History Main / SpotMonkey

1st Sep '16 7:51:21 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** Wrestling/{{M|ontelVontaviousPorter}}VP has also ranted about this on the independent circuit, though unlike those above his complaint was about opponents hitting him too lightly, saying too many people who had no business throwing kicks were trying to imitate Wrestling/LowKi and Wrestling/SamoaJoe thanks to the match that [[StarMakingRole made the latter a star]].

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** Wrestling/{{M|ontelVontaviousPorter}}VP has also ranted about this on the independent circuit, though unlike those above his complaint was about opponents hitting him too lightly, saying too many people wrestlers who had no business throwing kicks [[FollowTheLeader were suddenly trying to imitate imitate]] a match between Wrestling/LowKi and Wrestling/SamoaJoe thanks to the match Wrestling/SamoaJoe that [[StarMakingRole made the latter a star]].
1st Sep '16 7:49:17 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** La Nazi had trouble finding work on the Mexican independent circuit during the 90s due to her unrelenting stiffness. Eventually Commandante Pierroth taught her how to protect opponents, after which she was quickly snatched up by Wreslting/{{AAA}} and Wrestling/{{CMLL}}.

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** La Nazi had trouble finding work on the Mexican independent circuit during the 90s due to her unrelenting stiffness. Eventually Commandante Pierroth taught her how to protect opponents, after which she was quickly snatched up by Wreslting/{{AAA}} Wrestling/{{AAA}} and Wrestling/{{CMLL}}.
1st Sep '16 7:48:50 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** While Baby Bull would later become one of the best stiff workers in the business, Wrestling/BigVanVader, he admits that during his early days in the Wrestling/AmericanWrestlingAssociation he was under the impression beating the piss out of your opponent was how to go about a match and the Gagnes had to teach him to dial it back.


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** Wrestling/{{M|ontelVontaviousPorter}}VP has also ranted about this on the independent circuit, though unlike those above his complaint was about opponents hitting him too lightly, saying too many people who had no business throwing kicks were trying to imitate Wrestling/LowKi and Wrestling/SamoaJoe thanks to the match that [[StarMakingRole made the latter a star]].
1st Sep '16 7:26:17 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** North of the border La Nazi's counterpart is Trenesha Biggers, who was eventually snatched up by TNA and Lucha Libre USA, ''without'' having received similar instruction, leading to her getting fight after hitting Roxxi Laveaux too hard in the former and [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Bryan Alvarez]] giving one of her matches the rare minus five stars rating in the latter after beating on Octagoncito and Masacrita Dorada.

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** North of the border La Nazi's counterpart North of the border is Trenesha Biggers, who was eventually snatched up by TNA and Lucha Libre USA, USA ''without'' having received receiving similar instruction, leading to her getting a fight after hitting Roxxi Laveaux too hard in the former and [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Bryan Alvarez]] giving one of her matches out the rare minus five stars rating in the latter after beating she beat on Octagoncito and Masacrita Dorada.Dorada in the latter.
1st Sep '16 7:19:06 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* North of the border La Nazi's counterpart is Trenesha Biggers, who was eventually snatched up by TNA and Lucha Libre USA, ''without'' having received similar instruction, leading to her getting fight after hitting Roxxi Laveaux too hard in the former and [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Bryan Alvarez]] giving one of her matches the rare minus five stars rating in the latter after beating on Octagoncito and Masacrita Dorada.

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* ** North of the border La Nazi's counterpart is Trenesha Biggers, who was eventually snatched up by TNA and Lucha Libre USA, ''without'' having received similar instruction, leading to her getting fight after hitting Roxxi Laveaux too hard in the former and [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Bryan Alvarez]] giving one of her matches the rare minus five stars rating in the latter after beating on Octagoncito and Masacrita Dorada.
1st Sep '16 7:18:27 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** La Nazi had trouble finding work on the Mexican independent circuit during the 90s due to her unrelenting stiffness. Eventually Commandante Pierroth taught her how to protect opponents, after which she was quickly snatched up by Wreslting/{{AAA}} and Wrestling/{{CMLL}}. North of the border her counterpart would be Trenesha Biggers, who was eventually snatched up by TNA and Lucha Libre USA, ''without'' having received similar instruction, leading to her getting fight after hitting Roxxi Laveaux too hard in the former and [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Bryan Alvarez]] giving one of her matches the rare minus five stars rating in the latter after beating on Octagoncito and Masacrita Dorada.

