I think its obvious that Tenay is better off in the second or third bananna role, and that the other two, Don and Ed (doing his best Raven impression) add little to the broadcast, saying nearly nothing until the Johnsons match.
Which one is Daffney?
Edit: No intoxicated wrestlers...but what about Scott Hall???
(edited by Whitebacon on 19.6.02 1747) When my time on earth is done, and my activities have passed. I want they bury me upside down, so my critics can kiss my ass. Bobby Knight
Well, that was...interesting. I guess it wasn't horrible, but I think I'm just more confused than anything after watching it. I wouldn't necessarily be opposed to getting another one, but I'm not buying them all. Too bad they couldn't just charge a flat rate of $20 for a month's worth. That'd be nice...
"You better get his ass outta here before I get up"- Undertaker
Overall ... well, there were some good matches (I admit I laughed at the Flying Elvis Impersonators, and the match was fun, and I liked York 'n' Matthews vs. the Dupps), but there was just too much dead air for my taste -- the Toby Keith music performance, the time wasted for each and every woman to do the Miss America walk down to the ring just to stand around while Francine and Electra gabbed, and the midget match. And if the Johnsons don't make Worst Tag Team in the RSPW awards this year on the strength of the concept alone, there is no justice.
Still, the first hour was at least watchable. But they flushed it away in the second hour. That was easily the shittiest Royal Rumble (or whatever the heck they called it) I ever saw. No one was putting any effort into it. It was all run in, do a move or two, and then sit around the ring pretending to be winded or stunned.
(Daffney is the one with pink hair. And she's still hot. Sigh.)
I dunno what insiders you hang with. The business was massively exposed long before summer 2001, so much that I don't think seeing people learn how to bump affects the mystique of a wrestling match all that much.