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TONIGHT! It's the fallout from Survivor Series! Kane and Edge settled a whole lot of nothing at the PPV! What happens now? Plus, we shape the rest of the King of the Ring tournament! SmackDown is NOW!

WWE - The Champ Is Here!

No opening credits, but we get Opening Kane Pyro, as Kane immediately comes down the ramp to the ring. Paul Bearer's still absent, so I'd imagine we'll get some words on that. Kane's got the mic and it's promo time!

"Two weeks ago, Edge abducted the one thing that means more to me than the World Heavyweight Title, the ONE THING that means more to me than my own life. Edge abducted Paul Bearer. And then last week, Edge humiliated me and Paul Bearer in his perverted game of cat and mouse. He mentally tortured Paul Bearer, forcing him to play...dodge ball and smother him in...pizza and buffalo wings. And worse than all of that, Edge used Paul Bearer as bait...trying to lure me into a trap. And then, at Survivor Series, just when I thought the ruse was up, Edge taunts me with an empty wheelchair, trying to distract me from successfully defending my title. Yet despite all of this, I stand before you STILL World Heavyweight Champion! But what am I without Paul Bearer? THIS ABDUCTION IS UNPRECEDENTED AND IT IS UNLAWFUL! But I am willing to not press charges. I am willing to let this whole thing slide. And all you have to do, Edge, is bring back Paul Bearer. And if you do, I promise NOT to destroy. I promise NOT to annihilate you. I promise NOT to eviscerate you. Because, quite frankly, I am NOT what you think I am. I am NOT a freak. I'm not a monster. This hardened exterior that you see, this isn't really me. I have feelings. I'm a human being. Deep down, I am a warm, caring human being who only wants to be with his family for the holidays, just like all of you. I love the holidays. I love Thanksgiving, and Christmas, and Hannukah, and Kwanzaa. I love New Years. I love ALL of the holidays. Look...I just want my father back, ok? You see, unlike all of you, I have a great family life..."

Interruption comes from Edge, who comes to the ramp with an empty wheelchair. He's got his own mic for rebuttal. "Kane, Kane, Kane, Kane, how you doing, big fella? Listen, I was back there, I heard what you said, and...and, like you, I love the holidays. I love to celebrate the holidays with my family. I tell you what, Paul Bearer, he was sitting in this wheelchair just a few minutes ago. He's here tonight...if you want him back, all you have to do is ask."

Kane: I HAVE BEEN ASKING! NOW GIVE ME BACK MY FATHER!!!

Edge: Whoa, not with THAT attitude! Where's your manners? Obviously, your daddy didn't teach you any manners. Can you ask me politely?

Kane: Ok...can I have Paul Bearer back?

Edge: Well...you didn't even use the magic word. I mean...everyone knows the magic word. You all know the magic word.

Crowd: PLEASE!!!

Edge: Exactly! "Please."

Kane: Can I have Paul Bearer back...please?

Edge: That was NOT a proper "please" at all.

Kane: Please.

Edge: What...what was that? I couldn't make that out. What? Speak up.

Crowd's really getting into this. They're chanting "on your knees"!

Kane: Can I have Paul Bearer back, please?

Edge: That was SO insincere. You didn't mean a word of that. See you later, Kane.

Edge takes off to the back with the wheelchair. Kane looks on angrily to end a good segment. Who knew Kane could show this kind of range?

Coming up next, a King of the Ring Qualifier with Kofi Kingston and Jack Swagger.

Ad break - Knucklehead DVD promo.

KOFI KINGSTON v. "THE ALL-AMERICAN AMERICAN" JACK SWAGGER (w/THE SWAGGER SOARING EAGLE): KING OF THE RING QUALIFYING MATCH
The Swagger Soaring Eagle's demise has been greatly exaggerated, as he's back after a brief absence. Cole's explanation is that the Eagle was out because of a fear of Thanksgiving. We're barely at the 15-minute mark of the show and that could easily be the stupidest thing I hear tonight.

