Like I said in the WWE.com Chat, that face will be in my nightmares.
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In the opening segment, when listening to the top contenders make their cases for getting the next title shot, did you wonder what they were really saying?
ADR begins: "A destiny can be delayed but it cannot be stopped." = "I planned to ascend, but Rey debated. Can't abide big, nosy pest!"
Then bilingual guy Ricardo Rodriguez chimes in to this mess, says the new champion's name is "ALBERTO DEL RIO!" = "Me? I shall bide my time below radar, smiling, then cause an uproar once this cozy gig ends. So, this hurries it on?"
Well, I thought Mike The Miz said this: "Really? Really, Riley? Really?" = "*I'll* retry it. A harasser like me, though...I'll yell my yield with zeal."
Then, angry black man R-Truth, in lineup too, said (so elegantly, irately): "Yo, what is the deal with all hospital food?!? Yuck!" = "What! Again!?! Why? Y'all need to shut it up or I'll kick little Ronnie's cat and, oh, maybe hurt a goldfish too! Any pets, really!"
Riley: "But what show is this again? It's...??? Is this Smackdown? Where do I belong? I cannot keep track of my home." = Rey: "So, check out my big bad mask, kid. It has the show's name on it. In a pinch, it's how I will not forget. See...RAW."
Originally posted by Mr ShhThen, angry black man R-Truth, in lineup too, said (so elegantly, irately): "Yo, what is the deal with all hospital food?!? Yuck!" = "What! Again!?! Why? Y'all need to shut it up or I'll kick little Ronnie's cat and, oh, maybe hurt a goldfish too! Any pets, really!"
These are always so great.
There's some WWE anagram game set to take place on Twitter. Go show them how it's done.
Scott beat me to the question of when has Kane ever had a great match -- namely never. Which isn't to knock him (explicitly), but just in response to the statement that "Kane can easily be carried to a great match.