WWE-Feb. 2008 Thread

annoyinglee

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On Smackdown tonight.... the huge announcement has to do with 10 tons of steel with two miles of chain and 36 feet in diameter??
 

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Confriming what Flea_Man has posted---

Major Update On Ric Flair's WrestleMania XXIV Opponent
01/31/2008 by Ryan Clark

WrestleMania XXIV is expected to be the clumination of Ric Flair's retirement storyline and his final match in WWE. Two names that have been discussed as possible opponents for Flair have been Mr. Kennedy and Shawn Michaels. It now looks like Shawn Michaels will be Flair's final opponent.

Two independent sources within WWE have confirmed that the current plan is for Michaels to end Flair's career and that Vince McMahon has already approved the match.

We will see what plays out in the coming weeks but that is the current scenario being discussed.

Also is anyone interested in the Brock Lesners fight this weekend??
I dont follow the UFC but i have paid close attention in the past weeks because of all of the Brock Lesner news. Im not going to buy the PPV but i definetly have an interest to his fight. I hope he wins, but i dont think that he will.
 

Jimmy's Dignity

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I would love to see Brock beat Mir.

As for HBK vs. Flair at WM...does Shawn really need the rub? I think that type of accomplishment should go to one of the younger guys (Kennedy specifically)
 

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I agree Kennedy should get the nod too. But the fact that he is already fighting Flair at No Way Out, I don't see the WWE playing out that feud alway till Wrestlemania. So I think its going to Micheals vs Flair.
 

flyerfan116

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I'm kinda on the fence about this. On the one hand I'd like to see Flair go out after one more really good match (or at least the best he can do at his age) and i really thinkk you'd need someone experienced like a Michaels or a HHH to pull that off. On the other hand, it would be nice for him to give the rub on the way out Kennedy would be perfect WM is only what 8 weeks away? I'd set up like a fake injury or something for NWO so Kennedy can't compete, have him hire a lackey of some sort to run in on all Flair's matches making sure Flair wins by DQ and keep his career going util kennedy can get him at WM. I just don't know if Kennedy can pull off the match Flair deserves to go out on.
 

PartyRock24

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I'm kinda on the fence about this. On the one hand I'd like to see Flair go out after one more really good match (or at least the best he can do at his age) and i really thinkk you'd need someone experienced like a Michaels or a HHH to pull that off. On the other hand, it would be nice for him to give the rub on the way out Kennedy would be perfect WM is only what 8 weeks away? I'd set up like a fake injury or something for NWO so Kennedy can't compete, have him hire a lackey of some sort to run in on all Flair's matches making sure Flair wins by DQ and keep his career going util kennedy can get him at WM. I just don't know if Kennedy can pull off the match Flair deserves to go out on.
dude that is avery good idea. i hope that your are right bc i thinktht kennedy needs that push to further his carrer and hbk doesnt need the rub as you said.
 

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RVD Won't Apologize For His Pot Arrest & More
02/01/2008 by Ryan Clark

Here is Part 2 of Live Audio Wrestling’s interview with Rob Van Dam. Catch The LAW every Sunday night at 11pm EST at www.liveaudiowrestling.com and on Hardcore Sports Radio on Sirius Channel 186

Jason Agnew : Lets get into the uh, your big push. Easily the biggest push of your career came in the spring of 2006 when they put the WWE and ECW titles on you. That push came to a halt of course after you and Sabu were pulled over on the highway on the way to a show and were in possession of marijuana. Now do you feel that the company reacted in the right way to what you guys did?

Rob Van Dam: The one school of thought says isn’t it supposed to be innocent till proven guilty? We didn’t have any hearing or trial or any questions before I was suspended. It was straight up hours after I had gotten pulled over so. I’m already fried in the media at that point so from a justice perspective it might not have been the exact right way, legally to go about it and to protect my situation. At the same time I did feel like they had to do that. It was all over the, you know I told Sabu on the way to the building “Relax, no ones even gonna hear about this, whats the big deal?” He was like “Are you sure?” I go “Dude, you know don’t worry about it. We got a phone call as we were about to pull in to the arena from Johnny Ace and apparently it was all over the internet, all over the radio and soon it was in the news papers. It was the biggest thing ever and the thing is people wanted to apologize for me. They wanted say “Ok yes, Rob messed up and he admits that you know and it’s about moving on.” You never heard me say I’m sorry, you never will here me say I’m sorry. The people who say it couldn’t have happened at a worse time, I say it couldn’t have happened at a better time because if I was not the world champion at the time nobody would have cared. Nobody would have given a crap and as I said it’s a good thing having your name in the news you know, my name was mentioned all over the place. Was I attached to and associated to something I was embarrassed about, hell no. I’m a strong abdicator for cannabis as you probably know and anytime a celebrity is associated with it, it makes a move in the right direction as far as changing the climate. People were told it’s a deadly drug, it kills people and that’s why it was outlawed. Now 40 years later they never told them any different. People are just feeling a little different about it because people like me, like Kevin on the Tonight Show, like many, many people on television make light of it and guess what when heroes are associated with it that makes light of it and that’s a good thing.

