Everbody likes to knock her acting, voice, and body figure but give her some credit! You can never sense when Stephanie will turn! She is the most dangerous of all WWF superstars and the Mac. family. What happens in the next coming weeks should be very intersting.
For the Record, I was not paid off to post this comment!
Steph is good at drawing heat, absolutely. And she's not ugly by any stretch of the imagination. It's just her tone of voice hits the wrong nerve...kinda like fingernails screetching on a blackboard....*shudder*....eeeeek!
She is only the most dangerous because she is on the writing staff. Her stuff with Jericho was good and her stuff with Angle was good as well. But I think it was more of Jericho and Angle carrying her. She doesn't do much for me at all. Her voice is scary and she is not particularly attractive. She has big boobs, but she is not hot. So what is the big deal?
And why in the hell do you say she is dangerous? Does she have a mean ankle lock or something?
January 4th 1999 - The day WCW injected itself with 10 gallons of Liquid Anthrax...AKA...The day Hogan "Defeated" Nash to win the WCW title in front of 40,000.
Stephanie is definately one of the prettier women in the WWF, third to Molly Holly and Stacy Keibler. She was also in one of my favorite WWF Skits of all time, Austin Appreciation Night.
Hell, I bought the SummerSlam DVD just so I could watch Stephanie sing "Wind Beneath Our Ring" over and over again. Her voice was horrible and her singing was terribly off-key, but that's the beauty of it.
That, and Raven singing...
"I hear it's amazing when the gamouse purple stuffed worm in flap-jaw space with the tuning fork does a raw blink on Hara-kiri Rock. I need scissors! 61!" -Colonel Campbell, Metal Gear Solid 2
Cajun - If you *weren't* paid to say that, then you have issues and concerns greater than the weinerville community can address.... I mean really, since Luna Tunes left the most dangerous woman in the WWF is obviously Stacy Keibler! I am always in danger of looking at her ring entrance too closely anyways...
What you read was Hyatte making a joke in his column. He included a few real-life incidents of wrestlers running afoul of the law, but laced the section with several jokes that never actually occurred.