History YMMV / JohnBradshawLayfield

16th Oct '17 5:46:43 PM nombretomado
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Both as an Acolyte and as a color commentator, especially his current run using his old-school knowledge and having him take the heel-sympathizing role that has long been missed since JerryLawler abandoned it in favor of being neutral in the 2005 [[labelnote:*]]as a foil to then-heel Jonathan Coachman[[/labelnote]] and face-leaning later on. [[note]]Color analysts [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality regardless of their own alignments]], often sympathize with heels to provide a foil to the neutral or babyface-leaning lead commentator. While MichaelCole (a commentator) was heel from 2010-2012, he was babyface-leaning as well except to the enemies of his favorites (ie. DanielBryan)[[/note]]

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Both as an Acolyte and as a color commentator, especially his current run using his old-school knowledge and having him take the heel-sympathizing role that has long been missed since JerryLawler abandoned it in favor of being neutral in the 2005 [[labelnote:*]]as a foil to then-heel Jonathan Coachman[[/labelnote]] and face-leaning later on. [[note]]Color analysts [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality regardless of their own alignments]], often sympathize with heels to provide a foil to the neutral or babyface-leaning lead commentator. While MichaelCole Wrestling/MichaelCole (a commentator) was heel from 2010-2012, he was babyface-leaning as well except to the enemies of his favorites (ie. DanielBryan)[[/note]]Wrestling/DanielBryan)[[/note]]
30th Aug '17 1:53:33 AM HalcyonDayz
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* CreatorsPet: Vince McMahon is said to be huge fans of JBL due to large part that JBL tends to give McMahon stock market advice. However in light of the recent bullying accusations against JBL, many fans have called for JBL to be fired after what he did to Mauro Ranallo. But don't expect McMahon to fire JBL due to their close relationship as well as McMahon's apparent distain for Ranallo.

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* CreatorsPet: Vince McMahon Wrestling/VinceMcMahon is said to be huge fans of JBL due to large part that JBL tends to give McMahon [=McMahon=] stock market advice. However in light of the recent bullying accusations against JBL, many fans have called for JBL to be fired after what he did to Mauro Ranallo. But don't expect McMahon [=McMahon=] to fire JBL due to their close relationship as well as McMahon's [=McMahon=]'s apparent distain for Ranallo.



*** It dosen't help his case that the JBL character wasn't given anywhere near enough time to get over enough with the fans to remotly justifiy his main event push. Layfield's final pay per view match as Bradshaw saw him and Faarooq challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a throw away Fatal 4-Way Match (which they bearly even participated in) and two months later, he was main eventing Judgment Day challenging Wrestling/EddieGuerrero for the WWE Championship. And after becoming champion, nearly every single one of JBL's title defenses would feature heavy interference from his stable The Cabinet, which would (depending on the stipulation) either get him disqualified or allow him to win. If JBL didn't win by cheating, he won by dumb luck (which is basically how he won the WWE Championship in the first place). The only time a JBL title defense had absolutely no shenanigans go down, was when he lost the WWE Championship to Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestlemania 21.

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*** It dosen't doesn't help his case that the JBL character wasn't given anywhere near enough time to get over enough with the fans to remotly justifiy remotely justify his main event push. Layfield's final pay per view match as Bradshaw saw him and Faarooq challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a throw away Fatal 4-Way Match (which they bearly even participated in) and two months later, he was main eventing Judgment Day challenging Wrestling/EddieGuerrero for the WWE Championship. And after becoming champion, nearly every single one of JBL's title defenses would feature heavy interference from his stable The Cabinet, which would (depending on the stipulation) either get him disqualified or allow him to win. If JBL didn't win by cheating, he won by dumb luck (which is basically how he won the WWE Championship in the first place). The only time a JBL title defense had absolutely no shenanigans go down, was when he lost the WWE Championship to Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestlemania 21.
2nd Jul '17 7:03:46 PM Boman803
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11th May '17 1:56:15 PM cyhh2002
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* CreatorsPet: Vince McMahon is said to be huge fans of JBL due to large part that JBL tends to give McMahon stock market advice. However in light of the recent bullying accusations against JBL, many fans have called for JBL to be fired after what he did to Mauro Ranallo. But don't expect McMahon to fire JBL due to their close relationship as well as McMahon's apparent distain for Ranallo.
11th Apr '17 5:02:55 PM darkpowrjd
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** The most recent controversy involving him bullying his most recent broadcast partner Mauro Ranallo has become a major tipping point in several fans wanting him to be removed completely after several former WWE employees have came forward about some of his antics. Some have even called for the WWE to fire him. and Ranallo and JBL in a major real-life Twitter war (shown that it's not part of a WWE story line by JBL blocking Twitter accounts that either criticize him about the current ordeal or even support Ranallo in any way). The issue stems from him allegedly bullying Ranallo, who's been diagnosed with bipolar anxiety and depression disorder. With even ''SportsIllustrated'' picking up on the story, it might become a turning point in how the WWE handles the retired wrestler.

