Rap battles between these two with the elevation of Cena after a month or two feud. Savage can crush people's throats with the ring bell everytime they make fun of his rap CD. Cena could spit lyrics about everything from Hogan to Elizabeth and more. People wouldn't tune in to watch Savage/Cena? I think they would.
Pimpinella Escarlata to Smackdown:
If you haven't seen her/him, and I have only once, it's a transvestite from Mexico, AAA or EMLL, not sure, but he looks great and can work a little, and in the WWE they can protect him/her as far as workrate and moves. Likes to bite people in the groin and also grab "it" in a strange heelish submission where the ref doesn't see the sexual harassment as the opponent gives up to a supposed inveretd chinlock rather then be molested by Pimpinella. With a name like Pimpinella you can't go wrong anyway. Have him and Chavo start a tag team to feud with Haas and Rico. God knows what they could come up with there... And no, cuz Nicole Bass can't/couldn't work.
The Rock vs. Juvy Juice
One of my favorite lines is The Rock talking about WCW and some guy named Juvy. This would be a cool feud in my book. It would elevate Smackdown ratings, Juvy doesn't need to go over to get over, and it would have some humor to it much needed on a dead show. Have him feud for one month with someone like London, Cade, Kidman, ( he could ask Torrie if she'd like some Juice), Spike, or any one of the Cruisers. Juvy is great in Japan, putting together ***-**** star matches in NOAH. He's the f'in Juice man! And he's a great heel who could work in the Cruiser division with Rey Rey and put on some wicked matches. He could also get the name of every single city he's in wrong with his "Finally, the Juice has come back to 'insert the wrong name for the city here'!" Then book him with Rock after about a month of ripping off all of Rock's catch phrases, getting half of them wrong, setting up a feud/ppv match between them.
http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2012/04/18/report-dick-clark-dies-at-age-82/ Dick Clark, the creator of "American Bandstand" and "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve," died Wednesday morning, his rep tells FoxNews.com....