He's hurt again. He messed his shoulder up. They don't know how serious it is, but this still sucks! He was back on house shows and probably woulda been back on TV within a couple weeks. Hopefully, it's something minor.
Dammit! I only wished they'd had him on tv earlier! Oh, well these things happen, but it still sucks. I didn't really know this guy's body of work (except for Positively Kanyon) before the Invasion and he ended up being my favorite guy from the old WCW. I even went to the trouble of getting the "Best of Kanyon" set of tapes, and boy those weren't easy to find. And after being acquianted with his full body of work I was REALLY looking forward to this guy's return. I'll say it again...DAMN!
An open letter to Andrew Gilkison from me: Sir, I am no longer pleased with your product and thus will not read it. I am the consumer and your product is not living up to my expectations. I could open up an Andrew Gilkison message board and cry about it, but that's a waste of my time. In the meantime, I would suggest you work on improving your product. Thank you.
Watching RAW and Smackdown doesn't cost anymore than your posts do. And so, like a good consumer, I'm tuning you out.
Since it's Kanyon anyway, and I'm feeling verbose: Are they really going to run and Awesome/Kanyon team? I personally think that would be a kick ass duo, and would add some fresh(ish) faces to the tag ranks. Plus, Kanyon could get a haircut and Awesome could become Awesome Mullet again. THen they could introduce them punking out Rocky for making fun of Eddy's mullet last night. Ha~!
"I'm bi a lot of things, but lingual's not one of them."
Thankfully Kanyon escaped being brought down by the whole Invasion angle through his injury. He'd have been another midcarder who everyone saw as a complete joke if he'd been stuck sharing time with everyone else. Maybe now they'll have an idea of what to do with him...
And of course, like WCW so perfectly illustrated, booking to spike the ratings is a foolproof idea, a guaranteed moneymaker! Please, dosen't anyone backstage remember how much of a long and slow process winning back the audience took the last time.