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I only caught a few minutes of Smackdown tonight but it was the finish to the Deuce/Domino vs Yang/Shannon Moore match. Some good high flying shit.

Coach sucks. Hopefully JBL will be back announcing soon.

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Very underrated. I liked him better as Akio.

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I've always liked JWY, despite the silly gimmick.
He always does something in the rng that I
haven't seen before. JWY & MVP are the only
reasons I watch SD.

 

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JWY is one of those guys that's easy to forget about until, about halfway through one of his matches, you think "wow, he's pretty good." My girlfriend has gotten into his aerial moves the couple times we've caught him on Smackdown.

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He's yer boy.

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He's good but he's missing something.  He just doesn't draw people in.  But he's wrestled just about everywhere and is always a "solid hand".  WCW, AJPW, ROH, and now WWE.  But as far as cruiserweights go, I prefer Jamie Knoble (just gold in everything he does) and Paul London.

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srossi wrote: He's good but he's missing something.  He just doesn't draw people in.  But he's wrestled just about everywhere and is always a "solid hand".  WCW, AJPW, ROH, and now WWE.  But as far as cruiserweights go, I prefer Jamie Knoble (just gold in everything he does) and Paul London.

I see what you're saying, because re JWY I just don't give a damn.  I'm glad a guy like him is getting over to a point, and kudos to the man for making THE DEFINITION of "bad gimmick" work.  But I still fail to give a damn.  He's missing something, for sure.  And I'd definitely rether watch Noble or London.  Or Kendrick or Chavo.



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