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#1 Posted on 31.1.02 1324.23
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Easy E was in that little movie on RAW, Is he on the NWO ship to WWF too? How about Luger and Jarrett?



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#2 Posted on 31.1.02 1327.35
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HIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHly unlikely.



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#3 Posted on 31.1.02 1445.43
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How about Luger

Why? Lex Luger hasn't been worth ANYTHING in nearly five years now - his last run being when he was chasing Hogan for the title before his contract came up.

He was nothing in the nWo. His joining after Nash losing the title to Hogan was it. After that - he did nothing as a member.

Lex Luger can sit at home, thanks. Maybe in 10 years when they do another gimmick battle royal, we can haul out the Narcissist.




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#4 Posted on 1.2.02 0107.06
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    Originally posted by CajunMan
    Easy E was in that little movie on RAW, Is he on the NWO ship to WWF too? How about Luger and Jarrett?



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I guess they showed him just because he IS part of the whole history. I don't think he is needed.

Would be kinda funny to have him ride out on a bike and then Vince going after him. But that would be unrelated to any nWo stuff

Luger? Not needed.
Jarrett? I hope so. I am not however getting my hopes up.
I can see Vince consider JJ someone 'who puts himself before the company' too, with the way he left and stuff.



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#5 Posted on 1.2.02 0121.39
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I can see Vince consider JJ someone 'who puts himself before the company'

He won't bring in Jarrett for "putting himself before the company", yet he brings the likes of Nash and Hogan, and maybe Michaels back? That's a bit hypocritical of him, eh?

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#6 Posted on 1.2.02 0237.12
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If McMahon was smart he'd try and bring in Uncle Eric. Imagine the NWO turning on Vine and bringing in Bischoff. Every WWF fan, from 8 year old kid to 20 year old jaded smart would become emotionally involved in the angle because EVERYONE HATES BISCHOFF. It's a proven fact. They could make HUGE money this way and could even headline a ppv with vince vs eric and people would pay. The only problem is would Eric's ego allow Vince to win at the end and how would Eric fit in as "one of the boys"?
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#7 Posted on 1.2.02 0404.17
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    Originally posted by The Masked Hungarian
    If McMahon was smart he'd try and bring in Uncle Eric. Imagine the NWO turning on Vine and bringing in Bischoff. Every WWF fan, from 8 year old kid to 20 year old jaded smart would become emotionally involved in the angle because EVERYONE HATES BISCHOFF. It's a proven fact. They could make HUGE money this way and could even headline a ppv with vince vs eric and people would pay. The only problem is would Eric's ego allow Vince to win at the end and how would Eric fit in as "one of the boys"?


Err..would Eric have a choice?
I don't see it as 'would his ego allow Vince to win' but as 'how much begging does he have to do to before Vince allows him to get some offense in'.
And yes, everybody hates Bischoff. But doesn't people hate Vince too? I bet more wwf fans hate Vince than Bischoff just because some might not know Eric..




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#8 Posted on 1.2.02 0421.56
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    Originally posted by flaming mo
    I can see Vince consider JJ someone 'who puts himself before the company'

    He won't bring in Jarrett for "putting himself before the company", yet he brings the likes of Nash and Hogan, and maybe Michaels back? That's a bit hypocritical of him, eh?

    (edited by flaming mo on 31.1.02 2322)



Of course the difference being that Hogan, Hall, and Nash are proven ratings draws and Jarrett isn't.



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#9 Posted on 1.2.02 0558.00
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Vince McMahon vs. Eric Bischoff.

Yeah, I wonder who would win that match.

Heck, I wonder how many times Bischoff would be kicked in the nuts with a barbed-wire combat boot before being allowed to get in any offense.

Actually, come to think of it... I wouldn't mind seeing Bischoff get kicked in the nuts with a barbed-wire combat boot.



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#10 Posted on 1.2.02 0915.25
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Daniel Son, you forget that Bischoff is KARATE MASTUH.



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#11 Posted on 1.2.02 0919.20
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*laugh* I had images of Bischoff using the Wax-On, Wax-Off blocking during a series of Vince punches.. and nearly fell out of my seat laughing..

