston 50. April 29, 2013 – RAW: WWE world heavyweight champion Dolph Ziggler defeated WWE United States champion Kofi Kingston in a non-title match 51. June 29, 2014 – Money in the Bank: Seth Rollins defeated Dean Ambrose, Jack Swagger, Rob Van Dam, Kofi Kingston, and Dolph Ziggler in a “Money in the Bank” ladder match to win the championship contract 52. June 1, 2015 – RAW: Dolph Ziggler defeated Kofi Kingston. 53. June 14, 2015 – Money in the Bank: Sheamus defeated Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, Neville, Kane, Dolph Ziggler, and Kofi Kingston in a “Money in a Bank” ladder match 54. September 21, 2015 – RAW: WWE tag team champions the New Day and Rusev defeated Dolph Ziggler and the Dudley Boyz in a 6-man tag team match 55. January 7, 2016 – SmackDown: Dolph Ziggler, Neville, Goldust, and R-Truth defeated The Miz and the WWE tag team champions the New Day in an 8-man tag team match 56. January 21, 2016 – SmackDown: Dolph Ziggler and the Usos defeated WWE tag team champions the New Day in a 6-man tag team match 57. January 28, 2016 – SmackDown: The Usos, Dolph Ziggler, and Titus O’Neil defeated WWE tag team champions the New Day and the Miz in an 8-man tag team match 58. June 7, 2019 – WWE Super ShowDown: Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler to retain the WWE title 59. June 11, 2019 – SmackDown Live: The New Day defeated Dolph Ziggler, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn 60. June 23, 2019 - WWE Stomping Grounds: Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler in a Steel Cage match to retain the WWE title 61. June 25, 2019 - SmackDown Live: Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler in a Two Out Of Three Falls match to retain the WWE title 62. October 25, 2019 - SmackDown Live: Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode defeated Kofi Kingston & Big E. 63. December 13, 2019 - SmackDown: Kofi Kingston & Big E defeated Dolph Ziggler & King Corbin by DQ. Thanks to the DQ win, Kofi has now levelled their series at 28-28 with 7 additional non-finishes.
  3. Same. Thursday was almost set in stone as my 'wrestling night'. I'd finish work, and it'd be NXT, 205 Live, and NXT UK, though not always in that order. Since they've changed up when NXT appears on the Network - I have no idea any more either - I haven't managed to get back into a routine. Usually I'll have caught up by Saturday lunchtime. As for the other two, since NXT has moved about I've found it harder to find time for them too. I haven't seen last week's yet, and as someone who up until now has never missed an episode of 205 Live in three years for god knows what reason, may be a clear sign I've given up. The two-hour format of current NXT doesn't help. When it was one hour, it was an easy watch. Now it's ... not a chore, exactly, but it feels like a proper commitment and not something that I can watch to kill half an hour. Not that they've made that any easier since they changed the 'skip 30 seconds' button on the Network to 'skip 10 seconds, but only after you've watched a couple of seconds, or we'll just start it from the same point again'. That 30 seconds button shaved precious minutes off my watch. Get someone in a rest hold? Skip 30 seconds, you're straight into the comeback*. Everyone's down after the dives? Skip 30 seconds, they're getting back to their feet. WWE advert? Skip 30 seconds, it's done. I could do NXT in half an hour, I could do 205 in 15 minutes if I needed to (nobody is ever watching an Ariya Daivari match in full). The 10 second option plus buffering means it almost takes as much time to skim as to watch the thing in full. Also likewise, Dynamite is the only thing I watch on ITV Hub. When it launched and proclaimed it'd be uploaded on Thursdays at 7pm, I thought, great, that can take the 'NXT slot' in my viewing habits. I should have known not to trust that, because I don't think it's ever been there on a Thursday evening. Again, I'll usually get it watched by Saturday lunchtime, which normally makes me the last person in the AEW thread each week. However, I do have to actively remember it's there. I try to have seen that week's AEW Dark before I start Dynamite, but since those shows have started creeping up to over an hour, I might have to knock that one on the head as well. For PPVs, I watch all the Takeovers, and I'll watch all the RAW/SD ones as well, but I am likely to skim as much as I can. If a PPV takes me more than two hours I'll have to split that over multiple days. If I remember it's happened. Is TLC this weekend? I don't watch AEW PPVs. *only for TV matches. When it's a Takeover I watch in full. Not for RAW/SD PPVs though, they're getting skipped.
