Just so you know that started with October 5, 2019 Ohio Valley Wrestling results, we need to move this to October 1, 2019 and then continue the rest of them from that. Another promotion that switched their air dates. - Wagnike2 (talk) 13:55, October 2, 2019 (UTC)
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ECW Hardcore TV images
Just wanted to let you know that the images in the first 6 episodes of ECW Hardcore TV contain a lot of the same images that are repeated in multiple shows.
For example this is the same image found in the following shows:
- April 12, 1993 ECW Hardcore TV results contains this image:
- April 19, 1993 ECW Hardcore TV results contains this image:
- May 4, 1993 ECW Hardcore TV results contains this image:
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idea for new episode template criterion
Template:2011_Infobox_Wrestling_episode includes a site= field
I can see for example at March 6, 2020 Smackdown results it displays as "event reference".
CageMatch applies the overall numbering (how many episodes of each TV program) but I was wondering if we could add something about season / season-respective numbering.
For example see this image I have added here which shows how the recent SmackDown displays on my PVR. It is described as "Season 22, Episode 10". I think each year is considered a season because there were 5 fridays in January and 4 fridays in February, so the 1st of March would be the 10th.
Do you think we could maybe add a season= and episode= field to the template to reflect that data, since site= reflects the overall numbering from CageMatch? talk2ty 16:42, March 8, 2020 (UTC)
2nd Danny Davis
I am looking to go back and remedy a situation from back in 2012 according to your suggestion.
Galaxian One was deleted. I would like to discuss the real name to which to redirect it.
Galaxian 1 you can see was actually just created September 2019 by Gobokong:
It appears the mistake I made (while not nonsense/gibberish as labelled) was to create an article on someone without having the research capabilities to uncover who was likely under the mask.
That was largely because at the time, I considered "The Score" hosts to be experts and they only expressed uncertain theories as the Galaxians' identities. Other sources have subsequently expressed more confidence about those identities.
Previously I had quoted from "The Score" TV show blog:
- I believe Galaxian One was Danny Davis under that mask. Not the famous, dastardly referee Danny Davis either. The other Danny Davis, who went on to help operate WWE’s developmental territory for a time, and was responsible for the training of future Superstars like The Bashams, Eugene and Rob Conway.
Do you think we should possibly move these with their Dangerous/Nightmare adjectives and turn Danny Davis into a disambiguation page?
Burile seems to originate from https://www.wrestlingdata.com/index.php?befehl=bios&wrestler=1275 while Daniel Briley also redirects there.
If Burile was his real surname then do you know how we could find out in what context Briley was used? Like a stage name? Or perhaps it was the other way around and Briley was the real surname and Burile was a stage name?
Another possibility is that neither was a stage name and one was just a mispelling of the other? talk2ty 15:46, March 11, 2020 (UTC)
The Undertaker/Event history
Wrestler Event history
M and M
Hey hey, ho ho, Miz and Morrison!
I went to search for their tag team's article and it took me a few seconds to figure out it was at John Morrison and The Miz...
I can't really remember the last time they were introduced that way. I'm proposing perhaps a move to the new order and shortened moniker they've been using regularly? Tycio (talk) 01:56, May 31, 2020 (UTC)
Can not update my juan jeremy page
Greetings I have been in contact w administrator name Yury who sAid I should contact you regarding moving the protective rights to my page. I was trying to add content and videos and pictures. Sadly I kept getting error messages. Please help or is it possible you have an email so I can send you it via email then you can do it on your end.
NXT moving To Tuesdays made official by WWE:
List of WWE Pay Per View Events
This page is severely outdated so could you consider unprotecting it so we can edit it and bring it up to date or maybe an admin can update it?
Thank you so much for the assistance!