I'm really looking forward to the day when Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton finally enter the WWF. Both were given guaranteed WWF contracts recently, and I for one think it's about time. What do I see in store for these two? Well, having them both in the singles ranks would be nice, but to have them together as a tag team would really be something. It'd be like Mark Jindrak and Sean O'Haire in WCW, except that Lesnar and Orton are more talented than Jindrak and O'Haire will ever be. Does anyone else think Brock and Randy are ready to roll by WrestleMania X-8?
I saw Lesnar team with Shelton Benjamin during a dark match before Smackdown once. I had fourth row seats behind the announcers, which was the closest i've ever gotten. Lesnar is huge. My younger brother was amazed of the mans size. During the whole match he just repeated, "that man is huge." He was pretty good that night, with some great power moves. I'm sure he has gotten better since then. I've never seen Orton. I think Lesnar is going to be a big time player. I don't want to see him start in a tag team though. Just let him do his thing. Anyone know what happened to Benjamin? He wasn't nearly as big, but he was in the ring alot more. That was the only dark match i've ever seen where the crowd seemed truly into it.
Updating Ohio State's basketball record could get to be a chore. Just remember, Michigan sucks.
Mister cunning wit writes: Is having seen the guy in college an endorsement of his readinesss for the WWF?
Absolutly, considering in college he was already a lot better than a lot of the FED's current wrestlers. He could replace Test in a second, and actually get OVER. While we are being treated with matches starring such names as Bradshw and the Big Show, we could be seeing matches with a big man who can actually DO something.
You have no clue what you're talking about. They cheered Paul London like crazy on his final night even though they knew he was leaving. They booed Hardy because he showed up looking like shit, and then proceeded to blow a shitload of spots.