I heard the same rumor, but I must admit the person who told it to me is an idiot, so I'm not sure of its truthfullness.
>did the ref warn him not to suck it, because they have a >match?
That part where he copied Stacy Keibler's butt shaking at Wrestlemania did look rather gay.
>does anyone care lita was picked last in the draft?
Blame Stone Cold for that one. If he had been showing up to work, he would have been taken by Ric Flair, and she wouldn't have been drafted. It's weird that they couldn't think of anyone else for Flair to pick though.
>does that mean the women will wrestle on raw?
All the wrestling women are on Raw, so most likely. Unless you want to see women's matches consisting entirely of Jazz, Ivory, and Torrie Wilson.
Originally posted by EastCoastAvengerpersonality... blah blah, Holy Shit... blah, blah, nothing to do....
All the Hardy talk seems to be leading to one solution that just might make everyone happy "Sugar" Shane is already there, he's worked with the Hardy's extensively and could conceivably make a good teammate. Hurricane and the Hardys are trapped in stale gimmick Hell and are fading fast (which is truly a DAMN shame because I really dig Team Extreme and the Hurricane). The solution is clear. Write some new teenybopper music, dust off the day-glo 'fits and practice the dance moves.
"Sugar" Shane, "Jumpin" Jeff, and "Marvelous" Matt (or any cheesy, boy band names) should join up and re-form 3-count! Idols for the kids, (hopefully) something to get the Hardy's jazzed and back into being WWF workers (and outta burnout city!), and a new, improved 3-count for us all to dig! Lita re packaged as Eddy's new squeez (continue the story...) Everyone wins!
That, good sir, is awesome. Seriously. I would so be all for a Hardyz and Helms Three-Count pseudo-reunion.
In all seriousness, though, I think it could work. The original 3-count were all OMEGA guys anyway, so why NOT bring in the two guys who basically WERE OMEGA. Besides, Jeff is kinda already edging into that uncomfortable (for me, anyway) Timberlake Zone.
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