I think so.. but if you look back at that, at the time, T was bigger and more defined than quite a few wrestlers.. and time may have dulled my memory, but he didn't seem bad in the ring.. not great but for a celebrity, he was Dean Malenko..
I'd take Mr. T over David Arquette any day.. T could still kick his ass.. I mean.. he kicked Cancer's ass, and thats a pretty big one.
I don't know what you people are talking about I thought it was pretty boring. The rollerball skits (having Rebecca Romijn Stamos say "DAMN" was just an insult to Farooq), the first Flair interview, the signing at the end, the sit down interview with Stephanie. The Undisputed champion curtain jerking? The only good thing was the Christian and DDP match (Which i hope will lead to Lance vs. DDP) and the Stone Cold/HHH vs. Angle/Undertaker was only decent at best.
I don't know, I liked when Shaft stood up for Crash. "It's my duty to protect your booty". Plus he decked out Patterson!
Ooo, DDP got major pops last night! And what was up with Korderas frisking Regal. Come on now...
"Kent Brockman here once again at The Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, where a complete evacuation has taken place. Details are sketchy at best, so we've taken what little information we have, added our own theories, and concluded that whatever the likely disaster, it's most likely the work of our former president Richard M Nixon, even though he is rumored dead." -Kent Brockman
Originally posted by jimimiumAnd the return of yak.. no one else may have liked him, but god damn, I loved Stevie Ray on color.. "Thats one ugly yak, and suckas gots ta know!"
Yes! The return of the word "yak" made everything else related to the Rollerball cross-promotion worth it. Yea, but other than giving the Book the chance to say "Yak", that whole Rollerball thing was retarded. The APA came off looking like a couple of tools and everything that Rebacca Romijn-Stamos said or did was just plain annoying. She wasn't even looking all that good, either. Oh well... Oh man, I was totally feeling a Last Ride throug the announce table. Now that would have been sweet.
"What an idiot! The beach is right there!" ---Stifler
No, I don't read any tool-ish-ness either. A small snipe at Bill Goldberg (but that's a good thing. :-) ) Answers that directly address the questions asked -- meaning he's paying attention to the interview -- that'd be the opposite of tool.