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  • 17 Apr 2014

    TNA Impact Report – 4/17/14

    We open the show with a look back at last week when Eric Young defeated Brutus Magnus for the TNA World Title, then we see Eric backstage after the show saying how it was more perfect than he ever imagined it could be.

    Eric Young comes out to the ring to “you deserve it” chants and talks about how he still can’t believe that he’s the World Champion. It’s taken him ten years, but he finally won the World Title and he’s not going to be a paper champion, he’s going to be a champion for all the fans. Dixie Carter comes out and takes credit for Eric’s title win and claims she always saw potential in him and saved him during the whole “Don’t Fire Eric” thing. She takes credit for making beards look cool on TV years before anyone else did, and she demands royalty checks for others who have infringed on her intellectual property. Eric tells Dixie that MVP is running this place and they don’t need her anymore, but Dixie says he’s in her domain now because she’s the President of the company, and he is now the hood ornament of Dixie’s 2014 Ferrari, and he will go wherever she takes TNA. Eric says that being around her that much is going to make him sick, and she says he’s disrespecting her company and her belt when he talks to her like that. Eric is not moved by her speech, and he says that Dixie’s looking in the wrong place if she’s looking for another paper champion. Dixie says she’s going to give him a makeover and Eric asks if she’s threatening him, but Bully Ray comes out to the ring and asks how many people are sick of hearing Dixie talk. He says that Eric is a role model for everyone who’s ever been held down by a loser boss, and Dixie ought to be proud of Eric for working his way up to where he is today. He’s proud that he spent Dixie’s money at a strip club, and he reminds Dixie about what he does to people like her when there’s a table in the ring. He says this is Eric’s time, and does the nanananagoodbye thing with the crowd. Dixie leaves, and Bubba says that he doesn’t endorse many people in the business, but he likes and respects Eric and says he’s a World Champion the fans can be proud of. Bubba leads the crowd in an “EY” chant as we go to commercial.

    Streetfight: Velvet Sky vs Madison Rayne

    Velvet and Madison go at it right from the start, and while Velvet gets the early advantage, Madison turns the tables and sends her out of the ring at Angelina’s feet. Madison grabs both of their hair, but Angelina snaps Madison’s neck down on the top rope and Velvet comes in to work Madison over with a cookie sheet. Madison goes out to the floor, but Velvet goes out after her and goes “Come on, princess!” before whipping her into the steps. Velvet brings Madison back inside and covers her for 2, then gets a trash can from Angelina and promptly has it kicked into her own face by Madison. Madison gets the trash can and begins pounding Velvet over the back with it before launching it in Angelina’s direction. Madison turns back to Velvet, but Angelina apparently didn’t appreciate that and cracks Madison in the back with a kendo stick. Angelina comes into the ring, but Madison sidesteps a charge and sends her back outside, then spears Velvet and covers her for the win.

    Winner: Madison Rayne

    Madison holds the belt high, and will now go on to defend the title against Angelina at Sacrifice.

    Eric Young finds Bully Ray backstage and thanks him for everything he said out there. Bubba says that’s all good, but he has more of Dixie’s money to spend and is headed back to Rick’s. Bubba leaves, and Abyss comes right out of nowhere and challenges Eric to a title match later on tonight. Eric says that if they’re going to do that, they’ll do it right: he wants a Monster’s Ball. Abyss asks him if he’s crazy, and Eric says he is, and he’ll see him later tonight.

    Ethan Carter III finds Spud backstage and gives him a pep talk before his match with Willow tonight. He knows he’s afraid of him after being trapped in his torture shack, but Spud needs to remember that he was the one who pushed Jeff Hardy off the ladder and that he’s a Lion. Spud gets fired up and…starts to walk out until EC3 grabs him and turns him back toward the ring.

    MVP is in the ring and puts over Eric Young’s title win last week, but he says he was perturbed when Samoa Joe was “unavailable” last week. He says Samoa Joe was “disgruntled” and he wants to talk to him face to face, but Austin Aries comes out to the ring and says he’s the most disgruntled man who ever lived. MVP hasn’t been talking to him or thinking about him, but he’s been sitting on the sidelines since Lockdown and that lit a fire under his ass. He had a gauntlet match with the best TNA has to offer, but he didn’t have the greatest. He wants answers, so MVP says he came to Aries like a man, but Aries screwed him over and now he can lie in it. Aries asks if this is why his career is being screwed with, but MVP says this isn’t about Aries or his ego, it’s about the people. But if Aries wants some validation, he can give him the chance right now. MVP takes his jacket off and Aries takes his shirt off, and they go nose to nose. Aries says if he wants to do it, they can go at it…next week. Aries says he’s not stupid and won’t trade punches with a convicted felon, and he’ll see him next week.

