LOL, so does anyone find this buyable? They should be arguing over whose presence on WWE TV is more useless and dated. I'm starting to actually feel sorry for Smackdown now.
Edit: Sorry AWA Rulez. Here ya'll go: "Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty are upset with WWE's push of Ernest Miller, feeling that The Cat has taken over their spot on Smackdown. Both Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty have apparently been told that there is only room for one dance act on Smackdown."
My favourite quote is how Rikishi and Scotty were told that "there's only room for one dancing act on Smackdown." Oh wrestling, what's happened to you?
There's one way to settle this: can anyone else say dance-off at WrestleMania?
Rob asks Dave and Ric if they want to go backstage to play Hungry Hungry Hippos and Flair and Batista immediately bail. Flair wants to be Green. Man, EVERYBODY wants to be green. Except the girl in the commercials. She wanted to be pink. That either means that the ad agency was sexist or that she was communist. Of course Hungry Hungry Hippos is a rather capitalist game isnít it? No self respecting communist would play Hungry Hungry Hippos. Except Stalin. He LOVED Hungry Hungry Hippos. God, Iíve got no clue what the hell Iím rambling about anymore.-- Matt "Excalibur05" Hocking, Raw Satire writer extraordinaire
You know, I just can't call it the "WWE." I just can't. My body's rejecting it like a bad liver transplant.-- Bill Simmons, espn.com/page2
Be sweet if you would reference the topic of the story (Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty are pissed that the Cat is getting pushed), so that if we wished to press on, we could.
Too Many Pop-ups at Mania for me.
But - who can be surprised? Midcarders are going to fight for their positions in the same way Trips and Hogan fight for theirs. Ar least I don't have to look at Miller's monsterously huge bottom. That's a plus for me.
Punk retains. The Rock talks to him on the 1000th episode, which I'm sure Punk has wanted to do for a long time. He had plenty of things to say about Dwayne during the first pipe bomb speech, after all. Sheamus retains against Del Rio. Yawn.