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01-26-2006 04:59 PM #21
01-26-2006 05:20 PM #22
ok i havn't watched in like forever i've been relle busy.. cena is my absoulte favorite then comes HBK so can sum1 fill me in with this whole cena edge thing please im like dyeing
01-26-2006 05:46 PM #23
Well ok I can try to remember to post all wwe post here. Now Monday night what did i tell you what was going to happen. Cena picked Flair. You know Flair is good when he recieves respect ffrom people like Cena, Big Show, HBK, even Vince got exicted when Flair was going to compete aginst Edge. Flair is one of a kind power machine. And did you guys know he is going to be in the oyal Rumbl;le. Now that is going to be hard for him to win, but there is a chanxce that he can pull it off. Anyway i have a question. Does anyone know if Stone Cold is coming back
01-26-2006 09:44 PM #24
I'm not quite sureOriginally Posted by Pedro-1
when brock lesnar moved to japan brock proposed to her, and they were gonna get married, but then their wedding was off....
01-26-2006 09:45 PM #25Originally Posted by Pedro-1
01-26-2006 09:54 PM #26
ok i've seen people talking about Brock and wondering what the hell happend to this guy, well i've browsed web-sites and here what i found:
Before entering professional wrestling, Lesnar was an outstanding amateur wrestler and went to the University of Minnesota on a full wrestling scholarship, where he was roommates with WWE's Shelton Benjamin, himself a talented amateur wrestler. Lesnar won the 2000 NCAA wrestling championships as a heavyweight. He finished runner-up in 1999. Lesnar also wrestled in junior college prior to joining the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
In 2000 Lesnar signed with WWE and was sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling for development, where he wrestled in a tag team named the Minnesota Stretching Crew with Benjamin (a reference to the Minnesota Wrecking Crew). During his time in OVW he became known for performing the Shooting Star Press, a move more commonly performed by smaller, lighter wrestlers and rarely by a wrestler of his size. He was trained as a professional by Danny Davis.
In 2002, Lesnar was called up to WWE and was immediately pushed. He debuted on Raw on March 18, 2002, beating down Al Snow, Maven and Spike Dudley. Paul Heyman made his on-camera return in WWE as Lesnar's manager, touting as Lesnar as being "The Next Big Thing."
Lesnar then feuded with the Hardy Boyz. A ruthless Lesnar was seen giving Matt Hardy an F-5 on the steel ramp, which led to an angered Jeff Hardy wanting revenge on Lesnar. The two squared off at Backlash. Lesnar was able to kick out of Hardy's finisher, the Swanton Bomb. A frustrated Hardy went to grab a steel chair, and was about to use it on Lesnar, but he countered and planted his own finisher, the F-5. Lesnar was declared the winner when the referee stopped the match as Jeff Hardy lay knocked out in the middle of the ring after receiving three powerbombs. The feud between the Hardyz and Lesnar lasted for a few more months, with Lesnar always ending up victorious.
In June, Lesnar won the King of the Ring tournament, defeating Rob Van Dam in the final round. This victory earned him a shot at the WWE Undisputed Championship in the main event at Summerslam, where he defeated The Rock. Lesnar, at age 25, was then the youngest WWE Champion ever (as of 2005, he is still technically the youngest WWE Champion ever, but Randy Orton is the youngest world champion in WWE history, having won the World Heavyweight Championship at 24). The next night on Raw, SmackDown! General Manager Stephanie McMahon announced Lesnar would defend the title only on Smackdown, forcing Raw GM Eric Bischoff to create the World Heavyweight Championship. That fall, Lesnar feuded with the Undertaker, who he defeated in a Hell in a Cell match at No Mercy 2002. He lost the championship in November at the Survivor Series pay-per-view to The Big Show after being betrayed by Paul Heyman.
After winning the 2003 Royal Rumble match in January 2003, he regained the championship in the main event of WrestleMania XIX from Kurt Angle. Toward the end of the match, his attempt at the Shooting Star Press, which he had never performed before on WWE TV, failed, as Angle was too far from the ring post and Lesnar under-rotated on the back flip, causing him to land almost directly on his head, stunning him and forcing Angle to improvise the finish. This move gave Lesnar a concussion. The incident coined the term "to Brock", which means to botch the biggest move in the biggest match, or to double-clutch on the top rope. This was Angle's last match in WWE for several months, as he took some time off to have neck surgery.
When Angle returned he befriended Lesnar, but when Lesnar lost the title back to Angle in a triple threat match with the Big Show at Vengeance in July, Lesnar turned on him and developed a mean streak, which was highly supported by WWE owner Vince McMahon. In August on Smackdown, Lesnar faced amputee wrestler Zach Gowen, who had an artificial leg due to cancer, in Gowen's hometown. Lesnar physically broke Gowen's remaining leg in front of his little brother and mother. Later, Lesnar kidnapped a wheelchaired Gowen and pushed him off some steps. Lesnar regained the WWE Title from Kurt Angle in an Ironman match in September, and lost it to the late Eddie Guerrero at February 2004's No Way Out event.