    TNA World Tag Team Title Match: The Bromans vs the Wolves

    The Wolves are sick of the Bromans’ crap after weeks of being ducked, and they don’t ever wait for the bell before going after Robbie E and going to town on him. The Wolves duck a pair of charges from the Bromans and send them out to the floor, then they take Robbie and Jessie out with stereo dives. The crowd is 100% behind the Wolves as Eddie and Davey go to the top rope for double stomps on Robbie, but Jessie shakes the top rope and knocks both Wolves down to the mat. Robbie gets a couple of two counts on Davey, then I see something I never thought I would: Robbie and Jessie working Davey Richards over and trapping him in their half of the ring. Miscommunication finally allows Davey to get to the corner and tag in Eddie, who comes in and destroys both Robbie and Jessie with Kobashi chops. The Wolves hit the Alarm Clock on Robbie and then drill him with the top rope double stomps. Eddie makes a cover and is about to get the three count when DJ Zema comes in and hits Eddie with his laptop.

    Winners: The Wolves by DQ

    And the Bromans again escape with the TNA World Tag Team Title.

    Willow is…somewhere. He cuts a promo on EC3 and Spud and does his Willow laugh.

    We see a couple of video packages of Eric Young, including comments from Eric saying that he finally accomplished his dream after 17 years, even though he doesn’t have a champion’s look or a champion’s body.

    Ethan Carter III & Rockstar Spud vs Willow

    Willow beats up EC3 and occasionally takes a few seconds to chase Spud off. EC3 finally yanks Willow down by the mask, but that only slows Willow down for a second before he comes back with some standard Jeff Hardy offense. Spud gets a shot at Willow from the outside and allows EC3 to lay into Willow with some hard hitting offense. Spud finally tags in and gets a few shots in before Willow grabs his leg and Spud immediately scurries to the corner and tags EC3 back in. They begin to double team Willow, but he gets free and hits the Twist of Fate on Spud for a quick win.

    Winner: Willow

    EC3 attacks Willow and prepares to hook his leg in the submission hold when Kurt Angle’s music hits. Angle comes sprinting out to the ring and German suplexes EC3 out of his boots and sends him running for cover.

    We come back from commercial and Kurt Angle is still in the ring. He says EC3 looks like he saw a ghost, and EC3 thought he ended Angle’s career, but he’s back. He’s a Hall of Famer, he’s had plenty of injuries, and as we all know, he won the Olympics with a broken freakin’ neck. Soon, he’ll have EC3 in the ring and it’ll just be the two of them, and he’ll realize why people call him the cyborg. He’s capable of breaking any bone in EC3′s body, but he won’t do it…not right away. He’s going to take his time, make him squeal, and tap out in his head long before his body does. He tells EC3 he won’t be taken out of the ring on a stretcher, he’ll be taken out in a bodybag.

    Bobby Roode is backstage and says that Bully Ray took away an opportunity for him, so he’s taken the tables away from Bully Ray and made them his own. He’s going to put Bubba through a table again at Sacrifice, but he’s got an open challenge tonight to anyone but Bubba, because he wants him to watch Roode put someone through a table tonight.

    We see a video package of Sanada focusing on how hard he pushes himself to train to bring honor on himself and his home country of Japan.

    Kenny King comes out and asks the fans if they missed him, then says he’s not here to fight MVP again, he’s here to watch the X Division series between Sanada and Tigre Uno, and will take a seat at the broadcast booth for an up close look.

    X Division Title Best Of Three Series, Match Two: Sanada vs Tigre Uno

    Sanada is up 1-0 on Tigre as we come into this match, and they do a lot of lucha stuff to start off. A fast paced sequence ends with Sanada dropkicking Tigre and then catching him with a springboard chop to the head for 2. Tigre KILLS Sanada with a cradle suplex that drops Sanada on the top of his head, and he finishes Sanada with the Phoenix splash.

