The Desire video could be a work of art. Imagine the stirring sounds of "My Sacrifice" playing in the background to clips of Nash sitting on his couch, standing on stage next to Hall with a sling on his arm, going to his mailbox to collect his paycheck, whispering in Vince's ear about why he should get the belt when he comes back, meticulously brushing and primping his hair...I might be moved to tears by it.
"You used it to shove your miserable daughter down our throats week in and week out...not anymore!" - Ric Flair gives me hope, Raw 3/18/02
"I thought it was cool how HHH just tossed Jericho out of the ring and made him vanish, possibly into another dimension, at the end of the match." - Dr. Unlikely says the funniest thing I've ever read on Wienerville.
Boy, how the mighty art fallen. The nWo, depending on whom you asked a few months ago, were either going to be the awesomest heel stable in the WWF ever or were going to destroy the Fed locker room and kill the ratings. Current wrestling membership? Scott Hall and X-Pac. [ironic sarcasm]Better start running for your life, vanilla midget types, or you might get dragged down the card into a program with them.[/ironic sarcasm]
edit - thought "<" marks would print but they didn't
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"Don't eat crackers in the bed of your future, or you might get scratchy" - The Tick
But is any of this Hall or Nash's fault? Obviously McMahon did not intend for the NWO to be an awesome heel stable--meaning *continued* dominance over opponents, not just for 2 or 3 weeks. The NWO should have at least won ONE match at WM and then gone on to continue doing typical NWO types of things. Ok, they did do some of this by adding X-Pac and beating down Hogan and Rock, and the split was bigger news than one heel stable, but if they do not do something major on RAW next week to bring back some major heel heat for the NWO, I think they are going to start loosing more of those casual fans they picked up. Speaking as one, I may be gone if there is no major force to deal with and all each show has are mid-card matches.
Did anyone notice they are checking out last years list? The fact that they mention XFL like it was still around should ring a bell, as well as some of the other folks in the list. Then at the bottom there is a link to the 2002 'awards'.