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Anonymous 11/29/2020 (Sun) 22:11:14 No. 2207 [Reply]
when /p/ meets /sp/
big pimpin'
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Scarlet Cat ? Black Bordeaux ?
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Taya wants to take on Shida; waifus are colliding

Anonymous 02/02/2021 (Tue) 23:12:51 No. 2263 [Reply]
Happy birthday to the Machine!
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looking swoll

Anonymous 01/31/2021 (Sun) 15:29:51 No. 2260 [Reply]
Team Taz lucha mask
post pics of you wearing it.
>>2261 sadly, not mine. just pics I took from taz's socials

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Anonymous 01/22/2021 (Fri) 01:06:05 No. 2256 [Reply]
Kenny Omega announces his favorite games from 2020. No Animal Crossing. 1. Yakuza: Like a Dragon 2. Final Fantasy VII Remake 3. Hades 4. Resident Evil 3 Remake 5. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Warzone 6. Nioh 2 7. Streets of Rage 4 8. The Last of Us Part II 9. Ring Fit Adventure 10. Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age

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Anonymous 01/02/2021 (Sat) 00:50:18 No. 2229 [Reply]
Hey, I know a couple of those new employees!

Anonymous 12/03/2020 (Thu) 00:54:36 No. 2208 [Reply]
Tonight on AEW Dynamite:
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Guy at work just told me that there is some kind of continuation of an event that's supposed to happen on Impact. What are the details on this?
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Rumor is that Tessa Blanchard will get picked up by AEW. So could she appear on the Impact/AEW crossover? This could bring Brian Cage, Allie, Rebel, Sting, Kingston, Matt Hardy, Sydal, Pentagon, Fenix, Ortiz, Santana, and Braxton Sutter to an Impact reunion. Heck, even Earl Hebner is a possibility! Though I wouldn't mind watching Aubrey as an in-ring official.

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Anonymous 11/29/2020 (Sun) 03:41:42 No. 2206 [Reply]
>Ed Nordholm & Scott D'Amore on the Passing of Bob Ryder Everyone at IMPACT Wrestling is heartbroken by the passing of Bob Ryder, one of its founders and in many ways the heart and soul of the promotion. As many fans know, the very idea to create this company was born on Bob's fishing boat, during a trip off the Gulf Coast in 2001. It is no exaggeration to state IMPACT Wrestling would never have existed without Bob's inspiration and would not have gone on to entertain millions of fans over two decades without his passion and dedication behind the curtain. Anyone who remembers Bob on the 1990s Prodigy chats or his role in launching 1wrestling.com or him co-hosting WCW Live! knows few people love pro-wrestling with the passion Bob did. At IMPACT, we joked that the chair and desk at Bob's house was IMPACT's "mobile command center." Every wrestler and staff member knew that if they didn't have a place to stay, if they'd missed their flight, if their car had broken down, they could call the command center – Bob's phone – and he would take care of it. Bob prided himself on that and being available 24/7. Even during his annual Christmas cruises, he'd carry his cell phone and laptop everywhere, so he was available to help even from the middle of the ocean. Few people love professional wrestling with the passion that Bob did. Wrestling was his life. Since learning the news, we've spoken to dozens of his friends across the business and they all have said the same thing; that they'd spoken with Bob just a few days ago. The last time we saw Bob face to face was a month ago, during BOUND FOR GLORY week in Nashville. Because of the pandemic, Bob was unable to attend the event, but the three of us were able to celebrate his 64th birthday together at a small dinner. Bob talked non-stop about the upcoming matches, how excited he was about the talent and the future of IMPACT. He also spoke – because he seldom didn't –about his beloved LSU athletics, particularly football and basketball. To the end of his life, Bob was a loyal, trusted, hard-working and beloved member of the IMPACT Wrestling family. He was also infuriatingly – and endearingly – stubborn. That stubbornness steeled him in his battle against his illness. It surprised none of us who knew and loved Bob that he outlived his diagnosis by years.

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Turning Point 11-14-2020 Anonymous 11/15/2020 (Sun) 22:54:41 No. 2193 [Reply]
Impact Wrestling special event
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Did Johnny Swinger shoot John E. Bravo?
Who is the lucky person that gets to beat Rohit for no reward?

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bound for glory hype thread Anonymous 10/22/2020 (Thu) 04:30:21 No. 2154 [Reply]
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maybe we can pressure streetcar to attend.
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We STILL don't know the answer to this question.

This Week on Impact: Pre-Show Thread Anonymous 11/12/2020 (Thu) 23:46:57 No. 2189 [Reply]
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6pm Central.