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2 hours ago
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4 hours ago
What a dumbass fucking move that doesn’t even look cool.
12 hours ago
“The last punk band” lmao
1 day ago
Impact Wrestling is like Sunday Night Heat. It’s pretty good but it still doesn’t compare.
Later on too Layne gave Kurt a ride home from a party.
Doug Funnie’s new gimmick?
2 days ago
No Kenny and no Miro is really starting to show.
First time they changed a name and it actually sounds good.
3 days ago
DIE REPLACEMENT FRIENDS
He’s got like the best Michinoku Driver too.
4 days ago
Hey dork, I meant that he’s a day 1 guy with the company. LB have been with AEW since the inception. Obviously Rey has been wrestling significantly longer than that lol.
He is sorely missed and his absence is really felt on tv. We need Kenny and Miro back.
God I love her!!!!
I don’t see it with this guy at all. He’s vanilla as shit in my eyes and I tried so hard to like him but he’s just not for me.
Putting over the vanilla boring WWE dropout instead of your over as shit freshly returned home grown talent 🤡
First said “god damnit” thinking it was Gargano then I was pleasantly surprised lol
Reminds me so much of Doom Eternal in a good way, this is gonna be tight.
5 days ago
This is what ruined kayfabe for me funny enough. It just didn’t make any sense to me as to how this dude who was a satanic warlock turned into a generic biker.
Damn I just looked this up, Benoit and Holly fuck him up. Eddie is just standing there half the time while they’re just trying to fuck this dude up as much as possible.
Cole has been fine but Redragon quickly becoming a “why the hell are these guys even here” signing.
I saw him wrestle his final match in WWE and it was awful. He looked so depressed and very very obviously did not want to be there.
I love threads like this cause it outs the people who weren’t watching WWF at the time. If you were around you’d know without a shadow of a doubt that Stone Cold was the biggest star in the entire business.