Originally posted by StephanieEspecially the "1983 called, they want their hairstyle back" comment. Um, did you take a good look at Eddy tonight, Cena?
Of course he did, which is why he specifically commented that Eddy got rid of the mullett but went just as outdated with a 'whiffle'. Guess you need a rap<->english dictionary too. ;-)
I'm surprised Eddy didn't opt for a hair match, though. Wonder if they just thought Angle's wasn't old enough yet (though I think a lot of us have trouble remembering what Angle looked like with hair) or what. They could have had him loose a hair match to Edge and make Edge the new Barber!
I figured it's a way to let Chavo and Eddy switch ala Demolition without tagging, plus Eddy will now get Fred Ward heat as well (close, but not as bad as like X-Pac heat). "Screw you Eddy! You held back Reba and that guy from Family Ties!"
Yeah, but how the hell did Chavo go from looking like a pretty young guy to older than Eddie? I was looking at both of them, and it took me a few mintues to realize that the reason I couldn't figure out which one was Eddie was due to the lack of hair. Then I kept looking at the other guy saying, "What the hell happened to Chavo, and who the hell is this guy?"
Originally posted by InVerseOf course he did, which is why he specifically commented that Eddy got rid of the mullett but went just as outdated with a 'whiffle'. Guess you need a rap<->english dictionary too.
I'm going twenty-four hours a day...I can't seem to stop - "Turn Up The Radio", Autograph
Woohoo..no more mullet signs.. well..maybe one..Eddie Guerrero mowed his mullit. (typo on purpose) It's a sad day though..more wrestling rules and constants are getting broken by the day.. a wedding that actually goes through AND Eddie without mullet.
Originally posted by fuelinjectedCena's commentary during this match is brilliant.
Actually for me Cena's commentary made the match unwatchable (which is nearly impossible for an Eddy match). But rapping did do wonders for P.N News, Men on a Mission, PG-13, Konnan, and of course Master Urinates, so why not use that wonderful idea yet again.
I want you to know, I agree with everything I've just said.
WWE's Survivor Series, put on in the wake of Eddie Guerrero's death, drew an estimated 375,000 buys according to WWE's Investor Relations website. In comparison: 2004's SS drew ~400,000, 2003's SS drew 450,000, and 2002's SS did ~325,000.