We start off with a lengthy wrestling sequence, which Swagger wins rather easily. Striker acknowledges the King of the Ring history, including noting that William Regal is the current KotR and also talks about Austin's '96 win (without completing the quote, because God knows that's not TV-PG). Kofi tries to roll up Swagger and gets 2. He gets a crucifix for 2. Sunset flip doesn't get a count, as Swagger gets to the ropes and regroups with the Eagle on the outside. Grisham notes that WWE.com has a Tale of the Tape between the Swagger Soaring Eagle and the Gobbledy Gooker! Is Wrestlecrap aware of this? Swagger comes back in for a lock-up that reaches the ropes. Swagger hammers away, but misses a clothesline. Kofi goes for a dropkick, but Swagger nearly turns that into the anklelock. He opts for the catapult instead, but Kofi catches himself and cross bodies Swagger for 2. Swagger continues the offense by stomping away. Kofi comes back, but Swagger hits the side headlock. Cole makes his first mention of Miz winning the WWE Championship last Monday and I'm more than sure it won't be the last, as Grisham quickly notes the same thing. Swagger clips Kofi and goes for the anklelock, but Kofi gets to the ropes. Swagger snaps the ankle and clamps on the leglock. Kofi pushes him and swings to the outside to take us to our next ad break.

We come back with Swagger reversing a whip, but Kofi hits the monkey flip. Swagger backdrops Kofi onto the apron. The Eagle distracts Kofi, allowing Swagger to knock him to the outside. Kofi and the bird are down. Swagger comes to the outside and chokes away before tossing Kofi back in. We hit the body scissors. Swagger misses a clotheslines, but gets the knee to the gut. He goes back to the leglock, warming up the ankle. He then chokes away at the ropes and Kofi nails the camera when he's released. Swagger continues hammering away and he hits the abdominal stretch on the ropes. He hits the armbar, as the crowd is getting out of it. Striker and Cole are clearly bored, because they're exchanging ironies about announcers having friends. Swagger drops Kofi headfirst onto the turnbuckle to briefly wake up the crowd. Swagger shoves Kofi to the outside, as the Eagle mocks him. Kofi catches Swagger loafing and bangs his head onto the steel steps. Both men back in and Swagger strikes first with a clothesline for two. More submissions from Swagger. I admire Swagger for mixing up the submission holds, but there are way too many for this match. Both men now exchange blows with Kofi getting the better of that exchange. He hammers away in the corner before the ref pulls him off. Swagger charges in and gets chopped and dropkicked. Kofi tries to chuck Swagger into the turnbuckle, but that sequence goes VERY badly, as even Grisham is forced to acknowledge how ugly that looked, but it IS for a purpose! Swagger's laid across the bottom rope to allow for Kofi to hit the Buzzsaw Legdrop! That's something that could look really cool once Kofi works out the kinks to the setup. The whole thing is good for a two count. Kofi scales the turnbuckles and goes for the top rope crossbody, which is CAUGHT by Swagger! Swagger slams him down and sets up the running Vaderbomb, which hits knees! Swagger goes for the corner charge and Kofi tries to use his high kick counter, but Swagger catches that and turns it into the anklelock! Kofi's holding onto the ropes for dear life and he manages to pull Swagger in, bashing his shoulder into the steel post! Swagger pulls himself off and turns around to eat a VERY clean-looking Trouble In Paradise! That'll get the win for Kofi at about 17 minutes.

WINNER: Kofi Kingston - That was a slow match, but had a REALLY hot finishing sequence. Those reversal sequences were sweet!

Backstage, Kane apologizes to Teddy Long for last week and pleads for help on getting Paul Bearer back. Teddy Long starts talking about how he never knew his own father and how it never stopped him from being successful until he realizes it's just upsetting Kane. Suddenly, Edge appears via monitor, calling out for Kane. Edge talks about how he, himself, never had a father before the camera zooms out to Paul Bearer. Edge takes out the tape long enough for Paul Bearer to say "bastards" a lot, but Edge re-tapes him and moseys over to the bathroom. Kane gives chase.

Ad break - King of the Ring 3-hour Raw promo.

