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Astro Zombie

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About Astro Zombie

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    Legend
  • Birthday 09/02/1994

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  • Favourite Wrestler
    Too many to name
  • Favourite Music
    Various metal/hardcore groups, and a couple of rappers
  • Favourite Wrestling Company
    CZW, BJW, DGUSA, NJPW
  • Orientation
    Straight
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    Caucasian

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  1. Definitely. He gives me the same vibe I get from watching Flair in his prime. There's Nick Aldis and then there's everyone else (In the realm of NWA, though I do feel he is/can be a big star overall). I don't even like the guy in the ring that much but the way he presents himself is top notch. Cody is the only person who can even rival him in that department imo
  2. Yeah. Helped Pagano fend off an attack with the WWE mask and tron. Really interested to see what/if any legal action is taken here. Presumably that appearance violated a non-compete clause. A thread about a name change for Sin Cara. Sounds like we oughta get the popcorn.. https://twitter.com/luchablog/status/1206810736221212673?s=20
  3. Definitely. Between the guys hitting the barricades with the same intensity as they hit the ropes and the dives that can often end up with someone going into the crowd, it's a when not an if. Cornette has brought up that point on more than one occasion that it happens on indie shows all the time and fans get some tickets and a shirt and it's cool, but when you've got a millionaire running a company it changes everything.
  4. They won the JAPW tag team championships in 2012 under the name Outlaw Inc. So...you could just go with that if NWA doesn't give them something else. I know their nameplate and "In Todays Show" picture in the intro (which is a neat af touch btw) it just says their name but I swear I've heard Cornette refer to them as Outlaw Inc. but I may be wrong
  5. Nah they never said it was the refs discretion & a 10 count. They have said the refs discretion in previous weeks, but then a bunch of wads complained that their fake fighting didnt have strict enough rules, so this week they decided to announce the 10 count thing. A bunch of wads ..and their head commentator
  6. I'd imagine they'll follow the old format where the weekly studio shows are for squashes and building characters/angles that sell you on the PPV featuring 6-8 big, more modern style matches
  7. Would you go to the show? Tickets are like $30 $30 is a pretty good price imo considering you're sitting through multiple tapings Big oof on running their first PPV in the same studio they film TV in. was hoping they'd book an arena for it, even if something small like the size of Full Sail
  8. Oddly enough I was thinking about them as singles wrestlers earlier. Feels like for the longest time when they broke into the US it was near impossible to see them team together and now it's rare to see them apart. I hope they do go their own way eventually. They're a bit of an odd fit if you look at them. Like Gens said, Fenix could be the next Rey and Penta is a dark heel type. If they weren't brothers it would be a real head scratcher as to why they were together lol. I'd love to see a mask match between/involving them some day. Don't know how they'd feel about unmasking one another though or if they'd want to do that outside of their native country
  9. He's amazing. Last week was the first time I'd seen him since his All In match (Previous to that was probably his TNA run) and he's everything I want a champion to be. Have they announced anything for tonight? I know there's taping spoilers but I kind of want to follow along spoiler free. I enjoyed last weeks show more than I enjoyed any wrestling in a long time
  10. Summer of 1996 for USWA. He was signed to WWF but he was sent down there. I guess to get the initial experience in front of a crowd.
  11. I've only seen her AEW work to judge on but Bea is pretty bad imo. I heard her name a lot prior to AEW but never saw anything (100% due to my own laziness as a wrestling fan these days) and i've been disappointed. Heard she was real good.
  12. In fairness Kenny is 17+ years into his career at this point whereas Kurt was learning as he was going. I've never been able to take Kenny seriously though personally. Everything about him is just so goofy to me. Talented in the ring, but I can't stand watching him lmao You think being a goof is negative trait by default. it's not. Kurt Angle was world class, even when he was a goof. Hell...Chris Jericho is an absolute goof. And so was HBK after his first return. Mick Foley as soon as Mankind became a face. The New Day was already named before, but they're a valid point, as one of the most successfull acts in modern day WWE. Danniel Bryan in the WWE has also always been a goof, until his most recent heel turn. And don't get me started on pre-AE WWE & WCW. Being goofy isn't a bad trait, I just find Kenny himself goofy in a bad way. The promos I've heard sound like he's V/Oing an anime character and it's kind of cringe to listen to and some of his body language feels the same. Even when he's being serious, he comes across as goofy to me
  13. In fairness Kenny is 17+ years into his career at this point whereas Kurt was learning as he was going. I've never been able to take Kenny seriously though personally. Everything about him is just so goofy to me. Talented in the ring, but I can't stand watching him lmao
  14. A jobber is someone booked purely to make their opponent look dominant and powerful. Kenny hasn't had an AEW match under 20 minutes long. He may not be winning, but he's being prominently showcased and presented as a big name. He's the furthest thing from a jobber.
  15. It's funny. He said that last year and then started working for MLW in February I believe lol. He said on his podcast that the NWA deal was a one shot thing for now but I'd expect him to continue to be involved. He sounded passionate about it on his podcast. Even dedicated an episode to studio wrestling this week on his podcast. Cornette in AEW is something that would be amazing to see tbh. Even if only for a short run to have the interactions/"feuds" with Omega and company. That could be a white hot angle if done correctly tbh lol
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