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20th Mar '14 7:28:41 PM Conrail16
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Of course, we're never told exactly what match was canceled to bring us this spur-of-the-moment match. This leads us to three possibilities:
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Of course, we're never told exactly what match was canceled to bring us this spur-of-the-moment match. This leads us to three two possibilities:
3rd Feb '14 2:36:54 AM sbahnhof
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No need for snarky #3, surely...
Of course, we're never told exactly what match was canceled to bring us this spur-of-the-moment match. This leads us to [[strike:two]] three possibilities:
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Of course, we're never told exactly what match was canceled to bring us this spur-of-the-moment match. This leads us to [[strike:two]] three possibilities:

# Promoters go into a show ''with no main event whatsoever planned'' as a matter of course, and, if it weren't for the fact that their wrestlers are extremely volatile individuals, would have a lot of time to fill and nothing planned to fill it with, or, cynically... # The "confrontation" was scripted as a way to introduce what the main event is going to be (which is kept secret up to that point for the sake of the storyline).
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# Promoters go into a show ''with no main event whatsoever planned'' as a matter of course, and, if it weren't for the fact that their wrestlers are extremely volatile individuals, would have a lot of time to fill and nothing planned to fill it with, or, cynically... # The "confrontation" was scripted as a way to introduce what with. Vince [=McMahon=] popularized this phrase, and changing the main event is going to be (which is kept secret up to at the beginning of a show. One can say that point for the sake part of the storyline). reason for it was a counterattack against Wrestling/EricBischoff and Wrestling/{{WCW}} who, among other things, would reveal the results of taped WWF broadcasts. (OlderThanTheyThink. See the Wrestling/MondayNightWars page.) Even when live shows became the norm, the gimmick of changing the main event could be used to throw off the competition as well as Internet smarks. ---- !!Parodies:

This was once parodied in the e-wrestling federation ''Brawlers on a Budget'': "I'll face you on another night, in another ring!" Since Vince [=McMahon=] popularized it one can say that part of the reason for changing the main event at the beginning of the show was a counterattack against Wrestling/EricBischoff and Wrestling/{{WCW}} who, among other things, would reveal the results of taped WWF broadcasts. (OlderThanTheyThink. See the Wrestling/MondayNightWars page.) Even when live shows became the norm the gimmick of changing the main event could be used to throw off the competition as well as Internet smarks. As a matter of fact, in the Website/{{WrestleCrap}} made book ''The [=WrestleCrap=] Book Of Lists!'', one of the lists in the "Those Poor, Poor Promoters" section is "Top 4 Things Vince [=McMahon=] Loves To Talk About". The #3 entry is indeed marked, "This Very Ring." An excerpt, for your reading pleasure:
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* This was once parodied in the e-wrestling federation ''Brawlers on a Budget'': "I'll face you on another night, in another ring!" Since Vince [=McMahon=] popularized it one can say that part of the reason for changing the main event at the beginning of the show was a counterattack against Wrestling/EricBischoff and Wrestling/{{WCW}} who, among other things, would reveal the results of taped WWF broadcasts. (OlderThanTheyThink. See the Wrestling/MondayNightWars page.) Even when live shows became the norm the gimmick of changing the main event could be used to throw off the competition as well as Internet smarks. ring!" * As a matter of fact, in the Website/{{WrestleCrap}} made book ''The [=WrestleCrap=] Book Of Lists!'', one of the lists in the "Those Poor, Poor Promoters" section is "Top 4 Things Vince [=McMahon=] Loves To Talk About". The #3 entry is indeed marked, "This Very Ring." An excerpt, for your reading pleasure:

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3rd Feb '14 2:28:26 AM sbahnhof
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Interrupting a list midway thru? Be careful...
# Pro wrestling promoters are willing to scrap their pre-planned main events at the drop of a hat, or, stranger still...
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# Pro wrestling promoters are willing to scrap their pre-planned main events at the drop of a hat, or, stranger still...hat. ** Wouldn't the logical choice be dropping the ''lowest'' importance match off the bottom of the card instead?

** Wouldn't the logical choice be dropping the ''lowest'' importance match off the bottom of the card instead?
21st May '13 3:33:23 PM JIKTV
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-> ''"At {{Wrestlemania}}, Mike Tyson... [[PunctuatedForEmphasis In. This. Very. Ring...]]"'' -->-- '''VinceMcMahon'''
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-> ''"At {{Wrestlemania}}, Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}}, Mike Tyson... [[PunctuatedForEmphasis In. This. Very. Ring...]]"'' -->-- '''VinceMcMahon''' '''[[Wrestling/VinceMcMahon Vince [=McMahon=]]]'''

Since VinceMcMahon popularized it one can say that part of the reason for changing the main event at the beginning of the show was a counterattack against EricBischoff and WCW who, among other things, would reveal the results of taped WWF broadcasts. Even when live shows became the norm the gimmick of changing the main event could be used to throw off the competition as well as Internet smarks. As a matter of fact, in the WrestleCrap made book ''The WrestleCrap Book Of Lists!'', one of the lists in the "Those Poor, Poor Promoters" section is "Top 4 Things Vince [=McMahon=] Loves To Talk About". The #3 entry is indeed marked, "This Very Ring." An excerpt, for your reading pleasure: -->''You know, if Vince really wanted to change things up, he'd say, for example, "Triple H, you have crossed me for the last time! Quite frankly, I've had enough of your shenanigans, and therefore, later this evening you will be facing Randy Orton in some other ring other than this very ring." Sheesh, even in our fantasy world, where we dream of Vince not saying "this very ring," he still somehow sneaks it in. Bastard.''
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Since VinceMcMahon Vince [=McMahon=] popularized it one can say that part of the reason for changing the main event at the beginning of the show was a counterattack against EricBischoff Wrestling/EricBischoff and WCW Wrestling/{{WCW}} who, among other things, would reveal the results of taped WWF broadcasts. (OlderThanTheyThink. See the Wrestling/MondayNightWars page.) Even when live shows became the norm the gimmick of changing the main event could be used to throw off the competition as well as Internet smarks. As a matter of fact, in the WrestleCrap Website/{{WrestleCrap}} made book ''The WrestleCrap [=WrestleCrap=] Book Of Lists!'', one of the lists in the "Those Poor, Poor Promoters" section is "Top 4 Things Vince [=McMahon=] Loves To Talk About". The #3 entry is indeed marked, "This Very Ring." An excerpt, for your reading pleasure: -->''You know, if Vince really wanted to change things up, he'd say, for example, "Triple H, "Wrestling/TripleH, you have crossed me for the last time! Quite frankly, I've had enough of your shenanigans, and therefore, later this evening you will be facing Randy Orton in some other ring other than this very ring." Sheesh, even in our fantasy world, where we dream of Vince not saying "this very ring," he still somehow sneaks it in. Bastard.'' ''
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