We go backstage to Kane looking for Paul Bearer, as he goes to the men's room. He opens the door to see an empty wheelchair and a GONE FISHIN sign. Yeah...it's going to be THIS kind of night.

Your hosts are Todd Grisham and Two Turkeys. Grisham sends it off backstage to...

Josh Matthews is backstage with Alberto Del Rio. Matthews notes that Del Rio is the underdog against The Big Show tonight. Del Rio says Big Show is not his equal and says Monday, he will be King Alberto Del Rio. That match is next!

Ad break - The WWE Championship book promo. It will cover the rich history of the title and all of the title holders. Hmm...think they'll mention Benoit?

Tony Chimel introduces us to your amigo and mine, Ricardo Rodriguez. He introduces Alberto Del Rio, who joins us this week in a convertible Rolls Royce.

ALBERTO DEL RIO v. THE BIG SHOW: KING OF THE RING QUALIFYING MATCH
Show goes for his opening big chop, but ADR ducks it and goes for some quick offense. He goes up top, which is ill-advised, as Show goes for the chokeslam. Del Rio tries to shake it off and does so, though the escape looks just as painful, as he falls to the outside. That takes us to our next ad break.

We come back with ADR going for a waistlock, which goes nowhere, as you might imagine. Show gets his big corner chop. Del Rio tries to go low, but that doesn't work and he gets headbutted. Another Show headbutt puts ADR down. Show chokes away on the ropes before hitting a clubbing blow. Del Rio takes control with a jawbreaker and hammers away. He runs the ropes, but runs right into a GOOZLE! Del Rio escapes the chokeslam and goes for a DDT, but gets chucked. Del Rio does manage to get a seated dropkick. Another one puts Show down. Del Rio focuses on the left knee, but can't take Show down. Show wipes out Del Rio with clotheslines. Corner avalanche is countered with a shot to the knee. Del Rio hits the corner enziguiri, but it still doesn't take Show down. He gets Show down to a knee and goes for the swinging jujigatime, but Show catches him mid-swing. That turns into a torture rack slam for Show. Show goes for the Mayweather Special, but Del Rio flees to the outside. Show gives chase and hammers away with more chops. Show tosses Del Rio back in, as Ricardo Rodriguez grabs Show by the ankle. Show doesn't appreciate that too much, so he picks up Rodriguez and wipes him out with the Mayweather Special. Rodriguez actually takes one for the team, though, as Show gets counted out at 8 minutes and change. I'm sure he'll get a high five as soon as he wakes up.

WINNER by COR: Alberto Del Rio - This was a whole lot of nothing. Though ADR's over-the-top celebration was alright. It gets a 4.0 on the Santino Scale. Anyone want to bet that they recycle this exact same finish if we get ADR/Jackson on Monday?

Post-match, Edge calls out for ADR's music to be cut. Edge is in section 102 with Paul Bearer! Edge wishes everyone Happy Holidays, as Paul Bearer furiously shakes his head. Edge asks for Kane to come out for a conversation. Edge takes the tape off of Paul Bearer for a brief second for him to call Kane, before putting it back on. Kane comes out to the ramp, sans music. Kane takes umbrage to the proceedings. Edge takes a fan poll as to what he should do with Paul Bearer. The fans boo the suggestion of handing Paul Bearer back, but cheer the suggestion of pushing Paul Bearer down the stairs. Man, these people are sadistic! Kane offers a rematch for the title in exchange for Paul Bearer's safety. Edge accepts and asks for Kane to join them. Kane runs around, as Edge decides to take Paul Bearer to the hot dog stand. Kane runs up the stands and reaches the hot dog stand, only to find the empty wheelchair.

Ad break

MVP v. DREW McINTYRE: KING OF THE RING QUALIFYING MATCH
For the first time in weeks, we get Drew McIntyre's full entrance. Hopefully, no one has forgotten how awesome it is. Announcers note that these two met last week with MVP winning.

