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runoncrazy:

damnthatpixie:

Pretty sure he doesn’t care he lost you as a fan.

 CLEARLY people don’t get that he just doesn’t care about his fame or WWE right now. He just wants a normal life….and to have a simple shopping experience in Target. Can he get that? Nope. Sad. 

He’s there because he wants to spend time with and shop with his soon-to-be wife, not get his pic taken by some entitled brat. He’s not there to see you, so you shouldn’t just barge in on his privacy when he clearly doesn’t want to be bothered. This is not CM Punk and AJ Lee at a Meet n’ Greet, this is Phil Brooks and April Mendez trying to have some private time to themselves. Fans are such assholes, sometimes.

runoncrazy:

damnthatpixie:

Pretty sure he doesn’t care he lost you as a fan.

 CLEARLY people don’t get that he just doesn’t care about his fame or WWE right now. He just wants a normal life….and to have a simple shopping experience in Target. Can he get that? Nope. Sad. 

He’s there because he wants to spend time with and shop with his soon-to-be wife, not get his pic taken by some entitled brat. He’s not there to see you, so you shouldn’t just barge in on his privacy when he clearly doesn’t want to be bothered. This is not CM Punk and AJ Lee at a Meet n’ Greet, this is Phil Brooks and April Mendez trying to have some private time to themselves. Fans are such assholes, sometimes.

Looks like they’re going straight through to Paige vs. Tamina at Extreme Rules. And I’m fine with that.

Couple that with that “leaked” RAW script listing AJ as “injured” and her status as “TBD”, it looks like they will be in fact giving AJ a much needed and well deserved break.

I like this for two reasons:

1.) To give Paige time to get herself over on the main stage with a good program with a few girls, and a very nice title reign. I eagerly anticipate her match with Tamina, and if done right and built properly, when AJ does make her return, it will bump up the selling point for an AJ/Paige title match at a PPV.

2.) After a lengthy 2+ year push as the top Diva in the company, combined with a couple of scary injuries, arduous media interviews and appearances, traveling, and not to mention recent stressful tension (possible legit heat with the Total Divas, Beadlegate, and of course Punk’s walkout.) AJ just needs a rest, and the WWE is gonna give her one. 

Not to mention…. she has a wedding to go plan. ;)

Heal up AJ, we’ll be waiting for you. Just don’t get fat on your honeymoon.

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do you know why Vicki is leaving?
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runoncrazy:

Dirtsheets say that she wanted to do business for herself and more outside the WWE. 

I can see that, but a part of me believes that she wants to finish up her college courses, and so WWE is giving her time off to complete her courses. But if she wants to stay home more with her daughters, more power to you, Vickie. I’ll miss her. :(

How to stretch out AJ Lee and Paige’s feud to next year’s WrestleMania.

As we all know now, due to shocking twists and turns, we crowned a new Divas Champion on RAW when Paige, making her on-screen WWE debut, after coming out to congratulate AJ Lee for winning at WrestleMania XXX and continuing her historic title reign, was baited into, and eventually competed in, an impromptu title match. After withstanding the Black Widow and eventually turning it into a PaigeTurner, the 1-2-3 was made, and Paige is the new WWE Divas Champion.

So, what now?

Well, for starters, we have a very pissed off and ego-bruised AJ, who probably just suffered the most humiliating loss of her career. She wants to prove that Paige beating her was a fluke, a mere preposterous win that could never, ever be repeated. AJ is so sure of it , she officially invoked her rematch clause for another match with Paige at Extreme Rules.

Since it’s "Extreme" Rules after all, I wouldn’t mind a stipulation match between the two. And since both use agonizing maneuvers as their finishing holds, why not a Submission match? Black Widow vs. Scorpion Crosslock. After a back and forth match that see both girls put in the effort and then some, lightning does indeed strike twice, Paige beats AJ again at Extreme Rules after making her tap to the crosslock.

AJ, still not willing to admit that she was bested yet again, becomes more agitated, more enraged, and crazier than before. So crazy, she does deplorable acts such as attacking other Divas after their matches, and eventually Paige herself, setting up another match at the June PPV, Payback.

Now, here’s where things get juicy. AJ won the title for the first time at Payback. Payback, like last year, will once again be in Chicago, IL. Chicago, as you all know, is the hometown of AJ’s now-fiancee, CM Punk. Since Chicago loves Punk, and the last time they saw AJ there (RAW, Sept. 2013) they popped for her wild, would the smarky crowd be willing to cheer for the future Mrs. Phil Brooks over another internet darling of theirs, Paige?

On that June 1 night, we get our answer. Fan support is generally split down the middle, as the fans there are completely torn on who to go with. As for the match, lots of drama and lots of storytelling. Paige is throwing everything but the kitchen sink at AJ, but AJ does not, nor does she refuses to, give up. It’s been a part of her nature her whole entire life, and with this seemingly being her last chance to win the title back, AJ is giving it everything she’s got.

After every kickout, Paige is becoming visibly frustrated and irritated, yelling at AJ to “stay down” and “quit”. Being the lifelong underdog that she has been, AJ doesn’t, which further antagonizes Paige. Finally, though, despite all her guts and perseverance, AJ falls to Paige yet again, in relative clean fashion, yet with Paige being more ruthless and aggressive than ever before. After the match is over, AJ is given a moment to stand alone in the ring while the fans cheer and clap for her, appreciating her will and the determination she showed in a losing effort. AJ, actually looking a bit remorseful and not conceited, accepts the fans praise, which in turn makes them cheer louder for her.

The next night on RAW, AJ comes out to speak. She openly admits that Paige has gotten the better of her time and time again, and that it’s finally time to admit who the better woman is. With this in mind, she calls Paige out to the ring. After giving Paige her props and acknowledging that she (Paige) has gotten the best of her time and time again, AJ tells Paige that “it’s your time, now”, and shakes her hand.

