Round 2, Day 3

Discussion in 'The 2nd Annual WrestleZone Tournament (2008)' started by Shocky, Feb 4, 2008.

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Y2J vs. Kaz

  1. #1 Chris Jericho

  2. #32 Frankie Kazarian

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  1. Mighty NorCal

    Mighty NorCal SHALL WE BEGIN?

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    I think Stone cold somehow someway comes out of this one, with heavy damage, but a winner. Norton is much larger, and highly talented, and stone colds usual style wouldnt really benefit him here. But stone cold has fought with, and held his own with some of the biggest and baddest, the likes of Kane, Undertaker, even Vader. And he can hit the stunner out of nowere, on anyone.
     
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  2. Mighty NorCal

    Mighty NorCal SHALL WE BEGIN?

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    I think Hennig was a lot stronger than he was booked to seem, if that really makes sense. I mean look at the guy, during his prime he was fuckin HUGE, 250 at least id say, and I think his power advantage over kidman would be pronounced. He is also far superior to kidman in just about every aspect, besides a shooting star press. would make a fine, entertaining undercard match to any event, but I agree with IC25 on the finish, academic with the perfect plex in under 10 minutes.
     
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  3. Shocky

    Shocky Kissin Babies and Huggin Fat Girlz

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    Jericho is over seeded, but Kazarian is about 20 spots over seeded. Kazarian is so freaking over rated it's ridiculous. Kaz hasn't done anything to impress me over his lackluster career. Jericho on the other hand is versatile. He should have no problem making Kaz tap in his hometown.
     
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  4. Shocky

    Shocky Kissin Babies and Huggin Fat Girlz

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    Dreamer. I probably would have voted for Shelley in any other circumstance, but in Extreme rules, he's going against the Innovator of Violence. Dreamer is so good at humbling young talent, it's amazing. Dreamer should win in pretty easy fashion as well. Shelley has a little ways to go yet, but he can be something special.
     
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  5. Shocky

    Shocky Kissin Babies and Huggin Fat Girlz

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    Wow, no conversation on this match either, that's amazing. This maybe the most appealing match thus far in my opinion. Something must be said for the Extreme Rules in this match, which would give Tajiri an advantage, but I don't think it turns into that type of match. This is probably a damn good lengthy match, but Dynamite will pull through in the end.
     
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  6. Slyfox696

    Slyfox696 Excellence of Execution

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    I voted for Shelley simply for the fact that Dreamer is nothing more than a glorified jobber. Hell, Dreamer took pride in his jobber like status. Sure, old school ECW fans will remember Dreamer with fondness, but c'mon. He was a jobber until there was literally no one else.

    Shelley on the other hand, is a solid wrestler with tremendous upside and great charisma.

    Basically, it comes down to the inclusion of weapons, but i don't think Dreamer's proficiency with weapons can overcome the fact he just plains suck, both on camera and in real life.

    Shelley in an ugly (and I mean that in every way possible) match.
     
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  7. Shocky

    Shocky Kissin Babies and Huggin Fat Girlz

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    Cabana has potential, but quite frankly, he hasn't done enough at this point in his career to justify a win over Ted DiBiase. Dibiase is damn good in the ring, and he turned the Million Dollar gimmick into one of teh best heel gimmicks ever. I think Cabana could win in a few years, but not now.
     
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  8. Shocky

    Shocky Kissin Babies and Huggin Fat Girlz

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    IC 25 is fighting to the bitter end with Scott Norton, and I emphasize the end for Scott Norton. Norton is a big man, but Austin is so much better then Flash. Stunning Steve Austin with the Stone Cold gimmick is such a scary combination, I feel cheated by the neck injury. Austin should win, and win quickly in this one.
     
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  9. Shocky

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    Kennedy...has no chance of winning this match. It's quite simple actually. Regal is so much better then Kennedy. Kennedy has tons and tons of potential (which he keeps screwing up), but hasn't been able to take it to the next level, and he has the full backing of Vince McMahon. Regal on the other hand has been a solid ring performer in America the better part of 15 years. This really is no competition...Kennedy.
     
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  10. Shocky

    Shocky Kissin Babies and Huggin Fat Girlz

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    Wow, I mean wow, the results are really like this. Piper was great, he was a great brawler, and a great got on the microphone, but we're talkign about Bob Backlund. The guy right now is probably a better wrestler then Piper was in his prime. I don't think Piper can say anything to piss Backlund off enough to get him off his gameplan. I thought this would be a walk for Howdy Doody, I guess I thought wrong.
     
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  11. Shocky

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    Easy match here. I don't think Kidman should have made it out of round 1, and Perfect is a good Black Horse pick to make it to the finals of this thing. Unless this is a Shooting Star Press challenge match, Perfect wins in almost everyway possible.
     
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  12. IrishCanadian25

    IrishCanadian25 Going on 10 years with WrestleZone

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    Absolutely I am. I promised from the get go that I would support Flash, Vader, Yoko, and Simmons, and I won't go back on that. I knew this would be a total rout - I am fine with it. But I also expected the final to be like
    40-1 with your truly representing Norton's lone support. The fact that the Norton gospel has spread to even 3 other people makes me smile, and tells me that a legend that never was in the States is being appreciated by fans.

    I hold no ill will with Flash losing to a man with the credentials of Austin.
     
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  13. Shadowmancer

    Shadowmancer I am The Last Baron

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    Another Dream Matchup. This would be an Awesome match nothing else to say about it but it would be great to see as you have the Dynamite Kid. A Man that is called the Best Pound for Pound Wrestler in the world. Then you have TAJIRI the most underrated light heavyweight in Wrestling history. The Extreme rules would be an addition to the match as neither of these guys need them but would most likely know how to use them effectively to tell a story but I have to go with Tom Billington on this one. He is just too damned good. It is a shame as Tajiri is a great talent and he could quite possibly have gone further if he was a different seeding.
     
