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 15-06, 18:20 Tiberius Dupree make him tap with brownie mix

 

"Booking Wrestling is the most thankless no-win position anyone could ever be in. When things go well it's the talent that makes it work. When they go badly, it's because the Booker doesn't know what he's doing." - Eric Bischoff

 

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Our Hero: uploadafraud.com

Jookie: fuck u boricua

 

"I'm like Smythe, except Good" - Matsuda

 

OCW works best when it’s a melting pot of different ideas and opinions coming together to create some cool ass shit. It’s at its worst when people are only invested in their own/their pals’ content." - Paul Pugh
 

"I'm 5,9" - Ry
 

"I'm sorry if this sounds mean but OCW shouldn't be allowed to vote" - Jake Allen

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"You either die a hero or live long enough to become Nate Ortiz" - Drago Cesar

 

"Let me make myself clear: you work for me. If I tell you to fight Blaine, you fight Blaine. Hell, if I tell you to fight a lion, you WILL fight a lion and still thank me afterwards for giving you a job." - Mr. Sensation

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Been thinking about doing this for awhile. People missed on out on some conversation earlier today in discord, so I figured I would just post the transcript here so that people could join in later.

 

On Wrex Leaving

 

Pee17 — Today at 9:31 AM

Sorry, bud.

Wrex appears to be walking away

Lol and I buried it with my own walk away. Uh. Vintage Wrex vs Bingo.

Incredibly on Brand

 

Mad Michael Morrison — Today at 9:34 AM

There was an episode of BATMAN: The Animated Series... where Batman disappeared and The Joker became depressed because no matter what horrible crime he committed... no one was there to stop him.

 

His nemesis... his only reason for existing... was no longer their to share the dance.

 

Mike: I get this feeling with B17 and Wrex now

All the other criminals are happy... but B is just super bummed

 

Bingo: I am a bit, yeah.

One of my favorite characters over the last few years

A good representative of the overwhelming pressure and depression of the modern working class

 

Mad Michael Morrison —I agree

 

 

Bingo: Always battling self doubt and overcoming failure all while drinking himself into more depression. Idk if any if it was intentional

But it certainly made him relatable and sympathetic.

 

Mad Michael Morrison: Yes... relatable and... relatable

 

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On Lucha Country Break Up

 

Are we becoming (wrestling not ocw alone) becoming too predictable with partners turning on each other.

[9:47 AM]

It's common place in Wrestling, no? But is it overdone?

[9:48 AM]

Is it in the same category as feuding over the FI case?

 

CVLDanielTC/Colin Locke — Today at 9:48 AM

Oh, it's really overdone, it feels like every WWE tag team exists to set up a future feud

[9:48 AM]

But here, I dunno

[9:49 AM]

Feels like it was mostly a predictable outcome because Parca's been writing as a semi-heel for a while now, but it was still surprising that it happened there, so it was a good time(edited)

 

Mad Michael Morrison — Today at 9:49 AM

I see it more like a right of passage or tradition

It's bound to happen... but when and exactly how (who betrays who) is still the fun part

[9:50 AM]

It's just more fun to see, typcially, than "Okay... we are no longer partners... just gonna go our own way now... byeeeee."

 

Lutionguy Yake — Today at 9:51 AM

It's not overdone in general. Both for the case thing and the tag thing, we've had two major ones in the last 2 years

[9:51 AM]

so it's recency bias

 

Lutionguy Yake — Today at 9:52 AM

Most of them have had build ups story-wise, though

[9:52 AM]

Predictability can be okay as long as the journey is told well and makes sense

 

Mad Michael Morrison — Today at 9:52 AM

Maybe after Shawn Michaels / Jenneti... Ganneti... however you say his name

Seems like that was the peak/start of it...

[9:53 AM]

Yeah... technically, most stories are the same, with just slightly different characters and scenery

 

CVLDanielTC/Colin Locke — Today at 9:53 AM

On predictability though, I think if your story is predictable, a lot of the time it means you've told a well built story that was heading in a clear direction

 

Pee17 — Today at 9:54 AM

Predictability is good in wrestling. I'd say. Right because you're trying to tell a story to a massive audience with ranges of interest. And ppl want to invest in happy endings (my speculation, not 100 percent true).

 

CVLDanielTC/Colin Locke — Today at 9:54 AM

Lucha Country would've always needed a big change after Parca started playing more heel, and I think heel solo Parca was always gonna be a better time than heel Lucha Country

 

Lutionguy Yake — Today at 9:55 AM

Parca told his slow descent into madness perfectly from the day he lost the INT title until yesterday

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Been thinking about doing this for awhile. People missed on out on some conversation earlier today in discord, so I figured I would just post the transcript here so that people could join in later.

