Well, Cole (Hardcore Legend) is coming back to the WS. I'm a lot smarter than I was in 2007 and 2008, but I'm back with a new attitude. I'm tired of all these kids who are ruining the section by posting idiotic stuff like "BRING BACK THE ATTITUDE ERA!" or "CENA SUX! ORTON RULEZ!" and my personal favorite "OMG WHO IS HOTTER? CENA OR ORTON?". This wasn't what the WS was about in 2007, so I'm going to do my best to improve it (and insult certain members intelligence along the way). BTW, I'm not Rated R, I'm not addicted Jerichohol, and I'm not part of the Age of Orton or the Cenation. I'm part of one of the fastest growing fan bases in the U.S...the Ring of Honor fanbase. Wrestling Fans > WWE Fans Want to be part of the most organized, well run, greatest E-Fed of all time? Well check out Classic Wrestling Federation (CWF). Follow this link and experience the what a REAL E-Fed is all about http://www.freewebs.com/tcwf/index.htm
On his blog, JR said it was "harmless", but do you think there's more to it than that? Are they scouting for talent. Are they looking to steal some ideas? Is there a possible Dragon Gate/WWE working relationship going on? What do you think?4 AnswersWrestling1 decade ago
No cheating. You either know it or you don't.
This wrestler is a former ROH World Heavyweight Champion and WWE Cruiserweight Champion.
He was in WCW as part of the Jung Dragons, and feuded with 3 Count.
He won the Ring of Honor World Heavyweight Title after a 4 Way match against CM Punk, Samoa Joe, and Christopher Daniels. He lost the title a little over 30 days later to Bryan Danielson.
The name he goes by now is different from his Independent Name.
Name the wrestler and give me both of his names.
SQ, please don't answer. I know that you already know.
No cheating, either you know or you don't.
He's a former ROH Champion.
He's had 2 classic matches with Samoa Joe, one of which was given a 5 Star Match, which was the first 5 star match Dave Meltzer gave to an American match in 7 years.
He wrestled Terry Funk in a dog collar match.
He's been in many different promotions, like PWG, IWA, ROH, TNA, and Japanese promotions.
Who is it?
Hint: The answer is more obvious than you think.11 AnswersWrestling1 decade ago
Now that they have HDNet, ROH has really been able to showcase their talent. But before, their feuds with CZW and NOAH really put them on the map. What am I asking is do you think another feud with another company would be good for them? And if so, who would you like to see them feud with?5 AnswersWrestling1 decade ago
Does it really matter? WWE is (or is supposed to be) about WRESTLING. Not cussing, not sex, not hardcore matches, but wrestling. This little PG stint is supposed to improve the WWE's image after the Benoit Incident. But it shouldn't matter, because TRUE wrestling fans should watch a WRESTLING show because of the WRESTLING.
NEWS FLASH: The Attitude Era is dead. It should stay that way. Sure, the Monday Night Wars were cool, and brought some of the best wrestling out of both companies, but the "Attitude Era" brought in too many casual smarks who just wanted to see Stone Cold cussing, The Rock crack some jokes, DX talk about their *****, and Sable showing off her **** (which I didn't mind, personally).
Again, am I just coming out of left field here or do you agree that it doesn't matter?
BTW, I'm not a parent nor a Pro-FCC person, I'm just a teenager.12 AnswersWrestling1 decade ago
I don't mean from a WWE perspective (but that's fine too, I mean a TNA perspective. Ever since Angle signed with them, TNA has stood for Total Nonstop Angle. Is anyone else glad that a fresh face will probably rise to the top guy in TNA?
BTW, if you didn't know, Angle's contract is expiring and probably won't re-sign.
Joe vs Punk II is too easy, let's go outside the box.6 AnswersWrestling1 decade ago
He was one of the originals of the X-Division and helped put it on the map, and I'm personally glad he's back. What about you guys?
I mean the biggest star of that decade, going all the way back to the 60's. So kind of make it in this format.
60's- Bruno Sammartino
70's- Harley Race
80's- Hulk Hogan
90's- Steve Austin
00's- John Cena
Those are mine. Who are yours?10 AnswersWrestling1 decade ago
He was one of the biggest stars in the 70's and 80's, and helped put the NWA on the map (before Ric Flair I might add). He's a 7 time World Champion and did both in America and Japan. Why isn't that he rarely get's the respect he deserves from fans today?
I'm sure ALL of you know about his accident in the prime of his career. Do you think if it wasn't for his accident, he would have been a World Champion?