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 Posted: Sat Jul 22nd, 2017 09:43 am
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khawk wrote: Arnold_OldSchool wrote: http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/awaqandareview/

Greg Gagne, Jim Brunzell and Larry "The Ax" Hennig take questions from a raucous group of fans. Topics include: Tall tales from working in Japan, money today compared to the old days, Hennig roughing up Brunzell when he was a rookie, why Brunzell hates George Scott, behind the scenes of filming "The Wrestler", Bobby Heenan's drinking, the full and epic story of the night Mad Dog Vachon tried to leap from an airplane full of wrestlers, why Gagne quit wrestling, plus more tales of wrestling wars, failed territorial takeovers and more!

"Gagne had wars with Mad Dog Vachon. Verne told him to work stiff or else Vachon would eat him out."
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/wwfatmsg12185/
The WWF charges into MSG with a card featuring a triple main event of sorts as Andre the Giant collides with the mighty Ken Patera, JYD aligns with Jimmy Snuka to tangle with Roddy Piper and Bob Orton in a Texas Tornado tag team bout, plus Tito Santana grapples with IC champion Greg Valentine. The rest of the card is brutally bad as Bret Hart, Don Muraco, Blackjack Mulligan, the Spoiler, Big John Studd and others face lesser talents in uninspiring encounters.

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I've been very slowly watching WWF on the Network starting at 1996. I'm up to King of the Ring 2000. The build-up to that PPV is some of the best wrestling television I've ever seen. There's so much going on. I love that everyone has more than one rival at a time, and that mid-carders and tag teams are able to get main event rub by proxy. No one comes off as being a jobber, the wins mean something and having the KotR tournament in the background keeps everything going so that they didn't throw out meaningless matches.

If they could combine that level of writing with the in-ring talent they have today, I'd be a very happy bunny.



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 Posted: Fri Jul 28th, 2017 01:14 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/kevinsullivannwotimeline/

Kevin Sullivan covers the backstage madness that he endured while trying to book WCW while dealing with Hulk Hogan's politics, Hall and Nash's own ideas for the NWO, Eric Bischoff focusing more on ending the WWF than bettering WCW, the relationship between Brian Pillman and Steve Austin, heat with David Hasselhoff, issues with the Road Warriors, the NWO expanding with jabronis, drug stories, heat with Benoit over Woman, and much more!

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 Posted: Sat Jul 29th, 2017 02:09 am
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Kriss wrote: I've been very slowly watching WWF on the Network starting at 1996. I'm up to King of the Ring 2000. The build-up to that PPV is some of the best wrestling television I've ever seen. There's so much going on. I love that everyone has more than one rival at a time, and that mid-carders and tag teams are able to get main event rub by proxy. No one comes off as being a jobber, the wins mean something and having the KotR tournament in the background keeps everything going so that they didn't throw out meaningless matches.

If they could combine that level of writing with the in-ring talent they have today, I'd be a very happy bunny.

Just curious, as I'm big into thorough re-watches lately.  How are you going about watching this? You talk about the buildup, so I'm assuming you're watching Raws and not just the PPVs.  Have you watched every Raw since 1996?
If so, that's incredible.  How long has that taken?



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 Posted: Sat Jul 29th, 2017 05:19 am
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Blazer wrote: Kriss wrote: I've been very slowly watching WWF on the Network starting at 1996. I'm up to King of the Ring 2000. The build-up to that PPV is some of the best wrestling television I've ever seen. There's so much going on. I love that everyone has more than one rival at a time, and that mid-carders and tag teams are able to get main event rub by proxy. No one comes off as being a jobber, the wins mean something and having the KotR tournament in the background keeps everything going so that they didn't throw out meaningless matches.

If they could combine that level of writing with the in-ring talent they have today, I'd be a very happy bunny.

Just curious, as I'm big into thorough re-watches lately.  How are you going about watching this? You talk about the buildup, so I'm assuming you're watching Raws and not just the PPVs.  Have you watched every Raw since 1996?
If so, that's incredible.  How long has that taken?


All the Smackdowns too. We didn't get Smackdown in the UK until much later. I cheat though, I skip through almost all the matches,so each show only takes 20-30 minutes. I have it on when I'm going through old-timey rassling results in online newspapers, so I'm not just sitting down watching it. The in-ring action for 2000 was pretty average at best for the most part.



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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/dvdvrsmidsouthwrestlingvolume5review/

Dusty Rhodes partners with big Hacksaw Duggan to face off with Hercules and Butch Reed in a bunkhouse brawl, Jim Cornette gives us a prime example of how a manager should try to wrestle, plus the Fantastics tangle with Bobby Eaton and Dennis Condrey, and Chris Adams attempts to overtake the monstrous Killer Khan!

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Been watching some AAW from 2015. Just finished the United we stand show. I've never seen much of Kingston before but he came across like he legit hates everyone. Hero v Tomasso was far and away the match of the night.



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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/jimcornettewcwtimeline1990/

Jim Cornette takes us through Jim Herd and Ole Anderson's sinking of WCW in 1990. Topics include: Corny's role in getting the Undertaker to the big time, Ric Flair getting heat for setting TV rating records, the moment Herd lost the faith of the wrestlers, how WCW's security staff ruined the biggest match of the year, many stories of WCW incompetence, the Midnight Express' big angle that was scrapped by Herd after it was filmed, why Eddie Gilbert was fired from the creative team, ROBOCOP, Corny hurting himself to avoid trouble with the cops, the night a wrestler challenged a convicted murderer while in jail in the deep south, The saga of the BLACK SCORPION, locker room orgies, Corny's plan to use a gun in Herd's office when he quit and much more!

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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/bruceprichardwwftimeline1990/

Bruce Prichard covers the happenings in the WWF in 1990. Topics include: The origins of Brother Love, the Rockers real life brawls with one another, adventures with Damien the snake, a crazy Randy Savage/Elizabeth story, trying to normalize the Ultimate Warrior for the mainstream, defending the WWF giving guys bad gimmicks, racial angles of the era, a funny story involving Slim Jims and the Ultimate Warrior, the origins of the Undertaker gimmick, a legend's gimmick name is created while on the toilet and more!

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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/reviewing-bruiser-brody-wrestlings-last-rebel/

The wild life and brutal death of Bruiser Brody is covered through interviews with his widow, Stan Hansen, Tony Atlas, Dutch Mantel, Dave Meltzer, Abdullah the Butcher and many others who knew Brody. Atlas' retelling of the moments surrounding Brody's murder is intense.

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