Would be awesome if the Unified Cruiserweight/North American Championship was rebranded as the NXT National Openweight Championship. A great way of giving NXT a new more streamlined division very similar to TNA’s X Division. WALTER is going to be on TV again and that’s all that matters. I Don’t Chase Boys I Pin Them Wrestling afro black girl T-ShirtRoyal Rumble appearance for the big man? Walter calling MSK “ihr Lappen!” was the closest NXT ever came to a satisfying payoff within the 2.0 era and genuinely, unironically popped me.
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Too bad the single good part about that promo was lost on everybody but the two freaks who watch this garbage I Don’t Chase Boys I Pin Them Wrestling afro black girl T-Shirt via pirate stream and are actual native speakers in German. Tangentially related: It constantly fucks me up how they represent Europeans on these shows (How they treat Asian talent might actually be the subject of a future class-action lawsuit, I mean, fuck…). Axel Dieter Jr. talks in German, Fabian Aichner talks in Italian, and both seem to mutually understand each other, which is probable in Aichners case (I suppose he’s from South Tyrol, where people at least speak both Italian and German fluently),
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but completely unfeasible in Barthels case (Who’s from a small town north of Hamburg, where the most intimate contact with Italians comes through the form of frozen pizza cartons). Walter pronounces Aichners first name as “Faybee-anne”, which no German-speaking human would ever, ever do (They would naturally pronounce it “Fuh-bee-uhn”). Which means that someone who doesn’t speak German corrects their German-language, scripted promos. Which is, I know I am beating a dead horse at this point but it needs to be said, I Don’t Chase Boys I Pin Them Wrestling afro black girl T-Shirt insane. They do other stuff like this, too. Like Barthel calling the Tag Team Championship “Tag Team Championship” in his otherwise completely German-language promos, which is one of these many