Originally posted by EddieBurkettThey legitimately think this is how to get Eddie over.
Of course! He's the hottest guy on the roster right now, no puns intended! In the technicallity roll he's still a "HEEL" getting face cheers like Austin did, no one wants to boo him. He's so entertaining the casual fan thinks its great. The SMARKS might beg to differ a bit. Wait this topic was covered in another thred...umm...ok this a side note. Anyways apparently you give the hottest wrestler in the company a truck full of something to get them over every once in while.
Banned Once! The independant thought alarm went off, knew to much about b*tching.
Are they trying to stop ppl buying this ppv? Vince v Steph in Saturday night trailer park match in the never ending McMahonathon is bad enough, but a kaka sukka contest with Show and Eddie. This is stretching the limits of even my poor taste.
I'm looking forward to which relative gets called up next week though. I'm guessing it won't be cousin Domingo who is a rocket scientist.
Warrior Quote: "Presuming initial consensualness, where exactly do we draw the lines of our judgment pinning down the responsibility and accountability inextricably attached to each human life? "
conspiracy theories/Rant 1. Vince McMahon's strategy IS to get the fans (people like us who actually care about it)to stop watching wrestling so he only has to worry about entertaining the audience (the live crowd who, like some people who go to concerts, are there just to be somewhere.) 2. Vince wants to get everyone to stop watching so the company goes bankrupt, affecting everyone except his family, which will live happily ever after off his $1/2 billion in the bank. 3. He is a genius and the most entertaining man on television with a family to match. Some people get it and the rest just don't. I guess I'm one of the rest.To Me it's like someone took 2 puzzles with pieces missing from each one to an art show. then got a bunch of 4 and 12 year olds to try and to make it one finished piece. The 4 year olds are just randomly putting pieces together and generally messing up everything the 12 year olds keep trying to do right. all the while neither the 4 or 12 year olds know that it's 2 puzzles and pices are missing. Then 2 adults come by. One says its obviously a flawed concept to begin with while the other calls it a moden art masterpiece in a constant state of development. Since art is completely objective, who is really right. I am a wrestling fan and really do care about it because when done right, it really entertains me. But like alot of things in life, I have a different opinion of what's "right and entertaining" and what's "wrong and stupid." It just happens that my opinion on good wrestling generally agrees with alot of what's said on this board.But even if by a miracle someone in WWE said "OK , let's get the Wienerboard posters to book the next month," how much real agreement could we get and what would things look like for that month? and what would the affect be on ratings/live attendance? Rant over. I guess I got off topic but seeing as these spoilers set up a literally "craptacular" episode of SD, I just had to vent.
so it is true about big show sleeping in poop on the ring. vice mcmannon is despecble for ideas like this the man is garbage and some one ought to throw him from wrestling. i will never wrestle for the mamannons not in a millions year. becuaase they would want me to do something foolish like that and id tell them off
Next week, Eddie pushes Big Show into a paddling pool filled with sewage. Continuity here folks!
I remember some people disliked the beer truck incident. I know a lot of people hated the milk truck angle. I actually liked them both, but this is reaching into the 'so bad it's entertaining' territory. Actually, that pretty much sums WWE up recently.
Literal shit getting more airtime than good competitors. I think Vince may be getting us after all, and that he's deliberately doing this. Shame that a show with Ultimo Dragon, Paul London and even a brief Spanky appearance sounds this bad.
Speaking of The Rock, no one mentions that this move is where he got the "laying the smack down" catchphrase. That was the name of his floatover DDT, a move he stopped doing once he became a big-time main-eventer.