 

On Wrex Leaving

 

Pee17 — Today at 9:31 AM

Sorry, bud.

Wrex appears to be walking away

Lol and I buried it with my own walk away. Uh. Vintage Wrex vs Bingo.

Incredibly on Brand

 

Mad Michael Morrison — Today at 9:34 AM

There was an episode of BATMAN: The Animated Series... where Batman disappeared and The Joker became depressed because no matter what horrible crime he committed... no one was there to stop him.

 

His nemesis... his only reason for existing... was no longer their to share the dance.

 

Mike: I get this feeling with B17 and Wrex now

All the other criminals are happy... but B is just super bummed

 

Bingo: I am a bit, yeah.

One of my favorite characters over the last few years

A good representative of the overwhelming pressure and depression of the modern working class

 

Mad Michael Morrison —I agree

 

 

Bingo: Always battling self doubt and overcoming failure all while drinking himself into more depression. Idk if any if it was intentional

But it certainly made him relatable and sympathetic.

 

Mad Michael Morrison: Yes... relatable and... relatable

 

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

On Lucha Country Break Up

 

Are we becoming (wrestling not ocw alone) becoming too predictable with partners turning on each other.

[9:47 AM]

It's common place in Wrestling, no? But is it overdone?

[9:48 AM]

Is it in the same category as feuding over the FI case?

 

CVLDanielTC/Colin Locke — Today at 9:48 AM

Oh, it's really overdone, it feels like every WWE tag team exists to set up a future feud

[9:48 AM]

But here, I dunno

[9:49 AM]

Feels like it was mostly a predictable outcome because Parca's been writing as a semi-heel for a while now, but it was still surprising that it happened there, so it was a good time(edited)

 

Mad Michael Morrison — Today at 9:49 AM

I see it more like a right of passage or tradition

It's bound to happen... but when and exactly how (who betrays who) is still the fun part

[9:50 AM]

It's just more fun to see, typcially, than "Okay... we are no longer partners... just gonna go our own way now... byeeeee."

 

Lutionguy Yake — Today at 9:51 AM

It's not overdone in general. Both for the case thing and the tag thing, we've had two major ones in the last 2 years

[9:51 AM]

so it's recency bias

 

Lutionguy Yake — Today at 9:52 AM

Most of them have had build ups story-wise, though

[9:52 AM]

Predictability can be okay as long as the journey is told well and makes sense

 

Mad Michael Morrison — Today at 9:52 AM

Maybe after Shawn Michaels / Jenneti... Ganneti... however you say his name

Seems like that was the peak/start of it...

[9:53 AM]

Yeah... technically, most stories are the same, with just slightly different characters and scenery

 

CVLDanielTC/Colin Locke — Today at 9:53 AM

On predictability though, I think if your story is predictable, a lot of the time it means you've told a well built story that was heading in a clear direction

 

Pee17 — Today at 9:54 AM

Predictability is good in wrestling. I'd say. Right because you're trying to tell a story to a massive audience with ranges of interest. And ppl want to invest in happy endings (my speculation, not 100 percent true).

 

CVLDanielTC/Colin Locke — Today at 9:54 AM

Lucha Country would've always needed a big change after Parca started playing more heel, and I think heel solo Parca was always gonna be a better time than heel Lucha Country

 

Lutionguy Yake — Today at 9:55 AM

Parca told his slow descent into madness perfectly from the day he lost the INT title until yesterday

 

The Parca heel turn was unexpectedly expected. Tag Teams breaking up or forming is as bread and butter as heel vs. face in wrestling. The story told here was good and it will be interesting to see where they go with the Tag titles from here, hopefully they have something planned. If they don't then they've kinda put themselves in in a corner.

 

I just don't want them to vacate like CQC did, that would be too much of the same.

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 15-06, 18:20 Tiberius Dupree make him tap with brownie mix

 

"Booking Wrestling is the most thankless no-win position anyone could ever be in. When things go well it's the talent that makes it work. When they go badly, it's because the Booker doesn't know what he's doing." - Eric Bischoff

 

Jookie: what website do we upload to againi for got

Our Hero: uploadafraud.com

Jookie: fuck u boricua

 

"I'm like Smythe, except Good" - Matsuda

 

OCW works best when it’s a melting pot of different ideas and opinions coming together to create some cool ass shit. It’s at its worst when people are only invested in their own/their pals’ content." - Paul Pugh
 

"I'm 5,9" - Ry
 

"I'm sorry if this sounds mean but OCW shouldn't be allowed to vote" - Jake Allen

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jay is a cheater and i hate him

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 15-06, 18:20 Tiberius Dupree make him tap with brownie mix

 

"Booking Wrestling is the most thankless no-win position anyone could ever be in. When things go well it's the talent that makes it work. When they go badly, it's because the Booker doesn't know what he's doing." - Eric Bischoff

 

Jookie: what website do we upload to againi for got

Our Hero: uploadafraud.com

Jookie: fuck u boricua

 

"I'm like Smythe, except Good" - Matsuda

 

OCW works best when it’s a melting pot of different ideas and opinions coming together to create some cool ass shit. It’s at its worst when people are only invested in their own/their pals’ content." - Paul Pugh
 

"I'm 5,9" - Ry
 

"I'm sorry if this sounds mean but OCW shouldn't be allowed to vote" - Jake Allen

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Alright, time to throw out a quick little thoughts thing. I'm really worn out from work and all but I have a few thoughts.

