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Kawshen
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#1 Posted on
I'm serious. When was the last time this guy won a match? I don't recall the man winning a thing in the last two months or so.

I think since Vengeance he's won only like 1 or 2. The submission victory over Jericho before the Rumble -- but that's about it.

Highest payed jobber in wrestling.

(edited by Kawshen on 5.2.02 1838)




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Well, that is really a sign of how over Rocky is and the fact that he's not letting it completely corrupt him.. because he _can_ lose week in and week out and still be as over as he is.. and he's willing to say 'hey, I'll lose, won't hurt me, will help him' which is good for the business.. as much as I can complain about him in the ring, he's honestly not been in the business the length of anyone who absolutely kicks ass other than Angle.. who is just the man.. and he's learning..
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#3 Posted on
The Rock (5-3)

Jan 3 (SD!) - Def. Booker T. by pinfall 1-0
Jan 7 (RAW) - Def. (w/Austin) Booker T & Bossman by pinfall 2-0
Jan 10 (SD!) - Def. (w/RVD) Chris Jericho & Test by submission 3-0
Jan 20 (PPV) - Lost to Chris Jericho by pinfall (WWF Title Match) 3-1
Jan 21 (RAW) - Def. (w/HHH) Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle by pinfall 4-1
Jan 24 (SD!) - Lost to Kurt Angle by pinfall 4-2
Jan 31 (SD!) - Def. (w/HHH) Kurt Angle & Undertaker by DQ 5-2
Feb 4 (RAW) - Lost (w/Austin) to Jericho & The Undertaker by pinfall 5-3

His only singles pinfall victory was again (not surprisingly) Booker.



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#4 Posted on
hahaha. I was gonna go look this up, but you beat me to it. Bravo, Shane.



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#5 Posted on
The Rock is probably one of my least favorite wrestlers, but I have to give him credit for being willing to job.
Can't think of too many others that are at his level of popularity who do that as much as he does.



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#6 Posted on
Austin generally will when the situation calls for it. Unless his opponent is named Billy Gunn.

Can't say I blame Austin much there.



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Don't forget Jeff Jarrett. Austin won't even work with him.



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The Rock is probably one of my least favorite wrestlers, but I have to give him credit for being willing to job.

Yeah, he jobbed at the WM Main Event three years in a row.




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It's all good if he's still perceived as main event and can job all he wants. Plus I prefer Rock like this as opposed to when he had to win all the time. I mean he put the crossface (really crappily) on Benoit for a victory for Pete's sake. That's just so wrong, man!



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Since: 21.1.02
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Say what?

I don't remember Benoit ever submitting to the Rock's version of the Crossface. He may have tapped to it while the ref wasn't watching, but I don't recall him losing to it.

I could be wrong though.



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Did I imagine that then? I could've sworn that it happened, but I may have been drunk or something. What was that PPV when Benoit won the title but Foley overruled it? Was it then? I may be confusing a house show with something meaningful, perhaps. Honestly, I really do hope I imagined it.



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After Foley restarted the match, Rock won with the Rock Bottom.

Trust me, I was there. Benoit was in the crossface before, but did not tap. The ref called for the bell, and everyone thought he did, but the ref was in actuality disqualifying the Rock after the ref got nailed with the chair (by Shane), turned around, and saw Rock with the chair. As per stipulations, the DQ loss gave Benoit the title. The Foley had to mess everything up.

Foley sucks.



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Ah, yes, that sounds better. Beleive me, I'll die a happy man if I can convince myself Benoit never tapped to Rock's crappier crossface. Now you refresh my brain, I remember that PPV (relatively) clearly. I have rarely been as pissed at a worked sport as I was when Foley fucked up Benoit's chance at being champion. Bastard.



"Nobody enjoys a good time more than I do, but this business of yours is as legitimate as a three-legged donkey...which of course is illegitimate because as we all know donkeys have four legs."

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I was beyond pissed at that. I remember being so ecstatic when I heard that Benoit had won the WCW World Heavyweight Title in January 2000, but I never got to see him carry the belt out on live TV.

Benoit won the title-- twice, actually-- and both times, Foley overruled it. After that, I never, ever liked Mick Foley, despite what everyone else thinks about him.

Getting back on topic...

Yeah, The Rock is 5-3 since Vengeance, but how many of those three losses were clean? Can anyone remember the last time The Rock lost, and it wasn't due to outside interference, use of a weapon or some other kinda screwjob?

You'll probably have to go farther back in history than just a few months' worth.



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Well, I'd hardly count exposed turnbuckles as a weapon, as it is simply part of the ring structure, so I'll go with the easy one, and say Jericho over Rocky at Royal Rumble.

Then again, I also don't equate cheap heel tactics with screwjobs. And yes, There was a LCRI, and Nick Patrick in the match, but they didn't figure much into Rock actually losing. Just into him not winning.



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Nah, when they expose the turnbuckles, that's considered an Evil Heel Tactic, designed as the equivalent of smacking any other metal object into an opponent's head.

But can you remember the last time The Rock actually lost, and there were no cheap heel tactics, screwjobs, run-ins, or crooked referees? One might even have to go back to the last time he was a heel, I would think.

Or maybe not. Who knows?

And that, as they say, is that.



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Does a distraction count? I remember Rhyno pinning him with the Gore in a tag match, but I can't remember if it was a mere distraction by a heel outside the ring, or something else.

I also remember Taker pinning Rock with the Last Ride when Rock was WWF champion (face vs face), but again, not if any outside circumstances were involved.



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Ooooh, good one about The Undertaker, Raptor. I'd forgotten that. I don't know if it was cleanly or not, although I think it might have been. I'll have to research.



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Can anyone remember the last time a WWF face lost clean against a heel? I really cannot remember such a time since HHH was a heel. Is this what the new era is going to offer? I hope not. In the words of the great one: (please) prove me wrong.



"Nobody enjoys a good time more than I do, but this business of yours is as legitimate as a three-legged donkey...which of course is illegitimate because as we all know donkeys have four legs."

Lance Storm, 21st January 2002.
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#20 Posted on
You answered it. Benoit, pinned by Austin after "injuring himself" giving Jericho a back suplex off the second rope at King of the Ring.

And that's just off the very top of my head.



No matter how bad things may get, just imagine what would happen if Vince Russo was booking again, and you will feel better.
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SPOILER: according to 411 wrestling.com, Rock will win the triple threat match on Sunday, and face Brock Lesnar at Summerslam. On the September issue of WWE Magazine, the cover features a picture of Rock vs Brock.
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