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5th May '16 11:09:57 AM Peridonyx
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* clownishchimp: The whole Triple H as the COO angle. Before that the angle was about Wrestling/CMPunk shooting on Wrestling/VinceMcMahon and WWE, taking shots at their behind the scenes activities and their attempt at a PG public image. As a result Vince suspended him and decided to give someone else a shot at the title until John Cena confronted him and demanded that Punk get his shot or he would walk out. Vince agrees but says if [[YouHaveFailedMe Cena fails to beat Punk, he is fired]]. So Punk gets his shot, and despite Vince's attempts at another Wrestling/MontrealScrewjob, Punk wins and escapes with the title. At this point WWE is getting a ton of praise over the angle and people can't wait to see what happens next. The following night they hold a tournament to crown a new WWE Champion, while Cena is about to be fired by Vince, making people wonder if Vince would actually do it or not. Then the angle goes downhill when Triple H shows up completely out of the blue and announces that the Board of Directors has relieved Vince of his duties (even though VinceMcMahon is the majority owner of the company) and that he is the new COO. There's also the fact that this is VinceMcMahon the man whose been running WWE since the 80's and brought wrestling to the mainstream and boom periods such as the Rock N Wrestling and [[Wrestling/AttitudeEra Attitude Eras]], and who has played the BigBad of WWE programming since the MontrealScrewjob, and yet he's just kicked out of his own company out of nowhere and dropped and forgotten about like a bad date, just to stop him from firing Cena. It gets worse when Cena simply gets the title back the next week and Punk shows up right after he wins it. This has lead to an extremely confusing angle in which HHH and Punk are feuding, yet neither wants to do a FaceHeelTurn, making it hard for the fans to figure out who to root for. Then at Summerslam Punk beats Cena to be undisputed WWE champion, but is then attacked by Wrestling/KevinNash so that Wrestling/AlbertoDelRio, a heel whom WWE had pushed to the moon despite his lack of overness with the fans, can become the new champion. So Cena is now busy feuding with Del Rio for the title, while the angle turns into a three-way feud between Punk, HHH, and Nash(who is the one playing the heel), two of them being semi-retired from in-ring competition. There's a whole mystery over who sent the text to Nash, but he then reveals he sent it to himself, so HHH fires him. HHH and Punk finally face each other at Night of Champions, which has interference from TheMiz, [[Wrestling/RonKillings R-Truth]], and Nash, and HHH winds up winning the match, thus burying Punk. He then fires Miz and R-Truth and makes a Triple Threat match for HIAC between Punk, Cena (who beat Del Rio cleanly to win the title), and Del rio for the title. It ends with Del Rio winning the title despite just losing it weeks ago when Miz and R-Truth attack Punk. This incident leads to the entire roster becoming threatened by an "unsafe workplace"(yeah, they are afraid of the [[SmugSnake MIZ]] of all people), and pretty much everyone on the roster walks out since they do not have confidence in Triple H and want him to step down. Yes, almost the entire roster pulls a FaceHeelTurn because they do not support HHH, whom is being portrayed as the sympathetic face of the storyline. And there's no end in sight for this angle. To make things even worse, they are playing up [[YesMan John Laurinitis]] as the [[TheManBehindTheMan the person, or one of the people, behind the conspiracy]], meaning that potentially the angles payoff of this whole storyline is a semi-retired Wrestling/TripleH fighting one of his [[VinceMcMahon father-in-law's]] former stooges for control over WWE. Alternatively it could also lead to yet another feud between Wrestling/TripleH and his wife Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon for control over their father/father-in-law's company. What would make the latter potentially worse is that it may extend to Wrestlemania 28, in which the Wrestlemania ten years earlier saw the last feud between HHH and Stephanie, which was terrible and the match that the feud was building up to, HHH vs Wrestling/ChrisJericho, [[EpicFail somehow got to be the final match on the card over]] [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] vs [[Wrestling/HulkHogan Hollywood Hulk Hogan]], one of the biggest matches of all time. And Wrestlemania 28 has Rock vs Cena as the schedule main event. [[FridgeHorror Which means WWE could be repeating history by booking HHH and Stephanie's marriage problems over one of the biggest, most anticiopate matches of all time.]] So basically it looks like this whole thing is just to make HHH [[CreatorsPet the center]] [[SpotlightStealingSquad of attention]] once again. And as big as this rant is, it still probably doesn't fully cover how bad this is, but I will leave that to anyone else who has something to say about it.

