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    06-04-2021, 09:36 AM
    Lovelace would be a wonderful addition to STARDOM in her post-WWE career. Photo Credit: WWE.com Wednesday, WWE let go six wrestlers in an attempt at shaving the budget. How a multibillion dollar corporation with no fewer than three revenue sources that pay them billions of dollars before the first fan walks through the turnstile or fires up a streaming service can cut talent for budgetary reasons would be beyond me if I were born yesterday. Either Vince McMahon and his shareholders are gearing up to sell the company to a multinational media conglomerate, or he's once again showing his true colors as the greediest shitbag even among the greedy shitbags that populate the ranks of wrestling promoters both currently and throughout history. McMahon isn't the only person in play here, as the six wrestlers he released from their contracts will more than likely continue on in this field of labor that they chose at some point between being born and stepping foot into wrestling school for the first time. The nature of being released from their contract as opposed to allowing it to expire naturally is that they are all subject to a 90-day no-compete clause. I have never agreed with that stipulation in any contract, but wrestlers are the most down-bad workforce in the world, so they'll pretty much agree to anything as long as they get a fleeting whiff of hitting the ring on a Monday or Friday night. It also doesn't matter what I believe anyway. If any of these wrestlers wanted to wrestle for any company in America that had television, they'd have to wait until September 2. All Out in Chicago is September 5, as a reference point. Go ahead and salivate. However, for as much as All Elite Wrestling might want to sign any or all of these wrestlers, should they? I would argue they have a glut of wrestlers that they don't have television time to whom they can allocate, and they just signed Lio Rush, who is a hot young star who made a marquee debut at Double or Nothing and has a pound of flesh he needs to take from Matt Hardy and his two young boys, Private Party. Would I be happy if any of them showed up at All Out? Sure, with one major exception. I'm just saying it might not be best for them. What would be best for these wrestlers though? Well, I am going to attempt to parse that in my own purview. Adam Scherr/Braun Strowman - Scherr has said in the past that if ever came a day that he wasn't wrestling for WWE that he would hang up the boots. I wonder if he ever thought his day leaving WWE would be at age 37 coming off a WrestleMania program against Shane McMahon and not age 50 after a long, storied career as WWE's big bad final boss. For as uneven as his WWE tenure has been, there's no denying he has presence and star power. At 37, he's not exactly a spring chicken, but at his level of training, he may not be able to transition smoothly into another major promotion. The talent is there though. The myth is that great wrestlers can carry awful wrestlers to incredible matches, but I don't buy that for one second. You have to have something. The fact that Scherr had some bangers with Roman Reigns before The Big Dog really came into his own tells me he can still have a late-blooming career elsewhere in wrestling. Someone of his size and reputation for being, for lack of a better term, stiff might be able to thrive in a place where accidentally throwing a potato at your opponent is more easily forgiven. Brock Lesnar kicked his ass for being sloppy, but you gotta think someone like Tomohiro Ishii or even Chris Dickinson might take it as a rite of passage. Scherr totally should call up Katsuyori Shibata at the LA Dojo, humble himself, and get that last bit of training he might need to have one last Batista/Lance Archer-like run. Whether he stays stateside like fellow WWE expat Fred Rosser (fka Darren Young) or heads over to Japan to run with the big boys, I see him having the brightest future with the King of Sport. Buddy Murphy - The chatter of him being better than Kenny Omega when he was trained as a pure imitation of Omega to work for WWE was always annoying, and it did him no favors either. Murphy was always much more than WWE's spiteful attempt to have a wrestler who'd spurned them so many times after they somehow let him get away from their developmental system, back when Deep South Wrestling was their developmental system. The point I'm trying to make here is that Murphy was given