I'm sure it has been said many times, many ways...
Oops, wrong theme.
I do send my sincere thanks for those of you who do the recaps. I'm stuck where the only show I get to see regularly is Smackdown!, and occasionally a snippet of JackedUp on Saturday nights. Other than these two shows, I haven't seen any other wrestling programming since the Raw before WM X-Seven last year. Yet, I feel like I haven't missed much. Reading through the recaps puts me into the action, and I can easily visualize the events taking place. The writing is clear and concise, and unlike other websites who attempt to provide recaps, I can understand what the guys at [slash] are saying.
Perhaps a better moniker for the recaps would be "Replays." A simple recap would be to list the matches, who won, and the finishing moves. You go far beyond that. Every detail is expressed, and as a wrestling fan, I would be lost without it.
Thank you, and Beat L.A.
Just like the Rubik's Cube, the more you play with me, the harder I get...
Actually, HHH mentioned specifically that the win was to be reversed and the match was to be declared as never having happened, as is evident from this quote, borrowed from CRZ's April 17, 2000 RAW recap: