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  • August 21, 2016
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    by Jay Hunter

    NXT Takeover Brooklyn II August 20, 2016 Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York Austin Aries vs. No Way Jose – Jose’s tee is “No Way -Jose”. That friggin’ hyphen. Does Jose say “No Way” a lot? 😛 I’m not a fan of his dance spot, it’s real house show gimmick and he got Aries to do it (at the Dublin house show anyway) …

  • July 16, 2016
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    by Jay Hunter

    On June 22nd, WWE announced a WWE Network-exclusive new show, Cruiserweight Classic (CWC) that’ll air for 10 weeks every Wednesday after NXT, culminating with a live 2-hour special on September 14. A quick 3 weeks later, let’s see how their innoggeral episode went down! Format & Setup: 32 man single-elimination tournament. This week was 4 random 1st round matches. Filmed at Full Sail University …

  • June 15, 2016
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    by Jay Hunter

    Click here for Part 1! • Bobby Roode v Shinsuke Nakamura Kinda devastated, we missed both of their entrances, we were out getting drinks and in the smoking area. But we met fans ther which was way better! After the show one of our brahs showed us his video of the entrance and you couldn’t see anything amonst the sea of marking out, lol. …

  • March 13, 2016
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    by Jay Hunter

    WWE Roadblock March 12th, 2016 Ricoh Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Isn’t it great to have a WWE live event on a Saturday? WWE decided to televise the Toronto house show, as they’re looking to increase their live content on the Network (and more reasons to subscribe) as they continue to move away from traditional PPV. It also serves as a stop-gap in storylines between …

  • March 13, 2016
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    by Jay Hunter

    Click here for Part 1! Natalya vs Charlotte (c) for the Diva’s Championship A rematch of Charlotte’s first main roster bout! I expected Nattie (whom I love) to complement Charlotte well but it was a pretty nothing match. Loved Nattie’s New Gen Bret & Owen shirt. Annoyed with Nattie absolutely no-selling a figure four, robotically shouting “no” at Charlotte. John Cena/Cinder block levels of …

  • December 10, 2015
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    by Jay Hunter

      Format: Much in the same vein as recent WWE Home Video releases (Attitude Era, nWo etc), this release is replete with a montage of talking heads with short snippets saying generic compliments “He was always a good guy”, “just a great wrestler” etc. Running Time: Even though Owen’s entire career was 13 years, this documentary clocks in at 1hr 7m, like the …