The Cena/Nexus thing has really fizzled out after such a cool start. Fired/Hired/Fired. It has no meaning if John "Grimace" Cena is on every week.
Nod. It does feel like they rushed through the thing. Maybe they got plans for a specific Wrestlemania program but didn't want to drop the Nexus plan completely?
Instead they put it in FF and went through the parts that should have been most interesting in 6-8 weeks instead of 3-4 months...
Raw was a tad long and slow. The Slammy stuff wasn't as awesome as last year imo (though I do think it is becoming a nice end-of-the-year tradition) and the matches in between weren't compelling though we did set up some PPV stuff.
Sing this special song. It's just for you. Batista winning the Meltdown Award would've been awesome if he'd just walked out doing the spotlight shtick, looked disgusted, and dropped the trophy before leaving, all without saying a word.
Alicia Fox, the undefined champion, was robbed since she wasn't even nominated.
70 quotes and no Jericho? Boo-urns.
70 quotation award idea receives and Aksana left off in cold? No ways! Writers will be beaten with shovels!
I called (wished?) it weeks ago, and I'll reiterate: Skip's coming back in time to prove Cena has more than one Nexus member to take out.
EDIT~! The GM is the black Scorpion. You heard it here first.
Here in Toronto, the Apocalypse Wrestling Federation has a good site. They're a pretty popular indy, people follow the wrestlers tightly. This past summer, they did 100 shows in 18 days, which must be some sort of record.