Ok, I know this is kind of a silly post, but I was *totally* impressed with Crash last night on Heat. He sold that knee injury the *entire* match. It was little things, like clutching it when he landed from anything, or climbing the top rope with one leg that won me over. I've always liked him, but was bored with him as a heel. I'd say move him to Smackdown and put him in with the Cruisers. Elsewhere on the boards, someone speculated that the heel cruisers are all mat based(Jamie, Tajiri, Chavo), whereas the faces are all high flyers(Hurricane, Kidman, Rey, Moore). Not that I want to see a heel Crash, but he'd be perfect for a more mat based Cruiser. And I know it's a long way off, but Scotty would be perfect when he comes back as well. Anyhow, all in all, if Crash keeps doing what he did last night, then he should definitely be in line for a mini-push(even if it is just on Heat).
I don't know about moving Crash up the card, the guy has gotten better, though. I noticed him being better than usual a few months ago when he started feuding with Jackie.
Also, the weird thing about Crash is, he's the guy on the roster who's the MOST similar to Hogan. Not in wrestling, not in looks, but for the fact that the guy is a human cartoon. If they foud the right way to market him he could be a midcard star. He oversells everything and just reminds me of the Hogan, Macho Man over the top type.
I'll enjoy what little of Crash they give me on Heat, though.
(edited by WhoBettahThanDeion on 29.7.02 0836) I RESPECT you opinion. Please respect mine. Or feel the wrath of Buddha!
J-Lo and Ja' Rule are the worst singing/rapping duo I've ever seen in my life (my response to the "totally live" performance of that annoying "Ain't it Funny" song at last year's VMA's. The show where everybody goes home happy and the winner's aren't really winners, they're just people randomly selected based upon their pop status).
You're right about the angle - although Col DeBeers was played more like a supremist over everyone rather than racist. DeBeers issue was that he couldn't execute a snap-mare (or any other wrestling move)