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** The most recent controversy involving him bullying his most recent broadcast partner Mauro Ranallo has become a major tipping point in several fans wanting him to be removed completely after several former WWE employees have came forward about some of his antics. Some have even called for the WWE to fire him. and Ranallo and JBL have even been in a major real-life Twitter war (shown that it's not part of a WWE story line by JBL blocking Twitter accounts that either criticize him about the current ordeal or even support Ranallo in any way). The issue stems from him allegedly bullying Ranallo, who's been diagnosed with bipolar anxiety and depression disorder. With even ''SportsIllustrated'' picking up on the story, it might become a turning point in how the WWE handles the retired wrestler.
11th Apr '17 4:59:13 PM darkpowrjd
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*** It dosen't help his case that the JBL character wasn't given anywhere near enough time to get over enough with the fans to remotly justifiy his main event push. Layfield's final pay per view match as Bradshaw saw him and Faarooq challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a throw away Fatal 4-Way Match (which they bearly even participated in) and two months later, he was main eventing Judgment Day challenging Wrestling/EddieGuerrero for the WWE Championship. And after becoming champion, nearly every single one of JBL's title defenses would feature heavy interference from his stable The Cabinet, which would (depending on the stipulation) either get him disqualified or allow him to win. If JBL didn't win by cheating, he won by dumb luck (which is basically how he won the WWE Championship in the first place). The only time a JBL title defense had absolutly no shenanigans go down, was when he lost the WWE Championship to Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestlemania 21.
** Beating the shit out of Wrestling/TheBlueMeanie did not help his popularity either (at least with the [[Wrestling/{{ECW}} Mutants]]).

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*** It dosen't help his case that the JBL character wasn't given anywhere near enough time to get over enough with the fans to remotly justifiy his main event push. Layfield's final pay per view match as Bradshaw saw him and Faarooq challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a throw away Fatal 4-Way Match (which they bearly even participated in) and two months later, he was main eventing Judgment Day challenging Wrestling/EddieGuerrero for the WWE Championship. And after becoming champion, nearly every single one of JBL's title defenses would feature heavy interference from his stable The Cabinet, which would (depending on the stipulation) either get him disqualified or allow him to win. If JBL didn't win by cheating, he won by dumb luck (which is basically how he won the WWE Championship in the first place). The only time a JBL title defense had absolutly absolutely no shenanigans go down, was when he lost the WWE Championship to Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestlemania 21.
** Beating the shit out of Wrestling/TheBlueMeanie did not help his popularity either (at least with the [[Wrestling/{{ECW}} Mutants]]).Mutants]]).
** The most recent controversy involving him bullying his most recent broadcast partner Mauro Ranallo has become a major tipping point in several fans wanting him to be removed completely after several former WWE employees have came forward about some of his antics. Some have even called for the WWE to fire him. and Ranallo and JBL in a major real-life Twitter war (shown that it's not part of a WWE story line by JBL blocking Twitter accounts that either criticize him about the current ordeal or even support Ranallo in any way). The issue stems from him allegedly bullying Ranallo, who's been diagnosed with bipolar anxiety and depression disorder. With even ''SportsIllustrated'' picking up on the story, it might become a turning point in how the WWE handles the retired wrestler.
3rd Mar '17 7:06:52 PM Boman803
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*** It dosen't help his case that the JBL character wasn't given anywhere near enough time to get over enough with the fans to remotly justifiy his main event push. Layfield's final pay per view match as Bradshaw see him and Faarooq challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a throw away Fatal 4-Way Match (which they bearly even participated in) and two months later, he was main eventing Judgment Day challenging Wrestling/EddieGuerrero for the WWE Championship. And after becoming champion, nearly every single one of JBL's title defenses would feature heavy interference from his stable The Cabinet, which would (depending on the stipulation) either get him disqualified or allow him to win. If JBL didn't win by cheating, he won by dumb luck (which is basically how he won the WWE Championship in the first place). The only time a JBL title defense had absolutly no shenanigans go down, was when he lost the WWE Championship to Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestlemania 21.

