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#1 Posted on 7.10.02 2302.03 Reposted on: 7.10.09 2304.22
I love both y2j and the book, but so far, I have not been impressed with their feud. I mean, Jericho makes fun of like 5 different wrestlers, but somehow only Booker takes offense? And y2j running in tonight and bloodying up booker just seems so typical of how feuds build up recently.
It's always like A and B fight different random wrestlers, but then they run in during the other person's match (ie A runs in during B's match &c) or afterwards and then go and screw things up. Is that the only way that A and B can continue feuding? I liked the way that Kurt and Benoit have been forced to tag team together. Now, that's a bit creative... I just hope that Jericho and Booker T are given fun and interesting ways to get in each other's ways instead of just the typical methods.
on another note, I must say that < sarcasm > I was so sad when I learned that Trips would not be in the final match of the night. How relieved was I when I saw him literally steal Kane's fire by speaking at the very end of the broadcast!! Yay! Go "Teh" (sic) Game!!! You are my favorite... ever!!! < / sarcasm >
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#5 Posted on 8.10.02 1042.26 Reposted on: 8.10.09 1042.50
Originally posted by socetewAnd y2j running in tonight and bloodying up booker just seems so typical of how feuds build up recently.
It's always like A and B fight different random wrestlers, but then they run in during the other person's match (ie A runs in during B's match &c) or afterwards and then go and screw things up. Is that the only way that A and B can continue feuding?
Obviously it is, because this is the formula WWE uses for years, and it makes me wonder that they *still* manage to get one or two actually good feuds out of that!
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#6 Posted on 8.10.02 1053.27 Reposted on: 8.10.09 1055.49
Originally posted by socetewspilled coffee... didn't someone once spill hot coffee on The Giant (a/k/a the big show) back in WCW?
Surely more a reference to Jericho accidently pouring his brew on the homicidal maniac that is Kane in late 2000. His reaction to a small spillage would make it concievable that he did kill a woman 8 years earlier.
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#8 Posted on 8.10.02 1609.37 Reposted on: 8.10.09 1621.09
Jericho vs. Booker would be a hella cool feud if it were for the "World" Championship. But there's that damn TripleH again. Even if it was for the IC title, it would have been cool. But nope, there's TripleH again. Argh! I loved his late '99 to early '01 run, but dammit, it's time to take a backseat. Hasn't anyone learned a damn thing from Hogan? If you're at the top for *that* long, *nobody* will pay to see you. Until you come out of retirement a few years later, that is. Booker vs. Jericho reminds me of an earlier version of TripleH/Rock back when they were in DX and the Nation, respectively. Both are being wasted, but at least they can put on a couple good matches.
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#11 Posted on 9.10.02 0305.38 Reposted on: 9.10.09 0307.07
Originally posted by rikidozan
Originally posted by DarrylTheHitmanThat'd be cool--maybe Jericho could bring Jason Sensation in and they could mock BookDust?
whatever happened to him? last i heard last year, he was in stampede i think, training...
I thought Jason Sensation was a comedian/imitator. I saw him at Axxess last year as he and Wil Sasso did some sweet wrestler imitations, before mocking Tough Enough and Tazz which brought out the man and the TE crew to kick their asses.
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