I have no major problem with Kurt these days (like I have these past 5-6 years), I'm mostly indifferent to him and he's just sort of 'there' with me, but his matches with JJ last year were fucking awesome, and I credit most of that to Dos Js. The Kurt / Jarret feud back in 2008(?) was really fucking great too actually. These guys should feud more.
Originally Posted By: demento613
To me the best wrestler has the total pakage, and while AJ can wrestle and be a spot monkey, (which to me, ruins any credit of being an actual wrestler), he is piss poor on the microphone.
For me right now, in TNA anyways, the total package (ability, promos, look, charisma, etc) is easily Bully Ray. He was totally re-born in a way I never thought possible at this stage of his career. He's in the best shape of his life, His interviews are brilliant and he knows his character. I fucking hate him, because he's the best heel in wrestling, and he had the 2nd best match in TNA last year (LMS vs. Styles).
I'd love to see him win the TNA title and see what he could do with it, would certainly be interesting finding out if he could carry the ball at the top rather than at the moment be the nearly man.
Jeff Jarrett, from his return after Jill's death up until he fucked off to India, was also in this catagory.
I think Bully is good, but I don't think good enough to carry a company.
1)Rosie Jones 2)Sara Jean Underwood 3)Emma Glover 4)Megan Fox 5)Candice Swanepoel 6)Michelle McCool 7)Barbie Blank 8)Kate Upton 9)Hayden Panettierre 10)Miranda Kerr
#3691991 - 02/25/1205:26 PMRe: The Wrestling Thread (Version 31) AKA The Cheetah7000 Thread
Online reports have indicated that there are a number of disgruntled wrestlers within the WWE locker room upset with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson stealing the spotlight at WrestleMania XXVIII since he is not a full-time performer. Former WWE talent Shane Helms (a/k/a The Hurricane) added his two cents on the matter via Twitter and said those people should quit complaining.
"FTR, anybody in the WWE locker room that is bitching about The Rock's involvement in WrestleMania needs to stop being a douche! He's earned it!" the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion wrote Friday. "WrestleMania has always had celebrity involvement and if the the celebrity this year happens to actually be a GREAT pro wrestler, it's a win!!"
Fellow former WWE star Lance Storm, who earlier said Johnson's detractors should "shut up," added, "If the dude will draw more money, he deserves the spot. Absolutely. And he WILL draw more money, end of story."
Johnson caught wind of their statements Saturday morning. He wrote to them: "Incredible to me how many of the boys don't get the "business" part of our business."
#3694865 - 02/27/1203:55 AMRe: The Wrestling Thread (Version 31) AKA The Cheetah7000 Thread
During WWE’s press conference to announce that WrestleMania XXIX would be held in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Sunday, April 7, 2013, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson vowed to appear at the event and “electrify MetLife Stadium like never before.”
Sources within WWE have confirmed that Johnson will be competing at the event.
Since I heard about Rock at next years show, I've been thinking about it for a few weeks now, and hope that WM29 will host match #2 in the Rock / Cena trilogy.
Rock wins in Miami, Cena in Jersey, and the rubber match at WM 30
The Rock's scheduled for a match at SummerSlam as well. Which makes me wonder (in a "what if" way, not like it would seriously happen), but if Triple H turns at Mania and ends the streak, it would be interesting to see a SummerSlam headlined by Rock and Triple H.
Wouldnt even have to have Triple H beat the Undertaker, actually. A HHH vs Rock match in 2012, would totally get me interested.
But then again, I'm all for anything that keeps the “Oh, he didn’t shake my hand backstage. He's stealing my spotlight. Wah wah!” cunts annoyed. . .
You just have to look at Melina and Morrison last year to see the mentality of the wrestlers these days. Some of them actually think if the Rock wasn't on WrestleMania, that they'd be on the card somehow. If it isnt the Rock, they'd find someone else. Whether its Lesnar, Austin or even a celebrity name. The wrestlers themselves dont seem to know the business anymore, which is shocking. The Rock even tweeted to Lance Storm and Hurricane (who for whatever your opinion of them, always knew what their role in the business was) that "these wrestlers dont get the BUSINESS part of it". Wrestling is supposed to con the marks into watching a pretend fight for their entertainment and to make the wrestlers a nice living. Not so Curt Hawkins can get a WrestleMania moment and hope he can get a defying moment figure from Mattel.
And the best thing is, Cena is one of the one's who gets that, but they are playing it up to further a storyline. Most of those bitching about the Rock have been worked into a shoot and actually believe he's bad for business. Fucking idiots.
Keibs' Oscar Statue outfit is alright, but the dude in the background has made a much stronger effort. And if it's her attempt at a Marlena, she's getting trumped by a quality Clarence Mason on the right.