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* clownishchimp: The whole Triple H as the COO angle. Before that the angle was about Wrestling/CMPunk shooting on Wrestling/VinceMcMahon and WWE, taking shots at their behind the scenes activities and their attempt at a PG public image. As a result Vince suspended him and decided to give someone else a shot at the title until John Cena confronted him and demanded that Punk get his shot or he would walk out. Vince agrees but says if [[YouHaveFailedMe Cena fails to beat Punk, he is fired]]. So Punk gets his shot, and despite Vince's attempts at another Wrestling/MontrealScrewjob, Punk wins and escapes with the title. At this point WWE is getting a ton of praise over the angle and people can't wait to see what happens next. The following night they hold a tournament to crown a new WWE Champion, while Cena is about to be fired by Vince, making people wonder if Vince would actually do it or not. Then the angle goes downhill when Triple H shows up completely out of the blue and announces that the Board of Directors has relieved Vince of his duties (even though VinceMcMahon is the majority owner of the company) company [[note]]However, according to RealLife business laws, while the majority shareholder does get the final say most of the time, the Board and/or the other shareholders can still file a legal injunction against his actual voting power if they feel that his actions just endanger the overall company too much -- which was presumably what ({{Kayfabe}}) happened here.[[/note]]) and that he is the new COO. There's also the fact that this is VinceMcMahon the man whose been running WWE since the 80's and brought wrestling to the mainstream and boom periods such as the Rock N Wrestling and [[Wrestling/AttitudeEra Attitude Eras]], and who has played the BigBad of WWE programming since the MontrealScrewjob, and yet he's just kicked out of his own company out of nowhere and dropped and forgotten about like a bad date, just to stop him from firing Cena. It gets worse when Cena simply gets the title back the next week and Punk shows up right after he wins it. This has lead to an extremely confusing angle in which HHH and Punk are feuding, yet neither wants to do a FaceHeelTurn, making it hard for the fans to figure out who to root for. Then at Summerslam Punk beats Cena to be undisputed WWE champion, but is then attacked by Wrestling/KevinNash so that Wrestling/AlbertoDelRio, a heel whom WWE had pushed to the moon despite his lack of overness with the fans, can become the new champion. So Cena is now busy feuding with Del Rio for the title, while the angle turns into a three-way feud between Punk, HHH, and Nash(who is the one playing the heel), two of them being semi-retired from in-ring competition. There's a whole mystery over who sent the text to Nash, but he then reveals he sent it to himself, so HHH fires him. HHH and Punk finally face each other at Night of Champions, which has interference from TheMiz, [[Wrestling/RonKillings R-Truth]], and Nash, and HHH winds up winning the match, thus burying Punk. He then fires Miz and R-Truth and makes a Triple Threat match for HIAC between Punk, Cena (who beat Del Rio cleanly to win the title), and Del rio for the title. It ends with Del Rio winning the title despite just losing it weeks ago when Miz and R-Truth attack Punk. This incident leads to the entire roster becoming threatened by an "unsafe workplace"(yeah, they are afraid of the [[SmugSnake MIZ]] of all people), and pretty much everyone on the roster walks out since they do not have confidence in Triple H and want him to step down. Yes, almost the entire roster pulls a FaceHeelTurn because they do not support HHH, whom is being portrayed as the sympathetic face of the storyline. And there's no end in sight for this angle. To make things even worse, they are playing up [[YesMan John Laurinitis]] as the [[TheManBehindTheMan the person, or one of the people, behind the conspiracy]], meaning that potentially the angles payoff of this whole storyline is a semi-retired Wrestling/TripleH fighting one of his [[VinceMcMahon father-in-law's]] former stooges for control over WWE. Alternatively it could also lead to yet another feud between Wrestling/TripleH and his wife Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon for control over their father/father-in-law's company. What would make the latter potentially worse is that it may extend to Wrestlemania 28, in which the Wrestlemania ten years earlier saw the last feud between HHH and Stephanie, which was terrible and the match that the feud was building up to, HHH vs Wrestling/ChrisJericho, [[EpicFail somehow got to be the final match on the card over]] [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] vs [[Wrestling/HulkHogan Hollywood Hulk Hogan]], one of the biggest matches of all time. And Wrestlemania 28 has Rock vs Cena as the schedule main event. [[FridgeHorror Which means WWE could be repeating history by booking HHH and Stephanie's marriage problems over one of the biggest, most anticiopate matches of all time.]] So basically it looks like this whole thing is just to make HHH [[CreatorsPet the center]] [[SpotlightStealingSquad of attention]] once again. And as big as this rant is, it still probably doesn't fully cover how bad this is, but I will leave that to anyone else who has something to say about it.