that mantel not just because he looked kinda like Omega if you squinted. The temptation to have him head to AEW is great, especially for them to run the Omega mirror match and totally throw a 40 megaton spite bomb at McMahon and WWE. However, the indies are in need of a shot in the arm after WWE vacuumed up all the talent and left them with deathmatch guys and homeless Chikara students. If there ever was to be a workrate renaissance, it would have to be sparked by a guy returning to the scene from WWE, right? To the best of my knowledge, Murphy hadn't worked in the American indie scene before he went to WWE from Australia. That being said, you don't need a one-to-one comparison to make his eventual blazing workrate run, well, work. I imagine him becoming the co-ace of Game Changer Wrestling along with Nick Gage and reinvigorating a scene that needs workhorses to attract old and new fans to arenas. I guess the big problem would be sorting out work visas and such, but I'm sure Brett Lauderdale, in between tweeting and trying to half-ass COVID response, can get that done. Heidi Lovelace/Ruby Riott - On one hand, this release sucks because if anyone deserved to make money as a wrestler while strutting her stuff every week, it was Heidi F'n Lovelace. On the other hand, having a wrestler of her caliber free from the sexist clutches of a WWE that didn't have any idea how to deploy her talents isn't such a bad thing. The only thing keeping me from emphatically saying she should show up at All Out and kick Britt Baker upside her head is the fact that AEW already has so many talented female wrestlers that they don't already use because Tony Khan thinks having two women's feuds on the show every week is a bit much. Heidi Lovelace isn't meant to sit in the front row as a plant and wrestle every other week on fucking YouTube. She's a star. So it should follow that a star of her caliber should be able to show off said stardom... in STARDOM. They are down a gaijin superstar since Bea Priestley announced she was heading back to the UK, and honestly, I would make that trade a trillion times out of ten. The upgrade would be MASSIVE. Lovelace's willingness to ragdoll herself for the entertainment of crowds of all sizes and her manic energy would play well in a joshi setting, and who knows, maybe she could get in as a name freelancer so she could take a few trips over to the Choco Pro classroom to challenge Lulu Pencil in EXTREME WARFARE. CJ Perry/Lana - They say you shouldn't really work with your husband, and generally, having spouses work at different places is good for mental health. That being said, Lana was such an integral part to the early Rusev act in WWE that I might want to see CJ Perry enhance Miro in AEW. Most of why Perry's tenure vis-a-vis Miro in WWE didn't work was because McMahon was absolutely psychotic with dealing with their personal life. All billionaires are bastards, but some are more chill with things like "personal space" than others. I feel like Khan might get that he shouldn't be putting the two in cuck angles to make things work. Tommy End/Aleister Black - End is probably a lot of people's crown jewel and for good reason. He was perhaps the best wrestler on the mainland European continent until he signed with WWE. Of course, COVID-19, Speaking Out, and WWE's expansionist tentacles have all wrought havoc on the European scene, mainland or Great Britain (Please note for first-time readers of this blog I am not saying Speaking Out was bad). In a perfect world, he'd go back to Westside Xtreme Wrestling and lead it to a renaissance, but if he did that, he would be walking back into a WWE puppet state promotion. For as much as Scherr needs some fine tuning in his game, End can walk right into New Japan Pro Wrestling and throw his heft around. Again, with Will Ospreay on the shelf and in his feelings, the company could use another guy they could market to Americans and Europeans, especially since End doesn't have pesky things like "accusations" following him around. The ideal landing spot for him would be a shoot-style promotion, but there aren't any of those around regularly. He can fill a void as the edgy and stiff loner that Shibata held before he got injured and robbed of his career, and when Josh Barnett comes calling, he can do Bloodsport as a treat for stateside fans. Santana Garrett - She should go straight to hell, along with Ivelisse Velez, Amber Nova, Aaron Epic, and most especially Chasyn Rance. Get all these shitbags out of wrestling.
