Excellent! Let's see. It's time to bust out my crystal ball of the future (one more time for those of you who have read Gugspeak XII) to determine Raven's future in WWE.
Raven will perform above average matches with above average workers, until such time as he begins a feud with Maven. Maven will end up turning heel somewhere in here, and Raven will start gathering up young talent to reform the flock. Expect to see Christopher Nowinski, Batista and one other mystery person whose name I don't know yet becuase the stupid ball broke.
Why do I watch? Because every episode has the potential to be the best one ever, and I'll be DAMNED if I'm gonna miss that one after sitting through this shit.
On Heat, they had a backstage vignette in which Commissioner Morley told Raven that the "Administration" was disturbed at Raven's masterpiece and told Raven that the masterpiece is over. He then told Raven that he noticed him in the parking lot a couple of weeks ago on Raw. Morley made a match between Raven and the man who made him leave Raw, Tommy Dreamer. Raven won.
I just put the cable back on, so I saw tonight's Raw, but this was my first since September or so. Could anyone tell me more about Raven's Masterpiece? Lita and Coach kept eluding to it. What was this all about? Thanks
I was just sort of making a joke about making a joke about Triple H---I don't think CRZ was trying to "censor" me. Even if he was; it's a non-issue because I was done. I've got nothing else to say on the matter.
Oh and Furrie Hippie---I wasn't saying something stupid. You didn't get that I was being satirical about HHHating, so---YOU'RE STUPID! Haha.
See, now this should have been censored.
(edited by Hogan's My Dad on 30.12.02 2303)
(edited by Hogan's My Dad on 30.12.02 2304)"You know what's funny? The phrase it's either this or porn was included in my parents wedding vows."
That one specifically might not have needed an announcer to step on it, but I can't help but think to the number of times Michael Cole himself has made completely hypocritical statements and gone unchallenged by Lawler, Mathews and Booker.