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  • Did he win?


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    • Of course not, Supercena always wins.. :? :?




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      • Hell yeah thats what I'm talking about, but I did figure Umaga would wipe the floor with him.


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        • Originally posted by comahan
          Of course not, Supercena always wins.. :? :?
          I mark for Umaga......and Armando! Alejandro! Estrada!
          Originally posted by Scott Wright
          I could also go on a rant about how Uncle Joe from Willky Wonka is a major dick.

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          • the wierd think about HHH's injury is it was 5 years to the day he originally tore his quad

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            • Triple H is in Birmingham, Ala. right now having his leg injury from last night's PPV examined. Today's diagnosis is a quadriceps tear on the opposite leg of his last injury. He is scheduled to have surgery tomorrow.

              He tore his other quad on May 21, 2001 and returned about eight months later. Typical recovery time for this injury is nine months. After surgery, he will be in a wheel chair for a month or two, then on crutches for another two months, and then wear a leg immobilizer for another stretch of time, before moving into the rehab stage.

              If he follows a typical recovery time pattern, he won't be able to return to action until around October 2007, missing WrestleMania and Summerslam.

              The tentative main event for WrestleMania was Triple H challenging John Cena for the WWE Title. That will not happen now, obviously. A new WrestleMania main event will have to be devised, and the DX gimmick will probably be discontinued, barring Shawn Michaels "recruiting" a new member to take Hunter's place.

              Vince McMahon and Kevin Nash suffered similar quad tears in recent years. Nash was out nine month. He did not continue wrestling his match when he tore his quad. Hunter did, putting other body parts and his opponents at risk of injury as he finished the match. Hunter wraps his knees tightly before wrestling to protect the knee, but it could also conceivably lead to a tendency to more easily tear a quad. It also might stabilize his legs even with a torn quad so he was more able to complete a match than someone suffering the same injury without his knees wrapped. Having suffered the same injury on his other leg in 2001, he probably immediately knew what happened.

              Michaels, meanwhile, has shown signs of being very worn down by the schedule and in need of time off himself, increasingly so over the last year. The Triple H injury puts more pressure on him to work through his fatigue and nagging injuries (including continuing issues with his lower back, which forced his retirement at one point) at least through fall.




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              • So the main event picture remains John Cena and Edge/Orton. I guess we'll expect an Orton/Cena WM main event then.


                RIP TheManInBlack

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                • Another Trips update...


                  Triple H tears quadriceps tendon

                  Written: January 8, 2007

                  Following an MRI with Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Ala. on Monday, Triple H was diagnosed with a ruptured quadriceps tendon.

                  Officially, The Game suffered a tear of one of the four tendons in his right quadriceps. The injury occurred during DX's match with Rated-RKO at New Year's Revolution. Surgery will be performed on Tuesday in Alabama, and WWE doctor Ferdinand Rios estimates that The Game will need four to six months to rehabilitate the injury.

                  While he was in a tremendous amount of pain prior to the MRI, Triple H was said to be in great spirits and had a smile on his face.
                  So, 4-6 months of rehabilitation.




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                  • Originally posted by Brodeur
                    So the main event picture remains John Cena and Edge/Orton. I guess we'll expect an Orton/Cena WM main event then.
                    John cena is a beast, didnt he play football?

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                    • I assume unless they add new members this is the last of DX

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                        • Originally posted by T-RICH49
                          I assume unless they add new members this is the last of DX
                          Yeah unless they start doing two on ones HBK vs RKO and Edge thats gonna get old fast.

                          It's kinda funny they brought in Kali, he is the worth performers I have seen in a while thats the reason why he was fired from smackdown.


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                          • we needed a bump

                            raw is actually pretty good tonite

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                            • DAMN

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                              • Originally posted by LTgiants
                                we needed a bump

                                raw is actually pretty good tonite
                                Pah. Vince ruins lives. And while it isn't as bad as the abysmal Raw last week, it still isn't what Smackdown has become.


                                RIP TheManInBlack

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