There are some Smackdown spoilers here, so beware! BEWAAAARE!!
Now that's over with, let's examine the RAW & Smackdown rosters: Brock Lesnar [RAW] Chris Nowinski [RAW] Jazz [RAW] Deacon Batista [SD] Jamie Noble [SD] Maven [SD] Nidia [SD] Randy Orton [SD] Rico [SD] John Cesa (formerly known as Prototype) [SD]
All these competitors have either debuted or come into their own during the past year. Is the WWF trying to FINALLY build up new blood after seeing The Rock and Stone Cold gone for a while? And which of these new guys are good? WHY? Let's hype up the HOT YOUNG TALENT, instead of bitching about the UnderSeller or anything else.
Personally, I love Maven. He's the man.
Bart: Hey, immigrants! Beat it! Country's full! Sailor: OK people, you heard the lady. Back into the hold. We'll try Canada. [the immigrants moan] -- "The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson"
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Originally posted by Swordsman YenWHEW! Don't scare me like that! Judging by the title of the thread, I thought one of Russo's biggest storyline failures was coming back.
Hey the whole Newblood vs. Millionares could have really kicked ass. Of course the old guys would actually have to have lost half the matches and sold for the young guys. I really wanted to watch Kidman pin Hogan. And how did WCW mess up having the current ECW champ in their roster? At least they should have had Awesome throw the title in the trash. Looking back WCW had some good ideas they just never followed through with them. Good thing the WWE has that laser like focus.
I just have 13 words for you. How much wood would a woodchuch chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
Cena was AMAZING in the ring with Kurt Angle - I actually believed he might have won. Orton continued to improve in that tag match...but Deacon Batista....oh my god! He is HUGE!!! And that clothesline on Orton was insane!
Yo, it's me, it's me, it's (points to self) P-A-B!
Triple H is like Jenga. The more rounds he has to go through, the more parts just start falling off. It's true. When he hits mid-carders with a dangerous move, it doesn't hurt at all.
Seriously, though: I don't like RVD, but I don't wish him ill.