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    06-04-2021, 12:07 AM
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    06-03-2021, 08:06 AM
    Scherr's tale should be a warning for wrestlers and all labor. Photo Credit: WWE.com WWE released six people yesterday. This bloodletting of personnel associated with the company has become somewhat of a regular occurrence recently, and people have speculated that it's because Vince McMahon's new right-hand man, Nick Khan, is "trimming fat" for an upcoming sale of the company. I hate using that kind of terminology to describe people losing their jobs, especially when they work for companies that have several multibillion-dollar distribution contracts. Releases cited as "budget cuts" when the company is getting ten figures from no fewer than three deals are hollow at best, but unfortunately, this is standard operating procedure for most big capitalist ventures. When you realize that the aim of robber baron executives is self-enrichment and not providing a product for a fair price, things start to come into focus. It's one thing for an executive to transparently show their greed for all to see. It's another for a member of the labor class to blindly go to bat for the capital class' naked greed. Adam Scherr, who up until yesterday portrayed Braun Strowman in WWE, was a good little foot soldier for his bosses until he wasn't a foot soldier anymore. A lot of people celebrated his release because of an Instagram post last year where he bashed indie wrestlers for utilizing GoFundMe to make ends meet as they lost bookings due to a global pandemic that was just beginning (and, contrary to popular belief, has not yet ended). Mind you, Scherr was financially secure during this time of lost bookings because he worked for WWE. Sure, he missed out on live date bonuses, but wrestlers the stature of Scherr or Joe Anoa'i (Roman Reigns) or Colby Lopez (Seth Rollins) have downside guarantees that ensure payment regardless of whether there's a live gate attached to their appearances. Scherr ate up the "Bootstraps Mentality" bullshit shoveled to him by his bosses and by useful right wing idiots like Mike Rowe, who preach one thing as dictated to them by their masters in capital, like Dennis Prager or the Koch Brothers (or more accurately, the remaining Koch Brother).The misconception by people in labor class that doing free public relations for the capital class is what leads to this kind of cheerleading. The wrestling industry is the most inured with this kind of mentality even as it's clearer and clearer in the present era, where match quality feels more important than ever, that labor is more important and should have more power. People like Scherr or Shayna Baszler will go on the offensive to do propagandizing for McMahon and Khan and Kevin Dunn and Paul Levesque thinking it will reap them favor in the end. For someone like Baszler, the reward they get is being put in embarrassing storylines with cruel payoffs, ironic since she herself has been at the forefront on Twitter bashing All Elite Wrestling's comparatively minor gaffes compared to the shitshow WWE constantly as going on. There isn't enough room in any box-like structure to fit every single one of WWE's narrative mistakes, and the fact Baszler keeps getting put in moments to fill even more box-like structures isn't an ironic accident, or at least it doesn't feel like one. It's a power-play. It's a reminder that even if you suck up to McMahon, he will put you in your place.For Scherr, the penalty was much steeper. He yelled at indie wrestlers not even calling him or his company out trying to get some charity in a time when they needed it. In return, McMahon, or Khan, or whosever decision it was to release him over any number of other highly paid wrestlers on the roster, repaid him by putting him in a similar situation, all to flex capitalist muscle. In some ways, the capital class wants to mimic La Cosa Nostra, but at least the Mafia rewards loyalty. Vince McMahon doesn't reward loyalty. He doesn't reward grabbing the brass ring. He doesn't reward anything except being able to put money in his pocket.The real tragic part about it, if you want to look for the tragedy, is that Scherr, according to reports, knew that his presence in the company was far more important than his bosses adjudged it to be, During his most recent negotiations, he was able to get himself a base salary of $1 million. Some speculate that salary was the reason they decided to cut him, even though he had been a huge part of their narrative as recently as WrestleMania, where he got the special "try and make the boss' son look good" match, a position held by guys like Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, and The Undertaker in recent history. To wit, Scherr earned that money with the amount of work he put in in high profile situations. Wrestlers will always stand up for themselves in sporadic instances, but it will never, ever click with them that they not only can have the best all the time, but they can collectively bully promoters as part of a union. But unionization and "the bootstraps mentality" are incompatible, because the former requires collective action, and the latter feeds into the cult of the ubermensch. Part of McMahon's ghettoization of wrestling is getting rid of things like stables and kayfabe camaraderie between babyfaces, and that certainly filters through out of character, even if I don't believe things would be that much better on the labor front if McMahon were somehow never able to be successful in this business.While I appear to paint a sympathetic picture of Scherr, I won't begrudge anyone for indulging in this bit of karmic retribution, especially indie wrestlers who felt the pile-on from his numerous Twitter followers. If the raving antics of Jim Cornette have taught anyone anything, it's that wrestling fans on this site don't even need to be asked to pile on someone. That being said, people get caught up in Henchman Syndrome a lot, where they will pile on lower level people and act like them getting their just desserts is justice while putting absolutely no pressure on the real evil. It's name comes from comics or other revenge stories where a protagonist will indiscriminately kill or maim the low-level grunts of the main villain and save their existential baggage about killing people for the big bad guy. I'm not saying he didn't say something incredibly stupid last year or doesn't have faulty, inaccurate ideology, but he's a symptom, not a pathogen.If you take anything from his tale, it should be caution. Capital is not your friend, and management will almost always take capital's side over yours. The only solidarity you can find is with fellow workers. Wrestlers do not get this, and so McMahon can continue to do what he does to his roster at his own whims. You may not be a wrestler, but you probably are in the workforce. You can learn the right lessons from this situation and apply them in your everyday life. It's a fight out there, and unlike wrestling, it's all a shoot.