1st May '16 3:10:55 AM tsstevens
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** Tropers/tsstevens: I would second this and by rights this should probably be considered worse because of the disrespect shown to Amy Dumas as a person rather than the character she played. However for a moment put this shameful act in context of Lita being a slut heel, that was the villain she was. What brought this on to a degree was the Wrestling{{Kane}} angle where she is kidnapped and raped. Think about that for a moment: they try and sell a character by using rape. RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil is very much a RealLife trope. It deserves to be treated as being that heinous for real. If the WWE wanted to market Kane or Glenn Jacobs again this would be a major issue, or should have been, instead the whole idea seemed to have been forgotten or buried. To make it worse this seems to be a bout of punishment against Amy Dumas with other incidents such as male abuse and humiliation, all for saying that recreating the kiss she had with Wrestling/MattHardy would ruin the magic. And to make things even worse they had an angle with Gene Snitsky where he caused Lita to have a miscarriage of a baby she did not want in the first place and run with this angle for years. In the words of Wrestling/JimCornette who has spoken out against such ideas, fuck this company!

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** Tropers/tsstevens: I would second this and by rights this should probably be considered worse because of the disrespect shown to Amy Dumas as a person rather than the character she played. However for a moment put this shameful act in context of Lita being a slut heel, that was the villain she was. What brought this on to a degree was the Wrestling{{Kane}} Wrestling/{{Kane}} angle where she is kidnapped and raped. Think about that for a moment: they try and sell a character by using rape. RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil is very much a RealLife trope. It deserves to be treated as being that heinous for real. If the WWE wanted to market Kane or Glenn Jacobs again this would be a major issue, or should have been, instead the whole idea seemed to have been forgotten or buried. To make it worse this seems to be a bout of punishment against Amy Dumas with other incidents such as male abuse and humiliation, all for saying that recreating the kiss she had with Wrestling/MattHardy would ruin the magic. And to make things even worse they had an angle with Gene Snitsky where he caused Lita to have a miscarriage of a baby she did not want in the first place and run with this angle for years. In the words of Wrestling/JimCornette who has spoken out against such ideas, fuck this company!
1st May '16 3:09:55 AM tsstevens
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** Tropers/tsstevens: I would second this and by rights this should probably be considered worse because of the disrespect shown to Amy Dumas as a person rather than the character she played. However for a moment put this shameful act in context of Lita being a slut heel, that was the villain she was. What brought this on to a degree was the Wrestling{{Kane}} angle where she is kidnapped and raped. Think about that for a moment: they try and sell a character by using rape. RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil is very much a RealLife trope. It deserves to be treated as being that heinous for real. If the WWE wanted to market Kane or Glenn Jacobs again this would be a major issue, or should have been, instead the whole idea seemed to have been forgotten or buried. To make it worse this seems to be a bout of punishment against Amy Dumas with other incidents such as male abuse and humiliation, all for saying that recreating the kiss she had with Wrestling/MattHardy would ruin the magic. And to make things even worse they had an angle with Gene Snitsky where he caused Lita to have a miscarriage of a baby she did not want in the first place and run with this angle for years. In the words of Wrestling/JimCornette who has spoken out against such ideas, fuck this company!
13th Apr '16 2:15:00 PM DrRomoray
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* homiedclown: The beginning of the end was two things: 1) the 35-second "world title match" between Sting and Hardy, and 2) combining Fortune and Immortal. They should have been two rivals groups fighting each other instead of being a "group" of 15 wrestlers. Raven said it best on ''Talk is Jericho''. How, with the talent roster being that deep, do you only get ratings of 1-2? His answer is, well, you have the have the worst booking committee in the world to do that. And they did it.
