Your Official Sunday, April 13, 2003 Randomly Selected Wiener Of The Day Champion says....
I usually wait tell after I watch the whole show but seeing the opening with RAW I have already turned it off. So WWE's big idea after seeing the backstage Y2J/Goldberg fight, they put them into the ring together? Yea, and Y2J has to open the show AGAIN and Coach acts like its new, Y2J should be main eventing. And of course, they bring out some heels to "nWo-ish" try to get at Goldberg but he stands tall at the end, blah blah. I guess after hearing Goldberg's reason for hearing people boo him, saying they can do what they want, I guess WWE will continue to to push him even if fans don't want them too, but he still seems to get face pops. So I don't know, I am going to play Nintendo.
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I actually give props to the WWF on this one - this was probably the best way they could have handled the brouhaha resulting from the Rock/Goldberg disaster last night. I figured Jericho was next since as far as I can tell they're still saving HHH/Goldie for two months from now.
And about time Jericho got a weekly interview segment. If anyone deserves it, it's him. "The Highlight of the Night"... :)
The best New Jack moment of all time had to be during of his pay-per-view plunderfests (Living Dangerously '99, vs. Mustafa), when he swung a guitar at his hapless opponent and it BROKE OFF in mid-swing.