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VORKED IS THE BEST
10,000 posts!

super secret club no fuckin nerds allowed

10,000 posts!

super secret club no fuckin nerds allowed

nice try i LIKE getting shoved in lockers you’re just helping me

daredevil walks into a room and says ‘man it sure is foggy in here’

the judge vomits

gentlemanbones:

wrasslormonkey:

How is ass2ass PG? (by @WrasslorMonkey)

How is this even a wrestling moveWhat is your objective with this technique

Long time move in pro wrestling is mashing someone into the rope. This is just a diva sex-appeal variant, because that is what Nikki is/does.

gentlemanbones:

wrasslormonkey:

How is ass2ass PG? (by @WrasslorMonkey)

How is this even a wrestling move
What is your objective with this technique

Long time move in pro wrestling is mashing someone into the rope. This is just a diva sex-appeal variant, because that is what Nikki is/does.

dr-dos:

I’ve been seeing a lot of Scooby Doo on my dash lately. My friend discovered what he describes as “Shaggy eviscerating an ape”

dr-dos:

I’ve been seeing a lot of Scooby Doo on my dash lately. My friend discovered what he describes as “Shaggy eviscerating an ape”

(via aintasuperhero)

To put it simply, Cartoon Network hates good series and writes Symbionic Titan off, like Megas XLR, for tax reasons.

ive done it

ive done it

mostdecoratedarsoninvestigator:

kamenriderkuuga:

mostdecoratedarsoninvestigator:

mahjongnookulus:

battledad:

Wrestling is literally anime because normal people cannot do this.

This is a Yoshi Tonic. The original inventor of this move is a Joshi (Female) puroresu wrestler. Female Japanese wrestlers can go and are way rougher than Sami Zayn and Antonio Cesaro here.Also, to back up Battle Dad’s claim, Pro-wrestlers have literally taken moves from manga and anime. A guy called Jushin Liger invented the Shooting Star Press after seeing it in Fist of the North Star.

The aforementioned Jushin Liger was also an anime character before he was a wrestler.

So was Tiger Mask if I remember correctly.

Yep!
Also, for those who don’t know, a wrestler called the Great Sasuke literally used the Rider Kick as a signature move.


Most wrestlers that use anything inspired by anime or manga are new people, and indie wrestlers. 

Most of wrestling comes from the constant evolution of nearly 80 years of American Pro Wrestling, since around what I believe was Jim Crockett Productions.

The evolution of pro wrestling moves like aerial counters shown up top are from the extreme era of wrestling, especially the Attitude Era. When WWE/WCW/ECW’s era hit, everyone became far more interested in constant flow of attacks, Ariel movesets, and wowing the audience.

The extreme version of wrestling was created so WCW and other newer wrestling companies could push themselves away from WWF/WWE, and appeal to a more modern audience. This happened around 1992. This introduced more and more extreme versions of wrestling, where people became more acrobatic and more suicidal with their movesets.

Long story short, no, don’t try to connect all this crazy shit people are doing with anime and manga. Only a few characters even do this, like Liger, who has almost always been super sentai-inspired, not anime. And before that, he was lucha-based, as he trained in Mexico after being told “hell no” by Japan Pro Wrestling for being ‘too short.’

Japanese female wrestlers also aren’t all more rough than these fighters. All of Japan is usually this way, as are the indie scene. The indie scene in wrestling is so ridiculous, even I cringe at watching some of what they do. PWG and other indie associations are known for wrestlers trying to prove themselves. 

You want to see actual rough and hardcore wrestling? Combat Zone Wrestling is, BY FAR, the most brutal wrestling I have ever watched. That shit is brutal to be brutal, and most of what they do will make you cringe.

Japanese wrestling gets away with more due to not having the huge censorship of the PG-era WWE, alongside WWE bookers and trainers being the most boring people on the planet since around 2005. Everything is far more rough and gritty than current WWE.

NXT is slowly pushing themselves away from WWE’s stale “tank hits and return” moveset by going high-flying and heavy-counter. The WWE IC belt competitors were also slowly doing this, before a couple of them hit the limelight and moved on. We only really have RVD, who has never went outside his current moveset since his ECW days.

mostdecoratedarsoninvestigator:

kamenriderkuuga:

mostdecoratedarsoninvestigator:

mahjongnookulus:

battledad:

Wrestling is literally anime because normal people cannot do this.

This is a Yoshi Tonic. The original inventor of this move is a Joshi (Female) puroresu wrestler. Female Japanese wrestlers can go and are way rougher than Sami Zayn and Antonio Cesaro here.

Also, to back up Battle Dad’s claim, Pro-wrestlers have literally taken moves from manga and anime. A guy called Jushin Liger invented the Shooting Star Press after seeing it in Fist of the North Star.

The aforementioned Jushin Liger was also an anime character before he was a wrestler.

So was Tiger Mask if I remember correctly.

Yep!

Also, for those who don’t know, a wrestler called the Great Sasuke literally used the Rider Kick as a signature move.

Most wrestlers that use anything inspired by anime or manga are new people, and indie wrestlers. 

Most of wrestling comes from the constant evolution of nearly 80 years of American Pro Wrestling, since around what I believe was Jim Crockett Productions.

The evolution of pro wrestling moves like aerial counters shown up top are from the extreme era of wrestling, especially the Attitude Era. When WWE/WCW/ECW’s era hit, everyone became far more interested in constant flow of attacks, Ariel movesets, and wowing the audience.

The extreme version of wrestling was created so WCW and other newer wrestling companies could push themselves away from WWF/WWE, and appeal to a more modern audience. This happened around 1992. This introduced more and more extreme versions of wrestling, where people became more acrobatic and more suicidal with their movesets.

Long story short, no, don’t try to connect all this crazy shit people are doing with anime and manga. Only a few characters even do this, like Liger, who has almost always been super sentai-inspired, not anime. And before that, he was lucha-based, as he trained in Mexico after being told “hell no” by Japan Pro Wrestling for being ‘too short.’

Japanese female wrestlers also aren’t all more rough than these fighters. All of Japan is usually this way, as are the indie scene. The indie scene in wrestling is so ridiculous, even I cringe at watching some of what they do. PWG and other indie associations are known for wrestlers trying to prove themselves. 

You want to see actual rough and hardcore wrestling? Combat Zone Wrestling is, BY FAR, the most brutal wrestling I have ever watched. That shit is brutal to be brutal, and most of what they do will make you cringe.

Japanese wrestling gets away with more due to not having the huge censorship of the PG-era WWE, alongside WWE bookers and trainers being the most boring people on the planet since around 2005. Everything is far more rough and gritty than current WWE.

NXT is slowly pushing themselves away from WWE’s stale “tank hits and return” moveset by going high-flying and heavy-counter. The WWE IC belt competitors were also slowly doing this, before a couple of them hit the limelight and moved on. We only really have RVD, who has never went outside his current moveset since his ECW days.

My next post is my big 10,000 POSTS.

What the fuck do I even do with that post
No, seriously. I gotta do SOMETHING

it cena time

Reboot Dio doesn’t seem so… Bad guy.

vintage space lesbians of the long ago year of 199x

nostalgiaultra:

Wrestling is real and I will die for this

nostalgiaultra:

Wrestling is real and I will die for this

(via atamajakki)

i dont blush, instead my face flashes like a rave