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My 30 Day Challenge - Why You Like Wrestling
By Super Chrisss
Oct 30, 2012 - 10:39:21 AM










My 30 Day Challenge






1. Day 26 - Dream Match

2. Day 27 - A Wrestler You'd Like To See More Of + Hell In A Cell Predictions

3. Day 28 - Favourite Rivalry

4. Day 29 - Favourite Wrestling Related Image + HIAC Thoughts

5. Day 30 - Why You Like Wrestling






1. Day 26





If you remember Hustle and/or Crow's 30 Day Challenges, they tackled this topic the way any normal person would. They took two or more wrestlers (active, retired, deceased), imagined they were in their prime, and gave them a stage to do battle on. Well, I like to do things a bit differently. I'm going to pick a match that not only could happen, but has happened before - many times, actually. Confused? Allow me.


In one corner, you have the current WWE Champion - or former, doesn't really matter - and The Best in the World, CM Punk. Opposite the ring, you have the man who some people would argue is the 'real' Best in the World, and THE Tag Team Champions, Daniel Bryan. Who's the face and who's the heel? Again, it doesn't really matter. Punk could have ran over Bryan's dog on live television, yet still get cheered by the fans. Bryan could have slept with several of Punk's former girlfriends in one night - Lita, Beth Phoenix, Maria - and he might get the cheers instead. Quite frankly, when the two lock up, the fans will support who they want, and nothing WWE can do will change that.



Hold on a minute, Chrisss. Whatchu' talking about? Punk and Bryan have wrestled many times in the past - in the indies, ROH, and even WWE earlier this year. So how can you consider a future rematch between the two a "dream bout?"



Simple. I'm proposing something a bit bigger than any other Punk vs. Bryan match. I'm talking about giving them all the time in the world to go out and do their thing where the whole world can see. Not in front of 600 people in a school gymnasium. Not in the co-main-event of a throw-away Pay-Per-View. I want to see them go at it on the grandest stage of them all and wrestle a match that will never, ever be forgotten.




Folks, my must-see dream match is none other than CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan in a 60-Minute IronMan Match for the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania.




Like I said, it's a match that has happened before (minus the WWE Championship being on the line and the Wrestlemania landscape) and considering how both men's careers have skyrocketed in recent years, it's a match that COULD happen. Probably not at Wrestlemania 29 since The Rock and Brock Lesnar will be there, but I don't see any reason this match could not happen at either WM30 or WM31 (unless we get Punk vs. Austin or one of them gets injured *knock on wood*). There's only been one IronMan match in Wrestlemania history, and that was sixteen years ago. If you ask me, WWE is long overdue one, and what better two superstars to do war than Bryan and Punk?


Although I would love to see it happen, I'm also a realist. I know there's only a small chance of it ever happening, but there's nothing wrong with holding out hope, is there? I think if given the opportunity, Bryan and Punk could have the best match in Wrestlemania history.


Please WWE, make it happen. I would sit through months of Sheamus feuding with Del Rio, Big Show, and Great Khali with a commentary team of Jerry Lawler and Eve Torres at ringside if you give me that one match under those exact conditions. Well, maybe not, but think about how epic the match would be, Vince! Won't you at least think about it???



Anyways, I'm done. What's YOUR dream match?






2. Day 27






It's really to hard to pick only one name for today's topic. I could go with a sentimental favourite like Zack Ryder who has been criminally misused for the majority of 2012. I could choose a phenomenal athlete like Tyson Kidd who showed flashes of brilliance this past summer. Looking at the TNA roster, I could select a veteran like Kid Kash who still has a lot to offer inside the ring, but is sitting on the sidelines more than he should be. I would even like to see the lovely Sarita every now and then, or at least that lovely backside of hers.