As AJ is about to leave the ring, she is stopped when Paige refuses to let go of her hand. With a perplexed look on her face, AJ questions why. She gets her answer when she turns around, and gets blasted in the face with a big Superkick from Tamina, at last cementing her turning on AJ. At first, Paige seems upset and shocked by what she has seen… at least, that’s what we think.

After giving Tamina the proper look, they both decide to attack and beat down AJ, double teaming and dismantling her all over the ring. It gets serious, and rather gruesome, when Paige has AJ all but knocked out in the middle of the ring, and turns AJ on her stomach so that she’s face down. After getting a chair from ringside, she places it over the back of AJ’s head, and after instructing Tamina to go to the top of the turnbuckle, she holds AJ down more as the daughter of the Superfly delivers the famous splash, crushing AJ’s skull underneath the chair.

With the crowd in shock, Paige and Tamina leave the ring, both wearing smug looks on their faces while AJ still lies fallen in the ring. After the EMTs attend to her, AJ is carried out of the ring via stretcher, and is taken out of the arena via Ambulance.

Now, the tables have officially turned. AJ has by all accounts, due to her performance at Payback and being on the receiving end of a brutal attack, is now a babyface again, while Paige is now the despicable heel, with AJ’s own (now former) bodyguard at her side. (Talk about a cruel twist of fate.)

Finally free of AJ, Paige uses this moment and opportunity to officially begin her own dominance over the Divas Division, with Tamina well in tow.

As for AJ, the on-screen attack gives WWE a chance to write her off TV for a while and give a much needed and well deserved break, in which she can rest her body and mind, heal up any injuries that could be bothering her, and of course get married to CM Punk.

After several months and early into 2015, Paige is still champion, turning back challenger after challenger in convincing fashion, the way AJ did before her, and with Tamina at her side it’s almost like a repeat of the previous reign. To even take this further even more, you can have Paige break AJ’s own record for longest title reign. After yet another title defense, probably at Royal Rumble, Paige has a segment on RAW where she proclaims her spot not only as the best Divas Champion in history, but the best Diva in history, period.

Once that is said, “Light It Up” blares through the arena, and to everyone’s surprise, AJ is back, exuberating her refreshed radiance as she skips down to the ring. After getting in the ring, AJ grabs a mic and steps up to Paige. After a brief moment of not saying anything, AJ does her signature Crazy Chick smile, before smashing the microphone over Paige’s head, releasing months of fueled up hate and anger all at once as she starts assaulting the pale brit. She even manages to outsmart Tamina, and escapes the ring with relatively no harm. Make no mistake about it, AJ Lee is back.

No matter how you book it (Divas tournament, Battle Royal, whatever the case may be), eventually, AJ does indeed end up as the #1 contender to Paige’s title. And the match itself will take place at WrestleMania 31.

In the build up, so much can be brought and built upon: AJ looking finally achieve her redemption, yet while still looking at supreme odds (Paige, who has always beaten her; Tamina, who turned on her, and the fact that both Paige and Tamina almost tried to end her career).

AJ will be cutting dynamite promos in this build up on how she wants to not only win, but show Paige the real meaning of being a true champion, showcasing the fire and passion that she has had for the business ever since she was a little girl, garnering more and more of the crowd’s support. Another sign that this is a new AJ, she at last owns up to her past transgressions and acts against the divas in the past, saying that she caught a huge ego trip, and is now a changed person.

Paige dismisses AJ all the way, displaying the same cocky confidence that the New Jersey native herself once showed off, claiming and stating that AJ has never beaten her, and she never will.

Right before WrestleMania, after AJ beats Tamina in a long-awaited grudge match, Paige attacks her from behind, eventually leading to her delivering a PaigeTurner to AJ, while also on a chair so that AJ’s head hits it, bringing up shades of last year’s attack.

Despite it all, AJ is still able to walk into WrestleMania in San Fran, and challenge Paige for the Divas title. As fun and surprising it would be to book a fluke finish (just like how this whole thing started), it would probably be more richly satisfying to see AJ and Paige put on yet another clinic, showing the whole world that Divas matches are no longer the destination for piss breaks anymore. After a grueling battle with both girls giving it their all, and some timely miscommunication between Paige and Tamina, AJ sees the open opportunity and grabs ahold of it, trapping Paige in the Black Widow.

With all her effort and straining, AJ holds on to that submission hold as if her life depended on it. After fighting with everything she has, Paige can no longer stand the pain and pressure, and at last, taps out to give AJ the win, and her second title reign as Divas Champion.

For Paige, it’s a bitter end to one of the more remarkable runs in Diva history; for AJ, it’s the culmination of an arduous journey: losing her coveted Championship in shocking fashion, failing to regain it time and time again, betrayed by her last friend in Tamina, being savagely beaten and nearly having her life’s dream being ended, to at last coming back, staying strong, and on the grandest stage of them, show everyone that she is indeed what she stated on that April night in 2014 right before all of this craziness started:

The Best Diva in the World.



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OMG MISS VICKI IS LEAVING NOOO I LOVED HER!!

gonewithdawindfab:

love-bites-i-just-bite-harder:

gonewithdawindfab:

….And not ONE Excuse Me! shirt was made in her tenor. 

Someone said it!
I needed a Vickie shirt dammit

And sweatpants

And coffee mug

to hell with that! She was MRS. VICKIE GUERRERO. Where are HER Ice Cream Bars? 

We couldn’t have even gotten a Vickie wig? Or maybe one of those tiny hidden mics or big megaphone that plays her cackle. That would have been a GREAT toy for Halloween!