-Eddy Guerrero opened the show cutting a promo while holding Rey Mysterio's torn-up mask from last week. The gist was that everything that happened was Rey's fault and that Eddy's Latino Heat was finally returning. -MATCH: Heidenreich squashed Spike Dudley. -Sharmell checks on Booker T backstage. -Elsewhere, MNM & Chavo Guerrero plotted against their opponents for the night, Paul London, Charlie Haas & Hardcore Holly. -Elsewhere (2), Josh Mathews was with Kurt Angle...who again called Sharmell a gutterslut and said he wanted to do her. -MATCH: Chavo Guerrero and WWE Tag Champions Johnny Nitro & Joey Mercury (aka MN) beat WWE Cruiserweight Champion Paul London and Hardcore Holly & Charlie Haas, when Chavo pinned London using his heelish feet-on-the-ropes pin. -John Bradshaw Layfield comes out to promote a book (not sure if its new or a new edition of his old one). John Cena comes out and they brawl, with a good part of the roster coming out for a pull apart. -MATCH: Jimmy Jacobs beat Eddy Guerrero via DQ after Eddy put Rey's mask on Jacobs and suplexed him onto a chair. -John Cena's video was replayed. -MATCH: Matt Morgan squashed Funaki. -Backstage, Booker T warned Sharmell to stay in the back after reacting to Kurt Angle's comments about wanting to sex her up. -CARLITO'S CABANA: Carlito's guest was The Big Show. Carlito's "offer" to Big Show was a partnership, which Show predictably turned down after Carlito made fun of him losing at WrestleMnaia. Carlito grabbed an apple, but Show STOLE the apple and bit into it...and then passed out. Carlito told Show that "One bad apple can ruin a bunch", then spat another apple onto the downed Show. -MATCH: Booker T & Kurt Angle fought to a draw. Angle left the ring and went to the back to find Sharmell. Booker went after Angle and found Sharmell, only to get blindsided by Angle and beaten down in front of a frightened Sharmell to end the show.
I like SD ( as seen by this thread (The W)), but outside of the Eddie/Rey stuff and possibly the 6-man tag, this show looks pretty weak. Even Velocity looks bad. Hopefully it comes off better on TV than the spoilers indicate.
Rey should recruit the cruiserweights to wear copies of his mask and attack Eddy en masse. If he wants to go crazy, help him along. I'm relieved and heartened to see Eddy with a true role to play and not just treading water with a lowrider-sporting happy Latino gimmick.
"To be the man, you gotta beat demands." -- The Lovely Mrs. Tracker
JBL has an interview in the ring. JBL says he's proud his book is being re-released and says people are saying it's the best book since the Bible. Says he's here to build America up while Cena is here to tear it down. He says that saying I quit never crossed his mind once through everything he went through as champion. He guarantees that he will bust open Cena's face. JBL then says that making another man say I quit means you own his soul. Cena then runs out and starts fighting with JBL and the Cabinet attacks Cena before the locker room empties out and breaks up the fight which pours into the lockerroom.
I love how every time there's spoilers up, people are all confused about what happens and being all "wow that sucks", "wait, that's confusing" and then something totally different and explanatory ends up showing up on the TV. Settle down suckas! =)
And also, Paul Wight has been involved in two of the most hilariously bad angles in the history of my wrestling watching....he gets fuckin SHOT and then eats a POISONED APPLE. THEY STOLE A STORYLINE FROM A DISNEY CARTOON. What's even more hilarious is the fact that Carlito was smart enough to know that Big Show couldn't resist eating any food within 5 feet of his mouth. God, you just gotta love the logic. Hahahaha.
Originally posted by FurryHippieI love how every time there's spoilers up, people are all confused about what happens and being all "wow that sucks", "wait, that's confusing" and then something totally different and explanatory ends up showing up on the TV. Settle down suckas! =)
I've said more than a few times I wish we wouldn't have spoilers here, and I SURE wish people wouldn't comment on things that haven't aired and they haven't seen. Unfortunately, there are two or three people here whose sole purpose in life is to cut'n'paste from 1wrestling or 2wrestling and a dozen others who insist on judging a show before it's aired.
OK, my take ... 1) Regal/Eugene d. Christian/Tomko: Lot of very fun playing between Christian & Eugene before they got started. Fun opener. 2) Tajiri d. Venis: Several killer-looking kicks from Tajiri, even as viewed from the second row.