Departure from WWE
Before losing the WWE Championship to Guerrero, Lesnar had begun a feud with Goldberg. The feud began at Survivor Series 2003, while both men were champions of their respective brands. Lesnar would attack Golberg at Royal Rumble 2004, and Goldberg would retaliate at No Way Out in Lesnar's match against Guerrero. This set up an interbrand match for WrestleMania XX between the two.
Lesnar, who was angered by RAW's Stone Cold Steve Austin having suggested Goldberg attack Lesnar at No Way Out, then attacked Austin, and stole his four-wheeler. Austin was then inserted as the Special Guest Referee for the match. Although it was already known that the match would be Goldberg's last in WWE, it was only a week before WrestleMania that rumors surfaced Lesnar too was leaving, in order to pursue a career in the NFL. As a result, the match was one of the zaniest in WWE history, with the smarts at Madison Square Garden jeering both wrestlers with chants of "you sold out". Lesnar was said to be particularly shaken by this reaction. Because both men were leaving WWE, it was clear that the only man who would go over in the match would be Austin. Sure enough, although Goldberg won the match, both men were given Stunners by Austin to send them out of WWE.
National Football League
After his final match at WrestleMania XX, Lesnar sidelined his career in WWE to pursue a career in the National Football League. After playing in a few pre-season games for the Minnesota Vikings, Lesnar was eventually cut from the team. Lesnar had suffered injuries in a motorcycle accident during the summer of 2004, which along with lack of football practice prevented him from performing well enough to remain in a Vikings practice squad position. He declined to accept an invitation to play as a representative of the Vikings in NFL Europe. He made no attempts to sign with an AFL or CFL team. Lesnar is listed as a free agent in Madden NFL '06.
Lawsuit with World Wrestling Entertainment
Lesnar had previously signed a no-compete clause in order to be released from his contract with WWE, which prohibited him from working for any other sports entertainment or mixed martial arts companies before 2010. Lesnar had anticipated leaving wrestling entirely, but his inability to secure a career in professional football led to him challenging this ruling in court. WWE responded by demanding damages as a result of Lesnar allegedly breaching the agreement by appearing at a New Japan Pro Wrestling show in 2004. In July 2005, the two sides dropped their claims and entered negotiations to renew their relationship. Recently, WWE had offered Brock a contract, but on August 2, 2005, WWE's official website reported that Lesnar has withdrawn from any involvement with the company.
The lawsuit was entered into settlement on September 21, 2005, but talks broke down.
New Japan Pro Wrestling
On October 8, 2005, Lesnar won the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship in a three-way match at a New Japan Pro Wrestling show in the Tokyo Dome, which included the then-champion Kazuyuki Fujita and Masahiro Chono. He won the match by pinning Masahiro Chono after an F-5, which he had renamed "The Verdict", since WWE owns the trademark on the F5 name. After the match, he stated that this name was referring to his lawsuit against WWE. The match was his first pro wrestling match since leaving WWE.
On December 6, 2005 WWE filed a motion for a temporary restraining order to prevent Lesnar from continuing to work with NJPW, but the court did not grant it. Lesnar successfully defended his championship on January 4, 2006 against former champion Shinsuke Nakamura.
On January 13, 2006 WWE once again filed an injunction against Lesnar to stop him from defending the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship on February 19, 2006.
On January 14, 2006, Judge Christopher Droney has stated that unless WWE gives him a good argument between now and January 25th, that he will rule in favor of Brock Lesnar, giving him a summary judgment. This would enable Lesnar to work anywhere he wanted and for anyone he wanted immediately.
There are rumors that a summary judgement would open the door for Lesnar to appear on Total Nonstop Action Wrestling through their working agreement with NJPW.
01-26-2006 10:21 PM #27Originally Posted by laker_fan
01-26-2006 10:21 PM #28
I heard the Matt Hardy has an infection in his right knee, and may not be able to wrestle the Royal Rumble, but we'll see. Also I heard that Sable and Brock are back together again.Eat your own dookie!
01-26-2006 10:21 PM #29Originally Posted by laker_fan
01-26-2006 10:59 PM #30
Originally Posted by xpr3ttyxinxpink
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- Apr 2005
This fued started at New Year's Revolution, when after John Cena won the Elimination Chamber, Edge came out and demanded that the Money In the Bank shot, be used...that night!
So, as you'd imagine. John Cena is "tired" & Edge wins the match and the WWE Championship.
The next night Edge comes out at the top of the show, promising to bring a new era to the WWE..and tonight they would see "Live Sex" between Edge & Lita. Well to end the show, John Cena ran down and interupted that, announcing that he'd use his rematch clause to fight Edge, right there..right then. Vince came down and said it wouldn't work like that, however It'll be John Cena Vs. Edge for the WWE title at the Royal Rumble.
