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  1. Silver Vision Memories

    Pretty sure it wasn't a Silvervision release but remember the video they called Off the Top Rope which had a line up of Yokozuna vs. Adam Bomb, British Bulldog vs. Jim Neidhart, Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart (from SummerSlam - fair enough) Lex Luger vs. Tatanka. Crazy stuff.
  2. Smackdown Discussion Thread

    Becky Lynch ideas in the women's promo.
  3. Wrestling Pod Casts / Radio Interviews

    Now I've worked out how to download it (http://dinnerwiththeking.libsyn.com/rss), I've just picked two Lawler shows to have a listen to. The #3 discussng Heel Vince in Memphis and #25 with Bret. Also downloaded the Neal Pruitt one on Colin's say so. Interesting concept. It's called Secrets Of WCW Nitro. http://wcwmondaynitropodcast.libsyn.com/rss
  4. Smackdown Discussion Thread

    Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels would have trouble.
  5. What have you been watching on telly?

    His "character" in this pilot voted in. Oops.
  6. TN-EH? Discussion Thread.

    Someone posted on Twitter the bit of commentary where they pretended Bobby Roode had arrived from NXT. It's absolutely brilliant. It makes them look as stupid and small time as ever but funny none the less.
  7. Smackdown Discussion Thread

    It's a pretty big arena, nearly 20k for Basketball. Do they announce attendances?
  8. Best things to watch on the network?

    The edgier show as an alternative to Raw and SD is the only thing that really interests me. Miss a bit of gritty wrestling. Not sure how it lends itself to sitting alongside the three existing brands but that sort of shiw, with people I've heard of on a format I already subscribe to would be interesting.
  9. Minor news items that don't deserve a thread

    A show I don't like because to me, it's the symbolic point where my favourite year in Wrestling falls off a cliff. The focus shifted to Michaels and DX and barring a few funny moments from their interaction with Slaughter and Austin stunning some non-wrestlers, the last quarter of the year was garbage. ONO itself is a good show, particularly the three big matches, with heat off the charts, but Bulldog dropping the Euro title to Shawn is the end of the Hart Foundation dominated TV and the start of the decline. Until Austin becomes amazing on the Road to WrestleMania.
  10. Smackdown Discussion Thread

    He is. He said he's going to take his title. I fucking hope so. The Juice experiment gets worse by the week.
  11. What have you been watching on telly?

    Watched Rob Beckett's pilot "Static". Genuinely can't remember ever watching anything worse.
  12. I think I've remembered a good one. The fake Razor & Diesel angle was unbelievably shitty but the Jim Ross "shoot" inteview to kick of Razor's "return" was absolutely brilliant. I enjoyed that when I didn't even know everything he said was true.
  13. The Official UKFF RAW Thread...

  14. The Official UKFF RAW Thread...

    Pretty weak go home show. The triple threat tag match and the 6-man IC Title contender looked the highlights. Reigns was much better this weak, getting to say little but point out how Cena is a hypocrite and say he's going to beat his arse. It doesn't need any more than that. Braun throwing Enzo around was fun but that and a pretty tame split screen interview with Lesnar didn't enhance the match. Strowman needs to win the title. Just zero reason to tune in next week if he doesn't. Go to credit Lesnar with one thing though. The Universal title was a joke until Goldberg won it. Shifting it onto Lesnar and having him hold it has really added to it for me. To the point now that it really means something for Strowman to take it.
  15. Stables

    I think WCW and ECW being fucked up is part of what makes 2000 great. You've got the WWF putting on near-perfect TV week after week, until Austin comes back to ruin it, while their competition is imploding. Irritatingly, after years of following WCW and ECW through PowerSlam, mid-1999 was when I finally got Sky, WCW and ECW got home video releases and I discovered tape trading. So I could finally get into both products, just in time for them to be terrible. At the time, I still enjoyed it though. WCW was a car crash. ECW was pushing guys I really liked like Jerry Lynn and Tajiri. So I enjoyed that. In retrospect, it's not pretty though.