Hogan Region, Omaha Subregion, First Round: (8) Goldberg vs. (25) Jeff Jarrett

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Who Wins This Match?

  1. Goldberg

  2. Jeff Jarrett

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  1. klunderbunker

    klunderbunker Welcome to My (And Not Sly's) House

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    This is a first round match in the Hogan Region, Omaga Subregion. It is a standard one on one match. It will be held at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska.

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    #8. Goldberg

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    #25. Jeff Jarrett



    Polls will be open for three days following a one day period for discussion. Voting will be based on who you feel is the greater of the two competitors. Post your reasons for why your pick should win below. Remember that this is non-spam and the most votes in the poll win. Any ties will be broken by the amount of posts of support for each candidate, with one vote per poster.

    Also remember that this is a non-spam forum. If you post a response without giving a reason for your selection, it will be penalized for spam and deleted.
     
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  2. Cena Is A Punk Rocker

    Cena Is A Punk Rocker Accidental spam artist

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    I feel as if I have seen this match before. Goldberg won. He wins again.
     
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  3. Jack-Hammer

    Jack-Hammer YOU WILL RESPECT MY AUTHORITAH!!!!
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    Welp, Jeff Jarrett's not going any farther. I could easily see this match lasting less than a minute with Goldberg maybe taking a few verbal insults after the bell, maybe getting slapped in the face before he goes off on Jarrett, hits the spear, lands the jackhammer and calls it an early night at maybe the 50 to 60 second mark.
     
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  4. Dmbfantomas

    Dmbfantomas Bald Billy was Better

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    Goldberg in 15 seconds. Jarrett is arguably the worst world champion of a major promotion ever. The only people who ever bought into Jeff Jarrett are people with the last name Jarrett.

    Goldberg in the shortest match in tournament history.
     
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  5. Jeff Deliverer of Mail

    Jeff Deliverer of Mail Money for nothin, chicks for free
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    Once the bell rings, Double J makes the time out signal with his hands and asks for a mic. He then blabs on and on about Goldberg being overated and Double J not getting the respect he deserves. He then calls Goldberg Slapnuts and gets speared, a jackhammer follows and Goldberg wins by pinfall. The crowds go crazy because everyone pretty much hates Jeff Jarrett, including me.
     
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  6. Prince Vee

    Prince Vee Better than I think I am

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    Alright, so we all know how this goes. Spear! Jack Hammer! Pin Fall! Goldberg Wins. I don't know how to clearly put this forward but Jarrett had lost a championship to a Female Wrestler in his career. How can he seriously win Goldberg? It's a joke, isn't it?
     
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  7. SSJPhenom

    SSJPhenom The Phenom of WZ

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    Goldberg's entrance is going to be longer than this match. Spear, Jackhammer, and we call it a night.
     
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  8. Bernkastel

    Bernkastel Reaper of Miracles
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    I wonder if Goldberg is going to get the Brock Lesnar treatment this year, can we finally stop that shit?

    Great.

    Jeff Jarrett was never a big draw. He was a decent draw in early TNA history, but they were relying on champions like Rhyno and R-Truth. As soon as Kurt Angle, Sting, and Jeff Hardy came into the company, Jarrett took a backseat. Goldberg was a flash in the pan, but his spark burned much brighter than Jarrett's candle ever did.

    Match happens like this...

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    ...except no lumberjacks.
     
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  9. Hollywood Naitch

    Hollywood Naitch The current reigning and defending

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    The entrances start

    I go for a piss

    I come back

    Goldberg has already won
     
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  10. Tastycles

    Tastycles Turn Bayley heel

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    Despite his World Championships, Jarrett is the sort of ten a penny mid carder that Goldberg ate for breakfast. Goldberg wins.
     
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  11. tdmoon

    tdmoon Pre-Show Stalwart

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    I can understand people voting Goldberg here, especially considering he is hot right now. Goldberg was a force of nature, an unstoppable wrestler who rapidly rose to the top and won the World title. He was the most important wrestler WCW developed in their later years and captivated wrestling fans around the globe. His streak and ultimate victory over Hogan for the championship were some of the biggest moments in WCW history. Goldberg looked to be a fixture at the top of the card and was his promotions big gun in it's war against the WWF. Unfortunately, the supernova that was Bill Goldberg burned out in less than four years and WCW went under, being bought out by the competition.

