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    Poster of the Year 2008
  • Birthday 04/02/1985

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  1. Supremo

    The Official UKFF RAW Thread...

    I know it’s always scatterbrained and directionless at this time of year, but even so. That opening promo was something else. Your top babyface, likely facing Brock Lesnar for the Title at Wrestlemania, and he’s banging on about ratings, whining that heel tag team The Revival aren’t being pushed enough and then repeatedly going, “Coward! Coward! Coward!” over and over again like an annoying prick. Even if his criticisms of the show are completely accurate, it’s hardly a babyface act to moan like this, is it? They’ve honestly no idea how to write good guys anymore. I think it was by the third repeat of, “Coward!” that I wanted Corbin to slap the microphone out of his hands. On the plus side, Roode and Gable’s matching gear was neat and at least they actually managed to get one over on the heels instead of the constant, endless heat segments we’ve had for months. Apollo got a right handful of Sasha’s crotch, didn’t he? Imagine being the prop guy tasked with sticking a life-size version of a dead bloke on a table. I’d love to know how it’s spoken about backstage. It’s like they live on another planet. I’m assuming they gave away that TLC main event for free because Strowman’s probably squashing Corbin in seconds, unable to do much else with his injury?
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    The Official UKFF RAW Thread...

    Vince McMahon is such a weirdo. He's self aware enough to recognise that the show has been absolute garbage these past few weeks, going as far as to have his top babyface vocalise as much in the opening promo of the show, but then follows it up with more shit involving exploitation of the dead and further usage of a real-life Leukemia diagnosis to get heel heat. It's proper bonkers.
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    TLC - it’s really soon

    It's a good card overall but there's some absolute garbage on the Raw side. Could easily bin off three of those matches. Ambrose is wrestling in a hazmat suit, isn't he?
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    Watching wrestling for the first time

    I was aware of it, and I remember having some WCW toys as a super young kid, but I didn't really pay any attention until we were flicking through the channels one afternoon and Royal Rumble 1996 came on. I was ten years old. Shawn super-kicking Diesel out of the ring was enough to hook me and my brother, so we started following Raw weekly. A big bunch of the kids in my family then stayed up to watch Wrestlemania 12 live. Everyone bar me fell asleep almost immediately. I was completely hooked though. Piper and Goldust smashing fuck out of each other blew my mind. There was no coming back.
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    NJPW World (Streaming Service)

    It looks like a really good card. Ospreay vs. Ibushi is equal parts incredibly exciting and absolutely terrifying. Has there ever been a match where both participants broke their necks?
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    UFC 231: Holloway vs Ortega

    Yeah, easily Fight of the Year. Ortega coming back in Round 3 made it one of my favourite fights ever, but Jesus CHRIST there was no stopping Max. Calling his shot at the start of Round 4, too. What a man. He’s the best.
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    UFC 231: Holloway vs Ortega

    Fucking hell. Max Holloway. One of the greatest performances I've ever seen. Unbelievable. I can't even explain how much I want to see Holloway vs. Khabib, now. Sorry Tony.
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    The Official UKFF RAW Thread...

    I like the angle with Heath Slater being forced to be a ref. I feel like that could lead to a few fun segments and then a big pay-off where he screws Corbin. But then, I thought the Dean Ambrose heel turn was a can't-miss, so what do I know.
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    Billy Corgan buys the NWA

    It’s such a shame how little they managed to capitalise on the momentum they had at All In. Legitimately, that may have been the most I’ve cared about a Championship match in years. Those videos leading up to the match were phenomenal, the weigh-in was truly inspired, those entrances with the, “camps,” made both guys look like the biggest stars in the business and I genuinely cared about who would win. But then it all went back to normal, Aldis got the belt back and is now defending it against guys who wouldn’t even win an opener on Smackdown. I’ve no idea how they could have kept the buzz going, but there’s no denying it fizzled out almost immediately.
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    What happened in 2018?

    Yep.
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    What happened in 2018?

    I’m still disappointed they didn’t write off Broken Matt in some ridiculous way. Never has a character been more suited to get shot to the Moon or something.
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    What happened in 2018?

    Finn Balor squashed Baron Corbin at Summerslam and looked a million dollars doing it. The Johnny Gargano who wrestled Almas in January and the Daniel Bryan who cut that return promo in March...both turned heel.
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    What happened in 2018?

    Paul Heyman teased turning on Brock Lesnar and joining forces with Roman Reigns and they genuinely decided this wasn’t the right direction to go in. Team Hell No reformed to lose their one and only PPV match. Braun Strowman cashed in a Money in the Bank contract in order to have a Hell in a Cell match, ensuring he’d have a fair, one-on-one shot with the champion. He was supposed to be the heel in this scenario. It ended without a winner due to interference. AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura had numerous PPV matches and none of them were particularly memorable, apart from their Wrestlemania match, which was mostly memorable for being disappointing. Camella was Smackdown Women’s Champion, with PPV victories over Charlotte Flair and Asuka.
  14. I’ve not seen the show for a few weeks but I’ve absolutely no problem with Punishment Martinez losing to Matt Riddle. I love Riddle, whereas I’ve never ever seen anything in Martinez. He’s their worst signing in ages.
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    Smackdown Discussion Thread

    Poor Tomasso Ciampa. He was a shoe-in for heel of the year across the board. The last thing anyone would’ve predicted was Daniel Bryan swooping in and stealing it. Unbelievable turn of events.
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