What I found funny was that the crowd took the whole Bichoff going crazy about how RAW rocked as a face thing and started to pop. Than when Edge speared him the crowd was confused with whether to pop or boo... so they just shut up and made his debut SUCK...
Originally posted by XManiac24Haha...Bulletproof, my man. Bulletproof.
BEFORE, they had meaning because otherwise, people wouldn't really have cared to show how much I was wrong.
NOW, they have no meaning and never had any in the first place because I am right.
Seriously, can anyone ever win on here? Or does everyone just hate to get shown up? I'll take the latter. Everyone should be more like me and say when they have been bested. I've done it before on here, c'mon I know everyone else can too. Be like the Maniac, everyone.
I win on this one, my friends. Just give me my moment, and we can move on.
Oh and about the incoherent ramblings...I'd go with the Ultimate Conservative...er, Warrior.
Um, really, what the fuck are you talking about? WHAT had meaning? Really, make a statement that fucking relates to the topic, and incorporate whatever "point" you are trying to make. Saying "I was right! BLAH BLAH BLAH" doesn't really say anything, or reiterate your opinions.
EDIT: (I had to go find the post you were blabbing about earlier, four pages or so back, since nobody has really repsonded to it much) ANYHOW, the title on RAW is the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. Not the WCW title. Besides that fact, WCW is no longer in existance, so, that belt may as well be the old AWA silver platter, since it doesnt really matter WHERE it came from, it matters WHAT it stands for, which is, the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP.
If you wanted to use your "logic" about belts, the SMACKDOWN version isnt a WWE belt either, sine it was a MERGED belt between WCW and WWF.
But, whatever, if the use of a belt that was used in another promotion really bothers you that much, perhaps you would be better off not watching. This whole monday night thing that we all sit and talk for hours on end about, its all make believe! It isnt real! Just thought I would let you know!
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I couldn't understand a word you just said, but it sounds like you're pissed.
I'd pay more attention if you had any idea of what I have been discussing in ANY of my posts.
If you have anything else to say, privately message me, there isn't a need to go on and on flaming each other.
Sarcasm : 1. A cutting, often ironic remark intended to wound. 2. A form of wit that is marked by the use of sarcastic language and is intended to make its victim the butt of contempt or ridicule. 3. The use of sarcasm
See! When I called your posts "insightful" (Showing or having insight; perceptive.) and "intelligent" (1. Having intelligence. 2. Having a high degree of intelligence; mentally acute. 3. Showing sound judgment and rationality: 4. Appealing to the intellect.) I was using SARCASM. Sorry you didn't comprehend that.
I'm going to do this a little different today for this occasion. First, I will have the picks, then the program in general, so this will be pretty short today.
Picks: Dupree to Smackdown -> Hopefully the WWE could follow my advice about him, use him right and he will contend for the title in the near future.
Benjamin to Raw -> Interesting...next question...will be a Bubba (title contender) or D-Von (put in a semi-jobber, primary Heat competitor)? Hopefully the earlier.
Jindrak to Smackdown -> I had to laugh when Heyman said that he is breaking up a supergroup and he said Jindrak. Yeah, a supergroup of 2.
Nidia to Raw -> Finally, an improvement to the women's division, and another reason to be annoyed by Lawler.
HHH to Smackdown -> Classic HHH spitting the water. This blew my prediction for after WMXX right out the window, like my NCAA bracket. But, they need a big-time champ after Lesner left.
Rhyno to Raw -> OK, not much to say
RVD to Smackdown -> See the end of this section for my thoughts.
Tajiri to Raw -> Well, Akio & Sakoda, welcome to Jobberville.
Theodore Long to Smackdown -> Who can he manage in Smackdown.
Edge to Raw -> Surprised by that, and a good one too.
Spike to Smackdown -> See end of section, but this included. Good news: He can actually wrestle against others who are in his own league. Bad news: They could put him against the Big Show for the next few weeks.
Heyman to Raw, and then quitting -> What was that?
Dupree/Jericho -> OK, the ending went so fast that I missed it.
Kane/Rico -> Squash, Rico spent more time in the ring than the match itself.
Christian/Spike -> Actually a very competitive match. Spike, keep your shirt on. We are still in disbelief about Trish.
Booker T/RVD vs Evolution -> Flair has been so predictable. Chop, chop, get chopped, get whipped to turnbuckle, backdropped, get punched, Flair Flop, get on knees, beg for mercy, poke in eye (my dad predicted it before it happened), chop, get opponent on mat, climb on top rope, get thrown off. Every time I see it, I have to yell out "No, you idiot, don't go up there." Nice match, originally surprised that there were no friction between RVD & Booker after match, but it was predictable when RVD was drafted by Smackdown.
Benoit/Rhyno -> Gee, weren't they tag team partners like, last year? OK match.
Guerrero/HHH -> Good match, but the megabrawl was hilarious. Here I am, listening to Cole & Tazz do the match, and the next thing I hear, JR & King are talking. Then it goes back and forth all the way to the end.
A fun one to watch this week.
Same rules apply for me this week, tape Smackdown while watching NCAA basketball, probably won't get it to Monday. I got to see what's left of my Final Four (my champ Kentucky got KO'd last Sunday, ruining my chances of winning). By next week, I should be back to a normal schedule, until vacation for a week this summer, and then the NFL in the fall.
Originally posted by saturn93Benjamin to Raw -> Interesting...next question...will be a Bubba (title contender) or D-Von (put in a semi-jobber, primary Heat competitor)? Hopefully the earlier.
Good lord god, I would hope he's a lot more successful than either of them were.
Benjamin could be a great heel (has that smarmy smile)
Haas could really go either way (meaning heel or face), he could become Angle's pet project (use Angle to help him get over while Angle is out injured) or you could have him go face (have him get over the fact that he dedicated his career to his brother who died, Russ, who was his first tag team partner (talk about writing his brother's name on the tape and his days with his brother)) this would give him a way to connect with the fans and it gives Haas a nice back story
Both of these guys are gonna be at worst above average and I wouldn't be shocked that both of them end up as ME guys
"I'm not that big, but I'm fast, I'm pretty sure I can outrun the whole Dallas Cowboys team." --high school senior RB (and possible future Boomer Sooner) Adrian Peterson on his thoughts on his chances in the NFL
Am I the only person who hope this kid signs into the NFL and Roy Williams and Parcells get to let that comment stew for the next 7 months?
Originally posted by Venom did we ever get that Rhyno vs. RVD blowoff match before the company folded?
For what it's worth, these two had a really interesting interaction at the Bagels/Biceps/Etc breakfast held before WrestleMania. They were sitting at exact opposite ends of the table (raw was on one side, SD on the other) and they were kinda trash talking back and forth, talking about the fact that they never did get to settle the score. It was entertaining
Also, RVD, Rhyno, and Hardcore Holly (possibly others, I don't remember) were really talking up wanting to bring the Hardcore division back. Just another interesting note.
At some point, you might as well just tell the whole story about that weekend in full. :)
Originally posted by Blanket JacksonAt some point, you might as well just tell the whole story about that weekend in full. :)
I figured I didn't really want to bore everyone with the whole story... Especially since, it was a long weekend, and would be a long story. That statement just reminded me of the RVD/Rhyno interaction, so I thought I'd mention it. I can stop if its getting old...if that's what you meant :)
I think the lesson that Lesnar-Holly teaches us is that if fans are skeptical of a rushed main event contender and his push, not only will the match be shat upon, but he will lose enough heat to make subsequent matches a nonstarter.