Here is my twin peaks tattoo :3
If you are a big fan of scuba diving then you have probably heard of a popular place off the coast of St. Croix aptly named “The Wall.” But at a certain point, the lush corals changes into a sharp and sudden drop — the sea floor drops two miles straight down. The waters almost instantly change from warm and crystal blue to an endless, jet black abyss. Even blue whales have returned from these depths with large wounds on them. [x]
Take your boy and go home. You have to make it.
I really want this sequel
this film seriously had some of the best character development I’ve ever seen.
Honestly. ECW was something that appealed to me when I was a teenager. Looking back on it other than whatever RVD was doing I have no favorite matches. Bubba Ray and Devon got better in WWE and I remember Raven more in WCW. I’ve grown to love wrestling again but I don’t pay dudes 20 dollars to cut each other up and ruin their lives for some fake “punk rock” attitude about a show that’s supposed to be fun.
If you look back on ECW and all you can remember is Rob Van Dam, then your opinion on the company is completely invalid. Before ECW was around, WCW had no idea what a Cruiserweight was. It was ECW that introduced guys like Psicosis, Rey Mysterio, Dean Malenko, etc. It was ECW that brought in guys like Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, 2 Cold Scorpio, Al Snow, Nova, Lance Storm, Jerry Lynn. For that matter, the storylines changed professional wrestling forever and, whether anyone wants to believe it or not, created the Attitude Era.
If McMahon had never changed what he was doing and kept the “Federation years” going, ECW would have continued to rise and might still be a viable company today. What McMahon had that ECW didn’t was money. He took a lot of the ideas ECW was doing and put them on his show. Storylines about spousal abuse, kidnapping, adultery, homosexuality, all of these things were implemented by WWE shortly after ECW started gaining international popularity. That’s why so many ECW guys eventually came to the WWE, because McMahon knew they were good.
The whole “cut each other up” bullshit happened, but it wasn’t the focal point of the show. You’d see a chairshot now and again and there might be one hardcore match on the show, but ECW wasn’t just about barbed wire and bloodshed, there was true feeling to it. Spend a little more time watching ECW shows instead of a match here and there and some clips on WWE DVD’s and you’ll really see the belly of the beast. As much as I love Cornette, he’s just butthurt because his brand of old school Southern wrestling was overshadowed by the new gang in town.
Well said sir!
wow thats hardcore..