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Favorite wrestling promotion right now? CHIKARA, who JUST crowned a brand new Grand Champion in Hallowicked. They've been killing it this season with the Challenge of the Immortals, and a brand new way to watch in Chikaratopia. 
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This is a great Flog, but...uh...did she just call a Flush a Floosh? Is that what happens when you get into pooping position? 
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ok, thanks for clearing that up :)
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I'm kind of glad Brennan Roberts is a free agent right now, because, as a Colts fan, I would feel very sad to like a member of the Texans this much.
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I think the difference is the physical stuff. None of my jobs have ever caused me to get, and then forced me to work, with a concussion, or broken ribs, or staph, or whatever. 
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+Mike Provencher II The argument isn't that he doesn't get to complain because he made a bunch of money. The argument is that because he made so much money...he really could have walked at any time he wanted, but he CHOSE not to. He has an option that statistically speaking, no one else does, which is to say "take this job and shove it" and not have to worry about feeding, clothing or housing himself ever again. I get that it's never enough and you always want more, and he wanted to be THE GUY, but it's still tough to wrap your head around a guy who was so successful, the company had so much faith in, who made so much money...and is still bitter.
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Can't you though? Shouldn't there be such a thing as business ethics?
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Hulk Hogan WAS a heel! Watch that match with the Iron Shiek again and tell me with a straight face that Hogan was the good guy in that match!
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+Aubrey Sitterson I always hated Hogan when I was a kid, because I could never understand why people kept cheering that guy when he insisted that he stood for all the right things, but then he jumps into the DiBiase/Macho title match and hits DiBiase with a chair for no reason behind the ref's back. You can be a good guy and do that (like Austin), but you shouldn't be a HERO and do that kind of thing. Hogan is like the Gaston of WWE. Give someone the broad strokes about his saying your prayers and eating your vitamins part and he seems like a hero. But the closer you look at all the eye raking and chair swinging and stuff starts to smell.  
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I just wish they had asked if they felt differently about the video after slapping each other.
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I once broke my ankle playing volleyball in gym class in high school and kept playing. I don't know any athletes that would ever willingly not play through an injury unless you are physically unable to.
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It will absolutely never happen with the monopoly that WWE has on the wrestling business. Someone very rich would have to start a company from the ground up with a union in mind for it to happen. And that would be a very interesting day.
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If this is a work, then it's some Prestige level shit.
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I think Cena is underrated when it comes to selling in the moment, but he loses a lot of points because over the course of the match he'll stop selling. Work Cena's arm over for an entire match and he'll sell it until he makes his comeback, then it will miraculously no longer hurt him. Honest, the best guy in the company at selling injuries is Ambrose, who is STILL selling having his arm knocked out of it's socket from his match from Regal in FCW.  
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+Aubrey Sitterson I agree that it's rare, but I don't agree that nobody does it. Both Punk and Ambrose are pretty great about selling their injuries even after the match. And I'm fine with the idea of the adrenaline rush causing you to ignore your pain for a while while you Warrior up, but you should be going back to selling it after that ends. Cena never does that, and I think it's one of my biggest issues with Bryan. Which isn't to say I don't love Bryan, because I do. And I like Cena, but he just seems to have the exact same kind of match all the time. But that's sort of outside the scope of the selling conversation. 
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