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: Oh, real nice! He can't win fair and square. So he screws his way into a victory! Tazz
: Hey, look. There's nothing wrong with him doing whatever it takes to win the match. If it was that bad, the ref would DQ him, right?
: I don't know how the ref missed that one. He's either got something in his eye, or something in this pocket. Get it? Joey Styles
: Well, my eyesight's 20/20, partner. Apparently we can't say the same about the referee's eyesight.
: Holy cow! He just stole this guy's finisher! That takes some guts!
: Who does Mr. Kennedy think he is? Tazz
: He's a winner, plain and simple. That;s why you have such a hard time figuring him out. You'll never be a winner like him. Joey Styles
: That's fine by me. I'd rather be a completely different kind of winner, thank you very much.
: When Taz broke his neck in Florida, he finished his match. And he just kept on saying "Damn, my neck is... my neck his hurt." I walked him into the hospital. And... we just, you know, we would always travel together and... they asked him "How'd you get in here?" He's like "I walked." And, uh... they're like "There's no way you walked in here." He was like "Yeah, I did. I walked in here." And they're like "Well, sir, you have a broken neck." Taz
: I was out for, actually, about nine months. And Paul paid me every single week of our agreement in my guarantee. I didn't have no contract with the man. I had a handshake with the guy. And he stuck to that, and I will never, ever forget that.
: When Paul Heyman came into ECW, Todd Gordon was the owner of ECW. At the time, it was called Eastern Championship Wrestling. And Eddie Gilbert was the booker there, uh... matchmaker. Paul Heyman
: Todd and Eddie had a bad falling out. And Todd turned to me because I was Eddie's closest confidante, and said "What do I do here?". And he had a big show coming up, at the bingo hall, which was dubbed the ECW Arena. I thought that the business, the industry, the presentation needed to change in the same way music had changed. Because music was all about Poison and Mötley Crüe and Winger and all these hair bands, and then along came Nirvana and *BAM*! The whole industry changed. So in the same way, I thought wrestling needed to change, in that wrestling had become the equivalent of hair bands, and we needed wrestling's version of Nirvana to come along and just shake everything up. And Todd gave me his blessing. "Come on in, take over the show, and do what you have to do."
: I used to call our locker room and our guys the land of the misfit toys. 'Cause we were the wrestlers that the other promotions didn't want.
: Man, you talk about an American icon. You talk about a real American hero. You just don't get any better than the man right here, Kurt Angle. Michael Coulthard
: Angle certainly represented his country well in the 1996 Olympic Games where he won his gold medal. But ever since then, I think his accomplishments have gone to his head. Tazz
: What? How can you say that, Cole? That's practically... That's more or less un-American. I hope the Department of Homeland Security ain't watching this. Michael Coulthard
: Oh, come on Tazz. You know exactly what I'm talking about. It seems the more Angle accomplishes, and he's accomplished a lot, the more of a jerk he becomes! Tazz
: I don't even want to have this conversation with you, Cole. If you can't respect an All-American hero like Kurt Angle, I can't respect you. Of course, you know, I kinda never respected you to begin with. But you know what, That's besides the point.
: I wonder how JBL's gonna try to cheat his way to victory here tonight, Tazz. Tazz
: You're out of line, Cole. And you probably don't wanna... slander a guy who has as much lawyers as JBL does. Michael Coulthard
: It's not slander if it's true, Tazz. And if JBL wants to make an issue of it, I'm sure I can come up with a lot of evidence to support what I said.
: If your Randy Orton what must be going through your mind? Tazz
: In my mind if I was Orton I'd be wondering what the hell am I doing standing in this cell looking at the man who may send me straight to hell!
: [the Undertaker is on top of the Cell
] Undertaker surveying his damage. Tazz
: And there is a lot of it Bob Orton Randy Orton referees.
: [after the Torrie Wilson/Rikishi-Dawn Marie/Matt Hardy match, Torrie is looking for her father Al and follows a trail of clothes until she finds a shower. She opens the curtain to find him fully clothed with Dawn who is naked and her butt is briefly shown on camera
] Hi Torrie.
[Torrie is shocked and runs off
] I knew it! That old horny S.O.B.
[Cut back to the shower to see Dawn standing behind Al
: [about Chris Masters
] I don't give a rat's ass about this guy!
: [as Undertaker tombstones Mark Henry
] This is over 400lbs. Tazz
: [while Undertaker rolls Henry in the coffin
] Who says Mark Henry is the Worlds Strongest Man?