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  1. WWE (Smackdown!) @ Sheffield, England - Sheffield Arena - October 27, 2002

    Sho Funaki pinned Albert with a roll up

    Shannon Moore, Chuck Palumbo, & Bill DeMott defeated Ron Simmons, D-Von Dudley, & Crash Holly when DeMott pinned Crash when the momentum of a flying crossbody put DeMott on top

    Billy Kidman pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. with a modified bulldog

    John Cena pinned Val Venis with a powerbomb and using the ropes for leverage

    WWE Cruiserweight Champion Jamie Noble pinned Tajiri with a roll up and using the tights for leverage

    WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champions Kurt Angle & Chris Benoit defeated Edge & Rey Mysterio Jr. when Benoit pinned Mysterio after Eddie & Chavo Guerrero Jr. interfered and Mysterio was hit with one of the tag belts

    Torrie Wilson defeated Dawn Marie in a Bra & Panties match

    Booker T & Rikishi defeated WWE World Champion Brock Lesnar & Matt Hardy when Rikishi pinned Hardy with the Rikishi Driver after avoiding the Twist of Fate


    I'd forgotten half these matches, though curiously I could remember all the participants in the 6 man tag, including the finish.

  2. Pontiac Region


    1 Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant (III)

    9 Bret Hart vs. Bob Backlund


    12 Brainbusters vs. Strike Force

    13 Randy Savage vs. George Steele


    3 Hulk Hogan vs. Sgt. Slaughter

    6 Wrestlemania 2 Battle Royale


    7 Rick Rude vs. Ultimate Warrior

    2 Ultimate Warrior vs. Randy Savage


    Atlantic City Region


    1 Hulk Hogan vs. Randy Savage

    8 Undertaker vs. Jake Roberts


    4 Diesel vs. Shawn Michaels

    12 Big Boss Man vs. Mr. Perfect


    3 Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair

    11 Rockers vs. Barbarian & Haku


    2 Razor Ramon vs. Shawn Michaels

    7 Demolition vs. Andre the Giant & Haku


    Toronto Region


    1 Ultimate Warrior vs. Hulk Hogan

    8 Randy Savage vs. Crush


    12 Demolition vs. Powers of Pain & Mr. Fuji

    13 Twin Towers vs. Rockers


    6 Mega Maniacs vs. Money Inc.

    14 Owen Hart & Yokozuna vs. Smoking Gunns


    2 Owen Hart vs. Bret Hart

    7 Nasty Boys vs. Hart Foundation


    New York City Region


    1 Ricky Steamboat vs. Randy Savage

    8 Hart Foundation & Danny Davis vs. British Bulldogs & Tito Santana


    4 Hulk Hogan & Mr. T vs. Roddy Piper & Paul Orndorff

    5 Lawrence Taylor vs. Bam Bigelow


    3 Randy Savage vs. Ted DiBiase

    6 Bret Hart vs. Roddy Piper


    2 Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna (X)

    7 British Bulldogs vs. Dream Team


    Houston Region


    1 Steve Austin vs. The Rock (X-7)

    8 Edge vs. Mick Foley


    4 Hulk Hogan vs. Vince McMahon

    12 HHH vs. Owen Hart


    3 HHH vs. Chris Jericho

    6 Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho


    2 HHH vs. The Rock vs. Mick Foley vs. Big Show

    7 Edge & Christian vs. Hardy Boyz vs. Dudley Boyz (2000)


    Seattle Region


    1 Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart

    8 Undertaker vs. Kane (XIV


    4 Rey Mysterio vs. Randy Orton vs. Kurt Angle

    12 Shane McMahon vs. X-Pac


    3 Batista vs. HHH

    6 Undertaker vs. Ric Flair


    2 Steve Austin vs. The Rock (XV)

    10 Christian vs. Chris Jericho


    Chicago Region


    1 Bret Hart vs. Steve Austin

    9 Kurt Angle vs. Chris Benoit


    4 Eddie Guerrero vs. Kurt Angle

    5 Shane McMahon vs. Vince McMahon


    3 John Cena vs. HHH

    6 Kurt Angle vs. Shawn Michaels


    2 Chris Benoit vs. HHH vs. Shawn Michaels

    7 Undertaker vs. HHH


    Anaheim Region


    1 The Rock vs. Hulk Hogan

    8 Money In The Bank (XXI)


    4 HHH vs. Booker T

    5 Edge & Christian vs. Hardy Boyz vs. Dudley Boyz (X-7)


    3 Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle

    6 The Rock & Mick Foley vs. Ric Flair, Batista & Randy Orton


    2 Steve Austin vs. Shawn Michaels

    7 Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle





    (16) Robert McCall - The Equalizer



    (9) Brother Mouzone - The Wire



    (12) The Incredible Hulk



    (4) Vern Schilinger- Oz



    (11) Escobar- Nip/Tuck



    (14) Joe Rogan - Fear Factor/Inside the UFC



    (7) Roland "Wee-Bay" Brice - The Wire



    (2) T-Bag - Prison Break





    (1) Vic Mackie - The Sheild


    (8) Al Bundy-Married with Children



    (5) Lucius Vorenus - Rome



    (4) B.A. Baracus - A-Team



    (6) Dexter Morganr-Dexter



    (14) Jack Malone - Without a Trace



    (7) The Beast - Angel



    (2) Simon Adebisi-Oz






    (16) Sam Beckett - Quantem Leap



    (9) George Hearst- Deadwood



    (12) Tommy Gavin - Rescue Me



    (4) Titus Pullo - Rome



    (11) Big Dan Dority- Deadwood



    (3) Omar Little - The Wire



    (10) Dr. Gregory House - House M.D.



