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  1. Anypony here a wrestling fan? Well this is the place for you to discuss the comings and goings in the world of wrestling. Whether it be how good this weeks matches were, how boring this weeks matches were, who should be on top, who is overrated, what is really the best promotion,what each company is doing wrong, classic moments of the past, your dream matches, your favorite wrestlers, how the next PPV is going to turn out or just to post your favorite matches. Whether you're a member of the WWE universe, a fan of TNA, a fan of ROH or the North American indy scene, fan of Lucha Underground or Lucha Libre in general, a fan of NJPW or Japanese puroresu in general. Whatever kind of wrestling you watch, you name it, this is the place for you! Now get to posting! *DING!*
  2. With the WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view this sunday, I was wondering who else here besides myself is looking forward to it? Going to be some exciting matches! Personally, I'm hoping that Asuka and Nia Jax both take the Women's Championships. And can't wait to see Kevin Owens trapped in a cage with Braun Strowman! That will be fun to watch! What do you think will happen? Who's your favorites to win the championship matches? Art by hells-edge And yes, I know it's all scripted. No more real than any other "reality show". Please no responses about 'how fake it is' and such. Let us enjoy our fiction!
  3. I wanted to make a topic string for my fellow artists of the squared circle, and for those wanting to train to be the next Finn Balor, AJ Styles, Or even another Big Show! Leave your stories of sports entertainment showcase HERE!! and if you want, I can help anybody wanting to find a trainer or school near you!! LEAVE IT BELOW!! (plz don't close this!)
  4. I'm setting a goal for the month. Workout each day after school. Daily 25 or more pushups. Eat better. Make Seth Great!!
  5. No idea if this is the right place for it(It's either here or in the other fan works spot), but I might as well post it somewhere. I do a wrestling/MLP round robin league of all the random mares that have a massive fanbase(or at least a fanbase). It's once every 3 months, four times a year, with some random sporadic matches in between. Right now we have 24 characters across a main league and a lower level league. Here is a highlight video of the past Main League's tournament. It's just something for fun, and others like it, so I keep doing it. Next year is a big plan, we'll be going to 48 characters and a new game, as soon as the game leaves EA and my new PC gets built.
  6. It took quite awhile for me to finally get this. But finally, after a Paypal option was created, i bought myself a subscription for NJPW World, New Japan Pro Wrestlings answer to the WWE Network. How well does it hold up? First of all, i must say that it's cheaper then the WWE Network. NJPW World only costs 999 Yen a month, which is 7,40€ in europe so that is already a big plus. Their Menu needs a bit to get used to, but it's good overall. You might be a bit shocked at first at the japanese signs, but you can also switch to an english version for us Gaijins. NJPW World has a big archive of matches all throughout their history, from today till Antonio inoki found it in 1973. Most of the 70s and 80s stuff are not full shows but only single matches, but it's not that bad. They even have some of the cross promotion shows they had with the WWF, WCW and All Japan pro Wrestling. for fans of wrestling history, it's truly nice to look at. There are several special features, like a G1 special page, where you can find all the tournaments that go back till 2007 or special shows like Wrestle Kingdom and Dominion. the stream also offers all current and past episodes of the Tiger Mask W Anime, which great for people who want to watch it, but are not interested enough in anime to buy a crunchyroll subscription. NJPW World also has exclusive behind the scenes interviews and documentaries in store, even with english subtitles for those who are not capable of the japanese language. Most of the Documentaries are very well done and also makes some of the top guys in New Japan more interesting. Of course, there are livestreams going on if there are Live shows and not just New Japan. Besides New Japan, the stream also shows special events from mexicos CMLL and special shows of Americas Ring of Honor, which are most of the time crossover shows with New Japan. Shows most of the time come with american commentary by former WWE and ROH worker Kevin Kelly and the former extreme intellectual Don Callis, who was known in ECW as Cyrus the Virus. All in all, i would recommend it for the people who are big fans of New Japan. This is a very good streaming service and a good way to support this promotion.
