Discussion in 'Community' started by heels1785
, Nov 6, 2017.
In what way?
Well they'd likely be worried about packing whatever venues they book as well as ratings.
https://gfycat.com/HeftyEcstaticFruitbat ospreay is insane
Not surprised, but KENTA is interested in returning to Japan. He'll have no problem walking back into NOAH.
By that token, if they were selling goldfish that might be different, because they'd likely be worried about selling high numbers of goldfish as well as ratings.
Triple H has challenged Jinder to a match in India.
Guess AJ isn't dropping the title.
okada worked an aussie indy last night highlights are up on mcitywrestling on snapchat but was over huge and after the match was talking to the crowd about who he should bring next time out of tanahashi/naito/omega. bad luck fale also worked the event
Did you go to the event? You should've made us proud bizzbizz and turned heel on Okada.
by the time i found out he was here tickets sold out they had to change venues and sold the 750 tickets in about 5minutes. also after watching the video on snapchat and how nice and humble he was i now like him before i honestly felt he was kind of over rated
someone from reddit's pics of okada from said event
There is always next time, young bizzbizz
Bischoff just put out an interesting tweet "Game has changed. Stay tuned"
forgot too add fale added his tagteam member at the event mr juicy into bullet club so looks like there is now an aussie in bullet club
Rumor of possibly Hogan being at WK12. I doubt it, but I can see it. He was more of a NJPW guy than he ever was an American Wrestling figure until AWA and WWF.
I hope not. At this point, Hogan is more poison than help.
Edit: Styles cutting a promo, re - building the ground work for the Champion vs Champion match vs Brock at Survivor Series.
You can make the argument that NJPW made Hogan in the 80s, which is what got the attention of WWF.
According to Dave Meltzer, Omega's new NJPW deal will give him a creative voice in his angles and a bigger pay increase.
He won't be walking into WWE, unless Vince gives him creative control.
And that's not going to happen.
I think some talent in WWE are allowed creative input, because Vince trusts them, but I highly doubt anyone has it written into their contract.
The NWA "10 Pounds of Gold" shorts were really well done.
Really has my interest and the hope that Corgan can make it work.
VOW seem to have the scoop, which they aren't revealing, on when the Ibushi vs Omega match will take place. Said that the plan was to do it at WK until Jericho happened. Which I don't blame them for going with Jericho. You have to in those circumstances.
Anyway, if I was going to make a guess going by how they were hinting, I'd say they'll be doing it at Long Beach. Makes sense. Bigger venue this time. US belt on the line. It will be the main event of that show. Built around that match even. Easy sell out.
And the idea of doing that match in America with all those years of build up is a big deal.
Ishii either on a soap box or on Gedo's shoulders watching Ospreay vs Sabre at Global Wars UK.
I thought there was a little too much Billy Corgan and not enough promotion of talent (I guess the goal was to get the belt, Storm, Magnus Aldis and CWfH over), but yes they were good.
Just thinking out loud, NWA would look much better than a sticker covering GFW....
according too meltzer Eric Bischoff was announced last night as the new co-owner of Cleveland Knights Championship Wrestling and the Director of Wrestling Operations. He will debut at the 2/9 show in Parma, OH to address the locker room and talk about his vision for the company.
Also according to Meltzer:
The Shield vs. New Day match for Survivor Series is official and there will be angles likely on both Monday and Tuesday building the match. The New Day came home with the Raw crew to be at TV on Monday rather than work the final show of the tour in Florence, Italy today with the Smackdown crew.
Oo-er, this should be interesting.
Supposedly The Shield will invade Smackdown. I hope it is just them and Asuka.