Originally posted by OMEGAI liked the Orton/Hunter confrontation. However, they are rushing this feud WAAAAAAAY too much. They were supposed to fight at WrestleMania. Now they're match is taking place 6 months earlier, after a month of buildup. I just don't understand that booking.
It probably means WWE doesn't think Orton is ready for a Mania Main Event, even if they think he should get the title now. And they'd be right. This feud does not have the juice to go to March.
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I will always believe that the best wrestling wedding was Macho Man and Miss Elizabeth at SummerSlam 91. Besides the fact that there was a Jailhouse Match between Bossman and the Mountie where the loser went directly to jail the Wedding was wonderful. Unfortunately, if memory serves, The Undertaker crashed the reception and beat the hell out of everybody.
Monsoon: Ted Arcidi's gonna drop by. Brain: What a jerk. Monsoon: He's buying dinner. Brain: Oh, that Ted Arcidi. He's a wonderful human being.
The best wedding/angle was Steph and Triple H. Honestly, no one was expecting that swerve. It was off the charts awesome in my view. The other weddings didnt do much for me. The only good thing from the Macho/Liz wedding was Heenan's commentary during it.
BTW, Undertaker didnt beat anyone up after the wedding. He had a snake in a box as one of the wedding gifts.
Originally posted by Kane Is UglyBTW, Undertaker didn't beat anyone up after the wedding. He had a snake in a box as one of the wedding gifts.
That was Jake who put the snake in a gift box...Taker was just his protege' at that point in time. And it was all stemmed from the Bachelor Party segment on Prime Time a week prior where Jake was more or less told he wasn't welcome. So that was his motivation story-wise. So essentially, he was pissed at Macho for being kept away from free booze/drugs.
I love shoot angles not meant to be shoot angles. :P
Since the Steph/HHH wedding involved both Steph and Test, it can never rate as a great angle.
The best wedding angle swerve was Billy and Chuck, with Eric Bishoff as the creepy old man minister, and the ceremony lasting 3 minutes too long. Of course, Jamal's career lasted little more than 3 minutes anyway, but for surprise value, its not often that they intentionally break kayfabe IN THE RING. (Edge and/or Christian explaining backstage they are waiting patiently to do what's called a "run-in" was the best moment ever)
Back to this week, were Kane's "threats" to Lita that she is his property and will never see freedom again, etc. intended to give him heel heat? I think that it was something married wrestling fans would love to say to their own wives (who are too busy adoring idiot male Raymond in the other room), Kane is going through another face turn. Either way, he's been entertaining as hell
And Ringmistress, is it a secret that you are actually the cute midget flowergirl? ... Yum - she was cuter and a better actress than all the diva search contestants...
Highlights: Test and RVD made sure that Brock tasted a lot of their arsenal, including the Big Boot and the 5-Star, before putting him over. Nidia is like Bill Alphonso, without the whistle but with breasts and lust in her eyes.