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    06-01-2021, 08:08 AM
    MV Young, above, putting Harlow O'Hara through a table off the apron was cool as hell, nerds Photo Credit: MV Young/@THEOnlyMVYoung One of the most ill-advised wrestling spots ever took place June 28, 1998. During a Hell in the Cell match at King of the Ring, Undertaker threw Mick Foley from the top of the cell to the floor. It is one of the most memorable spots in wrestling history, but it could have been one of the most damaging had Foley not landed on the designated fall-breaking apparatus, in this case the announce table. I am not aware of any discourse around this spot today, but I imagine if social media were around at the time, there might have been uproar around it. I'm sure there was in AOL chatrooms and on message boards, where WWF vs. WCW partisanship made the WWE vs. The World chatter today look like gentle ribbing. However, for as "unsafe" as it might have seemed then, it was a perfectly viable and acceptable spot. Half of it has to do with the planning, which regrettably and infuriatingly was not there when Vince McMahon did everything but physically shove Owen Hart to his death in another controversial and entirely objective ill-advised, unsafe stunt a year later. The other half is that Foley himself came up with the idea and eagerly took the plunge to help put himself and his opponent over huge. Granted, Foley's soundness of mind could come under question, as he also consented to allowing The Rock crack him in the head with a steel chair multiple times while he had his hands cuffed behind his back. No one ever said wrestlers were a smart breed, but I still cannot stress enough that the most dangerous thing a wrestler does on a regular basis is allow themselves to be slammed, back-first, onto the canvas multiple times a night anywhere between 100 and 300 times a year, depending upon what level they're wrestling. A stupid person can still consent or refuse said consent. Foley consented. He did what he did with full cooperation. Harlow O'Hara also took this powerbomb with full cooperation and consent: HOLY SHIT!! pic.twitter.com/ktKqJg7ZJR Mac McMuffins #BDM (Mittens) (@NYINDYCMPUNKKID) May 29, 2021 MV Young powerbombed her off the apron onto that rig of boards and chair at the Battle Club Pro show Saturday afternoon. The first person to react to it was some dipshit who writes for Barstool, the wire-mesh drain cover of the Internet, who blasted them for doing a "dangerous" spot in front of 30 people. A lot of other self-ordained members of the Safety Patrol jumped on, including wrestler-turned-Q-Anon buffoon Austin Aries using a burner account came out to blast this spot as if it was the most patently unsafe thing they've ever seen. Forget the fact that Young and O'Hara both have come out to defend it. O'Hara even exposed the business to show how she was okay, which is ludicrous that she'd have to come to those lengths to defend a spot that was 100 percent safer than a WWE producer ordering someone to do a dive with Mike Mizanin catching them. Do you think wrestlers after years of seeing Miz try to catch opponents with the same effort of Orange Cassidy sticking his hands in his pockets want to do a tope con hilo or tope suicida in a match against him? That consent is manufactured straight from the top down through McMahon's producers, because if it wasn't, Miz matches wouldn't have had people diving into him sometime after he got the call-up from ECW.I don't know how many times I need to write that "wrestling is inherently not a safe business," but the same idiots that willingly give money to Vince Russo or Jim Cornette so they can be told there is a "safe" way to wrestle will never shut up as long as they participate in the corniest and most boring version of findom possible. The most important thing is that the wrestlers themselves must be allowed to consent to the spots they take until the point where they start taking risks so extreme that maybe they aren't in sound enough mind to make that consent. Was the Young/O'Hara powerbomb spot stupid? I would say it's no more stupid than taking five German suplexes a match from Kurt Angle his highest. Again, O'Hara explained it, and the execution saw her land exactly where she needed to land.If you're that concerned over safety in wrestling, then what you want is regulation, but the dirty little secret is that the people at the top are the ones resisting that regulation. So if you think indie wrestlers doing cool-looking spots is a problem, you have McMahon and to a lesser extent Dixie Carter, Eric Bischoff, Paul Heyman, and Tony Khan to thank for that. Oddly enough, I've found in my experience that the lower levels of wrestling, the independent circuit and such in America at least, that the best regulation is self-regulation. Wrestlers do not want to end up dying in the ring, so with a few exceptions, they try to take care of each other as best as possible. Again, this