Ironically, that was his first grammatically correct post...sig line not included.
(edited by Bullitt on 27.3.02 1323)
Q: If you could have interviewed Marvin Gaye, where would you have proposed to meet and what would you have asked him?
A: I would have met anywhere as long as it was before his father shot him. I would have asked him, "Hey, don't you think there's some chance that your father might shoot you? To death, I mean?"
Jan 20 (PPV) - Lost Royal Rumble Feb 18 (RAW) - Lost to Kane by pinfall 0-1 Feb 25 (RAW) - Lost to Stone Cold Steve Austin by pinfall 0-2 Mar 3 (SNH) - Lost to Edge by DQ 0-3 Mar 4 (RAW) - Def. (w/Test) Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert by pinfall 1-3 Mar 10 (SNH) - Def. Rikishi by pinfall 2-3 Mar 17 (SNH) - Lost (w/Storm & Test) to Rikishi, Scotty & Albert by pinfall 2-4 Mar 23 (JAK) - Lost (w/Bossman) to APA by pinfall 2-5 Mar 24 (SNH) - Lost to Rob Van Dam by pinfall (IC TItle Match) 2-6 Mar 25 (RAW) - Lost to Tazz by submission 2-7
Originally posted by Medium SexyFrankly, I think we should be calling him "Jobbin' Perfect" in the vein of CRZ's famous "Jobbin' Vampiro" from the old Nitro reports.
Has the guy won a match? I mean, they book him to lose clean to Tazz????
Ah, I knew keeping track of all the matches would come in handy. I've got all the matches dating back to August 19, 2001, in case anyone cares.
Mr. Perfect won a tag team match with Test vs. Scotty 2 Hotty & Albert, and he won a singles match against Rikishi. And um, that's it. That gives him a perfectly horrible record of 2-8, counting the Royal Rumble, not counting the no-decision match against Val Venis the day after.
And it still seems odd to me that Austin looks to be going up against Hall. I like Hall, but it just seems like a push down the card for Stonecold. I don't think the fed could push Austin down the card (permanently anyways) if they wanted to.