    Winner: Tigre Uno

    Quick but fun. I believe this was Sanada’s first pinfall loss since coming to TNA.

    Bully Ray is backstage giving someone a pep talk and saying that he wants to see Bobby Roode go through a table tonight.

    Bobby Roode is in the ring and says that he hopes Bully Ray is taking notes, because he’s about to watch the master of the tables in action.

    Tables Match: Bobby Roode vs Gunner

    Roode jumps Gunner before the bell, and he stomps Gunner down in the corner. Roode tries to bring a table into the ring, but Gunner kicks it in Roode’s face and then drills him with a hard clothesline on the entry ramp. They both try unsuccessfully to ram each other into a table leaned against a ringpost, so Gunner just rams Roode into the ring steps instead. Roode rolls inside and ropkicks Gunner, who just avoids falling backward through a table. Roode sets a table up in the corner, but Gunner gets fired up and starts swinging back at Roode. Roode shuts that down with a Blockbuster, but Gunner quickly comes back and clotheslines Roode in the corner before popping him over with a snap suplex. Gunner goes to the top, but James Storm comes out and nails Gunner, allowing Roode to slam him off the top rope onto the table. The table doesn’t break, so Roode picks Gunner up and hits the Roode Bomb through the table for the win.

    Winner: Bobby Roode

    Storm and Roode prepare to continue the beating on Gunner when Bully Ray runs out to make the save.

    We see several TNA stars share their thoughts on Eric Young as the TNA World Champion, then EY himself says that he’ll show everyone tonight in the Monster’s Ball why he is crazy enough to challenge Abyss and why he’s the World Champion.

    Bully Ray catches up with Gunner backstage and asks how many tables he’s been through in his career. Gunner says that was probably the first, so Bubba says he’s been through more than he can count. He says Gunner needs to pick himself up so they can team up to face Storm and Roode next week, and Gunner says that’s a hell of an idea.

    It’s main event time!

    Monster’s Ball/TNA World Title Match: Eric Young vs Abyss

    They go at it as soon as Abyss comes into the ring and EY briefly gets the advantage before Abyss literally picks EY up and flings him over the top rope. Abyss grabs a trash can from under the ring, and EY baseball slides it into his face and tries for a dive, but Abyss recovers and SMASHES Eric in the head with the trash can on the way out. We’re at commercial.

    We’re back, and EY is still in trouble as Abyss catapults him into the corner and wedges his head between the top and middle ropes. Abyss gets the bag from under the ring and pours out…THUMBTACKS! EY avoids that fate for the moment by using a cheese grater on Abyss’ ding ding, then takes Abyss out with a flying forearm. Abyss blocks a piledriver on the thumbtacks, then brings his old girlfriend Janice out from under the ring. He swings it at EY, but Eric ducks and Abyss lodges Janice in the top turnbuckle. EY kicks Abyss in the ding ding and then gets ahold of Janice, but Abyss goozles Young before he has a chance to take a swing and chokeslams him onto the thumbtacks. Abyss makes a cover, but Eric is out at 2. Abyss brings a barbed wire board into the ring and tries for another chokeslam, but EY bites Abyss’ hand, dropkicks him onto the board, and hits the top rope elbowdrop for the win.

    Winner: Eric Young

    Hell of a brawl for a TV match! EY makes it through his first title defense, and the former champion didn’t show his face once tonight.

    Credit: PWInsider

    The post TNA Impact Report – 4/17/14 appeared first on Wrestling-Edge.

       
  • 17 Apr 2014

    WWE NXT Report – 4/17/14

    We are in Winter Park, Florida and your announcers are Tom ‘Back from My Break’ Phillips, Byron ‘Tom’s Sound Twin’ Saxton, William ‘Never Leave’ Regal, and Renee ‘Who wants a coffee mug’ Young.

    Before our first match, Aiden English serenades the crowd on his way to the ring, but the crowd does not appreciate the vocal stylings.

    Match Number One: Colin Cassady versus Aiden English

    English with a kick and forearm to the back. English with punches. Cassady sends English into the turnbuckles and he misses a punch. English with a kick but Cassady sends him into the corner again. Cassady with forearms to the back. Cassady with a forearm in the corner. Cassady with a high knee followed by a boot to the chest for a near fall.

