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 Posted: Sat May 23rd, 2020 06:28 pm
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Blazer wrote: Great summary by Tamalie. JCP really did drive the angles down everyone’s throats. All of their programs were intertwined. To
They’d replay the angles, but most importantly every interview had a purpose to push angles, even if the wrestler wasn’t involved. I’m watching the 8/15/87 Sat Night show and Ivan Koloff comes out, and all he does is talk about the upcoming Flair vs Ronnie Garvin match and the Dusty vs Luger Weaver-lock challenge coming up.

It seemed like the rule in every JCP interview was that you had to put over at least three other guys. Ric Flair could start a promo about nothing much, and three minutes later there were four contenders, and you wanted to see every one of them fight Flair.

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