8th Apr '16 1:56:17 PM emmens
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{{emmens}}: Wrestlemania 32 was bad and there are so many things I could call a dethroning moment of suck. The cheap use of legends, The Rock being in a "match" with Erick Rowan, the placement of the Undertaker vs Shane McMahon match where the fate of the wwe hung in the balance. but I think the truest dethroning moment of suck from all of this most recent Wrestlemania was from the night after. The opening ladder match ended in the best feel good moment of the year where Zack Ryder won his first Wresltemania match to become Intercontinental champion. this is significant due to how wwe has chosen to use Zack Ryder before this point (google it so this entry doesn't get too long.) and immediately on raw the next night Zack loses the championship, to The Miz, because his wife Maryse distracted Ryder. Absolutely disgusting.

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{{emmens}}: *{{emmens}}: Wrestlemania 32 was bad and there are so many things I could call a dethroning moment of suck. The cheap use of legends, The Rock being in a "match" with Erick Rowan, the placement of the Undertaker vs Shane McMahon match where the fate of the wwe hung in the balance. but I think the truest dethroning moment of suck from all of this most recent Wrestlemania was from the night after. The opening ladder match ended in the best feel good moment of the year where Zack Ryder won his first Wresltemania match to become Intercontinental champion. this is significant due to how wwe has chosen to use Zack Ryder before this point (google it so this entry doesn't get too long.) and immediately on raw the next night Zack loses the championship, to The Miz, because his wife Maryse distracted Ryder. Absolutely disgusting.
8th Apr '16 1:55:24 PM emmens
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* Emmens: and then the following three months of rematches against Orton, They had a match at night of champions, a match resulted in Daniel Bryan winning, to much glorious fanfare, only to have HHH show up, and vacate the champion due to a fast 3 count from a referee of whom HHH suspected and then fired for having some sort of conspiracy with Bryan. Another rematch happened at Battleground which ended in The Big Show, whom already was in one hell of a wallbanger of a storyline to begin with showed up and knocked both guys out. Skip forward another month to Hell in a Cell, They finally put these guys in a match, Shawn Michaels has been made special referee to call it right down the middle. Their in a cell so they can have zero interfer-oh hey Shawn gets knocked out and HHH runs into the cell and the ring, inadvertently get winges with an elbow to the head, next thing we know Shawn's making the 3 count on our new champion...Randy Orton. The audience was DEAD. The next night we see Shawn and Daniel Bryan talking in the ring ending in Shawn being put in the yes lock all while the camera tries so very hard to make Bryan seem like the bad guy. This whole feud felt so utterly pointless never mind the fact that anytime Orton and Bryan were in the ring together that HHH had to show for some stupid reason. Add to the fact that right now Daniel is booked with CM Punk in a match against The Wyatt Family at survivor series makes one wonder if he'll ever get anything close to an actual reign.

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* Emmens: and then the following three months of rematches against Orton, They had a match at night of champions, a match resulted in Daniel Bryan winning, to much glorious fanfare, only to have HHH show up, and vacate the champion due to a fast 3 count from a referee of whom HHH suspected and then fired for having some sort of conspiracy with Bryan. Another rematch happened at Battleground which ended in The Big Show, whom already was in one hell of a wallbanger of a storyline to begin with showed up and knocked both guys out. Skip forward another month to Hell in a Cell, They finally put these guys in a match, Shawn Michaels has been made special referee to call it right down the middle. Their in a cell so they can have zero interfer-oh hey Shawn gets knocked out and HHH runs into the cell and the ring, inadvertently get winges with an elbow to the head, next thing we know Shawn's making the 3 count on our new champion...Randy Orton. The audience was DEAD. The next night we see Shawn and Daniel Bryan talking in the ring ending in Shawn being put in the yes lock all while the camera tries so very hard to make Bryan seem like the bad guy. This whole feud felt so utterly pointless never mind the fact that anytime Orton and Bryan were in the ring together that HHH had to show for some stupid reason. Add to the fact that right now Daniel is booked with CM Punk in a match against The Wyatt Family at survivor series makes one wonder if he'll ever get anything close to an actual reign.


