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#1 Posted by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

So Heyman on Stone Cold's podcast is about as fantastic as you'd expect. Most noteworthy is Heyman's Austin impression is so on point, it made me think Stone Cold was talking to himself. Super excited to hear the second part on Thursday.

Just finished part two. So good. Heyman had me cracking up with his Vince McMahon stories.

#2 Posted by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

@hadoken101 said:

So Heyman on Stone Cold's podcast is about as fantastic as you'd expect. Most noteworthy is Heyman's Austin impression is so on point, it made me think Stone Cold was talking to himself. Super excited to hear the second part on Thursday.

I loved all of Heyman's different voices on that podcast.

I liked the Lesner v. Stone Cold tease.

Also Heyman dodging the "what is creative going to do with Cesaro" question. This was recorded right before WM30 so that made me smile.

#3 Posted by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

So for real, how into Rusev are we at the moment?

I don't follow NXT so this is my first time seeing Rusev. I like his character/music/lana but he hasn't had a real match yet. Too hard to tell at this point but I'm interested in him.

#4 Edited by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

Just re-watched Ultimate Warrior shooting on Terry Bollea. Terry sounds like such an awful person outside of his Hulk persona

#5 Posted by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

The audio of the stream does not pick up how loud the laughter was at points of the panel.

#6 Posted by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

Ehhh, not sure how this is going to go over with devs/publishers. I just got home from PAX East and there really wasn't much compelling stuff there this year (I left before the show was over). ex: Microsoft was showing off AoM HD, Kinect Sports, and TitanFall. I spent a good amount of time at the console free play section playing WiiU games I don't own. And streetpassing. Always streetpassing.

I guess we'll find out in January.

#7 Posted by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

Shelton's still pretty good in New Japan. I can't believe that Nancy Grace is still a thing in 2014. Her coverage of the Benoit deal seven years ago was a sham, as is much of her stuff anyway.

She is the WORST.

DDP: "Back in the day we all did steroids"

Nancy: "I never did steroids!"

Thanks Nancy for making it clear that he was not talking about everyone in the world.

#8 Edited by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

@hadoken101 said:

@milkman: I was actually about to post an article that touches on everything you just said and thinking about it like that, I'm way more ok with everything that match said.

Thanks for sharing.

"But that's the point. It's not that Undertaker was giving us "one last look" at all his signature spots. The story of the match involved him thinking he could just go through the motions and somehow just win like he always does.

Isn't that what you were thinking watching it?"

100% true

#9 Edited by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

667,000 is fine but not ideal. They need to get the WWE Network on more devices. The only reason my dad was able to buy it is because he has my old PS3 hooked up to his TV for Netflix.

#10 Posted by ManMadeGod (1508 posts) -

I don't know you guys, the more people talk about it, the more I think it might've been unplanned for Undertaker to lose.

http://www.reddit.com/r/WWE/comments/22e3ou/most_shocking_reaction_to_211/cglxzki

Billy Gunn was apparently hurt too.

They had the 21-1 graphic on the screen after he lost. Was not unplanned.

@milkman said:

@turboman said:

One thing I'd like to point out.

WWE Network had zero problems.

ZERO.

Wow.

I seem to be the extreme minority here but that was not true at all for me.

It was pretty much perfect through HHH/Bryan but after that became completely unwatchable. Constantly stuttering, quality drops and a few outright crashes. (This is on the PS4 app, by the way) I had to switch to the /woo/ stream, which was perfect with no zero hitching and higher quality than the stream I payed for, which was pretty irritating.

Same. I had a TON of problems on the ps3. It would drop from 720p to what looked like 240p, shutter and rewind itself 4 seconds, and lock up. Happened all night. When the divas matched started, I went back into the menu to restart the stream and I see randy orton coming down the ramp. That's how far back I was behind the live stream.