WWE SmackDown Discussion II

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Re: WWE SmackDown Discussion II 

Post#1541 » by WRau1 » Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:31 pm

I don't know what to think about Goldberg going over Fiend. It sounds like a stupid idea on their part but that didn't stop the WWE from doing the same thing to white hot Owens. Goldberg (who is rumored to also be working WM) doesn't seem like a guy that would stick around to keep being beat. Goldberg v Reigns at Mania would be a Vince McMahon wet dream.
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Re: WWE SmackDown Discussion II 

Post#1542 » by tugs » Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:43 am

jakecronus8 wrote:Only thing I’d semi enjoy would be that idea someone had where taker costs fiend the match and fiend properly retires taker at mania in a squash
Wow this can happen. Something like Fiend squashing Goldberg, punishing him outside the ring. When he tosses him inside, Taker's gong hits and he appears on the stage. They stare each other down, Fiend maniacally laughing until he gets counted out.

Of course stipulation should be any loss, not just via pin and submission, Bray can lose the title. Too obvious though
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Post#1543 » by iMoreland » Sat Feb 15, 2020 10:34 pm

Otis is on track to be the biggest babyface the wrestling world has ever seen
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Post#1544 » by tugs » Sun Feb 16, 2020 1:09 am

His, "OH YEEEAAAAHHHH!!!" is really funny, simple, and effective
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Re: WWE SmackDown Discussion II 

Post#1545 » by loserX » Sun Feb 16, 2020 2:28 am

Yesterday Smackdown was in Vancouver, where I live (first time we've had a televised event in...I don't even know how long. Ever?) I didn't go, but watched it on TV, and man am I glad I didn't go.

Three matches in two hours, one of which was Sheamus squashing Apollo Crews and Shorty G, and another one was a truly awful 30-minute(!) snoozefest between Bayley and Carmella. The main event had its moments and the Sami/Cesaro bit was amusing, but yikes. I'd have been mighty annoyed if I'd shelled out for an event and most of the best parts were watching pre-recorded scenes on a TV screen.
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Post#1546 » by The_Brecht » Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:41 pm

Good episode of Smackdown.
The skits were really good imo.
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