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PTVP Talks WWE RAW 3/17/14 – “More Of The Same…”

The PTVP crew, Gil, Jeff, and Thomas all get together to discuss and review the 3/17/2014 episode of WWE Monday Night RAW. Was it good or was it the same ol’ same ol’ stuff? Check it out and see.

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WWE Slam City

PTVP Talks WWE Slam City

The PTVP crew, Gil, Jeff, and Thomas all get together to discuss and speculate about WWE’s newest animated series titled WWE Slam City. Let us know your ideas for Slam City down in the comments!

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WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 PTVP Podcast

Pastime Viewpoints has gotten together for WWE PPV Elimination Chamber for another opinionated Podcast discussion. Jeff joins Zell this time to talk WWE action, or rather, lack of. We talk WWE World Heavyweight Championship, PPV matches, and thoughts on the foreseeable future towards Mania. Make sure to like, favorite, subscribe, and join us at Pastime Viewpoints with the links below:

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Big Daddy V

Big Daddy V/Nelson Frazier Jr. Passes Away

Hey guys. I have been informed by a reliable source that Big Daddy V, also known to as by Viscera and Mabel, has passed away recently. It was reported to Pastime Viewpoints Wrestling at:


This is indeed terribly sad news for the wrestling community as a whole.  Nelson Frazier Jr. was Big Daddy V’s real name and competed in WWE wrestling for over a period of near 15 years. Always a superstar whom had a massive frame, Nelson captivated audiences with his athleticism and overall power. He was a former King of the Ring winner, Hardcore Champion and Tag Champion. He was 43 as of yesterday.

He will be sorely missed.




Wrestling Pastimes with Aussies Ep 1 – Rumbles and Royales



Hey peeps. The Aussies of Pastime Viewpoints have gotten together to talk nostalgia in wrestling today. The topic of interest was the Royal Rumble moments and Battle Royales of the past and potential future. Make sure to leave a like if you want some more Aussie entertainment.

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Why I Will Never Watch WWE Ever Again



Hello to all my peeps out there. This is it. I have officially given up watching or endorsing any WWE show or product from now on. There are multiple reasons for this. One of them being last night’s Royal Rumble. Also before criticism is thrown, I will do good on my word and will NEVER watch WWE again. Period. But before I go, I want a little time to bury the WWE half as much as they bury the true talent they have.

One of 5283 reasons why WWE sucks, is that the guys that earn their spot get pissed on, whilst the undeserving fellows get pushed to the moon. HHH is an over achieving skank that made his way through the ranks by burying the best guys WWE ever had in Stone Cold, The Rock, Mankind, and Chris Jericho. Mind you this was only the beginning. Now he virtually is in full throttle of this company and his shovel is working harder than ever. Look at WWE’s top card. You can count the top card on one hand, even if you lost a finger or thumb you can still count it. John Cena and Randy Orton are always there. There is minor shuffling done when part timers want a run as champion aka The Rock and Batista, however that about sums it up. The mid card has always been an area that you want to have a cult following to build up to the top card. Yet the mid card in WWE sucks because they are inconsistantly not shown, nor promoted. Whereas the McMahons and HHH are f****** everywhere. EVERYWHERE!!

Yes the IWC loves guys like Daniel Bryan and CM Punk. There are however so many guys with the world of talent never getting shown on mainstream TV. Heath Slater, Drew McIntyre, Wade Barrett, Zack Ryder, Kofi Kingston, Camacho, JTG, Alex Riley, Tyson Kidd, Justin Gabriel etc, are never given time of day to shine. Whether it be politics or not, WWE’s variety in regards to star power is low. Then when we look towards the future… Oh god shall I go there? There are no future prospects (maybe Reigns if they care enough) to look towards to. Every time a star is being pushed, their jets get cooled by the higher ups and they go nowhere. Who remembers Miz? Dolph Ziggler? Zack Ryder? They all had forgettable title reigns as a result of stupidity. Stupid!! WWE couldn’t write their way out of misery if they tried. It is all because they want a select few to ever have the chance of comparing themselves to HHH and his huge ego.

Then we talk about the two fellows I mentioned previously in Bryan and Punk. 2 of the most gifted guys to ever wrestle in WWE. One had a phenomenal title reign lasting forever and a half, whilst the other had a title reign that lasted 2 minutes. WWE writing at its finest. Bryan did something WWE could never expect though. Bryan got a cult following that to this day may be only surpassed by Stone Cold and the “What?” era. Bryan is the best wrestler, he is the most over guy, and he is the only highlight in a pool of s*** that I used to watch every week. Hell, he made Cena watchable. How had is that to do? Now he gets ignored by WWE and told to take it in non keyfabe. The crowd is starting to wake up to this nonsense. When the crowd wants something, you give it to them. Simple stuff really. Easily put, Daniel Bryan will never be champion again in WWE. He is not Batista. I sure hope Punk leaves WWE. Then hopefully more people can turn off.

Now we talk Royal Rumble. What a crock of s***. A PPV opened well by a tag bout in a dark show (yes on the f****** kickoff), and Bryan and Wyatt stealing the show at the beginning. Let me repeat, stealing the show at the beginning. How do you compare? Randy Orton Vs Cena round 4378234 bored everyone. EVERYONE. No one wants to see this. Big Show and Lesnar was a farce. This was followed by the most boring ever Royal Rumble match where there were no spots, no big surprises, and the PPV reeked of Triple H’s ego. Seriously, there was Nash, Batista, Flair, Michaels, Road Dogg and Billy Gunn at the PPV. It is the clique with power. McMahon did this to himself the old fool. The crowd made watching this PPV bearable. There hate towards WWE’s s*** put a smile on my face. Chanting we want Divas during a World title match is gold. Thank you Pittsburgh and hope you had a safe night home. In saying that, this was the last straw.



WWE has failed this city

After 21 years of watching great highlights and matches, after 2 years of calling Raw with reviews, and after a lifetime of wrestling, I say it is over. There is no future for a guy like me who wants to watch quality wrestling without the excess shit within WWE. I have turned to ROH, TNA and NJPW for wrestling without the BS now. WWE has gone a new direction, one which I do not want to travel. I sincerely hope the WWE network fails, WWE goes bankrupt, and the legacy that is ever so slowly dying can survive a little longer. Gone are the days where legends were made and heroes born. Now it is the era of the business. And this business is one that sucks. F*** you HHH and Vince, you lost a fan because of your egos.



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