This match was actually pretty terrific. Dreamer isn't the most naturally talented guy in the world, but damned if he doesn't make you get behind him every time he steps in the ring. THIS is how you get a guy over, not with vignettes showing him eating hair. Richards did a great job as well, but I wish WWE would do more with his character since he still has natural heat carried over from the RTC angle.
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(edited by Big Bad on 17.7.02 0226) I was born in a manger, like that other guy. You know, he wore a hat?
Tommy pushes always make me happy. And since I watch Raw with a guy who has the Dreamer logo (arms out pose) tattooed on his arm, Tommy pushes certainly make him happy. I think Tommy could be a viable midcard character if they really do push him as the Innovator Of Violence. He's not going to set the world on fire, but really, does he have less upside than Bradshaw?
You never know when you'll meet that special someone... the someone that's mysteriously blind to your flaws. or, you know, stupid enough not to realize that yes, you really are that cynical.
The match was very good. I was surprised how well Dreamer bladed. I was also surprised to when dreamer took all those bumps on his back he must really been into the match 'cause just a month ago he could'nt even do a 2nd rope elbow drop. I think Steven Richard looks older because he has'nt shaven in like a month.
On last weeks SD and RAW, did anyone spot some more subtle tributes to the fallen? Things the audience might not catch, I mean. I wondered if Storm's "Woooo!" was not such a tribute to Stu through his son.