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New Years Revolution 1/9/05 - dare you ask who won the World Heavyweight Title?


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nah it was five minutes of

'i'm guna hit you'

'No i'll hit you first'

Then five minutes of taunting. Then five minutes of GB picking up L and slamming him until he beat him

IT WAS UTTER CRAP!!!

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It wasn't that bad, it was more laughable, it was two guys not impacting each other much, which ended with a good old jackhammer.

It wasn't really that long.

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ahhh it got bored of it and fast-forwarded through the match

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It was the only match at wmXX that I didn't enjoy, where by "didn't enjoy" I mean hated.

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I enjoyed it shrug

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I really 'didn't enjoy' that match. It is worse than anything else I have EVER seen

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I even enjoyed Taker/Kane, which was such a huge letdown, more than it.

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Give me 3 of them over that second chamber match, at least they wrestled even though terribly.

I didn't find taker vs kane a letdown, Kane had to lose.

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Taker/Kane needed to go on longer and have a bit more impact

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You have to keep in mind, they've had many showdows, without stips, there's just so much they can do.

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Yeah that was a meh like fight though a bit good a bit GB vs Lesnar ish. But nowhere near as bad

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Stallion:
I didn't find taker vs kane a letdown, Kane had to lose.

I found it to be a letdown simply because I've seen far greater matches between the two of them where it was much more than just one getting in a good offense followed by the other doing the same and getting a pin. Maybe I just had too great of expectations for it. shrug

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Stallion:
Goldberg vs Lesnar was bad, but it was watchable.

I only found it interesting because I was waiting in suspense for the inevitable Stunners to be handed out, along w/ laughing my ass off at the much-deserved crowd tauting towards those two jackasses.

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It was Stupid and annoying so i skipped it!!!

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I was watching it live on ppv, so I couldn't skip it.

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Same here, but that's when I took my bathroom/drink refill/grab more pizza from the kitchen break.

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SH*T MAN! I live in Puerto Rico for over 18 freakin years and all we ever got were crapy shows where some WWF guys would wrestle guys from the P.R. fed. Now they have a PPV while im not there... freaking great.

I like elimination chambers. The 1st one was pretty damn good IMO. With the right mix of guys in there, the match could turn out to be very good. The guys everyone is talking about as being in it could potentially put on an amazing match.

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Who were the contestants in the first one? I know RVD was in there because he made it kind of exciting, the way he was jumping off the walls like Spidey-Man!

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I hate Elimination Chamber matches. I just do not like triple threats of fatal four-ways or whatever you call them as the number grows (barring, of course, the battle royale/Royal Rumble) And that's really all the Elimination Chamber is, just in a fancy setting. I guess the fact that I've hated the ones WWE has had thus far doesn't help things either. Maybe they'll surprise me.

Still though, I'd rather see a playoff-type tournament on the Raw shows leading up to the PPV where the remaining two competitors face off in the main event. That's the kind of thing I like to see when a title is vacant.

Also, I'm surprised their initial lineup doesn't include HBK. Shouldn't he conceivably be back by then? I thought he was only supposed to be out for two months? Maybe not. But if he is available they'd be fools not to add him to it. There's no easier way to lend instant credibility to a match and ensure a few awesome moments than by putting Shawn Michaels in there.

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Unless he's gonna cost Edge the title like Edge cost him the title... :(

It's a good feud waiting to happen, but I really want Edge to win this thing.

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I'd love it too but I don't see it in the cards. I don't see a heel winning the title because it wouldn't leave many smooth options in order to get the title back to Triple H in time for the Wrestlemania main event. If Triple H/Orton indeed that is still their plan. After this PPV Raw would only have the Royal Rumble before Wrestlemania, and even if Edge dropped the title there, it would be to a face, so he would then have to drop it to Triple H before Wrestlemania, leaving only Raw to do that. And they don't do world title switches on tv anymore. I mean, there are ways to make it work, it's not impossible, but it all requires outside the norm booking, which is something WWE hasn't done in a very long time.

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I don't see Orton/HHH being their primary objective anymore. Right now it looks like HHH/Batista is more likely than Orton/HHH. We've seen Edge interact w/ the likes of HBK, Benoit, & now Orton since his definitive heel turn. That gives them 3 options going into W21, and you could possibly call Jericho a 4th (although distant) option.

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Well if that is the case then I'm all for it. I'm not sold on Orton being out of the title picture for Wrestlemania, so I think it'd be cool if they leaned toward a Triple H/Batista showdown and had Orton vs. Edge be the World Title match. I'd pay to see that. Those two matches right there would be the beginnings of a solid card.

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Meh, edge vs Orten just dosn't excite me, I believe it will be a good raw match, but it's to close to wrestlemania to have it, inless there's some stip, assuming they even meet at wm21 at all.

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There's no easier way to lend instant credibility to a match and ensure a few awesome moments than by putting Shawn Michaels in there.

But the first chamber had hbk, and you didn't like that one I agree with you on the second though.

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Delorean:
Who were the contestants in the first one? I know RVD was in there because he made it kind of exciting, the way he was jumping off the walls like Spidey-Man!

RVD
Kane
Y2J
HHH
HBK
errrrr *Looks at DVD*
Booker T