After careful deliberation, I'm going to stick in TNA territory and go with a man who has been with the company for quite some time now. He's been saddled with one gimmick after another, ranging from goofy to serious to simply idiotic, yet he always manages to make it work. He can make the fans love him with great ease, or he could turn them against him with minimal effort. Some people say he's the 'Santino of TBA', but I disagree. He's way more entertaining, more versatile on the mic, and from what I've seen, better in the ring. The wrestler I'd like to see more of is one-half of the TNA Knockout Tag Team Champions,







Eric Young




If you ask me, EY should be used for a lot more than comic relief. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy his 'stupid act' - the funny outfits, grappling with the referees, ignoring rules, etc. - but I know he's capable of more than comic relief. He's proved in the past as the leader of World Elite that he can not only lead a heel stable, but is worthy of a push to the top of the card. His voice is rather unique which is a good thing as it separates him from other wrestlers, and it helps him stand out. If it was up to me, I would have EY turn heel by dumping ODB, forfeiting the Knockouts tag titles (and hopefully destroying them in the process), and going back to being a 'serious' wrestler. With Bully Ray playing a tweener and Daniels occupied in the tag team title hunt, TNA is in dire need of some top heels. With some solid booking, I could see EY put in that position.


I'm a big fan of Eric Young, not just because he's a fellow Canadian, but because he's talented and fun to watch. I know he's been away filming episodes for his show on Animal Planet, but if his schedule is open, I hope TNA can use him better. I'd like to see EY rewarded for his years of loyalty with a singles push in the near future.



That's a wrestler I would certainly love to see more of. Who would you like to see more of - wait, don't answer that just yet. First, let me quickly give you my Hell in a Cell predictions:









Kofi Kingston (c.) vs. The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship



I'll say one thing about Sunday's card - although the show has received some solid build-up, it seems like a rather predictable Pay-Per-View (other than the WWE Championship match), which isn't surprising considering it's another "throw-away PPV". Hopefully I'm wrong and we get some surprises, but I don't see it happening during Kofi vs. The Miz. If these guys get close to enough time as they did on Main Event last week, they could easily steal the show. Sadly, they probably won't, but this should still be a good match, one way or another. Oh, and the chances of Miz regaining the title equal that to R-Truth main-eventing Survivor Series two years in a row. Sorry, bro.


Winner, and STILL Intercontinental Champion: Kofi Kingston



Eve Torres (c.) vs. Kaitlyn vs. Layla for the WWE Divas Championship



After weeks of build-up and mystery, this match was finally made official by Booker T last night on SmackDown. Unfortunately, not a single **** was given because a) none of them are over; b) the fans miss Beth Phoenix already; and c) it's the divas, what do you expect? It's been a while since WWE put the ladies in a triple threat, so there's that, but not much else. Since Eve recently won the title, I guess that means she's winning, but I really don't care.


Winner, and STILL Divas Champion: Eve Torres



Team Hell No (c.) vs. Team Rhodes Scholars for the WWE Tag Team Championship



We live in a day and age where the tag team title bout is one of the better hyped matches on a PPV card. While that's not really a bad thing, it kind of makes you worry about the top-billed matches, doesn't it? Anyways, this is the second (and only other) toughest match to predict. On one hand, it's too premature to take the belts off Kane & Bryan - who continue to be one/two of the best things going on WWE television - especially since they're not even two months into their title reign. On the other hands, Rhodes & Sandow have been booked extremely strongly as of late, and I hate seeing tournament winners lose their championship match. In most likelihood, the losers of Sunday's match will most likely split up, as both WWE's midcard and main-event is in need of some fresh blood, but I can't imagine either unit separating this early. I'm picking Team Hell No to retain and continue the resurrection of the tag team division, with this hopefully being the start of the feud with The Rhodes Scholars, not the end.


Winners, and STILL Tag Team Champions: Team Hell No



Sheamus (c.) vs. The Big Show for the World Heavyweight Championship



I haven't cared about Sheamus since Wrestlemania, I stopped giving a **** about Big Show after his "shocking" heel turn, I don't care about this feud, and I'm not interested in their match on Sunday. The only redeeming quality would have been it taking place inside Hell in a Cell, but apparently it's not, so forget that. Sheamus wins, but hopefully it will be time to "show the world", if you know what I mean. Will this be a good match? I'd say decent at best, but let's pray Dolph Ziggler does cash-in and we don't have to see a rematch at Survivor Series.


Winner, and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Sheamus


But a few minutes later...


Winner, and NEW World Heavyweight Champion: Dolph Ziggler


Ziggler better not lose if he cashes in, that's all I'm saying.