    English goes to the apron to stay away from Cassady. English with a kick and knee to the head. English with forearms to the back and the back of the head. English gets a near fall. English runs his forearm across the nose and he follows with kicks. English with a punch and knee to the midsection.

    English with a kick to the head and he gets a near fall. English with an elbow to the top of the head. English with a knee to the back followed by an elbow to the head. English chokes Cassady in the ropes. Cassady with a back body drop followed by a punch. English tries for a cross body and Cassady catches him. English misses with the Director’s Cut, but he gets the three count with a rollup and a handful of tights.

    Winner: Aiden English

    After the match, Cassady tries to tell the referee what happened, but he will not hear Colin’s complaints.

    Tyler Breeze is with Devin Taylor and she reads Tyler’s introduction on his phone. Tyler says that he has nothing to say, but this episode needed someone gorgeous and he walks away.

    We go to commercial.

    We are back with a Paige video package where she says that she is not the typical Diva. She says that she has wanted to be a wrestler since she was 13. You don’t need to know a lot about her, you just need to know that she is here to be the Divas Champion. We see her victory over AJ Lee on the Raw after Wrestlemania.

    Tom Phillips interviewed Paige shortly after winning the Divas Title. He asks her how she has acclimated to the title. Paige says that it doesn’t feel real. This has been a dream that has taken 9 years to achieve. Tom asks if the Divas on the main roster and NXT have painted a target on her back. She says that everyone congratulated her, but they want her to do well, but not as good as they are doing. She heard what they are saying.

    Sasha and Charlotte have been talking trash about her. AJ got very comfortable and complacent so she thought she was unbeatable. Paige says that she has studied every woman on the WWE and NXT roster. She will not get comfortable, sit back and relax because everyone is coming after her titles. Paige says that she is looking forward to them trying.

    Match Number Two: Camacho versus Oliver Grey

    They lock up and Grey with a waist lock but Camacho with an elbow. Grey with a waist lock and arm drag. Grey with a drop kick and wrist lock. Camacho with a knee to the midsection and back elbow. Camacho kicks Grey in the corner and the referee warns Camacho. Camacho sets for a power slam and he hits it and gets a near fall.

    Camacho with forearms to the back but Grey with a chop and forearm. Grey with a kick to the chest but Camacho with a running Samoan drop for the three count.

    Winner: Camacho

    Devin Taylor is with Bo Dallas in the back. She asks Bo about his Occupy NXT experiment. Bo says that his BOlievers are law abiding citizens so that made Occupy NXT slightly underwhelming. The Bo Hotline is going great. His quest to get the NXT Title back will never die and neither will the Bo Movement. Bo tells Devin don’t stop BOlieving.

    We go to commercial.

    Match Number Three: Konnor and Viktor versus Wesley Blake and Cal Bishop in a Non Title Match

    Black with forearms to Konnor but Konnor with a clothesline. Konnor with a shoulder tackle or two. Konnor with a third shoulder tackle and Blake goes to the floor. Viktor tags in and he connects with chops and Canadian Lifters on the floor. They get back into the ring and Blake wants to make the tag, but Bishop isn’t anxious to get in the match.

    Viktor with an Irish whip and Konnor tags in and he kicks Blake in the corner. Konnor with another kick in the corner. Konnor with another kick. Viktor tags in and he keeps Blake from making the tag and he hits a clothesline. Konnor tags in and it is time for the Fall of Man and the three count.

    Winners: Konnor and Viktor

    Devin Taylor is with Sasha and Charlotte. She asks Sasha about her recent losses. Charlotte interrupts and insults Devin’s watch. She says that giving Sasha the reins was a colossal fail. Charlotte says that next week, she will be in charge and she will beat all of the Divas. Next week, they will face Emma and a tag team partner of her choice. It is time for someone new in charge . . . someone with . . . Flair.

    We go to commercial.

    We are back and CJ Parker has something to say before his match. When he tries to sleep at night, he just lays in bed and he stares at the ceiling. Just wondering what this planet would be like if there was no such thing as the NXT Universe.

    Plain and simple, it would be a place that he would be proud to call home. There would be no litter in her street. NO animals in his zoo. No SUVs because all vehicles would be fuel efficient. How can you boo a guy who cares? How can you . . .

