Originally posted by fuelinjectedIt's almost laughable the way they dropped the ball with Eddy Guerrero. It's like it doesn't matter how over a guy gets, they already have it set in their minds who's a Main Eventer and who's not.
Eddy's initial appearance on the show last night got a great pop. Anyone know if that was authentic or sweetened audio?
Sakoda's not good at all though but hopefully Yang can carry that team although I wasn't overly impressed with Yang in All Japan. He had Kaz Hayashi to carry the team there.
Yang was a great team player with WCW's Jung Dragons and TNA's Flyin Elvises. Any opportunity to see him pop off double- and triple-team moves is fine with me.
"To be the man, you gotta beat demands." -- The Lovely Mrs. Tracker
Well, while they're at it, bring in Kaz Hayashi, Kendo Ka Shin and the awesome Dick Togo. If you want to do a cool Japanese mafia angle, go all the way, and get them all to jump Angle, and the icon of pop America, John Cena. Yeah!
I think it's too early to say that they dropped the ball w/Eddie, it looks to me like they're building up an angle where he goes through a period of frustration, then starts whooping ass like never before.
Do we really need more than one recap in a single thread, or any at all?
Originally posted by Shem the PenmanWas I the only one who found Kurt's shiny singlet as disturbing as Mark Henry's infamous white outfit? Just a little TOO much definition there, guy...
Really? To my delicate sensibilities, I found Kurt's new singlet to be absolutely splendid from the back, & perfectly fine from the front. Not inappropriate. (Jeez, with the Mark Henry one, we had both detailed topography, and considerable jostling. No-no-no-no-no. Bleh.) No, Kurt's was quite nice.
Which one of the Japanese Mafia guys is which?
Do we know who takes over the gorilla/guerrilla position when Vince isn't doing it? (Like when he's spending the evening in the Skybox.)
Originally posted by oldschoolhero"Majority of people can't (nor care enough) to tell them apart, and they are the ones that beat Los Guerreros."
That's nobody's fault but the fans. The two guys have totally different builds and totally different faces; if you haven't got the attention span to tell 'em apart then you should stick to Sesame Street.
Wow, how did I miss that. You also forgot to add that Danny's the whacky one! You know all those whacky characteristics Danny has that his not so whacky brother Doug doesn't.
So excuse me as I go back to watch some Sesame Street. Bert and Ernie, Ernie is so whacky. How Do I know? Because those puppets actually have a character and a personality.
Speaking of puppets, you sure you don't work for the WWE offices. It's mine (and fans) fault because WWE puts out a tag team out of the blue who's only hook is that they rub up against Shaniqua... Shaniqua is pretty cool, Bashams? whatever, their decent in the ring but nothing behind them to make me care one way or the other. Maybe the titles will get them over. But most of the time when you throw a title to get someone over it just drags the title down.
(edited by Net Hack Slasher on 25.10.03 1013) Me fail English? That's unpossible
You did nothing to change what I said earlier. You not caring about the Bashams is one thing, but putting the blame on WWE because YOU can't tell them apart....well, that's really stretching. And yeah, the Bashams are pretty bland-but they're getting over. They've been given more interview time in the past tne days than the four months preceding them, their ring-work can only get better and they've got a strong corner-woman. As far as I'm concerned, WWE have done a better job with these two than the innumerable colorless players they've introduced then gimmicked up later (John Cena, Randy Orton, Orlando Jordan, Brian Kendrick).
Originally posted by DavrosWell, while they're at it, bring in Kaz Hayashi, Kendo Ka Shin and the awesome Dick Togo. If you want to do a cool Japanese mafia angle, go all the way, and get them all to jump Angle, and the icon of pop America, John Cena. Yeah!
Hayashi is practically Mutohcito right now, nearly impossible to get unless AJ folds and even then I think New Japan etc. would be dumb not to pick him up.
never liked Mr. Juji.
I dunno if Togo would come back and he left far earlier than TAKA...
Caught some of the show. - The triple threat to start the show was excellent, and IMHO was the right one to start the show with. I also like how Cole finally said "I'll admit; Daniel Bryan is the real deal".