Originally posted by DOCTOR UNLIKELYAmong the many amazing fourth wall breaking moments by Cole and Josh, two that I haven't seen mentioned are Josh dropping Cole's real name (he mentions receiving a text from Friend of NXT Yolanda Coulthard)
Yesssssssss. Josh says she's used to Cole sleeping during the action or something like that.
and his completely out-of-nowhere, played sincere question to Cole much later of "Hey, do you think that Nick Dapalapadous guy is a real INS Officer?"
I appreciate Cole confirming that he definitely is.
I thought it was odd that Cole didn't make any Eastbound & Down references after the season finale. May I have your attention please, Michael Cole watches Eastbound & Down, he'd like us to know.
NXT Missed Opportunity #4: During the Stand Up For WWE segments, Todd Grisham talked about meeting his wife through the WWE family. A few talking heads later, we get to Drew McIntyre, and he fails to say "I met my wife, who later beat me, here in the WWE!"
ahahaha. she beat him with shovels.
Originally posted by MossGreatlyn ... looked freaking hot as all hell
Kaitlyn went Full Massaro with the hairstyle.
and that tanktop...although I couldn't read exactly what it said. Young Sexy and WHAT?
Originally posted by JustinShapiroThe combo of NXT apathy and international tour apathy sent things off the rails in a way that made previous interNXT episodes look as focused as Cole's Bosnia & Herzogovinian journalism. This must've been a show Vince wasn't even in the building for, and not just because Cole called him "Vince" and not "Mr. McMahon." This was a night of what we in this business of internet threads call "receipts" while they openly mocked and parodied Vince's headset direction
Originally posted by ObserverVince McMahon didn’t go to England for TVs, and this was HHH’s first time basically being in charge in his new role as Vince’s top adviser. The only thing we heard is that things were very different, said in a positive manner.
Kind of depressing to think of the announcers so happy and know that was so ephemeral.
edit: and just for awesomeness in the spirit of NXT,
Todd Grisham, 34, was married on 10/17. About the only wrestling connection is that former WWE announcer and ESPN anchor Jonathan Coachman was in the wedding party (coming out to his WWE entrance music)
Yeah, I would dig Trish in Evolution too. As long as they didn't screw it up. Lately, I have found myself more interested in what the women are doing than most of the men's angles of late. They just seem to do a lot better job with what they are given.