Randy Orton sucks, please send him back to the minors. He said "uh" three times in his recorded interview. Why didn't they do it over? Maybe I am being too hard on him but he has not impressed me at all in these three weeks.
Edge and Jericho were both impressive again tonight. Jericho seems to be turning the corner and getting much more over with his heel stuff now than when he had the belt. And Edge impersonating Hogan made me laugh.
I got my tickets to Judgement Day early last week. It will be the first ppv i've ever attended and i'm pretty excited. Esp. more now that it has a hell in the cell.
RIP The Rock's Show. April 29, 1999-April 4, 2002.
It's near the ned of the match. Jericho and HHH are on top of the cell. HHH tries for the pedigree, but Jericho hits a back body drop, but the the cell doesn't break. HHH then sitout powerbombs Jericho and the cell breaks, but Jericho hangs on to the cell, and HHH falls through the mat. Jericho then drops down and pins HHH for the clean win.
But really, Jericho needs this win. He also needs it clean, with himself making the win possible, not with a rollup or run in. If Jericho gets it, Triple H benefits if he does well, and Jericho benefits as he beat the man that retired the HIAC master, Foley in a HiAC, and that he beat HHH clean, but in a kind of cheating way.(holding on)
For those of you who are naming brutal Jericho matches, I never said he hasn't had a brutal match. I said never one THIS brutal. Hell in the Cell is known as the end-all-be-all of WWE badass matches. Jericho's had some wicked chairshots and good ladder matches, but he's never stuck his tongue through a hole in his cheek, which could happen at JD.
YOU WANT A PIECE OF ME!?! - The immortal, chilling words of...The Shockmaster!
I thought the roster listing was by far the most interesting read. I'm amazed that they elect to list them not by alphabet, but rather by their apparent ranking in the company. They also still seem to think Umaga's a heel.