Randy Orton vs. Alberto Del Rio



Yayyy, another feud I don't care about. However, I am looking forward to this match because each man's 'questionable' personalities, they know how to deliver between the ropes, especially on PPV. Their styles mesh extremely well together, and I think this has the potential to be one of the best matches on the show, even a potential MOTY candidate if given the right amount of time. I'm a bit [pleasantly] surprised that Wade Barrett got a win over The Viper last night on SmackDown, which hopefully means a main-event push for the Englishman soon enough and a victory for Orton tomorrow night. Let's just hope they don't plan on continuing the Barrett/Orton feud from earlier this year. So yeah, expect a good match from Del Rio and Orton, but in the end, The Apex Predator will emerge victorious.


Winner: Randy Orton



CM Punk (c.) vs. Ryback for the WWE Championship inside Hell In A Cell



This is easily the most intriguing match on the entire card. Not quality-wise, as this could be a five-minute train-wreck or a fifteen-minute masterpiece, but from a storyline perspective, you can't help but wonder what's going to happen. Like Chris Jericho said, this is WWE's perfect opportunity to create a new star in Ryback by having him win the world title in his first singles main-event PPV match and keeping the streak alive at the same time. However, it might be too early to pull the trigger on Ryback and rather than creating a new main-eventer, Ryback could flop, with Punk's title reign being sacrificed for nothing. They can't have a DQ or a count-out thanks to the cell, and there's no way they'll repeat the finish of Night of Champions by having a double-pin. One way or another, WWE is kind of screwed, and it's their own fault. Anything can happen, and as much as I like Ryback, I can't see them putting the title on him with Survivor Series, Royal Rumble, and Wrestlemania all around the corner. The streak ends, Ryback is assaulted, or someone interferes - no matter what, Punk leaves with the title and the epic reign continues.


Winner, and STILL WWE Champion: CM Punk





3. Day 28




Throughout the years, I've had the privilege of seeing some of professional wrestling's greatest rivalries unfold before my eyes. I'm sure a lot of my older readers might choose either Ric Flair vs. Sting, Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels, The Rock vs. Stone Cold, Vince McMahon vs. Stone Cold, or Edge & Christian vs. The Dudley Boyz vs. The Hardy Boyz. Unfortunately, all those feuds were before my time, so I'm going to go with a more recent one, which happened to feature two of the greatest performers of all-time.


Before I reveal my selection, I think I should give a shout-out to some of the better rivalries of the past ten years:



-I've always been a sucker for GM Warfare, and Eric Bischoff vs. Stephanie McMahon was a great example why. They had some great segments together and brand loyalty couldn't have meant more back then.

-I know I talked about it earlier in the month, but Christian vs. Chris Jericho was a fantastic rivalry, which not only furthered their WWE careers, but even got Trish Stratus and Lita more over as the undisputed faces of the women's division.

-Randy Orton vs. Mick Foley wasn't a length feud, but they made the most of the little time they got. Not only did Foley put Orton over as a future mega-star, but their match at Backlash 2004 remains one of my favourite matches of all-time.

-John Cena vs. Edge was definitely an amazing feud. Not only did their feud last for nearly a year, but they produced some epic matches and it was this rivalry that propelled Edge into a firm, main-event status.

-The second "Summer of Punk" in WWE was so great, it's hard to believe the current WWE Champion found a way to top it the last few years. That's not taking anything away from CM Punk vs. Jeff Hardy, which saw each man put on some of his best work both inside and outside the ring, and it was this feud that prepared Punk to 'take over' the company a few years later.

-To this day, I can't believe I'm saying this, but Mark Henry vs. The Big Show was simply an excellent feud. Henry excelled as a heel monster and Show played the babyface giant to a tee, all the while wrestling one surprisingly good match after another. They've both had lengthy careers, but 2011 saw these two show something nobody thought they were capable of.

-Finally, there is no way I can leave out CM Punk vs. John Cena. It's a rivalry that started over a year ago, and continues to this day. Everything they've locked up has been a four-star minimum effort and Punk has been put over as Cena's equal, something that has not been done since Cena's feud with Orton. As of this writing, I cannot tell you when this feud will end - we'll have to wait and find out.



