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Old 04-02-2012, 08:58 AM   #1
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Default Undertaker wins wrestlemania!

I watched our great Meredith neighbor Triple H in Miami last night battle it out in the best match I've ever seen, hell in a cell with the Undertaker. We'll be lucky to see him walking around town by the 4th of July. I can't believe the pain they inflicted on each other. I thought it was Triple H's time to end the streak. The way they all helped each other out of the ring and off the stage was pure class. Brought tears to my eyes. Dollar for dollar seeing it live was the best money I've ever spent on a sporting event.
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Old 04-02-2012, 09:04 AM   #2
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What the heck are you talking about?
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Old 04-02-2012, 09:11 AM   #3
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What the heck are you talking about?
LOL

How often does "Triple H" or Paul Levesque actually come to the lake? I've driven by his house once. It's behind gates and not easy to see from the road.

I worked off duty at a Smackdown before. I got to go down to where they hang out before matches. They all stand around chit chatting before show time. I stood next to the Undertaker in the hang out room. He is gigantic!
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http://www.wwe.com/shows/wrestlemani...taker-triple-h

One of the contenders has a house in Meredith.
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Old 04-02-2012, 09:58 AM   #5
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I watched our great Meredith neighbor Triple H in Miami last night battle it out in the best match I've ever seen, hell in a cell with the Undertaker. We'll be lucky to see him walking around town by the 4th of July. I can't believe the pain they inflicted on each other. I thought it was Triple H's time to end the streak. The way they all helped each other out of the ring and off the stage was pure class. Brought tears to my eyes. Dollar for dollar seeing it live was the best money I've ever spent on a sporting event.
ITS AL RIGGED !!!!!!!!!!!!! ITS ENTERTAINMENT, THEY ARE ACTORS!!!!! How many people can hit over the head several times with a steel folding chair and still get back up and fight.
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ITS AL RIGGED !!!!!!!!!!!!! ITS ENTERTAINMENT, THEY ARE ACTORS!!!!! How many people can hit over the head several times with a steel folding chair and still get back up and fight.
WOW. THANK YOU FOR STATING THE OBVIOUS IN CAPS. It helps make your point. If you knew anything about this entertainment industry you would know these athletes are in fact subject to injuries, concussions, and operations. These guys do more interacting with their fans, more make-a-wish events, more trips to see our troops overseas than any other sporting industry with their over paid pompous pre-madonnas combined together! By the way, the steel chair was real and the shots both Triple H and Undertaker delivered to each other the other night would send any of us to the emergency room!
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No offense meant, but how old are you?
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When I was a kid, 12-13 years old I used to love watching wrestling. I soon figured they were fake. It was a big disappointment for a young kid. We have way too many fake things in our lives that we have to deal with.

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WOW. THANK YOU FOR STATING THE OBVIOUS IN CAPS. It helps make your point. If you knew anything about this entertainment industry you would know these athletes are in fact subject to injuries, concussions, and operations. These guys do more interacting with their fans, more make-a-wish events, more trips to see our troops overseas than any other sporting industry with their over paid pompous pre-madonnas combined together! By the way, the steel chair was real and the shots both Triple H and Undertaker delivered to each other the other night would send any of us to the emergency room!
I thought it was a great match and enjoyed the whole show.... Plus I didn't know HHH had a house in the area. Just another reason he is my favorite... #KINGOFKINGS
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Old 04-03-2012, 02:24 AM   #11
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.....don't ya know it......drove past his place last week.....and the big guy, HHH, was out on the lawn raking leaves and stuffing them into a square trash can......just doing the yardwork which never seems to end ......like most everybody else......around these here parts...... raking leaves.........uuggghhh.......how's 'bout that!
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ITS AL RIGGED !!!!!!!!!!!!! ITS ENTERTAINMENT, THEY ARE ACTORS!!!!! How many people can hit over the head several times with a steel folding chair and still get back up and fight.
And what does this have to do with the lake?
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And what does this have to do with the lake?

The same thing that half of your posts have to do with the lake......Nothing

The relevance to the lake was originally made in the initial post about HHH owning a place on the lake.
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I thought he lived in my town of Bedford NH.
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Sure, it's rigged but you still have to admire the strength and endurance and commitment that these guys have. My husband (32 years old, SFC US Army) loves the Undertaker and we all watched Wrestlemania. He's loved it since he was a kid. I thought some of the comments on this thread were a little harsh. It clearly has ties to the lake. I'm glad that the OP got to see the show live...I hope we get to see one before the Undertaker hangs up his giant boots for good!
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Sure, it's rigged but you still have to admire the strength and endurance and commitment that these guys have. My husband (32 years old, SFC US Army) loves the Undertaker and we all watched Wrestlemania. He's loved it since he was a kid. I thought some of the comments on this thread were a little harsh. It clearly has ties to the lake. I'm glad that the OP got to see the show live...I hope we get to see one before the Undertaker hangs up his giant boots for good!
Youuuuuu Knowww it! That might make your husband laugh! Thank you. It is all in fun. I am having fun along with my kids and it is purely a different type of entertainment, just like this forum is to a lot of people. Anything that takes your mind away from the everyday grind of work and life in general is healthy. They truly are some of the best athletes in the world and their bodies take a beating several times a week. From what I've heard Triple H has been gracious in the community and kind when he's been out in public, posing for pictures, etc.
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It's sorta like taking kids to a museum.
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Old 04-03-2012, 02:49 PM   #18
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It's sorta like taking kids to a museum.
See, I think that's snarky. It might not be your cup of tea, but I don't see the need to be condescending.
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I didn't mean to be condescending, just snarky.
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Do "General Discussion" topics have to be "Lakes Region" topics? Not meant to be snarky lol, I love that word! Really, I thought the post was a little "out there", but atleast it's in a General Discussion forum. I was under the impression we could discuss other topics here other than of course politics, religion etc?
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Old 04-03-2012, 09:39 PM   #21
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Snarky, Smarmy, ........, .........., ......., ...
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He has a place at the lake??? Didn't know that is he ever seen walking around the area???
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