    Jeff Jarrett didn't quite reach the peak that Goldberg did but he did a lot more, for a lot longer and is vastly more important to the history of professional wrestling. The supernova that was Goldberg had a peak that lasted less than five years(current run will add to it, of course) while Jeff Jarrett has been an important figure in the sport for decades. I believe that his consistency and success over nearly three decades in the business more than holds up against Goldberg's brief resume and when little things like legacy and overall importance to the sport are factored in, he far surpasses Goldberg. Believe me, I know it's easy to make fun of TNA but it can't be ignored that this wrestling promotion has somehow managed to survive longer than venerable organizations like WCW and ECW and has given innumerable wrestlers a place to ply their craft and earn a wage.

    If anyone doubts the length or success of Jeff Jarrett's wrestling career, take a look at the titles he held. (info courtesy of wrestlingdata.com)

    CWA International Tag Team Titles (with Tojo Yamamoto) 1986/06/30 - 1986/07/??
    CWA International Tag Team Titles (with Pat Tanaka) 1986/08/25 - 1986/09/01
    CWA International Tag Team Titles (with Paul Diamond) 1986/11/03 - 1986/11/15
    AWA Southern Tag Team Titles (with Billy Travis) 1986/11/17 - 1986/12/13
    AWA Southern Tag Team Titles (with Billy Travis) 1987/01/11 - 1987/01/20
    AWA Southern Tag Team Titles (with Pat Tanaka) 1987/02/03 - 1987/02/22
    NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Title
    1987/05/11 - 1987/05/23
    NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Title
    1987/06/01 - 1987/06/08
    NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Title
    1987/06/22 - 1987/09/07
    AWA Southern Tag Team Titles (with Billy Travis) 1987/07/11 - 1987/08/02
    NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Title
    1987/09/14 - 1987/11/02
    NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Title
    1987/11/09 - 1987/12/07
    WCCW Light Heavyweight Title
    1988/10/15 - 1988/11/11
    WCCW Light Heavyweight Title
    1988/11/24 - 1988/12/13
    CWA Heavyweight Title
    1989/03/11 - 1989/06/26
    WCCW Tag Team Titles (with Kerry Von Erich) 1989/03/12 - 1989/05/19
    WCCW Tag Team Titles (with Mil Máscaras) 1989/06/09 - 1989/06/23
    WCCW Tag Team Titles (with Matt Borne) 1989/06/30 - 1989/08/04
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Matt Borne) 1989/08/11 - 1989/09/15
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Matt Borne) 1989/09/29 - 1989/??/??
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Jeff Gaylord) 1990/09/03 - 1990/09/10
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Jeff Gaylord) 1990/09/17 - 1990/10/06
    USWA Heavyweight Title
    1990/10/06 - 1990/10/29
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Cody Michaels) 1990/11/24 - 1990/12/08
    USWA Heavyweight Title
    1991/01/14 - 1991/03/15
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Jerry Lawler) 1991/02/04 - 1991/03/26
    USWA Heavyweight Title
    1991/04/12 - 1991/05/03
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Robert Fuller) 1991/05/13 - 1991/07/08
    USWA Western States Tag Team Titles (with Robert Fuller) 1991/06/24 - 1991/06/24
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Robert Fuller) 1991/07/15 - 1991/09/28
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Robert Fuller) 1991/10/07 - 1991/11/04
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Jerry Lawler) 1992/06/29 - 1992/07/06
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Jerry Lawler) 1992/07/20 - 1992/08/10
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Jerry Lawler) 1992/08/17 - 1992/10/03
    USWA Heavyweight Title
    1992/12/21 - 1993/01/11
    USWA Heavyweight Title
    1993/03/01 - 1993/05/01
    USWA Heavyweight Title
    1993/06/28 - 1993/07/18
    USWA Heavyweight Title
    1993/08/23 - 1993/09/13
    USWA Heavyweight Title
    1993/10/04 - 1993/11/22
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Brian Christopher) 1993/10/25 - 1993/11/01
    USWA Tag Team Titles (with Brian Christopher) 1993/11/08 - 1993/11/27
    USWA Unified World Heavyweight Title
    1993/11/22 - 1993/12/20
    WWF Intercontinental Title
    1995/01/22 - 1995/04/26
    WWF Intercontinental Title
    1995/04/26 - 1995/05/19
    WWF Intercontinental Title
    1995/05/22 - 1995/07/23
    PCW United States Heavyweight Title
    1995/07/20 - 1995/07/22
    USWA Unified World Heavyweight Title
    1995/12/20 - 1996/03/02
    USWA Unified World Heavyweight Title
    1996/04/20 - 1996/08/18
    WCW United States Heavyweight Title
    1997/06/09 - 1997/08/21
    NWA North American Heavyweight Title (Post-1993-Version)
    1997/12/30 - 1998/03/02
    WWF Tag Team Titles (with Owen Hart) 1999/01/25 - 1999/03/30
    WWF Intercontinental Title
    1999/05/25 - 1999/07/24
    WWF Intercontinental Title
    1999/07/25 - 1999/07/27
    WWF European Title
    1999/08/22 - 1999/08/23
    WWF Intercontinental Title
    1999/08/22 - 1999/10/17
    WCW United States Heavyweight Title
    1999/12/20 - 2000/01/16
    WCW United States Heavyweight Title
    2000/01/17 - 2000/04/10
    WCW World Heavyweight Title
    2000/04/16 - 2000/04/24
    WCW World Heavyweight Title
    2000/05/07 - 2000/05/15
    WCW World Heavyweight Title
    2000/05/22 - 2000/05/24
    WCW World Heavyweight Title
    2000/05/29 - 2000/07/09
    WWA World Heavyweight Title
    2001/10/26 - 2002/04/07
    NWA World Heavyweight Title
    2002/11/20 - 2003/06/11
    WWA World Heavyweight Title
    2003/05/25 - 2003/05/25
    NWA World Heavyweight Title
    2003/10/22 - 2004/04/21
    NWA World Heavyweight Title
    2004/06/02 - 2005/05/15
    NWA CyberSpace Heavyweight Title
    2005/04/30 - 2005/11/19
    NWA World Heavyweight Title
    2005/09/16 - 2005/10/23
    NWA World Heavyweight Title
    2005/11/03 - 2006/02/12
    NWA World Heavyweight Title
    2006/06/18 - 2006/10/22
    AAA World Heavyweight Title
    2011/06/18 - 2012/03/18
    NWA Western States Heavyweight Title
    2015/05/15 - 2015/05/17
    TNAW King of the Mountain Title
    2015/06/28 - 2015/07/27
    WrestleCade Title
    2015/11/28 - 2016/05/15


