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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.21
Hardy def Nitro. Reviews looks like it was a decent match.

Cryme Tyme beat Cade and Murdoch in final of a tag team turmoil match to earn a shot at the belts.

Kenny beats Ric Flair with low blow.

Mickey James beats Victoria.

Team RKO and DX go to a no finish, with Orton bleeding bad, Edge bleeding, HHH injures his Quad again and HBK seems to have walked away unscathed.

Chris Masters beats Carlito. Who did he piss off?

Cena ends Umaga's streak with what sounded like a bland match.

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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00

    Team RKO and DX go to a no finish, with Orton bleeding bad, Edge bleeding, HHH injures his Quad again and HBK seems to have walked away unscathed.


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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.09
After the cluster---- finish that had me actually laughing because they went to a totally panic to get out of the match.

Even though I realized HHH was in bad shape when he took the worst ever RKO followed by having to give the worst ever Pedigree. Then Orton going to hit HHH during the Pedigree changes direction and out of no where HBK going after the ref.

Well, what does this mean for DX and Team RKO...I guess this sort of puts RAW on the must watch list tomorrow.


Rest the matches were pretty good.
Seriously thought they might have Victoria win. Think they might drag it out a bit longer.

Was pulling for Umaga even it was going to be a Kane reign in the works.

Tag team turmoil was alright.

For what ever reason the place I was watching the PPV at was totally rooting for Nitro in the cage match. Compared to the DX match that was a safer match.

***EDIT***

Oh, one more thing, do I dare mention the utter fact that was Kansas City, MO the Kemper Arena. A place that rings of bad luck for that company.

(edited by jwrestle on 8.1.07 0155)


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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.89
Needless to say, I think this puts an interesting twist in the Rated RKO/DX feud. Sure, DX won the battle at NYR, but I'd like to see Edge and Randy argue having won the war, destroying HHH.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.70
    Originally posted by StaggerLee
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    Kenny beats Ric Flair with low blow. br>



WHO beat Ric Flair? WHAT?? Kenny? *lol*

But of course this is WWE and EVERYBODY can beat Ric Flair!

(And donīt start telling me how great Kenny is - THANKS!)




HHH injured? That brings us to the one big question everybody is asking: Where does this leave VKM and the Million $ Challenge?????????????



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.00
57 year-old men really shouldn't be beating any 20 year-old wrestlers, Tyler, let alone youngsters with the talent and upside of Ken Doane.

Good show. The DX/RKO match was going great guns 'til the injury, which is a real shame. I can't wait to hear the James Gang's bad-taste potshots! I dug the Hell out of Cena/Umaga, though. The monster heel/underdog face booking was superb.



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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.70
    Originally posted by oldschoolhero
    57 year-old men really shouldn't be beating any 20 year-old wrestlers, Tyler, let alone youngsters with the talent and upside of Ken Doane.




Why not? Ric Flair is a legend! Arguably the greatest wrestler of ALL TIME! He can give young guys the rub, but not if you have him lose most of his matches anyway!

And isnīt this the same WWE that couldnīt even put their so called LEGEND KILLER Randy Orton over 104 year old Hulk Hogan?

By the way - When did Hogan ever lay down for a (really) young guy? Rock at Mania - Ok! And Brock! Right, but these two were pushed like crazy before they even faced the Hulk for the first time! At least they were a threat to him!

But Flair has to job to guys like Maven, Rico, Shelton Benjamin, Carlito, the Spirit Squad ....

And WWE didnīt even do anything special with those guys afterwards! It just hurt Flairs legacy! Thatīs all it does!

Flair laying down for a young guy doesnīt mean anything anymore, because he has to do it all the time! Ric Flair is a jobber nowadays! Really! The only 16 plus time World Champion in WWE is treated like a JOBBER!! You CAN NOT do that!

And thereīs a reason they donīt do it with Hulk!

And thereīs a reason Stone Cold doesnīt LET THEM DO IT TO HIM and his legacy! (See Coach at Taboo Tuesday!)



