You know, maybe it's just me, but I actually enjoyed his appearances so far. He was just doing jobber work, but I thought he really sold his opponants' offence and did a pretty great job. Wonder if he did something to get himself fired, or if they're just starting to cut some of the "ECW Originals" that they've been using as jobbers.
I just watched the match he had with CM Punk from a few weeks ago. He looked great. Styles and Tazz never even mentioned he was an ex-ECW champ. Looks like he was misused mostly, probably for the better. TNA ho!
Whatcha gonna do when Mahkan-mania runs wild all over you?
Originally posted by StampedeFan23I just watched the match he had with CM Punk from a few weeks ago. He looked great. Styles and Tazz never even mentioned he was an ex-ECW champ. Looks like he was misused mostly, probably for the better. TNA ho!
I would be quite surprised if he wound up there. He was there once as part of an ECW group of rebels who were never called out AS ECW but hinted at strongly, and spent a bunch of time fighting Jerry Lynn.
I seem to remember the matches being okay, but at the end of the day, it was only Justin Credible against Jerry Lynn - and both of them bore me to tears.
Of course he doesn't own a fax machine............he used the one at Target.
I think he's an idiot, he goes from getting compliments from Vince for his matches with Punk, to no-showing and leaking info to sheets. You would think he would look across the locker room at Stevie Richards and say "wow, stevie has been here almost a decade and not screwed up, I wish I was like him." Bad PJ, bad bad bad, back to high school gyms and armory's for you............idiot.
Originally posted by Dexley's Midnight JoggerJust a note: As of right now, he is still listed on the roster on WWE.com (in the "Extremists" section). Usually they post news of a release before other websites do.
Maybe he leaked it to the sheets before it could be officially announced.
That's a very good point, CruelAngel. At the beginning of 2000 their core main eventers were down to Triple H, The Rock, and Foley. Foley had planned to retire months prior, but his ego (quite understandably)