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365Flicks does the ‘Cincinnati Comic Expo’

So its been over a fortnight since Chris and myself got back from Cinci and although we shared our experiences on episode #90 of the 365 podcast, I also wanted to do a cheeky little write up for the website…

First off we have said it about a hundred times but we can’t thank Matt and Andrew enough for having us over to the Expo and looking after us leading up to the event. Also to the History of Bad Ideas lads who made us feel so at home, as if we have known them for about 20 years instead of the actual 2 and a bit. Meeting them face to face was honestly something i thought would never happen. Special shout out to Jeffrey Nau for being our chauffeur.

Okay then lets get into this… First off, the travelling there was actually not too bad, we didn’t have movies on the
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Alison Brie Sweaty & 'Starstruck' Meeting the Real 'Glow' Wrestlers

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[[tmz:video id="0_yjzpb2dz"]] Alison Brie finally came face-to-face with the badasses who inspired her hit pro-wrestling show, "Glow" ... and she was "So starstruck!" Also sweaty. It all went down at WWE No Mercy this past weekend ... when Alison and her co-stars hit up Staples Center to take in the #1 wrestling biz in person. Before the show, Brie and co. met up with the real-life Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling backstage ... and you can tell the actresses had Mad respect for the OGs.
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WWE No Mercy 2017 Review

Liam Hoofe Reviews WWE No Mercy 2017…

WWE No Mercy boasted arguably the best card the company has put together this year. With two mega-matches sitting at the top of the card and every title being defended, the show had a lot to live up on Sunday night, but did it deliver? Let’s take a look at each match and see what worked and what didn’t.

Pre Show: Elias Defeated Apollo Crews

The last few pre-show matches have had some sort of title on the line and have therefore been worth watching. This one wasn’t. Both Elias and Apollo are talented guys but the company clearly has no idea what to do with them, so chucking them in a random pre-show match is as good as it’s going to get for both men at the moment.

The match itself was a standard match that wouldn’t look
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WWE No Mercy: Ten Best Matches in the Event’s History

Liam Hoofe takes a look back at some of the best matches in the history of the WWE No Mercy event…

Outside of the big four PPVs, there are very few events that have been as consistent over the years as WWE No Mercy. The event, which is for the first time, a Raw-exclusive pay-per-view has a fine history of excellent matches and this year’s event, especially with its two huge main event matches, looks set to follow in that tradition.

John Cena and Roman Reigns will meet for the first time ever this Sunday, as will Braun Strowman and Brock Lesnar as they do battle for the WWE Universal Championship. The two matches have a lot of competition, though, if they wanted to make the list of No Mercy’s greatest match of all time.

Let’s take a look back at some the best encounters to have
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WWE No Mercy 2001: 5 Awesome Things And 5 That Sucked

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The 2001 edition of WWE (WWF at the time) No Mercy took place on October 21, 2001 in St. Louis, Missouri. It was the second WWE PPV that followed the horrific September 11, 2001 incident that surprised America and the rest of the world. They did their best to provide wrestling fans with entertaining storylines while also continuing the WCW/Ecw invasion angle.

It was a show that was historic because of one of the two major title matches. Chris Jericho challenged The Rock for the WCW World Title in a matchup that was the biggest match of Jericho’s career at the time and had people watching intently to see if he could win a major title for the first time.

The main event featured Steve Austin back in the heel role as the WWE Champion that had won the title back from Kurt Angle, who beat Austin for it at the Unforgiven PPV one month earlier.
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