Click on the Lowdown. I checked this out and was incredibly surprised and entertained. If the WWE had the guts to put segments on RAW like this (since they always have entertainment segments anyway), I think Conway could get over fast. He reminds me of guys like Shawn Michaels and Rick Rude, from when their first heel runs in the old WWF.
This also might very well be Todd Grisham's best performance so far.
Anyone know how I could go about saving a copy of this movie file? I'm not too knowledgeable about computer stuff.
MNM has something like this on WWE.com as well, talking about SmackDown moving to Fridays. It's great because they act more like the old-school OVW MNM than the watered-down WWE MNM. Best part is when Mercury mentions their debut, beating up Rey Mysterio in the Cabana, and you here Nitro in the background comment: "Our abs looked GREAT that night!"
Not sure how you could save the file, though. WWE is pretty secure with the video files they put on their site.
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Not secure enough, actually. Save the redirection file (.asx or .ram, for example) then open it in Notepad. Copy the URL into StreamDown and it'll save it. Forget where I found it, but that program's quite useful.
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"...but that doesn't mean he can't relate an amusing anecdote about the Haiti Kid and one of the Frenchman's testicles." (Hogan's My Dad)
Thanks! One reserved section seat for me in row 30, section B -- that's nearly ringside! God, I hope to god I don't spend the entire time blocked by some punk's ever-so-witty "Game Over" sign. The fun part is going to be getting there.