Well, I think X-Pac could use a boost if he was put back in which I'm sure will happen. HBK and HHH will be interesting additions as well. Scoty Stiener I thought was a useful member of the group, but Bischoff is the one guy I would love to see in it just so I can watch Flair destroy him.
If I see the undead corpse of Louie Spicolli walk down to the ring, I'm going to church.
Well, anybody happen to know where Scott Steiner is going?
So, WWF, if there was say, God forbid, a comet hitting the earth, or a nuclear holocaust, or chemical or biological attack, or a bomb, or the four horsemen of the Apolycolaspe come. All I have to do to survive is watch the WWF?
Scott Steiner should DEFINATELY be brought back. The guy made a pretty nasty and convincing heel in my opinion. Man, though, that's a hell of a lot of major stars to have in the WWF. Sounds like that split better happen soon.
"Maybe the night *isn't* humid! See...maybe...maybe in the morning it was humid but at night it was cold. That gives you fog. Ah! The night was foggy!" -Larry Donner, Throw Mama From the Train
I can't beleive I forgot about Dibiase. I would totally mark out if he'd have one last match against Flair in their "seniors division" (now there's a great name for the new WWF fed - WWF seniors league!! ). Shame it'd never happen (I think there's a Lloyds of London insurance claim that'd stop it). I still think it's funny though, that a guy like Flair will be happily marketed as a "senior" whereas you can bet the house that Hogan will come in as a legit World title contender with the 30 year olds.
"Nobody enjoys a good time more than I do, but this business of yours is as legitimate as a three-legged donkey...which of course is illegitimate because as we all know donkeys have four legs."
The nWo (why the hell is it written "little n, big w, little o anyway?) should stick to the succesful stable rule:
Succesful stable rule (SSR): A stable should be made up of a combination of people that could realistically hold every belt (or every major belt) in the federation, but still not feud with each other over them.
X-Pac fits in well for the Cruiserweight/Euro title level. Let's make Hogan a non-wrestler or a "seniors" wrestler. Let's make Hall and Nash the Tag-Team. That leaves room for an IC contender and a World Champ contender.
HHH should be the foe of the nWo, the guy that use to be one of them, but has moved on (maybe he could try to "save" them or something. Like the oWn angle, except not sucking). So I'd put HBK as the Champ contender (in my dreams it'd be Bret Hart, but I'm looking for remotely plausible theories here), and I dont' know who to put in at the IC level. Maybe bust Steiner down to that level.
Farooq is the man so hit your knees and start praying!
For utter lack of anything to watch last night, I decided that I'd try to sit through RAW. The first hour or so, through the end of the Ric Flair/Big Show confrontation, was generally put together well and quite decent. The Cena/Benjamin match was A.O....