For what it's worth, I still like the two together. JR is still THE man on pay per views and King is still funny at times, and I can't blame him for anything else because the WWE sets him up with those T and A segments. I'll say the two neither suck nor do they blow, I think they're kinda' like really great leftovers. You've had it before but it's still REALLY good. I still like Cole and Tazz, but I think they've got a ways to go before they surpass JR and the King.
I think JR and King do a really good job. I can't imagine how difficult it would be to do what they do. I've done football and basketball games on the radio and it's hard enough when the action isn't scripted. I can't really fathom trying to be surprised and jacked about stuff when I already knew the outcome.
"I'm in collision with every stone I ever threw." - David Gray
Why not? You better believe that J.R. is one of the first guys to give a wrestler shit in the back if he can't act along with the script. It's a whole group of actors. You can't have 50% of the actors do really well and then have the main two not give a crap and still call it a good production.
The next TNA PPV is set to feature a match in which four briefcases hang on four poles. SMELL THE BUYRATE!!! I can see why Kurt brought up the "working 300 dates in WWE" thing. No way he's working half that much in TNA.