    Parker is interrupted by his opponent.

    Match Number Four: CJ Parker versus Great Khali

    Parker with a forearm but Khali with a chop. Khali with a chop and he sends Parker into the turnbuckles. Khali with a Shhhh chop and Parker crawls away but Khali with another Shhhh chop. Khali clotheslines Parker over the top rope to the floor. Khali goes over the rope but Parker pulls Khali’s leg on the top rope. Parker with punches to Khali in the corner.

    Khali pushes Parker away and then Parker with a drop kick and he goes up top but he is met with a chop. Khali with a boot to Parker followed by clotheslines and a choke slam. Khali gets the three count.

    Winner: Great Khali

    We go to Emma’s response to the challenge by Sasha Banks and Charlotte. Emma is asked if she has found her tag team partner and Emma says that she has not . . . or has she?

    Sami Zayn is in the back and he is asked about the referee stoppage and how he is doing. Sami says that he is doing fine. He knows that they are being protective with head injuries. He says that he could have continued the match. He is looking forward to next week when he teams with the Usos against Corey Graves and the Ascension. It is personal now. He does not like guys like Corey Graves. He needs to be put in his place.

    Match Number Five: Jason Jordan and Tye Dillinger versus Sawyer Fulton and Baron Corbin

    Corbin and Jordan start things off and they lock up. Jordan with a waist lock but Corbin with an elbow and side head lock. Dillinger tags in and he connects with a knee lift followed by a drop kick by Jordan and Tye gets a near fall. Dillinger with a chop but Corbin with an Irish whip. Dillinger tries for an O’Connor Roll but Corbin holds on to the ropes and Corbin with a clothesline for a near fall.

    Corbin with a punch to the ribs and he tags in Fulton. Fulton with a back breaker followed by elbow drops for a near fall. Fulton with a bear hug and he runs Dillinger into the turnbuckles and Corbin tags in. Corbin sets for a delayed vertical suplex and he hits it and gets a near fall. Corbin with a rear chin lock.

    Dillinger with punches but Corbin with a slam. Corbin goes to the turnbuckles but Dillinger gets his foot up. Dillinger avoids an elbow drop. Jordan and Fulton tag in and Jordan with clotheslines and he knocks Corbin off the apron. Jordan with a back body drop and he drop kicks Corbin to the floor.

    Dillingser back and Jordan with a shoulder in the corner followed by a double elevated DDT for the three count.

    Winners: Tye Dillinger and Jason Jordan

    Match Number Six: Brodus Clay versus Adrian Neville in a Non Title Match

    Neville with forearms and kicks to Clay but Clay misses a punch. Neville with more kicks but Clay sends Neville into the corner. Neville avoids Clay in the corner. Neville with a sleeper on Clay but Clay with a snap mare to get out of the hold. Clay with punches in the corner. Clay with an Irish whip but Neville floats over and he gives Clay a boot in the corner. Neville goes up top but Clay catches him and Clay hits a suplex.

    Clay gets a near fall followed by elbow drops. Clay with a heart punch and he gets a near fall. Clay with forearms across the chest and then he applies a nerve hold. Neville with punches but Clay with chops to the shoulders followed by a punch to the head. Clay with a seated splash using the ropes for leverage and he gets a near fall.

    Neville with kicks but Clay with a knee. Clay goes for a power bomb but Neville escapes and he gets into the corner. Clay with kicks and the referee warns him. Clay chokes Neville in the corner. Clay chokes Neville one more time. Clay with a snap mare and he returns to the nerve hold. Neville with punches to Clay.

    Neville with a jawbreaker and he sets for a power bomb but Neville escapes. Neville with kicks and a drop kick to the knee. Clay with a punch and he sends Neville to the apron. Neville with an enzuigiri but Clay stays on his feet. Clay is staggered and Neville with a springboard forearm. Neville pulls Clay into position and he goes up top for Red Arrow and he lands on is feet. Clay with a running head butt to the midsection.

    Neville falls to the floor and Clay follows. Clay slams Neville on the floor and then he goes to the ring steps and he misses an elbow drop and both men are down. Neville returns to the ring at nine but Clay is still on the floor when the referee gets to ten.

