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Old 02-07-2013, 06:34 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Definitely agree, it'd look so much better, but if they do that, they're of course copying WWE #sarcasm
WCW did this towards the end and it looked really shit. It looked like someone took gym mats and draped them over the rail. It was obvious they were trying to copy the padded wall WWF introduced @ SS 98.
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:48 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Regardless at the end of the day.Im sure they will this stage.

Its acutely better then the wwe stages and more unique.
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:59 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Old 02-07-2013, 07:08 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Regardless at the end of the day.Im sure they will this stage.

Its acutely better then the wwe stages and more unique.
It is better. WWE have overkilled their production. OTT, too distracting. Too much going on and too clean-cut.
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It is better. WWE have overkilled their production. OTT, too distracting. Too much going on and too clean-cut.
I like it, the lights are awesome too. BFG 2010 had the perfect set-up.
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Old 02-07-2013, 07:40 PM   #46 (permalink)
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I like it, the lights are awesome too. BFG 2010 had the perfect set-up.
You think the BFG 2010 set was better ? That is where the stage started and they have added to it ever since.


Its basicly the screen with the lights behind it. I like it now with all the steel around it and the steel out of each side of the screen.

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You think the BFG 2010 set was better ? That is where the stage started and they have added to it ever since.


Its basicly the screen with the lights behind it. I like it now with all the steel around it and the steel out of each side of the screen.


I like it better because if I remember correctly, the entrance screen lifted up.
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Old 02-07-2013, 07:57 PM   #48 (permalink)
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I like it better because if I remember correctly, the entrance screen lifted up.
They can make the screen lift on any variation of that setup. Plus the big thing thats important about the slammy set.Is the fact the stage row of lights.Are split into 3 parts.So people can acutely walk from the back up the middle of the stage.That BFG 2010 set.They had to go from the side and up.
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They can make the screen lift on any variation of that setup. Plus the big thing thats important about the slammy set.Is the fact the stage row of lights.Are split into 3 parts.So people can acutely walk from the back up the middle of the stage.That BFG 2010 set.They had to go from the side and up.
Ah yes I remember what you're talking about now. I hope we see that set then.
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WCW did this towards the end and it looked really shit. It looked like someone took gym mats and draped them over the rail. It was obvious they were trying to copy the padded wall WWF introduced @ SS 98.
http://www.barrierjackets.com/barric...les-and-sizes/

See the one which says "Ground length barrier jacket" and "Continuous barrier cover". They could make continuous ground-length barrier jackets. Decide the number of guardrails you would use around the ring based on the space required between the ring and the guardrails (this number should be fixed for all shows) and produce three sets of continuous ground-length barrier jackets, one for each side and one for the announce table side. Then have two individual ground-length barrier jackets for the entrance side barriers.

The ones they used in WCW weren't ground length I believe. That's because the guardrails they used had a base that didn't allow the use of such barrier jackets. But nowadays most (if not all) TNA shows I see use flat-base guardrails, so they can use ground-length barrier jackets for them.
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