The show isn't even over, and yet I've already decided on this week's funniest Raw moment:
Victoria destroying the candy cane. First it's seductive, then she bites the hell out of it and spits it out. I'm telling you, this woman is on fire. Definite Women's Rookie of the Year. (I'd give her overall Rook, but Brock's been around...)
Personally, I enjoyed Bischoff's and Morely's commentary. Bischoff could make a great color man, if you ask me. I wouldn't be hurt at all with him meddling with JR and King every week. Unfortunately I don't see how they could do it logically (I know, logic on Raw...ha ha ha).
Bischoff is great as a color man. I'm totally in favor of a three-man booth for Raw, as it would give it a little distinction from Smackdown. And yes, I do understand that Raw completely SUCKING most of the time makes it different from Smackdown, but you get the picture...
I thought it was pretty funny that I don't even know if JR actually went to OU. He talks about how he likes them and stuff, maybe he just had a brother or son attend, so he is vicariously a part of the Sooner family. I also thought it was pretty funny when he said the ovation he received upon his entrance was the greatest moment of his life. If that really is the greatest moment of his life, that's pretty pathetic.
Originally posted by Santa SangreYou want to know what scared me? The fact that Bischoff threatened to bring back Schivonne and it almost sounded like a good idea. JR really needs to step his game up or get out.
I lost my post when CRZ moved the board a few days ago, but I had the exact same reaction. You have to wonder though, how much would we really notice if they did switch them? It'd still be people bitching about how bad the play by play on RAW is, with people arguing about 'how good the guy used to be' and how that should somehow matter now.
The more things change, I guess...
Of course, had Eric mentioned switching Lawler with Mongo, I don't think he'd have gotten out of the arena alive.
But with your whole idea, it could work. Vince McMahon had been slowly losing control of the WWF since late 1995 with Diesel's speech the night after Survivor Series '95. Slowly he loses more control, the wrestlers start blaming him for everything (esp....