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Steve

The Pro Wrestling thread

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Still watch it, Love the Miz :lol:

BECAUSE I'M THE MIZ, AND I'M, AAAAAAAWWWWWWWWEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMEEEEEEEEEE

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Rocks comments were pretty the truth cenas were only stupid little rap bits that kids use

The fact is, Cena was right - The Rock sold out for Hollywood and has came back to the WWE for money, after 7 years, that has to be the only reason. To say he is an 'actor' though is a bit far-fetch, as in the films i have seen with him in, he was shit!

I bet that after WrestleMania, 'Dwayne' will be off in the clouds of Hollywood cashing in the large amount of publicity he would have gained from all of this. I bet this is what this whole thing is all about, money and publicity. He's in the next Fast and Furious film that is out soon - might gain some extra millions for that..

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Cena actually did very well there. The rock is back for good, he did say it. Maybe his movie career is over.

Rock quotes:

"Finally, the rock has come back.... home"

"I am back in the middle of this ring because of you and i give you my word, i am never, ever going away!

"Simply put ladies and gentlemen, THE ROCK IS BACK!

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Yes, but that's same as Bret Hart saying that last year,

It is simple, The Rock was brought in because they couldn't get Brock Lesnar. And, why would The Rock come back to WWE when he is making millions doing films? Still, badly, but is earning lots of money. If he returned then, not only would the pay be less but, the risk of injury would be higher. And, he would have limited time to make any films IF he is actually back, due to the legendary harsh schedule WWE has.

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It is simple, The Rock was brought in because they couldn't get Brock Lesnar.

The Rock has been in the WWE a lot longer than Brock Lesnar has. That's like saying, Man United brought back Roy Keane because they couldn't get Jaap Stam to sign up.

At the end of the day, the Rock is a WWE legend, he is the People's Champ, and at 38 years of age, it's still very young to be a wrestler. Undertaker is 45 and is STILL unbeaten at WrestleMania! (18-0)

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The Rock has been in the WWE a lot longer than Brock Lesnar has. That's like saying, Man United brought back Roy Keane because they couldn't get Jaap Stam to sign up.

At the end of the day, the Rock is a WWE legend, he is the People's Champ, and at 38 years of age, it's still very young to be a wrestler. Undertaker is 42 and is STILL unbeaten at WrestleMania! (19-0)

The orginal plan was:

Brock Lesnar vs Undertaker at WM

And Triple H being the mysterious GM.

I am not saying he isn't a legend, and it is because he is a legend that he was a good second choice. I mean, the man once stated that he never wanted to step back inside the 'squared' circle before, and that he didn't want to be called The Rock no more either. The only logical reasoning i can see Dwayne being influenced in coming back would be because of a large paybill. And maybe because he wanted to have a one-off appearance. You have to remember WrestleMania in previous years have had big name stars being involved: Snoop Dogg, Donald Trump, Mickey Rourke, and Flloyd Mayweather, who got more than $20 million for that whole Big Show storyline, which was MORE then Mike Tyson. Maybe Vince has decided instead of using celebrities at WM maybe Legends should come back for this decade - Bret Hart being the start of the chain.

I can't really see any gain The Rock can do by coming back to the WWE except a financial one. And by the way, it is late 30's and early 40's when wrestlers start the Road to Retirement that normally takes 5 tears till completion, or sometimes, is forced due to injury. The Undertaker really couldn't be said as a full-time employee to be fair, he is part-time and he is bearly all together (knees are badly damagedd i think). Triple H probably won't retire since he is apart of the McMahon 'empire'.

Even Triple H is 41.

The Undertaker before being the Undertaker lol

Teddy Long looks so funny back then! :lol:

God he looks so different without those sleeve tatoo's on his arms. He looks a lot fatter also....

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Teddy Long looks so funny back then! :lol:

I knew that was Theodore Long! I see he's still the Smackdown comissioner! He's awesome! Long may he continue :smiliecap1:

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I knew that was Theodore Long! I see he's still the Smackdown comissioner! He's awesome! Long may he continue :smiliecap1:

Looks like he's trying to tribute Stevie Wonder :lol:

Good ol' days of Commisioner Michaels :blush:

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And by the way, it is late 30's and early 40's when wrestlers start the Road to Retirement that normally takes 5 tears till completion, or sometimes, is forced due to injury.

Unless you're Ric Flair, and you can go on until you're 60! :lol:

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Triple H was definatly planned to be the Anonmyous Raw GM, Once he said "And if your not down with that!

Could still be him tbf.

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Unless you're Ric Flair, and you can go on until you're 60! :lol:

Ric Flair is more like a sack of saggy fat then a human being now. Hence why he is wrestling in a corporation that is likely to go to a dead end.

Triple H was definatly planned to be the Anonmyous Raw GM, Once he said "And if your not down with that!

Could still be him tbf.

I would love it to be Stone Cold, especially since he is signed on as the presenter for Tough Enough.

He is a man whose heart is full on wrestling, but his career was ended short due to an injury. He still comes back to WWE whenever possible, as well as acting in some quite decent action films (better actor then The Rock in my opinion).

The Hardy Boyz have really let themselves go. I know they left due to WWE's touring schedule and Jeff due to some injuries, but they have really put some weight on. Matt being the worse.

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You can tell tho with the face that it is him tho. Here's Undertaker vs Kane before Kane was Kane :P

Kane was called Dr Isaac Yankem... Jerry 'The King' Lawler's private dentist lmao. How times have changed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tx2fhL1NxKU

Funny what those 2 would go on to do together.

Kane was at one point better then the Undertaker in terms of wrestling ability, but it was Glen Kacob's good nature that was his downfall, unluckly. Kane could have been twice the legend of Undertaker if he wasn't so against himself finding the gold, but with the likes of HHH, The Rock and Stone Cold instead.

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