First off, to answer the big question on everyone's mind about Six Flags this week - Jillian showed up with a big band-aid on her face to cover up her Smackdown scar.
Okay, the next question on everyone's mind would be, did the Boogeyman show up? Answer - no.
Okay, seriously, probably the biggest question is, how did Dan Puder do with Brent Albright in their match? It was a pretty rushed match, with Puder and Albright hitting some traditional mat wrestling moves and Puder throwing in a couple of punches and kicks that were more "ultimate fighting" in tradition. Match ran for about four or five minutes when Albright broke out of the keylock and put Puder into the crowbar, forcing Puder to tap out. Ken Anderson then ran in to help Dan Puder beat up on Albright, followed by everyone else backstage to run into the ring.
Puder didn't stink up the ring or anything, but you could tell that they weren't expecting him to do anything beyond what he was already known to be capable of.
Ken Anderson and Matt Cappotelli had the longest match of the night, but that was due to Anderson going for the comic heel "I'm leaving, I'm not going back in the ring, I want a time-out" type of thing for long stretches of the match. Matt's partner, Johnny Jeter came out to try to help Matt, but Matt lost the match and Jeter left in disgust.
I think one of the best matches of the night was Beth Phoenix vs. Alexis Laree. It ended oddly, however, with Phoenix getting a quick pin and what appeared to be a legit injury to Alexis causing the quick end there. Seth Skyfire in the second match of the night also appeared to had gotten injured and had blood on his face that the medic wiped off before he left the ring. Hopefully, neither was that serious.
Decent show tonight, but nothing really to write home about.
When Hogan came in from the AWA, the WWE pushed him HUGE by airing promos comparing him to The Hulk and even referring to him as The Hulk from time to time. Marvel understandably was a bit litigious and they came up with the trade-off: