Shin Strife says...
Me would be seing RVD to the El Paso Lasso...just was so funny to see I suppose*shrug*
Mattitude(ma't-e-toodeh'): Mattitude, is something that can not be taught or learned. Mattitude is something that burns within. In the ring, Mattitude is the intangible, the x-factor, that gives Matt Hardy Ver.1 an advantage over everyone else.
I, as Matt Hardy, won the Undisputed Title from The Undertaker at Backlash. Earlier in the night, Billy Gunn won #1 contendership by defeating Jeff Hardy.
On the SmackDown just before Judgment Day, Billy came down to the ring and started kicking my ass. But down the aisle came Jeff, to come to my rescue. The Hardy Boyz double-suplexed Billy, and I was like, “Hey, cool, my brother's coming out to cover my ass.”
The next thing Matt felt was a steel chair swung into his head (courtesy of Jeff), and the next thing he saw, apparently, was the face of a nurse in the hospital the next day. (No, that last part didn't literally happen, it just looked like somewhat of a stiff chair shot.)
So, the son of a bitch Jeff turns heel on Matt for once, instead of the other way around.
Anyway, Judgment Day became a triple-threat match against Jeff and Billy, which was fine with me 'cuz I still won.
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Any time the ref *accidentally* double-teams me with my opponent (I've been suplexed by Earl Hebner..Bret, eat your Hart out) is always both funny and annoying.
However, my all-time favorite part was when Rico got a hardcore championship cage match match with Bradshaw and just annihilated him. I don't know why, it just amused the hell out of me. That, and then he beat Bradshaw and Farooq in a handicap match. I guess I'm easily amused.
Triple H is a dead ringer for "Buzzer" of the Dreadnoks. Just give him some mirror shades and teach him to say "Blimey, Zartan".