    Winner: Adrian Neville (by count out)

    After the match, Neville drop kicks Clay off the apron.

    We go to credits.

    Credit: PWInsider

    The post WWE NXT Report – 4/17/14 appeared first on Wrestling-Edge.

       
  • 17 Apr 2014

    Zayn Gets Pop In Saudi Arabia, Only Men at Event, Big Show, WWE Stock

    From Zayn Gets Pop In Saudi Arabia, Only Men at Event, Big Show, WWE Stock

    - Big Show’s first-ever Wizard World Comic Con appearance will come at the inaugural Atlanta Comic Con on Saturday, May 31st. He will be doing a Q&A that afternoon.

    - WWE stock was down 1.82% on Thursday, closing at $21.57 per share. The high was $22.05 and the low was $21.31.

    - Thursday’s WWE live event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia was for men only and attendance was said to be above average.

    - Sami Zayn got a big pop from the crowd in Riyadh when he cut a promo in Arabic. Zayn is the only NXT talent on the tour and defeated Damien Sandow.

    Backstage News on John Cena, Hot New Layla & Lana GIFs, More

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  • 17 Apr 2014

    WWE Stock Update, Sami Zayn Gets a Pop In Saudi Arabia, Only Men at Live Event, Big Show

    - Big Show’s first-ever Wizard World Comic Con appearance will come at the inaugural Atlanta Comic Con on Saturday, May 31st. He will be doing a Q&A that afternoon.

    - WWE stock was down 1.82% on Thursday, closing at $21.57 per share. The high was $22.05 and the low was $21.31.

    - Thursday’s WWE live event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia was for men only and attendance was said to be above average.

    - Sami Zayn got a big pop from the crowd in Riyadh when he cut a promo in Arabic. Zayn is the only NXT talent on the tour and defeated Damien Sandow.

    The post WWE Stock Update, Sami Zayn Gets a Pop In Saudi Arabia, Only Men at Live Event, Big Show appeared first on Wrestling-Edge.

       
  • 17 Apr 2014

    Bad Influence Now Taking Bookings, TNA Announces Impact Tapings from a Casino, Sabin

    - Former TNA star Chris Sabin has been announced for IWF Desert Storm event on Sunday, May 18th in Phoenix, Arizona.

    - Bill Behrens of SBIBookings.com announced today that he is taking bookings for Kazarian and Daniels, another sign that the duo might be leaving TNA soon. Daniels, who is also taking bookings as Curry Man, is available for DVD, iPPV and TV events.

    - Dixie Carter announced this week that TNA will hold a pair of TV tapings at the Sands Casino & Resort in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on June 19th and 20th.

    The post Bad Influence Now Taking Bookings, TNA Announces Impact Tapings from a Casino, Sabin appeared first on Wrestling-Edge.

       
  • 17 Apr 2014

    Manik Reveals How Much Money He’s Making with TNA, When His Current Contract Expires

    - TJ Perkins, the wrestler that portrays Manik in TNA, revealed on his Ask.FM page how much income he makes. Here’s what he had to say when the question was asked:

    “My contract was started midway thru the year last year but altogether with salary+appearances I was on pace for roughly $75,000-$84,000 for a year period. That’s if my schedule is as busy as it was last summer/fall. Also that’s only counting TNA. I’d make a lot more if I kept up with other bookings outside but I just don’t. I’m also guaranteed a huge chunk of that regardless of if I wrestle or not. So it’s pretty ok considering I do what I love. I’m on the low end on the roster too. Most guys do way better than me.”

    Manik also revealed that his contract with the company is coming up in September.

    The post Manik Reveals How Much Money He’s Making with TNA, When His Current Contract Expires appeared first on Wrestling-Edge.

       
  • 17 Apr 2014

    The Kliq Talks About The Curtain Call Incident

    From The Kliq Talks About The Curtain Call Incident

    - WWE’s website recently spoke with Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Sean Waltman and Shawn Michaels about the infamous “Curtain Call” moment at Madison Square Garden on May 19th, 1996. The interview was done at the WWE Hall of Fame and the website noted Triple H was busy working. Here are a few highlights:

    WWE.COM: Did you guys plan The Curtain Call ahead of time or did it just kind of happen that night?

