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Predominantly here at B/R for the pro wrestling chat, but not averse to poking my head in the football section now and again. Big on New Japan and the American independent circuit as well as the WWE. You can find me on Twitter @radjonze or look up more of

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  • Randy Norton posted 4 days ago

    Randy Norton

    Thanks for the Fan Add !

  • Australian posted 21 days ago

    Australian

    Personally I thought they were both cracking shows.

    NXT highlight was definitely The Vaudevillians debut.
    SD highlight was Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose. All with their new themes and attires, but still owning the show.

  • Australian posted 21 days ago

    Australian

    Not sure Brad. See both positives and negatives in the situation. I guess that's what makes it an interesting question. Like anything in life, the rarer something is the more valuable it is worth. The same applies with titles. Fewer titles means more prestige. More titles means more opportunities.

    Have you seen SD yet?

  • Australian posted 28 days ago

    Australian

    Hey Brad... Any chance, at MITB, that two competitors unlock one belt simultaneously and we see a split in the titles again?

  • Cal Gildart posted 41 days ago

    Cal Gildart

    Not a problem :)

  • Olli Seppala posted 65 days ago

    Olli Seppala

    Hey man, I like your articles here. Would you like to check out my Raw Review(and other articles) in my blog? Just clink then word press link in my bio:)

  • Ben Millikan posted 100 days ago

    Ben Millikan

    Glad I could help, Brad. WM 30 is almost here!!!

  • Olli Seppala posted 100 days ago

    Olli Seppala

    Thank you very much for fanning me, I appreciate it. Fanned you back:)

  • Australian posted 105 days ago

    Australian

    Great articles again this week Brad. Keep up the great work. Thanks for the fan add too. Right back at you.

  • Mike Kolb posted 107 days ago

    Mike Kolb

    We live in rural Oregon with no high-speed internet available (hence, no WWE Network) and now Dish-TV has dropped all the WWE PPV's. My wife and I are big fans, but now we feel left out in the cold. Does WWE just consider us to be just "collateral damage"?