#1 Posted on 25.2.02 1754.21 Reposted on: 25.2.09 1755.55
So is Chuck Palumbo really that much better than Sean O'hare? They came in to the WWF together as WCW tag champions, and now O'hare has been sent down to wherever he is, and Palumbo is a WWF tag team champion. So what gives? I don't remember Palumbo being so much better. In fact, all I remember is everyone raving about O'hare, while being kinda 'eh' on Palumbo. I don't think that O'hare even had that many matches while in the WWF, did he?
#2 Posted on 25.2.02 1907.00 Reposted on: 25.2.09 1929.01
Personally I thought both Palumbo and Jindrak were both better than O'Haire when they were in WCW. But then again I thought out of all the Thrillers that Sanders was the best and he's yet to be on WWF tv.
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#3 Posted on 25.2.02 2248.06 Reposted on: 25.2.09 2259.06
JR says that O'Haire, and a lot of other guys, need to work on their "ring psychology" and "timing". I don't wanna be cynical, but looking at some of the guys who are wrestling every week, you kinda have to wonder if everyone is being held to the same standard.
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#4 Posted on 26.2.02 0144.16 Reposted on: 26.2.09 0159.10
Ofcourse you could consider that as a compliment.. That they actually expect guys like O'haire to be big players at one point and they want to polish them before throwing them out there.
I like the direction Chuck has now, he gets his time albeit in a funny routine. Yet he is Billy's sidekick. If they let O'Haire develop his own character in OVW he might not have been wwf tag champ but he will have better skills and stuff..
#6 Posted on 26.2.02 1005.28 Reposted on: 26.2.09 1005.32
First thing I thought of when I saw Chucky's new 'do last night was "He's O'Haire now with bleached hair". They both have that longer spikey hair thing going now. It looked like Harvard Chris did too (if that was him sitting behind the King last night).
#7 Posted on 26.2.02 1015.55 Reposted on: 26.2.09 1029.04
Originally posted by dMpOfcourse you could consider that as a compliment.. That they actually expect guys like O'haire to be big players at one point and they want to polish them before throwing them out there.
Yes, but in the latest Ross report JR said that with proper trianing O'hare might be able to make it back to the big stage. He didn't say that he might be a big star one day. He made it sound like it's an outside shot that he will even make it back on TV, while saying that Randy Orton and Brock Lessnar could go at just about anytime. That hardly sounds like they are planning on O'hare being a big-time player. Well, like somebody said, amybe they just want him to be really polished.