Ted Annis is Ted Hart's real name. He wrestles as a Hart to use the family name to get more work, I gather. T.J. Wilson is also related to the family somehow, but I cannot recall how. Harry Smith is the son of the late, great British Bulldog.
THE FLAMES: 31-23-5-3 for 70 points in 62 games IGINLA WATCH: 30 goals and 24 assists for 54 points in 60 games
Told my boyfriend not too long ago that I was halfway tempted to start a "dead pool" on Teddy "my ring attire brings the phrase 'male space prostitute' to mind" Hart. (AS A JOKE, mind you.) Not so much WHEN he was gonna turn up dead, but WHO was gonna do it, with my money on CM Punk for starters.
But hell, that'd just be like shooting fish in a barrel..or should I say working fish in a barrel? Oh never mind.
"And you won't hate me because I'm just a little, teeny, weeny, wee bit bloodthirsty, will you?" (Katisha/"The Mikado")
"There is no god, and the cage wasn't 30 feet." My favorite CM Punk quote ever, taken from his livejournal (livejournal.com).
It's a nice little entry that dissects an interview with Hart nee Annis, and is a fun little read. I highly recommend checking it out. Now admittedly I'm biased since Punk is one of my favorite wrestlers, and I haven't seen the match in question, but this pretty much makes it impossible for me to respect Teddy in any way.
As promised I posted the Juvy-Teddy match to abpw(along with the Juvy-Sabin final)and already someone has made a torrent out of it. Go and check it out and lament the fact that this guy is an amazing talent with the proverbial ten cent head.
The show was passable for me... I'll fall in with the camp that thought Cena's act was just dumb....fart noises? Joy. I liked the Booker T/UT match though. Someone said it was an extended squash and I couldn't disagree more.