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DirkLurker
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Since: 2.1.02
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#1 Posted on
Over the last few things, we've all be privileged to storyline gaps, unfinished angles, etc. Maybe I'm just bitching, but would it be too much to ask for Vinnie Mac and the Hotjob.com writing staff to finish a goddamn story once in a while?

So, I guess what I'm asking for in this thread is every WWF angle (of the last few years) that hasn't had a cohesive ending.

For example, will we ever see and ending to G(D)TV?

Hit me up with some of yours.


Thanks!

Dirk


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Since: 20.1.02
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#2 Posted on
who lifted the briefcase so that Austin couldn't reach it at KotR '99 (and why didn't they lift it again when he finally did grab it)?

A couple of months later on Raw, who dropped the cinder block on Austin's head forcing him out of the number one contender's match?

Why did the New Age Outlaws reform the last time (storylinewise... I know the reason was to cover up Billy Gunn and Road Dogg's inability to wrestle singles matches and to cash in on their popularity as a team)?
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i thought the net assumed the breifcase/cinder block was either bossman or jericho...





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#4 Posted on
Was Jericho even in the WWF back then? I thought he didn't debut for another month.

Bossman meanwhile was "kicked out of the Corporation", and the stip in that match was that no Corp. members could interfere in the match.



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#5 Posted on
Originally posted by The Sham
(and why didn't they lift it again when he finally did grab it



You know, that is probably the best question anyone has asked since I started coming here.



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#6 Posted on
Huh? Didn't the McMahons end up with the briefcase to win the match?

Or is my drunk ass thinking of something different?



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maybe it was Blackman, he was breifly aligned with the mcmahons back then...



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#8 Posted on
Originally posted by Raptor
Huh? Didn't the McMahons end up with the briefcase to win the match?

Or is my drunk ass thinking of something different?



No matter how bad things may get, just imagine what would happen if Vince Russo was booking again, and you will feel better.



Could've been the McMahons that won, I really remember much about that match...probably because I didn't see it. But I did see the results on it afterwards but don't really remember who won.



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#9 Posted on
Well, Austin was the CEO, and Vince and Shane put up their ownership of the company against Austin's position.

I think it's safe to say Vince and Shane won.



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#10 Posted on
Originally posted by Quezzy
Could've been the McMahons that won, I really remember much about that match...probably because I didn't see it. But I did see the results on it afterwards but don't really remember who won.



Okay, THIS post is ALSO a waste of my time.

You and Raptor might want to consider starting your own board. 1/2 ;-)



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#11 Posted on
Well maybe after Vince and nWo run rampant through the WWF for a while and destroy Flair and his group who feuds with the nWO (the Rock, RVD, Angle, and Jericho, forced to work togeter agains the nWo), Flair then bring in his secret weapon....GOLGA!! Then Golga reveals it was HE who is behind GTV and has been ruining everyone's life all these years!

Then at the next show Golga is attacked by a returning Eddie Guerrero who wants revenge because of GTV catching him in the shower, Flair's friends who have joined up with Golga try to save him but that's when Eddie is saved...by the LWO!!

Then Austin makes a return (he was punked out by the nWo when they debuted) and says he has evidence that the Big Bossman pulled up the breifcase in the briefcase ladder match, and since the rules said no Corporation member could interfere that means they were DQed in that match, meaning Stone Cold won Shane and Vince's ownership all those years ago. Which means Vince and Flair no longer own the company. THen Austin reveals that he has some new friends of his own. So at Wrestlemaina this leads to a 5 on 5 on 5 on 5 battle....

Team nWo - Hogan, HHH, Hall, Nash, HBK
Team Flair - Golga, The Rock, Jericho, Angle, RVD
LWO - Eddie Guerrero, Silver King, El Dandy, Psicosis, Juventud
Team Austin - Austin, Maven, Stevie Ray, Jamie "By God" Knoble and Scotty Anton

Man, what a main event that would be.



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#12 Posted on
Originally posted by Quezzy
Originally posted by The Sham
(and why didn't they lift it again when he finally did grab it



You know, that is probably the best question anyone has asked since I started coming here.



I hope you mean it's the best because it made you laugh with how extremely wrong it was. "he" was supposed to refer to Shane, but after rewording the first part of my sentence, the "he" was left referring to Austin. Shane won the match, of course. I submit to mockery.
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