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Captain Ferret
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Since: 14.9.02
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#1 Posted on
Crikey. That's all I can say, crikey.
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Since: 18.6.02
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#2 Posted on
Well, I didn't see it coming, that's for sure. Of course, Coach is so evil that Shane still ended up winning the match.

God, this company is so fucking stupid. (for more proof on previous statement watch the elimination chamber match again)

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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.08
I hope this works out to where he actually gets to be a heel play-by-play guy for a while, either by taking out Ross or going to YOUR Nitro style three-man group. This is something WWE has been lacking for sometime, somebody on the horn cheering for the bad guys. Think about it, King hasn't really been a heel since 1997-8 (sure, he did his cheering for Vince and the Corporation, but he would then turn around and support babyfaces.) Heyman is gone, and Tazz joined the babyface ranks as well.

I don't know if Coachman is the guy to be doing this (personally I've been waiting for Cole to join with Vince, but now that's obviously a pipe dream...) BUT as long as he stays in the booth and NOT walking with Bischoff to the ring or hanging out with him backstage all the time, I think this was a good thing *smile-ting*.

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#4 Posted on
that was shocking and he pulled off the heel thing really well. he can't do heat anymore can he?

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#5 Posted on
The Coach Turn was funny as hell. That's the last guy that I thought I would see swing a chair. He basically made that match interesting by himself. Now I want him to be back in the Raw Booth with JR and King. That should spice up thngs quite nicely.

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Lap cheong

Since: 24.2.02

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#6 Posted on
I thought that the chair shot was neatly framed. You see the chair shot take Shane down, and the camera pans over and it's the COACH. I loved it.
Amazing Telephone

Since: 12.12.02
From: Winnipeg, Manitoba

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#7 Posted on
Ironically, this just makes me want to cheer the man.

Is anybody else having feverish delusions of Coach becoming one of the most over guys on the roster? All they would need to do is teach him some basic brawling skills and put him out there to draw crazy heat.

Heel Coach. Holy shit. This is the most interested I think I've been in any booking at all lately.

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#8 Posted on
Good for WWE for doing something *different* and giving us a surprise that nobody could have picked out in a zillion years. The crowd I was watching with was killing themselves laughing throughout this, and it at least has some possibilities.

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#9 Posted on
The lo, the urine will run in the aisles as little children and old ladie everywhere flee before the brutality, the might, the sheer viciousness of ~EVIL COACH~!

I know who's got my "Best Heel" vote in the RSPWs this year.

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Lap cheong

Since: 4.11.02
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#10 Posted on
This shocked the hell out of our group that watched. When it first panned over, we wondered why Coach was holding the chair. Then we realized "Oh, shit! Coach did it!"

He looks to be a pretty big boy and he didn't look too bad when he was thrown into the ropes. Has Coach had any training in wrestling? Anyone know how big he is? He looked to be about the same height as Austin, which would put him somewhere around the 6'2" mark.

Anyways, this was pretty cool. Let's see how it goes from here.

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Big Bad

Since: 4.1.02
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.54
So Bischoff turned down help from Christian (the IC champ, mind you) in favour of help from an announcer? The hell? Why didn't Eric just say "Sure, the more the merrier! Interfere at will!" Yet another non-wrestler being pushed over the deserving.

Note: I will change my opinion if Coachman starts wearing a whistle and clipboard, like Mr. Perfect's old manager.

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Big Brother

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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.65
They should have done this YEARS ago.

With Kevin Kelly.

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#13 Posted on
That or gone further with 'evil' Mike Tenay

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#14 Posted on
This could work if Coach gets involved with Stevie Richards and Victoria.

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Since: 2.1.02
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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.87
I've been waiting for them to pull the trigger on a Coach heel turn ever since Austin stunned his ass months ago...

It was after one of JR's hiatuses - and Coach was smiling about the fact now there's gonna be a 3-man team. Austin gave him a Stunner for no apparent reason, and right then in there I was hoping Coach would get revenge because he'd done *nothing* wrong and been humiliated.

They didn't take the obvious route of having Coach join Teddy. Good for them.

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Ten Millionth Hit

Since: 19.3.02
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#16 Posted on
I don't mind it so much, as long as this isn't going to lead to a Coach vs. JR match as a main event to RAW sometime over the next months.

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#17 Posted on

    Originally posted by cfgb

    They didn't take the obvious route of having Coach join Teddy. Good for them.

I don't know, it would be pretty cool if coach came out with them, and then did the play by play for every match of a member of Long's stable. Have Theodore say something like the voice of the black man needs to be heard. The only downside is no Long on the mic.

Overall this was shocking, but somehow I see coach turning into another chief Morley.

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Since: 30.1.03
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#18 Posted on

    Originally posted by CRZ
    They should have done this YEARS ago.

    With Kevin Kelly.

Wasn't that allegedly in the cards at one time? Kevin Kelly would get fed up with all the verbal abuse from the Rock (primarily, although he didn't get much respect from anyone during his segments) and go ballistic backstage? Or am I imagining things?

He also worked as a heel commissioner in, where, ECWA? My apologies, I have no idea about the indys, so someone will probably have to correct me on that...

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#19 Posted on
Wasn't Coach a heel once before, during the good ol' days of WWE Excess?
Purple Pixie

Since: 27.7.03
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#20 Posted on

    Originally posted by HomerJFong
    I don't mind it so much, as long as this isn't going to lead to a Coach vs. JR match as a main event to RAW sometime over the next months.

I'd actually like to see that as long is it wasn't main event! I can imagine it now... King helps JR and a lonely Marc Loyd joins evil Coach in an effort to be popular *wakes up* Man...

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