The following week, Edge defending the WWE title against Ric Flair in a TLC match. It was a decent match, with Flair not suited to the TLC format, but Edge pummeled him, injuring him before retaining the title, which lead to another John Cena run-down and argument.
Then this past week on Raw, Edge & Lita were on the start of the show..When Cena came down & "rapped" basically anything rhyming with "HO" to insult Lita. The Main-Event ended up being Edge w/ "mystery partner" Chris Masters Vs. John Cena & "mystery partner" Ric Flair. Edge was shocked Flair recovered in time and took a beating down before the Royal Rumble Match.
On the topic of Brock Lesnar, he would never..and I mean never go to TNA.. They wouldn't be able to really afford his wages. NPJW gave something like $100,000 To Brock just for his 3 appearances, if Brock Lesnar is ever seen in the US again, it'd be under the WWE, as he made another "return" winning streak, hopefully under a Vince McMahon led Raw, where he has to pay his "dues" as such.
Stone Cold Steve Austin
For all of you that don't know, SCSA is a very picky fellow. If he doesn't like how he character is portrayed, he simply walks out of the WWE. (he's done it 3 times now, firstly after WM19, the match Rock for 3 weeks, came back.. and then when told he was jobbing to Brock Lesnar, no hype, no nothing.. he walked out again.)
He also walked out the week before this year's Taboo Tuesday, refusing to job to Jonathon Coachman..(& I don't blame him.)
Stone Cold Steve Austin is also in a very poor physical shape (with the Broken Neck), so I think it'll be very unlikely we ever see him return to the ring full-time. If he is to return any time soon, It'll be as a GM/valet or something, or for a short-term one-offf match against Hulk Hogan at WM22 or something.. I guess.
Royal Rumble Predictions
Here are my predictions for the Royal Rumble.
Edge retains against John Cena via. cheating of some sort. John Cena then get's told by Vince McMahon, he will only get another defence if he wins the Rumble (inserting Cena into the Royal Rumble)
During the Royal Rumble, John Cena & Randy Orton will double eliminate one another, leading to an epic Cena/Orton match at WM22. *drools*
Kurt Angle retains againt Mark Henry. Should be a short match, as to the point as possible. Mark Henry has little right to be in the Main-Event.
The Boogeyman defeats JBL. THe Boogeyman seems to be in JBL's head, this match could continue their fued all the way to No Way Out, when JBL picks up the return Win. (I also predict a JBL/HHH moment during the show, tempting a match between the two at WM22).
Ashley will defeat Micky James via. screw-up of some sort by Trish. Like Ashley will have her feet on the ropes or something, thus leading to James snapping it with Trish, leading to Trish/James 2 at WM22.
The Royal Rumble match itself, now with all the changes since Batista's injury, I think a many number of people could win the Royal Rumble. From the following:
Chris Benoit- Even though lost the best-of-7, came off as the better superstar, which could push him to his 2nd Rumble win and a title match against Angle at WM22, which would be a classic.
Randy Orton- Could happen, as it was easily seen as an early idea to have Orton/Batista. Orton/Angle doesn't sound as exciting, so we'll have to wait & see if the WWE is still interested in his push.
Rey Mysterio-Also was recieving a large push before Batista left, quite possibly giving him the under-dog chance to achieve on the greatest stage of all.
John Cena- Coming back and winning the rumble, getting another shot at Edge.
HHH- Just because he's THAT DAMN Good, anything's possible. An unlikelyhood though.
Kane- The Big monster has been pushed heavily over recent weeks & a WM main-event would be nothing but good for the giant who is now a crowd-favourite.
The Undertaker- I know it's unlikely, but rumours have be speculating of an Undertaker Rumble win, having him defeat Kurt Angle at WM22, giving him his 1st Rumble win, retaining his record and then retiring as the champion?
01-27-2006 01:56 AM #31
The winner of the 2006 Royal Rumble will be from which brand?
01-27-2006 01:57 AM #32
01-28-2006 12:03 AM #33
did anyone hear the news??? Shaq attacked Carlito in American Airline Arena.... hehehe wow thats great
01-28-2006 12:17 AM #34
01-28-2006 12:33 AM #35
no i was working, but i got the coverage on it @ wwe.com, i'll also download today's show
01-28-2006 12:34 AM #36
anywayz i'm happy with my lakers right now
01-28-2006 10:44 AM #37Originally Posted by laker_fan
oh dear laker_fan who has time to read all of this? lol, shorten itJenny.
I want a brownie.
01-28-2006 10:46 AM #38Originally Posted by laker_fan
lol, i'm not a big fan of the boogeyman, I love JBL though!!!!!!!! (I laughed so hard when JBL was rolling all over the worms on Friday, it was hilarious to me!)Jenny.
I want a brownie.
01-28-2006 11:15 AM #39
The Royal Rumble should be good, but who would pay 30$ to watch something.
01-28-2006 12:00 PM #40