But honestly.. I think that Easy E could help the nWo a lot.. but preferably as Vince's lackey.. keep going with the "Vince has lost it completely" angle, and have the nWo bring in Eric to rule the WWF using Vince as a puppet.. eventually Vince gets back his senses, instant fued.. and I think it'd work out pretty well..
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#12 Posted on 1.2.02 0926.30
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Sure, you say you want Uncle Eric NOW, but as soon as the little grey and black jackass starts spinning down the aisle with his stupid airplane spins, I'm willing to guarantee the majority of you will eat your words before he can even tell you how much he loves each and every one of you.
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#13 Posted on 1.2.02 0933.44
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Nah.. I honestly did for the most part enjoy Eric prior to the New Blood era.. he kind of lost me there, but I think thats because WCW as a whole lost me there.. he had the role of cocky arrogant manager/owner type guy down, and he was a decent promo..

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#14 Posted on 1.2.02 1032.13
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Okay, a couple of things:

First, I think having Jeff Jarrett back in the company would be cool, and even if he isn't a proven ratings draw, he's good on the mic and in the ring. Now that begs the question, Does JJ even want back in the WWF?

Next, Bischoff can stay at home for all I care. Vince, Hogan, Nash and Hall are four evil guys who can't wrestle. That's quite enough in one stable for me, thank you. Oh, and is it just me or did Vince blow the whole "I'm Crazy!" thing last night? He sure was acting sane with his lawyers.

Last thing: I'd love to see JJ, Rey Rey, and whole hell of a lot of other guys in the fed, but I think they really need to wait until after the split. The roster is jam-packed enough as it is. Space out those "Must See TV" moments and save them to buy you ratings later. Just my two cents.


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#15 Posted on 1.2.02 1123.50
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Of course the difference being that Hogan, Hall, and Nash are proven ratings draws and Jarrett isn't.

Yep, they sure were GETTING THA RATINGZ those last few years in WCW, weren't they. They WERE proven draws, key word WERE.
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#16 Posted on 1.2.02 1128.19
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everybody hates eric... so why not bring him in too see him finally get his in the end too?... the wwf is looking for a reaction... and eric returning would definitely give the nWo more of a heel look



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#17 Posted on 1.2.02 1245.18
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Remember, when it comes to bad WCW bookers...

Eric jobbed to Flair, center of the ring, clean as a sheet, not only losing the WCW presidency but also some of his hair.

Vinny Ru beat Flair, took his hair, and retired him.

I've got no beef if they bring Eric back to run the nWo.



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#18 Posted on 1.2.02 1307.19
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I'm pretty sure I don't want to see Eric back. Besides, to Eric, wouldn't it be awfully humiliating going to the guy for work that sort of got you fired in the first place? He would sort-of be at the mercy of Vince's real-life ego, and we all know how messy that could be. Eric in the nWo (when Vince is the one bringing them in) would be overloading things, I think.

As far as Lex Luger goes, just as a side note to a previous post, one of the few successes of the Vince Russo era was the spineless Lex Luger character, and to be honest, that didn't take a whole lot of imagination. I think that was the only time I ever liked the guy.



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#19 Posted on 1.2.02 1411.55
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I'd LOVE to see Bischoff come back. The only problem with his arrogant jag-off routine was that since he ran the place there was no one around to keep him from going way over the line into self-indulgence. Could say the same for the whole NWO thing to some degree. I think Bischoff is just what they need to guarantee pure raw heel heat for the NWO. Especially if Vince is smart and lets Flair lead the charge for the WWF side instead of himself (after the almost inevitable NWO betrayal). You can play then off of the many many lingering issues between that group of people.



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#20 Posted on 1.2.02 1543.22
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Oh no . . . Eric Bischoff. I had forgotten about him.

There's a Bischoff Road where I live and every time I drive by it I just shake my head.

As much as I don't want to see him on my tv, I have to agree with some people who've already posted their approval of him coming back. It is a surefire way of getting the NWO some heel heat. But then again, that heat could somehow backfire and turn into X-Pac or Bossman heat and that could screw up things slightly. We'll see. We're all guaranteed some kind of ride as this angle progresses.
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