SteveJRogers

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  1. Do they watch sports yet?
  2. Considering what just happened, love to go back in time and edit in some crap about Brooklyn fans in that Nassau Coliseum event promo of Bret’s “...hell, over in Brooklyn they’ve actually come out of the stands and attacked me!”
  3. Hey Mike Graham, did Jeff Jarrett ever sell a ticket? https://tenor.com/MXYb.gif "But he did break hundreds of guitars."
  4. Vince, in the iconic red announcing blazer, is in the 1980s LJN WWF figure line. Bobby Heenan and Jesse Ventura are in the same line, but in their managerial and wrestling attire respectively.
  5. I’m not sure the NAO will go in on their own now, at least not as the WWE’s Hall is currently contructed, and Kip’s involvement with AEW, but it now just seems weird that a HOF tag team was facilitated in a C-Show mid-card angle by a HOFer, in the same Class, long past his shelf date doing a “I need a protege” angle. And before anyone says DiBiase-Austin, Austin as The Ringmaster was pushed to be at an upper-mid card/JTTS level. Hired to be a “good mechanic” he debuts on the main show, Raw, acts like he “belongs” and was slated to have a final few guys left push in The Rumble. Bland and crappy named gimmick aside, it wasn’t like he was some low level, C-show act the way The Roadie and Rockabilly were for most of 1997.
  6. Kirk and McCoy as Bryan Johnson and Walt Flanagan is in my head now...though McCoy is the technically the quippy Steve-Dave to the boss Kirk. Which is the opposite of the Mallrats characters...and we don’t need to go down that rabbit hole
  7. I’ll reiterate Liam Nesson. So Michael Collins, Taken, discussion of the Hollywood Babble-On bit, and you just need a third film
  8. Did I miss something, but did you guys cover the infamous Shatner "sabotage" outtake? Where he literally tells the guys in the booth "I'm not changing the way I say this word!" Or was that not for TAS?
  9. The breaks aren’t, or shouldn’t be a big issue with listeners since you still consider the show a rewatch/index show, as opposed to a recap/speculation one.
  10. I can see that happening to any “uber popular team.” The New Day, as an example, I can see being picked apart by a newbie coming at it nearly 10 years after they were at their peak. Probably didn’t help that by 2006 the tag scene was pretty cooled off that it would take until the rise if Usos & New Day to get back to the levels of its late Attitude Era (E&C, Hardys, Dudleys) glory.
  11. It really was sheer luck, right place/right time for the NAO to become one of the Fed’s greatest tag teams. To think of the drek they came out of (including an at the end LOD, and Billy as a multiple time tag champ) and the divison renaissance that occurred just after their incredibly short run, when you think about it, on top ends, it is amazing how they are still seen as actual legends (not the branding of former superstars). Yes being in DX during the height of their face populartiy helps, but as I said, that is where luck played a part in their place in history.
  12. Unfortunate timing for a "Roman Reigns can't get cheered" joke