    SHAWN MICHAELS: It was talked about in Europe then it was never talked about again. We had done a European tour, then we came back and had this last run. For us, not that we needed a reason to celebrate something, but everything was the last time we’ll be doing this, the last time we’ll be doing that. Then, that night, as best as I can recall, it was Hunter coming up and going, “Hey, are we doing that thing we talked about?” I don’t think anybody remembered it.

    NASH: I walked in and talked to Vince and Pat [Patterson]! You [points to Michaels] were with me and he said it was fine and we were supposed to go to [New York City steakhouse] Smith & Wollensky afterwards. And it just turned into a thing …

    WWE.COM: Before we get into the fallout, let’s talk about the incident itself. What do you remember about that moment at the end of the night?

    SCOTT HALL: I remember standing in the ring and we’re all there together. It was unheard of, but the people appreciated it. I remember looking at Kev, we’re all hugging and I remember thinking we all made it.

    NASH: I remember — and I think we may have even said it in the ring that night — that we weren’t disbanding The Kliq.

    MICHAELS: We were taking over the business.

    NASH: We’re going to go down south and take over Ford Motor Company. You guys run GM and we’ll run the automobile industry.

    MICHAELS: I remember Vince came up to me after and said, “Did that mean a lot to you?” I said, “Yes it did.” “Then it meant a lot to me.” And he was fine. It was fine that night.

    WWE.COM: So there weren’t any locker room blowups that night?

    MICHAELS: It was not a big deal until it became a big deal. It didn’t become a big deal to us until it became a big deal to Vince.

    NASH: What you have to realize is this is before the Internet was what it is now. This is an era where even though that happened it wasn’t like it went viral, you know? People didn’t even have cell phones.

    MICHAELS: What happened was the same thing that happened a lot of times — [Mr. McMahon] on the ride to wherever, getting phone calls. Honestly, it was big to the old timers in the locker room before it was big anywhere else.

    NASH: It exposed the business.

    MICHAELS: We were of the mindset that people understood what the business was, the entertainment aspect. All the stuff we do now we were trying to convince them to do back then. You know, pull the veil back a little bit. Everybody knew we were all real friends. We didn’t see the harm in doing that.

    SEAN WALTMAN: We had that different mentality before everyone else caught up. We can do this and it’s not going to hurt the business.

    MICHAELS: A lot of the traditional guys did not like that. [Mr. McMahon] had to put the hammer down.

    NASH: One thing I want to say is that situation and those actions were never done with malice.

    WALTMAN: No way.

    NASH: It was four guys that had spent a lot of miles, a lot of hours and a lot of our lives, [and we were] saying goodbye.

    HALL: On the other side of the coin, I understand the talent that was still there thinking, “What’s with these dudes? They’re leaving and they’re trying to hurt us.” That wasn’t the way it was. Sorry, man, we stayed out there a long time because the fans were cheering. Had they not cheered, we’d have left. It became really emotional.

    MICHAELS: I look back at a lot of the stuff we did and I [understand] the heat. It’s not like we worked really hard to try and endear ourselves to people [in the locker room].

    WALTMAN: As long as we liked each other.

    NASH: We had five of us. I don’t need more than four friends.

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  • 17 Apr 2014

    Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels and Sean Waltman Talk About The Curtain Call Incident

    - WWE’s website recently spoke with Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Sean Waltman and Shawn Michaels about the infamous “Curtain Call” moment at Madison Square Garden on May 19th, 1996. The interview was done at the WWE Hall of Fame and the website noted Triple H was busy working. Here are a few highlights:

    WWE.COM: Did you guys plan The Curtain Call ahead of time or did it just kind of happen that night?

    SHAWN MICHAELS: It was talked about in Europe then it was never talked about again. We had done a European tour, then we came back and had this last run. For us, not that we needed a reason to celebrate something, but everything was the last time we’ll be doing this, the last time we’ll be doing that. Then, that night, as best as I can recall, it was Hunter coming up and going, “Hey, are we doing that thing we talked about?” I don’t think anybody remembered it.

    NASH: I walked in and talked to Vince and Pat [Patterson]! You [points to Michaels] were with me and he said it was fine and we were supposed to go to [New York City steakhouse] Smith & Wollensky afterwards. And it just turned into a thing …

    WWE.COM: Before we get into the fallout, let’s talk about the incident itself. What do you remember about that moment at the end of the night?

