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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.39
    Originally posted by Blind_Guardian
    The Wyatts still amaze me in that they managed to turn themselves faces without changing a bit of their gimmick

The overall spirit of the gimmick hasn't changed, but doing the "Mick Foley" cheap pop during their intro video contributed a lot to their current face reactions.



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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
    Originally posted by Cerebus
      Originally posted by Big Bad
      I agree that 'Scott Hall' will be inducted in the future as part of the NWO, so that'll be a double inductions for Hogan, Hall and (surely) Nash. I presume the NWO will just be considered to be those three guys in order to keep it from being a 45-person ceremony --- though it would be hilarious if *that* was how they snuck Savage into the Hall.


    Even better, they can induct the NWO Wolfpac and sneak in Savage and Sting both.


And while those worthy fellows are all up on stage, coverage of the evening will cut to a hallway deep in the basement where Horace Hogan, Stevie Ray, and Scott Norton are all wondering why they've been left out of the ceremony.
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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.09
    Originally posted by ekedolphin
    Scott Hall absented himself from Shawn Michaels' Hall of Fame ceremony for fear his sobriety would be unduly challenged.

    Now he and Jake are getting inducted on the same night. Dear Lord, help them not to fall off the wagon. In all sincerity.
Soooo, I'm guessing' we know where DDP is going to be that weekend.
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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.14
    Originally posted by RandolphCarter
      Originally posted by Cerebus
        Originally posted by Big Bad
        I agree that 'Scott Hall' will be inducted in the future as part of the NWO, so that'll be a double inductions for Hogan, Hall and (surely) Nash. I presume the NWO will just be considered to be those three guys in order to keep it from being a 45-person ceremony --- though it would be hilarious if *that* was how they snuck Savage into the Hall.


      Even better, they can induct the NWO Wolfpac and sneak in Savage and Sting both.


    And while those worthy fellows are all up on stage, coverage of the evening will cut to a hallway deep in the basement where Horace Hogan, Stevie Ray, and Scott Norton are all wondering why they've been left out of the ceremony.


Whoa, whoa, whoa. Are you trying to tell me that Scott "Flash" Norton doesn't belong in the Hall of Fame?
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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.73
Don't overlook the fact that Arnold and Joe M were about to enter themselves in the battle royale. So when they don't show at Wrestlemania, that clearly means THE MIZ SCARED THEM OFF. Miz gets the last laugh again!



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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
    Originally posted by Tribal Prophet

    Whoa, whoa, whoa. Are you trying to tell me that Scott "Flash" Norton doesn't belong in the Hall of Fame?


Maybe if he had gone straight to the WWF in 1987 and gotten over as a monster heel?

Definitely on the "all-underrated" team, along with Mike Enos & Wayne Bloom.

(edited by RandolphCarter on 25.3.14 2022)
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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.93
    Originally posted by RandolphCarter
      Originally posted by Tribal Prophet

      Whoa, whoa, whoa. Are you trying to tell me that Scott "Flash" Norton doesn't belong in the Hall of Fame?


    Maybe if he had gone straight to the WWF in 1987 and gotten over as a monster heel?

    Definitely on the "all-underrated" team, along with Mike Enos & Wayne Bloom.

    (edited by RandolphCarter on 25.3.14 2022)


I agree. I was watching a little bit of nWo Souled Out '97 today on the WWE Network, and Norton was fantastic in his match with DDP.

Anyway, something I enjoyed from this week's RAW was that fatal four-way match. That was just frenetic, fun, and a great free-TV match.



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#28 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.69
Well, everybody beat me to it, but the absence of the name "Scott Hall" or any sign of the nWo angle was really, really weird. It's not as though they've confined other Hall of Fame inductions to WWE stuff if the situation warranted. And even if they do want to induct the nWo some day, I don't see what that has to do with it, especially since Hogan's in.

The other thing from the part of the show that I watched: I really wish they had explained what the Vickie Guerrero Invitation IS. A gauntlet match? A battle royal? A tag-in match? Everybody in the ring at once? My guess is it will be one of the latter two, and the first pinfall takes it, which is really a sucky way to do a 12-person (or whatever it is) match, but I don't think they're going to give most of those women any substantial time to wrestle at Mania. (Here's a thought: if you don't think a division is worth a long segment at Mania, don't book a freaking 12-person match!)

(edited by Peter The Hegemon on 25.3.14 2220)
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#29 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.97
    Originally posted by Peter The Hegemon
    The other thing from the part of the show that I watched: I really wish they had explained what the Vickie Guerrero Invitation IS. A gauntlet match? A battle royal? A tag-in match? Everybody in the ring at once?



Yeah, I was wondering that to and thought it was odd.

Maybe they're gonna have people vote for the match on the WWE app on the next Raw.





