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  1. A New Protagonist Earned the top ranking in the Friendly Match. Dogged Rider Earned the top ranking on all three Time Trial courses.
  2. Hey, I'm not taking anything away from Kofi. As a matter of fact, I always liked him as a performer. His old gimmick was much cooler though. The theme song was catchy as hell too. That's the Kofi I would want to see as WWE Champion. He was on his way to the main event back then, but they stopped pushing him and so he ended up in a tag team called The New Day. He has been in said group for five years. Many consider him to be just a tag team wrestler now. You don't see Dash Wilder or Otis Dozovic challenge Brock Lesnar or Bobby Lashley either. When you are in a tag team, you usually don't compete for a singles title, let alone win it. Kofi isn't a cash cow per se when it comes to merchandise, but The New Day is. I don't think Vince is willing to risk that, which means Kofi will possibly just have a short run, before he's back to square one. Vince was lazy and had no plans for Daniel Bryan (except a match against Kevin Owens maybe). He was lucky and so was Kofi, because his spot at Elimination Chamber was originally Mustafa Ali's. The fans decided they want Kingston, yet it's not like they chanted "KofiMania" for the past decade and finally, after all these years, Vince listens to the WWE Universe.
  3. Smackdown was amazing. All the things that went down happened for a reason - to build up something for WrestleMania. Orton and Styles were the highlights of the show. Their segment definitely was a joy to watch. Interesting cliffhanger for next week. I guess the idea behind the gauntlet could be to push Kofi with a couple big wins, though I somehow doubt that he will be able to beat every participant. People usually dislike this kind of superman booking rather quick. As a side note, wouldn't it be ironic if Orton was the one to put an end to Kofi's push again, just like he did ten years ago?! It remains a mystery why Vince even cares about Kofi so much as of late. Why is Kofi the only one to get an opportunity? I'm sure Samoa Joe, Randy Orton, Sheamus or Cesaro would love to have a WWE Championship Match as well, but that is not part of the storyline.
  4. That's right, Booker joins Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels as a two time Hall of Famer. And Stevie Ray absolutely deserves it. Harlem Heat is one of the greatest teams in history. They dominated Tag Team wrestling in WCW during the 90s and won the titles ten times. A record for the ages.
  5. Yeah, RAW was decent. The main event was awesome. Drew single-handedly took out The Shield a few months ago. Then they came back and now he's doing it again…until they get their revenge at least. He must win the Universal or WWE Championship this year. They missed their opportunity with Braun Strowman, Shinsuke Nakamura, and Samoa Joe, but it's not too late for McIntyre. Btw, what the hell are they doing with Braun? A "feud" with two SNL clowns?! Man, I thought it was bad last year with Nicholas… Batista seemed a bit nervous and possibly forgot parts of his promo. Luckily, Triple H helped him out with some silly lines and the intensity between the two totally makes up for it. Harlem Heat joins the Hall of Fame class of 2019 and unlike Torrie Wilson, Booker T & Stevie Ray truly deserve it. I wish Sherri Martel would still be alive to be there as well. Kurt Angle announced his farewell tour and is going to retire soon. I'm curious to find out who his WrestleMania opponent will be. Angle really had a great career, but it's time to call it quits.
  6. Overall, Fastlane was pretty good. The crowd was really on fire and made some of the matches more exciting. The WWE Championship Match was about the only one where the fans kinda sucked. They didn't give Ali, Owens, and Bryan a chance to entertain them. All they cared for was Kofi (understandably so, but still a bit unfair). Shane's heel turn was perfectly executed. It worked in Cleveland, but let's wait and see how the fans will react to him and The Miz elsewhere. The Tag match itself was great too. Usos vs Hardyz next please. Samoa Joe's reign as the United States Champion is already better than Rusev's and Nakamura's. I like the way Joe handles things. He's a heel, yet he doesn't fear competition and willingly puts his title on the line, even if the deck is stacked against him in a Fatal 4-Way. I just hope his reign doesn't end with a squash by John Cena at WrestleMania. Not much to say about the rest. I have no interest in a Nia/Tamina vs Nattie/Beth match. Becky vs Charlotte was meh and the main event was okay. Oh yeah, EC with his first promo…that was creepy.
