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    Can one of you guys give me a fiction play by play of the Caldwell/Slater match(if it happens). I feel like laughing. Anticipation is getting the best of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asicswrg85 View Post
    yea i check this website like 10 times a day and i swear to god that nothing ever changes!!!
    if you are checking back ten times per day and only have 14 posts you might be part of the problem...have some original thoughts and start some threads Asics...(edit) please...most of us look around as well and if we see something new posted will certainly comment...some people (like me) will even comment if we know nothing about the subject right Jensens?
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  3. #21

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    be nice gofer Ilurked for about a year before I started posting anywhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by accboy View Post
    Can one of you guys give me a fiction play by play of the Caldwell/Slater match(if it happens). I feel like laughing. Anticipation is getting the best of me.
    I think Caldwell would take out AC Slater pretty easily.

    Dustin Schlatter on the other hand would be a different matter.
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    not true...have you seen some of the vintage AC Slater video from SBTB?

    his stance is nothing short of superior, every time he shoots it leads to a pin and in most matches he is wrestling someone who is heavier than him by 50 lbs and manages to make them look extremely weak.

    no one takes AC Slater except maybe Chuck Norris or Adrian "All Day" Peterson.
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    AC Slater has mullet power. There is no counter to mullet power.

    You do the math..... I'll do the alfredo!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

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    I don't know, Slater kinda got pwned on SBTB: The College Years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ISU2008 View Post
    AC Slater has mullet power. There is no counter to mullet power.

    hmmm... the score on there says Caldwell 8, Slater 3. If Slater is supposed to have won that bout, you should probably photoshop Kessel's head onto the ref. (JK).

    I think part of the reason why the boards have been slow the last few days is that Homerdindon scared people away with the 2guys1headgear.com comment on the photoshop thread. Good job, Homer.

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    I think its because everyone here is an old fart and goes to bed early :P

    and caldwell was up on lang 8-3 and then got pinned hence the score

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