  7. I know i haven't talked about Wrestling for awhile, but this is something that is close to my heart. Yesterday, the greatest wrestling manager of all-time and one of the funniest and greatest commentators of all-time, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan has passed away at the age of 73. The way that he died are still unknown, but i rather want to talk about how he lived. Bobby Heenan was one of the most despised heels, in the first golden age of Wrestling in the WWE/WWF between the mid 80s and early 90s. He sometimes considered himself as the manager of champions, managing people like Mr.Perfect, King Kong Bundy, Haku and the legendary Andre the Giant who he managed at the legendary match between andre and Hogan at Wrestlemania 3. And during his stint in the AWA, he managed former AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel. After taking a step back from managing, Heenan proved himself as not only a good, but also great commentator, together with his life long friend Gorilla Monsoon, who both for example commentated Ric Flairs Royal Rumble win in 1992, which is Heenans best commentary performance, fearing for Flairs win for a whole hours and almost having a heart attack. when WCW was trying to compete more and more with the WWE/WWF, they also brought Bobby Heenan on board, being the new full time commentator with Tony Schiavone and being joined mostly by either Larry Zbysko or "Iron" Mike Tenay. His last commentary was at Wrestlemania X-7 in 2001, where he returned to the WWE to call the gimmick battle royal with Mean Gene Okerlund, giving us a good sense of nostalgia and showing that Heenan still got it. The last few years of his life, he enjoyed his retirement, while also working with the WWE from time to time backstage. Here are some highlights from Bobby Heenans great career: Rest in Peace Bobby Heenan. I know that you're at a better place, being finally together with your friend Gorilla Monsoon.
  8. Everyone who isn't busy today, is very welcome to join me in my WWE 2k17 stream today. I will play some online matches for probably around 2 hours. I sadly don't have a microphone yet, but i can speak with you in the chat between matches. Hope you're all coming. EDIT: I might be able to use a mic after all, so come in if you want to hear me trashtalking during gameplay. EDIT 2: Stream is cancelled. I will try it again tomorrow
  9. I talked about this Anime in the Wrestling Thread, but i thought it deserves it's own Thread. Does anybody else watch the newly made Tiger Mask Anime? I know that there are Anime fans out there that watch it, that are not really into Wrestling. I personally really like it. It tells a really good brother story, takes Prowrestling very serious and i really like the choreography of the matches. I also like the cameos of certain NJPW stars, like Kazuchika Okada or Yuji Nagata. Also, Tiger Masks agent is a real cutie. :3 So, what are your thoughts about it?
  10. I have to say first, that i love the NXT shows and it's one of the best things, that WWE has going right now. Let us look at the concept of NXT. It's basically there, to attract wrestling fans who don't usually like the WWE product to the network. The same with the cruiserweight classics. It's basically trying to be the ultimate 'indie' promotion, drawing off all the talent from the actual indie promotions. It's Vince's latest way to dominate wrestling. If the WWE can do indie wrestling, with all the best indie talent, and with their superior production values, how is any other promotion going to rise? People have to understand the WWE's business model in 2016 is to get anyone with any kind of interest in pro wrestling, WWE or otherwise, to subscribe to the network and pay them 9.99 a month. Raw ratings don't matter, as long as they stay healthy enough to keep the show on the air and draw in a reasonable amount of new consumers. It's basically like a loss leader for the WWE: protecting their prestige and maintaining mainstream presence. But the ratings don't need to be huge. Their profit is in merchandise (hence their obsession with merchandisable catchphrases and visual gimmicks) and the network. Yes, guys like Shinsuke Nakamura and Bobby Roode are huge with a certain portion of the pro wrestling audience so why put them on Raw or Smackdown and give them away for free when they can put them behind a pay wall? Are you a fan of NJPW? Well, guess what, you can't see Nakamura anymore unless you subscribe to the WWE network. Are you a fan of TNA? Guess what? We have Bobby Roode here. It makes total sense when you understand the WWE's business model. Do they 'need' Nakamura and Roode on the 'main roster'? No, they probably won't affect their audience numbers as they won't be well known to casual fans. Do they care if Nakamura's and roode's careers are 'wasted' playing to a small audience? Of course they don't. NXT is not a developmental department, it's a marketing strategy.
