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It is a big relief to me to see that even some of the AEW faithful have not given up on their dream of a return to the top-tier of wrestling.
But I do find it saddening that AEW has no intention of giving back the original four times, the belts they wrestled for in the past. Instead the AEW has only had a couple of them returned to them that are “only” part of the original four. That is a very disappointing state for the AEW.
It’s just like last year when we started discussing how we had only gotten to the second time the original four belts (the first time being 2004’s King of the Ring, which was only the fourth time the AEW ever had a match on Raw or Smackdown), which is why we went on to discuss how we had only gotten to the third time the original four belts with no real conclusion to the argument.
Since then, AEW’s only really had two returned belts: Raw Tag Team Championship in October 2014 and NWA World Women’s Championship in July 2015. But even the two returned belts only came during the second half of 2015, after AEW had gone quiet for a couple of months. By no stretch of the imagination can we say AEW has given back the original four belts.
As far as I’m aware (I might be wrong on this), the original four belts did not ever return as part of AEW in WWE, which leads me to believe that the AEW has not actually given back the original four belts. But I really wonder if AEW has given back all of the original belts and if that is indeed the case.
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Belair vs. Banks : The first black women’s match to headline a WrestleMania main event.
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On August 5, 2005, the first WrestleMania main event and first black women’s match aired on pay per views. It featured two black women, Kelly and Evelyn Banks (the Briscoes), in a fatal-fall tag team match, for a chance to be the first black women to headline WrestleMania on Main Event.
The match was made possible because of Maryse Briscoe, her daughter, Evelyn Banks, the daughter of the match’s referee, Tommasie Williams, and, by that act, the first black women to headline WrestleMania at that site in an all-white main event.
The match was originally scheduled for August 14, but the match was postponed the next day due to Hurricane Katrina, which severely damaged the Atlantic coast of the US. The match took advantage of the storm and was postponed until November 2, 2005. The Briscoes made their first appearance on the March 6, 2006 episode of the reality television series That’s Incredible. The Briscoes left the show at the end of the season, to return in the second season.
When the Briscoes did not appear on That’s Incredible, they had been reported to be the two black women who would headline the next WrestleMania main event. However, the Briscoes’ daughter Evelyn Banks had not appeared on That’s Incredible. Kelly and Evelyn had not been contacted by the Briscoes when they left that show. The Briscoes had not been contacted by the Briscoes when they had been scheduled to headline on the WrestleMania main event.
The Briscoes have since appeared on That’s Incredible, where they were interviewed, and the Briscoes have both appeared on WWE’s weekly reality television series, House Party.
On Ring Rust Radio – Rampage.
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This is our monthly show where we talk about things that are cool, or that have happened in Ring Rust’s history.
This month we talk about the new Ring Rust! That has been going on for a while, and it’s cool to have a new game to talk about. But the new Ring Rust is not the only game that is going to be in the future! So this weekly show won’t be any different from what you’re used to, but it’ll have a different focus. We’ll still be talking about the upcoming Ring of Fire changes! We’ll still be talking about the changes we’ve been talking about for a while. For example, we’ll be talking about the changes to our game engine. We’ll still be talking about the game development process.
We already talked about some changes to our game. We’ve talked about how to set your own goals as a player. You can now set your own goals for what happens in the game, and whether you want to be level-locked. We’ve talked about how to make the game so that it never has to reset after you play a level. We’ve talked about why we haven’t added a single player mode yet. We’ve talked about how to make more progress with the game engine. We’ve talked about how the game would evolve over time.
The new game has something called “Ring of Fire”. It’s something we talked about in our last podcast. It’s not entirely new, and our old games did not have Ring of Fire anywhere. The new game will have Ring of Fire, but it will be different from our previous games.
The first thing we talked about, and that I’m sure that has also been talked about here on the forums, is how the game will change over time. We will have a variety of different kinds of game play. We think that this will make Ring of Fire interesting, because it will be different than the previous games and the ones that followed in our history.
Tips of the Day in Programming
The Paging Through Memory (PTM) design pattern is a great paradigm to use when you’re programming memory-based, shared-memory systems with high-end processors. It’s a pretty easy paradigm to use, and it allows for a clear separation between the storage you provide and the shared-memory implementation.
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