Here's pictures from my 3rd row seats at the Saginaw, Michigan Smackdown House Show from Saturday. Good show, I must say. I and the girlfriend had a good time. It was her first live show and she doesn't really like wrestling, and never watches Smackdown with me, but she said she had a great time. Watching Finlay work the crowd was a thing of beauty. He went probably 10 minutes just walking around the ring picking fights with fans at ringside and really brought everybody into the match. So here's the pics. Enjoy.
InDEED (on both parts). Speaking of which: Monte, how was that Crazy/Moore/Funaki triple threat match? I'm surprised The E doesn't do more of those for the Cruiserweight Division.
Also, I might've missed it on TV (since I usually miss Smackdown), but Shannon Moore's still going with the "Prince of Punk" look, eh? I'm torn...while I like that he at least has a look that seperates him from other smallish long-haired wrestlers, I also think at times it just looks incredibly goofy.
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The match itself was pretty good, but nothing spectacular. It was kept pretty short, so there wasn't a lot of time for them to do much. I thought it interesting that Shannon Moore WAS introduced as "The Prince of Punk" Shannon Moore, and Jamie Knoble was introduced as "The Redneck Messiah" in his tag match.
This is something I've been wondering about for weeks now, but what the hell is London and Kendrick's gimmick? They've starting wearing the same ring gear, including those goofy looking masks, but I just can't figure out what their deal is. Any ideas?
I don't know what their "gimmick" is with the masks other than it's the happy/sad drama symbol, but on their shorts is the name "Hooliganz", so I think that's supposed to be their tag team name, even if WWE hasn't mentioned it.
Another latecomer... I was a Cena fan already, then he has to break out the SWEET retro New England Patriots (my favorite team) jersey of #73 John Hannah. Then he talks in a interview about wearing a Syracuse hat for years (my alma mater).