We start off with a lock-up with McIntyre shoving MVP into the corner. MVP smacks McIntyre and hammers away in the corner. MVP gets a drop toehold and a knee to the back of the head. Mounted punches follow and MVP dropkicks McIntyre out. He gives chase and bashes Drew's head into the barricade. MVP tries to send Drew into the post, but McIntyre shakes out of that and whacks him from behind. McIntyre stomps on MVP's left arm. He briefly goes back in, before he goes back out and bashes MVP's arm into the steps. Nonchalant cover gets 2, as McIntyre continues to work on the arm. We hit the hammerlock. Arm wringer takedown gets two. McIntyre goes to the mounted punches and poses menacingly. MVP rolls out, but McIntyre keeps the offense up. McIntyre tries to stomp MVP's head onto the steps, but MVP takes his leg out from under his leg. Back in the ring, MVP hits clotheslines and a facebuster. He hits the Ballin' Elbow. Playmaker is countered with a shot to the arm. MVP tries to hammer away some more, but he gets whipped into the corner. He tries the leapfrog, but the injured arm acts up and MVP just staggers into the Future Shock DDT. McIntyre will win this one at 7 minutes.

WINNER: Drew McIntyre - One could complain that this was just another case of two guys trading wins, but I took it as McIntyre learning from his last few bouts with MVP and going with his own style of offense, as opposed to trying to match brawling styles with MVP.

Backstage, Jack Swagger blames the Swagger Soaring Eagle for his loss. Swagger walks off, as he walks past Hornswoggle dressed as Pocahontas. Rosa brings a burnt turkey, disappointing Hornswoggle. The Swagger Soaring Eagle walks by, as Hornswoggle measures him with a knife and fork. Rosa takes the silverware, as Hornswoggle takes out a bow and arrow and...yeah...I gave this more of a description than it deserved.

Ad break - Wrestlemania XXVII promo.

LayCool joins us on the ramp to whine about their loss last Sunday. Oh, these two are wrestling?

MICHELLE McCOOL (w/LAYLA) v. KELLY KELLY
How many times are we going to see this match?! Enough already! We do get a curveball, though, as Kelly wins with a roll-up. Oh yeah, KELLY FREAKIN KELLY gets to go over in HER hometown! That's great.

WINNER: Kelly Kelly - Another example of how excruciatingly thin the SD women's roster is. They took a big hit by losing Serena and Tiffany.

Post-match, the beatdown is on, but Beth Phoenix's music hits! The Glamazon sprints down to the ring and cleans house. Beth wipes out Michelle with the Glam Slam, as Cole goes apoplectic.

Later tonight, it's the last KotR qualifying match, as Rey Mysterio faces "Dashing" Cody Rhodes.

Ad break - Gene Okerlund pimps old school gear.

We are taped from Jacksonville, FL! We get a look at John Cena's goodbye from last Monday with an INCREDIBLY PRETENTIOUS video package! This would be great if they weren't going to bring him back this Monday, but we all know they are.

And of course, this is followed by the Raw Rebound.

Rey Mysterio makes his entrance for tonight's main event. He faces "Dashing" Cody Rhodes for the final King of the Ring slot after the...

Ad break

REY MYSTERIO v. "DASHING" CODY RHODES: KING OF THE RING QUALIFYING MATCH
Before the match starts, Alberto Del Rio's music hits and Del Rio comes down the ramp to join us. Del Rio's joins the annoucnce team, which would be great, except you've got Cole about to oversell his persona and Striker...trying on Cody Rhodes's T-shirt. Well, it IS a nice shirt...

Match starts proper with Mysterio hitting kicks to the shin. Cody goes for a sunset flip, but Rey slips out and measures Cody for a kick to the face. Sensing facial damage approaching, Cody frantically scrambles to the outside to regroup. Cody tries to catch his breath after that horrific scare and calls for Chimel to bring his coat, so he can check the mirror on the back! HA! Rey's had enough of this nonsense and starts kicking Cody around. Rey winds up a right hand, but Cody bails again, lest he take a shot to the moneymaker! Rey opts for some more kicks and tries to bash Cody's head into the apron, but Cody counters that and hits the Beautiful Disaster off the ring steps! Cody rolls Rey back in and hits the Alabama Slam for 2. Cody stomps away, before the ref pulls him off. Rey rolls to the outside as we go to our last ad break of the night.