At the end of the day, there is one feud that stands above the rest. As I mentioned earlier, it involved two of the greatest entertainers and wrestlers to ever step foot inside a WWE ring. It started with a heel turn reminiscent of Shawn Michaels throwing his long-time friend Marty Jannetty through a barbershop window, lasted several months consisting of one fantastic match after one another, and concluded with a battle over the world heavyweight championship. Both of these men were already future Hall-of-Famers before they began their feud, but by the time they went their separate ways, they had added another chapter in their storied careers. If you haven't already guessed, my favourite rivalry of all-time has to be







Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels




If you want to be all technical about it, these two feuded twice - once in 2003 and again in 2008. While I did enjoy both of those rivalries, I'm picking the more recent one, mainly because it saw them go at it when Jericho's character was at it's peak and Michaels' in-ring work was arguably at it's best. For those who don't remember, it all started with Jericho turning heel by 'injuring' HBK's eye as punishment for Michaels 'cheating' to win his match with Batista at Backlash, and Michaels defeating Jericho at Judgment Day. The feud really got momentum at that year's SummerSlam when Jericho "accidentally" struck Michaels' wife Rebecca, which resulted in their feud continuing until October, with a ladder match at No Mercy for Jericho's newly won world title.


Not only was the promo work golden, but it gave us some epic matches throughout 2008, including:


-Jericho vs. Michaels at Judgment Day (3.75/5 stars)
-Jericho vs. Michaels at The Great American Bash (4/5 stars)
-Jericho vs. Michaels in an Unsanctioned Match at Unforgiven (4.5/5 stars)
-Jericho vs. Michaels in a Ladder Match at No Mercy (4.75/5 stars)


As you can see, not only did they wrestle great-to-excellent matches, but in my opinion, each encounter was better than the one before. I believe PWI named Jericho vs. Michaels the feud of the year for 2008, and it's hard to disagree with them. It was a feud that started over jealousy and integrity and ended with a match for one of the greatest prizes in the business. Simply an amazing, unforgettable feud.



How about you? What do you consider the greatest rivalry of all-time?





4. Day 29





Before we get on with the challenge, it seems like everyone wants to talk about last night's Pay-Per-View, Hell in a Cell. I think my broski Mazza did a hell of a job reviewing the event, but I'll throw in 'my two centsss from hell' since today's topic is extremely short.


-The Pay-Per-View started off strong with Alberto Del Rio vs. Randy Orton. In my predictions column, I stated these two had the potential to steal the show, and have one of the better matches of the year. While they did not meet those expectations, they did put on a match that even their harsher critics enjoyed. The awesome RKO made up for the awkward mid-match botch and set the tone for the first hour of the show. Rating: 3.25/5 stars


-Next up was our first title match of the evening in Team Hell No vs. Team Rhodes Scholars for the Tag Team Championship. This match received a lot of hype beforehand and I was pleased to see it get so much time. Both teams looked rather strong and I thought the DQ finish with Kane going ape-shit was clever, as it keeps the feud going until at least Survivor Series. Another solid match. Rating: 3/5 stars


-The return match from Main Event, Kofi Kingston vs. The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship wasn't as good as their twenty-minute long battle, but it was still a good match. Like Maz mentioned, there was no real suspense over who would win, but for two guys who have faced off so many times in the past, they still had some cool tricks up their sleeves. Hopefully this feud is over and each man move on, although I doubt it. Rating: 3/5 stars


-Antonio Cesaro vs. Justin Gabriel for the United States Championship in the first of two "bonus" matches is where the PPV started going downhill. I'm a fan of both guys, but they really didn't seem to click last night. To make matters worse, the terrible Atlanta crowd (who I'll address a bit later) cared so little they actually started a "We Want Ryder" chant - not necessarily a bad thing, unless you're Cesaro or Gabriel. This match was a perfect example of what's wrong with WWE's midcard division - the U.S. Champion isn't really feuding with anyone, he's having random matches, and he has very few challengers. But I digress. Rating: 2/5 stars


-If there were members of the audience who still gave a **** about the show, they certainly gave up during Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara vs. The PrimeTime Players. On one hand, I'm glad to see the tag team division continue to be featured in the spotlight, but on the other, this match went on way too long, and the wrong team won. Mysterio is at the point of his career where he could lose every match and still be a credible threat to any title, so why does he have to keep on winning most of his matches? Young & O'Neil needed the win a lot more, and Cara almost killing himself (again) was the only bright spot in this match. Rating: 2.25/5 stars


