Did anyone else find that the second hour of RAW was really heavy on the sports entertainment and light on the wrestling? I was convinced something big was going to go down at the end. If Vince's cryptic comments have something to do with Hall/Nash/Hogan, I think it would be best if they dragged it out over a long time, making us think that every night and every segment could be the one where Vince's shocker happens. Though I would gather the WWF would probably rather just go for the shock value and get them out there as soon as possible. Things are allready pretty clutered as it is though, with the addition of 4 more wrestlers at the rumble, there isn't much room for anyone as it stands. While I don't find the idea of splitting the wwf into two seperate promotions, it seems like it's going to have to happen given the amount of talent the wwf has under contract. Maybe Vince was hinting towards the split, and not the nWo. Or maybe he's just going to take himself off TV. Now THAT would be shocking.
Where was Christian during the Edge backstage tribute? Logically, he should have been at the top of the Gorilla position, or wherever they were, instead of Ziggler. Very touching, to see the heels and faces embrace him after the speech.