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*** It dosen't help his case that the JBL character wasn't given anywhere near enough time to get over enough with the fans to remotly justifiy his main event push. Layfield's final pay per view match as Bradshaw see saw him and Faarooq challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a throw away Fatal 4-Way Match (which they bearly even participated in) and two months later, he was main eventing Judgment Day challenging Wrestling/EddieGuerrero for the WWE Championship. And after becoming champion, nearly every single one of JBL's title defenses would feature heavy interference from his stable The Cabinet, which would (depending on the stipulation) either get him disqualified or allow him to win. If JBL didn't win by cheating, he won by dumb luck (which is basically how he won the WWE Championship in the first place). The only time a JBL title defense had absolutly no shenanigans go down, was when he lost the WWE Championship to Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestlemania 21.
3rd Mar '17 7:06:11 PM Boman803
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*** It dosen't help his case that the JBL character wasn't given anywhere near enough time to get over enough with the fans to remotly justifiy his main event push. Layfield's final pay per view match as Bradshaw see him and Faarooq challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a throw away Fatal 4-Way Match (which they bearly even participated in) and two months later, he was main eventing Judgment Day challenging Wrestling/EddieGuerrero for the WWE Championship. And after becoming champion, nearly every single one of JBL's title defenses would feature heavy interference from his stable The Cabinet, which would (depending on the stipulation) either get him disqualified or allow him to win. If JBL didn't win by cheating, he won by dumb luck (which is basically how he won the WWE Championship in the first place). The only time a JBL title defense had absolutly no shenanigans go down, was when he lost the WWE Championship to Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestlemania 21

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*** It dosen't help his case that the JBL character wasn't given anywhere near enough time to get over enough with the fans to remotly justifiy his main event push. Layfield's final pay per view match as Bradshaw see him and Faarooq challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a throw away Fatal 4-Way Match (which they bearly even participated in) and two months later, he was main eventing Judgment Day challenging Wrestling/EddieGuerrero for the WWE Championship. And after becoming champion, nearly every single one of JBL's title defenses would feature heavy interference from his stable The Cabinet, which would (depending on the stipulation) either get him disqualified or allow him to win. If JBL didn't win by cheating, he won by dumb luck (which is basically how he won the WWE Championship in the first place). The only time a JBL title defense had absolutly no shenanigans go down, was when he lost the WWE Championship to Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestlemania 21 21.
3rd Mar '17 7:05:38 PM Boman803
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** As stated down in XPacHeat, some fans felt that JBL's reign as WWE Champion went longer then it should have while others felt like he shouldn't have won the title at all.


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*** It dosen't help his case that the JBL character wasn't given anywhere near enough time to get over enough with the fans to remotly justifiy his main event push. Layfield's final pay per view match as Bradshaw see him and Faarooq challenge for the WWE Tag Team Championship in a throw away Fatal 4-Way Match (which they bearly even participated in) and two months later, he was main eventing Judgment Day challenging Wrestling/EddieGuerrero for the WWE Championship. And after becoming champion, nearly every single one of JBL's title defenses would feature heavy interference from his stable The Cabinet, which would (depending on the stipulation) either get him disqualified or allow him to win. If JBL didn't win by cheating, he won by dumb luck (which is basically how he won the WWE Championship in the first place). The only time a JBL title defense had absolutly no shenanigans go down, was when he lost the WWE Championship to Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestlemania 21
1st Feb '17 3:27:08 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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** "JBL likes naked muscular girls" after JBL rather carelessly [[http://www.wrestling-online.com/wwe/jbl-posts-screenshot-tweet-during-takeover-forgets-to-close-nude-search-tab/ tweeted a screenshot of his browser]] with a Google search for "Katka Kytova nude" visible in the corner[[note]]Katka Kyptova is a female Czech bodybuilder who's so absurdly over-muscled that her body is indistinguishable from a massively-musclar man's[[/note]]. King Ross leaped at the opportunity.

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** "JBL likes naked muscular girls" after JBL rather carelessly [[http://www.wrestling-online.com/wwe/jbl-posts-screenshot-tweet-during-takeover-forgets-to-close-nude-search-tab/ tweeted a screenshot of his browser]] with a Google search for "Katka Kytova Kyptova nude" visible in the corner[[note]]Katka Kyptova is a female Czech bodybuilder who's so absurdly over-muscled that her body is indistinguishable from a massively-musclar man's[[/note]]. King Ross leaped at the opportunity.
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