We're back with yet another serving of amazing work by you, the Cageside commenters. Many of you have impressed us all by producing some amazing work and golden comments. So it's that time again to recognize the excellent FanPosts, FanShots, and comments that were the Best In The World (of Cageside) this past week.
Oh, and a shout out again to our very own Cagesider Ecstasy with Extra Cheese; thanks to him we have that clever name for our Weekly Cageside Commenters Awards (the RECs), which perfectly sums up what this series tries to do. After all, without all of you, Cageside Seats would not be the greatest pro wrestling website on the Internet. So, without further ado, we present to you...
The Cageside RECs: Recognizing Excellence in Contributing:
FOR EXCELLENCE IN AUTHORING OF FANPOSTS:
- Cagesider IRodC shared a high flying affair from King of Trios 2009: Night 2
- Cagesider DarkTalon pondered a surprising replacement option for the top babyface of WWE
- Cagesider The Notorious Eddie Mac (yes, that's the name he uses) presented 10 "How TNA of you" moments in TNA history.
FOR EXCEPTIONAL PRODUCTION OF FANSHOTS:
- Cagesider Sir Ingenious showed us Triple H driving through a pharmacy to get some meds for his broken arm.
- Cagesider IRodC gave us proof at just how strong Antonio Cesaro is.
* to see comments in the context of their own threads, click on the 'time stamp' behind each Cagesider's name.
(on Scott Hall vs. Razor Ramon)
Ramon by DQ It'd start off pretty even. They are the same person, after all. However, I'd imagine Razor would take the early advantage and start to break away. His offense is bound to be far more logical, largely because he's not Scott Hall. However, Nash would probably run in as Razor set up the Razor's Edge (possibly after the big fallaway slam.) At that point, a beatdown would likely ensue and Razor's chains would get stolen.
TL;DR: Nash bails Hall out from a whooping, Razor by DQ.
P.S. I'm assuming this is WCW/WWE Scott Hall we're talking about here. I don't think the world could handle the facial hair explosion of AWA Scott Hall's mustache vs. WWF Scott Hall's stubble.
by GuyinNY on Sep 30, 2012 12:34 PM EDT 1 recs
This, to me, is like pitting a decent cut of beef against some prime quality oysters in a cook off... the latter will probably alienate your average person while the former is so accessible in it's appeal that the result of a poll on which is "the best" will probably be fairly uninteresting.
by 3PA on Sep 30, 2012 4:35 PM EDT 3 recs
From the "Cagside Seats Weekly Comenter Awards (RECs): Week ending Sept. 28" thread:
Yay, I won another award. My goal is to be the Meryl Streep of CSS. Either people will be completely indifferent towards me, or whenever I win someone will say "not this asshole again".
P.S. I'm not fond of Meryl Streep. I just wanted to clarify, in case it wasn't obvious.
by Ecstasy with Extra Cheese on Sep 30, 2012 1:43 PM EDT 3 recs
From the "WWE Raw results and live blog for Oct. 1: The Ryback Attacks" thread:
And also from the same thread...
From the "WWE names the top 50 good guys in pro wrestling history" thread:
From the "Video: Ryback and Tensai botch from WWE Monday Night Raw on Oct. 1" thread:
Botch? Tensai is veteran wrestler who had obviously scouted THE Ryback's moves and blocked his finisher not once but nearly twice. This sorta veteran know how has moved Tensai into my fave 50... ...sorry A-Ry, you gots to go.
by Andiamo Cuccioli on Oct 2, 2012 8:39 AM EDT 4 recs
"We have 3 times as many dummies watching our terrible content, as the UFC has dummies watching their own terrible content" There are certain things you shouldn't brag about.
by KJ Gould on Oct 2, 2012 11:16 AM EDT 4 recs
do you think TNA stars get paid in Universal Studio Park Entry vouchers? or Island of Adventure? bc I would mail it in for Island of Adventure.
by BrooklynBrawler4Life on Oct 4, 2012 8:44 PM EDT 2 recs
From the "TNA 'Impact Wrestling' reactions from tonight (Oct. 4) by a teenage girl" thread:
If TNA is a roller coaster...could they be Splash mountain? Only instead of water waiting at the bottom, it's the sweat and shame of Hulkamania.
Or perhaps, its the log ride at busch gardens(if you haven't been there, I apologize.). The ride gears up and it is smooth sailing, a few small splashes here and there, but no big deal. Then in the distance you see a buzzsaw coming, you reassure yourself it won't hurt you but secretly your brain asks "what if it does?". The saw gets closer and closer before the bottom drops out and your sent plummeting down into the water below. The saw didn't maim you for life and it was a fun ride, but in the end you're still soaked, and now you have to walk around the theme park wet for the rest of the day.
In closing, Cagesiders, don't forget this series is all about YOU; so if you think I missed anything, or have any suggestions or tweaks for the Cageside RECs, please let us know in the comments below or email one of the site editors through our Masthead page.
Bring it on with some awesome award-winning stuff for next week's RECs. Until then, see ya in the threads!
Remember, you can't win a Cageside REC Award* if you don't play, er um contribute.