I think the WWE is gonna give the ball to Goldberg and see where it leads. HHH needs some time without the belt. Goldberg got massive chants in L.A. and NYC. Even Goldberg haters would pop huge to see Triple HHH lose after holding the belt so long. Also, it makes Goldberg a monster instantly because he beat the unbeatable champ. Then when Goldberg loses the title to KANE or Jericho it makes there win even bigger too. I think we're in for an exciting time!
I think Goldberg is going to end up winning this one. Unless HHH is really short-sighted, and past history shows that he isn't, HHH beating Goldberg leaves no opponents on RAW for a while. With Goldberg on top, he has matches against Kane and Jericho at the very least ahead of him.
However, this does set up HHH's big glory moment at WrestleMania XX, presumably over Brock Lesnar. That's going to suck.
"If you're asking if I would ever date a wrestler, certainly I would. However it wouldn't be good business for me to get romantically involved with anyone in any aspect of our business." -Stephanie McMahon (Off the Record, June 3rd, 1999)
I really don't think Vince has been driven so mad that he'd job the one home-grown megastar on the biggest night of the year just to appease his son-in-law. Those two are going to emain separate for a long, long time.
Originally posted by knightvibeI think the WWE is gonna give the ball to Goldberg and see where it leads. HHH needs some time without the belt. Goldberg got massive chants in L.A. and NYC. Even Goldberg haters would pop huge to see Triple HHH lose after holding the belt so long.
Not true if Goldberg doesn't put on a good match with HHH......they will immediately turn on Goldberg and boo him out of the building like they did with Scott Steiner.
"This just got a hell of a lot better." - Stifler, American Pie
We open with super-short (yay!) promos from Rhino and Monty Brown (who is likely sticking with TNA, according to recent rumors -- yay again!). Christian interrupts Brown's -- he wants to make a deal with him. Brown seems dubious: