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The RAW View - Emma Injured, Extreme Rules Predictions and More

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Hello and Welcome To The Basement… and The RAW View…

I’m changing the format of this blog (and its corresponding vlog) to present multiple topics so this may be a tortuous mess.

And so we’ll begin with the news that WWE Super-starlet Emma, ruptured a disc in her back at a recent live event, and this will require surgery. This really sucks as she spent the last year reinventing her persona, from the happy-go-lucky Aussie to the bad girl from the outback as part of a duo with Dana Brooke down on NXT, and the act was being reformed on the main roster. That said, this was acknowledged on RAW when Dana was facing Becky Lynch with questions of how it’s going to affect her career. She and Becky had a fine match where she got the win, but if it was up to me, I’d slot Dana with Dolph as being Kent State Alumni / Showoff tandem, which would freshen Dolph up as a heel while she continues to improve on the live event circuit while getting a Televised match on RAW, SmackDown, Superstars and Main…

Mega Man Legacy Collection - Review

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Hello and Welcome To The Basement...


Back in the 1980s and early 1990s, Nintendo had a slew of classic games that they were publishing, like the Super Mario and the Legend of Zelda series... however not all of the NES's best games came from in-house, perhaps one the most iconic games came from Capcom.... while in Japan he's Rockman... here in the United States he's MEGA Man!

Debuting at 1987 on the Nintendo Entertainment System, the blue bomber has maintained a decent level of popularity nearly 30 years with well over 25 games (throwing all the series), Mega Man has been staple on video game consoles for an entire generation. In fact there has been a Mega Man related game on just about every system that has been released since the 1980s... and this is thanks to the fact that the franchise is not tied to Nintendo.

However, with the 30th anniversary looming, last year, the Mega Man Legacy Collection was released for PC, X-Box One, PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo 3DS, collecting…