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Old 02-18-2013, 02:23 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Hunter is in the biggest wrestling promotion in the world while Hogan is wasting his time in a indy promotion. History is written by the winners... .
how about you learn to stand on your own feet and get off of COD's bandwagon, puppet
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Old 02-18-2013, 02:39 PM   #42 (permalink)
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People getting nervous about Impact Wrestling stepping their game up, I see. Keep the laughs coming, guys. When you wander over into a promotion's section just to trash it, it says a lot. To quote the great Austin Aries: "If you're scared, say you're scared," because a confident person has no reason to lash out.

And trust, WWE would not hesitate to put Hulk back on, and all the people who belittle his presence in TNA would mark if he showed up on RAW or something. Let's be real here: people like this resent that he's in TNA because they would rather see him in WWE, if they want see him. Like they did with Rick Flair. It's like that ridiculous post someone put way back when talking about how Aries and Roode were being wasted in TNA. What it was really about was, "Ugh, I don't want to have to watch TNA in order to see these wrestlers," because if they really knew the product, then they would know that either one has been anything but wasted.

Anyway, on the topic, I do like what Hogan said, whether it's crap or not (which I don't think it is). Only he knows whether it was or not, but what's important is that he said it. If he puts the company over verbally whether he means it or not, he still puts the company over. If he has sense and a soul, then given everything they've invested in him, he should feel obligated to give something back. Frankly, I only think it's crap to those who don't agree with what he said. It sounded on point to me.
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Old 02-19-2013, 04:13 AM   #43 (permalink)
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People getting nervous about Impact Wrestling stepping their game up, I see. Keep the laughs coming, guys. When you wander over into a promotion's section just to trash it, it says a lot. To quote the great Austin Aries: "If you're scared, say you're scared," because a confident person has no reason to lash out.

And trust, WWE would not hesitate to put Hulk back on, and all the people who belittle his presence in TNA would mark if he showed up on RAW or something. Let's be real here: people like this resent that he's in TNA because they would rather see him in WWE, if they want see him. Like they did with Rick Flair. It's like that ridiculous post someone put way back when talking about how Aries and Roode were being wasted in TNA. What it was really about was, "Ugh, I don't want to have to watch TNA in order to see these wrestlers," because if they really knew the product, then they would know that either one has been anything but wasted.
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Anyway, on the topic, I do like what Hogan said, whether it's crap or not (which I don't think it is). Only he knows whether it was or not, but what's important is that he said it. If he puts the company over verbally whether he means it or not, he still puts the company over. If he has sense and a soul, then given everything they've invested in him, he should feel obligated to give something back. Frankly, I only think it's crap to those who don't agree with what he said. It sounded on point to me.
but now its long overdue for him bring it all full circle

say that a future guy is the best in the world by far

stand in the ring with this guranteed main eventer

be that guys manager and spend every waking moment saying that the world is his clients oyster

say things like "i know you all are happy to see me but i'm here to see MCMG vs Beer Money in the main event brother"

you know share the bloody wealth, mr so called superstar in 2013

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Old 02-19-2013, 04:51 AM   #44 (permalink)
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tell me that you're not that dumb and believe what shit is coming from hogans mouth. saw potential in TNA and he was sick of Vince running WWE? He only came to TNA just for the money cause Vince didn't give a rats ass about him anymore and was sick of his shit creative control and demanding huge money to appear on some RAW show or at WrestleMania 25 against Cena.
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Old 02-19-2013, 04:56 AM   #46 (permalink)
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TNA lol
You, like all people like you, dont watch TNA and therefore have no idea about its quality/lack of.
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Old 02-19-2013, 11:51 AM   #47 (permalink)
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DaFUQ is so owned in this thread lol.

Such a wwe-pg-mark-12-year-old-kid.
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Old 02-19-2013, 01:37 PM   #48 (permalink)
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you're a Tits N' Ass fan so your opinion is irrelevant.


Hunter is in the biggest wrestling promotion in the world while Hogan is wasting his time in a indy promotion. History is written by the winners... so in wrestling fans minds Hunter is bigger than Hogan just for the fact that he's in WWE. And no one gives a fuck anymore of what Hogan has done 30 years ago.
Alright I hate to get into forum 'arguments' but this one is beyond ridiculous. It's pretty much a rhetorical question, but have you ever been to an indie show? No... TNA is hardly an independent promotion.
And true wrestling fans care about the last 30 years of the business. Hogan is a massive part of that history and this post was simply saying his recent contributions to Impact have felt genuine and very good for the company AND wrestling.
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Old 02-19-2013, 05:24 PM   #49 (permalink)
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Old Terry the Hulk Boulder is enjoying himself in his role. You can tell that his enthusiasm is higher which is probably because he has had time to get past his divorce and all fall out from that. I like how he meshes with a lot of the guys such as Kaz and Daniels in his role of being the boss.
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Old 02-19-2013, 09:00 PM   #50 (permalink)
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Now TNA can get what they paid for and that's a media spokesperson to help drive attention to live TNA events with fans who pay.
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