Idk about you, but “Smack Talker/ Skywalker" goes straight to my resume.
The amount of references in this gifset, holy shit.
Andy Kaufman was paid for his Memphis wrestling appearances. He never cashed a single check that Jerry Jarrett gave him because he was just having fun. These are those checks, and I was within reaching distance of them the other day.
I’m just amazed that the checks are anywhere on Earth, really. I’d be so excited to see this shit in person.
[GIFs] Bray Wyatt shares his thoughts on the possibility of facing the Deadman.
- TV Show: Say Yes To The Dress: Atlanta
- Episode: Eye of the Bridal Storm (Season 7, Episode 11)
- Air Date: 7/18/2014
- Wrestler(s) captured: The Hurricane (as himself)
- TVGuide Page: Say Yes To The Dress: Atlanta - Eye of the Bridal Storm
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Yeah, that’s also a possibility. I’ve been to a few shows where they did more than one taping and it does get exhausting.
NXT is a character-driven show. While Hideo is a very, very good wrestler, his character hasn’t shined yet on NXT. Give him time. Tyler Breeze was nobody for a while, but once the WWE Universe identified with him, kaboom, he was huge. Same for a lot of those guys. Itami is too fucking good to stay low.
I agree. It makes guys like Kofi look like trash. You start to believe this guy has no chance when he starts to shine, and that’s sad because Kofi is immensely talented. Instead, he gets a U.S. title now and again and we’re supposed to believe he’s a top dog? Nah.
Honestly, there’s been spurts where it just seemed like some top dog shit. When Cody Rhodes made it the biggest deal of all that he was the IC champ, all I could think was like, “yes, that’s being handled well”. When it starts jumping between wrestlers like Kelly Kelly in a locker room (sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry), it loses prestige quickly. It’s like, yeah, a wrestler can lose a shitload of matches and it means nothing because win/win/lose/win/lose/lose/win is a whatever pattern, but when a championship is involved, the wrestler holding it needs to be fighting like they’re losing their life to hold that title. That’s what makes a title prestigious: when a wrestler treats it like an extra limb. When someone is just so proud to be a champion, that it DESTROYS them to lose the gold. That’s literally the only way, beyond that, it’s just another piece of merchandise.
Oh god I just found Luke Harper’s myspace.
This is… a b s o l u t e l y a treasure.
"Mean" Mitch Page drops a flaming elbow onto Matt Tremont (October 11th, 2014)
In his very last deathmatch, “Mean” Mitch Page went out in a blaze of glory, dropping a flaming elbow onto the 2014 IWA Mid-South King Of The Deathmatches, Matt Tremont! After the match, the locker room emptied to pay tribute to Page, as he stated earlier that win or lose, Hardcore Harvest would be his very last deathmatch.
Jerry Lawler’s Art Room
Photos taken of the inside of Jerry “The King” Lawler’s home, specifically his art room. In this room, he has collections of Superman, Cleveland Browns, and (a small portion of his massive) Coca-Cola memorabilia. There’s also his on-set chair from the film Man On The Moon, which is the one thing I dig the most.