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The W - Pro Wrestling - ECW #92 3/11/08
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Mr Shh
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.86
Wanna wrestle for a World Championship at WM 24? Here's how YOU can do it:

1) Win the 30 man Royal Rumble OR
2) Win one of the two 6 man Elimination Chambers matches OR
3) Win the 8 man Money in the Bank ladder match (and cash in your shot the same night) OR
4) Win the 24 man Battle Royal at WM 24

This is slightly ridiculous.

Poor Estrada. If I was in charge, I would have complained about having a "brand superiority" match at WM without an ECW rep (which would have been Big Daddy V, natch). In the end we'll be better off that he didn't, but the poor guy just has no purpose whatsoever.

Kofi Kingston is fun to watch.

The tag title match was fun as well. Morrison's garbage can moonsault was pretty sick. When they showed the replay from last week of Delaney getting the chair, I thought of the coolest spot ever...How great would it have been had Delaney demanded the timekeeper get out of the chair only for the timekeeper to not move and laugh at Colin? It's not like Colin would have been able to push the timekeeper off.
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.48
That title match was totally awesome. I dug the simultaneous top rope Dreamer-superplex-on-Miz and Delaney-powerbomb-on-Morrison, and the double-chokeslam-through-table finish.

Stevie Richards has now officially been relegated to JTTS once again. Thanks for showing up, hope you enjoyed the squash.

What do they do now with Colin Delaney? Regardless of his skill in the ring (and he definitely showed some last night), there doesn't really seem to be a point to him unless he takes some time off to bulk up considerably.

(edited by sentonBOMB on 12.3.08 1239)
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#3 Posted on
    Originally posted by sentonBOMB
    That title match was totally awesome. I dug the simultaneous top rope Dreamer-superplex-on-Miz and Delaney-powerbomb-on-Morrison, and the double-chokeslam-through-table finish.



    Stevie Richards has now officially been relegated to JTTS once again. Thanks for showing up, hope you enjoyed the squash.



    What do they do now with Colin Delaney? Regardless of his skill in the ring (and he definitely showed some last night), there doesn't really seem to be a point to him unless he takes some time off to bulk up considerably.

    (edited by sentonBOMB on 12.3.08 1239)


But he's a JTTS with a FEUD~!

Yeah, no clue what they can do with Delaney after the Whipwreck/Spike 2.0 charm wears off. But I like what I'm seeing with him so far.

As far as the battle royal goes... meh. I'd have rather they unified the tag belts or something, since the Raw ones don't seem to matter.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.60
    Originally posted by sentonBOMB
    What do they do now with Colin Delaney? Regardless of his skill in the ring (and he definitely showed some last night), there doesn't really seem to be a point to him unless he takes some time off to bulk up considerably.


Well, I think the Delaney train can be ridden a little while longer for now, at least. I say ride it until it starts to get old and then give him some time off to at least develop some kind of cruiserweight build. That way he's still an underdog and besides, he'll never be "a body" without steroids, given what nature has apparently handed him for genetics, so he should just aim for "not really, really skinny." Then he can come back and we can have "Colin Delaney, the Lovable Feeb: Round 2 . . . THIS TIME HE ACTUALLY HAS A CHANCE . . . KIND OF!"

Kofi Kingston has the natural charisma of Tajiri and the athletecism of Shelton Benjamin. I like. I like a lot.

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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.48
    Originally posted by BendyStraws
    Kofi Kingston has the natural charisma of Tajiri and the athletecism of Shelton Benjamin. I like. I like a lot.


At first I really couldn't get into Kofi, but he's growing on me.
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.00
    Originally posted by sentonBOMB
      Originally posted by BendyStraws
      Kofi Kingston has the natural charisma of Tajiri and the athletecism of Shelton Benjamin. I like. I like a lot.


    At first I really couldn't get into Kofi, but he's growing on me.


He's OK but his music is just god awful.



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