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  1. Hey Guys,

    First off I’d like to thank you for our conversations on Twitter and the shameless plugs! 0-86 followers in a couple weeks thanks to you! My account started as a place where I could complain about work, and anything else that made me “disgruntled,” but now it has become a place for wrestling commentary and conversation as well.

    Three questions for you guys:

    1. Simon Gotch and Aiden English have an immensely original act, and a lot of talent as well, but with the slump that Adam Rose is going through right now, do you think the Vaudevillians have a chance of getting over with the main roster crowds?

    2. With Hideo Itami, Finn Balor, Adrien Neville, Sami Zayn, and (the yet to be renamed) Kevin Steen all on their way to being on the main roster, do you feel that they will be given an unbiased chance to shine when up against the current superstars on RAW and SmackDown? They are arguably some of the best active wrestlers in the world, and I dread the thought of Cena or Reigns decisively beating any of them.

    3. A friend and I were listing our personal top 10 wrestlers of all time and felt that Eddie Guerrero absolutely deserves to be on the list, if not higher up than many other names you usually see on similar lists. He is currently our #3. Where would he fall on your lists?

    Thanks again for the plugs on the show the past few weeks, and for the conversations during RAW and NXT!

  2. Hey Guys,

    Broke 100 followers last week thanks to your shameless plugs so thank you as always!

    I’m a huge fan of Ring of Honor and NJPW and was wondering if you guys watched them as well. If so, what wrestlers on their rosters do you feel would be a good fit in the WWE.

    Personally, my top choices would be The Young Bucks from ROH and NJPW (but they would need to chill out with the super kicks a bit), Shinsuke Nakamura from NJPW and Adam Cole from ROH.

    Also, any other promotions with wrestlers that you believe deserve a shot in the WWE?

  3. What’s up guys!

    Two questions for you this week.

    First off, with the main event at Hell in the Cell between Ambrose and Rollins ending via DQ after Wyatt interfered and attacked Ambrose, a lot of controversy online began to pop up as the WWE didn’t give us a payoff to the feud that most people were expecting. I’m sure you’re going to cover this later in the show, but I wanted to know if you felt they should have allowed the match to end before the run in from Wyatt, or do you believe that this was logical booking in order to get the real heel heat back on Wyatt after becoming a crowd favorite (which is my belief)?

    Second question/opinion, I was wondering if you guys watched Lucha Underground on the El Rey network Wednesday night? I did, and I had somewhat mixed feelings about it personally. Firstly, the show has a very over-produced, “TV Show” vibe which doesn’t necessarily give the product a sports feel, but more of a fight club like action/drama show. This isn’t the worst thing in the world, but as a huge wrestling fan, it was a bit jarring to see the fancy camera angles and hear all of the elaborate back stories. On the other hand, the in ring work was pretty great overall. It’s refreshing to see a different style of wrestling available on TV. A match between Blue Demon Jr. and Chavo Guerrero was average, and an intergender match between Sexy Star and Son of Havok (Matt Cross) was creatively different in this age of wrestling, but Johnny Mundo (Morrison) and Prince Puma (Ricochet) killed it in the main event.

    I’m still undecided on my overall opinion, and I wish AAA Wrestling would have just started an American version of their shows in Mexico instead of this, but I will say that I will be watching next week to see how this progresses.

    Sorry for this novel length comment, but thanks again for allowing me to speak my mind, and as always, thanks for the shameless plugs and promotion on Twitter. For now though…this mark is signing off!

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