Botches Of The Week (November 24, 2019)

Botches Of The Week (November 24, 2019)

1.I Would Walk 90 Days And I Would Walk For 90 Feet

Lana, Rusev and Lashley continue to do massive numbers on Youtube and befuddle live crowds. Which is a shame as Lana is clearly bringing her A-game every time.

Gotta make sure you’re not working yourself into a botch (brother).

2. There’s a STARDOM waiting in the sky

It’s not often you see wrestlers posting clips of themselves botching but STARDOM’s Saki Kashima doesn’t seem to mind.

3. NXT UK Is Performed In Front Of A Live Studio Audience

So Vice (of all people) discovered an entire eight-hour rehearsal of NXT UK uploaded onto YouTube and uploaded many, many clips on their wonderful article you can read here.

How did they find this? Hacking? Insider? Er no, it was found when someone had Auto-play in Youtube, which also plays the Unlisted videos so anybody could see them. Cough.

4. What Did American Indies Look Like In 2001

I’m glad you asked, here’s Towel Boy vs. Hurricane Kid from CZW.

To this day no-one knows if this was a planned spot or not.

5. Louder Than God, Better Than Nothing

Becky Lynch continues to be maybe the best wrestler in WWE definitely the loudest as heard in this (surely could have been edited out before being uploaded onto YouTube) clip, at the fifty second mark you can hear her blare “Follow me.”

Or maybe she’s an Abe fan, I dunno.

6. Fans-dango

WWE uploaded an extended version of the Survivor Series 1992 Showdown, featuring Papa Shango vs. Bret Hart and a rumble in the crowd for some reason.

7. Yikes

Alright this one sucks because I love both teams but them’s the breaks.

The match would get better, honest.

8. Rick Rude In…A Close Shave

It was the anniversary of one of the greatest moments of the Monday Night Wars, Rick Rude appearing on pre-recorded Raw and live Nitro on the same day, shaving to show how live WCW was and to talk about how angry he was with McMahon following the Montreal Screwjob.

9. In My Day…

I wish somebody woulda told me babe

that someday these would be the good old days

You don’t know, what you’ve got
Till it goes, till it’s gone

You don’t know, what you’ve got
Till it goes, till it’s gone

10. And Finally

Here’s Jarrett & DDP getting ready to fall off some scaffolding and through some padding on an episode of WCW Thunder but sadly for them, David Arquette went through it, leaving the two of them stuck.

Here’s the WOL live report:

The show was to end with a stunt where DDP and Jarrett were fighting on a scaffold or ladder. The idea was Arquette would hit Jarrett with a guitar and he’d take a bump through a gimmicked part of the stage. The only problem was that Asya accidentally stepped into the gimmicked part after she was eliminated, so everyone could see it. Then Arquette also stepped into it and actually fell in. So DDP and Jarrett had to improvise. DDP took the bump.

That’s your lot, see you next week friggers.

5 years ago by Wrestle Talk


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