Funny how they have Torrie take moral umbrage over being offered money for sex. Playboy Playmates aren't exactly models for morality. Ultimo Dragon might have been better off staying retired. The WWF/E style doesn't seem to suit him well. Its down to the point where only two options remain for Vince McMahon to stay on TV: Either give him a 15 minute block at some portion of the program (and the same block every week), so that those who are sick of him can just flip channels during that block without fear of missing anything vital, or of seeing Vince during another portion of the program. If not that, then just put Vince in the sign language bubble, and just show him jerking off for two hours while screaming that he's Vincent K. McMahon damn it. Brock seems to become duller and duller by the week. Whoever thought the day would come when arguably the two most over people in the WWF/E (by the smarts and marks) would be Eddy Guerrero and Kurt Angle. If Kurt is going to stay a face, then have him win the World Title at Vengeance, have Eddy lose the US Finals in a classic match to Benoit, then have Eddy and Angle face each other for the World Title at SummerSlam. Its been 30 years since Pedro Morales last held the belt, and with the large Hispanic viewership of SD, Eddy getting the World Title might be a way for the company to tap into a new market. Still am upset that Kurt didn't rip off Gowen's good leg. Some crowd soon is going to steal 'Kill The Clown' and replace it with 'Kill the Gimp'.
Anxiously awaiting DNA results regarding the relationship between Larry Tate and Chester Tate.
I know that he isn't the greatest in-ring worker in the world, and I know that Benoit and Angle are the masters of the ***** matches. But when I hear John Cena's music hit, I just mark out. There's something about him that just draws me to him. He has the "it" factor. God, I hope that WWE realizes this and capitilizes on this (too bad the guy's gonna' get squashed by Mark "I sell for no one (except for YOU Triple H, honeybun)" Calloway), because the guy could make some SERIOUS money for the company. I just have that feeling.
Seriously. Who else could do a promo which ended with him pissing on a tombstone, and then make a tasteless joke about Christopher Reeves, and STILL have me walk away saying "God, I love that guy!"?
I think it started when Brock wouldn't go to the doctor after Hell In A Cell, instead he wanted to get back in the ring and that pissed Heyman off. Like the last two guys said, Heyman felt he could no longer manipulate Brock.