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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Donowaman on Tue Oct 19, 2010 1:47 pm

The Super Hyper Creep wrote:I guess as mankind evolved we've just become immune to things like spine busters, and pile drivers....and I dont even beleave in evolution.

But I agree, wayyyyyyyyyy to many fucked up spots.


and ROH rules. I went with Lane to see them in the city.

CM Punk vs Samoa Joe

Jay Lethal vs Lo-Key

Homicide vs Kid Cabana

Austin Aries vs That guy with the john deer logo on his trunks

Mike Kruel vs I dunno

and some other fights, and I must say it was beyond awsome.

The 5 star Punk/Joe match? That was awesome.

I just really hate how the only two options in the US seem to be TNA/WWE style or The Indy spot monkey style. Mad

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Donowaman on Tue Oct 19, 2010 2:05 pm

I've actually been contemplating going to training to be a wrestler lately. I mean, why not?

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Raske on Tue Oct 19, 2010 3:19 pm

A pro wrestler?

Because theirs no money in it and you'll have a cocaine addiction along with a ruptured disk in your lower back and a broken neck by the time you're 25.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Donowaman on Tue Oct 19, 2010 3:44 pm

Raske wrote:A pro wrestler?

Because theirs no money in it and you'll have a cocaine addiction along with a ruptured disk in your lower back and a broken neck by the time you're 25.

Free Cocaine? Sign me up!

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Apathy-san on Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:27 pm

They don't know how to sell, they try to do much, and just have overall horrible ring psychology. It's pretty simple.

And why shouldn't you become a wrestler? It's like asking yourself why you shouldn't join a gang, it rarely ends well.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by NotAnUndercoverCop on Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:10 pm

Hollywood Dang wrote:Can't belive no one named the razors edge



Laughing

To be honest I like The Last Ride and The Awesome Bomb more than The Razor's Edge.





Speaking of Undertaker I always preferred Kane's chokeslams. He always got more hang time.



...and speaking of chokeslams. Remember this?


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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Super Hyper Creep on Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:47 am

I was offerd several time to try the pro-wrestling thing. I just might one of these days.


Dono and I can form a tag team.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Hollywood Dang on Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:52 am

Why the water didn't you try it?

btw. Wrestling don't suck that much these days. The heel-section is pretty strong in the WWE: Sheamus, Alberto Del Rio and Wade Barret are pretty nice IMO, only the weak faces (Cena for example) and PG makes it suck a little.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:54 am

Donowaman wrote:What happened to matches ending from german suplexes and DDT's? bounce

this is a good point, tatanka's finishing move in the early 90's was a simple samoan drop...


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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Hollywood Dang on Wed Oct 20, 2010 4:18 am

I miss the days when Wrestlers came to destroy local jobbers.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Wed Oct 20, 2010 4:47 am

^^ It was nice when jobbers like steve lombardi got elevated to gimmick status though (brooklyn brawler, doink the clown)


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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Super Hyper Creep on Wed Oct 20, 2010 5:29 am

/fail


They didnt mention the worst jobber/ worst angle of all time.


W.C.W's very own....

THE GAMBLER !


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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Donowaman on Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:56 am

The Baron Von Vag wrote:^^ It was nice when jobbers like steve lombardi got elevated to gimmick status though (brooklyn brawler, doink the clown)


I saw him wrestle Rhyno at a WWF house show before the ECW/WCW invasion angle.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Mighty Trust Krusher on Thu Oct 21, 2010 7:35 am

The Super Hyper Creep wrote:/fail


They didnt mention the worst jobber/ worst angle of all time.


W.C.W's very own....

THE GAMBLER !


HAHAHAHAHAHA

thanks for the nostalgic lawlz.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Raske on Thu Oct 21, 2010 9:11 am

Donowaman wrote:
Raske wrote:A pro wrestler?

Because theirs no money in it and you'll have a cocaine addiction along with a ruptured disk in your lower back and a broken neck by the time you're 25.

Free Cocaine? Sign me up!

Lol, it's true though. A buddy of mine has been a pro wrestler around the indy circuit for almost 10 years now. He says that theres been plenty of times were fans will give the wrestlers cocaine/weed/ alcohol for free. Makes me want to become a pro wrestler. Cool

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Hollywood Dang on Fri Oct 22, 2010 1:43 am

OMG how could i forgett this one


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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by The Baron Von Vag on Fri Oct 22, 2010 5:19 am

So did sting rip it off of brett?...




sting didn't do it as smooth as brett, nowhere near imo..


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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Hollywood Dang on Fri Oct 22, 2010 5:36 am

Bret did the best sharpshooter, but Sting was also awesome.

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by bordimma on Tue Jan 25, 2011 8:30 am

Bumping an old thread but hay.

3-D greatest Tag team finish EVER i fucking loved that shit as a kid

Also consedirng i hate brock i fucking loved the F-5

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Grabaka on Wed Jan 26, 2011 6:37 am

tazmission and the dragon sleeper

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Re: Favorite finishing move(s)

Post by Fedizzle on Wed Jan 26, 2011 6:41 am

Dont know if its been mentioned but - Michinoku driver


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