maxim isn't necessarily able to be proven in any way but anecdotally, but I circle back to how few real, lasting incidents happen in deathmatch wrestling compared to how awful its reputation is. It's always "almost," where the real incidents have happened in mainstream promotions in the big wrestling culture countries.In short, I am not entirely sure how this discourse does anything but serve to denigrate wrestling that doesn't happen under Titan Sports' banner. All Elite Wrestling suffers from this badgering from down bad WWE fans who don't enjoy what they consume for 10 hours or so a week, so they have to lash out at other promotions doing cool stuff whose fans are thriving mostly. AEW can survive it easily because they have a cable deal, a billionaire owner, and a network that loves what they're doing to the point of throwing television time at them. Indie promotions, however, don't have any of those luxuries. Vince McMahon's narrative that "wrestling existed in smoky backrooms" before he took over is a gigantic lie, but enough people believe it that indie wrestling is already behind an eight-ball. But having useful idiots like the shitbag from Barstool or Cornette heavily police anything that isn't WWE does more to hurt the perception of wrestling on the whole than any shitty thing McMahon does, and that depresses me more than anything else in this industry outside of the number of abusers, rapists, and fringe extreme right-wing operatives who are continued to be accepted within its confines.It shouldn't matter if O'Hara and Young do cool shit in front of "30 people" like that's some kind of slam. If wrestling is art like some people claim (like I used to claim), then they aren't doing cool shit like that for anyone but themselves. If it isn't art, then one might think doing that awesome spot would get 30 people talking about it and then maybe attracting 30 more people to Battle Club Pro. If what you want is boring asshole shit in wrestling, then by all means keep yelling about these spots when all you are is a spectator, or in better, more pointed and accurate parlance to the industry, a mark. Then you're doing McMahon's work for free and allowing him to steal those spots from the indies, do them in grossly sanitized ways with wrestlers who don't have to worry about self-regulation, and choke the industry from the top. Then, when all the cool indies have been choked out of existence, and the only ones left are what he's bought, you'll have nothing left to neg, and McMahon will have nothing left to steal. But wrestling is already the most capitalist of capitalist ventures anyway. That's always been the endgame. If it wasn't, WCW would still be around.
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    Graphics Credit via AllEliteWrestling.com On paper, All Elite Wrestling's Double Or Nothing 2021, the third event named as such and the second consecutive one held at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, FL, was every bit a loaded show as the best wrestling events of the last decade have been. The funny thing about that, at least in America, is that the best cards on paper rarely have translated to results. I blame WWE for conditioning people never believe the hype either way. Their best shows, outside of the sublime run between Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2012 and WrestleMania XXX, were always unexpected, and the hyped shows more often than not faltered. All Elite Wrestling, however, is not WWE. I mentioned WrestleMania XXX, and that, for me at least, was the high water mark in mainstream American wrestling for the last 15 years, and one of the top shows overall, American, mainstream, or otherwise in that timeframe. Double or Nothing this year has now entered as a contender to that title. I will break down why.Hangman Page vs. Brian Cage - The platonic ideal of a wrestling match is, as noted linguist Big E Langston says, big sweaty men slapping meat. Cage and Page both had some questions coming into the match. Cage hadn't put together a complete match in years, and Page has had people questioning whether he's falling victim to the same indulgent vices his Elite friends have with matches going too long. Neither of those things were a question here, as both dudes threw bombs like the titans they were and got the crowd primed for the main show (I wasn't able to catch Riho vs. Serena Deeb on the Buy-In, sadly). There's absolutely no question that the time away from crowds has not hurt Page either. For a first impression and a show opener, this match delivered.The Young Bucks vs. Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston - Pro Wrestling Guerrilla is famous for putting on epic tag matches that people tend to say need editing but cannot find what parts to edit from the match. While I've found them trying to maintain that same energy for singles matches and not working, the tag matches never feel like they go too long, just long enough. What does that have to do with AEW? Well, the Bucks were the ones who put that PWG tag division on their backs for most of the Tens, and this match against Kingston and Moxley felt the most like the best PWG epic tags. It took me back to a classic DDT4 tournament, and with the personal stakes, it hearkened back to perhaps my favorite two-on-two tag team match ever, The Young Bucks vs. The Kings of Sexual Intercourse, Kevin Steen and Akira Tozawa. I thought the cavalcade of run-ins at the midpoint of the match dampened the pace, but Kingston and Mox were both warriors here. The match only furthered to solidify the Bucks as what they need to be in order to establish both themselves and the tag division they hold so precious.I've seen criticisms of the Bucks and Kenny Omega as being Executive Vice President god-bookers, but honestly, they have always needed to position themselves strongly in America, where they're not as established as they were in Japan. Omega's downfall will come sooner than the Bucks', but the Jackson Bros. putting over whatever team beats them for their Tag Titles will be made a lot more than either Proud and Powerful or Private Party were when they put them over in the early days of Dynamite. Hell, perhaps Santana and Ortiz are the princes who were promised and will get their decisive win over the Bucks down the line. It's only the smart play after what happened in the main event.The Casino Battle Royale - First thing's first, I love how every pay-per-view so far has had some variant of this match to get dudes paydays and to shake things up a bit. This version of the battle royale had its warts, but it was structurally laid out well and it had some tasty bits within the actual action, starting with Max Caster's rap to open the match. Granted, his rhymes on Dustin Rhodes weren't as cutting as one might come to expect, but the fact that he had to stop in place to think of something and then came up with something that bad was almost endearing even if not on purpose. Christian Cage's gimmick being "outwork everyone" and disappearing for a large swath of time was also a bit disconnecting unless it's leading to a heel turn in the future. But the good bits were excellent, especially the finishing sequence of the match starting Cage okey-doking Matt Hardy into being eliminated. Jungle Boy and Cage had such a furious down-the-stretch run that was accentuated almost entirely by Jungle Boy's insane athleticism. In fact, I'd argue Luke Perry's baby boy stole the entire match for himself, starting with his shot-from-a-cannon elimination of Pentagon, Jr. earlier on. I've been saying how nice it would be to hear "Tarzan Boy" twice during a single show, and it happening with this particular match was even sweeter. I don't have any delusions that he'll knock Omega off, but I feel like the match itself is going to become one of those Dynamite instant classics.Cody Rhodes vs. Anthony Ogogo - No show is perfect.Miro vs. Lance Archer - The genre of "Big sweaty men slapping meat" isn't as narrow as one might think it, but again, you can thank WWE for that misconception given how many years they tried selling the public on hoss fights being unathletic, stiff, and slow. Cage/Page earlier was more of a modern workrate classic, but Miro/Archer here fit a different mold while remaining in the same spirit of big sweaty men slapping meat. There was a classic feel to the match without ever seeming like it would resort to some bullshit Superstars match featuring Ted Arcidi (when he wasn't wrestling Bret Hart). There was snug purpose with each blow, Archer barreling out of the tunnel like a madman with manic energy, and Miro letting psychosis glaze over his eyes as he did things like suplex Archer into the crowd or toss a bag containing a snake halfway back into the tunnel. Dr. Britt Baker, DMD vs. Hikaru Shida - For as much as these two women are entwined with each other, they've never had the best chemistry. Even the match that started this meteoric rise for the Good Doctor felt disjointed until Baker got busted all the way open hard-style. The beginning of the match felt disjointed, but few people really give a shit about beginnings if the stretch runs deliver. It's really a testament to how comfortable Baker has gotten in her role, especially in the ring, both technically and coordinating with Rebel to do tasty cheating bits. Baker winning relatively cleanly, far enough removed from the hijinks that come with a craven heel doing cowardly things to take the easy route, says a lot about the cult of personality that has formed around her, and she has earned every bit of artistic freedom that she seems to have in front of her. AEW may have a burgeoning star in front of them. Now, if only they would open the women's division up to allow Baker and the other burgeoning star they have, Jade Cargill, operate in parallel without colliding...Sting and Darby Allin vs. Scorpio Sky and Ethan Page - I had the least expectations for this match, but