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DirtyDan

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Lesnar v Reigns in the murderous kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It just amazing to me how they can continue to hold these shows without significant blacklash from fans/shareholders/sponsors.
 

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AEW has resurrected my love of wrestling. I was a child of the 90s, so I grew up a huge WCW mark and got into the raw attitude era and ECW. Fell out of love in high school but rekindled my affair in college with my dorm roommates. However, I lost interest after a while and would rarely tune in except for the occasional wrestlemania. Later on, my buddy turned me on to NXT during the Owens/Zayne feud and I was hooked again. NXT was the best thing in wrestling for a while but after seeing all the incredible talent getting called up and immediately misused on the main roster? The product lost its luster for me and would maybe check out a takeover here and there.

The same buddy who got me into NXT was hounding me to check out AEW, but I figured it was a new-era TNA. When Punk and Bryan signed, I knew I had to check it out. All it took was watching Bryan/Omega for 30 mins on cable and I’m officially a die hard re-watching old airings to catch up on this Page/Omega storyline and buying Malakai Black mercy.

I don’t know why I wrote this now but thank you Tony Khan?
 

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A Dynamite-less Wednesday vibe.

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AEW has resurrected my love of wrestling. I was a child of the 90s, so I grew up a huge WCW mark and got into the raw attitude era and ECW. Fell out of love in high school but rekindled my affair in college with my dorm roommates. However, I lost interest after a while and would rarely tune in except for the occasional wrestlemania. Later on, my buddy turned me on to NXT during the Owens/Zayne feud and I was hooked again. NXT was the best thing in wrestling for a while but after seeing all the incredible talent getting called up and immediately misused on the main roster? The product lost its luster for me and would maybe check out a takeover here and there.

The same buddy who got me into NXT was hounding me to check out AEW, but I figured it was a new-era TNA. When Punk and Bryan signed, I knew I had to check it out. All it took was watching Bryan/Omega for 30 mins on cable and I’m officially a die hard re-watching old airings to catch up on this Page/Omega storyline and buying Malakai Black mercy.

I don’t know why I wrote this now but thank you Tony Khan?



Welcome back to the fold.
 

pr26

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Rampage beat Smackdown head to head in the 18-49 key demo, which is pretty crazy even with Smackdown being on FS1 when you consider that juiced lineup.

Ruby Soho beating the contract signing has Khan unhinged on Twitter lol.
 

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Undertaker just so happens to be in Saudi Arabia as WWE takes the stage for Crown Jewel.

I can see a tombstone to Lesnar and write him off TV for a little because of his limited appearances.
 

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