-Ugh, Big Show vs. Sheamus for the World Heavyweight Championship, what can I say? The first 2/3 of this match was the cure for insomnia, but the final few minutes were excellent. I agree that Sheamus kicking out of the WMD was stupid booking, but it added to the suspense. I never imagined Show would win the title, and if he did, Ziggler would cash in MitB afterwards to save us from a Big Show title reign. Unfortunately, The Show-Off was nowhere to be seen, and just the sight of Big Show as world champion is enough to make me hate this match even more. Rating: 2.5/5 stars


-Eve Torres vs. Kaitlyn vs. Layla for the Divas Championship was better than I expected, one of the better divas matches of the year. It's too bad Eve botched the finish by missing her moonsault by like a mile - I just hope Sin Cara isn't training wrestlers how to fly now. Eve won, and I assume this feud will continue, since there's no other divas on the current roster, apparently. Rating: 2.25/5 stars


-I'm probably going to surprise a lot of you when I say this, but I really enjoyed CM Punk vs. Ryback for the WWE Championship. I know a lot of people were disappointed that Brock Lesnar or Steve Austin didn't show up, but come on, were you really expecting WWE to fly one of them in for a PPV they figured would receive a crappy buyrate anyways? I thought they found a creative way to keep the title on Punk, keep Ryback looking like a monster, and most importantly, create a new star. From what I saw last night, Ryback does not need the streak to make it in the WWE. The fans came alive during the post-match beatdown and I really liked how Ryback manhandled both the crooked ref and the WWE Champion. The in-ring action was fine, but I thought WWE made the right move by not putting the title on Ryback so soon and ending the streak in a decent way.


One last thing about Hell in a Cell. Yes, the card was below average, but I think the crowd is partly responsible for the show dragging on the way it did. Atlanta killed Wrestlemania 27, and they helped kill HIAC. I've seen people defend the crowd, saying it was WWE's fault for producing a bad show (both at Mania and last night). While that is true, who pays at least $50 to attend a show and be quiet, or text on your cell phone all night? ECW's December to Dismember PPV is regarded as the worst PPV in history, but at least the crowd wasn't shy about voicing their opinion (I still LOL at "We Want A Refund"). The only times the crowd reacted last night were during Orton's entrance, Bryan's "No" routine, the "We Want Ryder Chant", a "Let's Go Sheamus" chant, and during and after the main-event. During a three-hour show, the crowd was only audible on a handful of occasions. That's really sad. My two suggestions for WWE are: keep television tapings and PPVs FAR away from Atlanta for the time being and PLEASE improve your product. Crowds like the one last night have no business being allowed on television.


My final rating for Hell in a Cell: D+. A below-average PPV with no "great" match that felt more like a build-up to RAW tonight or Survivor Series than something you pay $45 minimum to watch. And once again, **** the crowd. Like, seriously.


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But wait! There's more! I still have a challenge to get through! I know some people say a picture is worth a thousand words, but my favourite wrestling related image pretty much speaks for itself:







It was a toss-up between the sign from ECW One Night Stand and the one from Money in the Bank 2011 where Chicago promised to riot if Punk lost, but in the end, I had to give it to the ECW fans. The crowd at the Hammerstein Ballroom was hostile all night long, and if Cena had retained his WWE Championship against Rob van Dam, there's a good chance the fans would have rioted (in some fashion) that night. Ever since that PPV went down, I always associate anti-Cena signs with that infamous one. Like they say, John Cena evokes the strongest emotions from wrestling fans.



How about you? Did you enjoy Hell in a Cell? What's your favourite wrestling related image (after Benoit and Eddie celebrating at the conclusion of Wrestlemania 20)?





5. Day 30





Well, the 30 Day Challenge officially ends today, but before I go out with a bang, I just want to mention last night's RAW real quick.


I thought RAW was a really good show. I don't know why so many people are complaining, as I got everything I wanted. Plenty of wrestling, and by that I mean several lengthy matches, not a dozen squash matches. We also received the announcement of a fantastic Survivor Series main-event in Team Foley vs. Team Punk. I know some people are disappointed Brock Lesnar isn't in the match, but big deal? Look at all the young guys that are there instead - Kofi Kingston, The Miz, Team Rhodes Scholars, Ryback. Best of all, no John Cena, which not only makes the match more appealing, but it looks like we'll be getting Cena vs. Ziggler one-on-one, which I am dying to see on Pay-Per-View.


To recap: for the first time in a many, many years, the WWE Championship won't be defended at Survivor Series, but rather the champion will lead his team in a five-on-five main-event that doesn't involve John Cena, and people STILL aren't happy? Fine, whatever. I'm perfectly content with a card consisting of Team Foley vs. Team Punk, Big Show vs. Sheamus, Cena vs. Ziggler, and possibly one (or even two) other five-on-five elimination matches. After all, I can't see them leaving the likes of Rey Mysterio, Wade Barrett, Antonio Cesaro, etc. off Survivor Series, especially with a booming tag division. Last night, we got some nice build to the PPV mixed with a lot of wrestling, so what's not to like? I'm sorry if the thought of Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H II has clouded your judgment. I'll keep hoping for shows similar to last night's RAW.




Anywho, onto the challenge! As I mentioned yesterday, I don't have a long, storybook answer to explain why I like wrestling so much. Quite honestly, it's the only sport - and yes, I consider wrestling a sport - that I really follow. Maybe it's because of the lack of a father figure in my life, but I never got into hockey, football, or soccer. Sure, I'll watch the game if I ever go to a bar or sports lounge with my friends, but to sit down by myself at home and willingly watch a NHL or NFL game? No thank you. I can find a dozen more interesting things to watch, either a movie, Dexter, The Walking Dead, How I Met Your Mother, old Pokemon episodes, or wrestling, of course. That's not to say I hate non-wrestling sports. I just don't enjoy them as much as I enjoy wrestling, mainly because there's no story involved. I do respect the athletes and their fans, except for the CFL. Canadian football is a joke, and will remain that way until they change the rules and join the NFL. But I digress...


Wrestling is great because it's always on. Many fans get annoyed when WWE constantly plug RAW as the "longest running show in cable history". Sure, it's an irritating tagline, but they have a right to brag. No other show produces new content every single week, and has continued to do so for nearly twenty years. I love Dexter and How I Met Your Mother, but it sucks having to wait for new episodes during the 'off-months'. Even worse, there's a good chance both of those shows will be off the air by 2018. I'm not a fortune-teller, but I see no reason why RAW won't still be on five-six years from now - just hopefully not three-hours long.


I always get annoyed when people put down wrestling by calling it fake. I ask them, "What's your point? Movies are fake, but you watch one every week. That doesn't take the fun out of it, so why does wrestling being pre-determined make it any less enjoyable?" Another reason I'm proud of being a wrestling fan is because it lets me be different. If you ever met me, you'd agree that I'm a pretty unique person, and it's always fun to converse about a topic like wrestling which many people know very little about it. it doesn't happen too often these days, but if I ever see a guy walking around Montreal with a wrestling shirt, I'll probably stop and have a conversation with him. Just like that, I've made a new friend. It's easy to go up to someone and ask them if they watch hockey, but us wrestling fans are scarce and tend to stick together.


Lastly, I like wrestling because it's entertaining. If I was bored with what I saw, I would simply watch wrestling. Sure, wrestling has seen it's highs and lows over the years (2012 being a perfect example of that) but I'm yet to be truly bored by the content or frustrated with the storylines. Until that happens, or I get older and become too preoccupied with my family, I'll keep on tuning in. I probably won't be writing wrestling columns until I'm 30, so I'm going to make the most of this gig while I can. I've been doing this for over three years and believe me when I say it's almost as fun writing and analyzing wrestling as it is watching it.




With that, I lay to rest the 30 Day Challenge. It was difficult at times to post something every day for the past four weeks, as I was also contending with real-life, so I appreciate those of you who took the time to read and respond. Unless my schedule frees up or I find myself with nothing better to do, I'm going to take a mini-vacation from writing columns and recharge my batteries. I don't know when I'll be back, but it will be before 21 days are up. So until then, take care and thank you again for reading.





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