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Tamer

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  1. Paige is a horrible wrestler and the praise she gets baffles me.

    1. BrendenPlayz

      BrendenPlayz

      If Paige is a horrible wrestler what does that make Dana Brooke?

    2. Flynn

      Flynn

      I think she's good. 

    3. Jonathan

      Jonathan

      Paige isn't spectacular by any means, but's she's a good serviceable wrestler.

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  2. KENTA & Taiji Ishimori vs Naomichi Marufuji & Kota Ibushi from NOAH Summer Navigation '07. Honestly one of the best tag team matches I've ever seen, the chemistry between the four is just ridiculous and the sequences were flawless. If you have a spare 20 minutes or so I'd definitely recommend checking this match out.
  3. Rich Swann and Akira Tozawa vs. The Brian Kendrick and Noam Dar (with Alicia Fox) Kevin Owens (c) vs. Goldbore for the WWE Universal Championship Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman Neville (c) vs. Jack Gallagher for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson (c) vs. Enzo Amore and Big Cass for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair for the WWE Raw Women's Championship Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax Sami Zayn vs. Samoa Joe
  4. That Cena/Miz segment, my god. I'd much rather we get a 1v1 match at Mania between the two, honestly.

  5. It saddens me that Aries is going to waste away in the Cruiserweight division. He should be on SmackDown along with Brian Kendrick and Neville.

     

    1. Echo Wilson

      Echo Wilson

      I hope this is just transition. I feel like Aries is so much better than most of the Cruiserweight roster so he deserves to be in the same place as Kendrick, Perkins, Swann and Neville. Maybe if Aries impresses on 205 Live he'll be the one to beat Neville when the day comes.

    2. Ross

      Ross

      Think he will go in a rivalry with Tony Nese to start of with. After the interview they had a few weeks back 

  6. I feel numb. I can't even be angry anymore lmfaoooooo

  7. The chase.

    1. Kieron

      Kieron

      tried to click a youtube video, notification for this came up and forced me to read. k.

  8. More than hyped to see Pete Dunne win the Post Brexit European Championship.

  9. And now.

     

    We wait.

     

    #EVOLVE

  10. Had no idea Survivor Series was this Sunday. I don't care at all for WWE right now.

    1. Nebakos7

      Nebakos7

      I agree with Bailey, the build up hasn't been that enthusiastic but the match card gives the PPV the potential to be the best of the year.

    2. Tamer

      Tamer

      It does yeah. The Cruiserweight and Intercontinental Championship matches have really high stakes to them which I like (even though for Ziggler and Kendrick the timing couldn't be worse considering they just began their title runs), I'm also looking forward to TakeOver Toronto, mainly for The Revival vs DIY and Nakamura/Joe II. 

    3. Isaiah Carter

      Isaiah Carter

      Wtf, I thought it was a ways away

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  11. Apologise for not being on these past three days, had a few things to deal with irl. I'm back though.

     

    Also, fuck Donald Trump.

  12. Doomsday.

     

    And. So. It. Begins.

    1. Slim

      Slim

      Hopefully it ends there too :cena2 

  13. "TRIPLE MAIN EVENT, THERE'S THREE MAIN EVENTS"

     

    No. There's one main event. There's always been one main event, it's the match that goes on fucking last.

  14. My RAW Review/Rant. It's been terrible for months now and deserves to be ripped to shreds. Would appreciate a read. http://brendenplayz.com/forums/index.php?/topic/14347-monday-night-raw-discussion-102416/&do=findComment&comment=188991

     

  15. Here's some real unpopular opinion: I am in no way excited to watch Kevin Owens vs Chris Jericho, better not, Chris Jericho should not even get a match for the Universal Championship. I'm sure his promos and witty comebacks would be all fine and dandy, but in the ring, he bores me to absolute tears. The guy moves around like a robot. I wouldn't mind runs with the US or Tag Team Championships seeing as the workrate is considerably higher in the midcard meaning he'd have better matches, but not a World title.
  16. JBL was the best part about James Ellsworth vs AJ Styles but will never get any credit for it.

    1. Nebakos7

      Nebakos7

      The "no chin music" call by Otunga has to be one of the greatest calls ever haha

  17. Goldberg's return gave me goosebumps. Amazing.

    1. Nebakos7

      Nebakos7

      I agree, the amazing crowd made the moment that much better.

  18. Leafy sounds like he's saying swear words for the first time in his life every time he curses.

    1. Marvsta

      Marvsta

      Damn... Honestly Leafy, Keemstar and the rest of those plebecites need to just quit.. they are a cancer

    2. Alyx Wilde

      Alyx Wilde

      Lmao agreed, really an unbearable guy overall.

