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#21 Posted on 19.4.06 1559.56 Reposted on: 19.4.13 1559.56
I was at the St. Louis Supershow and must say that his debut match on Smackdown was short and not much. However, who ever said his beat down on Undertaker after the show was nothing but chop, chop chop must have had a little too much to drink by that time. The Greeat Khali interfered in the Cena vs. Undertaker match and hit UT with chops, kicks, headbutts & a slam. Not a lot but he came across ok for a guy his size. I think by the time Khali vs UT hits PPV he will surprise some people.
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#22 Posted on 19.4.06 1659.46 Reposted on: 19.4.13 1659.48
Originally posted by numbskullThe Great Khali interfered in the Cena vs. Undertaker match and hit UT with chops, kicks, headbutts & a slam. Not a lot but he came across ok for a guy his size. I think by the time Khali vs UT hits PPV he will surprise some people.
You're right, I stand corrected. By that point in the evening, I was thinking more about the huge lines for the Metrolink than the match at hand. I do remember wondering if it had turned into some kind of impromptu ECW-style match between the two, the way the ref was circling around them. I suppose I let my general dislike of his first match cloud my memory of the run-in.
#25 Posted on 20.4.06 1908.12 Reposted on: 20.4.13 1908.18
Andre the Giant wasn't immobile either. Well, he was at the end. But even then he understood perfectly how to work like an immoveable monster. Literally the only thing Singh knows how to do is stand at his tall height.
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#29 Posted on 24.4.06 0007.24 Reposted on: 24.4.13 0007.56
Came back from a weekend trip, just watched SmackDown! tonight from the DVR. There was one major thing I noticed that hasn't been discussed yet.
We see "The Miz" outside the arena, and he says something to the effect of The Miz loves crashing parties, so it's time to crash the party of that big tool, JBL, hoo-rah. But as he walks in, Network Representative Palmer Cannon meets him at the door with a cadre of security guards. Apparently, the "network" doesn't like The Miz, and so they're not going to let him into the building. He is chased off.
A FACE??!! Are they f'ing kidding? Some jerkoff who thinks he is important/funny/cool because he was on reality shows just SCREAMS "heel"... everything about his promo videos said to me, "I'm better than you, I'm funny and cool, I'm going to walk to the ring and shove it in your face." I feel like they dropped the ball with this one.
#30 Posted on 24.4.06 0054.02 Reposted on: 24.4.13 0054.02
Maybe they're planning on bringing him in like Angle where he looks like he's trying to be a face from the promos, but then when he shows up he's obviously a heel. That has to have been one of their better debuts that they've done in the last 10 years.
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