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{{emmens}}: Wrestlemania 32 was bad and there are so many things I could call a dethroning moment of suck. The cheap use of legends, The Rock being in a "match" with Erick Rowan, the placement of the Undertaker vs Shane McMahon match where the fate of the wwe hung in the balance. but I think the truest dethroning moment of suck from all of this most recent Wrestlemania was from the night after. The opening ladder match ended in the best feel good moment of the year where Zack Ryder won his first Wresltemania match to become Intercontinental champion. this is significant due to how wwe has chosen to use Zack Ryder before this point (google it so this entry doesn't get too long.) and immediately on raw the next night Zack loses the championship, to The Miz, because his wife Maryse distracted Ryder. Absolutely disgusting.
7th Mar '16 10:33:05 AM Jon91919
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* Jon Milne: One of the most distasteful things I have ever come across as a wrestling fan is the exploitation of real life deaths of people connected to wrestling for use in storyline angles, which namely tends to happen via the heel characters mocking the face characters about the death of said wrestling personality, but such efforts only tend to succeed in bringing really cheap heat from fans and smack of incredibly lazy and bad taste storytelling - Paige bringing up Reid Flair to Charlotte, and CM Punk bringing up Paul Bearer to the Undertaker being notable examples in recent years. But to me, the absolute nadir of this kind of thing was the "Eddie-sploitation" of 2006, in which the death of Eddie Guerrero was repeatedly utilised in truly disgusting storylines and angles, not least Randy Orton being scripted to tell Rey Mysterio that Eddie was "in hell", and that Rey had as much chance of beating Orton as Eddie had of coming back to life. Mark Henry would get in on the act, telling the Guerreros that he would spit on Eddie as well as the other family members if he was alive. And then Chavo and Vickie would be cast as the villains (yes, the ''villains'') in the feud they would have with Rey, and later Chris Benoit, and Eddie's name would keep on getting brought up despite fans very obviously hating that the WWE kept doing this. To understand how offensively bad this is, this is to date the only Gooker Award winning induction on Wrestlecrap to not contain any pictures or jokes, just straight up criticism about how truly full of bad taste this angle was.
18th Feb '16 5:13:19 AM Hallwings
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* dictatorsaurus: [[Wrestling/SethRollins Tyler Black]] vs. Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness from Injustice 2. Don't get me wrong; the match was tremendous. However, the booking of the finish is what supplies the moment. Not only was there a draw where the timekeeper messed up and called it after 45 minutes (instead of the usual hour), there was no on-screen payoff to the timekeeper's mishap. Plus, this finish essentially killed Wrestling/{{R|ingOfHonor}}OH's New Jersey market until 2012.[[note]] ROH ran two more shows in New Jersey in 2009, but both were far from the marquee cards New Jersey once had. They were set to return to Edison in April 2010, but they outright cancelled the show due to a poor advance (likewise, the show from Boston the night prior was only postponed until September). To put the drop in perspective, the New Jersey market witnessed the CM Punk World Title win and heel turn, the ROH debuts of Naomichi Marufuji and [[Wrestling/KentaKobayashi KENTA]], Homicide's [[HeelFaceTurn face turn]], Wrestling/SamoaJoe vs. Bryan Danielson during Danielson's World Title reign (KENTA vs. Davey Richards was on that same card that night), and Nigel [=McGuinness's=] World Title victory. When 2009 rolled along, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Toronto easily lapped Edison, NJ as one of ROH's major markets. They would return to Rahway, NJ for Killer Instinct in October 2012, which ironically enough, included another main event finish that has broken the base.[[/note]]

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* dictatorsaurus: [[Wrestling/SethRollins Tyler Black]] vs. Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness from Injustice 2. Don't get me wrong; the match was tremendous. However, the booking of the finish is what supplies the moment. Not only was there a draw where the timekeeper messed up and called it after 45 minutes (instead of the usual hour), there was no on-screen payoff to the timekeeper's mishap. Plus, this finish essentially killed Wrestling/{{R|ingOfHonor}}OH's New Jersey market until 2012.