I may be dangerous to the wrestlers, but I must say that I'm going to miss the ring filling full of garbage after every nWo win or beatdown. It was tradition.
Also, what was up with Hall and the Stunner? Did he have that in his moveset ever? If he did, I don't remember it.
"Nobody loves the custodian. I come and I sweep and vacuum for you. When you're in the mood to go to the bathroom, I even disinfect it for you! This is the thanks I get?!? All who defy me shall be dis-infected!"
As far as I can remember, Scott Hall has never done the Stunner before. But a lot of WWF Superstars (notably Angle, Rock and Jericho) have used it against Austin before to build heat against him. So it seems reasonable that Hall would do the same.
The garbage throwing would be great, but it is extraordinarily dangerous, as you pointed out. Remember Bash at the Beach 1996? There was a whole TON of crap in the ring, as Hogan pointed out.
Speaking of which. Hogan was referred to as “Hollywood” Hogan on WWFNoWayOut.com. Wassupwidat?
Hogan was also wearing a "Hollywood" headband last night.
I remember Vince putting Stone Cold in the Stunner too.
Personally, I'd like the NWO to stay the way it is now instead of adding new members. But I guess it might give some of the underutilized talent something to do.
Bill Savage went over to the (Stu Hart) house and one of the Hart kids was running around with his hair wet. Savage asked why his hair was wet. Stu said, "The little bastard broke a vase this morning, so I stuck his head in the toilet. Want me to show you again?" From the Ring Around the Northwest newsletter
In fact, if you had any recollection of at least a few years ago (you know, Clinton was in office, everybody was fretting over the Y2K bug) Hall started doing the chokeslam (THAT'S CHOKESLAM, not uranage), as a means of making fun of the Giant.
And everybody want's continuity in story lines. WHAT'S THE POINT IF YOU CAN'T GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT?
CAN SOMEONE TELL ME..if the ASPCA knows about these Government Mules that JR refers to. Apparently, these poor animals are subjected to awful beatings that are akin to being thrown into steel steps or having their heads smashed against wooden announce tables.br> Michaelangelo
This show featured some stunning moments. Quinton "Rampage" Jackson KO'd Ricardo Arona with a vicious powerbomb. Arona locked Jackson into a triangle, and Jackson just lifted him up and drilled him with a powerbomb.