You know, there a lots of people who are ready and willing to bash Billy and Chuck for getting too much, too fast, not enough heat, etc. They'll also bash them for playing the "gay" angle. Well, for starters, they aren't gay.
To have the desire to become a wrestler, you must be a wrestling fan (Goldberg excluded). I believe that many of you will agree with me on that sentiment. Now, how many gay wrestling fans do you know?
Need further proof?
The Bushwhackers were notorious for biting their opponents on the rump. Then again, their name in and of itself is just waiting for good old junior high humor to kick in and make a joke.
Alright, I'll use the other extreme examples.
Pretty Paul Roma, Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff, Classie Freddy Blassie, the Narcissist. These guys weren't gay! Okay, I have no proof of that.
AHA! Here's an example!
THE HEAVENLY BODIES. BILLY AND CHUCK ARE THE HEAVENLY BODIES 2002.
I hated the Heavenly Bodies.
Billy and Chuck suck.
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I have to admit that I was very anti-B&C at first, but they're starting to grow on me. I haven't seen them display any blantant homosexual behaviour, so I don't know where the gay thing is coming from. All they're doing is being really into themselves and how "beautiful" they are. Granted, they dig each other, but I haven't seen how they "DIG" each other. They've just been very complimentary towards themselves and their partners psyiques (sp?). I know they're supposed to be "ambiguously gay", but I haven't seen anything to support that, other than the occasional slap on the butt. But all sports teams and players do that. Anyway, I got off on a rant and don't really know where it's going. I'll leave by saying that lately B&C have become a guilty pleasure of mine and are actually becoming entertaining.
I can't believe I just said Billy Gunn is entertaining.
Not to mention that Gunn is also doing the majority of the mic work for the team as well. Chuck's doin' well, but he's still got a lot of work to do - pairing him up with a vet like Gunn is the perfect thing for him. And I'll take Billy and Chuck over Kronik any day of the week and twice on Sunday (based upon how 'well' Kronik did at their one WWF PPV outing).
I think that deep down inside, everyone has a soft spot for Billy Gunn. They may try to cover it up because it goes against the so called "common" opinion on the net, but secretly, we all love Billy Gunn. Whether he is getting positive or negative support, people online still talk about Billy Gunn, and that's gotta mean he is doing something right. When was the last time someone started a post about Tajiri? Billy gets mentioned quite alot around here, so he's gotta be on your mind one way or another...
"How does it feel? SUCK SUCK SUCK SUCK SUCK!!" -Trent Reznor, Suck.
I think Chuck needs a little less time on the mic until he learns the meaning of "ambiguous". While Billy was just doing the "I'm so into us" schtick, Chuck looked like he was a second away from lisping and prancing around in that little posedown challenge segment on Raw.
I dunno, I'm *still* not particularly enthusiastic about Chuckin' Ass. Maybe it's the glare from their horrible bleach job. (:
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Please, don't bring back the AssMan song.... Anyway, Billy rocks in a tag team, cos it hides his deficencies perfectly, and Chuck, the less experienced worker with loads of potential, finds someone to do a lot of the mike work for him. They work well together.
Unbelievably, I *am* starting to enjoy B&C. The unbelievable part is that it's at my husband's instigation! "Come on, those guys are funny!" He gets a kick out of Goldust too, which almost literally leaves my jaw on the floor. I never knew he had this thing for drag queens...
I had a problem with it because it didn't have anything to do with Billy and Chuck. To me the whole point of the posedown was to get the ambiguous gayness across. The brawl at the end detracts from that and causes us to forget about Billy and Chuck and makes us focus on the feud between Stacy and Torrie. It should have been done in a separate segment, or even better, saved for a future program.
"I'm not on some big ego rush. I'm not after the bright lights and the little women."--Stan Hansen.
To me the whole point of the posedown was to get the ambiguous gayness across. The brawl at the end detracts from that and causes us to forget about Billy and Chuck and makes us focus on the feud between Stacy and Torrie.
I thought the pose-down segment pulled off both ideas (B&C's gayness AND the Torrie/Stacy feud) quite nicely. I dont think one took away from the other at all.
Originally posted by LexusTo have the desire to become a wrestler, you must be a wrestling fan (Goldberg excluded). I believe that many of you will agree with me on that sentiment. Now, how many gay wrestling fans do you know?
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