Andrew wrote:Meanwhile, "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka passed away at age 73. It's been interesting to see the reactions, given the fact they were looking to re-open the murder case involving his ex-girlfriend back in the 80s. Definitely seeing some heated discussions between people defending him and wanting to uphold "never speak ill of the dead", and those who view him as a fallen star and are looking at things from the perspective of his ex-girlfriend's family.
Andrew wrote:Nice to see Angle involved with WWE again. No confirmation that he'll ever work another match, but he hasn't ruled it out.
Lean wrote:Agreed. It was a great match, but I would prefer to have AJ go to WrestleMania as champion.
Andrew wrote:Cena/Styles was a great match. I think it's really past time to put the "Cena can't wrestle" stuff to bed. Is he the best worker in the history of the business? Compared to the best of the best that have come along, no, he's not. Is he terrible, or incapable of having an entertaining match? No. When he's paired up with great workers, he's carried his share of the load. I don't mind that Cena went over, making history in the process. From all accounts, Vince is high up on Styles, he's had a great first year in the company, and I expect he'll continue to be in the main event. He wasn't buried here.
bigh0rt wrote:to what felt like Vince trolling us having Reigns enter 30th to give us the "Jesus not again" feeling that I have to imagine he was going for.
Lean wrote:Owens vs Goldberg at Fastlane? That's just... meh. I haven't been a fan of Owens' title run.
Meanwhile, NXT sounded a whole lot different without Corey Graves. And Percy Watson sucks.
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