I just wanted to be the first to say that Goldust and Booker T were my favorite tag team of all time and I'm very sad to see them go. Here's hoping they both have great singles runs. They certainly don't deserve any less than major pushes and have earned the admiration of fans everywhere.
I agree, Booter T Golddust were a great team and for a while they were the most entertaining part or RAW.
I just want to add my thoughts, I felt that the breakup was classy. I seriously hope that the WWE doesn't have any major swerves planned for us. This last segment just goes to show you that you don't need a turn to break up a tag tram. They will be missed, but I'm glad they went out the way they did, and not with one beating the other up.
They've been saying for weeks that Goldust feels inferior to Booker and feels like he's holding him back. It's what made the Tag Title win they had so special, because I believe it was Goldust that got the winning pin.
A shark on whiskey is mighty risky, a shark on beer is a beer engineer.
It sucks they only had the belts for a little while, but hell if Booker takes off as a singles wrestler its good. Instead of a swerve, I would love to see something like this: next week Goldust has a singles match aganist some heel, lets say Christian. Before the match, Booker T wishes him goodluck, after the match The Evolution destroys Goldust, prompting Booker T to make the save. Later in the night, Booker has a singles match, after his match the Evolution comes out and starts to beat him down, Goldust makes the save only for the 4 heels to massacre him, make him get taken out on a strecher and "injured", making Booker go after the Evolution. First he takes out Orton, then Batista, and finally goes for Hunter. As long as Goldust still wrestles like his job is on the line everynight and Booker is Booker, things should be good. But like all, I will miss this kickass team.
You don't get it boy, this isn't a mudhole... it's an operating table. And I'm the surgeon. Something tells me to stop with the leg. I don't listen to it. But where in the world is there in the world A man so extroardinaire?
Perhaps one of the Zims can clear this up, but I was under the impression that we weren't expected to put spoiler warnings up for the live shows. If anyone would like to clarify this, please do, especially if you run the board :)
If I were a cartoon character in high school, I would so have a crush on Joan Of Arc.
Geez, if a Flair-led unit was going to beat down a Rhodes, couldn't they at least have gone old-school and done it in the parking lot?
Well Mr. Burns had done it. The power plant had won it. With Rogers Clemens clucking all the while. Mike Scioscia's tragic illness made us smile. While Wade Boggs lay unconscious on the barroom tile. We're talkin'... Softball. From Maine to San Diego. Talkin'... Softball. Mattingly and Canseco. Ken Griffey's grotesquely swollen jaw. Steve Sax and his run-in with the law. We're talkin' Homer... Ozzie and the Straw.
Originally posted by spf2119Perhaps one of the Zims can clear this up, but I was under the impression that we weren't expected to put spoiler warnings up for the live shows. If anyone would like to clarify this, please do, especially if you run the board :)
We hope that you are smart enough to not visit the board until after the show's over, yep.
Definitely not a dropsault. It was more like a standing, twisting frog splash. He went up as if for a dropkick, rotated cylindrically so that he was in splash position and doubled up as if it were a frog splash.Here's a gif: