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History will be made at NXT TakeOver: Orlando on April 1 when two undefeated competitors collide for the NXT Women’s Championship, as Asuka defends her title against Ember Moon.

Since her arrival in NXT in October 2015, Asuka has been an unstoppable force. The Empress of Tomorrow has bulldozed over the competition with ease, stunning the NXT Universe last April at TakeOver: Dallas when she made Bayley pass out in the Asuka Lock to capture the championship. After winning a rematch against Bayley in Brooklyn last August, Asuka has been begging for competition, and she has stood victorious whether she was facing the returning Mickie James or three of NXT’s top female Superstars at the same time.

Ember Moon has been on a similar path as The Empress of Tomorrow since her NXT debut last August. With a stoic, intimidating demeanor, The War Goddess has steamrolled everyone in her path. Moon earned her championship opportunity after impressing NXT General Manager William Regal with an emphatic victory over Billie Kay on the March 8 edition of NXT. After learning of her impending showdown with Asuka, Moon declared that NXT will enter a new phase on April 1. Though Asuka can be incredibly dominant when the bell rings, Moon has a secret weapon: The devastating Eclipse. No Superstar has gotten up from the brutal maneuver. Kay was left motionless in the ring for several minutes after falling to Moon, and NXT commentator Nigel McGuinness has noted that he’s seen several trainees leave the WWE Performance Center on stretchers after taking The War Goddess’ signature move. If Moon can connect with the Eclipse on Asuka, she may make good on her promise.

Who will suffer their first loss inside an NXT ring? Who will leave with the NXT Women’s Championship? Find out at NXT TakeOver: Orlando, live Saturday, April 1 at 8 ET/5 PT, only on the award-winning WWE Network!

when ppl say we shouldn’t judge yg bc he literally sabotaged his own wife’s group so they wouldn’t get popular and he could marry her bc ‘it’s just a rumor’ and ‘he must be doing something right’ 

i mean ok let’s ignore how he forced lee hi to lose weight at 16 even though she was perfectly normal sized for her age and could have waited a year or more til she was more adjusted and what not to get to that point

let’s talk about how he literally said cl was ugly for YEARS and to this day even though cl loves makeup we haven’t seen her bare face in god knows how long 

let’s talk about how during 2ne1′s hiatus bc of bom’s ‘scandal’ he could have given minzy a solo bc during come back home promos she literally showed she still had a+ dance skills, her singing got stronger and she could even rap pretty well 

while we’re at it let’s talk about how he literally didn’t do anything for bom but didn’t big bang get off the hook pretty damn easy after gd’s weed scandal and daesung had that unfortunate accident and were back on tv w/ the new album in about a year?

let’s talk about how chanhyuk said he begged yg to give his lil sister a solo bc he’s enlisting in the army and doesn’t want her to be sitting around

let’s talk about how originally when he was planning the new girl group he said, ‘i dont really care about talent i just want them to be pretty’ and it was almost four years before we saw blackpink debut

Please fire me. We recently hired a new general manager, who tends to over-explain very simple things. Today, regrettably, I asked him to double check a tax exemption profile I filled out, as it was federal and I’m more accustomed to state. The thirty minute seminar ended with him explaining how to use a stapler remover.

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I think, if you pretend to be something long enough, it ain’t pretendin’.

- BUDDY NIX STEPPING DOWN AS BILLS G.M. - The Buffalo Bills have announced, via the teams’ official website, that Buddy Nix is stepping down from his general manager position, but will remain with the team in a new role as special assistant…

The Bills have not announced who will replace Nix. But according to several reports, the team has spent much of the offseason grooming assistant GM Doug Whaley to take over.

Nix, 73, just completed his third season as the Bills general manager. (Photo: USA Today Sports)

Very Important Message to ARMY

Your life is not a fan fiction. BTS isn’t going to fall in love with you when you show up at the airport. I understand you all want to tell them you love them but remember actions speak louder than words. Show them you love them by respecting their privacy and personal space.

anonymous asked:

The general manager of my location has been cutting hours like crazy because last year he didn't get his bonus for coming in under budget, and now all the employees are suffering for it, including managers. We have plenty of employees but the managers aren't allowed to schedule them because it's too much payroll, leaving everyone who IS scheduled screwed over because we're always understaffed. The dude is a prick and I can't wait until he gets moved to a new location.

Let’s say that you’re lucky enough to get to the second stage of your career, that as a result of your perseverance, your connections, and/or your wonderful auditions, you have joined a band or landed a small role on a television show. Now you need to take it one stage further. So what do you do? Easy: Date a celebrity.

Pardon me for being cynical, but I believe that many celebrity couples are complete PR illusions. Sometimes relationships between stars are genuine, but just as often they are skillful ways of getting a relative unknown into the spotlight. When you’re an aspiring celebrity and you pair off with another aspiring celebrity, you don’t just double or triple your exposure. Rather, you multiply it by a factor of ten or twenty.


People in the media are fascinated, and always have been, by the idea that famous or even semifamous people are shagging each other.
You may think I’m joking, but I’m completely serious. Entertainment careers are all about momentum and coverage, and relationships are an important part of that. And remember, celebrity relationships don’t even have to be normal. Take Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley…

—  Simon Cowell, I don’t mean to be rude, but… (2003)
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humans.. whatever