Um.....what the hell is AJ doing?
plz leave slut
Um.....what the hell is AJ doing?
plz leave slut
How well did Haymen deliver his lines. I can see why people hate him he's a really good heel manager. That big show segment was uncomfortable and awkward. It was a good segment.
Last edited by AMES32; 05-15-2012 at 12:17 AM.
That segment got monster heel heat for Johnny. Plus the stips set up Johnny getting the Big Show to help him beat Cena (Show's already fired in storyline) in order to get rehired.
Also I got bonus CM Punk time since he beat Jericho in a dark match after Raw ended. *watches Jade explode in envy*
What ever happened to Farooq?
WWE needs more DAMN!!!
I wouldn't mind seeing Farooq and The Rock start up The Nation of Domination again, now that The Rock is back.
Last edited by Araknyd_Commander; 05-15-2012 at 04:21 PM.
The Rock isn't really back. He showed up for WM and has done nothing since.
I'm watching old raw episodes on youtube
and noticed when stone cold does his entrance and gets into the ring and goes on top of all 4 turnbuckles
He always his shouting something...
i wonder what he's saying
it's funny to think the '90's were 20ish years ago. I loved the Ministry of Darkness storyline with Taker being the puppet master. IMO it was on of his better looks. After the Corporation/ Corporate Ministry angle though, it all went to shit.
But i'm a HUGE Taker fan so he can do no wrong.
Brooke Hogan is going to be joining TNA (not as a wrestler) and will be helping out the females.
Undertaker's Biker gimmick was the beginning of the end of me watching wrestling up until a few months ago
Marshall who is that in your avatar?
If that dude was in my house I'd feel so unsafe.
So I'm going to threadjack a little bit here to talk about a recent find of mine.
It's no secret that the 8 bit era of gaming wasn't great in terms of wrestling games. Yes, there were some gems like Tecmo World Wrestling and Pro Wrestling (A WINNER IS YOU!) that were classics, but the officially licensed games were kind of garbage. WWF games in particular were all kinds of smashed ass, but there was one licensed game that was pretty decent:
That's right, World Championship Wrestling. It was released in 1990, and featured what was for the time a fairly large roster:
It's not a great game by any means, but as far as wrestling games on the NES that feature actual people you've heard of it's not bad. The controls are kind of stiff, but the main complaint most people have is that it's hard as balls. Not in a cheap way, but that level of difficult that only seems to exist in NES games. The game play is pretty straightforward, you pick your guy, choose from a list of moves your guy can perform, and have at it.
As you can see, graphically it's not bad for an 8 bit game. Light years beyond what WWF games at the time were serving up, for sure. There was always one thing that bothered me: The guys in this game didn't seem to have the right moves in the game.
Since when did Ric Flair use a Jumping Neck Breaker Drop? Imagine my surprise years later when I found out the reason why no one has the right move is because FCI (the company who made the game) just went back and copied a wrestling game released in 1988 for the Famicom:
SuperStar Pro Wrestling was the name of the game, and it featured Japanese legends like Giant Baba, Akira Maeda, Bruiser Brody, and Abdullah the Butcher. There was one clever inside joke, the boss of the WCW game was a large masked wrestler named WCW Master who had height and weight in the game very similar to the real life proportions of Andre the Giant. Indeed, the boss of SuperStar Pro Wrestling was Andre, and as it happens WCW Master's mask was very similar to the one worn by the Giant Machine in the WWF. Of course the gag was when the Giant Machine was in the WWF, everyone acted like they didn't know who it could be under the mask when there was only one person it could possibly be given the size. So it can be taken as a wink to the knowing wrestling fan playing the game who this boss guy is supposed to be.
(video of someone on YouTube beating Andre as Vader)
I was able to track down SuperStar Pro Wrestling recently, and it's really a fun game to play. If you played the WCW game as a kid, it's exactly the same control wise, even the music is identical. It's definitely worth tracking down if you have a way of playing Famicom games, or even on an emulator if you prefer that way.
CM Punk....ON SMACKDOWN????
Holy poop, my heart just raced. They need to warn me about this. I am prepared on Mondays because I know he will be on but not on Fridays <3
If I recall correctly, AJ was the diva who dressed up like Kitana. Which, by association, would make this whole awkward AJ/CM Punk thing basically what would happen if Jade met him. Right? That's what I just watched?
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