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kwik Summer sausage Since: 5.9.02 From: Norwich, NY Since last post: 242 days Last activity: 1 day
AIM: # 1 Posted on 10.4.06 1828.00 | Instant Rating: 3.50 http://corporate.wwe.com/news/2006/2006_04_10.jsp List of PPV venues for the rest of the year and part of 2007: SummerSlam this year will be in Boston at the TD Bankworth Garden, Survivor Series in Philadelphia. Taboo Tuesday moves to Sunday and it'll be in Cincinnati. Royal Rumble '07 will be in San Antonio at the SBC Center, and Wrestlemania was already announced at Ford Field in Detroit. SummerSlam '07 will be at MSG, and, wait for it, Survivor Series '07 (aka "Montreal +10"), will be at... The Bell Centre in Montreal. Should we start the "Will Bret show up?" thread now? One Night Stand is also on the tentative calendar for '07, again from the Hammerstein Ballroom. Aside from the Montreal event, Canada also gets Unforgeven in September from Toronto. No other events scheduled at this point for out of the States, but most of 2007 is still "location TBD" For reasons of creative incompetence, this space will be left blank. Advertising opportunities are avaliable though!!! Contact (Number removed due to pending litigation) for details! Promote this thread!
Torchslasher Knackwurst Since: 17.1.02 From: New F'n Jersey Since last post: 15 days Last activity: 5 days # 2 Posted on 10.4.06 2306.33 | Instant Rating: 5.75 Sweet, the Survivor Series is in Philly, and we also get a Supershow in July. I don't know if I'll have the money for SS, but I'll definitely try to make the Raw/Smackdown tapings. Taboo Tuesday on Sunday? They are KILLING the integrity of the event...wait...forget that last part. I just hope for the return of the keyboard entrance mats. Click Here (czwfans.com) For all your CZW and Nickels Trivia information. "Look guys, it's 'Lake Man!' Hope you can fit into our NARROW office, Mr. Big Lake" --MST3K The Collection V. 7 Click Here (myspace.com)
Simba Frankfurter Since: 7.8.02 From: Boston, MA Since last post: 2754 days Last activity: 2362 days # 3 Posted on 11.4.06 0832.52 | Instant Rating: 5.30 I believe Taboo Tuesday is now Cyber Sunday. (Cunday?) Looks like they're setting up Boston or Philly for WM 24. Reserved for future use.
StingArmy Andouille Since: 3.5.03 From: Georgia bred, you can tell by my Hawk jersey Since last post: 47 days Last activity: 25 days # 4 Posted on 11.4.06 1221.38 | Instant Rating: 4.38 Ah, what better opportunity to go to my second PPV (my first being Royal Rumble 2002) than Backlash 2007, in my hometown, on my birthday? No paying for my own tickets this time. Thanks, E! - StingArmy
Mayhem Scrapple Since: 25.4.03 From: Nashville, TN Since last post: 48 days Last activity: 18 hours # 5 Posted on 11.4.06 1459.49 | Instant Rating: 5.88 Great, so now there's no chance of the Montreal '97 incident dying ... Also, where does the recently-revived King of the Ring fit into the schedule? Or will the finals just be held at Judgement Day?
CarlCX Salami Since: 1.5.02 From: California. Since last post: 204 days Last activity: 3 days
AIM: # 6 Posted on 11.4.06 1618.43 | Instant Rating: 6.50 Man, I don't think we've had a pay-per-view at the HP Pavilion since Summerslam 2001. Still my favorite live event, even with Drowning Pool's "Bodies" playing between every freakin' segment.
Jim Smith Goetta Since: 17.10.04 From: Bloomington, IL Since last post: 2549 days Last activity: 1980 days # 7 Posted on 11.4.06 1638.12 | Instant Rating: 6.78
Originally posted by Mayhem Great, so now there's no chance of the Montreal '97 incident dying ... Also, where does the recently-revived King of the Ring fit into the schedule? Or will the finals just be held at Judgement Day? Assuming the winner of the tournament becomes #1 contender (if not, what's the point?) I'd guess the title match would be on Judgement Day rather than the tournament finals.
It was a transitional reign. However, the reason it lasted so long was because it was acting as a conduit to change from one generation to the other.
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