  11. You know, i admit i criticize TNA here and there for what they do today. But i would like to do some promotion for their Youtube Page today. They have uploaded their first few PPVs from 2002, which where called the Asylum Years. Back then, TNA was still financed by the National Wrestling Alliance and the NWA World Heavyweight title was fought out there. It was NWAs way, to find back into the mainstream again. And they didn't had weekly shows, but weekly PPVs. Announcers at that time where Don West and "Iron" Mike Tenay, who was previously working for WCW. Here is the link to the PPVS: Also, isn't it kinda ironic, that AJ Styles worked in the very first match, considering he was later named "Mr.TNA?"
  12. Small guys in combat sports will never, ever draw in casual fans and a mainstream audience the way heavyweights will. And wrestling as we knew it is now over. This is sarcasm, in case it isn't clear. Have some Finn Balor awesomeness:
  13. I'd figure I'd start showcasing some non pony artwork that I've made over the years from going to an art school. first i'll start off with a Cinema 4d still image of a classic steel cage around a wrestling ring. It was relatively easy to make. What do you think?
  14. This was the first time in a long time, that i actually watched a TNA match. But after so many telling me, about how great this feud was and how this was supposed to be literally the greatest thing in wrestling, i had to give it a shot. I will be very short here. I really didn't liked it, if i want to be honest. I will give TNA that, it was a very unique experiment and i have to tip my hat to them. But what most people don't realize is, that unique isn't automatically good. The finish was incredibly anti climactic for me and i just think, that this kinda stuff is just not something, that really works in wrestling. People who say, that this is a Match of the Year, have no idea about Professional Wrestling and need to watch NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 10.
  15. If anyone remembers back in the early 2000's, Acclaim released a pro wrestling video game series called Legends of Wrestling. As the name suggests, it featured a number of wrestlers from the past competing against each other. It's safe to say that they weren't perfect. They had some glitches and such but the whole concept was just fantastic. They made 3 games: Legends of Wrestling I, Legends of Wrestling II, and Showdown: Legends of Wrestling. However Acclaim folded just after Showdown was released. Since then, no other gaming company has acquired the rights to the Legends of Wrestling series. So I figured that I would show you a few Word documents that I typed up of stuff I would include in a fourth Legends of Wrestling video game if it were a reality. They include Game Modes, Roster, Arenas, Features and Notes and Disclaimers. I used Word documents because typing it all here would take way too much effort on my part They were done in the Stencil typeface just to let you know. This is only a fantasy, I don't know if they will make one or not. LOWNewFeatures.docx LOWModes.docx LOWRoster.docx LOWArenas.docx LOWNotes.docx Those are just my ideas of what I would use if they ever made a Legends of Wrestling IV. If you have any ideas, don't be afraid to share them.
  16. Sorry for not making any Wrestling Blogs in awhile. I have a few other things in my head right now, besides Wrestling. But this Article is just Wonderful: Source: At this point, TNA pretty much reached the point of no return. Dixie Carter has to sell the company to someone, or this will be the end. Though, i already heard that in her usual stubborn way, she already blocks people from her Twitter, who suggest that she should sell. I guess we all know what will happen. But to be honest, i am surprised it's happening that early.
  17. It's pretty much a comin these days in the EWF (Equestrian Wrestling Federation,) you have alot of underrated talents in the roster that alot of people would like to see succeed, but they are constantly shunned away into the midcard and ponies like Twilight Sparkle, Sunset Shimmer, Trixie, etc. pretty much decide the world title for themselves every PPV. But it seems like a Southern Pony by the name of Applejack, who has been constantly kept down in the midcard now gets her chance this sunday, at the biggest show, Equestriamania. Applejack is somebody who everybody can relate to. She comes from a family of farmers, never got anything handed to her and had to work hard everyday. While the opponents in the Main Events, the champion Twilight Sparkle and this years winner of the Canterlot Rumble, Rainbow Dash, are already big stars. It was originally planned to do a match between Twilight and Rainbow, which many people just saw as a tool, for Rainbow to promote her Wonderbolts career, since she is just a part timer these days. The crowd pretty much shat all over the current Main Event plans and wanted to see Applejack. But now it seems like, that they actually get what they want. But to get into the Main Event, she has to fight Celestia in the opening bout of Equestriamania. If she wins, she gets in the Main Event. If she dosen't, Celestia buried another Talent. I can tell you already, this will be one hell of a show.
