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    Default Re: Tyler Black finally the babyface that everyone booked him as?

    I don't see how Seth is supposed to come across as likable here. So basically he's pissed that he was having HHH help him & screw others over to benefit him & now HHH has chosen new guys he likes better then Seth & Seth can't benefit from HHH anymore. Yea, he just comes across as whiny that HHH likes Owens & Joe more now, none of that makes Seth a sympathetic figure. I can't feel sorry for Seth that HHH decided he's done with him & found a new toy

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    Default Re: Tyler Black finally the babyface that everyone booked him as?

    Quote Originally Posted by nath45 View Post
    I was a casual observer of ROH at the time, and I remember this being a big deal.

    Jimmy Jacobs was one of those guys I was sure would be a bigger deal.
    Quote Originally Posted by Engel View Post
    Yeah I am really bummed that Jimmy is not in the cruiserweight division. But he is backstage, which I guess is where he is needed more. But feel wrestling lost a great character.
    In another era, he might have had a place as a manager. In truth though, the WWE indy/cruiser/NXT revolution probably came about 10 years too late for him.

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