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#1 Posted on 3.8.15 2206.57
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Course correction.

What did Paul Orndorff do to be erased from WWE history like that?

How could two guys that Vince is supposedly down on get all of this prime TV time to hype a likely high-profile (and likely awesome) SummerSlam match?

Where's the money, Paul?
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#2 Posted on 4.8.15 0735.39
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Stolen from Cageside Seats Raw Recap:
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Meanwhile, The Miz was THE BEST just standing in the background reacting to it all. I would legitimately hire him to hang out for activities in my life where he would just stand in the background and react to things. I've never been a bigger fan of Miz than in this segment.
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I couldn't agree more. Miz was FANTASTIC once Owens stood up. This is one thing that could have made the Brock/Taker brawl even better. Right after Brock screamed "I'M GONNA KILL YOU!", Miz should have been in the background screaming: "YEAAAAAAAAAH, PUT HIM IN A BODY BAG, BROCK!"

The rest? Not bad at all. Missed the first 25 minutes of the show, but got into the Neville/Rollins match just in time. Sunsabitches suckered me in with that 2-15/16th pin. I honestly can't recall a closer 3 count. Crazy match all around.
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#3 Posted on 4.8.15 0752.30
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This is the Seth Rollins, I want as champ. However, in a few weeks after botching KO, we are going to see him lose as well as tossing the US title away. Great tribute to Piper.
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#4 Posted on 4.8.15 0756.49
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Man, I sure hope Cesaro can get over.
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#5 Posted on 4.8.15 0759.52
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    Originally posted by JimBob Skeeter
    Missed the first 25 minutes of the show, but got into the Neville/Rollins match just in time. Sunsabitches suckered me in with that 2-15/16th pin. I honestly can't recall a closer 3 count. Crazy match all around.


Here's some rare praise for Kevin Dunn, as that camera shot of the post-Red Arrow pin was well positioned. I honestly thought Neville had gotten the fall and only saw Rollins' foot on the ropes until after the cut to the different angle.
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#6 Posted on 4.8.15 0838.28
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That was a TAKA/Hunter quality pinfall right there. They made Neville look legit again, and they could build on this if the secondary titles weren't held by faces.

Seth by himself was better than Seth and the Authority. This is all we need from a weasel heel champ.
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#7 Posted on 4.8.15 0841.43
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I was so disappointed that Owens & Cesaro did not start heatedly arguing in French. Please let this feud make it to Quebec.
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#8 Posted on 4.8.15 0926.33
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#9 Posted on 4.8.15 1013.16
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The front of Seth Rollins shirt is really the pot calling the kettle black, isn't it?

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#10 Posted on 4.8.15 1129.44
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    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
    The front of Seth Rollins shirt is really the pot calling the kettle black, isn't it?



 
Yes, But the Hustle Blah Blah Blah patch on the sleeve is nice
 
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#11 Posted on 4.8.15 1142.15
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THAT is classic.

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#12 Posted on 4.8.15 1150.08
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Mostly enjoyable show this week!

Seth & Neville both came out looking like a million bucks.

Cesaro & Owens did the same. Funny how Cesaro gets over when you let him, huh Vince? He's the best dressed guy on the roster, too. And another cheer for Miz reactions.

Divas matches were decent this week, but man did JBL sound like an old man saying Team Paige (I am pretending the sorority name never happened) look like a bunch of freaks. Here is this guy who has worked with everyone from the Boogeyman to Blue Meanie, yet the three hot chicks have weird hair colors but are otherwise entirely normal, so they are freaks. Okay.

I love Stardust. I don't care, he's awesome. I also loved him holding hands with his wife during the Piper bell salute. Awwwwwwwwwwww.

Piper salute was solid. Glad there was a little Hulk in there. Their careers were so intertwined it was hard to do it otherwise, I imagine.
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#13 Posted on 4.8.15 1331.27
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I'm starting to get a very familiar feeling with Cesaro and Owens and it's not a good one. Around ten years ago, I had a funny feeling with a PPV match between Randy Orton and Carlito, where both guys were clearly being groomed for bigger things. But going into that match, there was a distinct feeling that only the winner was going to end up going anywhere and the loser was pretty much headed for a freefall. Sure enough, Orton won the match and propelled to stardom for the next ten years, while Carlito jobbed and ended up going nowhere.

I have this exact same feeling right now with this Owens/Cesaro match coming up. I really feel like whoever wins is going to be the big star of the future and the loser is going to gradually get jobbed out for the next two years. Don't ask me why. It's just an instinct.
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#14 Posted on 4.8.15 1435.28
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    Originally posted by It's False
    I'm starting to get a very familiar feeling with Cesaro and Owens and it's not a good one. Around ten years ago, I had a funny feeling with a PPV match between Randy Orton and Carlito, where both guys were clearly being groomed for bigger things. But going into that match, there was a distinct feeling that only the winner was going to end up going anywhere and the loser was pretty much headed for a freefall. Sure enough, Orton won the match and propelled to stardom for the next ten years, while Carlito jobbed and ended up going nowhere.

    I have this exact same feeling right now with this Owens/Cesaro match coming up. I really feel like whoever wins is going to be the big star of the future and the loser is going to gradually get jobbed out for the next two years. Don't ask me why. It's just an instinct.


The world needs ditch-diggers too, Danny.
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#15 Posted on 4.8.15 1453.50
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How 'bout a Fresca?
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