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** La Nazi had trouble finding work on the Mexican independent circuit during the 90s due to her unrelenting stiffness. Eventually Commandante Pierroth taught her how to protect opponents, after which she was quickly snatched up by Wreslting/{{AAA}} and Wrestling/{{CMLL}}.
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North of the border her La Nazi's counterpart would be is Trenesha Biggers, who was eventually snatched up by TNA and Lucha Libre USA, ''without'' having received similar instruction, leading to her getting fight after hitting Roxxi Laveaux too hard in the former and [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Bryan Alvarez]] giving one of her matches the rare minus five stars rating in the latter after beating on Octagoncito and Masacrita Dorada.
1st Sep '16 7:15:48 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** La Nazi had trouble finding work on the Mexican independent circuit during the 90s due to her unrelenting stiffness. Eventually Commandante Pierroth taught her how to protect opponents, after which she was quickly snatched up by Wreslting/{{AAA}} and Wrestling/{{CMLL}}. North of the border her counterpart would be Trensha Biggers, who was eventually snatched up by TNA and Lucha Libre USA, ''without'' having received similar instruction, leading to her getting fight after hitting Roxxi Laveaux too hard in the former and [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Bryan Alvarez]] giving one of her matches the rare minus five stars rating in the latter after beating on Octagoncito and Masacrita Dorada.

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** La Nazi had trouble finding work on the Mexican independent circuit during the 90s due to her unrelenting stiffness. Eventually Commandante Pierroth taught her how to protect opponents, after which she was quickly snatched up by Wreslting/{{AAA}} and Wrestling/{{CMLL}}. North of the border her counterpart would be Trensha Trenesha Biggers, who was eventually snatched up by TNA and Lucha Libre USA, ''without'' having received similar instruction, leading to her getting fight after hitting Roxxi Laveaux too hard in the former and [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Bryan Alvarez]] giving one of her matches the rare minus five stars rating in the latter after beating on Octagoncito and Masacrita Dorada.
1st Sep '16 7:14:06 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** In the 1980s, Pavillón Azteca ''Super Lunes'' shows were characterized by overly stiff matches, especially those involving Super Muñeco, a popular draw known for having the second highest number of [[HumiliatingWager apuestas wins]] in lucha libre history. Because Muñeco was a small man with a {{comedy|ghetto}} [[NonIronicClown clown]] gimmick, his opponents resented having to lose to him and would make sure to legitimately beat him up before allowing him to win.
** La Nazi had trouble finding work on the Mexican independent circuit during the 90s due to her unrelenting stiffness. Eventually Commandante Pierroth taught her how to protect opponents, after which she was quickly snatched up by Wreslting/{{AAA}} and Wrestling/{{CMLL}}. North of the border her counterpart would be Trensha Biggers, who was eventually snatched up by TNA and Lucha Libre USA, ''without'' having received similar instruction, leading to her getting fight after hitting Roxxi Laveaux too hard in the former and [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Bryan Alvarez]] giving one of her matches the rare minus five stars rating in the latter after beating on Octagoncito and Masacrita Dorada.
31st Aug '16 7:32:38 PM wanderlustwarrior
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* [[{{Wrestling/ShaneMcMahon}} Shane [=McMahon=]]] doing a Shooting Star Press onto a garbage can in his match with [[KurtAngle Kurt Angle]] at the King of the Ring PPV, since it was pure showing off as the move would only hurt Shane and do nothing to Angle.
** Shane is this all over, despite the fact he was a sitting executive at WWF during all his absurd stunts. Did a flying elbow drop from the corner to the announce table at [=WrestleMania X-Seven=] to his dad, his signature move is a corner-to-corner dropkick into a trashcan, and his most famous spot is definitely the leap of faith off the Titantron. He has also taken some nasty bumps too (such as being thrown through the King of the Ring set onto unpadded concrete, a bump that took ''multiple'' attempts to make work, with him landing squarely on his head on the failed tries).

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* [[{{Wrestling/ShaneMcMahon}} Shane [=McMahon=]]] doing a Shooting Star Press onto a garbage can in his match with [[KurtAngle Kurt Angle]] at the King of the Ring PPV, since it was pure showing off as the move would only hurt Shane and do nothing to Angle.
** Shane is this all over,
[=McMahon=]]], despite the fact he was is a sitting executive at WWF during all his absurd stunts. WWF/E, part of one of the most legacied families in the business, and the boss' only son, who knows how to fight and wrestle. Did a flying elbow drop from the corner to the announce table at [=WrestleMania X-Seven=] to his dad, his signature move is a corner-to-corner dropkick into a trashcan, and his most famous spot is definitely the leap Leap of faith Faith off the Titantron. Titantron or Hell in a Cell. He has also taken some nasty bumps too (such as being thrown through the King of the Ring set onto unpadded concrete, a bump that took ''multiple'' attempts to make work, with him landing squarely on his head on the failed tries).tries), being sent through a plate of plexiglass twice and landing on his head and neck the first time, doing a Shooting Star Press onto a garbage can in his match with [[KurtAngle Kurt Angle]] at the King of the Ring PPV, since it was pure showing off as the move would only hurt Shane and do nothing to Angle.
18th Jun '16 10:21:19 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* A common criticism leveled at modern action games (perhaps most notoriously the later installments in the ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' series) is that they have become long strings of barely-connected {{Videogame Set Piece}}s that introduce new gameplay mechanics for one stage, climax with a big "wow" moment, then jump on to the next one and never use the just-introduced mechanic again. The similarity to spot monkeying is quite striking.
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