  7. Fastlane Predictions: Kickoff - Andrade vs Rey Mysterio Winner: Rey Mysterio I could watch Andrade and Mysterio fight all day and it wouldn't get boring. Almas is one of the best competitors on the roster. Rey is a legend and future hall of famer. The man can still wrestle like it's 1997 and I tend to appreciate him more now than I ever have. No matter who wins, their feud will probably continue in some way. WWE Women's Tag Team Championship Match - Bayley & Sasha Banks vs Nia Jax & Tamina Winners: Bayley & Sasha Banks I'm fine with the match, as long as Nia & Tamina don't win the belts and stay away from the title picture after Fastlane. The Boss 'n' Hug Connection deserves a big program for WrestleMania. Maybe against Trish & Lita?! We shall see. WWE Smackdown Women's Championship Match - Asuka vs Mandy Rose Winner: Asuka The way WWE is treating Asuka is downright criminal. After her outstanding match with Becky at the Royal Rumble, Asuka disappeared for a month due to the lack of creativity. She returned on February 19, only to lose to Mandy freakin' Rose and that was the whole build up. Seriously, what the fuck? They might as well give Mandy the championship at this point. I would prefer Lacey Evans, but she didn't even have a match on RAW or Smackdown yet. WWE RAW Tag Team Championship - Triple Threat Match - The Revival vs Aleister Black & Ricochet vs Bobby Roode & Chad Gable Winners: The Revival So, Roode & Gable interfered in - what could have been - a great match and were rewarded with another title shot. Prior to that, Heavy Machinery defeated three other teams on RAW and got nothing for it. Oh well, I guess The Glorious Ones were just added to take the pin anyway. WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match - The Usos vs Shane McMahon & The Miz Winners: The Usos This will most likely be the last time we see the team of Miz & Mac. I don't really care which one of them is going to turn. All I hope is that Mizanin comes out on top when their rivalry culminates in a match at WrestleMania. The Shield vs Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley & Drew McIntyre Winners: The Shield Pretty easy pick. Corbin, Lashley, and McIntyre have no chance in hell to beat Reigns, Rollins, and Ambrose. That's about it. WWE Championship Match - Daniel Bryan vs Kevin Owens Winner: Daniel Bryan I'm happy Kevin Owens is back, but I also feel sorry for him. The fans were rooting for Kofi to challenge Daniel Bryan and win the belt. Looks like we have to wait one more month for that. No doubt Kingston will have his moment at "KofiMania". As far as Owens is concerned - wrong time, wrong place. Otherwise, he could have been the one to dethrone Bryan. Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair Winner: Becky Lynch They booked themselves into a corner with the scheduled stipulation. Becky needs to win, since the Royal Rumble victory doesn't count anymore for whatever reason. The thing is, Charlotte lost every PPV match since Super Show-Down in October. With that in mind, Flair could either win on Sunday and Lynch has to find another way into the main event at WrestleMania. Or Charlotte simply wins at the grandest stage of them all. It's safe to say that we are going to get a triple threat match, but in my opinion, the outcome isn't set in stone anymore.
  8. From here to eternity Go to the Shelter and rest… Work in progress Upgrade a weapon That's better Upgrade a weapon with a module At dawn we row Take a ride with Doctor Swansea Just take a bite Embrace Clay during your first meeting with him Merciful release Let Clay live during your first meeting with him
  9. Yeah, this whole story with Becky, Ronda, and Charlotte doesn't make much sense anymore. Lynch was suspended. Now all of a sudden it's best for business to reinstate her and even let her wrestle, although she's still "injured". Ronda's heel turn is kinda pointless too, since Charlotte is a heel and will be in the match at WrestleMania. Becky on the other hand, has to fight for her spot yet again. Apparently, winning the Royal Rumble Match doesn't mean anything. Who knows, maybe Flair wins the title from Ronda and Becky is just there to please the fans. I don't mind The Shield reunion though. Seth was dealing with an injury. Roman was out for months. Currently, it's best to put them together as a team, where they can have short breaks during a match. Dean is better as this wacky babyface/tweener anyway.
