Heat is one of my favourite shows and I love this whole Stevie thing. I mean I laughed my head off when he was beating that mask up and Victoria jumping up and down in shredded paper going 'snow!' And now a question- am I even more easily amused than I dared think or is it genuinely funny?
Originally posted by Purple PixieHeat is one of my favourite shows and I love this whole Stevie thing. I mean I laughed my head off when he was beating that mask up and Victoria jumping up and down in shredded paper going 'snow!' And now a question- am I even more easily amused than I dared think or is it genuinely funny?
I'm finding those two to be really enjoyable, and a pleasure to watch on Sunday Night Heat. Those two exhibit a genuine chemistry, and they look as though they're having a lot of fun onscreen.
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It's good to see Heat to its fulles(well almost) potential. I hate all the recap bull. It should be a showcase of lower to midcarders. Stevie is getting a great chance to shine here, and he is making the most out of it. The WWE should give other guys their chance on Heat. If they bomb, nobody is going to care(other than a few wieners), I mean, it is Heat.
If Heat did more things like this and the DLo/Raven feud it could be the best WWE show out there. There really is no reason to have the show be 20-30 minutes of recapping when you could be having midcard maddness. I still think that they need a Heat only title that gets defended right before the PPV.
I'm with the cut the recap crap! More Stevie on "Stevie Night Heat" please. The ME was great this week with Stevie sticking his hat on before taking a run at Maven in the corner, speaking of Maven, he appears to be gaining upper body mass. And Al saying "Here comes the Boss" during Steven Richards intro was priceless. One more thing, I don't think I've ever seen Richards blow a spot or mess up a bump while in the WWE.
That twist they put on the "heels crash into each other in the corner and fall" spot was brilliant. Stevie and Victoria are fucking awesome.
Heat was really great overall last night. I can't believe how good Tommy vs. Test was- really surprising. Test is becoming a very entertaining heel and if he keeps it up, he'll be up there with Jericho, Stevie, and Rico.
The guys mentioned seem to know there stuff on the sport. It couldn't hurt to give it a try considering the horrid 'Stephesque' shape the WWE is in. Keller always acts like a big know-it-all, like he has the answers too all the WWE's problems.