We come back with Cody applying an armbar. Rey fights back and tries a corner charge, but eats boot. Cody hits a kneedrop from the second rope for two. Cody works the arm over and slams Rey from the apron, as ADR calls Rey a little chihuahua...and offers a "no comment" on Cody Rhodes. That is NOT dashing! Rhodes places Rey up top, but Rey headbutts him down. Top rope seated senton hits and a springboard crossbody gets 2. Cody looks for a backdrop, but gets kicked in the chest. Rey tries to run the ropes, but Cody pulls Rey by his pants right into the Cross Rhodes setup! Rey counters that into a wheelbarrow pin for two. Rey charges in, but Cody reverses a clothesline into a backslide for two. Cody goes for a seated dropkick and misses, which allows Rey to kick Cody DIRECTLY in the face! NOT THE FACE!!! Rey sets up for the 619, but Cody ducks out. Rey goes for the seated senton, but Cody ducks that...and Rey ends up nailing Alberto Del Rio! Cody charges in and misses, running right into the barricade. Rey goes up top, but Cody catches the headscissors attempt. Rey pushes him off, but right into the referee. ADR takes Rey down and crotches him on the post. Cody capitalizes and hits Cross Rhodes, which will end Rey's night at about 9 minutes.

WINNER: "Dashing" Cody Rhodes - A short match, but Cody's character is such a hoot. Loved the opening minutes.

Post-match, Alberto Del Rio winks at Rey.

Backstage, Kane blames Teddy Long for Edge's antics and threatens bodily harm upon his person. Edge appears via the magic monitor again, as he tells Kane that he and Paul Bearer are outside the arena. Edge goes for multiple Foley-style cheap pops by saying "Jacksonville, FL" a million times. Edge tells Kane to go get Paul Bearer, as Kane dashes out of the arena. As Kane makes it out, a car knocks the stuffing out of Paul Bearer! Literally! So he was made of felt all along! Oh, wait, Edge is in the car with the real Paul Bearer in the backseat. They drive off, as the show ends with Kane throwing things around. More hijinks next week! Aren't we lucky?

FINAL THOUGHT

The Edge/Kane feud is bordering on the ridiculous. I'm hoping they end the backstage nonsense next week, but I can also see it extending right into the PPV. Ugh.

Good stuff this week, with the focus on the KotR matches. That's...about it, pretty much. Happy Holidays!

Until next week!

(edited by It's False on 27.11.10 2305)


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Don't have to worry about mentioning Benoit: He was World Heavyweight Champion, not WWF/E Champion.
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#3 Posted on
    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    Don't have to worry about mentioning Benoit: He was World Heavyweight Champion, not WWF/E Champion.


Right. Rey Mysterio, King Booker, CM Punk, Jack Swagger, Jeff Hardy, and The Great Khali won't be in that book either.

(edited by John Orquiola on 27.11.10 0544)


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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
The opening train wreck interview certainly got surreal in a hurry, didn't it?

Heaven help me, but I think I would watch Kane's Kwanzaa Special. He could try to get Scowling Girl from RAW this week into the spirit of the holidays.

Make it happen, WWE.




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I wonder what Mattel thinks of having a good guy who kidnaps the bad guy's father, threatens to throw him down a flight of stairs, and then stages a phony car accident to make the bad guy think his father has been killed. That strikes me as somewhat less kid-friendly than choking someone with a tie.
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.20
Wasn't Edge's goal to get rid of stupid thing in the WWE months ago? This feud is the stupidest most ridiculous thing going.
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#7 Posted on
Why do I have a feeling that this is going to end with Kane burying Paul in a ton of cement?
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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.10
We've got the TLC PPV coming up. Maybe this is the lead-up to Edge challenging Kane to a ... wheelchair match.



