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 on: August 26, 2023, 03:42:55 am 
Started by TheWarzone1 - Last post by TheWarzone1
It's legit been like 10 years since i've done anything with photoshop. Luckily theres a 99% chance no one will ever see this  Grin

 on: May 15, 2023, 02:13:49 am 
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Hello out there!

 on: March 10, 2021, 03:47:50 pm 
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Indeed. I wish i had more time for this place. Guess life took over for all of us. We had a good run though.

 on: January 18, 2020, 11:42:16 pm 
Started by TheWarzone1 - Last post by TheWho87
Been quiet for a while.

 on: December 12, 2019, 10:43:01 am 
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 Cry Cry Cry

 on: August 12, 2019, 10:41:46 pm 
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As we previously reported, WWE Superstar Kane is currently scheduled to return to the ring shortly. Kane was expected to return on August 23 live event in Bossier City, Louisiana. It was also anticipated that Kane would then appear at the August 24 live event in Lafayette, LA.

Rob Link, the spokesman for Mayor Glenn Jacobs of Knox County, Tennessee recently made some comments on the story. Link revealed that the Knox County Mayor is not looking bring back the ‘Big Red Machine’ character this month. “Just confirmed that Mayor Jacobs has no scheduled appearances at this time,” Link said.

To note the Cajundome in Lafayette is advertising Kane vs. Braun Strowman. It’s also been noted that Kane does not expect to be wrestling on RAW when it comes to Lafayette in September. The rep for the Mayor ssaid he has no plans to wrestle at the September 16 RAW from Knoxville, TN.

 on: August 12, 2019, 10:34:03 pm 
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WWE RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch will be defending her Championship this Sunday at SummerSlam. Lynch is regarded as one of the ‘Four Horsewomen of NXT’ alongside Charlotte Flair, Bayley and Sasha Banks. Banks recently left WWE and has not been seen on television since WrestleMania. Sasha and Bayley lost their WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships back in April.

Lynch has now taken some shots at Banks. Speaking to Sky Sports, Lynch said of Banks “yeah, [I would be interested in facing her] if Sasha Banks could hack it and she didn’t just get her jacket – and she’s off crying like Ronda Rousey – then I would love to face her.”

Becky also said that Banks couldn’t take losing. “Unfortunately, she couldn’t take losing. She lost the [WWE Women’s] Tag Team Championships and she was gone. She was gone! Some people can’t hack losing – they can’t step up. They can’t realize that when you lose, it’s just a chance to get better, it’s a chance to learn, and it’s a chance to grow.”

There’s no news on if Sasha will be returning to WWE this Sunday.

 on: August 12, 2019, 10:29:23 pm 
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The feud between Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon will continue and potentially end this Sunday at SummerSlam. Owens recently spoke to Sports Illustrated to promote the match and discuss his more ‘edgy’ promos that he cuts on McMahon.

When discussing the original promo where he stated that the fans don’t want to see McMahon in the ring; “I actually cut that promo a week before to somebody in the locker room,” Owens revealed. “And it got people talking enough that it ended up on TV the next week. It all came from gut instinct. I’ll always be a fan. I know what I like watching, and I think I have a pretty good finger on the pulse of the audience today, and it all came from that.”

When asked if he has to be ‘careful’ with what he says about Shane, Owens had some complementary things to say about the McMahon family.”If I’ve learned anything from being here for the past five years, it’s that the McMahons are more than willing to let you go at them as hard as you want and they’ll come back at you as hard as they can. Everything is pretty much fair game. I’ve never been told to be careful, I’ve never been told to watch what I say. It’s all for the purpose of creating as good a story as possible.”

You can check out that original promo below:

 on: August 12, 2019, 10:26:55 pm 
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WWE Champion Kofi Kingston recently spoke with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated to promote the upcoming WWE SummerSlam this Sunday on WWE Network.

One of the more interesting topics saw Kingston give huge praise to former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan. “Bryan is the unsung hero,” stated Kingston. “And he’s done a lot for guys who are undersized but showed they can still be cast in this top guy spot. He’s done it so well for a very, very long time.”

“And Bryan went through that identical journey I did to get to WrestleMania,” said Kingston. “He was badgered and blocked by The Authority and called a B-plus player, that was his story, and it became mine, too. We don’t get a lot of shine in main events, we’re not 6’8″ and 300 pounds, so the fact that he was my opponent was poetic. I have a whole lot of respect for Bryan and the boundaries he’s been able to break.”

The full card for Summerslam is currently as follows:

    WWE Universal Title Match
    Seth Rollins vs. Brock Lesnar (c)
    WWE Title Match
    Randy Orton vs. Kofi Kingston (c)
    Submission Match for the RAW Women’s Title
    Natalya vs. Becky Lynch (c)
    SmackDown Women’s Title Match
    Ember Moon vs. Bayley (c)
    WWE United States Title Match
    Ricochet vs. AJ Styles (c)
    WWE Cruiserweight Title Match
    Oney Lorcan vs. Drew Gulak (c)
    Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens
    Owens will quit WWE if he loses.
    Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Balor
    Dolph Ziggler vs. Bill Goldberg
    Trish Stratus vs. Charlotte Flair

 on: August 07, 2019, 03:15:50 pm 
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Japanese developer Yuke’s will no longer be developing WWE wrestling games for 2K, including the upcoming WWE 2K20. Yuke's has been developing WWE/WWF games for nearly 20 years.

2K confirmed that starting with WWE 2K20 and going forward, Visual Concepts will be the sole developer of WWE wrestling games. Visual Concepts served as co-developer on the WWE 2K series starting with WWE 2K14.

2K gave the following statement to IGN:

    “WWE 2K20 will be developed by Visual Concepts, who have worked with Yuke’s on the development of the series since WWE 2K14. As we’ve continued to invest in the WWE 2K franchise, we’ve seen the Visual Concepts team deisplay incredible passion, talent and commitment to the future of the series. We thank Yuke’s for their years of partnership and are excited to see what the Visual Concepts team brings to the franchise moving forward.”

Yuke’s first started developing WWE wrestling games for THQ starting with WWF SmackDown! in 2000. Take-Two later acquired the WWE video game license from THQ in 2013, and Yuke’s first WWE game for 2K was WWE 2K14.

Earlier this year, Video Game Chronicle reported that Yuke’s started a new, internal development team to start working on a rival wrestling IP. It’s unclear if this IP factored into 2K’s decision to part ways with Yuke’s on the WWE wrestling titles.

Last year’s WWE 2K19 was the last WWE game developed by Yuke’s, and while IGN said it was a “rebound in the right direction,” there were still some lingering issues from the last couple of games in the series. We'll see what direction the WWE 2K series takes when Visual Concepts takes over as the sole developer starting with WWE 2K20.


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