Jason Agnew : Hey man I agree with you, I just think at that time it might have done well for you in the world of pop culture but in the world of WWE politics they just nailed you to the wall for it.

Rob Van Dam: Right and did you really think I was going to be the longest reigning world champion?

Jason Agnew : No but don’t you think that part of ECW going down the tubes as it is now might have been due to the timing on that conviction there?

Rob Van Dam: Well I’ll tell ya what, definitely, just in perspective but because I know what I know I don’t feel about it the same way. Now I’m going to share with you some of the things I know. Vince wanted to add rules; he told me that he never, ever planned on making ECW anything goes. He said “Well I have to add credibility; I’ve added credibility to the rest. His idea of extreme was going to be have Kelly Kelly out there dancing somewhere in the show and then Sandman out there drinking some beers. To him that made this different than Raw and Smackdown in and edgy way. That was his version of being extreme which was crazy to me. That’s what's going to happen regardless, I was gonna be off for 30 days. When I came back did I wrestle Big Show for the title? Hell no. He kept me at the bottom of the card, the middle of the card; it took me months to work my way back up even though everybody was at those house shows to see me. I knew that and the agents would tell me every night that me and Sabu were the ones getting a reaction. Well big surprise, I already knew that but because of the genius writers and their agenda what's happening to ECW was going to happen either way. Honestly at the end of that 30 day suspension I asked for more time, I asked for more time off.

Jason Agnew : Well you know what having said that though; we mentioned cannabis earlier and that whole thing that just happened. What are your thoughts on now the WWE wellness policy testing for pot?

Rob Van Dam: Ridiculous! Ridiculous, they’re under the scrutiny of congress so they don’t really have a choice. It’s not just the WWE; it is TNA as well and from what I understand congress has their hands on everything. I think that the urine samples are being sent to congress. You know it’s out of their hands, obviously do I think it should be hot water, of course not. Since it is and they’re banning all these substances, tell ya what, they’re really making it hard to do a job like that. Most people don’t realize the pain that the body goes through being a pro wrestler just from seeing what they see, the damage in the ring. You know during a normal match every night, I’d say I’m in about 50 car crashes. What you don’t consider when you are just watching it is that you have no time to recuperate because you’re traveling to the next town, your not sleeping because you’ve got to catch that early morning flight and drive 300 miles the night before. You noly finding time to hit the gym and you don’t have energy to work out anyways so now they want to take away pain pills. They want to away muscle relaxers which you’re obviously being on a doctors prescription for that anyway. Yeah some of the boys abuse it and definitely need to get help. Other adults know how to use medicine properly and unfortunately have to suffer along with the system. They want to take away anything that helps them recuperate and heal like in the form of the steroids and they want to take away pot to help them, again pot helps everything from dealing with pain, coping to help dealing with the not getting rest and dealing stress. It’s just, it can make you feel good when you don’t feel good, and it’s a good thing. I’ll tell ya what, you think now if they ban everything, they are about to ban coffee to tell you the truth, the list of substances is so huge and I’m not saying that if you’re going to be doing a wellness program that you shouldn’t have all of these but it felt like a strong violation of my freedom. To actually have someone go into my body and take my urine from my bladder, I’m responsible, I can take care of myself and I don’t need anybody babysitting me. I’m a contractor out for hire; you know when I’m a pro wrestler. I’m there, I drive by myself for the most part, I show up at the building, I do my job and when I’m done I leave. To make it more than that when you’re still an independent contractor not an employee, it’s really onerous and the point I want to make is this really, really is going to drive a lot of wrestlers to be alcoholics. It’s really hard to drive and wrestle and maintain an athletic physic when you have to pound back beers because that’s the only thing that they’re not tested for, which by the way alcohol is one of the ten deadliest drugs we have.

Jason Agnew : So in your opinion Rob, having said all that, is the wellness policy of the WWE helping or hindering the industry?

Rob Van Dam: I would say the industry it’s helping, the boys it’s hurting. So from that perspective it just shows you it’s a business and the boys can be treated like cattle, if it’s better for the industry and it can make more money for the guys on top then they’ll do it. If the boys have suffer more because they have to drive, fly from a different airport because it’s cheaper and all that, that’s usually not even considered, it’s like screw the boys, they’re the cattle, they’re the robots that are asked to do things that most humans could never do in their wildest imagination and everything to maintain that schedule so there’s your answer. I think it’s better for the industry, I think it’s harder on the boys and there you go. Some of the guys have problems that are abusive and can’t take care of themselves, they should be pulled aside either way and dealt with and everyone knows who they are. It’s just like security at the airport, we’re not all going to blow the airplane up but because there and a few bad apples we all got to take our shoes off and bend over and get our rectal exam just to deal with public transportation.

RVD Fuckin Rules
 

commish13

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Speaking of RVD, we did an interview him for my radio show, and it's airing tomorrow night.

www.rbrwrestling.com

Subscribe on iTunes, motherhuckers!