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  14. Shadowmancer

    Shadowmancer I am The Last Baron

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    Jericho destroys Kaz. He doesn't even need the weapons that would be playing a factor except to dropkick the one that Kaz would be trying to use into his face and then proceeding to Lionsault for the Pin. This really is a no contest. Jericho is overseeded but only by about 3-4 spots in this region. But Hometown ruless make it even worse for Kaz.
     
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  15. HBK-aholic

    HBK-aholic Shawn Michaels ❤

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    Jericho would win this, if only for the type of match. Jericho is overrated to an extent but he is also good, and even though through his recent return hasn't beought out the best of Jericho, I still remember some of his good matches from beforehand. And I'm basing my decision on those. Jericho came to 'save us' from Orton. Well not much happened with that, but I think he'd win this in about 10 minutes after putting him in the walls of Jericho.
     
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  16. Shadowmancer

    Shadowmancer I am The Last Baron

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    While Shelley is the Next. he is going to be the next one out of the tournament. I like this guy a lot. He is that versatile in the Ring that If he won I wouldn't be surprised but going on the basis of Home Field advantage to Dreamer. He is the Innovator of Violence, I actually expect the Plastic toy Dinosaur to play a role in this match. We are talking about Dreamer in his prime so towards the end when he won the Title and he was putting on great Matches with the Likes of Credible, Corino and CW Anderson. Dreamer wins this one after a tough fought out match as Shelley does know how to get violent or dare I say Ultraviolent, But Tommy Dreamer is the Innovator of Violence and wins this one with a Dreamer Driver.
     
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  17. Shadowmancer

    Shadowmancer I am The Last Baron

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    Her name was Lola She was a Showgirl but Cabana is gone from the Tournament after this round. This is through No Fault of Cabanas. He is honestly one of the great new Prospects that the WWE has in their development System, he should be brought up soon. But he is going against Ted DiBiase a great legend that didn't win a world Title so therefore he created his own. The Million Dollar Dream Buys out the Copacabana and closes it down because Everyone has a Price.
     
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  18. Shadowmancer

    Shadowmancer I am The Last Baron

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    Two delusional fans thinking that Billy Kidman would beat Mr. Perfect. A man that made it almost impossible for anyone to come after him with a similar Gimmick as he Owned it. I asked it in the last round, find a flaw in any of his matches that is caused by him when he is not injured? You can't do it He was perfect in the ring and he wins this matchup based on his being Perfect in this case. He has got experience in a TNA ring so it means he can use the ring properly.
     
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  19. Shadowmancer

    Shadowmancer I am The Last Baron

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    Kennedy would do well to have a feud with Regal as this would get him much needed Match work up to Snuff. Kennedy is Entertaining but Regal is just purely better both Now and back in his prime. and HBK-Aholic it is based on a combination of Physical Prime plus Mental skills of now, So Experience in ring is still comparable but Physically you go off the Prime therefore for this match we go back to when Lord Stephen Regal was Chain Wrestling Goldberg and got fired for it. Regal Stretches Kennedy so much so that it is beyond doubt that Regal is one of the most Underrated Wrestlers ever.
     
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  20. Agrex

    Agrex The Canadian Sensation

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    In my opinion Curt Henning is one of the greatest wrestlers ever. So, I do not think that Billy Kidman would go over in this match. Mr.Perfect is strong, and plays a technicalmatch, while Kidman is all about high-flying, that could add up to a pretty decent match. While I do see Henning going over in a short match it'd still been interesting to me.
     
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  21. Y 2 Jake

    Y 2 Jake Slightly Autistic

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    If it was based off Jericho vs. Kaz from when Y2J returned in late 2007, then Kaz would win. One has been booked well, the other has been made to look very poor indeed. But this is over their entire career, so again Y2J wins on his WCW career alone.
     
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  22. Y 2 Jake

    Y 2 Jake Slightly Autistic

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    Cabana is probably a better hardcore wrestler. But Dibiase would never have had to participate in a hardcore match. He had enough presence and charisma to get over without the aid of a steel chair.
     
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  23. Y 2 Jake

    Y 2 Jake Slightly Autistic

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    Look at it like this. Which one will have the carrer in wrestling probably until the day he dies. Or at least COULD have the carrer until the day he dies. It's Regal. Versitile in ever aspect of wrestling. I'm sure when his GM run ends, and his wrestling career is finished he'll become a commentator, manager etc.
     
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  24. Shadowmancer

    Shadowmancer I am The Last Baron

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    Mr. Backlund has competed in TNA and so has the Hot Rod. Both in the Six sided ring. The Hot Rod never got the Title but he made Hulk Hogan the mega face he was. But Bob Backlund carried the WWF belt for 7 years. that is damn impressive. He can still sort of hang with the new guys in Shelley and Sabin as well. He has been part of two of the biggest events of the pre-Hogan era. The Arnold Skaaland towel throw, and Peter Maivia's turn when it was not usual for a guy to turn from Face to Heel or Vice Versa. So I call Backlund the winner in this match.
     
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  25. Y 2 Jake

    Y 2 Jake Slightly Autistic

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    Hogan wouldn't have been the face he was without Piper. Piper made you want to kick his ass. Babyfaces on their own are pretty dull. If Hogan hadn't had Piper to roll off it's debatable weather he would be as big as star as he was at the time.
     
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