when that is the case, exponential surpassing of those expectations tends to happen. You knew what you were getting with Allin, who delivers whenever he's in the ring. Whether or not you feel anything when he does what he does is besides the point anymore, sadly. If Tony Khan can't be bothered to get rid of Justin Roberts, what makes you think he'll get rid of someone who ostensibly makes him money? It sucks bad, but it's industry standard at this point. I hate wrestling sometimes.But then you see things like Sting moving around like he's 20 years younger again, and things don't look that bad. I won't say he transported back to his famous time limit draw with Ric Flair at the first Clash of the Champions, but he wasn't the brittle guy people were led to believe he was when WWE wouldn't clear him after Seth Rollins broke his dang back with a buckle bomb. Taking the ramp suplex and then bouncing right back with a stage dive was the kind of shit you expect to see in movies, but wrestling at its best apes movies. Sting continues to surprise me, and as someone who totally did not grow up in a house that respected him, I appreciate the nostalgia even if it's not playing to my direct sense of nostalgia if it makes sense. Also, Page launching Allin into the third row from the ring tickled every funny bone in my body. I want more Steroid Julian, and I want him every week if he's going to do deranged feats of strength like that.Kenny Omega vs. PAC vs. Orange Cassidy - When they made it a point to announce that there were no disqualifications or countouts before the match, I started to get a little fuzzy in the brain thinking that this was just another thing they gently swiped from WWE that I'm not sure I ever liked. After two full years of operation, that expectation was a "me" mistake, given how AEW rarely if ever does the kind of narrative things WWE does. They embraced the fuckery and fully explored the studio space, and the match really came off for the better because of it. It started out slow, but I think every three-man match that has happened since ECW closed doors suffers from a far weirder feeling-out process than a one-on-one match or a match where only two people are in the ring at the same time.But the crux of a good wrestling match in 2021 doesn't necessarily have to be a well-structured, smartly laid-out, psychology-laden match like it did in 1986. Those kinds of matches still exist, even in AEW, even on this show. Even though it had MOVEZ and big flourishes, the Tag Team Championship match was every bit the modern Rock n Roll Express vs. Midnight Express match that old school storytelling freaks love to tout, just gussied up. I don't really know if you can promote a three-way match without the expectation that it's just going to fall on the wrestlers themselves doing as much crazy bullshit as they can in situations where it can only work with two or more people trying to make it pop. But that's where you get stuff like Cassidy throwing Orange Punches like they were Halloween candy or PAC dropping a Black Arrow on two dudes engaged in a submission hold. Omega throwing belt shots around en masse because he is the belt collector was a nice character touch as well. They finished hot.Additionally, the way they have things set up is that Omega has a lot to do over the summer while AEW heats up Hangman Page for what I expect to be his All Out date with destiny. Omega can do singles matches with both Cassidy and PAC. He can face down the newly reminted Bullet Club Hunter Frankie Kazarian. And of course, he has that date with destiny against Jungle Boy. Dynamite is going to thrive with title defenses, and who knows, maybe the Kazarian title match can happen on the first episode of Rampage. Speaking of which...Mark Henry Introduced As Newest Member of AEW Broadcast Team/Coaching Staff - Personally, I'm glad to see Henry out of the WWE fold. Even though he did get a few shots to run with the ball as a wrestler, those runs, as legendary as they were, felt paltry compared to the times WWE put him in cruel storylines that may have been racist or fatphobic. I just hope Tony Khan isn't a COWARD and paid whatever money it took to Three-Six Mafia or even Vince McMahon himself to get "Some Body's Gonna Get It" as Henry's entrance music.Stadium Stampede II - I unfortunately didn't see last year's first Stadium Stampede, so I have no real frame of comparison. I couldn't tell you how much the production changed, but I thought it was overall a successful way to end the best PPV in company history, even if I disagreed with some of the production choices and with the idea of the Inner Circle rappelling in from the scoreboard. I fully understand I may be overly squeamish here, but I just have memories of bad rigging dooming Owen Hart to a negligent and unnecessary death. My guess is Khan wouldn't have done it if he couldn't have gotten professional rigging. I'm an old fucker of a wrestling fan, so I have long memory.The real