    3. gill

      gill

      I like Leafy's content

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  19. TNA World Heavyweight Championship One of the most prestigious world titles on the planet. Awarded to the competitor who's proven to be the absolute zenith of the IMPACT zone, holding such a prize is one step closer to immortalization. Current Champion - Rob Van Dam - Defeated AJ Styles on the 303th edition of TNA iMPACT! Defenses V1 - Desmond Wolfe @ iMPACT 305 in 3 minutes V2 - AJ Styles @ TNA Sacrifice 2010 in 24 minutes (AJ's rematch clause) V3 - Matt Morgan, Samoa Joe and Sting @ iMPACT 309 in 4 minutes and 54 seconds V4 - Sting @ Slammiversary VIII in 10 minutes and 55 seconds V5 - Abyss, Jeff Hardy and Mr Anderson @ Victory Road 2010 in 12 minutes and 29 seconds V6 - Abyss w/ Eric Bischoff as Special Guest Referee in a Stairway to Janice Match @ iMPACT 319 in 17 minutes and 12 seconds TNA X-Division Championship 225lb and under weight cap. Heavy focus on high risk-centric action, though wrestlers such as Samoa Joe have proven to be outliers. Generally host to the most exciting matches on the show. Current Champion - Douglas Williams (2nd reign) - Defeated Kazarian @ TNA Sacrifice 2010. Defenses V1 - Brian Kendrick @ Slammiversary VIII in 9 minutes and 35 seconds V2 - Brian Kendrick @ Victory Road 2010 in a Ultimate X Submission match in 10 minutes and 6 seconds V3 - Sabu @ No Surrender 2010 in 11 minutes and 13 seconds TNA Global Championship To be defended once every 2 weeks on iMPACT Television, essentially acts as an openweight division for all wrestlers on the roster to compete in. Condition - 20 successful defenses grants the holder a TNA World Heavyweight Championship match at an iMPACT episode or PPV of their choosing. Current Champion - AJ Styles - Defeated Booker T @ TNA Destination X 2009 Defenses V1 - Kevin Nash by DQ @ iMPACT 252 in 5 minutes and 35 seconds V2 - Booker T @ TNA Sacrifice 2009 in a I Quit match - 16 minutes 47 seconds TNA Tag Team Championships Awarded to the very best tag team on the roster. Can be defended under freebird rules. Current Champions - Motor City Machine Guns Defenses V1 - Beer Money Inc @ iMPACT 317 - Steel Cage Match (8:18) V2 - Beer Money @ iMPACT 318 - Ultimate X Match (9:55) V3 - Beer Money @ iMPACT 319 - Two out of Three Falls (16:23) V4 - Generation Me @ TNA No Surrender (12:51) V5 - Generation Me @ TNA Bound For Glory 2010 (12:50) V6 - Ink Inc and Generation Me @ iMPACT 329 (5:50) V7 - Team 3D - Turning Point 2010 (17:07) TNA Knockouts Champion Awarded to the best women's wrestler on iMPACT. Current champion - Madison Rayne - Defeated Tara on the 327th edition of iMPACT. Defenses None thus far.
  20. Introduction. "What If?" A question that’s become almost synonymous with the Orlando based promotion known as Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, as we look now in 2016 as the company’s fate is left retched into the hands of the one responsible for it’s inevitable demise, Dixie Carter. What was once a promising concept brought to life in 2002, bringing a unique alternative to WWE’s brand of sports entertainment by combining fast paced, enthralling wrestling in the “X-Division” along with compelling storylines and drama, is now looked upon years later with an permanent asterisk next to it’s legacy thanks to poor judgement on the part of upper brass by bringing in individuals (Hogan and Bischoff) onto the TNA payroll who solely wanted to give themselves a “last hurrah” so to speak, rather than lead the company into prosperity using their undeniable drawing power to attract new viewers and expand it’s market. But did you know that Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff weren’t the only ones offered managerial power in TNA back then? That’s right. Paul Heyman, in 2010 came extremely close to ushering in the dangerous regime on iMPACT Wrestling but a deal never fell through due to him and the Carters having a complete different vision on what TNA should’ve been at the time. Heyman described this as one of many “series of flirtations” he had with the promotion contacting him ever since he left WWE in 2006, after similarly with TNA, Heyman and Vince McMahon both saw differently with WWE's rendition of Paul Heyman's ECW on Sci Fi which needless to say for anyone who's familiar with it, did not end well. Paul Heyman said to have wanted a Dana White esque say in the role of the company, meaning he'd have full creative control in regards to the presentation of the product, who competed on it, the poster boy and how it would run on a week by week basis. It was to be shown in a completely different contrast as to what the WWE was promoting at the time by instead offering a youth-oriented product. However as we now know, Heyman's vision never came to fruition as TNA rejected the premise and instead opted to bring in one of men responsible for Professional Wrestling's boom period Hulk Hogan, along with Eric Bischoff. Unfortunately this move proved to be fatal as the duo managed to bastardise the TNA name, making irresponsible and reckless decisions such as moving IMPACT to Monday nights in an attempt to compete with RAW, significantly less quality wrestling, corny segments and over-saturating the shows with themselves rather than putting over the talent. To put it shortly, Hogan and Bischoff at the helm was so much of a disaster that even 6 years later TNA is still suffering from the side effects financially. A vision dead. Though many names who defined TNA in the 2000's such as Samoa Joe, AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels and even the founder Jeff Jarrett were forced to walk away, it wasn't all doom and gloom. Under the Hogan banner we saw Bobby Roode's ascension to main event glory after he blasted his longtime friend James Storm with a beer bottle to win the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in an act of treachery, Austin Aries introducing Option C as a way to elevate the X-Division wrestlers that wouldn't get a title shot otherwise, the career renaissance of former WWE developmental rookie Derrick Bateman as Ethan Carter III and Matt Hardy's transformation into brokenness which saved them from completely plummeting into the ground. But none of this was enough to save them from the mess they were in or even drown out the damage that was done. While the ruling family in TNA had no problem with my salary request, my ownership demands, my concepts, etc. etc., they didn't want to implement as much of a youth-oriented product as I was looking for and I balked at it. I have no regrets about that. At the end of the day, they were happier being a WWE-lite promotion than they were branding themselves something different as TNA. - Heyman in 2014. But again, what if? What if instead, the Carters had ultimately taken the more worthwhile risk and let Heyman's creativity loose with the keys to the kingdom? What if we were given the new youth dominated TNA as opposed to the old remnants of the Monday Night Wars era running the show? Could things have gone differently? Would the conversation we're having today instead be over a different promotion due to iMPACT taking the wrestling world by storm? No more what if's. We find out now.

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