I'd like to personally apologise for the crappiest audience ever for WWE in Phoenix. I was over on the fixed camera side, which is always quieter, but I was trying to do my part. Dead-dead-dead. No clue what the deal was. Usually we *adore* us our HBK, & we should have been all over Ric Flair -- audience was to busy randomly woo-ing to pay attention to the segment. Throughout, we were just bad.
(Cena was totally polite & also so totally right to come out after-show" "Wha? Did I get on the wrong bus & end up in Tucson???" (Not that Tucson is necessarily a bad crowd -- the building is well less than half the capacity for wrestling!)
I didn't think we were that bad. Not as good as other Phoenix shows, maybe, but not dead. We were probably just worn out from that HUGE six-man tag on Heat!
Originally posted by JustinShapiroI wouldn't turn Jericho heel until after Wrestlemania, otherwise it would get lost in the shuffle.
If they weren't going to do it last night, then there is no reason to do it until either at Mania, or when they hit the reset button the night after Mania. Seemed though that Jericho worked much better using some heelish tactics last night than he had since his return. It's not a sin that he just is a far superior heel than face. S.D. 'Special Delivery' Jones, screwed again.
An F5 is actually the strongest classification for a tornado on the Fujita scale. The Saffir-Simpson scale measures hurricanes, and incidentally Category 5 is the highest classification for that scale.