I thought that was humorous. I read he's dropped some weight, so who knows? Perhaps he becomes the bodyguard for La Res? If they don't involve him with those two, well I just don't see any other role he could have. Or, maybe the WWE didn't want to ship one of the OVW'ers across the border and decided to use a local big name. On a random tangent, if they would bring back one of the Quebecers, wouldn't it have been "fabulous" to have Jacques Rougeau as the mouthpiece for La Resistance? Random Franco-Canadian thought #2: when will the announcers stop referring to La Res's finisher as a flapjack when "Piece de Resistance" is right there waiting for them?
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Personally, I think this would rule. Then again, Pierre Carl Oulette's been one of my guilty pleasure wrestlers ever since I saw him do a top rope somersault senton at his weight. Sweet fuck, was that impressive back in the day.
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I can't remember what he does but Oulette has had a real job for a number of years now. Not that he wouldn't get biten by the wrestling bug again and go back but its seems like they just used him because he was a hometown guy.
Whenever the Quebecers are brought up, I can't help but remember WCW's brilliance of signing the aging team and renaming them, "The Amazing French Canadians".
The World title belt made it's WWE debut two weeks after Summerslam '02. The split/RAW PPVS since then have indeed always featured HHH in the World Title match. 2002: Unforgiven - HHH d. Rob Van dam No Mercy - HHH d.