[[note]] ROH [[note]]{ROH ran two more shows in New Jersey in 2009, but both were far from the marquee cards New Jersey once had. They were set to return to Edison in April 2010, but they outright cancelled the show due to a poor advance (likewise, the show from Boston the night prior was only postponed until September). To put the drop in perspective, the New Jersey market witnessed the CM Punk World Title win and heel turn, the ROH debuts of Naomichi Marufuji and [[Wrestling/KentaKobayashi KENTA]], Homicide's [[HeelFaceTurn face turn]], Wrestling/SamoaJoe vs. Bryan Danielson during Danielson's World Title reign (KENTA vs. Davey Richards was on that same card that night), and Nigel [=McGuinness's=] World Title victory. When 2009 rolled along, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Toronto easily lapped Edison, NJ as one of ROH's major markets. They would return to Rahway, NJ for Killer Instinct in October 2012, which ironically enough, included another main event finish that has broken the base.[[/note]]}[[/note]]
17th Feb '16 12:58:08 PM SomeoneElse17
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* dictatorsaurus: [[Wrestling/SethRollins Tyler Black]] vs. [=Nigel McGuinness=] from Injustice 2. Don't get me wrong; the match was tremendous. However, the booking of the finish is what supplies the moment. Not only was there a draw where the timekeeper messed up and called it after 45 minutes (instead of the usual hour), there was no on-screen payoff to the timekeeper's mishap. Plus, this finish essentially killed Wrestling/{{R|ingOfHonor}}OH's New Jersey market until 2012.[[note]] ROH ran two more shows in New Jersey in 2009, but both were far from the marquee cards New Jersey once had. They were set to return to Edison in April 2010, but they outright cancelled the show due to a poor advance (likewise, the show from Boston the night prior was only postponed until September). To put the drop in perspective, the New Jersey market witnessed the CM Punk World Title win and heel turn, the ROH debuts of Naomichi Marufuji and [[Wrestling/KentaKobayashi KENTA]], Homicide's [[HeelFaceTurn face turn]], Wrestling/SamoaJoe vs. Bryan Danielson during Danielson's World Title reign (KENTA vs. Davey Richards was on that same card that night), and Nigel [=McGuinness's=] World Title victory. When 2009 rolled along, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Toronto easily lapped Edison, NJ as one of ROH's major markets. They would return to Rahway, NJ for Killer Instinct in October 2012, which ironically enough, included another main event finish that has broken the base.[[/note]]

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* dictatorsaurus: [[Wrestling/SethRollins Tyler Black]] vs. [=Nigel McGuinness=] Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness from Injustice 2. Don't get me wrong; the match was tremendous. However, the booking of the finish is what supplies the moment. Not only was there a draw where the timekeeper messed up and called it after 45 minutes (instead of the usual hour), there was no on-screen payoff to the timekeeper's mishap. Plus, this finish essentially killed Wrestling/{{R|ingOfHonor}}OH's New Jersey market until 2012.[[note]] ROH ran two more shows in New Jersey in 2009, but both were far from the marquee cards New Jersey once had. They were set to return to Edison in April 2010, but they outright cancelled the show due to a poor advance (likewise, the show from Boston the night prior was only postponed until September). To put the drop in perspective, the New Jersey market witnessed the CM Punk World Title win and heel turn, the ROH debuts of Naomichi Marufuji and [[Wrestling/KentaKobayashi KENTA]], Homicide's [[HeelFaceTurn face turn]], Wrestling/SamoaJoe vs. Bryan Danielson during Danielson's World Title reign (KENTA vs. Davey Richards was on that same card that night), and Nigel [=McGuinness's=] World Title victory. When 2009 rolled along, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Toronto easily lapped Edison, NJ as one of ROH's major markets. They would return to Rahway, NJ for Killer Instinct in October 2012, which ironically enough, included another main event finish that has broken the base.[[/note]]
27th Dec '15 2:40:10 PM Discar
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** Tropers/CynicalBastardo: And, of course, StoneColdSteveAustin suddenly turning heel (again) and joining WCW because "they appreciate him." Anyone who knows Austin's career and how he badly was treated in his WCW run, essentially [[DarthWiki/WallBanger began moving their heads in the direction of the nearest wall]].

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** Tropers/CynicalBastardo: And, of course, StoneColdSteveAustin suddenly turning heel (again) and joining WCW because "they appreciate him." Anyone who knows Austin's career and how he badly was treated in his WCW run, essentially [[DarthWiki/WallBanger began moving their heads in the direction of the nearest wall]].wall.
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