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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.71

WWE.com has posted the PPV schedule up to the 2006 Royal Rumble.

http://www.wwe.com/schedules/ppv/

A couple of interesting notes about it:

-The June 12, "TBD" date can only fuel the rumored ECW PPV speculations

-They also have another Taboo Tuesday listed on the schedule. I thought that the inaugural one was a total bust. Does it have anything to do with advertising on their website and the additional number of hits they may have gotten during that time?
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.71
I believe the June 12 show is set in stone to be the ECW PPV from Hammerstein Ballroom at this point.

Boy, another Taboo Tuesday... I just can't fathom how this company could have seen that last one go down and think it is a good idea to do another one.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.25
Thanks for a great season, Pick of the Week fans...see you next year at Planet Magic in Denmark, WI!

Cali's got at least 3 PPVs locked up, and New York State gets 2 in 3 months!? Something tells me Wisconsin ain't'-a-gonna be gettin' one of dem dere TBDs, ya hey.

And SummerSlam from the home of Starrcade. I still say that PPV would work in Lambeau Field...if not for that pesky pre-season football thing. :-)



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...and no PPVs in Canada. That sucks. We always have great crowds for live events.

THe upside is that if there's PPVs in New York, a Raw or SD could occur in Canada.

Well, maybe.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.28
    Originally posted by SOK
    ...and no PPVs in Canada. That sucks. We always have great crowds for live events.

    THe upside is that if there's PPVs in New York, a Raw or SD could occur in Canada.

    Well, maybe.


Somethin-a-tells me that while it may be a cute little gimmick on-screen to portray Canada as "Bizarro Land", Backstage people are probably pretty pissed that Canada screws with all of their intended pushes and angles. I would say this is the nice little payback for that.

(edited by FurryHippie on 26.1.05 0924)
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.33
    Originally posted by SOK
    ...and no PPVs in Canada. That sucks. We always have great crowds for live events.

    THe upside is that if there's PPVs in New York, a Raw or SD could occur in Canada.

    Well, maybe.


Well you guys got 2 major PPV's last year, Backlash and Summerslam. And Backlash was probably one of the best shows of the year.




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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.02
I guess Flair was right when he said the WWE wouldn't come here anymore if we fans continue to misbehave by living up to the bizzaro world reputation.



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Hey that's in Toronto. Us fans here in BC would NEVER resort to doing the WAVE during a wrestling match.

There must be something in the Ontario water.
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Freakin' Vince; I think its great to have a bizarro world, why do they have to hate on Canada this way? As long as people realize that the Canadians are just "being weird" then the angles should be fine, which we do realize- because they say it enough times.

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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.71

I understand why they're doing the whole Carlito/petition thing. They build up a new guy to come in, he makes a big spalsh in his debut by winning the US title and then gets injured.

For people who don't look online about wrestling, they'd think he was just a mistake and got canned. Carlito can be $$$ for WWE in the future and this way he's getting exposure and building his character even more.

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{ EDIT: I deleted a good chunk of text here - CRZ }

    Originally posted by Furry
    Somethin-a-tells me that while it may be a cute little gimmick on-screen to portray Canada as "Bizarro Land", Backstage people are probably pretty pissed that Canada screws with all of their intended pushes and angles. I would say this is the nice little payback for that.


Okay, but A/ maybe they should just be grateful for the sellouts and shut the fuck up, especially since they harp on and on about freedom of speech everytime someone (usually justifiably) criticizes them for another tasteless angle. Let's not forget why they do PPVs in Canada. It is for the sellout, and the atmosphere of a hot crowd starved for wrestling. If they were doing hot numbers in the US, they would never give Canada anything but house shows and occasional TV tapings, which is exactly how they did things all through 1998 (1 PPV out of Canada), 1999 (0), 2000 (0), and 2001 (0). So let's not act like they do us any favours.

B/ Maybe they need to calm their asses down a bit. I don't see how we "screw with all of their intended pushes and angles". It's one week, get over it and shut up. At RAW we booed Orton about 50/50, and Shawn Michaels. Everyone else got the same reaction they get in the States, save for the hometown kids Trish and Christian, the latter of which probably would have gotten booed against anyone but Michaels. If you don't want Michaels booed, leave him off the shows in Canada, and if you don't want Orton booed make him not suck.

C/ Buffalo may as well be in Canada, so I'll count that.

    Originally posted by Thefraserman
    Hey that's in Toronto. Us fans here in BC would NEVER resort to doing the WAVE during a wrestling match.

    There must be something in the Ontario water.


It's only during matches that blow, and it's better than everyone just sitting on their hands and not making a peep. Toronto is a wrestling town, they're always going to come here for something.

(edited by CRZ on 26.1.05 1850)


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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.33
    Originally posted by LionJeetSingh
    I guess Flair was right when he said the WWE wouldn't come here anymore if we fans continue to misbehave by living up to the bizzaro world reputation.


I don't see what the big deal is. As Hogan's My Dad said, all their Canada shows are guaranteed sellouts, and at least they will react and instead of not making any noise like a lot of the boring crowds at the US shows.

Anyways, I usually look forward to the WWE TV shows and PPV's in Canada the most.




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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.73
    Originally posted by The Vile1
      Originally posted by LionJeetSingh
      I guess Flair was right when he said the WWE wouldn't come here anymore if we fans continue to misbehave by living up to the bizzaro world reputation.


    I don't see what the big deal is. As Hogan's My Dad said, all their Canada shows are guaranteed sellouts, and at least they will react and instead of not making any noise like a lot of the boring crowds at the US shows.

    Anyways, I usually look forward to the WWE TV shows and PPV's in Canada the most.


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#14 Posted on
    Originally posted by SOK
    ...and no PPVs in Canada. That sucks. We always have great crowds for live events.

    THe upside is that if there's PPVs in New York, a Raw or SD could occur in Canada.

    Well, maybe.



Actaully according to Prowrestling.com(http://www.prowrestling.com/news.php?id=12577/articles/news) WWE is planning on having Wrestlmania 22 at McMahon Stadium in Calgary.



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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.73
    Originally posted by ryanc22
      Originally posted by SOK
      ...and no PPVs in Canada. That sucks. We always have great crowds for live events.

      THe upside is that if there's PPVs in New York, a Raw or SD could occur in Canada.

      Well, maybe.



    Actaully according to Prowrestling.com(http://www.prowrestling.com/news.php?id=12577/articles/news) WWE is planning on having Wrestlmania 22 at McMahon Stadium in Calgary.


Well, that's according to The Torch...and the fact that the show is over 14 months away is a little suspect. But heck, if it's true...I am SO THERE. I just hope that the WWE knows that, even in April, it snows in Calgary.



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