  18. We're just one day away, from NXT Takeover: Dallas and for some of us, this event might be even more hype then Wrestlemania, with a supercard of awesome matches, that makes the old vin mans main roster look like a joke. I thought i take the time to predict the matches of the show. Austin Aries vs. Baron Corbin Winner: Austin Aries Aries is being booked as a huge signee, like Samoa Joe, rather than a glorified veteran enhancement talent, like Rhyno. Whether he has a shot at the main roster or not, Aries will definitely be a big name in NXT’s title picture and also be used to put over rising talent. But he’ll have to establish himself to the NXT audience — even though many are smark fans — before losing to Corbin, although there is a very good chance the Lone Wolf pulls off a win and becomes the top heel challenger for the NXT Championship. NXT Tag Team Championship The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder) © vs. American Alpha (Jason Jordan and Chad Gable) Winner: American Alpha American Alpha is at its peak popularity yet doesn’t show signs of slowing down. The Revival has had a lengthy title reign and has already established itself as one of the division’s top tag teams. NXT needs to strike while the iron is hot with A.A. and give Jordan and Gable their first championship victory in their biggest match to date. Apollo Crews vs. Elias Samson Winner: Apollo Crews Crews needs a win to re-establish himself as one of the brand’s top babyfaces. Samson has been dominant since becoming a regular on NXT television — aside from his upset by Gargano last week — but is unlikely to capture a victory in Dallas. Sami Zayn vs. Shinsuke Nakamura Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura Zayn is already a full-time member of the main roster and a favorite to win the Intercontinental Championship. He has nothing left to prove in NXT as a former champion who provided several stellar matches throughout his tenure. Nakamura is — along with A.J. Styles — the biggest acquisition in WWE history based on his past success at New Japan Pro Wrestling. The King of Strong Style has already been hyped as a breakout star in what is expected to be a short run in NXT and needs to capture a win in his first match. NXT Women’s Championship Bayley © vs. Asuka Winner: Asuka Asuka is the most believable challenger to end Bayley’s title reign, which will reach 222 days on Friday. Bayley, like Zayn, has nothing left to prove and should make her debut on the main roster competing against the other Horsewomen. TakeOver: Dallas is the perfect event to solidify Asuka as the new face of the division and end Bayley’s NXT career with another stellar performance. NXT Championship Finn Balor © vs. Samoa Joe Winner: Finn Balor Balor showed signs of a heel edge in his match against indie favorite Rich Swann last week. Many have speculated that there could be a double-turn to end the NXT Championship match. The most likely scenario would involve former Bullet Club members “Machine Gun” Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows — expected to make their debuts soon — helping their former leader pick up the victory or attack Joe after a hard-fought match. Either way, Balor will likely continue to be NXT’s top star while Joe, 37, will make the jump to the main roster while he’s still in his prime. However this will turnout, it will be one hell of a show.
  19. I am so sick and tired, of the bullshit things that this company is putting out and calls it the best thing they ever did and i am so sick of hoping that they get better, because quite frankly, these guys won't get better and sooner or later, this promotion will be flushed down the toilet where it belongs. Here are a few things that piss me off: -Eric Young is in the midcard with a totally worthless title -There is no blood, eventhough the storylines are mature -Matt Hardy brings his infant to the ring and binds him into a Storyline -EC3 is face (eventhough i like him personally) -Spud is Heel -Davey Richards is out injured -Beer Money gets reunited and get the tag titles immediatly -Abyss is getting worse and worse with his gimmick -The X-Division, which once was the bread and butter of TNA, is totally garbage and Botchamania material -Kurt Angle is retired -Dixie Carter gets TV Time every week -Grado imitades the Mr.America Gimmick -Drew Galloway as a champ dosen't draw -Mathews and Dinero just go on my nerves on commentary And it goes on and on and on. No thanks Dixie. It's no wonder why guys like Samoa Joe and Austin Aries left this sinking ship. I hope that the few remaining good guys think for one second and go somewhere where they really can make a name for themselves. Mainly at places like New Japan Pro Wrestling. Seriously, i have enough alternatives to watch. I don't need any of Dixie Carters attention. She can tell 100 times, that these are exciting times for TNA and i just sit here, be amazed at Penthagon Jr, Prince Puma and Mil Muertes tearing the house down at Lucha Underground, or watching Tetsuya Naito being one of the greatest heels in NJPW. With that said. Goodbye TNA. I won't miss you in anyway and i will be in the first row, when you finally close your doors. TNA R.I.P 2002-2016
  20. I kinda knew it before it happend, but i marked out eitherway. They now aquired Shinsuke Nakamura, a 14 year veteran of New Japan Pro Wrestlng and a 3 time IWGP Heavyweight Champion. He is without a doubt, the hottest and best thing, that walks around in prowrestling right now. I know, there are some doubters out there, that he probably won't be allowed to use his strong style in the US. But right now, i don't care. I think with Sami Zayn, Shinsuke has an opponent which can become match of the year. I am very excited. P.S Nice one from Generico for totally burying Wrestlemania.
