It seems for the last two years I have gained more interest in the storylines booked by the NASCAR then the WWE. I mean did you see last night how quick NASCAR turned Kurt Busch into a heel. Well actually it took them a week by punishing the wrong person(Spencer), and then giving the big mouth(Busch) the win. Anyway can you imagine HHH or Trish standing on their head after a win like Mike Waltrip. Did you see how Greg Biffle broke the glass ceiling(D.E.I.) at Daytona this year? Nascar is willing to do it, and do a good job of it. If the WWE wants to increase the creative direction of their company then the WWE should learn from NASCAR.
Originally posted by Super Shane SpearPlus, Jeff Gordon is the Rock of the league. Babyfaced, clean-cut, wins a lot, smilin at the camera, overpushed by sponsers. Oh, and the majority of NASCAR fans pretty much hate him because of that.
Also it was more of a Dale Earnhardt SR/Jeff Gordon Rival back in the mid to late 90's that started the Boo's for Gordon.
This actually isn't too far off, especially once you use the Austin=Earnhardt Sr. analogy. There isn't really a Dale Jr. in the WWE, however.
"When this bogus term alternative rock was being thrown at every '70s retro rehash folk group, we were challenging people to new sonic ideas. If some little snotty anarchist with an Apple Mac and an attitude thinks he invented dance music and the big rock group is coming into his territory, [that's] ridiculous." - Bono, 1997
Screw NASCAR! In Formula 1, That Slippery Schumacher is in serious trouble with the exciting, risk-taking Juan Pablo Montoya (J-P-M) posing a serious threat, and is that a feud with his brother Ralf on the horizon...? Plus, the emergence of young, if not still a bit green, Fernando Alonso is making the mid-card very interesting.
...full of energy. Multi-orgasmic, if you will, in a cosmic sort of way."
Guilty as charged---I only saw the promo. I haven't bought PPVs since I started working weekends a couple of years ago, and it seems pointless to buy the replays--sort of like spending money to have a newspaper delivered two days late.