I hope it's worth it -- and the Austin arrival better be damn worth the wait. If it works out, I give the WWEeeee kudos for getting viewers into a fever pitch, because they were chanting pretty good in Columbus for him at the end. Also, at least Uncle Eric was built up better for NWO than the WCW days. Was it just me, or did you think there was going to be something hidden in Eric's karate shoe that would have flown out into the crowd during a high-kick?
Anyway, I'll still mark out for that and the 6-man tag. Yanno, since "both" feds are "sponsoring" the show, why not have a Jericho/Eddie love-fest now that it allegedly looks like Jericho/Test is a no-go?
"We had four couples, eight questions, a refrigerator and that's it." --Chuck Barris, talking about The Newlywed Game on LIVE! With Regis and Kelly
I just got my invite over to the boys' house to catch No Way Out. At first I was hesitant... it's a pretty unspectacular card, I thought. And then they added Taker/Big Show, and how could I say no!??!?!?!
I'm totally stoked for this PPV. Every one of the Feb. PPV's seems to have at least one great moment.
1996- Shawn/Owen in a killer match 1997- Final Four match between Austin, Vader, Taker, and Bret 1998-Wild 8 man tag main event that saw Cactus Jack break out the barbed wire 1999-Austin. McMahon. Cage. Big Show. Need I say more? 2000-HHH retires Foley in a Hell in a Cell match. 2001-Austin/HHH 2/3 falls...easy match of the year. Also a pretty sweet Trish/Steph match is in here as well. 2002-The WWE return of Hogan
What memory will we be talking about in the years to come? Get the PPV to find out!
"I loved the part about Hulk competing with Stallone and Arnold. That was too much." Well that's at least what Hogan was *trying* to do back then. He wasn't very successful, but those were the big guns he tried to overcome.