  21. Well, we're totally in the Wrestlemania season everybody and it's this time again, just like the last Wrestlemania since 2013, that i really worry about the show as a whole. My worries for Wrestlemania 29 where pretty much confirmed, since most of the matches weren't good and the main event between John Cena and an out of shape Rock was just business as usual for the WWE. Now i fear that my worries for Wrestlemania 32 are being again confirmed, as not only do we have a lackluster card, with Roman Reigns, who is sitting at home and hasn't been to the last 2 raw shows and Triple H, in the main event. We also have Shane Mcmahon, who i love, but is not a Wrestler and the Undertaker, who i also love, but has a non believable heel role. Lesnar and Ambrose sounds nice, but that's pretty much it, for your main event type matches. When we look at WWE Roadblock, we got Dean Ambrose facing Hunter for the title, which is a feud which was very well executed and which got the crowd excited. You get Brock Lesnar vs. Bray Wyatt, which should've been at Wrestlemania and we got an NXT Tag Title match, between the Revival vs. Colin Cassady and Enzo Amore. Don't get me started on NXT Takeover: Dallas, which will be shown on Friday, 2 days before Wrestlemania. The freaking card is packed with wonderful matches. Austin Aries has his debut against Baron Corbin, Apollo Crews faces Elion Samson, the best wrestler in the world right now, Shinsuke Nakamura has his debut against Sami Zayn (El Generico) and Samoa Joe, has the chance to one more time win the big gold, against the NXT Champ Finn Balor (Prince Devitt) I haven't been this worried about the last 3 Wrestlemanias and with 100000 people trying to make a WWE record, making it the biggest Wrestlemania of all time, it makes me cry to think, that this Wrestlemania will go down in history. It's a sad state of affairs right now.
  22. I know, it's just a trailer. But it already mostly sums up Jims feelings of that time. I just recently watched the whole shoot interview and Cornette, who i have a love/hate relationship with, since he likes to dump on the current wrestling product every chance he gets, i like to listen to his active time in the 80s and 90s. He is like your grandpa, who has his good and bad days. But if he's good, you are the best pals. WCW was just founded, after Ted Turner bought Jim Crockett Promotions and Jim Herd, who was running the company at the time, wanted to pretty much make it like a WWF clone, eventhough the guys in the south at that time, didn't wanted to see stuff like that, not to mention the main booker George Scott, who was an absolute goofball, had no idea of the current product at that time and had no idea about any of the NWA guys in the 80s, because he worked for Vince at the time and was only focused on WWF. If you come across the full shoot interview, through whatever means, please watch it. It's so great.
  23. I know, for some it's probably old news. But i love this little blog so much, because it just reflects my personal distane for Kevin Dunn as a producer and as a human being and why he is far worse for the WWE, then Vince Mcmahon. So yeah, their you have it. It's pretty much one of the reasons, why i still support the WWE, just in the hopes that it gets better, once Kevin Dunn leaves. Hunter and NXT say hi. Also, Cheeseburger is the greatest.
  24. Before the WWE and WCW became global powerhouses in Wrestling during the late 80s and early 90s, there was the NWA, or National Wrestling Alliance. NWA wasn't a Wrestling promotion, but more of a governing body that held historically, the most independent wrestling promotions in history. These promotions back then, where called "territories," because they all had control over a specific area in the United States. All those territories had there own champs and their own superstars and Titles. But the NWA, choose from all the their territories THE NWA World heavyweight Champion and this guy, would go through all the territories to defend it against the number one guys, of each territory. Now of course, they don't exist anymore. They where either going bankrupt, because they couldn't make as much of money as the WWE or WCW, or they where just bought out by either of those. Some people gave up on Wrestling at that time, because for them Wrestling wasn't wrestling anymore, because WCW and WWE where exposing the business. The wonderful thing about the Territories was, is that they all had a different style of Wrestling. Some where more Hardcore, some where southern, some where cruiserweight, etc. and that's what the territories made so great. You always had the right Wrestling for you, anyway you looked. With the WWE now being the International force of everything that is Wrestling, there is barely any wrestling that you can find. You got TNA, which for one reason or another, always escapes his grave. You have ROH, which is kinda the breeding ground for future WWE employees. We have Lucha Underground, which is awesome, but is also partially a TV show, so you can't see it every week and you have NJPW, which shows the best Wrestling in the world, but has also seen better days. You have a few very small indie league, but you won't get any sort of Television exposure from them. So i ask myself, "can't there more Wrestling for everyone and can't there be the type of Wrestling that people like?" And i said to myself "Yeah. If the WWE brings back the territory system." It could be something like this. The WWE is buying out the rest of the Competition, meaning TNA, ROH and Lucha Underground. The TNA Roster gets reduced to a half, with the most talented guys remaining and gets put together with the NXT guys and that's the Florida Territory. Lucha Underground will be the California, or Pacific Territory and ROH will become the new Northeast territory. The WWE will put other territories throughout the country, even a few in Canada and even in Puerto Rico and they will all have their owns local championship. The WWE will still make their normal shows Raw and Smackdown and PPVs, where they get certain guys from the territories and where they can wrestle with other guys, from other territories. The WWE will have the womens championship, the tag team championship, the Intercontinental Championship and the WWE Championship, with the WWE title really determining the absolute best of all the territories. Would Vince do that? Absolutely not. Vince has too much of an Ego to go through with this plan. But i think Hunter would go through with this plan. This guy eats, sleeps, drinks and breaths Wrestling and has a very Old School thinking. He remembers the territory days, because he was a big fan of Ric Flair, who was the poster boy of the NWA during the 80s. The WWE has large amounts of money and i think it wouldn't cost much to build these independant territories and we would have more alternatives then we have now. Do you think it would be a good idea?
  25. I know that i might be a bit naive, when it comes to this. But when i learned something during my time as a wrestling fan for the past 16 years, it's that you should never say never. Since Roman Reigns is now getting constantly booed again, after having a small 2 week pop from the fans, the WWE should realize that their golden boy is not really the guy who they should push, since he is another student of the "John Cena Super babyface" academy. I swear, if the main event is Hunter vs. Reigns, the fans will turn on the match from the very beginning. Ambrose on the other hand, is the actual blue collar hero, that the audience actually wants, because he is the underdog. Think about it. Ever since the Shield split up almost 2 years ago, the Authority always screwed over Dean Ambrose to become THE guy and the best example, was at the Rumble last month, because if it hasn't been for Triple H, Ambrose might have been the WWE Champion. The whole freaking story writes itself. He is the Mick Foley of this generation. He just won't stay down and the more he gets, the more he wants. And i actually can imagine Hunter pulling off a great match with him, just like he did with Daniel Bryan at Wrestlemania 30. Dean also deserves it for his contribution to the business. I was never the biggest fan of Combat Zone Wrestling, but i saw Jon Moxley (which was Deans indie name) and he was probably one of the most charismatic guys in the american indie scene. He came from nothing, had a shit family and the only thing that kept him alive was the joy that wrestling brought him. Where does Roman come from? He comes from a big wrestling family, came into the WWE because of his name and got pampered by the guys there, because anoi name. YOU CAN'T BUILD HIM AS AN UNDERDOG. So i hope Ambrose wins at Fastlane. Believe me, the Raw Ratings will go up again, because Ambrose is a believable face that we can all cheer for and somebody that has mic skills. Reigns will just stand in the rings for 20 minutes and mumble into his microphone and will then say "BELIEVE THAT." If that is how you will build up Wrestlemania, don't cry if people will tear the AT&T Stadium down at the end. I end this Blog with funny Dean Ambrose/Jon Moxley.