    SCOTT HALL: I remember standing in the ring and we’re all there together. It was unheard of, but the people appreciated it. I remember looking at Kev, we’re all hugging and I remember thinking we all made it.

    NASH: I remember — and I think we may have even said it in the ring that night — that we weren’t disbanding The Kliq.

    MICHAELS: We were taking over the business.

    NASH: We’re going to go down south and take over Ford Motor Company. You guys run GM and we’ll run the automobile industry.

    MICHAELS: I remember Vince came up to me after and said, “Did that mean a lot to you?” I said, “Yes it did.” “Then it meant a lot to me.” And he was fine. It was fine that night.

    WWE.COM: So there weren’t any locker room blowups that night?

    MICHAELS: It was not a big deal until it became a big deal. It didn’t become a big deal to us until it became a big deal to Vince.

    NASH: What you have to realize is this is before the Internet was what it is now. This is an era where even though that happened it wasn’t like it went viral, you know? People didn’t even have cell phones.

    MICHAELS: What happened was the same thing that happened a lot of times — [Mr. McMahon] on the ride to wherever, getting phone calls. Honestly, it was big to the old timers in the locker room before it was big anywhere else.

    NASH: It exposed the business.

    MICHAELS: We were of the mindset that people understood what the business was, the entertainment aspect. All the stuff we do now we were trying to convince them to do back then. You know, pull the veil back a little bit. Everybody knew we were all real friends. We didn’t see the harm in doing that.

    SEAN WALTMAN: We had that different mentality before everyone else caught up. We can do this and it’s not going to hurt the business.

    MICHAELS: A lot of the traditional guys did not like that. [Mr. McMahon] had to put the hammer down.

    NASH: One thing I want to say is that situation and those actions were never done with malice.

    WALTMAN: No way.

    NASH: It was four guys that had spent a lot of miles, a lot of hours and a lot of our lives, [and we were] saying goodbye.

    HALL: On the other side of the coin, I understand the talent that was still there thinking, “What’s with these dudes? They’re leaving and they’re trying to hurt us.” That wasn’t the way it was. Sorry, man, we stayed out there a long time because the fans were cheering. Had they not cheered, we’d have left. It became really emotional.

    MICHAELS: I look back at a lot of the stuff we did and I [understand] the heat. It’s not like we worked really hard to try and endear ourselves to people [in the locker room].

    WALTMAN: As long as we liked each other.

    NASH: We had five of us. I don’t need more than four friends.

    The post Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels and Sean Waltman Talk About The Curtain Call Incident appeared first on Wrestling-Edge.

       
  • 17 Apr 2014

    The Rock Wants to Battle James Bond, Total Divas Preview Clip

    From The Rock Wants to Battle James Bond, Total Divas Preview Clip

    - Below is another preview clip for Sunday’s WWE Total Divas:

    - The Rock’s grandfather Peter Maivai once played a driver that battled James Bond in Sean Connery’s 1967 Bond movie You Only Live Twice. Rock spoke to media in Australia this week and says he wants to continue the tradition and battle Daniel Craig in an upcoming Bond movie. Rock said:

    “I would love to be a Bond villain. I am a huge fan of Daniel Craig and the Bond movies but it seems only right to follow in my grandfather’s footsteps as a Bond baddie.”

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    The post The Rock Wants to Battle James Bond, Total Divas Preview Clip appeared first on TWNP - Wrestling News & Information.

       
  • 17 Apr 2014

    The Rock Wants to Battle James Bond, New WWE Total Divas Preview Clip with Naomi

    - Below is another preview clip for Sunday’s WWE Total Divas:

    - The Rock’s grandfather Peter Maivai once played a driver that battled James Bond in Sean Connery’s 1967 Bond movie You Only Live Twice. Rock spoke to media in Australia this week and says he wants to continue the tradition and battle Daniel Craig in an upcoming Bond movie. Rock said:

    “I would love to be a Bond villain. I am a huge fan of Daniel Craig and the Bond movies but it seems only right to follow in my grandfather’s footsteps as a Bond baddie.”

    The post The Rock Wants to Battle James Bond, New WWE Total Divas Preview Clip with Naomi appeared first on Wrestling-Edge.

       

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