I consider this good news, as I always got a sort of kick out of Hyatte. He was always hit or miss for me, but his hits were usually pretty good ones, and his misses had a certain train wreck beauty to them.
I like this. He was always better in small doses anyway, and if he's only doing the Mop-Up for the PPV's then he should be fine. The thing I liked most about him was that he never took himself too seriously.
Hyatte is Kevin Nash. I used to like both of them. They got over by shitting on all the supposed gimmicks. Then they became one. Both need to do something new or get out.
When Hyatte supposedly gave a shit we had the And Another Thing articles which were very good. Then he became his idol by sitting on his ass even though he didn't have a Turner contract. Now that is dedication!
Now he is back and thinks we are supposed to pop just because he shows up. You know, first of all, they both suck now.
Those educated feet! One went to Harvard. One went to Yale. Their daddy must be proud! - good ol J.R. hating his life
Man...this sounds like a really bad idea... IGN: WWE Comics Bodyslam Industry Nothing is out of bounds in the realm of comic books. Hell, I spend weeks reading about dead superheroes returning from the dead as cosmic zombies.