    (2) Al Swearengen - Deadwood





    (1) Tony Sorpano-The Sopranos



    (9) Hank Scorpio - The Simpsons



    (12) Curtis "Lemonhead" Lemanski - The Shield



    (13) Rupert Giles-Buffy



    (11) Duncan MacCloud-Highlander



    (14) Johnny Drama - Entourage/Viking Quest



    (7) Marlo Stansfield - The Wire



    (2) Ryan O'Reily - Oz

  4. "Angels With Filthy Souls" from Home Alone


    "Hey! I tell you what I'm gonna give you, Snakes. I'm gonna give you to the count of 10 to get your ugly, yellow, no-good keister off my property before I pump your guts full of lead! One, two, ten! (rapid machine gun fire)

    Keep the change, ya filthy animal!"

    This movie exists. It's a 1938 film with James Cagney.



    You're thinking of "Angels With Dirty Faces" with Cagney and Pat O'Brien. The "Home Alone" movie was an homage to that

  5. "Chasing Cars" by Snow Patrol, the kind of bland nothing of a song, where you just knew the video would be some over-wrought nonsense. In this case, the singer lying down in the pouring rain. Just awful



    "Fill My Little World" by the Feeling (utter drivel, although "Never Be Lonely" sounded like ELO, and thus was pretty cool)

    "I Don't Feel Like Dancing" by Scissor Sisters (horribly cynical faux-disco for people who don't like music)

    "Smile" by Lily Allen (crap pop-reggae that managed to fool people into thinking it was decent because Allen slagged off some crap indie bands like the Kooks)

  6. 1. James Dean Bradfield-The Great Western

    2. Jarvis-Jarvis

    3. Morrissey-Ringleader Of The Tormentors

    4. Bruce Springsteen-The Segar Sessions

    5. Butch Walker And The Lets-Go-Out-Tonites - The Rise And Fall Of...

    6. Razorlight-S/T

    7. Paolo Nutin-These Streets

    8. The Young Knives-Voices Of Animals And Men

    9. The Ordinary Boys-How To Get Everything You Ever Wanted In Ten Easy Steps

    10. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah-S/T

  7. "Merry Christmas Everyone" by Shakin' Stevens makes me incredibly happy, with special mentions to "Merry Christmas (I Don't Want To Fight Tonight)" by the Ramones, "Oi To The World" by the Vandals and "Lonely This Christmas" by Mud. Oh, and "Goblin In The Office (Naughty Christmas)" by Fat Les...fucking brilliant

  8. The third Turtles film was pretty poor and having sat through interminable sequels for Urban Legend and Candyman, I can safely say they need putting out to pasture.


    That said, the Friday the 13th series, barring the abortion of Jason Goes To Hell, is always entertaining, even the lesser films like X and V. Jason Lives is one of the most fun horror sequels I've ever watched and The Final Chapter (6 "chapters" ago) was excellent too. Nightmare On Elm Street admittedly did suck after the first one though.

  9. This week:

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    The Nottingham Fopp had a large selection of Dylan albums for £3 each. As I'd got the obvious ones (Blonde, Freewheeling, Highway 61) I took advantage of their generosity by picking up two I hadn't got round to



    Had an hour long drive ahead of me, so decided some classic Boss would be the perfect accompaniment for the journey. No idea why I hadn't already bought this.



    Had become obsessed with the song "Weekends And Bleak Days" over the weekend, so decided to risk it, and was rewarded by a cracking collection of pop songs, "Loughborough Suicide" being the highlight

  10. Thanks man. God, if i'd known who half those guys were at the time, I'd have been so impressed. I only recognised TAKA and Shinzeki at the time- in fact the reason I became a Hayabusa fan is because I the first time I saw him, I realised he was the basis for Hanniabal, who was my character on World Tour. Should have guessed Saladin was Abby tho.

  11. With WCW/nWo World Tour, I remember they used a lot of Japanese indy wrestlers in the game, with stables seemingly based on FMW and Michinoku Pro. I remember (under different manes) Hayabusa, Tarzan Goto, Jinzei Shinzeki, Sasuke, TAKA and Super Delfin, but who else was included? Can anyone provide a link to a definitive list?

  12. First pay packet in new job=shopping spree!


    "The Bravery" by the Bravery

    "The Whitey Album" by Ciccone Youth

    "This Machine Kills Fascists" (3 CD Woody Guthrie comp)

    "Jarvis" by Jarvis Cocker

    "Five Leaves Left" by Nick Drake

    "No More Cities" by the Dears


    Currently loving the Jarvis album (best work since Pulp's "A Little Soul") and Nick Drake, while I feel Ciccone Youth and the Dears will require a little more time to get into. Not that I don't like them, just not quite as immediate as the others.

  13. In the last few weeks:

    "Figure 8" by Elliott Smith

    "A Life Of Surprises:The Best Of" by Prefab Sprout

    "These Streets" by Paolo Nutini

    "This Year's Model" by Elvis Costello

    "The Moon And Antartica" by Modest Mouse

    "How To Get Everything You Ever Wanted In Ten Easy Steps" by the Ordinary Boys

  14. After being released by the WWE, I remember reading that Billy Kidman was taking a break from wrestling having lost his passion for it. I heard nothing else until I read a story in the Daily Star (about his rediscovered love of wrestling) to promote his match at FWA NOAH Limits 2 against Jonny Storm and Jodie Fleisch, which was a great match by all accounts (PowerSlam even wrote "Watch out TNA, Billy Kidman is back!"). I also know he had a well-received match for RQW against Robbie Brookside, but those aside, I know nothing of his recent matches. Is he still bringing the goods? How often does he actually wrestle? And how come he can still call himself Billy Kidman if the WWE owns the right to that name (as stories reported when he was released)