It won't be Rhyno, since he's hosting the WWE New York party. The last spot can go to Chuck Palumbo, Tajiri, Crash Holly, Jamie Noble, Nunzio or....Stone Cold?
(edited by Big Bad on 10.1.03 1251) "If you go out with a girl and they say she has a great personality, she's ugly. If they tell you a guy works hard, he can't play a lick. Same thing." -- Charles Barkley
I'm getting a little pissed at this now. WWE did the same thing with Raw and Confidential when they promised something and then just didn't mention it at all. It's pretty bush league to put something in your preview and then just not make any mention of it on the show. As it is, WWE.com only puts like 2 matches or segments on their preview page, and they can't even deliver on em? Pff.
This one works out in our favor, cause thanks to them not telling us what they said they would tell us, we still have a chance to be surprised in the Rumble. In the end, I'd rather know about 10-15 main guys in it, and don't tell us the rest. It would be dumb to announce 15 names on Smackdown, cause you know at least 1 or 2 won't be in it when match times comes. This could be a good year for surprise entrants...
WrestleMania XIX - Raw Main Event - Who is toughest??
I'll put Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjaman in the 2 spots. I would also take out Los Guererros and Cena/B2 because I think they will wrestle each other at the PPV. In theire places I think they will put in Nathon Jones and Rey Mysteio. I'm also wondering who the "Elimination Man" will be. Last year it was The Undertaker and this year I say it will be Nathon Jones.
First you forget names, then you forget faces. Next you forget to pull your zipper up and finally, you forget to pull it down.
This is what bugs me about the Rumble in addition to SD! failing to give us fans the goods. According to what's being reported elsewhere on the net, the Royal Rumble match is going to be cut down to an essentially half-hour format. Need I ask-- WTF?! I know that it might eliminate those points in time wher nobody but one person is in the ring, but c'mon, now? So not only will we only see 15 wrestlers from each brand compete, but now the match itself gets cut to half the time? I know WWE did this before, but yeesh!
What do you do with all the talent that's not going to be used? This is one of WWE's major PPV shows for goodness' sake. If they were planning to do this all along, they probably could have done two Rumble royals, one for each brand.
I'm just confused now. And, overall, a bit discouraged from wanting to order the show now.
David Crockett sez it best, folks: "Look at 'im, Tony! Look at 'im!"
I enjoyed the show this week. It was pretty straightforward, not too stupid (except for the very end -- I'll get to that), and had a little bit of good wrestling in it. It will be interesting to see how ROH's PPV affects TNA in the future.