Originally posted by Guru ZimI thought that his hardcore title win over Maven was great - that kind of psych move is something that they could really work with for the Goldust character.
The early days of Goldust were much better than when he turned baby face and the way he is now. He really pushed the envelope when he debuted, because he played on all the gay phobias. Now, that obviously isn't politically correct, and I always thought of him as somebody who was a bad guy that just happened to act like a homosexual in order to psych people out. Anyway, all the semantic/moral judgments aside, it was really funny seeing guys react to his antics. Now, he's just a guy that dresses up in an elaborate costume and wears a lot of make-up, and that's sad because he could be a lot cooler than that if they'd let his character run.
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Sandow's Apprentice: idea is great (ask Ted DiBiase, er, Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase, not the other one) but execution was so-so. The bit required a punchline that never came. Sandow needs to be funnier with his routine.