Boy, I'll tell 'ya... That Nash boy needs to cut that effeminate long hair, dye it silver and come back as OZ.
If nothing else it'd give the WWE a chance to bring back the unexpectedly kickass team of OZ and Lyger!
I would say how much it sucks to take time out of your day to tell someone how much their post sucks without responding to the post itself... But that would suck too... Then we'd have a vast, spinning vortex of suck with no end in sight...
Two hours later they decided to stop at a diner Because they loved the smell of eggs and coffee I just had to smoke a cigarette and wear a hat By the time that they set off again, the sun was starting to set It made the sky look red like a nuclear ray One of them said "what do you want more than anything in this whole wide world Do you want money, do you want sex, or do you want all that success?" I thought about that one myself (Then they came upon the thing)
From, "The Church of Logic, Sin and Love" by The Men
Originally posted by EastCoastAvengerI would say how much it sucks to take time out of your day to tell someone how much their post sucks without responding to the post itself... But that would suck too... Then we'd have a vast, spinning vortex of suck with no end in sight...
A Kevin Nash discussion with old gimmicks and tag partners and NO MENTION OF BIG SKY?!?!?!?
How dare you. How dare ALL of you!
I jumped into this Nash thread so I'll respond here. IMO, Kevin Nash returning as Big Daddy Cool could definitely bring in more mileage than his return as nWo Big Sexy because, for one thing, the Diesel personality is divorced from the nWo one, even though Wolfpak Nash evolved from Diesel. This also allows WWE to backtrack on some WWE-centric Nash history. If Nash is healthy, the Diesel return will be pretty damn cool, if handled CORRECTLY (big if there).
I might get flamed for this, but I would totally dig a reprise of a Diesel-Undertaker feud. (here we go-- fantasy booking-- ) What if they played up 'fabe, and Diesel (as a heel) could rant about how, even though so many years passed from the point that he was ousted by Taker at WM XII, that loss still consumes him. And imagine if Diesel, as a heel, starts taking issue with Vince for the distant past and the recent past. Involve some younger lower-tiered wrestlers, create a chaotic situation wher the lines of good and bad are blurred, and hell, there might be some interesting TV out of it. You never know!
Point is, WWE can take Nash's direction anywhere they want to. They should come up with a way where Nash's involvement doesn't involve HHH or HBK right away. Let something between the Kliqsters simmer and brew for a while before the chaos ensues.
David Crockett sez it best, folks: "Look at 'im, Tony! Look at 'im!"
So I didn't get the dialogue quite right and did not expect them to allow Heyman to discuss Punk by name, but, to quote Ric Flair and Mr. Perfect, "I'm not the kind of guy to say I told you so, but, WOOOOOOOOOOOO, I told you so."