singular thing that felt a little bit off to me for this match was that there wasn't much action where they were all fighting together. I felt that branching off made it feel less like a match and more like a season finale episode of an action show, which isn't in and of itself a terrible thing, but it can cause some brain fog for people who have their brains wired to watch wrestling a certain way like I do.Regardless, the action itself was quirky, violent, striking, and most importantly emotionally effective. You had meat and potatoes action at the base, but then all the fun japes and insane twists just kept piling up and gave the match a delightfully absurd feel, which I think is a must for any cinematic match. Like, if you wanted it to feel "real," there was no reason not to have it confined to the ring. Blood and Guts was the "realistic" match anyway. This one had to have a cardboard cutout of Shad Khan, a cameo from Urban Meyer, Konnan DJing in a club where FTR and Proud and Powerful had a drink before kicking each others asses, Cash Wheeler chucking bottles at Ortiz like they were shoes being thrown at an unwelcome rodent in the house, Chris Jericho breaking out the most business-casual stapler spot ever, and Wardlow trying to stab Jake Hager with literal icicles.Past the absurdity and the japes held a lot of great meaning, a hot and impactful finish, and options to have one last showdown, even if just between the leaders, in the future. There were callbacks, both to the first Stadium Stampede with Sammy Guevara getting to run someone down with a golf cart instead of being on the business end of one, and from Blood and Guts with MJF threatening to toss Jericho from height again. And the fact that Guevara got to be the one with the spotlight on him to finish the match was a brilliant touch, both to add more to his legend and to make it so that Jericho didn't finish the job on MJF and left the door open for a rubber match down the line. Overall, it was the perfect capstone to a near perfect event.Overall - I felt myself cursing out Jim Ross more than usual during this show (seriously, his commentary alone during the Women's Championship Match alone should have gotten him skewered, but he's been a sexist fuck for so long no one cares anymore), and there were some questionable choices even in the good matches. That being said, even with Cody Rhodes going America all over everyone's asses, there was an undeniable feeling that Double or Nothing this year was an all-time show with a runtime that felt inordinately shorter than the near-four hours it clocked in at. The mark of a great show is that you never seem to look at your watch or phone for time during it, and when the show ends, you're in awe of how much time has passed. It's not controversial to say that Double or Nothing 2021 was AEW's best show ever, or at least best pay-per-view (there have been a few insanely stellar episodes of Dynamite), but I don't think it should be controversial to say it was the best thing put on a pay-per-view basis since... well, WrestleMania XXX. I would go out of my way to watch this again, so you should definitely catch a replay if you can.
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    Cena misspoke, and in the process, he showed what most wrestlers are made of Photo Credit: WWE.com John Cena will be in the next installment of The Fast and the Furious, the ninth one, to be exact. Well, it's technically the tenth movie, but Hobbs and Shaw, a movie starring fellow former wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson with a cameo appearance from current wrestler Roman Reigns, was a spin-off (mainly because Johnson and franchise anchor Vin Diesel allegedly cannot get along at all), but I don't want to be too pedantic. Anyway, he got in trouble with the Chinese government when, in promoting the movie in Taiwan by referring to that island as her own country. The Western capitalist world (and Sporcle, apparently) recognizes Taiwan as a country, but China does not. In fact, China considers Taiwan as a rogue province, and the leaders get really antsy at best when someone goes against their claim. This isn't endemic to the mean ol' scary Communist nation, because Turkey will get mad if you recognize the Armenian genocide, and the United States will get pretty pissy if you bring up that she was one of the last nations in the world to outlaw slavery. Governments across the board tend to get really mad if you tell people within them that they're wrong. Anyway, Cena, when learning he ran afoul of the Chinese government, issued an apology in Mandarin, a language he learned when he was at the crux of WWE's expansion effort into the country.Per popular request, here's Mr. John Cena's apology video with English subtitles. I kept all the incoherence in the video, as well as the curious absence of what he's actually apologizing for pic.twitter.com/WmJlRcyOID Tony Lin
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