And people bitch about the WWF not being professionals.
According to the homeboys at the Torch, Lita had a serious neck injury when one of the stunt women dropped her on her head. Och! Apperantly, she has trouble moving her head which is bad considering her move set. Accordingly, her role on Dark Angel has been reduced.
I have a question, why does the semi-attractive girl on Dark Angel get a stunt person, but Lita doesn't?
Originally posted by A Fan I have a question, why does the semi-attractive girl on Dark Angel get a stunt person, but Lita doesn't?
I guess because the "semi-attractive" girl is the star of the show, while the ugly girl isn't. If only the producers saw Lita's hurracanrana attempt on Rico from a few weeks ago, they probably would've reconsidered having her do her own stunts.
"Say 'what' again. SAY 'WHAT' AGAIN! I dare you, I double dare you, motherf--ker! Say 'what' one more goddamn time!" -- Samuel L. Jackson, Pulp Fiction (1994)
"I tell you what, why don't you say 'what' if you like to sleep with your own sister." -- Undertaker, 4/1/02 RAW, putting an annoying fad in its place
You know, I was wondering why she was favoring her arm on RAW. I guess now I know. But you have to wonder if someone with a "serious neck injury" should be anywhere close to the ring (because she was definately favoring her arm, doesn't look like she is fully recovered to me).
The Rick on OO reported she suffered a stinger on the set of Dark Angel on his April 15th report before RAW (stating she suffered the injury the previous week). He also reported that she was favoring her arm at house shows over the weekend. I just happened to notice her favoring her arm on RAW that night (I hadn't read Rick's report as of yet, so I didn't know as I was watching RAW).
If she suffered a totally different injury on 4/18, then we were talking about two different incidents (and also means working on "Dark Angel" must be an especially rough gig). I was speculating since she was still favoring her arm that maybe they had decided it was something more than just a stinger (or at least, they should start to think it may be more than that). Apparently it was a different incident altogether.
Nunzio d. Akio with a cradle in the Heat match. Good, but rushed. Crowd got in to the nearfalls at the end. Both men worked hard. The show opened with no pyro. That's right: NO pyro. That's quite bush-league, I must say.