Hey folks, I know there's a RAW thread on this board. But, I watched my brother's RAW tape just now. I have to be honest, it's pretty damn easy to improve from rock bottom, but at least they did. From the looks of things, we finally touched the light at the end of the tunnel thanks to Shawn Michaels of all people. AND, is WarGames coming back?! Oh, I forgot the most important thing I discovered from RAW... HHH's "Katie" was really a GUY MANNEQUIN! Meaning, that he screwed the brains out of a MALE MANNEQUIN IN DRAG!! LMAO! Well, I have to admit, I think it was still not perfect, but it looks like we made it after all. As for Vince's memo, looks like SOMEBODY wanted to stir shit up. Not a bad RAW, but who the hell got traded for the Big Show?!
(edited by Ringmistress on 29.10.02 1026) Ringmistress - A bitch among heels.
Originally posted by Santa SangreHmmm, I hadn't thought about it that way Ringmistress. If you do remember though, HHH is bi a lot of things and lingual's not one of them.
My question about the show is who is the 6th guy booked in that cage match.
HHH BOoker Jericho KANE Shawn Michaels ?
RVD is the sixth. Yeah, you can plainly see it after HHH destroys the Mannequin and the wig falls off. Plus you see the slight bulge in the panties as it was thrown over the top rope. Funny shit! It was a guy all along!
Oh man, I now KNOW why he beat the hell out of that mannequin...it had a bigger "bulge" than Mr. Juice, HHH does... Yeah, he may be the top of the WWE, and have everything he could want, but he definately seems to have some issues with his um, size "down there"...
Originally posted by RingmistressAND, is WarGames coming back? Not a bad RAW, but who the hell got traded for the Big Show?!
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No, to wargames. It'll be a mixture or wargames, a surivor series elimination match, and a royal rumble match.
As for the Big Show trade agreement, he was traded for some wrestlers, and as part of the deal Booker T. showed up at Rebellion where he defeated Matt Hardy, version one. .... ........ ................
Again, I probably messed up on here somewhere...most likely with the math. The winning percentages don't include no contests/draws, which I counted as losses. The stats are from the time frame beginning with Starrcade '87 until WCW's demise.