Originally posted by RYDER FAKINI have to wonder how Jake felt being introduced by a guy he openly calls Jeriblow?"
Although Honky, like Zenk, usually cancels out his valid points with bitter cheap shots that hurt his credibility, I was thinking myself about how Jericho must have felt, considering Jake's rabid criticism of Jericho's abilities.
Well, I'd imagine Jericho makes much, much, much more money than The Snake did during his prime, and works less than he does. And is less coked up. And has a better relationship with his wife and kids. So...yeah.
Since both guys were getting a paycheck for the night, I doubt either really cared. These guys may not always post nicknames about others on their websites, but they don't go around thinking "Wow, what a great bunch of guys I get to work with. I love you guys."
There's plenty worse feelings between people on both shows that put it behind them when it's time to work. Thinking someone who's paid a lot more than you ever were is overrated isn't the worst thing going on.
How did Jake the Snake age 40 years in less than ten? Yeah, I guess that is what coke does to ya.
Shelton Benjamin IS the man; I have been saying it and will continue to say it until he gets one of those threads that are like. "Wow Shelton Benjamin rocks" "yeah he's the man" "You're right, he IS the man" just like Batista got. Maybe people just flipped to the Shopping Network during his matches, but he has BEEN good. Ok, thats enough ranting about Shelton.
I wonder if Gene is going to keep assisting Evolution (or Hunter and Ric as the group is also known) and eventually get over like Randy. Could happen; he's already getting a bigger storyline push than SHELTON BENJAMIN!
Oh well, thats all I hafta say. woot! Only a million seconds left til Mania!
ANDRE THINKING: Its alright, as long as I dont touch him, he cant Hulk up. Mua ha ha! ...hm, what do I do now?
I really like the idea. With the rosters as large as they were there is no reason to fill the shows with jobber matches. You could do some small storylines that lead up to the opening match on the PPV's.