    Now take a gander at Goldberg's championship history:


    WCW United States Heavyweight Title
    1998/04/20 - 1998/07/06
    WCW World Heavyweight Title
    1998/07/06 - 1998/12/27
    WCW United States Heavyweight Title
    1999/10/24 - 1999/10/25
    WCW World Tag Team Titles (with Bret Hart) 1999/12/07 - 1999/12/13
    WWE World Heavyweight Title
    2003/09/21 - 2003/12/14
    WWE Universal Title

    On one hand, you have Goldberg; a charismatic guy with a great look, middling ring skills, and who was borderline unstoppable for less than a handful of years until his employer died out. On the other, you have a man whose entire life has been dedicated to wrestling, both as an extremely successful competitor and also spearheading what became the second largest wrestling company in the country. Vote for the guy with thirty years of success over the guy with about five. Vote for the guy who has made wrestling his life over the guy who seemed to be in a hurry to get away from it. Vote Jeff Jarrett.
     
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  12. ShinChan

    ShinChan Gone. For. Good.

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    Kudos to you for gathering so much information about the title runs of both the competitors. I already voted for Goldberg and now will try to justify it.

    Personally, I don't damn care about the quantity of title reigns. Just see how Charlotte has 4-5 title reigns already before completing her two year stint on the main roster. I rather care about quality of title reigns. For example, Asuka or Bayley in NxT. Or Miz's recent InterContinental title reign. Goldberg was far more interesting as well as entertaining to me than Jeff Jarrett ever was. Goldberg's reigns' quality far outweighs Jarrett's longevity as well as bunch if title reigns. Like Ric Flair has arguably the most world title reigns in wrestling but I just don't like him or find him entertaining. Maybe I have missed the prime Ric but Ric in his last 5-10 years was boring to me. That's not to say that he's bad or anything. Just not my cup of tea/coffee/water. And it's same for Jeff.
     
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  13. The Gribbler

    The Gribbler Gribble me this, Gribble me that...

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    Goldberg in a squash. Even if this happened in TNA and Jeff Jarett was booking the match, Goldberg still goes over in a squash.

    Jarrett at his best was a midcarder punching above his weight. Goldberg is a legit superstar even as an over the hill dad coming back for a last grab at glory.
     
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  14. The Gribbler

    The Gribbler Gribble me this, Gribble me that...

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    Are we voting based on who we think the better wrestler is, or who we think would actually be booked to go over if this was a real tournament?

    Option one, Goldberg won't make it past the second round. Option two, it depends which gimmick matches he catches in round 3-4.
     
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  15. Lowdown

    Lowdown Ooh baby I like it roooaaaaw!

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    This isn't up for debate. Yes Jarrett is a better wrestler, but this is easy squash match. Goldberg advances.
     
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