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#30 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.00
    Originally posted by Kevintripod
      Originally posted by Peter The Hegemon
      The other thing from the part of the show that I watched: I really wish they had explained what the Vickie Guerrero Invitation IS. A gauntlet match? A battle royal? A tag-in match? Everybody in the ring at once?



    Yeah, I was wondering that to and thought it was odd.

    Maybe they're gonna have people vote for the match on the WWE app on the next Raw.


If it's an option, I guarantee that a Bra and Panties Battle Royale will win hands down, and then Lawler will have another heart attack Though that's a bit more Attitude Era.
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#31 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.20
I dunno if people getting cheered against Cena really makes them faces per se...
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#32 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.94
    Originally posted by Greymarch
    I dunno if people getting cheered against Cena really makes them faces per se...

Also, the crowd was solidly behind the Real Americans (well, Cesaro at least) until Rollins went bucknuts and reminded everyone who the faces were supposed to be.



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#33 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.56
I'll be the first to throw around negativity towards the writing staff, because much of the time, it's well-deserved. But whoever called the audible on the Shield breakup and decided to turn them face instead deserves a huge pat on the back. That might be the best call this company's made all year, aside from the Daniel Bryan Wrestlemania Saga.




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#34 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.20
    Originally posted by It's False
    I'll be the first to throw around negativity towards the writing staff, because much of the time, it's well-deserved. But whoever called the audible on the Shield breakup and decided to turn them face instead deserves a huge pat on the back. That might be the best call this company's made all year, aside from the Daniel Bryan Wrestlemania Saga.


I've got mixed feelings about how they're handling anything else, but the SHIELD angle is the one thing where I think they're doing everything 100% right.
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#35 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.51
    Originally posted by Greymarch
    I dunno if people getting cheered against Cena really makes them faces per se...


Thank you.



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#36 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.62
    Originally posted by Tenken347
      Originally posted by It's False
      I'll be the first to throw around negativity towards the writing staff, because much of the time, it's well-deserved. But whoever called the audible on the Shield breakup and decided to turn them face instead deserves a huge pat on the back. That might be the best call this company's made all year, aside from the Daniel Bryan Wrestlemania Saga.


    I've got mixed feelings about how they're handling anything else, but the SHIELD angle is the one thing where I think they're doing everything 100% right.


UNLESS they break them up at Mania. That would piss me off. They only really turned face a couple of weeks ago, and Mania is supposed to be the culmination of angles, not the beginning of them. (Has anyone actually turned on a partner during Mania lately that was a face-turning-heel? I honestly don't know but it doesn't seem like it.)

If they have the Shield break up at a random RAW in May it will be a WAY bigger deal than if they do it during the second hour of the biggest card of the year.



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#37 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.63
    Originally posted by RandolphCarter
      Originally posted by Cerebus
        Originally posted by Big Bad
        I agree that 'Scott Hall' will be inducted in the future as part of the NWO, so that'll be a double inductions for Hogan, Hall and (surely) Nash. I presume the NWO will just be considered to be those three guys in order to keep it from being a 45-person ceremony --- though it would be hilarious if *that* was how they snuck Savage into the Hall.


      Even better, they can induct the NWO Wolfpac and sneak in Savage and Sting both.


    And while those worthy fellows are all up on stage, coverage of the evening will cut to a hallway deep in the basement where Horace Hogan, Stevie Ray, and Scott Norton are all wondering why they've been left out of the ceremony.


I can never remember if he actually got in the nWo or not but if inducting the entire nWo means that Disco Inferno is in the Hall of Fame then I'm there.

(edited by Quezzy on 27.3.14 0925)


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#38 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.00
Disco made it into the Wolfpac. I doubt they'd induct the ENTIRE nWo, as that would mean the aforementioned luminaries technically being Hall of Famers, plus future big hitters like Sting, Luger, Savage and Big Show being put in all in one go. It would have to be Hogan, Hall, Nash and maybe Bischoff.
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#39 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.84
    Originally posted by Amos Cochran
    It would have to be Hogan, Hall, Nash and maybe Bischoff.


There's a debate -- would Eric Bischoff ever be put into the WWE Hall of Fame?
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#40 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.93
    Originally posted by Amos Cochran
    Disco made it into the Wolfpac.


This reminds me of one of my favorite hilarious nWo moments.

Shortly after the reunification, the senior members of the nWo asked Vincent to go to the ring to deliver a message to... somebody, I don't remember. The message was rather hostile, and the end result was likely to be, that person beating the hell out of Vincent.

Now Vincent, who'd suffered the "Black Dude Dies First" trope throughout his entire stint with the nWo, finally shows a little Genre Savvy. He walks over to Disco, the newest member of the Wolfpac, and tells him something like, "Big Kev wanted you to handle this personally."

So Disco goes to the ring, delivers the message, and... gets the heck beaten out of him. I seem to recall everyone else in the nWo complimenting Vincent on a job well-done.



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