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Old 06-18-2013, 12:48 PM
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:00 PM
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Matt Striker was let go by WWE today.
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:28 PM
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Matt Striker was let go by WWE today.
And yet Brad Maddox remains.
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Old 06-23-2013, 10:41 PM
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I never watch TNA, what is the deal with people saying RVD was used so horribly there?
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Old 06-24-2013, 07:17 AM
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I never watch TNA, what is the deal with people saying RVD was used so horribly there?
Not sure who's saying that but RVD, at least when it came to his TV role was used very well for the most part. Not too long after coming in he became the TNA champ and the only reason he lost the belt was because he had to be stripped of it due to fulfilling all the dates on his contract. That title run was actually pretty good and it was a bullshit way to end it. He still stayed in the main event scene for a while after that.

Over the last year or so he wasn't doing much. He became the X Division champion but really didn't do anything with it. Part of it can be blamed on TNA not booking him properly but a lot of blame needs to be put on RVD himself. The guy just stopped caring. He showed up out of shape and high as fuck most matches. He was moving really slow and missing his normal spots, it was really very sad to see. Truth be told TNA is filled with such good young performers in their prime right now that RVD was just too old to keep up and fit in anywhere and that's why he got lost over the last year. I love RVD but he needs to shoulder more of the blame when it comes to how his TNA run ended.

Hopefully, he gets back into shape for his WWE return and can have one last good run there before he retires. Otherwise the biggest feud he may have upon his return will be against the WWE's wellness policy.
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Old 06-24-2013, 10:13 AM
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Not sure who's saying that but RVD, at least when it came to his TV role was used very well for the most part. Not too long after coming in he became the TNA champ and the only reason he lost the belt was because he had to be stripped of it due to fulfilling all the dates on his contract. That title run was actually pretty good and it was a bullshit way to end it. He still stayed in the main event scene for a while after that.

Over the last year or so he wasn't doing much. He became the X Division champion but really didn't do anything with it. Part of it can be blamed on TNA not booking him properly but a lot of blame needs to be put on RVD himself. The guy just stopped caring. He showed up out of shape and high as fuck most matches. He was moving really slow and missing his normal spots, it was really very sad to see. Truth be told TNA is filled with such good young performers in their prime right now that RVD was just too old to keep up and fit in anywhere and that's why he got lost over the last year. I love RVD but he needs to shoulder more of the blame when it comes to how his TNA run ended.

Hopefully, he gets back into shape for his WWE return and can have one last good run there before he retires. Otherwise the biggest feud he may have upon his return will be against the WWE's wellness policy.
Yeah I dont get how RVD got a contract, thought if ya toked you couldnt join WWE.
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Old 06-24-2013, 10:39 AM
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I for one am stoked that he's coming back. I'm driving my wife into Toronto to see a concert the same night as Money in the Bank so I think I'm gonna find a theater thats close (and playing it) and go watch it.
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Old 06-24-2013, 11:41 AM
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From what I read it looks like RVD will have the same kind of contract that Jericho does. He'll show up for a little while and then disappear for a bit throughout the length of the deal. I'm guessing by being a part timer he will be able to dodge the drug testing much easier.

For those that haven't seen him in a while don't get your hopes up too high for his return. The RVD of today is not even anywhere close to the performer you remember when he left the WWE. I really do hope he's got it together and is in shape for one last memorable run. Maybe being back on the big stage will motivate him more.
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Old 06-25-2013, 11:45 PM
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Well, I'm going to probably see Money in the Bank because I'll have nothing else to do. But that card isn't too good. Henry verse Cena won't be anything groundbreaking, Ryback verses Jericho will be a feeding (Ryback does need a PPV win), the WHC MitB match is okay, and seriously; the Uso's? The WWE Championship MitB match has anyone worth seeing in it (Punk, Orton, Bryan and RVD). Oh well, it's only $20 for me.
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Old 06-26-2013, 06:47 AM
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Well, I'm going to probably see Money in the Bank because I'll have nothing else to do. But that card isn't too good. Henry verse Cena won't be anything groundbreaking, Ryback verses Jericho will be a feeding (Ryback does need a PPV win), the WHC MitB match is okay, and seriously; the Uso's? The WWE Championship MitB match has anyone worth seeing in it (Punk, Orton, Bryan and RVD). Oh well, it's only $20 for me.
I don't have a problem with the Usos getting a tag title match. They're a good young exciting team that always seems to have the crowd on their side. It's about time the WWE actually did something with them. Reigns and Rollins need a team to go over at the next PPV and The Usos will give them a good match. Then it's off to Summerslam where hopefully the rumored match of Rollins/Reigns against Undertaker and Kane happens.

I guess all it takes to qualify for the MITB match now is to be a former champion. As much as I love Christian and RVD, they really have no business being in the match considering Christian just got back after being gone almost a year and RVD hasn't been with the company in four or five years. The other participants in it I have no problem with since they've all been busting their asses and have been good/great performers over the last year.
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