  4. I admire that even within all the anger, you managed to get a sneaky Love Actually reference in there. With the SNP now pretty much all of Scotland, and Sturgeon already saying she wants another independence vote, how does Johnson’s big new majority affect that? He’s already said he won’t permit it - does the size of the Conservative majority mean there’s no way she’ll get it?
  5. I think I’d struggle with this one, if only for the fact that most of my favourite-ever games are from 2000 onwards and so my list would be pretty similar to the Favourite Ever Games list we had not too long ago.
  6. Deathly dull afternoon so I did some scribbles and predicted what I think will happen at the Royal Rumble. - Daniel Bryan will do a marathon from 1 or 2, lasting a bit over an hour. He'll win. - Joining him in the final 4 will be Aleister Black (#30), Drew McIntyre and Keith Lee. - One of McIntyre's eliminations will be WALTER, who enters as a surprise (NXT get 6 entrants to RAW/Smackers' 12 each). This plants another seed next to the one where he pinned him at Survivors and leads to McIntyre popping to Blackpool for a match in February. - Lee will get a good run, they'll have him eliminate Strowman and do something with Reigns. He'll also get the most eliminations (5). However he will go toe-to-toe with Lashley at one point and this will be the moment Vince loses faith in him because Lashley's physique is much better. - There'll be a comedy R-Truth bit where he enters and immediately eliminates himself to avoid losing the 24/7. None of this will happen. Apart from the Truth bit. But I like over-thinking potential Rumbles. It's such an easy match to book from a storyline point of view, weaving things in and out, setting things up, concluding things, there's no reason for some of them to have been as boring as they have.
  7. It was probably around the time of The Wrestling Channel turning up, suddenly getting so many alternatives to WWE (where 'good' or 'bad' didn't really matter, it was more about the storyline) and then popping online to the TWC Forums and the SmackDown HCTP message boards which made me start thinking about that sort of thing. There was maybe an element of it from having read Mick Foley's book, but that affected the way I thought about how things were put together rather than quality. Then, as now, my favourite matches are ones that (i) do something I've never seen before - like the stunts in TLCII or the counter-counter-counter of RVD vs Lynn at Living Dangerously or the sheer shock of Goldberg vs Lesnar at Survivor Series (ii) have high stakes or high drama, like Taker vs HHH at WM27 or Savage vs Warrior at WM7 or Bret vs Owen in the cage (iii) get me caught up in either the action or the story, suspending my disbelief so I'm watching either as a legitimate athletic contest - Nakamura vs Zayn at Takeover, where I didn't mind who won but was utterly engrossed - or in just caring, wanting my favourite one to win or overcome the odds or just defeat the bad guy - like Michaels vs HHH at Summerslam 2002.
  8. We've always watched until the end of the credits ... I could claim it's because the music playing over them is good, but honestly it's laziness because the controller's too far away.
  9. I could be tempted to do a marathon of watching his PPV matches - there’s bound to be some great ones I haven’t seen before. Rocket Raccoon to induct him please.
  10. The Swedish People’s Party Of Finland?
  11. Thanks for posting that @Onyx2. I’m not into Botchamania at all but that Bohemian Rhapsody video was wonderful.
  12. Saw Jumanji: Next Level tonight. Just as much fun as the first, although I maybe had a few more quibbles with this one, but...
  13. I remember when coming out at number 30 in the Rumble was a big deal. Nia Jax was number 30 this year. That's a pretty clear message from WWE that we're not to put much stock in that anymore.
  14. I would very much like to hear Luchasaurus talk about Eleanor of Aquitaine please AEW. Thank you.
  15. Things I enjoyed this week: - Jaxson Ryker chokeslamming the snot out of a jobber - “Keith Lee finally feeling like a big deal” continuing - Them remembering that great humanising video they did for Hideo Itami and repeating it for Kushida. Also his shorts - Rhea Ripley in general. Things I didn’t enjoy so much: - Pete Dunne. I liked the Cole match but he’s lost a lot of his aura of specialness since he lost the UK Title and it feels a little like they’re scrabbling to get something back. - Kushida in the ring still not being as interesting as he needs to be - The fact that people did or attempted deadlift German Suplexes in THREE different matches this week. STOP. IT. So a positive one overall for me this week.
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