ECW the last episode discussion for 2.16.10

What was your favorite year of the WWE's ECW?

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    JandSman

    [21]Feb 16, 2010
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    Carlito will train Michael Tarver. Why was Abraham segment needed. Also ECW Title match is next we might get a 20 minute title match that is Extreme Rules should be good.
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    telvisnostic

    [22]Feb 16, 2010
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    This is the most I've seen you post on here.
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    Zhiner

    [23]Feb 16, 2010
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    Oh Lord I hope A.W. gets the pink slip ,and never to appear wasting time on any other show bleh.

    Tag match was okay, I liked Yoshi's dragon tights...

    Carlito a pro in NXT?,Okay maybe the show will probably be somewhat watchable...
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    ballin1347

    [24]Feb 16, 2010
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    telvisnostic wrote:
    And the more they talk about the concept of NXT, I feel myself finding something new to watch at 10pm on Tuesdays.

    My thoughts exactly. This show has barely mentioned the end of ECW compared to the new show and where the other guys are going. I can tell I haven't been missing much. By the way, since when has Kozlov been face?
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    JandSman

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    telvisnostic wrote:
    This is the most I've seen you post on here.
    i came here on some ECW's i just usually forget to post also everyones favorite wrestler

    Bryan Danielson (WWE Name Daniel Bryan) will be trained by The Miz
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    telvisnostic

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    ballin1347 wrote:
    telvisnostic wrote:
    And the more they talk about the concept of NXT, I feel myself finding something new to watch at 10pm on Tuesdays.
    My thoughts exactly. This show has barely mentioned the end of ECW compared to the new show and where the other guys are going. I can tell I haven't been missing much. By the way, since when has Kozlov been face?
    When Jackson and Regal turned on him a while back, he got some decent cheers.
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    Randyspeeps

    [27]Feb 16, 2010
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    I find it funny that the Miz will train Bryan Danielson.
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    JandSman

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    Randyspeeps wrote:
    I find it funny that the Miz will train Bryan Danielson.
    Jericho would be a better fit

    Christian will train Heath Slater

    Edited on 02/16/2010 7:41pm
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    Randyspeeps

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    JandSman wrote:
    Randyspeeps wrote:
    I find it funny that the Miz will train Bryan Danielson.
    jericho would be a better fit
    Danielson doesn't need training, unless it's promo work.
    Edited on 02/16/2010 7:42pm
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    telvisnostic

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    Randyspeeps wrote:
    JandSman wrote:
    Randyspeeps wrote:
    I find it funny that the Miz will train Bryan Danielson.
    jericho would be a better fit
    Danielson doesn't need training, unless it's promo work.
    For the style of WWE wrestling, he might. It's a totally different animal than Ring of Honor, Japan, Germany, Italy and all the other places he's been in.
    Edited on 02/16/2010 7:45pm
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    Zhiner

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    Miz/Bryan sounds like a terrible pair.I don't want to see Bryan trying to impersonate Miz!
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    dannyranger8

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    pretty good promo so far by Christian
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    ballin1347

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    telvisnostic wrote:
    Randyspeeps wrote:
    JandSman wrote:
    Randyspeeps wrote:
    I find it funny that the Miz will train Bryan Danielson.
    jericho would be a better fit
    Danielson doesn't need training, unless it's promo work.
    For the style of WWE wrestling, he might. It's a totally different animal than Ring od Honor, Japan, Germany, Italy and all the other plaves he's been in.


    If by that you mean crappier, slower, less exciting wrestling than I agree.
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    JandSman

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    Great promo by Christian
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    Hurricane1123

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    I guess the WWE does care about Christian more than I thought they did.
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    telvisnostic

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    ballin1347 wrote:
    If by that you mean crappier, slower, less exciting wrestling than I agree.
    Well you've got to remember, in the Indies and overseas, a promo doesn't always get you over. It's your skills that do.

    Over here in this company, you really have to talk to make the fans love you. As much I adore Dean Malenko and his superb skills, the dude was as good as a brick on the mic. That sort of stuff can hold one back.

    Classy move by McMahon to have Christan cut that sort of promo.

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    JandSman

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    CM Punk will train Darren Young hmm intersting
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    Randyspeeps

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    The Rookie that's being trained by CM Punk looks like John Cena.
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    telvisnostic

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    Ezekiel Jackson reminds me so much of the late great Bad News Brown.
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    ballin1347

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    telvisnostic wrote:

    ballin1347 wrote:
    If by that you mean crappier, slower, less exciting wrestling than I agree.
    Well you've got to remember, in the Indies and overseas, a promo doesn't always get you over. It's your skills that do.

    Over here in this company, you really have to talk to make the fans love you. As much I adore Dean Malenko and his superb skills, the dude was as good as a brick on the mic. That sort of stuff can hold one back.



    True. You also have to have "the look" but that's a different story.
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