  10. Alan Wake, Ori and the Blind Forest, Sunset Overdrive, and Quantum Break.
  11. Thoughts on NXT? I for one enjoyed it quite a bit. Gargano and Ciampa are pure gold . It was great to see Bayley and Sasha back in NXT. The pop they got was amazing! How about a match between The Boss 'n' Hug Connection and The Sky Pirates in the near future?! The main event was okay, though I'm tired of all these knee and leg injury angles as of late. Keith Lee and Dijakovic continue their rivalry from the independent circuit. They had a couple of matches there and I expect them to do just as much crazy stuff in NXT. I'm also looking forward to the Dusty Rhodes Classic, especially DIY vs The Undisputed Era. That's Tag Team wrestling at its finest.
  12. @SelectiveGamer Relax, dude. As @itachi-destroyer already mentioned, nobody said it was a fraud. Furthermore, I don't think that anyone around here believes it was faked. It is nothing more than a conspiracy theory, which spread like wildfire over the past few months. Fact is, everyone of us is happy for Joseph Anoa'i, no matter what some might think of the character named Roman Reigns. You can't blame people for addressing a "What If" type scenario. There is a difference between speculating about a subject and claiming to know the whole truth. I agree, it's uncreative and lame to replace Kofi this way. Sort of a rinse and repeat by Vince. He is doing whatever he wants, handing out spots, while Triple H, Stephanie, and Shane look like damn fools. This has to be part of a bigger picture. If not, then he is just successfully destroying his own product. Every time a superstar is really over, Vince has to intervene or somehow put his stamp on it. I wouldn't be surprised if Becky and Kofi lose momentum because of that. It doesn't help a returning Kevin Owens either. He is supposed to be a babyface now, but if you get hand-picked by the old man, you get heat. It's that simple. At least they have the chance to build up Kofi a bit more until WrestleMania, if that is the plan behind this chaotic booking...
  13. I'm gonna tell you all, with a tear in my eye…this RAW was disappointing. The beginning and the end were good, but the rest sucked so badly. Same old shit with Jinder Mahal, Braun Strowman, Elias, Lacey Evans, and Lashley/Balor. I'm happy for Joe, although I understand everyone who is suspicious, if this was all a ruse to get him over. I would never accuse them of anything, but four months is pretty short for something that serious. Anyway, Becky didn't crash Ric Flair's Birthday celebration, because there was none and that was a huge letdown. In the end it all made sense, but man, I wanted to see The Nature Boy style and profile in the ring just one more time. They advertised it for weeks. Then they continued to advertise it throughout the whole show. Shawn Michaels was there, Ricky Steamboat, and even Sting. And for what? I guess the WWE Universe wasn't really invited. I can't be mad at Batista though. This was simply brilliant, from the moment he pulled the camera man to Flair's locker room, up until he dragged Ric with him and called out Triple H. Heel Batista is back!
  14. Everything has already been said. This was an absolute terrible crowd. Why did Ciampa, Gargano, Black, and Ricochet had to show up there instead of Chicago, Orlando, or New York?! I mean, WWE should know better than to simply throw away such important debuts. Plus, Cole ruins every debut for me as well. I can't stand him and his fake reactions anymore. Renee isn't as good as I thought she would be, which leaves Corey Graves to somehow create magic for these guys and gals from NXT. If only Mauro could be on the announce team. Heck, even Nigel McGuinness and Aiden English are doing a better job. Their commentary style feels more natural than Michael Cole's ever did.
  15. Elimination Chamber was decent at best. A lot of shitty things like Ronda squashing Ruby, a brief appearance by Lacey Evans for no other reason than to kill some time, or Baron Corbin running wild with his lackeys (which was the main reason why the McMahons promised change in the first place). At least Bayley & Sasha won. You can tell how much it means to them winning the titles and making history yet again. I'm really happy for them. The biggest surprise was probably The Usos dethroning Miz & Mac. Didn't see that coming. Maybe there is still a small chance for a possible Daniel Bryan vs The Miz match at WrestleMania.