what it looked like to me, the untrained observer, was this:
Kevin was running, took a misstep, bent his leg the wrong way, buggered his knee a tad. Did something to similar to my leg when I was playing dodge ball many years ago, stepped on my foot while my leg was fully extended (trying to bend forward on an already unbent knee is bad). wasn't serious in the least, hurt like a bitch and I went down (I'm a wuss, damnit).
Hopefully his injury ain't nothin' that'll take more than a week or two to heal up.
If it was nothing, Nash would have gotten back up immediately. Remember Vince's pointed comments to Nash in that 'ruthless agression' powwow two weeks ago. If Nash did dog it, it would be the perfect excuse for Vince to fire him.
It had to be very serious.
Bad luck started with no Molly and no Taker in Phily.
The benefits of living on the west coast is that you can take a better look in situations like this.
It started, really, when he entered the ring. As he stepped over the ropes, his leg was already starting to give. Then after the spot with Booker, when he stepped over him, his quad must've gave the rest of the way.
Watching the first 12 episodes of ACW on UPN 32 from 2000, looking to d a tape review. It's not bad stuff, just some questions maybe someone can help me with. I found their website where they shill their tapes, so the fed is still active to some extent.