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What the f***************ck? The amount of times ive seen Cro Cop KO Dos Caras is ridiculous, and i never even knew it was ADR!!! Why did i not know about this? :o

 

AJ Lee is amazing hahaha

 

http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Mirko-Filipovic-2326

 

In the Wikipedia version he's credited by his wrestling name, but Sherdog has it correctly as Alberto Rodriguez. Pride never die!

All of his MMA wins are against guys in their MMA debut that never fought again or with terrible losing records.

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Come on bro, you're killing us...  :(

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He always wore a mask when fighting and WWE never mentions his MMA experience, so it's easy to not realise. Glad I was able to create a TIL experience for someone. ;) Frankly, I'm more amazed that he actually started out as a luchador! :laugh:

 

JBL used to mention it a lot, back when ADR was relevant.

 

Plus we've talked about it in this very thread more than once. 

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As previously reported, WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler suffered another concussion during his match with Ryback prior to the Old School RAW event went live this past Monday night in Baltimore, Maryland.

 
WWE physician Chris Amann updated the status of Ziggler?s health in a new article published on the official WWE website. ?He does, in fact, have a concussion,? said Amann. ?His [symptoms] are starting to improve a little bit today. He will be seeing a neuropsychologist in Pittsburgh for further evaluation, and then his status will be day-to-day as his symptoms improve.

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JBL used to mention it a lot, back when ADR was relevant.

 

Plus we've talked about it in this very thread more than once. 

...ahh.

 

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nice, WWE Network on Xbox One!

 

 

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WWE Network announced.

 

Tonight the WWE will be unveiling the highly anticipated WWE Network after more than two years of speculation and rumor. They are pulling out all the stops to make tonight a success event, as legends like "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, John Cena, Shawn Michaels and even Vince McMahon himself will be on hand, live from Las Vegas!

Coverage begins at 9:30PM EST on WWE.com, the WWE App, YouTube and a variety of other media tools, but we will have a live stream of the show right here on Wrestlezone.com, and will be providing you with the latest updates throughout the night.

 

-Michael Cole opens tonight's event to introduce the Chairman and WWE CEO Vince McMahon, who officially announced the launch of the WWE Network.
-The WWE Network will have a 24/7 live stream with various content.
-All 12 of WWE's annual pay-per-views, including WrestleMania, will be included in the WWE Network.
-Every single WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-view in history will be available at launch.
-Official price: $9.99/month
-WWE Network will be made available first in the United States, but will be spreading internationally by late 2014, early 2015.
-Live pre-shows and post-shows will air for every episode of Raw and Smackdown.
-WWE NXT will be on the WWE Network every single week.
-"WWE Legends House" has been officially announced for the WWE Network.
-"WrestleMania Rewind" has been announced as a new series, which will take an exclusive look behind the scenes at the greatest spectacle in pro wrestling history.

-"WWE Countdown" will be some sort of interactive show/poll that lets fans vote on things like "best entrance" and "best WrestleMania" moment, etc.

-"The Monday Night War: WWE vs. WCW" will be another WWE Network original series going in-depth on the war between Vince McMahon and Ted Turner in the 90s. 

-"Stone Cold" Steve Austin is out to promote the WWE Network. No major announcements, just puts over the product, Vince McMahon, and does his catchphrases.

-WWE's EVP of Digital Content Perkins Miller is out to physically show us the WWE Network, and how to access it. It's very much like Netflix. All content will be available in 720p.  There will be a "watch from the beginning" button in case you are late to a PPV or live event. You can set reminders on the Network, and WWE will text you when you're about to miss a show you've got scheduled. There will be a "second screen" experience available on a lot of new live content. Replays of Raw and Smackdown will be available. There are over 300 WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-views in the library.

-Bob Bowman, CEO and President of MLB Advanced Media is out to talk about how huge the distribution of this product is, and will be. 

-John Cena comes out and announces that the WWE Network will debut immediately after Monday Night Raw on February 22nd. 

-The first PPV to air live on the WWE Network will be WrestleMania 30. 

-Michael Cole comes out to thank everyone for watching, and ends the night.

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$10 for ALL PPVs, and the rest of everything on top?

Shut up and take my money.

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Tonight, Vince McMahon officially announced the highly anticipated WWE Network. Triple H, Shawn Michaels, John Cena and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin were all on hand for what was an amazing night of reveals. Featured below is everything we know about the WWE Network. 

Release Date: February 24, 2014 immediately following Monday Night Raw. 

Price: $9.99/month

-The WWE Network will have a 24/7 live stream with new original series, pay-per-view, weekly wrestling-based shows, and more. This includes brand new pre-shows and post-shows for every episode of Smackdown and Raw each week. 

-All 12 of WWE's annual pay-per-views, including WrestleMania, will be included in the WWE Network. They will air live, and a "play from beginning" feature has been included so you can catch up whenever you want. 

-Every single WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-view in history will be available in the library at launch. WWE Raw, Smackdown, Main Event, Superstars and NXT will all be made available. 

The following are new original series announced for the WWE Network: 

-"WWE Legends House"
-"WrestleMania Rewind" 
-"WWE Countdown"
-"The Monday Night War: WWE vs. WCW"

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$10 for ALL PPVs, and the rest of everything on top?

Shut up and take my money.

That is an insane price

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WWE legend Mae Young removed from life support

 

WWE Hall of Famer Mae Young was removed from life support on Wednesday night, according to Mike Mooneyham of The Post and Courier. "Sad news to report," Mooneyham wrote on Twitter.com/ByMikeMooneyham. "Received word that #MaeYoung has been taken off life support. Prayers to this grand lady of wrestling."

 

http://www.prowrestling.net/artman/publish/WWE/article10035187.shtml

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Called it from day 1. Wwe does not have the financial nor influential clout to run a TV network like they originally suggested. This glorified YouTube channel is exactly what I said would happen.

Ridiculously good price though. I mean wow!

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Thats not even funny. Thats true.

Does anyone think that Golddust can make another singles run?

 

 

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I agree with what someone says: Total Divas has to do with this.

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The WWE network sounds like an amazing deal for what you get. Being able to watch ECW would be nice as I missed it the first time around. Will have to see when it gets released here and what the pricing is like.

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The WWE network sounds like an amazing deal for what you get. Being able to watch ECW would be nice as I missed it the first time around. Will have to see when it gets released here and what the pricing is like.

 

Early 2015 apparently :(

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