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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.91
    Originally posted by graves9
    Wasn't Edge's goal to get rid of stupid thing in the WWE months ago? This feud is the stupidest most ridiculous thing going.


It's all worth it if we get more of Paul Bearer yelling "BASTARDS! BASTARDS!" in his creepy, high-pitched Southern accent and making crazy faces.



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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.80
    Originally posted by Shem the Penman
    We've got the TLC PPV coming up. Maybe this is the lead-up to Edge challenging Kane to a ... wheelchair match.


Or perhaps Paul Bearer On A Pole?
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.12
    Originally posted by John Orquiola
      Originally posted by redsoxnation
      Don't have to worry about mentioning Benoit: He was World Heavyweight Champion, not WWF/E Champion.


    Right. Rey Mysterio, King Booker, CM Punk, Jack Swagger, Jeff Hardy, and The Great Khali won't be in that book either.

    (edited by John Orquiola on 27.11.10 0544)


Jeff Hardy probably will, because he won the WWE title at Armageddon! He later won the World title as well, of course.
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.35
    Originally posted by Peter The Hegemon
    I wonder what Mattel thinks of having a good guy who kidnaps the bad guy's father, threatens to throw him down a flight of stairs, and then stages a phony car accident to make the bad guy think his father has been killed. That strikes me as somewhat less kid-friendly than choking someone with a tie.


What struck me with less than kid-friendly was Paul Bearer calling everyone in the crowd, "Bastards! Bastards! Bastards!"
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People moan about the PG rating, then mock when WWE does something un-PG. So weird.
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#14 Posted on
    Originally posted by Tyler Durden
      Originally posted by John Orquiola
        Originally posted by redsoxnation
        Don't have to worry about mentioning Benoit: He was World Heavyweight Champion, not WWF/E Champion.


      Right. Rey Mysterio, King Booker, CM Punk, Jack Swagger, Jeff Hardy, and The Great Khali won't be in that book either.

      (edited by John Orquiola on 27.11.10 0544)


    Jeff Hardy probably will, because he won the WWE title at Armageddon! He later won the World title as well, of course.


You're right! I just looked it up at Wikipedia. Hardy won the WWE Title in a Triple Threat match with Edge and Triple H and I have no memory of it. The month prior Edge won the WWE Title at Survivor Series 2008 in Boston - a show I WAS AT - and I have no memory of that either. Nor do I remember Edge winning the title back at Royal Rumble 2009. I know I saw all of those shows. Either it was just un-memorable or I just didn't give a damn. Probably the latter, which is strange because I would think I would give a damn about Edge and Hardy at that time.

Oh well.

Back to Smackdown, I actually LOL'd when Hornswoggle decided he wanted to eat the Swagger Soaring Eagle. The knowledge that Chavo is inside the suit, given their history, makes it funnier.

I also laughed out loud at the car smashing into the Paul Bearer dummy. There's never been a vehicular homicide attempt in WWE I didn't find funny.

(edited by John Orquiola on 29.11.10 0815)


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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.00
    Originally posted by Peter The Hegemon
    I wonder what Mattel thinks of having a good guy who kidnaps the bad guy's father, threatens to throw him down a flight of stairs, and then stages a phony car accident to make the bad guy think his father has been killed. That strikes me as somewhat less kid-friendly than choking someone with a tie.


If things were different, I'd be thinking double turn, but I really just think that creative is making a mess of the ME scene of the better wrestling show.

Poor Swagger, he needs to get his mojo back.



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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.20
    Originally posted by Amos Cochran
    People moan about the PG rating, then mock when WWE does something un-PG. So weird.
Crap is crap, pg or not. It is as simple as that.
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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.03
    Originally posted by graves9
      Originally posted by Amos Cochran
      People moan about the PG rating, then mock when WWE does something un-PG. So weird.
    Crap is crap, pg or not. It is as simple as that.


My intention, really, was to mock the PG stuff by pointing out how inconsistent it is. I don't really mind Edge being as Machiavellian and unscrupulous as a face as he was as a heel, but then I didn't mind Daniel Bryan using a tie as a weapon, either.
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