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Post by Ocelot » Mon Aug 19, 2019 4:15 pm

I don't give a fuck if it's a Netflix show, the 3rd season of GLOW had two legit *** star matches with Zoya vs the Ghost of Christmas yet to come legit getting me to pop so y'all should check this shit out now.

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Post by Bandit » Tue Aug 20, 2019 12:57 am

Cody won't have time to walk Pharaoh anymore.

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Post by Ocelot » Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:58 am

Small bit of news-ish....
My friends in the business down in the southern US are reporting a scary trend - kids are being trained to deliver and take backbreaker-type moves completely wrong and there's a rise in injuries pertaining to these moves as a result. If you know people in the business please pass this along. Thanks.

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Post by Dr. Zoidberg » Wed Sep 11, 2019 3:07 pm



Duran Duran, nice.

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Post by Big Boss Man » Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:07 am

Yea it's a good collection of vinyl right there.

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Post by Bandit » Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:40 pm

By most accounts, it appeared CazXL’s life and career were headed in a new direction. Since his WWE release and a scary incident at a House of Hardcore show last December where he suffered a seizure, the former Big Cass has opened up about his drinking problem and mental health issues. He met with Diamond Dallas Page, and the results of a new training and diet regimen were evident from his look. Just the other day, he was telling the media he was in contact with WWE, and open to returning without his controversial friend & tag partner nZo (fka Enzo Amore).

But based on fan accounts being shared on social media and this report on PWInsider about his Saturday night (Sept. 14) at the WrestlePro show at the Rahway Rec Center in New Jersey, it seems there’s still plenty of reasons to be concerned about the direction of Caz’s life and career.

The Return to Rahway event was a farewell to WrestlePro owner Pat Buck, who recently signed on as a producer with WWE. Unfortunately, while the night eventually went as planned for Buck, first he had to physically confront & restrain the seven footer after several incidents caused by Cass’ “‘aggressive and erratic’ backstage over the course of the evening”.

Examples in the PWInsider report include:

-Confronting Joey Janela over Janela’s run-in with nZo at a Blink-182 concert in July. This despite the two having been in the same Northeast Wrestling locker room the night before without incident.

-Cass continued to “be loud and belligerent towards Janela” even after WrestlePro booker Kevin “KM” Matthews intervened. Janela’s opponent on the card, Dan Maff, got involved and threatened to “handle the situation”. That was defused by moving Janela and Maff to separate room so they could put together their match away from Cass.

-He then proceeded to accuse others in the locker room of stealing his sweater, and threatening to “take care” of everyone backstage.

-That led to the incident with Buck. Cass got involved with Buck and Janela’s fellow AEW stars SCU, who were working on the main event segment. He accused them all of stealing his stuff, and allegedly dared Buck to do something about it and spat in the owner’s face.

Buck is said to have taken Cass down with one punch. As he was being restrained, Insider’s sources say “his entire demeanor changed as he went from aggressive and threatening to questioning why he was hit and asking what was going on”. Local police who happened to be at the building were asked by the promotion to escort him out, and did so.

Obviously, this led to a lot of ill will backstage. The sentiment is that WrestlePro was giving Cass a chance to continue to rehabilitate his image with a surprise appearance in the show’s battle royal, and instead he was unprofessional and disrespectful.

Based on these reports, and his previous disclosures about substance abuse and mental illness, there’s reason to believe this wasn’t simply a case of Cass being unprofessional. Stories from outside the Rahway Rec Center, which include his “loudly making remarks about himself to the point that concerned authorities called for an ambulance to take Cass to transport him to a local hospital” only emphasize the point that man is struggling with more than just his job

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Post by Big Boss Man » Mon Sep 16, 2019 2:06 am

Yea that doesn't sound good. If he does want to go back to WWE or go to AEW, Impact etc that type of behaviour isn't going to endear him to Vince and co. But this seems like that he's acting out of character so hopefully he gets the medical help he needs. Not cool to hear stories like that.

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Post by Ocelot » Mon Sep 16, 2019 7:31 am

And once again I feel like a big piece of shit if wondering some carney-ass thought this would be a great fucking way to work everyone in order to drum up business somehow. Because this shit happens at a certain indy level. I've seen in.
Really, really hoping I'm just being paranoid.

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Post by Bandit » Mon Sep 16, 2019 8:01 am

Doing a Brian Pillman doesn't even work in 2019.

All the major companies already don't want him because Enzo is a piece of shit. If he's going to be crazy too nobody is going to want him. WWE, AEW and ROH are all corporate wrestling. Nobody is going to take a chance on a liability anymore when a billion dollar corporation owns them. And he's not what indy fans like so he isn't going to make money there.

He's said he's bipolar so he just had an episode, no working.

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