 

The Bermuda Triangle is so far my favorite match on the show. Everything about it was great. Every single person in the match looked strong, even in defeat. The Wrestling Club showed out in a huge way, ESPECIALLY Chris Greene with that New York Drive to El Parca at the tail end of the match. The word 'die' is not in Chris Greene's vocabulary, and I can't wait for him and Dylan to fully break out on their own. I've never seen Aisu's work before this match, but Benchmark really put in a good effort, too, and the champs showed us one last time why they are one of the most dominant units in OCW's long, storied history...

 

And El Parca threw it all away. Not only did he throw it away, but he OBLITERATED it. He went after not only Mark Reese, but his FAMILY. I'm looking forward to seeing Wrex come back and get his comeuppance, but until then, there's a lot of juicy shit, especially considering that if I read that promo right, I don't think Parca's the one who smashed Papa Reese with the chair.

 

Wrex and Bingo's retirements are a one-two punch of bitterness for me. I wasn't here for most of B17's rise, but even being a fresh-faced rook, you got the vibe from the past few shows that B17, even in defeat, was unstoppable. The man just couldn't be conquered. You could maybe pin him, yeah, you could survive the night, but B17 took a piece out of everyone that ever stepped up to him, and now... well, every star burns out. I'm hoping it's temporary, but if this is B17's swan song, then man, what a swan song it was.

 

But Wrex? Man, I love Wrex. I agree with the earlier assessment B posted, that Wrex seemed like more than just some deathmatch jackass once you got into the character. He was, whether he meant to be or not, the voice of the disaffected and disenfranchised, the guys that had to scratch and claw their way up to every opportunity they got, only to fall short or be cheated by the man, or just plain fuck up. I know I've got some unfinished business with the King of Scum Style, so I hope this isn't the end, but if it is, well... I certainly don't blame him.

 

John FUCKING Carter, I LOVE that man. First of all, love the entrance song, and totally not because-no, I won't say anything about that. That match was fantastic from the word go, an excellent passing of the torch from the last generation to the next. I can think of no rookie in our current class short of maybe Danny Watts who puts in the work day in and day out that John has done, and his dedication to his character and shit-heel ways is definitely praiseworthy.

 

Oh, Colin, you sweet summer child, and Danny my boy... I hate to see it, but what a performance from everybody involved in that match. There was absolutely no lack of fight in anyone, but Tre Golden just wanted it that bad.

 

Got my first taste of Mad Morrison, liked what I saw. Not much else to say, it's hard to have an unenjoyable match when Jamie's on the sticks.

 

Similar story with Caine / Black. Got exactly what I expected from those two, and that is most certainly not a bad thing.

 

Women's FI was great, nothing more to say on the matter. The right woman won.

 

Rust got the dub after a little bit of fuckery, but the fuckery wasn't nearly as bad as it could have been, and it was possibly the only mistake of note I saw on the show, so no harm, no foul! And the return of BIG DANE! Was he the guy that attacked Papa Reese backstage?

 

EMP vs Holly and Valk vs Terra BOTH were fantastic, not too long, not too short, and very-well played out from beginning to end. I'm sad to see Valk get popped like that but she'll be back! Probably! Hopefully!

 

Glad to see the boss go over, sad to see Trash Spider not get the recognition he deserved. Rough stuff, man. Maybe one day things'll change, but until then, back in the trash he goes.

 

HATE HATE HATE HATE I HATE KASS HATE HATE HATE. Jokes aside, really shook up what was set up to already be a titanic confrontation, and then got obliterated by two very angry hosses. Quartz crushed it, though. Wondering where he goes from here now that Spider's lost his shot.

 

Overall, all things being equal, this was a great show from top to bottom. Nothing really struck me as bad, everything went really well, and every result went over well and got a pop from the VP and the stream! All the writing was fantastic, and all the video promos were great. I'm really tired and having a time so sorry if i missed anything or sound like I'm rambling, but I'm so, so glad I got here when I got here. This is genuinely the most fun I've had in months. I've never been happier to be part of a community than I have been to be part of OCW. Thank you all for welcoming me into this community and putting on a fantastic show.

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