Firestorm Pro Hype Video

Firestorm Pro Hype Video

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March 20th, 2011, 5:59 pm #1

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March 20th, 2011, 10:22 pm #2

that actually was a really good video
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March 20th, 2011, 10:31 pm #3

polished turd
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March 20th, 2011, 10:58 pm #4

They were the cornerstones of the company for its entire existence how come they are not heavily featured in the video
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March 20th, 2011, 11:47 pm #5

Um....I wouldn't expect Rowe to be in the new Firestorm considering he's not in the area anymore.
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March 21st, 2011, 3:39 am #6

They were the cornerstones of the company for its entire existence how come they are not heavily featured in the video
Last time I checked I believe that they're "burning yesterday to the ground in an effort to create a better tomorrow." They don't need a 13 year vet with his huge ego trying to control booking to make himself the highlight and main event of the company.

Need proof that Firestorm doesn't need J-Rocc? Look at the company after he won the King of Cleveland. If he was really a cornerstone then the company would never have gone on hiatus in September because they would have been able to move him in the main picture (which they did) and still continue to stay on top in the Cleveland Indy market.

As good of a wrestler as J-Rocc is, nobody wants to see him go out there and talk on the mic about how great he is then lose to a guy that weighs 130 soaking wet. This isn't 2003 anymore. Get off the board and put away you boots. It's time to pass the torch already and let someone else take the spot light and run with it.
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March 21st, 2011, 4:21 am #7

Ray Rowe was on a recent IWC event and will be making multiple appearances

Saying Firestorm was on top of the Cleveland indy market is laughable with PWO,CAPW,AIW all in the same market Firestorm was dead last which is why they went out of business until recently it will be nearly a year by May 7th

Jrocc is a great talent and was the glue that held the promotion together for so long,Jc has no respect for people especially veterans like Ray and Jrocc
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March 21st, 2011, 5:09 pm #8

Last time I checked I believe that they're "burning yesterday to the ground in an effort to create a better tomorrow." They don't need a 13 year vet with his huge ego trying to control booking to make himself the highlight and main event of the company.

Need proof that Firestorm doesn't need J-Rocc? Look at the company after he won the King of Cleveland. If he was really a cornerstone then the company would never have gone on hiatus in September because they would have been able to move him in the main picture (which they did) and still continue to stay on top in the Cleveland Indy market.

As good of a wrestler as J-Rocc is, nobody wants to see him go out there and talk on the mic about how great he is then lose to a guy that weighs 130 soaking wet. This isn't 2003 anymore. Get off the board and put away you boots. It's time to pass the torch already and let someone else take the spot light and run with it.
what a bunch of morons, whomever is part of the new firestorm, wow

first it was aiws fault?
then the icp?
then jt lightning?
then jake the snake?
then hutters fault for leaving jc with everything built around him?
then the trainess werent helping give away enough free tickets?
then it was clevelands fault for not supporting such a great product?
then it was wrestlings fault because no one will pay to watch wrestling?
then it was mortys fault for leaving?
then starless was a quitter and ruined everything?
then it was aftermaths fault because he couldnt get over when he wasnt wrestling j-rocc even though he was booked like a jobber?
then it was waylons fault for not bringing enough mushroomhead fans to see him wrestle?
then it was iwcs fault because they keep stealing all jcs great ideas?
then it was lou marconis fault for taking his belts when jc disrespected him?
then it was pwos fault for running against him and making guys choose a better promotion?
then it was the phantasys fault for wanting to get paid for what they were owed?
then it was ray rowes fault for taking all jcs fans and leaving everyone high and dry?
then it was j-roccs fault for the company going out of business when jc said he had better things to do than wrestling?
then it was jc's faul... oh wait, its not ever his fault

all that was put together simply by reading back over the last 3 years of firestorm/aiw posts, lol look for yourself
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March 21st, 2011, 5:19 pm #9

Wow sounds like someone has zero time on their hands.... Wrestling history according to a message board.
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March 21st, 2011, 5:43 pm #10

That list is dead on Jc is always trying to blame everyone except himself the product was a failure from jump street and has gone on listing excuse after excuse. Just think the promotion launched in 2007 and here we are in 2011 and the excuses are more memorable than anything the company has produced. With out Jrocc I'd be shocked if the first show even happened he was the only wrestling mind in the entire promotion.
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