How's that for a cheap plug?
 

Stormrider666

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I scanned through it and RVD hit the nail right on the fucking head. The hypocrisy and double standard when it comes to drugs in this country, is fucking mindblowing.
 

commish13

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Yeah, they're always phoners. Our studio is only barely big enough for the four of us as it is.
 

blinkdmb

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I don't think it should be HBK but I don't think it should be a young guy, I think it should be someone like Foley or another legend or for some real heat it could be Vince.
 

Redding

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I don't think it should be HBK but I don't think it should be a young guy, I think it should be someone like Foley or another legend or for some real heat it could be Vince.
in case you didnt know HBK is a legend....he also brings the best out of any guy he has a match with....If its not going to be Kennedy, and i dont think it should, im ok with it being Shawn him and Flair are gonna have a classic
 

mik3

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Ok, doesn't SD get taped from 8-10 then ECW is taped live?

So Chavo just had to sell the guitar shot that the crowd has no idea happened.
 

Perch1019

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So Ive been in Jamaica since Sunday, had yet to check any wrestling. Im sitting in my hotel room, totally shot and feelling like hell from all the Rum I drank this week. We get CW11 so Smackdown was on. John fucking Cena won the Royal Rumble? How the hell could that happen?
Ugh. Hes gonna win the strap back at Mania and Jeff Hardys push is over.
 

jimmyjimjimz

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So Ive been in Jamaica since Sunday, had yet to check any wrestling. Im sitting in my hotel room, totally shot and feelling like hell from all the Rum I drank this week. We get CW11 so Smackdown was on. John fucking Cena won the Royal Rumble? How the hell could that happen?
Ugh. Hes gonna win the strap back at Mania and Jeff Hardys push is over.
GOD I wish I was in Jamaica hungover on rum.

So theyre having 2 elimination chamber matches in the same night? That's gonna be crazy. They obviously can't book that many more matches now.

Oh yeah, and Cena's using his title shot at No Way Out, so theyre having an elimination chamber match to find out who's gonna fight the winner of Cena vs Orton at Wrestlemania.

OH BOY. Jessie and Chester are comming back next week. That's gonna suck. No wonder why Smackdown is so horrible.
 

PartyRock24

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'Mania 24 Plans/Spoilers, WWE Firing, Monty Brown's Status
02/01/2008 by Ryan Clark

The plan right now is for John Cena to wrestle Triple H for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania, which means Cena is winning the title from Randy Orton at No Way Out, which takes place on February 17 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. There have also been talks of doing a three-way match at WrestleMania between Cena, Triple H and Orton. Either way, Triple H and Cena are definitely going to be in the title match.

From what I understand, Dave Lagana, the former writer of ECW who was fired last week, did himself no favor by losing to TNA Impact in the Nielsen Ratings a few weeks back.

For those that have asked, Monty Brown (Marcus Cor Von) is not doing anything wrestling related at the time being. The door is open to him with WWE if he decides to return to the business.
 
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I'm not 100% sure, but I think they switched it so that ECW is now taped before Smackdown to preserve timeline continuity and keep half the crowd from leaving the arena between shows.


Ok, doesn't SD get taped from 8-10 then ECW is taped live?

So Chavo just had to sell the guitar shot that the crowd has no idea happened.
 
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It's too bad only one of the Elimination Chamber matches will be good. Khali and Viscera? Are they shitting me? What about Kane or CM Punk? If they couldn't get 6 watchable guys between Smackdown and ECW, they shouldn't have made the match. It just highlights the difference between Raw and the other 2 shows.

GOD I wish I was in Jamaica hungover on rum.

So theyre having 2 elimination chamber matches in the same night? That's gonna be crazy. They obviously can't book that many more matches now.

Oh yeah, and Cena's using his title shot at No Way Out, so theyre having an elimination chamber match to find out who's gonna fight the winner of Cena vs Orton at Wrestlemania.

OH BOY. Jessie and Chester are comming back next week. That's gonna suck. No wonder why Smackdown is so horrible.
 

jimmyjimjimz

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It's too bad only one of the Elimination Chamber matches will be good. Khali and Viscera? Are they shitting me? What about Kane or CM Punk? If they couldn't get 6 watchable guys between Smackdown and ECW, they shouldn't have made the match. It just highlights the difference between Raw and the other 2 shows.
Smackdown is horrible, so that's why they couldnt find anyone better.
 

WhiteHonkyDevil

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GOD I wish I was in Jamaica hungover on rum.

You could be worse. You could be drunk as fuck in Detroit right now.

Best part is...I don't get, nor have I ever been, hungover.

Either way......

WHY has Jericho gone to shit? I was at Vengeance when he jobbed to put Cena over (like....5 or 6 years ago), and I could never figure out why.

He ended up with the "undisputed" championship belt and still ended up cleaning Tits McGee's dogshit.

Why?

What the fuck is wrong with Jericho that he can never get a serious push?





I apologize....I'm REALLY drunk right now.