Iíve got a complaint. I read the Hurricane/Chavo match and canít figure out who won. All I got is that somebody hit an inside cradle for a pin. This happens for other matches too. I had to stretch to figure out that Noble powerbombed Funaki at the end.
Could you please bold font the winnerís name at the end?
To save other people from looking, here's what he's talking about:
>Whip, reversed, Hurricane with a kick, setting him up - Vertebreaker? It's been so long, I had to look it up to remember - and Chavo escapes it anyway. Inside cradle with tights one two three (5:38)
>Funaki stumbles to his feet, waistlock, Noble with a go behind, Funaki with a go behind but Noble's already turning and hitting a knee. Double underhook - TIGER BOMB one two three. (5:14) Took three times to hit it, but was a pretty good idea to go for it.
I see the point here - if you're just working back from the time to the last move, you've got no name to go with it. If you've been following the narrative all the way through (a risky proposition?), it makes sense. And since I'm writing the narrative, I'm thinking that second way - I'm thinking about in context with what else was just said, and it works that way.
Still, this isn't the first time that's been pointed out and I'll try to check that I've stuck a name by the last move in the future.
(Bolding woudln't work well - it kills the suspense [whatever there is] of the match for people who don't know there. And if you're just intersted in finding out who won and don't neccesarly care about how the meat of the match was, I figure you're probably more apt just to check the spoiler reports on Wednesday.)
Aren't the origins of these words (whether German or Latin) without the "u", though, which was added by the British? (answer: yes) I can accept "habit". The same reason I can't deal with YABB code. Grr.