WWE champion John Bradshaw Layfield called out The Undertaker. They brawled with Taker getting the upperhand. Orlando Jordan ran out with the returning Viscera and Gangrel. Undertaker fought back until being laid out with the Clothesline from Hell.
Well, at least it was unexpected, albiet it's still freaking Viscera and Gangrel. I wonder whether it's a long-term deal or just a short-term thing just for the purpose of interjecting into a storyline with Taker.
Oh dear God! I like Gangrel and all, but was the world REALLY waiting for the triumphant return of Viscera? I mean, WWE's logic astounds me sometimes. They release one useless fatass (Rikishi), but then weeks later, proceed to bring another useless fatass aboard. I'm flabbergasted.
Does this mean we'll soon see the return of Mideon (hopefully with clothes on)?
Kane: Come on! We've had midgets and fire and midgets and Trish as the slutty bridesmaid and midgets. What's not to like? Lita: I guess it still beats anything on "The Bachelor"
Rico AND Gangrel are back this Thursday?! Holy poo! This week's Smackdown might actually be watchable!! I'm not hyped about Viscera, since he pretty much sucks, but he's just so lame it might actually be cool to see him for the novelty factor.
Actually, it probably would be pretty cool to bring back Ron Simmons. I can't see him returning to his Acolyte phase, but it might be cool to play up Simmons against JBL. Almost like how presidential candidates get a couple people from the opposition's past to come forth with some dirt on him.
im glad to hear that gangrel is back... the funny thing about this is tht i just told my friend the other day that gangrel would be coming back soon. unfortunatly knowing his luck he's gonna get hurt again an not be able to wrestle...
Leviathan, I feel the same way. I Would love to see how Edge or Christian, whose characters would no longer fit in the Ministry, would react to seeing this go on, and debating whether or not to get involved. But thats just my kind of thing.
"-Smackdown tonight will feature the Al Wilson/Dawn Marie "wedding." One possible outcome from the wedding is Dawn turning on Al Wilson and revealing her alliance with Torrie Wilson's real life fiance Billy Kidman.