Edit: typo


(edited by Tyler Durden on 8.1.07 1535)


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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.00
What does protecting Flair's legacy, at this point, do for business? Why are you bitching about someone as talented as Ken Doane getting a leg-up from going over him? Ric's spent most of the last fourteen months competing in matches against HHH, Edge, Randy Orton and Mick Foley. Referencing forgotten matches against Rico, Maven and Carlito (the last two of which I'm not even sure he jobbed to) doesn't change that. Putting Doane over for him, at this stage, does something for the younger man's credibility.

Flair willingly jobs to these young guys because he realises that's where he belongs these days. He's nearly 60 years old, for Christ's sake. If he wants to continue being an active competitor-which he does-then laying down for new talent is what he shoud be doing. He doesn't seem to have a problem with it, and neither should you.



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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.13
Is anyone else seeing this ending with Flair as Kenny's manager? Kenny seems to be using a lot of Flair's old tricks, so I can see it as "hey boy, you've used a lot of my tricks, but I got some more ... you can either learn from me or lose to me."
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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.06
except at this point it'd be more like "you can either learn from me or continue to beat me"



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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.19
    Originally posted by Hokienautic
    Is anyone else seeing this ending with Flair as Kenny's manager? Kenny seems to be using a lot of Flair's old tricks, so I can see it as "hey boy, you've used a lot of my tricks, but I got some more ... you can either learn from me or lose to me."


For some time, I've advocated Flair passing the Nature Boy mantle to a young guy. I don't know if Kenny deserves it, but I'd like to see Flair mentor someone.



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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.68
    Originally posted by Hokienautic
    Is anyone else seeing this ending with Flair as Kenny's manager? Kenny seems to be using a lot of Flair's old tricks, so I can see it as "hey boy, you've used a lot of my tricks, but I got some more ... you can either learn from me or lose to me."
A little fantasy booking here...perhaps Flair could merely look for someone to continue his legacy.

"The Nature Boy" Kenny Dykstra. Sounds....odd.



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#13 Posted on
Wow...looks like Chris Masters is getting the push...Cena vs Masters at 'Mania anyone? lol
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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.47
The thing is, Kenny beating Flair repeatedly because Flair is Old and shouldn't beat anyone anymore doesn't help Kenny, because if Flair can't beat anyone anymore then beating him doesn't make you better. If Kenny and Flair have an even feud and Flair is presented as a legend who is still a credible threat, then Kenny gains something by beating that Ric Flair.
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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.70
    Originally posted by oldschoolhero
    What does protecting Flair's legacy, at this point, do for business? Why are you bitching about someone as talented as Ken Doane getting a leg-up from going over him? Ric's spent most of the last fourteen months competing in matches against HHH, Edge, Randy Orton and Mick Foley. Referencing forgotten matches against Rico, Maven and Carlito (the last two of which I'm not even sure he jobbed to) doesn't change that. Putting Doane over for him, at this stage, does something for the younger man's credibility.

    Flair willingly jobs to these young guys because he realises that's where he belongs these days. He's nearly 60 years old, for Christ's sake. If he wants to continue being an active competitor-which he does-then laying down for new talent is what he shoud be doing. He doesn't seem to have a problem with it, and neither should you.



I already explained every problem I have with that in my post (to which you responded), ok?

But Justin Shapiro touches the same subject and wraps it up very nicely in his last post, if you didnīt get my point.


Edit: Also I think Flair does it for the money! If he wouldnīt have to do it, he would stick it to them like Hulk or Austin do, when they are asked to job to nobodys!

(edited by Tyler Durden on 9.1.07 0852)


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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.68
    Originally posted by Tyler Durden
    Also I think Flair does it for the money! If he wouldnīt have to do it, he would stick it to them like Hulk or Austin do, when they are asked to job to nobodys!
I disagree with this statement. I believe Flair stays in it because he truly loves the business, and wants to ply his trade as only he can. Whether it be holding the IC title, being a tag champion, or lying down for the next sensation...it looks like he's having fun out there.



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