Dirty Eddie

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  1. Tremendous post Lister, but I can't get my mind past that UKIP bloke's haircut!
  2. Saucy bitch!
  3. This needs fact-checking for accuracy. Someone call Harold the Ironmonger.
  4. You can't get wound up about Cornette "going back on his word" unless you are the sort that get's annoyed when Hogan talks utter nonsense in interviews as well. They are the same thing, just old carny workers, it's all bullshit! Cornette plays "angry old man" because it gets him interviews, podcast money, bookings and speaking event tours, just like Hogan will say any old shit to get his name out there to shill his latest project. Hopefully, as others have said, they'll use him for some Network stuff. There are plenty great options.
  5. I agree completely. It's funny how people have this idea that "self important, wanker fans" have just popped up in the last decade to ruin the way everyone is "supposed" to enjoy watching wrestling. Were the fans bringing Austin 3:16 signs when he was a dickhead heel being stupid pricks for cheering on a heel? Should they have "stopped ruining the show by trying to show how clever they were"? Should WWE have ignored those fans and stuck to their guns - refusing to turn him face? No, and no! Were the fans at the Rumble in '92 a bunch of self-important smark arseholes for cheering Sid and booing Hogan? "Sid is a heel. If you like him, show him he's doing his job by booing him, you fucking sad smarks"! Or perhaps they were just completely bored shitless of watching more bland, babyface, routine 1980s Hogan stuff when it was 1992 and they wanted big Sid instead Were the NWA fans that boo'd Steamboat and cheered for Flair ruining the show for everyone, or did they just find themselves more entertained by the cocky, charismatic ladies-man than they were by the bland, white-meat, family-man goodie? Fans can cheer or boo whoever the hell they want - it's always been that way. It's up to the promoter to book the story, create engaging rivalries and get the fans working with them. If they can't do that, it's the bookers/wrestlers fault - not the paying customer!
  6. WWE are stubborn dicks. Just turn him heel. They seem to have this mad idea that he can't ever be the Cena level "Top Guy" unless he remains a babyface seemingly forever. It's total bollocks. Steve Austin was bullying Bret Hart's geriatric parents a year before he was the hottest Face on the planet and The Rock was a Main Event Heel before turning and becoming one of the biggest stars ever! Make the most of an already hate-filled crowd and turn him into a SuperCunt!
  7. I've just read through the last few pages of this, catching up on what's going down with TNA and for a couple of those pages I was thinking "Y'know what, I've not watched anything TNA other than the Final Deletion stuff for getting on for 2 years, maybe i'll give them a chance again". Then I read the words "Alberto El Patron" and decided against it. I don't think there is a less entertaining, interesting and exciting supposed "Main Event" guy out there than sodding Bertie. Go away. Forever!
  8. I'd go with Anderson and Larry Zbyszko vs Ricky Steamboat and Dustin Rhodes at Clash of the Champions 17 from November 91. Everyone is awesome in that match. You fell for a trick question - you silly mark! Arn Anderson was always belting. There is no "non belting period" to watch. Just type "Arn Anderson" into the search function and providing he's not in there with utter shit, it'll be a great match! He's a fantastic talent and always watchable, but did he ever have a great match in WWF? I'll just about allow the Survivor Series 1988 tag match although to be fair there were approximately 73 decent workers in that match. Any others? He really didn't have that many matches there that weren't jobber deals, but I personally enjoyed every match The Brainbusters had with Demolition, The Harts and Strike Force. Judging from this listing.. http://www.profightdb.com/wrestlers/arn-anderson-105.html?prom_id=1 He didn't work any singles matches?
  9. A perfectly admirable dream!
  10. If Hogan tries to do the New Day hip gyrations, he'll seize up and keel over like a fallen tree.
  11. Ermm... this thread is for "random/weird/quirky" photos, Mr Lister. Please don't post regular, everyday snaps like this. Shame.
  12. I'd go with Anderson and Larry Zbyszko vs Ricky Steamboat and Dustin Rhodes at Clash of the Champions 17 from November 91. Everyone is awesome in that match. You fell for a trick question - you silly mark! Arn Anderson was always belting. There is no "non belting period" to watch. Just type "Arn Anderson" into the search function and providing he's not in there with utter shit, it'll be a great match!
  13. This whole thing is equal parts sad, hilarious and scary. It's hilarious because (regardless of real-life consequences) the USA actually voting Donald Trump as President is the biggest joke ever written. It's sad because (probably like many on here) I've watched what America does my whole life. From loving WWF and American films/TV as a kid up to traveling across the whole country in my Gap Year - i've always loved the place. What is happening right now is disgraceful! It's scary because this only goes one of two ways: either there is a big push back towards sanity very soon (either the Dems step up and start killing it in smaller elections, or they impeach the nutter) or it's too late and America turns into a fucking nightmare of racial and religious infighting. It genuinely feels like we are all watching a disaster movie play out on TV.
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  15. There have always been wrestlers with shitty genes (or laziness) that meant they had crappy builds - you just need to find the right gear to cover it up. By gear, I mean clothes, by the way, not "get on the gas". Mike Rotunda always looked like crap, hence Vince putting him in a suit as IRS the second time around. Barry Windham was a flabby mess at various points. Dustin Rhodes always had a crappy physique. Jake Roberts looked like he's never lifted a weight in his life. JBL was a flabby git most of the time and even Edge (who looked ripped and lean for much of his run) looked flabby and soft towards the end of his run. If you are good and you get over, it doesn't matter.