Originally posted by StaggerLeeHe seemed like he was poised for a push of sorts five or six months ago, then moved in the draft, and hasn't done anything since really. Shame, he's over, and can make just about anybody look good.
I always liked him, but imo, in no way was he "over" in any sense of the word. He would occassionally get some cheers when he teamed with Hacksaw on Raw, but by himself it seemed like nobody cared.
If he quit, good for him. If he was fired, it was a long time coming, in that he was akin to enhancement talent by the end.
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Originally posted by Matt TrackerHe would fit perfectly in Super Eric's gang.
Man, I was sincerely hoping for that abomination (The Prince Justice Brotherhood, or whatever) to die a quick death, so Christopher Daniels can unmask, go back to his ass-kicking self, and possible side with AJ/Joe in the fight against the Main Event Mafia.
As far as Super Crazy is concerned, I'm only surprised it hadn't happened far earlier.
Forfeit the game, before somebody else takes you outta the game, and puts your name to shame Cover up your face, you can't run the race The pace is too fast, you just won't last - "Points Of Authority" - Linkin Park
Indeed. The main event/midcard/jobber heirarchy is so strongly adhered to these days that it get sincredibly depressing. Were Rikishi to debut today, he would never have been booked in that surprise SmackDown match against HHH.